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S2f CURE T2&
Tlioltiadloifrklontlataol to.aay air that rnoat
fllacaaea are f amed by diHordored Kiilniiye or Mv.
er. II, tnetdoru, Ilia Kldncya and Llvur arc kopi in
perfect ordur, perfect health will be tho ruault.
I till troth ha only been known a aliort time and
for yrara people a-iffornd great atony without be
ing able to And rollid. Tint dlwovery of Warner'
Hafu Kldnoy and Mvur Cure luurka a now era In
the trvatmunt of thunn trmililea. SUdii from a
lmple tropical Ittaf of rare value, It rontalne Jiial
the element niscemary to nourlab and Invigorate
both of theaa great orgina, and aaMy rcatorn end
keep them lu order, ft la a 1'OrWTlVK KKMKliV
for all the dlaxaaea that cauao paina In tliu lower
Dart of the hody-lor Torpid l.lver-ll-.alarri:-Jaundlce
l)laalnni tiravol Knver. Ague -Mala-jtal
Kever, and all dilllcultici of the Kldncya, Liver
and Urinary Ordain.
It la an rxcollent and aafe remedy lor fumalca dur
ing Pregnancy. It will control Menatruatlon and
la Invaluable for ha .corrhu a or lalllna of the
Aa a Illood I'urlflcr It la uneiialed, for it curet
tho organa that make the blood.
"It aaved my llfe."-K. H. I.akely. Selma, Ala
"It ta the remedy that will euro the many di-
eaaea peculiar to women. "-Motlier'e Maaxine.
"It baa paaaed aevere tuxta and won endorse-
menta from aome of the hlL'heat medic! talent In
the country. "-New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can r;i held
for one moment in comparison with It." Hev. C.
A. Harvey, U D., Waahtniftcm, I). C.
Thla Remedy, whlrh haadone auch wonder, la
pot up In tho LA KM EST MIZKI) MOTTLES of any
medicine o pon the market, and la aoln by d ruirKiat
and all dealer, at Sl.ir per hotlle. Kor Ulab.u-a,
i-D'iitlre for VVAHVBK a SAFK IlIAKKTEti CL'KK
llii a I'OSITIVK Krnedy.
U. II. WAKXKK A CO., Korheater, N, V.
MBS. LYDIA E. PINKHA.M!
Or LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tho PoalrWa Cnra
For all Female Complaints. .
Ibli preparation, aj 111 nam elirnlflc, eoniljU ot
Tagsubl lm(mrtiea that ax harmluae to Uw moat del
icate tartUd. Cpon on trial lh mnta ot thia Com
puaod will ba itxMtiilaod, aareUef la lmmUati and
whanlUaaelacontUiuM, In ninety Dine cajee In a bun.
drd,api)nDaiicnteunlapiriTtd,aath'iaaaDi1a will t
ttfy. On anooant of t!a proves merlta, It la today r
ommaiMled and praaerlbad by the heat phyalclma la
It will enra entirely the wont form nf falUn
ot Um nterua, Uvorrhcra, Irregular and painful
ktAcutrutttoD, all Ovarian Trou hi Innammatloa and
Ckeratlon, Klowlltiea, all Dlaplaremrnta and the coo
aaqaantaploal wrajrwaa, and la eapertally adapted to
tba Chang ot Ufa, It will diaaolr and npel tumor
tram thutru In an early ataga of dvelnpmnt. Tba
tendeney to eanrenxia humora there la checked very
ipoedUy by In oaa.
la faet It haa proved in h th graat
aat and beat remedy that ha ver town dlaeover
ad. It permeate every portion of the ayatem, and give
new Ufaand vigor. It remove falntnem.flatuleney, da
atroy all craving for atlmnlant, and reuaves waakneaa
f tba atomarh
fc cure Bloating, Hnadai-he, Mervona rroat ration,
Oeneral Debility, gleepleaanew, Deprmalon and Indl
gMtloc That feUng of bearing down, earning pain,
weight and backache, I alwaya permanently cured by
liana. ItwUlatalltlmea.andunderall elrcumitan
eaa, art In harmony withth Uw that govern th
For Kidney Complaint of elt bar aei thia compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at t9 and tt& WeeUrn Avenue, Lynn, Maaa.
prte 1.00. 81a bottle for M0. Bent hy mall In tb
form of pills, alao In tba form nf txiengm, on reoelpl
of prte, II.O0, per hni; for elthor. Mra. I'lNiCIlAM
freely anawora all litteni of inquiry. Bond for pam
phlet Addreaa aa above .Vnilion fau fxtprr.
