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The leailliiR Belt nilnlKol to-uav KW thnt wont
altMi) are rauaeil y diiril'n:(l Kiclimy or J.lv.
er. II, theicforu, I be lildnry awl l.mr aru k"itm
pertVct order, partial imallU will ho tbo ruauli.
T nit truth ha uujy beun koowu a aliort, tnuo und
for year people e'lfitaed wat agony without lic
InKable to flud rlhit. 'iTTa dlncovury of Warner'
bare Uldiiuy aul Uvor Cure mnrki a new era In
tbo treatment of them trouble. Mudo from a
Imple tropical loaf uf rare valuu, It contain )ul
tu element tiecvaaary to nimrlab and luviuurate
both of tliH9 great oriMua, aud aafely rutnr and,
ki cp thom in ordur. It I a POKI'I'I VK UEMEDY
for all thn dlaeaiie that cauae palue In the lower
pari of tbo body-lor Torpid l.ivur-lKailacU-
Ja'indl''e-DI?..in(m--(iriivel r"evi'r. Ajfiie-Mala
Jial Kfvr, and all difttculllee ol the Kidney, Liver
and I'rlnary Oraua.
It ln excellent and afe remedy for female dur
ing Pregnancy. It 111 control Meiirtrualloo and
la Invaluable for I.e corrbn'a or falling of tU
An a Wood Purlfkrll la um-qiialed, for It cure
the orana that make the. blood,
"It avd my llfo."-K. II. Lakcly, Hdma, AU.
"It la the remedy that will cure the maiiv din
Bare peculiar to women. ".Mother Mapuini:.
'It ban padHfd acvere tot ami won endow
mem from otn of the lili'bet medical talent in
the country. ''tew York World.
"No remedy heretofore dicuvered can be held
for one moment in comparison with it "- liev. C.
A. Harvey, I) I)., Washington, 1. V.
Thla Remedy, which haa done eucb wonder. I
put up lu the LAK'IBST SIZED UOTOLKS of any
medicine upon the market, and Ih aold by druirt,1at
andall d-ab-ra at ilvflper bottle. Kor lll.-tr,
enquire for IVAlfXKKS riAKK UIA15K TES CLUE
It laa I'OMTIVE Remedy.
II. U. WAKNEIl A CO., Itocbeatir, N, Y.
!HS. LYQ1A E. PINKHAMi
CF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
The PnjtlT (''ire
For all Female Complaints.
TUaprnamiUoB, a lu Bam tlirnlOM, eonaUU o(
Vagttabl Pruperti that ar barale to Urn moat del
icate Invalid. Vpoo on trial th mrtu of thla Com
pound will tw recotrnaxl, a relief la IranudlaM i and
when lu uatla cuntlnuwl, In nlnHy nln cam In a bun.
dred, a permanent oocUcfTfctrililhmnand will tea
Ufy. On account of It proven merit, It It today re
eommn6d and pmrrlbed ly th bet phyMoiani In
II will eur nttraly tb wont form of falling
of tb utorua, Iooorrhijw, Irregular and painful
Mcnttroatloa, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, noodlnfi all IMaplaoementf and th eon
eo,ant eplnal wrwknr, Dd It ixpeclally adapted to
taeChntfof lit. It will dlaaulv and eiprl tumor
frin tbauterualnan early irtage of dovelopment. Tb
tendency to mneerou bom'ir thr la rhckd vry
pedlly by It ue.
