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The leading Hcluntlita oi lo-uny acrou that nioni
dtaeaaea art ciutd by dlaurdurud Kidueyi or Llv,
r. 11, tliiuefora, the Kidney and Liver arc kept m
perfect order, perfect health will be the result.
I Oil truth ha odIt been known
abort time aud
jy without be-
for yeare people inifcred great aiouy wliliniit
ahls to And reliul.
The dlirjivuryof Wurmr'i
Jure Biarki a new em In
i" I . .41..,. .. . tar
Kidney aud l.lver Cure murk
me ireatmuui or these troniilo. Mado rroiu a
!aipli tropical leaf ol rare value, It conulna Juit
the elamnnunecenary to nourlib aud invigorate
both of tluie (reat Drum, and nafely rentnre and
keep theia to order. It la a I'OSITI VK KKMKDV
for all the dlw-aw that r.au paina In th luwer
fart of the todv-lor Torpid I.tver llradadiw
Jaundice filxxlaeM ravel Paver. Aitue Mala
Jial Kevur, and all difficult ie of the Kidney, Liver
tod Urinary Organt.
It Wan excellent and tafu remed v for fumalui dur
ing Preifnanry. It will control Mermiruatlun and
li Invaluable for Le corrh-ca or filling or the
At a Blood Purifier it la tuieqiialed, fur It tuna
tbe organ that make the blood.
"It aaved my lite."-K. B. Lakely. Scliua. Ala.
"It la the remedy that will enru the many di
raw! iwcullar to Wviineo.1' .Molher.'a Maanlne.
"It hn paiaed aevere lat and won eiidome
menu from rtmeof theulttheat uiediral talent iu
the country.' New York World.
"No remedy beratororn diacovered ran be held
for one moment iu compartion with It " Itev. CI.
A. Harvey, i) D , Waihlngton, D. C.
Thli Remedr, which ha done mirh wonder. I
put np in the LAKUEnT HlKD HOTTI.Ks of any
medicine upon the market, and ia sold by druri;iti
and all dealer at $1 & per bottle. Por Ilah.'ti-,
0)Ulre for H'AKNBH's HAKK U1AI1KTKS CURB
It 111 POSITI VK Remedy.
II. U. WA11NEK & CO., Rochriiter, N. V.
MRS. LYDIA I. PINKHAM)
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAr.rO
The Prwltlvo Cnr
For all Female Complaints.
Till preparation, u IU Barn alfrniflea, eonalata ol
T4abto lpcrUM that are harmlea t Uw moel dal
tcaulavaUd. I'poa on trial th merit of thl Com
oasdwUl be recocnlted. at relief 1 ImmedUUi and
vhea lta oa I eonUnued, In nlnHy nine oeae la a baa.
trd, apartQawotctirtiefftrtelUinuiaa will tee
ttf y. Oa account X Iu proreo oxirtta. It 1 tod7 r
ooutaaited and pmcrtbed by tb nrt pbyilclan la
It will cure entirely the wont form of falllnf
of tb uteraa, Uocorrho. Irrenlar and painful
MeoatruatloB, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammatloo and
llcaratloa, floodUMra, all Dlepbuwraenu and tb eoa
witMOtipinal wekner,,and I eeperUlly adapted to
u Chanc of Ufa. It will dtaaolv and expel tumor
framUwalenialnaBeartyitace of development. Tb
tendency to oaneeTou human ther 1 checked very
U fact It kea prared to be the freat
al and beat remedy that haa var been dlaeover
ed. It poiMatea every portlnn of U iT, and ft'
new 111 i end Tltfor. It remove f alntoea.Aetulenry, d
troT all craving for eUmulanta, and rellevee veaknee
(tettreBtoetln, Readacnra, Kerrooe Troetrattoa,
Oeoeral Debility. Bleepleeaneea, Depreeclon and Indl
teatloe. That feeling of beartnt down, caualnf pain,
weight and backache, taalwey permanently eared by
Iteu. 1 it wlllat ell time, and under all ctrcunaUn
eea, act In harmony with tb law that govern th
For IldneyCrnnplelnUnf either ei tula eoapouna
I unturpeaved. '
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
It prepared at JS and Wentera Avenue. Lynn. Maae.
Prle l.0t. Sti bottle for J.O0- Bcut by ruaU In th
form of pill. alo In tb form of Vatrngr. on receipt
r price, ft 00. per not, f.r either. Mr. PIHilUK
freely anewera all letteni of Inquiry. Seait for pam
nhlet. Addreeeaaabov Mrnllim thtt paper.
Ko family abould be without I.TD1A K. P1NKBAM'
jjVIR PIIXS. Tbey cure Conettpatlon, BUlouaneia
uulToroldltf of theUver jtt rente per bnt.
RICHARDSON A CO., St. Louin, Mo.
