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The leading KcIniiKin ot to-nay aKrefl that, mont
ataeeaes aru cauaed Ii AUirAr..A k ... 1 i
n.f .' o't'fwo.ihekldiif.. and I.iver ire knpi id
'""Jwr.pwfuci brail h will ho the result.
J fill truth bun only ben known a short time and
loryeari pooplef iir..rcll i-reiit airnny without Iw
L f d T'ie rf'"r"vry of Warnnr'i
iT KivHr iure wsrifs a nrw ra In
me lratmi:nt of ilia tr,,M... u.,i.. r.. .
itnplo tropical leaf of rar value, it contains Just
,V7T'UB'''cu""ry,,,uni,r1"B nd mviirorate
.....n Kicaiurgini, inn paieiy ri-atnrn and
KMP tflwn in offim It I I'iimiti vir t u u tiv
for all thu dlamaes that canxt pains In tliu lower
part of the hody-lor Torpid I,lver-ll-aiache-Jatindlce-Diszlnaaa
JravKl Koyer. Ague Mela
ilal Kevur. and all illHlcultli-t of the Kidneys, Liver
and I'riuary Organs.
It Is an cxcelluut and safe remedy forfiimalcidur-
DKi-reg-nancy. II win control Menstruation and
la Invaluable for m ,corrbi-a or falling of thu
As a Blood Partner It It nnequalod, for It cures
tbe orsani that make the blood.
HEAD THE HKCORD.
"It savnd my lir."-K. B. I.akcly, 8:Ima. Ala.
'It la the remedy that will cum the many dis
eases Docullar to women. "-Motlier'a Magazine.
"It baa panned aevero tta and woo endoree
nientafrom aomeof thehlithust medical talent In
tbe country." Sew York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can be held
for one moment In comparison with It "Key C
A. Harvey, U D., Washington, D. C.
Thla Remedy, which hadonc such wonder, la
pnt up In tbe LAkHK.fr SIZED BOTTLES of any
awdlclne upon the market, and la aold by d ruglsta
and all deafer at ti pper boltle. Kor iJlalxtcs.
enquire fiirW A KN 8Kb 8AKB DIABETES CTKK
It la a POSITIVE Kemedy.
U. II . WAKNEIt 4 CO., Rochester, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAI.V8
Ti PnltW fere
For all Female Complaints.
TMi preparation, a tta nana atirnifl', eoaabta ot
TayHaLto Propertiaa that ara tuna to Um moat dl
leata Ut1IS. Upon on trial the aaeiita of thla Com
pound will b rwomli4. a irllof la ImiMdlaU i and
whra lu Birla oonllnud, tn alwty nin eaara la a bun.
ini, apwrnanoteurelitflaciadaUiouaandi will Ira
tlfy. On accoont of tt prorm merit, It la tn-day r
eouBwDdNl and praeerlbrd by the beat pbyakrlax In
It will cure entirely tha front fnm nf falllnf
of tbe utorua, Lfoeorrhrra, Irrrg-ular and painful
KMkttraatlan,allOrariaaTToublea, InflaounaUon and
ttcaratioa, floodta, all IHnplaennraU and U ton
aqitanliplnalwa:naa,andl nrlJlj adipUxl M
the Chan of Urn. II will dlamtra and rxpei tumor
from Uioutenulnan rariy U of dTflninfnt. Tha
laodenry to oawvroua human thera li checkFd vary
IpMdlly by Ita uik.
