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ThelctdliiK ScimitlKln ol to.any i?reu that moat
ainuunui are canned by itiaiirdored Kidney or 1,1 v.
er. II, tncruloru. the Kidney tod Liver ru keiil in
Perfect order, perfect, health will be the reoult.
J bU truth ho only btti-n known a short tune and
Jur rer popl tiiruredjjrat Kony without be
Lnr 1,1 "d rel1"1, 6 dlacovcry of Warner'
hare lildiioy aud Liver Cure trmrk h umw era in
the treatment or theae trouble. Made from a
impc tropical loaf of rare value. It cmtaina Junt
Ine elcrneiiianer-eaaary to nourish and itivlRiirat"
both of thiwg great organ, and mfely rentore and
kwp tliern lo order. It i a POHITI VK KBMEUY
fur all tho dioeMca that cauae painH In thn lower
part of the body tor Torpid Liver- Headache
Jannrtl'-a-Dlr.zlm; Or.ol-f ei;r. Ai'iie Mala
ilal Kuvr, nd all illflltultlH of the Kliluuyi, Liver
and Urinary Uratia,
It Un excellent and raft- rtimHyforfemaleadnr
Inif Treiiuancy. It will control Menstruation and
U lnvaliiablu fur Lu corrb'i a or falling of the
A a Blood Purifler it i nnenualed, for It cure
the orjim that make thn blood .
'It anvml my life."- K. H. I.akely, Helma. Ala
"It la the remedy that will cure the many di
ea i hk' it liar to w..men."-Mother Magazine.
"It han panaod acvers lut and won eiidora
menu from 'ime of thu hiuhmt medical talent In
the country. "-New V'ork World.
"No remedy heretofuro dlacovered can ! Iield
lor one moment In compannon with It " ll-v. C
A. Harvey, I) I)., Washington, J. C.
Thit Itemed, which haadotio auth wonder, la
put up in the LAK'iKST H1ZED BUTTLES of any
medicine upon lh market, and I suld by dniirifima
and all dealer at tl i) i-r boiilc. Kor iah-ti-.
enquire for WAKNKK'S HAKK DIABETES Cl'KK
H. II. WAUNEK k CO., Kocheeter, N. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, a lu nun alffnlfl., eonatata of
Vftgttabla Propartix that are harml to tlw moat dal
teata Invalid. Upon on trial Um owrlU of th Con
pound will b ranrniaMl, aa relief la tmmedlat i and
who lu om la continued, In Dlnetj nlna ra la a hiin.
drad, aparmanrnteurelarffiKit.aathouMUidt will fa
tify. On amount of lu iiruvrn merit. It U to-day ra
omnwndl and prwrlM by the beat pbytldasi In
It will rare entire'; the wnret form of railing
of to utarua, Lraw Tho. lrniruWr and painful
ManatruaUon. allOTarlanTrouMrt, Inflammation and
Clearance, rToodlnn, all Diipl"wnt and the eon
amjurat iplnal ireaksMn, and la raporlally ada44 to
tb Chang of Ufa, It will dlawlT and expel tamort
(ram tnauterualnan early ataif of diTlnnient. Tba
tendency to raneeroua humor there ia cbeekrd very
peedlly by It uta.
In fart It baa proved to b tb treat.
rt and beat remedy that baa ever beoa dlacovar
ed. It permease every portion of toe ayatm, and gtvea
new llfeand vigor. It rrmoreefitintneaa.flatulenry, da
rt roy all craving for atlmulaoti, and relieve werna
f the atomach
heuree Bloating, It radar hot, Korrrtii rroatratloo,
0nraJ Debility, 8lceplenre, Depreealon and Indl
gaatloa. That feeling of bearing down, caualng pain,
weight and baekacoe, toalway permanently eared by
luuee. It will at all tlinee, and under all clrcunutan
eet, art In harmony with the law that gown tb
For Kidney ComplaJnH of rlthrr act tnl compound
Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
li prepared at ITS and Vi Weatorn Avenue, Lynn, MaH.