In fact It h prnvnl to h th treat
eat and bet remedy that baa ver hn dJtconr
ed. It permeate every portion of the ayitem, and iv
ne life and vtjor. It rmnnvM fulntn flatulency, d
atroy all cravlnf for tirauJant, and rell' weakneM
f the itomacb
Keure Bloating, ileedachMi, Nrron rrrxtratlon,
0nral Debility, 8leplcn, Deprewlon and Indi
(wUoo. That feUng of brtng down, ratulnc pain,
weight and backache, la alwayipermanrntly eoredhy
Itiuit. Uwlllatalttttnee.andunderall clrrunntan
cm, act In barmooy with th law that govern tb
For Kidney Complaint of either ei till eomiound
Lydia t. Pinkham's Vngelnble Compound
la prepared at VS and W Wamirn Avenu. I.ynn, MM.
rricell.M. Six bouienfor .oo. dent hy mall In th
form of plll, aim In the form of Lnteniree, on receipt
of price, t.'W, pef bej, for either. Mm. 1'ITfiCllAM
f rly anawera all leun of Inquiry. Send for pui
pblet Addrelove .Venlio Mi purxr.
Ha family Kuld he without I.YPIA K. TINKBAM'
tiR m.IA They cure ('onuttpatlon, CUIoutn
and Torpldltv of th I jver. iwt ir ho.
KOR SALE BY UKUtiOISTH,
RICHARDSON A CO., St. Iniis, Mo.
Wholcale aiseulo for LYDIA E. I'lNKHAM'K
TTANKY'STHADK MANi;Al.!i.--rHlutt'r,rVi rla
I I ..n..eit..a fii UVtrliinuL-itr. ftml Jnivfllrr. U
m t-aii't iikvti i" ...... ------- 1
Kakor, IVb Candymaktir, mi. TaxIdermlHi, ri.
CHltlor,!!. rtifiilturo and I ablnot riuieiier, nil.
Artlt, 5". Hoapniaker, n. Ilorae ehoe. I!.-.,
Wood-engraver. ', Of bMnkaellnra or hy tnnll.
JKbSK 11ANEY A CO., 11!) NitMau eltect N X.
To Norvoud SulTiirtsrii-The (rfat KurnpfMi Rein.
filv-Hr..l. B, KliupHtin'iSpeilrli'. Medicine.
r.- n ui... .,.. Miu.rlile Medicine I a nnl
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea, liniioletii y. enktiee
and all dleeaeee remit lug from Helf-A nife. a N.ir
"oil Debility, Irritability, Mental An My.
I , . i .... -.4.... ;,ru., r im mid nine! 1 tli ii I tie
at'Kei"i't 'f h" N'rvott Sytwm uem rallv l'aln
In ffark or Hide, Loe of Memory, T'letnattire Olo
A!0 atltl OlevaFv
that lead to Con
ty aud an curly
Krave, or both.
No matter how
ih uttered the
ayetetn may bo
from exceaaea of
1.1...1 . .i .
nuy niiiu, n puori i"" " ,
course of una medicine win rvetore n.e
COUieV .11 lllin II1IMUI.11IU Will ivrtl,. :
tlon and procure health and hnpplnt). 'ljw JJ1
Hire wa uenpoiHieucy ana kkhuu
i'amphluta aelit fi'oo lo all.
Write for lliem and
uet full particular,
Price, Specific, 1 .0 per package, oi fix pack
ago ter f S.on. Will he en( by mall on receipt ol
money. Adtlrea all order,
,1. II. HIMPHUN'KMKDICJNK CO..
Nor. 104 and m Main St.. Uull'ulo, N. Y.
TO Y0UN0 MEN AND OTHERS.
Wo aend on trial for thirty thy our Klec.tro Vol
talo Bolt, Hand and Suapenaorloa, to young mun
and othurt aafferiiig from woakmieen. uurvoiia du
hlllty.loat vitality. loat nmnhood, and itiany other
dlaoaaoi. Weguaranleo apoudy cttrea nud com.
plole rcitoratlon of manhood, Adtlrei without
delay, VOLTAIC BKLT CO, Manliall Mich.,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Communication npon auhject of general lutereat
lothepnbllcareatall time acceptable. Rejected
mmuacript will not be relumed.
Letter and commnniratlon should be addreid
"K. A. Bnruett Cairo Illinois '
Starling nv jmirnals spoiun a pas
time rlntv in Salura. There must bo
something to warrant the innovation,
and we fancy it is the method of serv
ing the news and tho new iUelf. At
any rate, the Gazette of that city takes
oil' the new venture by the specimens
of what it calls "Modern Locals."