In fart It baa prored to he tha graat
aat and bt miiMly that baa arer bam dlaeonr
ad. It parmaateaenry portion of tha eyataaa, and gtrea
new life and nar. ItmnoTrafalntneiai.rUtulrBry.da
atroy allcraruif for atlmolanU, and reUerra waaknaaa
eat tbe etoraacb
ft rum Bloating, Ileadaebfa, Xerroua Pnwtratlnn,
0oarJ Debility, Blwpleanma, Drpreankut and Indl
faatloa. That feeUna; of bnarlsc down, eauilna pain,
wela;bt and baraacbe, la alway permanantly eortd by
luvae. ItwtllataIltlmea,andundTall drennaUn
eea, art tn bannooy with tb la that (otarna the
Tor Kidney Complaint of either ari thla entnpound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U prepared at tXS and Ot WeaUrn Aronui. Lynn. Maa.
frlcaft.W, Rlz butt lea for Rent by mall In tha
form of pllli, aim In tbe form of taaeniree, on receipt
of price, fl.m, per box, for either. Mr. VtSiOAA
freely anwer all lettn of inquiry. 8nnd for pam
phleC AddraaalxTa MnilUm thtn paper.
No family ahouldt-e without LVD1A E. I'lNKHAJT
UVM PILIA They eura Cotiitlpatlon, BUIouanea
andTonadltyottbeUTer. It cenu oer box.
FOR SALE BY DRITOOISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aetata for LYDIA E, I'INKHAM'b
To Nervous Saffurf ri-TbB Urcat EuroprMi Rerr.
fdT-Pr.J. B. SImpson'8wcltl Modldnc.
Dr. J. B. Slmpcon'a Spoclflc Medicine la a po.
tlye cure for Hpermatorrhea, Impotunry , Weaknea
and all dleaea rcsulilnj! from 8elf Abuio, a Nor
voua Debility, Irritability. Menial Anxiety, Languor,
Laafltudo, fjepreMlon ofSplrllaand fnnctloual do
raneementi of the Servoua 8yturo cenerally Palna
in uacK or Diue, j
Age ana aieaee
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
nattered t h e
ayetem may be
from exc.eaiea of
any aiuu, u-.... iH. tum
rnnmd 01 ub mvuimnv win ivn - - .
tlon7 at?d procure health and happlnoM. "here ho
fo?Swa. tfuKpondency and K job. Jh s.Por ;'"
Medicine is boltiR used with wouderful mc-
'Ta'mphleU tori free to all . Writo for thorn and
get full particular, , . v
Price, Bpocinc. ll.dOpor PackBM.oi fix pack;
ftgea for $5.00, Will be aent by mall on receipt of
money. Artdree all ordora,
J. B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE COy
Noa. 104 and 106 Main St.. Bnflklo. N. Y.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
We mild on trial for thirty day our Electro-Vol-talc
Belt, Hand and Huaponaorloa, to young men
nd othera eutferlng from weakneaau", nervoua do
btllty, lost vitality, lot manhoo.l.and many othef
diaoaaea. Wo gtiarantoo apeody cure and com-
Slete roatoratlon of manhood , AddmM withont
alar. VOLTAtH BELT 00. MarahwU Mich.,
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&o.. 60 cti. Book of Alphabet, 60. Book of Fancy
AlobatwU. 50. Blti, Carriage, .Car, Froaoo, and
DecoraUya PMntlng, 60. Japanoa ornamentation
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Ilook. tl. Scrolls and Omamenta, (Londolnhe) $1.
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letters and eommnnlratlon ahnnld ha aiMMM(
-a. a. nnrnett Cairo Illinois "
A grandma sits lu her great nrtn-chnlrt
Balmily sweet Is tbo sort Spring air.
Jbroiiah tbe lattice), lilac-shadowed puna A
ebe looks to the orchard beyond tbe lane. M
And she catcbes tbe gleam of a woman's dree.
As It flutters about in tbs wind's careea.
"That child is glad as the day Is long
Her lovei Is coming, her life's a song I"
Grandma aternly shakes her bead.
"lA)ye Is folly-that's all!" she said.
ftp from tbe orchard's finw'ry bloom
Hi (an fragrance faint to the dark'nlng room
Where frond ma dreams, till a tender grace
And a aofter llgbt steals Into ber fac.
For once again she Is young and fair,
And twining rosra in bar hair.