Price $1.00. Rli bottle fur (S.00. Rent by mail In the
form of pill, alo In the form nf loaeuiree, on roralpt
of price, 11.00, per bni, for either. Mm. PIViCHAM
freely aniiwer all letter of ltninlry. Stind for pam
phlet, addreeaualve JUratina Ihit pnper.
So family ehould be without LVDIA E. PINKHAM'
Limit PILLS. They cure Contlitlon, Clliouanoaa
and Torpidity of the Liver. M oent our box. -FOR
SALE BY DRl'UGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., Jt. Louis, Mo.
Wholoaalo aitiuila for LYDIA K. VINKIIAM'H
CarpenUir. tu. Watchmaker, and Jeweler, M).
Ilakiir, 50. Candymaker, Ml. Taxidcrmlat, Ml.
Ulldor, 30. Fnrnlture and Cabinet Klniatier, Ml.
Artlft, ISO. Hoapinaker, 85. Horan ehoe, 25.
Wooden if ravnr. JtV. Of bnokeeller or bv mall,
JESSE 11 AN EY & CO., U'J NKnau etreot N. X.
To Nervoui Huiriimrs TIip (rrat Euroiienn Ilei-edv-I'r.J.
1. Slmpnon'gSiH'cHIo Medlcltin.
Pr. ,T. B. Blmp'on'a Ppeclllc Medicine la a pnni
tlvo eure for Hpermatorrhen, Itnpotency, Wcakniiag
...a .ii .iiua.a ruanliliiu from Self Aniipo. aa Nc.r-
votia Duhilily, Irritability, Menial Anxiety. I,anu..r,
ilily, Irritability. M""l Anainiy-i,anuor,
o, DPt)relon ofHplrltaand funct onal do
lit of thn Nervotia Syelnm eenera Uv l'nlna
irSlde. Lneaof Memory, l'reinatiire OU,
In Buck or Hide, Lnea
thatlead to Con
ty and an early
grave, nr both.
No matter how
. ytem may be
from eicoe of
env kind, a ahort
courae of thin medle.lno will Mature t' l'i !;'
tlona and procure health auo iiapiue-i. , v .M.r
fore waa deepoadency and Rlm " hB .Hpocinc
Medicine la heiun ueud with wonderful inc-
""amplileta tent free to all. Wrlto for them and
crt lull partlnulBra,
Prim. HnnMftn. 1 (1 nr IIKckaiTO. 01 fix tlHCK-
agea for MI0. Will be evtit by mall ou receipt of
money. Addruai all order, ...,
t) . II, Plflll mill n m neivi ,i i w,,
No. 1U4 and l(o Main Bt.. Bullalo, N. T.
TO Y0UN0 MEN AND OTHERS.
Mr ....I . l-lal ftw Ihlvttf fliii dill, IrlnMm.Vfil.
tato Belle, Bandt and Bu'penaorloB, to young men
and othom luflcrliia from woaUuonae, nrvoua dn
hlllty, loat vltallty,loit manliood, and many plher
diaeaaea. We Kiiaratitee apaedy euro and com
plela rcatorntlon of manhood. Addreia without
a a , v rt . S tint rn li ml aML..1l mffl.taa
delay, VUul AlV UlUl vw aiarnuau oilku,.
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"X. A.IIurnett Cairo Illlnola "
Th Mosquito in England
A coiTc.wiiiiiunt wrlttw to the St.
Jntnes ftozrfte: "A somewhat tinnec
ensary fuss lia-s Ik'mii mailo on Ihn mib
jncl of tlio mosnuito in Lornlon. The
jirownce of (his insect in curtain parts
of England Warrinsjtoii, for instance
has long liocn mlmitte'l. Cotieirlor
able cxiMMioiice in thn Romh of Fram-o,
in Portugal, and in Italy h 1h1 ma
to tho conviction that the mosquito
whicli is hiicIi a tormont in those coun
tries in iniliotinjjiiishiiblo fioiu tho com
mon English, gnat. As far south as lati
tude 40 degrees there is no difl'erenco
appreciable to the ordinary vision, and
the venom of tho bite is in nxact pro
portion to the heat of tho climate and
of tho season."
The Girls Our School '"System" Develops.