Mr. P.eilram K. Perkins, who resides
Bt 1.06 Pleasant'gtreet Avenue, has had
a new knob added to his front door.
Ho contemplates making other im
provements. It is very gratifying to
witness this enterprising spirit on the
part of our citizn.
A new lot of perinuts has been re
ceived at 926 Vnshingti3 Gireat.
These were maiiufHCtur.nl expressly for
m( enterprising establishment, and
are (,'ood flavor and finish. Mr. N.
(). Ursoe, tho proprietor, is one of out
most en i ei prising tradeis. Kvery actu
al quart that he sells will always bt
found lo rontititi two pints, and no rot
ten ones are ever found at the bottom.
One of the most respited of Salem's
tlivines had a narrow escape yesterday.
1 lo was ouietly crossing Kssex Street
from Mr. Ive' store to the First Church
when a team w as coming down in front
of A. A. Smith's at oitilo a rapid trot.
Just ns the team reached Daniel T.
Smith's corner, the driver providential
ly turned into Washington Street. If
he li:ni kept on, the minister would un
doubtedly have been run over, and per
haps killed. Truly, "In the midst of
lifw we arc in death!"
Dr. D. A. Stanley.the popular demist,
is overrun with cnst'ini since he berjan
to advertise in our piiper. He can ex
tract teetb with more skill than auy
oth-r man in the profession. Ho recent
ly pulled sevt nty-rive teelh out of ono
man's nnxitli in uxactlv 4 3-4 minutes.
The popular doctor charges only 12 1-2
cents per tooth, and makes no extra
charge where portions of the jaw come
Mr. U. Damphool, the popular ami
ncconiplishfld editor of iho Hungtowu
Il'iarcr, h:iviug been six months in
business in the flourishing city of
liuugtown, is now engaged injgiving a
M'lii's of valuable lectuivs upon "the
condil'mus essential to success in life.''
Mr. D. is only twenty-two years old,
ami most of those inhabitants who are
upwards of mtv-Iivo years of Age nr
manifesting a deep interest in the lec
tures, I mm which they derive much
valuable prnCical information.
A new paper is lobe slatted In Salem
next Monday. It is to lv called the
Midnight Wide Aivake, Ii is to be de
livered at the houses of subscribers at
about one o'clock in the morning, at
which hour tho door-bells will be rung
by the carriers for the benplitof any
who may have thoughtlessly mired bti
fore the, arrival of i lie paper. It will
contain all the local news that transpires
during tho four preceding hours, aud
will eiiptily a want thai has long been
folt nt Salem. P. S. Six good carriers
are wanted for this paper. 1'he position
is an extremely desirable one, and is
attended with many perquisites the
free contribution of boots and shoes
alone, in places w here this enterprise
has been tried, amounting to several
hundred dollais annually. .
- m m
The Dancing Girls of Paris.
A Paris correspondent of the St.. Louis
(UiiUr-Democrat says: "I fancy the rat
lias been so called -Hi st, for hor little,
ness, nud after that for her instincts for
destruction. The rat is happiest when
tit the National Academy of Music.
What a singular destiny, thnt of tho
poor little girls who enter the ballet at
this celebrated temple of music. .They
are, so to speak, frail creatures, ofl.irod
in sacrifice, to the Parisian minotatu
that, monster moro dreadful than the
one of ancient (ircoce. Tho Parisian
monster devours every year its virgins
by tho hundred, ami tio one ever comes
to their succor. The mother of the rat
Is generally a ligurauto or a concierge.
