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TbeluadingHclniitlatiol lo-nay a'ree that moat
diseases are canned hr disordered Kidneys or LI v.
er. II, therefore, the Kidney nd Llvttr am kepi in
perfect ordw, perfect hualth will ho the result.
Ibli truth Iim only been known a short time and
for years ponple suffered great jfmy without li
Ini aliln to find Htei. ihe discovery of Warner1
Hare lllduey aud Liver Cur insrk anew era In
the treatment or these trouhlua. Made from a
' ?impi "of"' ,Uttf of rare value, It contain Just
the element neceeaary to nourish aud invigorate
both of tht-ae great organe, and safHy restore and
keep them In order. It Is a POHiTlVS REMEDY
for all the dleeaaes that cause paios la the lower
part of the hodr-ior Torpid l.lver- Heailarhea
Jaundice Dlxxlnnsa-Ornvul -fever. A true Mala
Jial Fever, and all dlfllcQltic or the Kidneys, Liver
nd Urinary Orgaua.
It la an excellent and safe remedy for famaluadur
IngPregnancy. It will control Meimlrnaliuu and
I invaluable for Le .corrlin a or falling or the
An a Wood Purlflor It U nnerjualed, for It curea
the organ that make the blood.
HEAD THE ItKCORD.
"It aaved my life." K. B. Lakely, Selina. Als.
. "It la tho remedy that will ruro the many die
eaiiei peculiar to women." Mother' Msgaxlua.
"It baa passed levere tel and won endorse
menta from some or the highest medical talent In
the country. "New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can Im held
for one moment in comparison with It" Rev. C.
A. Harvey, D D., Washington, U. C.
Thla Rflmndy, which ha done auch wonder, la
put up In the LAROKST SIZED BUTT1.KK or any
medicine npun the market, and la sold by d nirglsta
and all di aler at 1 per hottla. Kor Diabetes,
enquire for WAKNBK'8 KAKB DIABETES CTKK
Itli a POtflTIVK Remedy.
II. H. WARN EH CO., Kochcatur, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PIN KH AIM'S
The Positive Cnn
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa iu bam al-niae, eonalatB et
Vegetable Propwtles that are barmlea to the moat del
(eatatnvalid. I'poa one trial thsmertt of thla Oom
pound win be reeognliod, ai relief la ImmtdUt i and
vhaa IU ose ta eootUwd, la nlnotj nine cawa In a ban.
drw, a permanent oure l ttlccwSjM IhmuniU will tes
tify. On aceonn of Ita proven merits, It la to-day r
commanded and prescribed by the bent physician. In
It U1 rara entirely tba worst Com nt falllnir
of tba llmu, lucotrhoja. Irregular and rlnfu'
Menstruation, all Ovarian Trnubtea, Inflammation and
Cloaratlon, floodlngs, all Displacement and the con
aaqoant spinal vmtaiM, and la sspaciaUy adapted ta
tba Change of Ufa. It will dlaanlf a and expel tumora
from the aterualn an rljrsu of development. Tba
tendency to cancerous humor there It checked very
Ipeedlljr bj Ita un.
In fact It baa proved t ha the great
eat and beat remedy that baa ever been (Uncover
ed. It permeates every portion of the lyatmi, and glvee
new Ufaand vigor. It mnovf falnUwM.flatelencr, da
atrojn altera vlng for atlmulanta, and reUevei weakneaa
X the atomacb
Heuree Bloating, Readachea, Kervoaa Proat ration,
Oentrai DebUlty. Bleepleaanma, Depnwton and Indl
gaatlaa. That frnllng of bearing down, earning pain,
weight and backache, la alwajra prroanntlj cured by
Itaoaa. It will at all tlmc, and under all rirconMtan
aaa, act In bannony with tha law that gorarni tba
For Kidney Complaint of ltbr ai thla eoaipOTnd
Lydia t Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
It prepared at zS and tv Weatern Avenue, Lynn. Maaa.
Price ILOO. Blx bottlMf orvno. Sent by mail In tha
form of pUln,alolntbeform of IiBengea, on receipt
of price, 1.00, per box, for either. Mm. riNiHAM
freely anawer all letter of Inquiry. Bend for pam
phlet. Addraaa aa above Nrntto Ihlt pnptr.
Ho family ebould he without LYDIA E. PINK BAM'
ISWH PILLS. They cure Corutlpatlon, EUlouaneaa
and Torpidltr of the Liver, tt cent per box.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale akhoIr for LYDIA K. I'INKBAM'H
HANKY'S TKADK MANCAL8.-rlnter,r.n ct
Carnnnter. tii. Watchmaker, and Jowolcr, Ml
lUkor, 50. Candymaker, 50. Taxldermlat, Ml.