The pessimists complain that our
modern young, folks neither enjoy
themselves nor aftord enjoyment to
their elders as in older times. Tho
hoyden games tint used to rule in tho
parlor are now considered, of course,
the lowest depths of "bad form." Fan
cy one of these perfected mechanisms,
with carefully poised body, studiously
arranged arms, inodultited voice, run
ning from eolinn whispers to cadonco
pianissimo, ''going to Copenhagen,"
"throwing the handkerchief," or pay
ing forfeits." Ho would be a bold
youth indeed who should venture to
touch those scornful lips, that statu
esquo form, elaborated by years of
gymnastic excruciation which, undor
other circumstances, would make an
adopt on the trapeze or the Tartarean
clmrger. As for tho intellectual ac
companiments of this exotic system,
listen to the prattle of the youths and
maidens brought togthor bv the new
conventions. If, as Talleyrand once
declared, language is undo to conceal
thought, the perfected young persons
of "high life" cover up more intellec
tual activity to tho square inch than a
congressional or a senatorial dead-lock,
Wealthy Southern Senators.
A prominent eritleman of Tennes
see recently gave the following sum
mary (' ho wealth of Southern Senator!
joe Itrowii leads off with over a
million, possibly two of them. Ben
Hill can bo set down as worth a quar
ter ns much easily. Both the South
Carolina Senators are in very moder
a'e circumstances, and, like Ransom
and Vance, have been kept, busy hold
ing on to their property that was so in
cumbered after (he war. M ihonn is
worth certainly A'jOO.OOO, m-it of it
made iu railroads. Johnston I' com
fortable, but not rich, i'ugh and Mor
gan have property and excellent prae
liees. and, I suppose, have oay pock
olliixiks. Jones and Call, of Florida,
are improving each year, but aro far
from wealthy, (ieorgo, of Mississippi,
is a thrifty man of business, owns large
plantations, works them economically,
and clears about $20JX0 a year, but
Lam tr is just his opposite, caring for
nothing but the hooky aud btudent's
sido of lifo, ami never would bo any
thing but a poor inan.awiiless he got
the benelitof a will, if he lived to be a
thousand years old. Jonas of Louis
iana, I understand, is moderately well
off, and has a keen eye for speculation.
Garland and Walker are both poor, be
cause both resigned good fees at the
bar to come to the Senate. They own
some property, not much, and could
easily increase it if allowed to remain
at home, (iarland told me he made
!$V)00 his third year of practice, and
had been on the increase ever since.
I have no doubt ho could easily clear
420,HH) a year if lie devoted his time to
it. Coekrell, of Missouri, is extremely
frugal and careful, and is comfortably
well off; but 1 doubt if Vast will ever
be rich, for he is not lucky in his ven
tures, and spends a groat doal. Will
iams of Keniucky is only comfortablo,
but Reck is bound to bo rich before
long; for he has made gome fortunate
ventures In land in tho Northwest, on
the lino of the new roads, and that land '
is going to bo immensely valuable.
Maxeyand Coke of Texas, belong to !
tho frugal brigade, and, if never rich, '
will always m.inago to be comfortable; !
and that's aboutall they want." ,
Journeyman tailors at work on ens
torn trousers are liko jiltod woman!
sowing for brooches of promise'
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are tho best 'bitters.' "
"They promote sleep and ally ncryous
ncss." "Best Liver and Kidney medicine we
"Thi'V knock tbo 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have uorivohiin this town."
' "Best thing for nursing mothers we have,"
"We like to recommend Malt Hitters. '
DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1881.
At a recent anti-vivisection mooting
in London, Cardinal Manning deoliirod
that "so long as life was granted to
bim he would do his utmost to put an
end to the detectable system of vivi
section, which, since it could not be
properly controlled by law, ought to
, be totally abolished." At the' same
meeting the lord chief justice of Eng
land, who is not a medical man, de
clared that he was a "reluctant and
nnwilliu?, but at the same time a com
plete and absolute convert to this view
of the subject."
The Use of Wealth.