As for the father, it is very dilllcult to
tlnd hitn; ho can only be proved to ex
ist by the calculation of probabilities,
lie may bo a nobleman ora fireman, a
Iiolitician or a street sweeper. Tho rat
.iiows nothing outside of the theatre
and tho dancing school. She hns been
taken to the theatre ho young that she
lias had no time to learn anything 0f
life. At the nge when tho roses of May
blossom on the checks of other chil
dren, tho poor little rat is already palo
under hor paint, and her lower limbs
are broken into shape and pliability by
human tortures. Iho graceful noss of
innocent youth has been replaced by
what tho world foolishly calls truo
gracefulness. Presently she is as cor
rupt as an old diplomat. At twelve
or fourteen ihe knows enough of wicked
ways to make a captain of dragoons
lihisli with slmmn, She knows more
nbout debauchery and vice than she
docs of life itseli.
DAILY 0A1K0 BULLETIN; THURSDAY" MORNING, AUGUST 4, 188j.
Be Wise and Happy.
If you will stop all your extravagant and
wrong motions in doctoring yourself and
families with expensive doctors or humbug
cure-alls, that do harm always, and use only
nature's simple remedies for all your ail
ments you will be wise, well and happy
and save great expense. The greatest rem
edy for this, the great, wise and good will,
tell you, is Hop Bitters rely on it. See
another column. Press.
The demand of the people tor an easier
method of preparing Kidney. Wort has in
duced the proprietors, tho well-known
wholesale druggists, Wells, Richardson &
Co., of Burlington, Vt., to prepare it for
sale in liquid form as well as in dry form.
It savea all the labor of preparing, and as it
is equally efficient it is preferred by many
persons. Kidney-Wort always and every
where proves itself a perfect remedy .Buf
Out of a population of 305,000, Homo
has only 375 street beggars, according
to the last, municipal report; feu years
ago every tenth person encountered in
tho street was sure to be a member of
Once a year the villagers of Chip
ping, England, go through tho ceremo
ny of electing as an imaginary mayor,
the man who has distinguished himself
by getting "most drunk." He is placed
upon a chair, and a procession, headed
by two intoxicated cornet players, and
carrying mops, firearms, and" painted
sticks, is formed. The police recently
summoned two men for taking part in
the coreraony, as it was likely to create
a disturbance The cases were, how
ever, dismissed; and one of the magis
trates remarked that he "approved of
these old customs."
The Bettiug Young Man.
Nusby writes to the Toledo IHwIc:
We had on board, as a matter of
course, tho betting young man of Chi
cago. No steamer ever sailed that did
not have this young fellow aboard, and
thore is enough of them to last the At
lantic for a great many years. Ho
knew every thing that every body
thinks they know, but do not, and his
delight was to propound a query, nnd
then when you had answered it, to very
coolly and exaspcratingly remark:
"Bet yer bottie of wine yer wrong."
Tho mattor would be so simplu, and
one of so common repute, that imme
diately you accepted tho wager only to
find that in some minute particular you
were wrong, aud that tho knowing
youth had won. For instance:
"Thompson, do you know how many
states thcro are in the Union?''
Now any citizen in the United States
who votes, and is eligible to the Presi
dency, ought to know how many states
there are in his beloved country with
out thinking, but how many are there
w ho can say off-hand': Ami so poor
"What a quo-lion! Of course I
"Bet yer bottle yer don't."
And then Thompson would find biin
Belf figuring the very important prob
lem as to whether Colorado bad been
admitted, and Nevada, and Oregon,
ami he would decide that oua had and
the other hadn't, aud finally state the
number with grest certainty that it was
The Chicago man's crowning bet oc
curred the last tUy out. The smoking
saloon was tolerably full, as were the
occupants, and everybody was bored,
as every body is on tlio last day. Tho
Chicago m:vi had been silent for an
hour, when suddouly he broke out:
"O, no more bets," was the exclama
tion of the entire party. "(Jive us a
"I don't wmt to bet, but I can show
you something curious."
"1 say it and mean ii. I can drink
a gla's of water without its going down
my thmat. '
"And get it into your stomach?"
There was a silence of considerably
moro than a minute. Every man in the
room had been victimized by this catb-eror-up
of inconsiderable trifles, and
thcro was a general disposition to get
the better of Tii in in some way, if pos
sible. Here was the opportunity.