Once again, bl.the aa the lark above,
bba Is only a girl, and a girl In love I
he years drop from ber their weary pain I
rbe is clasped in her lover's arms again!
Tbe lait faint glimmer of daylight die;
stars tremble out lu tbe purple sky,4
Er Dora flits up tht garden path,
badly afraid of grandma's wrath.
With roe-rt choeks and riving hair,
bbo nettles down by the old ann-cbeir.
"Grandma- Du k sara-may we-may
Tbe faltering voice grows strangely sby.
Hot grandma prca the Utile hand;
"Yea, my deario-I understand!
"Ho may have you. darling!" Not all in vain
Did grandma drtttin she was young again I
Fbe gently twists a shining H:
"Ah, me! the philosophy of arll
"Take the world's treiure-lts noblest, beat
And love will outweigh all tbe rant!"
And through the casement the moonlight cold
Streams on two beads-one gray, oue gold.
Mr. Spoopendjke Goes A-Fuhing, and
Mrs. S. Goes With Him.
"Say, my dear," savl Mr. Spoopen
dykc, with a social sort of a grin, "now
woulil you like to go fishing?"
"Wouldn't that be perfectly lorelyT'
aqunaled Mrs. Sjioopendyke. "I
never was fishino; in my life, and I al
wavs wanted to try it Where can we
"Well, there aro lots of places around
Brooklyn. La.st summer I saw boys
catch a" good tnanv tish off the dock at
the foot of State Street. We might go
"Jtiat the place." conceded Mrs.
Spoopendyko. 'Perhaps we can catch
some sardinta. I'll bet a spool of
thread I got the first shad!" and in her
glco Mrs. Spoopendyko waltzed across
the rooru and back again.
Mr. Sponpetulyke smiled pleasantly
upon his wife, and started out into the
yard to get some worms, while Mrs.
Spoooendyko rigged herself up for the
"tiot any fish-slicks?" she asked, as
Mr. Spoopendyke returned, rather
warm from his exercise.
"I've gotsomo fishing rods, if that's
what you mean," replied Mr. Spoopen
dyke, "but I could only li tut four
"Can't we break 'cm in two?" in
quired Mis. Spoopendyke, anxiously.
"Could if we had abuzz saw,"grtmt
ed Mr. Spoopendyke. "Come along if
you're coming,1' and thoroughly
equipped for the expedition, Mr. and
Mrs. Spoopendyke sot out for the State
"How long before they bite?" asked
Mrs. Spoopendyke. hoisting her hook
out of the water, and examining the
point of a worm her husband had im
"They'll probably bite at that as soon
as they can borrow a step-laddor," re
torted Mr. Spoopendyko, eyeing the
dangling hook. "If you calculate to
get any fish, you'd bolter let that thing
down in the water."
"Oh!" said Mrs. Spoopendyko, drop
ping the hook. "Do you think I could
catch a goldfish?" sho inquired, aftor a
. "Hil hold on! There, I lost him!"
cjaculatod Mr. Spoopendyke, tiring his
hook up toward the Heights.
"So did 1!" chimed Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, as she foli over backward and
shot hor sinker into Mr. Spoopendyko'a
oar; "I doclaro wo both lost him!''
"What ye doing?" domanded Mr.
Spoopendyko. "What did ye losoP
When I'm pulling In fish, you just sit
still, will yeP Thiukmy head's a fish
pond? Drop it, I toll yet drop It in tha
water. There! Now sit still and fish
Another time I'm pulling In a Spanish
mackorol, you let things alone. You
ma le me loso that fish.
"You ought to have caught him,"
said Mrs.,; Spoopendyke, soothingly;
you fished splondidly for him." .
. "I und'vsland the business, "rejoined
Mr. Spoopendyko, somewhat raollllled.
You see he didn't even get the bait,
big as he was."
, "I'm glad of that, because we've
only got throe worms left. How I'd
like U) catch an oyster! Do you know
' "Histi Sh-b-hl Qtiiet nowl, I've got
him! Soo mo play him! Now, I'll fotch
' him!" and Mr. Spoopendyke vcoled ia
uatil ho lauded aa old boot.