No family ahonld be without LTD1A F. PINK RAM'
taVKRrOJA They eiire Conitlpatlon, BUlouanaaa
andTomldltv of thelJvrr tn rente tier taix.
KOR BALE HY DKUOOISTH.
UICHAltDSOX & CO., St. LoiiiB, Mo.
Wholeaale acenla for LYDIA E. I'INKHAM'8
HANEY'8 TUADR MANUALS - Painler.Wcta
Caroenter. til. Watchmaker, and Jeweler, Ml
Kaker. 5i. Candvmakcr, i. Taxidermist, Ni,
Ullder. SO. Furniture and Cabinet Finisher, M).
Artist, &. rioapmaker, S. Horse shoes, 2r.
Wood oncraver. 'J", Of buoksullora or by mall.
JBSSK It AN EY A CO., 119 Nassaa slroet N . X.
To Nervoaj Hiin'treni The Ure at European Riir-ertv-l'r.J.
B. Hlmpaon'aHpeclllit Metllclnn.
Dr. J. B. Blmpson'a Specific Medicine Is a posi
tive euro for Spermatorrhea, Imnotency, Wenknesa
and all dlseaaes resulting from Self-Ahnse, aa Nor
votiaDfhlllty. Irritability, Mental Analoly.Lancunr,
Lasalttttlo, llopression of Spirit and functional du
raniiementa of the Nervous System cenerally rains,
in lWUnrSldo. Loss nf Memory, Premature Old
Ago and dtseasea
that lead to Con
ty autl an enrly
grave, or both.
No matter how
system may be
any Kind, a short
courae of thia meillniiiu will rusturu li.e lost. I unc
tions and procure health and happiness, whero he
foro waa despoudoncy and gloom The Specific
Medicine la being used with wonderful . suc
cors. Pamphlets sent froo to all. Write for them and
get full particulars,
I'rlce, Specific, It .on per package, 01 tx pnxk
agea lor .la. Will be sent by mall on receipt of
money. Address all orders,
,1. H. SIMPSON'S MEDIC1NK CO.,
No. 104 and lot! Main St.. Buffalo, N. T.
TO Y0UNO MEN ANDOTIIKU8.
We send on trial for thirty days our Klectro-Vol-talc
Belts, Band! and Suspensories, to young men
and others nilTerlBg from weakneasea. norvoua de
bility, lost vitality, lout manhood, and tunny other
diloases, Wo guarantee speedy cures and com-
Sleta rtiitoratlon of manhood. Address without
olay, VOLTAIC BE LT CO. MarahaVl Mich.,
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mnnta, both a to ratea of charge and inannei ol
diaplayliiK their favora.
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a I met 1 where adverttalng contract may b made
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ni'inuacrtpta will not be returned.
Letter and communication should be addreaaad
"R. A. Burnett Cairo IIIIdoI "
To win. work and waid but work a
good deal more than yon wait.
Itcautifiil are the admoniiioru of him
wtioso lift accords with hi.s tcftcliingi.,
Marriageable young num belong to
tho Hiirplns population.
QuitrreU would bo short-lived if the
wrong wore only on one side.
Good tamper U like a sunn? day; it
ho,(is a brightness over everything; it
is the swHotener of toil and the soother
The universal heart of a man blesses
flowers. He has wreathed them around
the cradle, the marriage altar, and the
Those are mock gentlefolk who mask
their faults to others and to themselves;
the true know them porfectly and ac
Socrates said that there are two
sciences which every man ought to
learn first, the scienofl of speech, and,
econd,the morediflicult one of silence.
Menial pleasures never cloy. Unlike
those of the body, they are increased
by repetition, approved of by reflection,
and strengthened by enjoyment.
A more glorious victory cannot be
gained over another man than,tis,
that when the injury began on his part,
tho kindness should begin on ours.
Adhere rigidly and tiudeviatingly to
truth; but while you expres what is
true, express it in a pleasing manner.
Truth is the picture, the manner is tho
frame that displays it to advantage.
Thoio passionate persons who carry
their hearts in their mouths are rather
to be pitied than feared, their threaten
i'ngs serving no other purpose than to
forearm him that is threatened.
Life is divided into three terms that .
which was, which is, and which will be. "
Let us learn from the past to profit by
the present, and from the present to
live better for the future.