There are thousands of rich mon who
are not skindints, who have tho reputa
tion of being so, because they have
nover boon known to hate done any
special good with their money. A man
who is worth $50,000 can do more to
make himself lovea and respected by
all with whom he conies Into contact,
by the judicious expenditure of a thou
sand dollars in charity, than by giving
tho whole fifty thousand dollars after
ho is dead. It seems as though it
would be mighty small consolation to a
millionaire to leave money to some
charitable purpose, after death, and bo
o confounded dead that ho couldn't
aeo the smiles of happiness that his
generosity had created.
Suppose a millionaire who has never
had a Kind word said of him except by
fawning hypocrites, who hope to get,
some of his money, should lay out a
boautiful park worth a million dullars,
and throw it open freo to all, with
walks, drives, lakes, shade ami every
thing. Don't you suppose, if ho took
a drive through it himself and saw
thousands of people having a good time
and all looking their lovo and respect
for him, that his heart would be wanned
up and that his days would bo length
ened. Wouldn't every look of thanks
bo worth a thousand dollars to tho man
who had so much' money that it made
him round-sliouhlored? Wouldn't be
liavo more ploasiue than ho would in
cutting off coupons with a lawn mow
jcr? Pi'Vs Milwaukre Sua.
The People Who Drift.
There are in every large city a class
of drifting people, to whom a delinitn
and permanent abiding place would bo
in the nature of :t prison; people who
would bo embarrassed by being tabu
lated with that announcement of re
spectability, an engraved door-plate,
or by being embalmed in the city di
rectory. They are tho rolling-stones of society
who gather up considerable social moss
in tlmir course and live the lifo of ver
satility, of color, of light, and if it is
not t!io life of phenomenal depth it
may, at any rate, servo to balance tho
classical recluses who live secure and
stationary, and inflict philosophical
critiques on the public.
It is nio-tly the feiuinino portions of
the good Bohemians who thus slip lu
and out of successive "environments."
A man will vegetate forever in the same
suit of apartments, if be has once beeu
pleased with them, purely from inertia,
which is why the landlady of the period
quite prefers the superior race "Sin
gle gentlemen preferred," always.
Now, after a woman has gono on doing
the same thing long enough she begins
to look about ner to do something else.
Change is( Ui very breath of her ex
istence. Routine is to her intolerable.
Itis not that she in the least expects to
improve matters, but sho prefers varied
to monotonous misery. And little in
felicities iu time aggregate themselves
to the verge of the unendurable.
Nor is there much scionco in a settle
ment of these itiuerant people. They
do not take root anywhere, and are
ready to slip out and arrange their
books nml bric-a-brac in some other
apartment aov day. Tito drifting
turoiig.s of people who thus migrate
about the city aro a curious study in
The First Locomotive
Croat sight was in tho sheds at the
extreme end of the works.for here were
assembled soma sixton locomotive
engines just arrived from all parts of
the country tho choicest specimens
owned by the several companies by
whom they had been dispatched to take
part in what tho programme called a
"display and procession of modern typ
ical locomotive steam-engines." I was
examining with great admiration one
of tho very finest of these engines, built
for the Midland Railway Company by
Messrs. (J. R. Stephenson & Co., of
Newcastle, when I was attracted by a
lively movement among the crowd of
mechanics who stood about me, and,
looking round, I perooived an ancient
and decayed little engine being cau
tiously propelled by a huge goods loco
motive along tho metals which lod to
the high level bridge.
. It was liko a very old man supported
on the arm of a big stalwart son, and
thn great locomotive frequently paused
to give the aged engine, as it were,
time to breathe aud recover Itself. I
crossed the rails to look at this singular
object, and drawing very close to it I
was able to read upon a plate allixod to
Its side" that Its juinie was "Locomo
tion," that it had boon constructed by
George Stephenson in and that it
was the first engine that ran on the
Stockton & Darlington Railway. So
hero, then, was the very father of all
the locomotives in the world. A
decrepid, shrivelled machine, with
nevertheless a look of shrewd solf
consciousnoss, suggested ia Its quaint,
old-world aspect, as if it had duly taken
noto 'of Us magnificent posterity, and
was not unwilling to bo admired for
their sake as well as its own. To oo
tho wonderful old locomotive crownod
with a skeleton scaffolding of piston
rods and other working fjoar, with its
singular chimuoy, curving out of Its
front Jike the neck of a swan, and tho
little old tender behind with part of
the Iron side rustod and rotted out,
while close lo It stood a group of prob
ably tbo i most mftgniHoent locomotive
. engines la the world with their spark
Ming brass work and glossy sides, as
cloar as glass, with the amazing finish
of their painting and varnishing, was
' indeed to behold the ono sight that
would givo to the great niomory
which aUKowcastleand Gateshead had
already transfigured themselves with
bunting to honor the most cloquotit
and moving significance that could be
imparted to It Newcaxtlc Cowil
(tenet iQHdon Telegraph. :.