DA1LY OAIRO BULLETIN; THUKSDAY M0RNINGK AUGUST 11, 1881.
"I didn't know ttiat nsn nau ourrs
on. like a chestnut," said Mrs. Spoo
pendyko, quivering with excitement.
"Crack him and lets see what ho is."
"Crack your grandmother!" snorted
Mr. Spoopendyko, shioing the boot up
tho pier. "lie wasn't good to oat,
anyway. I'll get something
"What's tho mutter with iny stick?
Let go. you nasty thing! Hero's another
"Pull him in, cun't yeP You've got a
bite. Haul up!" cried Mr. Spoopen
dyke, trying lo untanglo himself from
his line and help his wifo. "Lift him
out of the water!"
"He won't let me," squeaked Mrs.
Spoopendyko, holding both arms out
full length. "Take him off! Scat! Go
'way, you monster!"
"Lift your polo straight up in tho
air!" shouted Mr. Spoopendyke.
"Hoist tho dod-gastod thing right up!"
Mrs. Spoopendyko exerted horsolf
and disclosed an eel, dangling.
"It's a rattlesnake!" sho yollod.
"Don't go noar him! Fire! lire! mur
der! police! police-o-e!"
"Hold your yawp, will -yeP" bawled
Mr. Spoopendyke. "Get him over the
dock so I can catch him! What yo hold
ing him out there for? Waiting for him
to dryP Stick that pole straight up in
the air, I toll ye!"
Mrs. Soopcndyke threw the polo
over hor shoulder, and flopped tho eel
into Mr. Spoopendyko'a countenance.
"Dod-gast the measly eel!" ho howled
as ho spit it out "Stop waving that
slam-basted lighnting-rod like a flag, will
ye? Hold it still, I say! Think your a
treeP" J 3
"Don't touch him! Throw him over
hoard! Ho'll sting you to death!" gur
gled Mrs. Spoopendyko, and forgetting
that the pole still excercised an influ
ence over the eel, sho gave it a jerk,
and it slipped through Mr. Spoopen
dyke's tinkers. That gentleman made
a spring for it, and swashed into the
'Hou! blab! baa! waggle, glu, hie,
eta f?:lr3;lo!" sputtered Mr. Spoopen
dyke, as some lightermen fished him
"Did you catch cold, dear?" inquired
Mrs. Spoopendyke, with solicitude, as
they made their way homo.
"If I did, I lauded it," growled Mr.
Spoopendyke, blowing mud liko the ex
haust of a tug.
"Anyway, I caught an eel, didn't I?"
asked Mrs. Spoopeudyke, carrying out
a woman's idea of comforting a man
with tho only thing he don't want
"Oh! you caught it!" ripped out M
Spoopendyke. "You're a lish woma
with tho only thing he don't want to
you are. All you want now is some
glass sides and bubbles running through
vou to bo an aquarium! Another time we
both go tishing, you stay home! You
And with this novel mathematieal
suggestion, Mr. Spoopendyke hunted
himself to his domicile, and took a rum
sweat Brooklyn Engle.
The Wrong House.
Not long sinco a couple were married
at North Orange.Mass. The bride's
home was in Iloyalston, nine miles di
tant; but she had many friends in North
t ,1 " a. a
wrange, ana me orass Danu tooK a
barge and went out upon tho evening
of the wedding-day to serenade tho
It was not late when tl.ey arrived at
home in RoyaJston, but darkness
shrouded the hottso, and sojfng a cot
tago brightly lighted a little further on,
they concluded it must bo the place
they were in search of ; so they a
proachod noiselessly, in order to sur
prise the happy pair, and, having
formed in fr uit of the honse. struck up
oue of their most gay and festive airs.
At the close a gentleman appeared
at the door and nsked for the leader.