After all the talk of scholars, there .
are but two sorts of government ones
where men show their teeth at each'
other, aud one where men nhow their
tongues and lick tho foet of the strong- (
There is no better way to live healthi
ly and happily than to cultivate aJ
temperament wherein the most contra-1
dictory qualities and properties of the -organism
are perfectly counterbalanced ,
Our lives are like some complicated 1
machine, working on one side of a.
wall, ami delivering the finished fabric .
on the other. We cannot cross the bar
rier and see the end. The work is in (
our handsthe completion is not.
The hills of lofty endeavor and high
achievement lie all around us, and if .
we never catch a glimpse of the views .
they afford, we need not complain that
it is because of the insuperable limita-
tion of our surrounding.
1.1 a 1 aa
poison of Tobacoo.
A rather unusual case of poisoning
by nicotine has occured lately in a Paris .
suburb. The victim a man in the.
prime of life, hair been cleaning his
pipe with a clasp knife; with this he ac
cidentally cut one of his lingers subse
sequontly.but as the wound was of a triv
ial nature ho paid no heed to it. Five
or six hours Inter, however, the cut
linger grew painful and became much
swollen; the inflammation rapidly
spread to the arm nnd shoulder, the
patient suffering such intense pain that
he was obliged to betake himself to
bud. Medical assistance was called,
and ordinary remedies proved ineffect
ual. The sick man, questioned as to
the manner in which fe cut hiniself.nx
plained tho use to which the pocket
knifo had been applied, adding that be
had omitted to wipe it after cleaning
tho pipe. The case was now under
stood, and the patient's state becoming
alarming:, he was conveyed to the hos
pital. There tho doctors deoi.led am-
putation of the arm to be the ouly liopo
of saving the patient's life, and this
whs immediately done. His life was
uaroiysavcu. wo wonder smokers so
often have sore and poisoned mouths
cancer of tho lips, and like troubles. '
Ball Room Experience,
A new Idea has recently been much
commented upon, and found great fa
vor in Parisian society. At I o'clock
in me morning, instcau 01 1110 same)
eternal punch and torbct an cafe.
trays of Mariana wine are handed
round. This magical stimulant in
stantaneously inspires uew vigor to the
tired dancers, and waltzing recom
mences until daybreak. We hail not
implicit confidence in this delicious
. wine, but experience has convinced us.
At the Chinese ball an aired crentloinan
who bad taken two glasses, wait-sod un
til 7 in the morning, ana probably Is
DAILY 0AIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING,
Henry Olay'0 Courtesy.
I think I never saw a more perfect
gentleman than Henry Clay, tie was
always considerate of the feelings of
his brother man, and even when sorely
tried never said or did anything whloh
could possibly ofl'end the lowliest of
them. I recall an instance of this.
There lived here iu former years a
man named Qarbard, who, though a
rough fellow, was an in dent admirer of
Mr. Clay and a personal acquaintance.
During one of Mr. Clay's visits Gar
bard came up to tho Springs, arriving
at night in a sad condition ot intoxicn
tion. Ho wanted to know where Mi,-,
Clay was, and insisted upon seeing
him. With somo dilllculty we persuad
ed him that he must wait until morn
ing, and he finally said: "Well, iust
let me see his foot tracks; that will do
The next morning I started with a
friend to Mr. Clay's houso, and found
him surrounded with distinguished
gentlemen, both of this country and
abroad. There were Senators and
Judges and foreign Ambassadors pres
ent, all engaged in discussing, 1 be
lieve, some intricate question of for
eign policy. The gentlemen present
would throw out somu problem or oth
er, like a tub to a whale, for Mr. Clay
to play with, as it were. Mr. Clay was
seated at tho end of the room furthest
from the door when who stiould come
marching into the room but Mr. (Jar
bard, lie had with him, too, an Ital
ian dwarf, in fantastic dress, with bells
on bis bat, who was a ventriloquist and
a mountebank generally. Ot course
the appearance of such a couple in
such an assemblage created no little
(iarbard pulled his hat off, and
marching tip to the man of Ashland,
said: "Good morning, Mr. Clay."
"Good morning, Mr. Garbard," said
"Well, Mr. Clay." continued the oth
er, "I know you are a good judge of
men and are fund of mustc.so I brought
this man up to amuse you. He can
imitate any kind of an animal iu the
world, and I'll have him go through his
programme fur you."
Everybody else in the room was
bashed at the man's forward manner,
but Mr.Clay arose and stepped forward
as though he was interested in the ex
treme. Then the fellow began his imita
tions, I could not stand it, and went
out of the room, as did many others.