IHMI . ,,
Milt IMtHHiltll tMWMM.miMHmrlMM
wMMwfT2 !. ( . (! )
t ihium, ft Minimi
Wht an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself and society trom catarrh, when
Sanford's Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease. Every package is a
complete treatment. Only $1.
Evils to be Avoided.
Over eating is in ono sense as productive
of evil as intemperance in drinking. Avoid
both, and keep the blood purified wiih
Burdock Blood Bitters, and you will be re
warded with robust health and an invigo
rated system. Frlce $1.00. trial ize 10
pEUSONa suffering from ininilre blood, nr
whose health is giving way, either as min
isters Or Ulnae ulul utinlv rlmrlv will Hnrl
in Fellow's Syrup of Ilypophosphites tho
material to mum tnem up ana the tonic to
keep them there. Dit. C. Clvy.
Ill Hot Water.
Orpha M. Hodge, Battle Creek, Jlich.,
write: "I upset a tca-kctte ol boiling hot
water on my hand. I at once applied
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil, and the effect was to
immediately allay the pain. I was cured
in throe day." Paul G. Hchuh, Agent.
Wk are strongly disposed to regard that
person as tho best physician who docs most
to alleviate human suffering. Judged from
this standard. Jfrs. Lydia E. l'inkham, 2IJ3
Western Ave., Lynn, Mass., is entitled to
the front rank, for her Vegetable Com
pound is daily working wonderful cures in
female diseases. Send for circular to the
An Important Discovery
has been mado whereby a successful vege
table combination has been introduced,
which acts upon the bowels, the liver and
the kidneys, aud at the same time imparts
strength and vitality to the entire system.
Burdock Blood Bitters constitute this im
portant discovery. Price $1.00, trial bic
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner ic Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
aud trial before purchaiiing. 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 the cure ot diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Deaf as a Post.
Sirs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., states
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease iu tho ear, causing entire
deafness. In ten minutes after using
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, she found relief, and
in a short time she was entirely cured and
her hearing restored. Paul u. nchuh, Agt.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamton, 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
aud could with difficulty keep up all day
My mother procured some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them as directed, and ha"c
felt no pain since first week alter using
them, and am now quite well." Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
ImI Fratnat aal
af all Purfaaia,
All farmer, Mothers, Uusines Men, Mechanic,'
&c, who are tired out by work or worry, and all who
are miserable with Dyspepsia, Rheumatism. Netyil-;
gia,or Bowel, Kidney or Liver Complaints, youcan,
beinvlrortfd and aired bv mine
Ml.f"l I v." i . T,
.... r , . -ii cj ti...f.J
1 1 unit an, u..titi0 autaw W,
tmstpanon or any weanne", you win mai i iiki
iRinvarTnnle the imatHt Blood Fertilizer ami the'
(r.. n.atlh Rlraaa-th Raatftl-M-TOO On Vm,
I-., .. ...;. , Rii.Ma and oiher Tonka. a Bl
rouuus up mo svMem, uiii never iiiuiib.K. sw.
.nq a1, si?", ill-- a in '"-.
HAIR BALSAM rUSIm.."!
I'ubllr notlrn la hereby iMvcti Hint In piiminm.u
of an tinier and riucreo niailn and entered In aud by
tliflcomily court of Almandor county, mate ol Illi
nois, at the June term tlitircor, A. 1).. IHHI. In a rer
tuiii tauao whf rein Jacob H'hrIc aa ailmiuiatrntor
ol tho I'Ktat" of w lllliim si. Aihi-rtoii. doioaauil,
waa plaintiff, and Juda Attirrtnn. Krnticl I). Aider
tun, Thomaa J. Cral',', Mail J. HIrcIu. Francis M.