Visions of ice-cream, pies, and cake,
began to rise before us; but instead
there was a break for tho barge, when
the leader rushod back and exclaimed,
in a stage whisper, "Good thunder,
boys! get out of this, rpiick! We are
serenading a corpse!" Portland
m a .
All kinds of burns, scalds, and sun
burns are almost immediately relieved
by the application of a solution of soda
to the burnt surface. It must be re
membered that dry soda will not do
unless it is surrounded with a cloth moist
enough to dissolve it. This method of
sprinkling it on and covering it with a
wet cloth is often tho very best Hut
it is siitlicient to wash tho wound re
peatedly with a strong solution. It
would be well to keep a bottle of it al
ways on hand, mado so strong that
more or less settles on the bottom. This
is what is called a saturated solution,
and roally such a solution as this is
formed when the dry soda is sprinkled
on and covered with a moisteaed cloth.
It is thought by some that the pain of a
burn is caused by the hardening of tbe
albumen and relieves the pressure.
Be Wise and Happy.
If you will stop all your extravagant and
wrong motions in doctoring yourself and
families with expensive doctors or humbug
euro-alls, that do harm always, and use only
nature s simple rcmouios lor all your tul
ineuta you will bo wise, well and happy
and savo 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.
Tho demand of the people for 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 saves all the labor of preparing, and as it
is equally efficient it is preferred by many
persons. Kidney-Wort always and cvory
whore Droves itself a nerfect romcdv .Buf
Ladies who annreciatn nleiranco and
Purity aro using Parker's Hair Balsam, It
tho best articlo sold for restoring gray
"air to its original color and beauty.
im Sff Up Nlghta.
rSnr;5;ai:alk,n,Creek cntcr' n. y,
writes ahe had bon troubled with asthma
for lour yeara. Had to ait up night alter
night with it, and wa. ultimately cured by
two bottles of Thomas Electric Oil.
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COSTIVKNESB;:::; .":::::FIMPLES AND BLOTCHES-
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner &, Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send F'.cctric Belts,
Bands, etc., for tho cure of Nervous Debili
ty fid tber diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices aro the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, ami are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
A Congh. Cold or Snra Thrimf.
should be stopped. Weglcct frequently re
sults in an incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach liko cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Astnma, .Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Sinirers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Bold at 25 cents a
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cut.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This Balvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every cast, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haiu
The highest hopes and interest of the
race rest on the puritv. health and strength
of womanhood. We take pleasure in refer
ring our readers to the remarkable efficacv
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound in all that class of diseases from
which women suffer go much.
INSTANT PAIJN RELIEF
Is a wonderful and Immediate enre fur all acbes
IVCbeumatlsm, Neuralgia, Headache. Ear
ache, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, etc.
Sold at all Druggists.
Wholesale depot 83 John St. N. Y.
Send for circular.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It Is sitnated In Pope County. Illinois. In a spur
of the Ozark Mountains, half way between Vienna
and Uolcooda. Its
SuiTowidings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICS IN ABUNDANCE. The table Is spread
with all the delicacies of the season. Ilia
water are mineral, appetizing and health giving,
biiu un.'ir oenenciHi eiuxia aru leu immediately.
ti. u. Biiuwfl, rropneior.
k DMINISTRATOK'S SALE.
Public notice is hereby eivon that in mirananra
ot an order and nncrce mado and entered In and hy
tbocountycourt of Alexander county, state of Illi
nois, at the June term thereof, A. U , 11. In a tor
tain cause Wherein Jacob Rtuffln . aitmlniatratnr
m me eiai oi "imam in. Atbcrton. deceased.
waapiaiuiiii,anadDnaAinertnn, Francis 1. Atner
ton, Thomas J. Crale, Maria J. Higgle, Francis M,
Athertnn. Rebecca J. Athertnn, Hezekiah M. Ath'
er toil. 1,11 1 11 J. Athorton. William J. ALhnrtun.