Gilder, y. Furnlluro and Cabinet Klulehcr, 5(1.
Artlat, 50. Hoapmaker, 8. Horae nhoea, .
Wood engraver. ar. Of haokucller or bv mull.
JKSSI HANKY CO., 119 Naeeau atrect N . X.
To Nervon 8ufl'ereri-Tlie Ureal European Rein.
edf-Dr.J. B. HlmpBon'oSiwHtlo Medleine,.
Dr. J. B. Blrapeon' Speclflr. Medicine la a posi
tive cure for Hpormatorrhea, Impotency, Weakneai
nd all dlaeasoa remitting from belf-AhiiMi, aa Nor
vnni Debility, Irrltahlllty, Mental Anxiety, Langtiiir,
Laeaitnde. Depreealon ofHnirlHand fnnrt iiiial de
rangement oftbe Nervoua Syatem cemira lv VtAni
uLi,..!!!!.. t.naanf Meninrv. Premature fln
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, nr both.
No matter Low
ytem may bo
front axceeaea of
anvklnd. a nhn.t
ccuree or thla modiclne will mature t. e loet luuc
tlon nd procure health nd happlneea, where be
fore waa doapnudoucy and gtoum. The Specific
Madlclne 1 bolug uaod with wonderful uo
Pamphlet aont free to all. Write, for llicm and
get full particular, i . . ,
Price, Hpnclflo, t .00 per package, ot tlx pack
age lor $5.00. Will bo sent by mail on receipt ol
money. Addreaa alt orders, . , . ,
J. B. HIMPHON'S MBtilCtNK CO.,
No. 104 and UK Main St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
We lend on trial for thirty day our Xlectro-Vol-tlc
Belts, Band and Siispeiisorlc, to youug mon
and other tiffrtBg frorq wnakoei, nervoua de
bility, lot vitality, tost manhood, and many otbor
diseases. Wo guarantee speedy euro aud com-
S let restoration of manhood. Address without
lay, VOLTAIC BSLT CO. MarshaU Mich.,
THE DAILY BGliETIN.
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Letter, and communication ahonld be addreued
"E. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
Ohio has 7,643 prisoners In her jails.
The sudden appearance of the comet
caused great constorrmtiou among the
native population of New Mexico, and
tlwir churches wore crowtlod by fright
eneil men. women and chihlren, pray
inrr that the dire calamities they feared
mijlit be averted.
Tlio sain of Qwen Victoria's year
lings ha.sof late years generally brought
forward a lot of very inferior animals.
This year, however, the contrary was
the case; the yearlings, although thn
majority of them were small, realized
aa average of nearly $1,000 a piece.
The Boston Young Men's Christian
association have bought 10,000 square
feet of land on the corner of Hoylston
and Berkley streets for $80,000. The
sale requires the building to be set back
far enough to make 2,000 feet unavail
able for building.
Mrs. Mary Scott, of , New Orleans, a
singular character, known an "Rebel
Mary" among the federal soldiers dur
ing the war, because of her rabid south
ern proclivities, whose picture appear
ed in Harper's Weekly at that time,
Peter T. Phillippi. a Reading roa
ch in Ut, was wounded in the battle of
Spottsylvania, the bullet lodging in the
liver, where it remains to this day.
Mr. Phillippi is in robust health, and
suffers no pain, except in sudden
changes of temperature.
Jennie Russell, 12 years old, was in
duced to secretly marry Homer Dan
nett, ut Newburg, N. Y., last May, by
hii promise to buy her, a gold watch
and a silk dress, and to take her on a
trip to New York, and now her pa
rents are trying to have the marriage
The shoemaker of whom Walters
ordered a pair of heavy shoes, with a
half-pound copj rtoo on the right one,
ot Lodi. New Yrk. wondered what was
the purpose of the strange contrivance
until he heard of Miss Walters' beau
being frightfully kicked out of tha
Tha Holy Man of Senoussi, in Trip
oli, who is only awaiting his 49th birth
daywhich will be next year to re
veal himself as the "Mehedi" or re
former of the Mohammedans, destined
to drive the christians from Northern
Africa, is visited by thousands of pil
grims. A fund is being raised for a veteran
soldiers' home-, in San Francisco, to care
for disabled soldiers from any part of
California. It has boon ascertained
that there are In alms-houses in twelve
counties of the state thirty-four Mexican -veterans,
twenty-one Onion, and six
United States veterans.