Finally, Mr. Clay went up to tho fel
low, and, taking a $5 bill from his
"1 appreciate your efforts, butl know
you must bo extremely fatigued from
your exercises, and trust you will not
attempt anything further," aud the man
The discussion was never resumed,
and the paity all came down on to tne
grounds after that, but it was the
finest exemplilication of "a step from
the sublime to the ridiculous" that 1
ever witnessed. Dr. Moorman in the
its anoui an even ttiing between
man and the orange peel. Sometimes
the man throws the orange peel into
the gutter, and sometimes the orange
peel throws the man into the gutter.
A Texas man has been locked np be
cause be thought he was delegated by
God to kill all lawyers, doctors, and
members of the legislature.
The Bwit Proof of Merit
is uniform success, and on this basis War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is with
out doubt one of the greatest remedies in
Peks'. suffering from impure blood, or
whose health is giving way, either as min
isters or those who 6tudy closely, will find
in Fellow's Syrup of Hypophosphites the
mateiial to build them up and tho tonic to
keep them there. Db. C. Clay.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child sufferlncf and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth! it so, ro at once and cut a bottle ot
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 all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
No Matter What Happens
You may rest assured tlmt you are safe in
being speedily cured by Thomas' Eclectnc
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. One trial only is necessary
to prove its efficacy. Taul G. Schuh, Agent.
HuNDKKDR of men, women and children
rescued from hods of pain, sickness and
almost duath and made strong and hearty
ny Parker s Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
von can find these in every community
PoBt. Wee advertisement.
Bticklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever soreR,
otter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ot skin eruptions. This salvo
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every caso or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haiu
FliEE OF COST.
Ill- tvinir'a Nnw lliueovcrv fur ('(ilisllllll
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchtis,
clc. is civen away in trial bottles free of
cost to the afflicted. If you have a severe
r.Ollirll r..l1 ,l;iT.n,l1tir nf hroa t h i 11 T. hoHrSC'-
" ' , ILlviti.j v. uiv.m"r1
uess or tiny affection of tho throat or lungs
i... .1, . ... . i ,
"v u means givo tins wonaenui reiM.ii
trial. Ah you valuo your existence you can
not afforrl v lt it.!. ..n.im.itnnu. V(1
,1 1 HMD IJJ'l'VM 11IUIVJ ""
COUld Dot. nfTnivJ . ...,,l.l r,,f nivA rhift
"I, mm nuuni in' a'-
remedy away unless wo knew it would ac
complish what wn claim for it. Thousands
imjiuitua cases have already been cum
plctely cured by it. Ther la no medicim
m tho world that, win Cllre oue.haU tlio
cases that Dr . King's New .Discovery will
euro. For sale by Geo. E.O'Har.drugRibt,
Cairo, Illinois. ' i)
wrwP',iJel I )
- "WIHI MM! HttttHII 1 1 1 H 1 1 I HINtaHl 1 1 1 NtlNH.HMilMiHNMMIMNNMtM
ta , . . , '
Used to says: "Boys, if your blood is 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 tho curative proper
tics put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Bitters. Price 1.00, trial size 10
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. Theso Elec
tric Devices are the iuvention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to lie the only Electric Devices or
Appliances lor tho cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
A Baptist Minister's Experieucc.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thougut ot 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; "I nomas Lclcctnc Oil cured me.
I was also troubled with hoarseness, and
Thomas' Eclectric Oil always relieved me.
My wife and child had dipthcria, and
"Thomas Eclectric Oil cured them," and if
taken in time it will cure seven times out ol
ten. I am confident it is a cure for the
most obstinate cold or cough, and if any
one will take asmall teaspoon and half till
it with the Oil, ami then place the end of
tho spoon in one nostril and draw the Oil
out of the spooii into the head by smiling
as hard as they can until the Oil talis over
into the throat, and practice that twice a
week, I don't care how offensive their bead
may be, it will clean it out and cure their
catarrh. For deafness and earache it has
dune wonders to my certain knowledge. It
is the only medicine dubbed patent medi
cine that I have ever felt like recommend
ing, ami I am very anxious to see it in every
place, for I tell you that I would not be
without it in my house 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. F. Crank, Corry, Pa.
Wk are strongly disposed la regard that
person as the best physician who docs most
to alleviate human suffering. Judged from
this standard. Mrs. Lydia E. Pmkham, 2M
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 ol indigestion.
Every miserable dyspeptic in the land
should know that he can be cured by a
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitters.
Price fl.00, trial size 10 cents.
OPENED J L'NEFIKST.