How could a man got a glass of water
into his stomach without it going down
his throat P Impossible! And so tho
usual bottle of wine was wagered, and
the Chicago man proceeded to accom
plish the supposed impossible feat. It
was very easily done. All he did was
to stand upon his head on the seat that
runs around the room and swallow a
glass of water. It went to his stomach
but it did not go (tWoi his throat. It
went up his throat. Aud so his last
triumph was greater tliau all his pre
vious ones, for every man in the room
was eager to aept his wagor. From
that time out had lie offered to wager
that he would swallow his own head he
would have got no takers..
Our Insiguifiraut Earth.
It is only when we regard our globe
ns a member of the planetary system,
and that system In turn as a unit among
the systems, that we realize how Infin
itesimal aro its concerns and how rel
atively insignificant it is, says Belgra
vla. We may for practical purposes
treat the orbit of Neptune as the cir
cumference of our planetary system,
and Htato the diamotor of it therefore
as about 0,486,1)00,000 miles. But if
we could suppose all this vast plane
converted into a solid disk, instead of
being, as now, for the most part, emp
ty space, and if to it were then given,
by aomo means or other, a slightly
luminous surface, It would appear to
an observer upon the vory noarest lixed
alar no more portentous than a uew
shilling glittering in the sunshino
would appear to an observer at a dis
tance of somewhat over a hundred
?ards. In other words, It would want
. airly good eyes to discern it at all.
We may safely say thon that the annual
thermal loss of our own little sphere,
though Rufflolent to melt seven hun
dred and aovouty seven cubio miles of
ire, whou, oven though multiplied by
centuries of centuries, no more affect
the temperature of space than tho
striking of a match would avail to
moderate the climate of Siberia.
. J . - .........,....T-..T.....,.mi,tn,MWiMiHPIHMWMili 1 M a MM lilllMI
Pkhsonh suffering from impure blood, or
whose health is giving way, either as min
isters or those who study closely, will find
in Fellow's Hyrup of Hypophosphites tho
mateiial to build them up and the tonic to
keep them there. I)n. C. Ci.av.
Wk are strongly disposed fo regard that
person as the best physician who docs most
to alleviato human suffering. Judged from
this standard. Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkham, 233
Western Ave., Lynn, Mass., is entitlud to
the front rank, for her Vegetable Com
pound is daily working wonderful cures in
female diseases. Send for circular to the
A liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, oflVr to scud Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for tho cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices aro tho invention of Dr. I). A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to bo th only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchtis,
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to ihe afflicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford" to let this opportunity pass. We
could not afford, and would not give this
remedy uway unless we knew it would ac
complish what we claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is uo medicine
in the world that will cure one-half the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E.O'Harn, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. tij)
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. jNcglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Couchs, Catarrh, and
the Throt 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. Havina been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies ot the aire. Sold at 23 cents a
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary bindinir for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery. '
.OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It la aituatertin Pone Count v. Illlnoin. In a euur
of tbo Ozark Monntaina, half way liutween Vienna
ana ttolcooda. It
SniTonmlings are Delightful
Alll COOL AND BRACING,
ABUNDANCE. The tatilx ta aiirvad
1 with all
Hie ilcllracica of the taori . The
Knivi-nii; ill i n. I ni, n''i tiriu nuu ucwiii !,
nil their beneficial effect am felt linmoillntelv.
J. K. HHOWN, I'roprlotur.
l'tilillc notice Ih horeby clveti that in titirsittncu
of au order and decree mnuc nud onturnd In and hy
the county cniirt of AWmniler comity, atate of Illi
nois, at the. I lino term thereof, A. II.. 1KH1. In a ter
tain rane wherein J acolt K'kijIb aa adminiatralor
ol Iho estate or William M. Alnertou. (lecened,
wa Plaintiff, and .luda Athcrlon, Fraud 1). Atlier
ton.'l'homaa .1. :ral'.', Maria J. Hluu'le, Kranci M,
Athertnii. ltehecra J. Alliurlon, llezekiah M. Ath
ertoti. Lulu J. Alherton, William .1. Atherton,
Tuomaa 1. Atherton, EllKaheth Wicker, Elijah M.