Thomas I). Athertnn, Ellai-belh Wicker, Elijah M.
ruuiur, Mien loniig, nmuti Young, Francis
Young, James M. Crslir, Emma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary t'raitr. Elr.nria Kinrh. .Inhn fi.xtufn
loaeph Godwin and Thomas J. Craig, guardian of
1.U1U aim miiiainu. uaerion, were deiendants,
I. tlioundernlBDed.au such a(inilnltrijrfnrll
will proceed to sell tbe south east quarter of tbe
aoiitn wen quarter or section number twnntv-aii
ai) and the west half of the north east quarter and
number thirty-live (3M, all lc township number
artecn (IS) aoctb range number two (2), wont of tho
tho third prlncilial meridian. In. Alr-mnd...
lucrwi iinii oi mu nnriu wgrl niiaruvr nr a.trtinn
eouniv, staiu ot Illinois, on Thursday, September
uri iwi, aieioven o uiock in me lorenoeti, at tho
railroad station house in "Hodges Park," In suid
connty. The terms of sale are one-half cash down
and tho other hall In one year with sU perceut in
terost, secured by note and mortgage on promises
sold. And at the same time and place, tbo under-
sinned as such admlnlatralnp. arill .U KII
salo the following described lots in tbe town of
"tionges i-ara," in sail county, namely: Lot num.
ber seven (7) in block number four i4); lots nnm-
iwrs lour aua six w anil (0) in Dloc'i number Ovo
(ft); lots number four () ard
eight (K) In block uumher six
(id; iota numners oight(S) and tn (10), In block
number seven (7); lot nnmbur eight (S) lu block
number fourteen (14); lot number seven (7) In
block number flftoen (15): lots numbers one 11)
and three (:l) In block number seventeen; lot num
ber (lve( 5) In block number twenty-one (JO: lot
numncr six (") in Diock nnmncr twonty two (22), In
puransnre of a decree and order of said county conrt
made and ontcred at the Julv term thereof. A. D..
1HH0, in a certain case wherein thu same parties
ahovo named were nlalntilTand defendants. Said
lots to bo sold on the same terms aa ahovo speci
fied, except where tho salo is for a sum not ex
ceeding ten dollars; the name must be paid at tho
tlmeot the purchase. Said sales are to be mado
for the purpose at payingdebta of the said ostato.
JAl'UB It lUULfi.,
July 28, 1881. Administrator, etc.
DMINSTRATOK'S NOTK'K or FILING
l FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Statu of Illinois, Alexanderconnty, ss.
To the creditors and all others Interested in said
You are hereby notified thnt ou Monday, the lflth
day of Hnpemobor, 1HRI, tho executor of said
estate.wlll present to tho county court of Alexander
county, atclty of Calro.Illlnola, their flnal report of
Ibelr acta aud doings as such sdmlnlstrator
and ask the court to bo discharged from any
mil all further itiitloa and resiuinslhlllllna eonnnrt.
od with saH estate, and the administration, thereof,
at which time and place you may be present and
st such application, u you choose so to do,
HiMltSlM S MtM.
by rAULG. sghuh. catro.
Worth Its Weight
EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMATJSM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMATISH. COUGHS AND
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUII, Drupgint,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
Congha. Cold, Sore Throat Croup and
&Trj them. 2S and 60 cent sixes of
SSAND MEDAL AT THE PHILADIXPHIA -''"" I " a
klLVKU MEDAL AT THi PABW EXPOSITIO.N. COLGATE & C0.,li.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
iliO BROADWAY NEW Y O 11 K
'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, anil tbe
Territories, m Dearborn Street, Chicago.
3S. A.. BTJKlsriilTT, Amenta
Corner Twelfth St., and Washingtou Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color nre unequalled. Color from 2 to f)
Articles from pure
Vaseline anch as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Xce,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an rlor la aar alMllar odm.
Etc Also for
An agreeable form oftak
ing Vaseline internally.
all our goods.
insuracc to a decree before