The corporation nf Dublin has po
litely declined the offer of the Alliance
and Dublin Consumers' Gas company
to make a series of experiments iu
lighting the streets by electricity, even
though the company are willing to
makelhe experiments under the direct
control of tho corporation. - .
Mr. McGowan, of Fall River, has,
seen Paine, the fugitive Fall River em
bezzler, in Montreal. He says Paine is
getting rich and is putting up a large
cloth mill, backed by $100,000 raised
by Montreal citizens. He has a lino
houso and is happy as a cricket. , Mr.
Paine "wouldn't go back to the states
In a rare book "Contes Fantas
tiques," by Jules Janin, published at
Brussels in 1S32, that famous critic de
clares his conviction that Shskspoa'-e
was a butcher, and sayt that when he
visited the poet's house at Stratford-ou-Avor.
be could still see the stains of the
blood of sheep and calves on the floor
and on the worm-eaten doors.
The San Luis Obispo Tribune re
lates the circumstanoos of the horrible
torture of a little child by ita unnatural
' mother, residing in that vicinity. The
baby is only . a year old. and i Inafc
learning to walk. . In order to keep it
nuiu ruuiijk luiNcuiot. wniie Bhe is
nt work, the mother "stakes it nut." In
the hot sun lor hours at a stretch. The
Miiau. euutua miuuiy, out iu moanings
are uuheodod by its heartless parent,
A vouncr fellow in Rouen. T. . hL
rowed an p)d trunk from his aunt soma
time ago, and when, he got ready to re
turn it the other day, ho found it had
a false bottom liud $16,000 In the hid
den roce. , Nov he, his aunt, and a
junk dealer.' from whom tho woman
bought tho triin'K, Jiave gone , to law
over tne possession of me money.
Sixtv miles northeast of Socorro.
New .Mexico, are the Grand Qui vim
mountains. Thoy -have never beou
thoroughly explored. A prospector
claims that, he has found rich' mlnos
there. The most wonderful of , hit dls
;oovriM waa tonit upon tons of pottery,
mostly broken, but a large portion of
which was as periout as the uay it was
J DAlLy-i: OAIRO BULLETIN: SATUD AY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1881.
A woman belonging to the sect called
Perfectionists undertook to run horsolf
: to death at Dallas, Tex. She got the
idea from a scriptural passage about
"running the race to tho end," that If
she ran till she died she would go di
rect to heaven. She could not kill her
, self by pedestriaulsin, however, and re
sorted to drowning. :
President Eliot, of Harvard college,
once said that when he was called to
. the head of , that institution he was
neither a I). O. nor an L. L. D., but
that Williams college promptly stepped
in and conferred tho latter degree upon
him, Probident-eloct Carter, of Wil
liams college, was in about the same
position till Union college receutly
gave him the longer title.
. A notable reduction in the rate of in-'
terest has just been made by the socio
, ty for savings at Hartford, Conn., usu-:
ally called the Pratt Street, Savings '
bank a largo institution with $8,500,
000 on doiHisit and $5,000,000 loaned
on real estate. It announces its readi
ness to roduce its mortgage rate to 5
tier cont. on all loans which upon ro
kpprisnl of tho security are regarded
as good. The bank pnys 4 per cent,
on deposits. , This reduction is likely
to be acquiesced in by other Connecti
cut savings banks.
The Sunday morning meetings of the
moinbers ot the Sliaker society, of
Alfred, Me., are largely attended dur
ing the summer months by people from
the surrounding towns, and by many
tourists and visitors sojourning at the
various seashore resorts between Wells
and Old Orchard Beach, who avail
themselves of the opportunity present
ed of witnessing their peculiar and
somewhat novel mode of worship.
Elder John B. Vance, the well-known
preacher at these meetings, is a grand
son of the late Hon. William Vance, of
Calais, and subsequently of Readfleld,
for many years extensively known in
business and political circles in eastern
Maine, and a nephew of the wife of
Tho Shanghai Courier, China, says
that the appointment of Commodore
Shufoidt, United States navy, to tho
comma I of the Chinese navy, has given
special satisfaction to American resi
i dents iu China. It protests, however,
that the choice has no such significance
as ha been attributed to it, out shows
only that the Chinese government has
desired "to distribute its favors impar
tially and to put different departments
under the commaud of foreigners of
An extraordinary case of suicide hits
occurred at Duckiulield, Cheshire, the
victim being a girl named Amelia
.Birch, aged 12 years, daughter of Eliz
abeth Birch, a widow. It appears that
the girl has been from tinio to tinio
intruded with small sums of money to
pay debts owing by her mother to pro-vision-dealers
and other shopkeepers,
but iustead of paying the accounts, it
transpired that she had in some in
stances appropriated the money aud
forged the signatures of the tradesmen :
in a small book in which the accounts
were kept I his fact came to the
knowledge of Mrs.- Birch, and sho
taxed the deceased with the theft.