Atlicrti ii. rttihecra J. Atbrtnn Hozckiah M. Atli
nrtnii, I.nlu J . Alhertoii, William J. Alharton,
Thomaa 1). Alln-rlon, Kllznh'-lli Wirkvr, Klllah M.
Parlor, Klli-n Youiiu, ismith Younir, Krnncla
Youur, Jami'a M. t 'ruler, Kmina (Jraiif, Allon Crnlc,
alarv t'ralu. Kl.nda Kinch. John Godwin
iloai'tih Godwin and Thrima .1 . Craljf, cnardian of
Lulu ti. anu wintam J . Aiuriou, wi.-rc ucinnuauia,
1. thi'iindiTalancd.a (ilch adnilnlxlrnloraforeaaid,
will prorced to pull the nunlta eaat nnarlcr nf tho
mm in went quarter of aurtlon iiumbi'r twenty all
i'.'h) and thn weal half of thn north eaat quarter and
the enM half of tint north weal quarter of aectlou
number llttrt v-flvc (.VI, all in townahlp number
afiecn (lb) aoiiili ranee uumber two CJ), wnat of tho
thn llilid principul meridian, In Alexander
ruiiiitr. atalo of Uilnola, ou Tbiirnday, SnpU'inlier
flrat IHHI, at eleven o'cliH k In the foreiumn, at tho
railroad atatlon hnuce In "llodue Park," In tali!
county. The term of aale am nno-hal! caali down
and trie other hall luonu year Willi all pur cent In
teraat, aucnrudbv note Mtid morlipije on p'onilnea
aold, And at tho name time aud nlnr.o, t ho under
atoned a auch admlnlatrator. will poll at publlo
mle the following deicrlbed lola Iff the town nf
"Undue Park," In aald county, nnmely: Lot num.
bur (even (7) In block number four (4); lot num
ber four and tlx (4) and () in block number flva
(M: lot number four (4) ard
clulit (S) lu bloik number all
(ii; Iota number nlgutlH) and Ion (1), In block
number aoven(7); lot nunibei tiluht (H) lu block
number fourteen (14); lot number aovon (7) In
block number tllteiin (ID); lota uumberi one (1)
aud three. (3) In blork nnmlmr aoventeoni Intnnm
bnr flva(5) In block number tweuty otio (ill); lot
number aix (A) In block number twenty two ('). lu
purauance of a docreo and order ofaald county court
niaduaodenturedattho Jnlytorm thoreor, A, P.,
iHStt, In a certain caaa wheruln the aam parties
above named woro plaintiff and defendant. Hald
lota to bo aold an tbo aam term a above aped-
a. ..I ..hHi u,l,A- l,u aala la fur a Bum tinfc a.
cecilhia ten dollar ; the ame muat b paid at the
time of the pnrchaae. ' Hald tains are to be made
for the purpoio of paying debt nf the aald etato,
... - VAVUD BSIUVaiBli
July 86, 18H1. Admtniittator, ate.
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Worth Its Weight in Gold.
EIIEUMATLSM, COUGHS AND flOLDS.
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND 1 OLDS.
HEUMATLSH. COUGHS AND VOLDS:
Sold by all Druggists. VMVE 50 cents and $1.00.
(Jo to I'AUL O. SCHUH, Druirgist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frtcinnns' New Ntioul
Dyes. For brifclitucsg nd durability of color Are unttumllt ri. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
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CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
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Conehi. Colds, Sore Throat, Cr on p and Diphtheria, etc
"Try them. 23 and 60 cent sixes
GaUttD MEDAI. AT THE FHII.ADF.I.PI1I A "-'""ri " "
ailLYEB MEDAL AT TOli lAJMa) CXF08ITION. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BRO A.D W
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CRAINE. General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and tbe
Territories, 10 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
E. A. BUENETT, Aent,
I Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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