I'eeler, Kllen Youtiu, Smith Ymiuir, J'rauela
Vouiii!, James M. Train, Ktntna Cralu', Alice l rna,
Mnry (Tan;. KUnIa Klnth, lohn Oodwlu
.loch Godwin nud Ttioniaa J. Craig, Ki'srillttn of
Lulu J. and William J , Atherton, were deleudauta,
I. iheiindernlancd. aMiich (lmiullrtoraforrnld,
will proceed lo mil thn aontli eat quarter of tho
aoiilli w't (imrterof aiirtlon niiniher tweuty al
I2ti and the weM halfol the north eat quarter and
the chM hittfol the north wet quarter of aectlon
tiiimluir thirty five nil lu toivnahlp liumher
fifteen (IM ot!th mime niiwhor two Ci), weiol'tuu
tint third principal meridian, iu Aleiander
ruinitr. atafr of lltinol, nu Tliurdny, Heptetnher
flret 1KHI, at eleven o'clock In tho forenomi, at the
railroad atation houteln "llodgca Park," in auld
count v. 'Ihe terina of nle are one-hall eali down
and iho other hall In one year with ill percent in
meat, accurcdliy note and iiiortttnuo on P'einle
aold. And at the aania time and place, the under.
iRiied HHiic.h adinltila'.ralor, will tell at public
mhIc the following dor,rlhed lot In tho town of
"llodk(c 1'ark," in aalil county, namely: Lot num.
tierevcn(?) Inhloek niimher four (4); lot num
ber Tour and "Is (4) and (H) In block number flvo
(1); lota number four (4) nrd
flttlit. (H) In block nnmber l
(til; lot nutnhera vli:hl(8) and ten (10), In block
number evcn(7); lot nutnbet eluht (HI tn block
number fourteen (14); lot number mivcu (7) In
block number fifteen (IM: lot number one (I)
and three () In block number seventeen; lot num.
ber flvo (IV) In block number twmity ono (il); lot
number alg (ft) In block number twenty two (!), In
piirnnauce of a decree and ordur of aald county conrt
nmd)id entered at the July term thereof, A, D.,
Krti,to acorlnl cane wherein thn eanie partlea
above nnntod were uialntlll'and dvfenrianta. Maid
lot to ha aold nn the tamo terma aa nhove apecl
fled, except wbre the lo I fort aunt not ex
ceeillim tcnAi' ilan; the aame muat be paid at the
time of the purcbaae, Hald aalee are tube made
for the purpoio of ylHt debt of the aald estate.
1 JACOB BIOOLK.
July '.'1, 1881. Admlulitrator, etc.
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Worth Its Weight in Gold.
KIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
1IEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMATISII. COUGHS AND
Sold ly all Druists. WAVE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Go to TAUL O. BCIIL'II, Drutrirmt, Cairo. Ills., for Mr. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For. liriKlitneng and durability nf
puundfj, price 15 cents.
Uned and approved j the leadln
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA
The most Valuable
CATAESU, EM0BBH0ISS, Etc Alio for
. Contrha, Colda, Sore Throat, Cronp
WTry them. 25 and 60 cent lizes
CBAKD MF.D4L AT THK PHILADEUIII.l EXPOSITION).! i
ILVS MEDAL AT THb PAH1H EXPONITlO.t. COLGATE & CO., N.Y.
For sale by C. W. llenilerson, Caiio, Illinois.
THE EQTJIXABEE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to ne3ttont
tl'OdllCe tlie ' whosawnm
ith ncr ofulop
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY .
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, aud the
Territories, 1U Dearborn Street, Chicajsrc
K. A.. BURNETT, Accent.
()rner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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- romade Vaseline,
Vaieliae Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ic,
Vaseline Toilet Soapi,
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ing Vaaeline internally.
2S Mrwm a unT
and Diphtheria, etc
of all onr good.
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