Shortly after tho girl left the houso to
go to her work at a neighboring mill.
She did not return to breakfast, and
on search being made her pinafore,
drcs3, aud clogs were found on the
bank of the mill lodge or pond, and on
the water being dragged her lifelcM
body was recovered.
No Good Preaching.
No man can do a good job of work,
preach a good sermon, try a law suit well,
doctor a patient, or write a good article
wncn he Icels miserable and dull, with
sluggish brain and unsteadily nerves, and
none should make the attempt in such a
condition when it can be so easily and
cheaply removed by a little Hop Bitters.
See other column. Albany limes.
Uolliri-s! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are vou disturbed at nieht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in ail cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
No Matter W hat Happens
You may rest assured that you are safe in
being speedily cured by Thomas' Eclectric
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. Ono trial only is necessary
to prove its efficacy. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Hundreds of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker s Ginger Tonic are tho best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth,
You can find these in every community
Post. Sec advertisement.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the . world for cuts,
bniisea, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
otter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. K. O'IUha
FREE OF COST.
Dri King's New Discovery for Cunsump
I..- nT,. inil Cnliti MDlkmn llmnrlltlH
tc.t ia given away in trial bottles free of
rinat . i. jn:Mi,.4 Tfni ti . a uuunri.
(O Uv Blllltiu, 4.1 jvju iinvu t w
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
now or any affection of tho throat or lungs
V... " . . . 3.. .
v an means givo this wonderiui remeuy
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity puss. Wo
.u. umaiiora, and would not give tun
remedy awav imiu.. u wnnld nc
,l i -".unci ni) nuin it
complish what we claim for it. Thousands
u uupeiuHs cases have alroady been com
pletely cured by it. Tbere i('no modicins
in the fcorld I that will cure one-halt tho
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For salo by Geo. E.O'llara, drugging
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CQSTIVENESS::::::- :::z::PIMPLES AND BI0TCHES;::::.::::::r:LlVER COMPLAIN
Used to says: "Boys, if your blood U out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down
in kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative proper
ties put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Bitters. Price f 1.00, trial size 10
A Llheral Offer.
Wacrner & Do. Mirhirrun A v. A. .Tarkanni
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc.. for the cure of Nervous nubili
ty and other diseases, frei, for examination
ana inai oclore purchasing. These rJlec-
triC Device am thn invpntinn nf Dr TV A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
biitimuu vo oe me oniy raecinc iTeviccs or
Appliances tor the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, And before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I
graduated in medicine, but left a lucrative
practice for my present profession. 40 years
ago. I was for many years a sufferer from
quinsy; "Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured me."
1 was also troubled with hoarseness, and
Thomas' Eclectric Oil always relieved me.
My wife and child had diplhcria, and
"Thomas Eclectric Oil cured them," and if
taken in time it will cure seven times out ot
ten. I am confident it is a cure for the
most obstinate cold or cough, and if any
one will take a small teaspoon and half fill
it with the Oil, and then place the end of
the spoon in one nostril and draw the Oil
out of the spoon into the head by sniffing
as hard aa they can until die Oil falls over
into the throat, and practice that twice a
week, I don't care how offensive their head
may be, it will clean it out and cure their
catarrh. For deafness and earache it has
done wonders to my certain knowledge. It
is the only medicine dubbed patent medi
cine that I have ever felt like recommend
ing, and I am very auxious to see it in every
place, for I tell you that I would not lie
without it in my bouse for any considera
tion. I am now suffering with a pain like
rheumatism in my right limb, and nothing
relieves me like Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. P. Crane, Corry, Pa.
We are strongly disposed to regard that
person as the liest physician who does most
to alleviate human suffering. Judged from
this standard. Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233
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
A Good Square Meal
is too often followed by a disordered stom
ach, symptoms of dyspepsia ot indigestion.
Every miserable dyspeptic m the land
should know that he can be cured by a
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitters.
Price 1 1 .00, trial size 10 cents.
OPENED J UNE FIRST.