It li aituatcd In Pope County, Illinois. In annr
of the Ozark Mountain, half way between Vienna
ana uoiconaa. 11a
SiiiTOundinffs are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICR IN ABUNDANCE. Tho tuhl la prad
with all the dellracitt ol the aeaaon. Tim
water Hare mineral, appetising and health Riving,
and their bonetlclal uflVct arc Mr, Immodlatnly.
i. n. bkuwb, proprietor.
A DMINISTRATOH'S SALE.
Public nolle la hereby olvon that In imraiianrB
or an ordrr and (locri-o tnadii and entered In and by
tha county court of Alexander county, atate of 1 1 11
ntla, atthe June term thereof, A. 1) , 11, In a err
tain cauao wheraln Jacob K'kbIh aa ailniluialralor
ol t mi fataix W wiiuam M. Atlierton, iler.ratud.
waa plaintiff, and ,1uda Atln-rtnn, Kram-,1 1). Athi-r
Inn, Thoinaa J . Cralit, Mnrla J, Rlirulo, Kranri M.
Athertnn. Hbcra J. Atherton, IW.ckiah M. Atli
erton, Lulu J Atherton, William J. Alharton,
Thoinaa I. Atherton, Kllaaheth Wicker, Klliah M.
Peeler, Kllnn Ydiiinn, Smith Yoiiiir, Prannla
Young, .lame M. Cralu, Kmma Craltt, Alice Cralir,
Mary Craig, Elr.ada Klnch, .fohn Clodwlii
loaeph (Joriwln and Thomaa J. Craig, guardian of
I, ul ii J. and William J. Atlierton, with defendant,
I. tliHiiiidrli!tii-d,aaaiii-h adminlatraloraforeaald,
will proceed In will Iheaonth oaat quarter of tho
aoulli wet quarter nf auction number twenty ala
('.II) and Hie weat half ot the north eat quarter and
Iheeaal half of the north weat quarter of unci Ion
number thlrly-flvn(.IA), all In (ownahlp number
fifteen (15) aoi'th ranua number two (-J), weat of ihn
the third principal meridian, In Alexander
roiintr, ataluof Ihlnola, on Thiiraday, Hopt-nnbcr
flrat 1HHI, at eleven o'clock In tba Torenonn, al tba
rallroadatatlon hoiiae In "llodgei Park," In tnld
couiily. Thnternia of aalo are one-half caah down
and tho other hall In one year with all per cent In
tereat, aernred by note and inortifnga on premlm-a
(old, And al the aame time and place, ti.e miller
algned aa auch adinlulatrator, will mil at public
aide the following deac.rlbed lota In the town of
"Hodgea Park," la aald county, namely: Lot onni
heraevnn(T) In block number fonr (4); lota num
bera four and ilx (4 and (tt) In block number five
(KV, lot nnmtier four (4) ard
eiphl. i In block nnmlwr ' alx
(V, lot number right R) and ten (10), In block
number aeven (7); tot number right (H) In block
number fourteen (U); lot Dumber aoven (7) In
block number fifteen (15): lota niimhor onn (I)
aud three (8) In block nitmbor aeveataon; lotnnm
her Ave (M la block number twenly one (ill); lot
number lis W In block number twenty-two CM), In
pnraiiaure of (decree and order of laid county coartr
madu and entered at tho ilnly term t hereof, A, I).,
1HHU, In ar.ertala caae wherein the aama partlea
above named wera nialntllTand defendanta. Halrl
lota to lio aold en tr-o aame term aa ahoa apenl
fled, except where tho aalo la for a am not. ex
ceeding ten dollar: the aama moat V paid at tho
lltnenr tho purchaao. Paid aalna are to he mad
for the purpoie of paylugdobtiof th auld eatato.
July 29, 1881. Admlutitrator, ate.
.AUGUST 7, 1881.
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Worth Its "Weight in Gold.
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EHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
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Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. FreemanB' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability- of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Alio for
Cona-bJ. Cold. Sore Throat. Croup
"Try them. 25 and 80 cent sizes
CBAND MEDAL ATTHK PHILADELPHIA EXPOW1T1QW.1 1 1 i i i
MILVEK HEDAL AT THIS PAJUH EXPOSITION. COLGATE & CO., H.Y.
For sale by 0. AV. Heinlerson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
1'eiO BROADW AY NEW YORK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CEAINE, General Mawujer for Illinois, Iovft, Nebraska, wd the
Territories, im Dearborn Street Chicago.
E. A.. BTJHNETT, Aent.
toner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo; Illinois
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