It U situated In Pope County, Illinois. In snur
of the Ozark Mountains, half way between Vlcnn
ana uoicona. it
Surroundings are Delishtfnl
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICK IN ABUNDANCE. The table I spread
with all the delicacies of the season. The
waters are mineral, apputlElng and health Riving,
and tnoir ponenctai cnecis are wit immoaiateiy.
j. it. hkuwk, proprietor.
A DMINISTRATOR'B SALE.
Public notice Is hereby given that In pureiitnce
or an order ann decree tnanu ana euturud Iu and liy
thecounty conrt of Aluaudor county, Rtato of 111!
nni. at tho J line tvrtn thereof. A. I) . 18S1. in a o r
tain ran wherein Jacob RIrrIr as administrator
ol the estate of William M. Athertnn, deceased,
wasnisiutia, andiiudsAiiicrtnn, Fraud I). Atber
ton, Thomas .1. Cralir, Murla J. ItlKule. Kranr.i M.
Alherti n. Kehecra J, Athnrtnn, Haxekiah M. AtU
erion.Luln J. Atherton. William J. Athartun,
Thnmas D. Atherton. KHaahelh Wlrki-r. Klllnh M.
feeler, Kllen Touny, Smith Young, Franol
Yuunii, .Tame M. CraTu, Kmma Crsltf, Alice Craig,
Marv ( rale, Slr.sda Klnrh. John Godwin
Joseph (loci win and Tliotna J . Craig, guardian of
Mini ,i. ana nuiiam j , Ainorion, were numnaants,
l.llinlindt'rslctird.asauch adinlulslrator aforesaid,
will proceed to sell the outh cast Quarter of the
South wet quarter of suction number twentjr alx
(ail and ihe west half of the north cast quarter and
the rasl half ol the north west nuarter of auction
number thirty-five CM, all In township number
fifteen (15) soi'th ranire number twoCJI. weat of the
the third principal meridian, In Alexander
eountr, stale or Illinois, on Thursday, September
first 1W1, at eleven o'clock; In tho forenoen, at tbo
railroad station notisem "lloaije. rark," in said
county. The terms of sale are ono-half cash down
aud tbo other hall In one rear with six iter cent In
terest, secured lV uote and mortgage on promise
old. And at toe same time ann place, the under
loiierl as auch administrator, will sell at nubile
sale the following described lot In tbo town of
"Hodges I'ark," in sail county, namely: Lot num
ber seven (7) In block number four lot num
bers four aud six (4) nd (n) Iu block number flvo
(Hi Iota number four (41 ard
alttlit (ft) In . block number six
(ill: lots number eight!.) and ten (10), In block
number rnvnn (7); lot oumhet eight (H) In block
number fourteen (14); lot number sevun (T) In
block number fifteen (15); lot numbers one (1)
and three (A) In block number cventoon; lot num
ber flve(R) In block number twenty-one (itl); lot
number six (A) In block ntimhar twenty-two (ia!)t to
pursuance or decree and order ofsald county court
mdn and entered at thsJnly terra tbersor, A, D.,
Inho, In a curtain case wherein the ssm parties
above named war plaintiff ane) defendants, Hald
lots to bo old on tbo sme terms above pecl
(ldd.rfiVipt where tho Sal 1. Mr a sum aot x
ceodlng ten dollars ; th sam mit b paid at the
tins of tho purchsse Raid sale art to be mad
for tho purpoco of paylar debt or the said estate
July 24. 1681, Administrator, etc.
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Worth Its Weight ' m Gold.
EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND ' NOLDS.
HEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND I OLDS.
HEUMATISH. COUGHS AND VOLDS.
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. 8CHUII. Drue!'. Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. Freeman. J!1?.1!0 -Vmnil
Dyes. For brightness nnd durability of
pounds, price 15 ceota.
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CIANS of EUROPE and AMEKICA.
The most Valuable
Family Remedy 1
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Alio for
Contthi. Colds, Sore Throat, Crenp
49Try them. 25 and 60 cent sues
6 BAND MED AI. AT THE PHIUADFXPHIA EXPOmTIOW.I 7 "
MLVEK ED AL AT THE PAKli EXTOSITION. COLGATE & C0..H.T.
For sale by 0. W.' Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE BQU1T ABIE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
liiO BROADWAY NEW YORK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
- TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W.N.CBAINE, General Manager for Illinois, iow'a,: Mriwkft, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, CWcajo.
33. A. BURNETT, Agent.
(Xjrner Twelfth St., and Wasliiiigton Aye., u&lro, liuicia
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PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
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Vaaeline Cold Cream,
vaseline campaor lee.
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and Diphtheria, etc
of all oar goods.
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