Wknlcialo Kcnii for LYDIA E. PINKUAM'H
To Nervoa SuflVnra-Tln trft KuroNn Reif-frtv--Pr.
J. B. Wmimnii,HMc.Hlc Medlclnr-.
n. t n Rlmnaon'i Kuer.lflc Medicine la a ioi
live cure for Hpermatorrhea, Inipotiincy, Weaknee
all dtaeaanereeulttOB'e" ""If AbMeo, Her
' TeIi'l)llltV,Irrlthlllly, Mental AtiJlety.l-anirnor,
v.r... aI Uiilalla aattfl null
lalliidti l)epn-eloti olSplrliaatid riinrtloual do
Omenta of tb Nervoua Hyetem llv Jl.
J Sack or Side, Lne.of Meninrv
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
,o matter '
chattered t be
vatem may ne
from eiceaae of
1.1.4 . .hull
HentCin II oiuk n
Pa'mphlnti lent free to til.
Write tot tliem nnd
get full particular-
' n. . im m t fin tr n mi . ill Pit
No. 1it4 and 10b Ml t..Hufrlo, N. Y.
- TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
. W md on trial for thirty day our Electro-Vol-ttlo
BolU, Band and Bunponiorlti, to young men
.( nl W. enfrnrlna renin wuakllKMOl, ncrvoil! Mo
bility, lout viWllty,oit manhood, and many other
4l....,e W viinrentnn anuiiri onrO and COin-
nlata ruitoratln nf manhood. Addreie without
5ly, VOLTAIC BELT CO. MarahtU Mich,,
iw-tNTif.n,H MANUAL Homo and alcn naint
JTlURi grttntiiR. varnlihlfig, poliahinif, "itemlne;
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AlDhanct. 50. Stun, Curia), Car, Franco, and
Docomtlv I'a nt na, no. iltpaneeo ornament anon
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ftook, II. scroll tad en t , ottrtolnh o 1U
of hnokaa are or by mall1 JESSE IIANBY A
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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ing twelve line of lolld type to the inch.
To reenter advertlaert we offer luperlor Induca
menta. both a to rate of charge i and manner ol
duplaylna, their favor.
Thle pajer may be found on lie at Geo. P. Rowell
Co.' Newitaper Advertialng Barean, (10 Bpraea
treett wharo advertising contract may be mad
I t It In New York.
Communication upon aubjeeU of general Interest
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
m muncrlpt will not be rn turned.
Letter and communication ehould h tOdrtned
A. Burnett Ctlro Illlool "
" A Campaign Incident.
A crazy-lookin-r huckster wagon,
filled wilb Ihe products of the farm and
Saiden, and drawn by a dilapidated
one attracted considcrablo attention
in Titusville yeHterday. The occupant
of the vehicle was a little old man in
homespun, who rode with one foot on
the outside of the wagon-box. Interest
in the odd-looking turnout wan greatly
increased when the driver reigned up in
front of the Pvfrokmn World ofiice,
and raised a small sign-board in bis
wagon, upon which was inscribed in an
: country' ruoi iuck"
AI.HO THE I
: 1DLITICAL ISSUES DISCUSSED. :
This lt'gund noon attracted a largo
crowd, when the little old man stood
tip in his crazy wagon and made a
formal announcement that he had for
sale a nice lot of garden produce such
as pumpkins, turnips, cabbages, some
chestnuts, etc. "I also have," said he,
as iio lifted a faded bod-quilt from a
keg, "a few gallons of bard cider,
which I thiuk is the best ever brought
to yer town."
What about the political issue?"
yp'jed a man from the curbstone.
"We'll come to that by-aud-by jes'
as soon as I sell some ov this truck out
ov the wagon so as I kin have a place
The crowd realized that they had at
las i smicK sonietiiing in the way oi a
political orator, and it was plain that
they ..ucant to encourags him, even be
fore he had made tbe suggestion regard
Ihe cider was the first thing they
tackled. As many men as could gath
ered around the wagon, and the cider
was closed out in short order at five
cents a cup.
"Drink hearty, gents," tbo little old
man would say, "this remin's rueuv
the hard-cider campaign uv'40, when I
tuk the stump for Old Tippecanoe; an1
besides, it's mado uv as fine fruit as ev
er growed on a tree."
"See here! tell us about Maine!"
yelled a political man, whose thirst was
for political information.
"Don't fret the cattlo," was the old
One man bought all of the chestnuts
he had, in order, as he said, to reduce
the JtiK-k, and get around to the politi
Pumpkins, squashes, parsnips, etc.,
were purchased rapidly, the old man
remarking that the drudgery of farm
life was distasteful to him. and he was
only truly happy when on the stump dis
cussing the great issues before thepeople
Scraping under the seat with his feet
he unearthed a gourd, and holding it
"GenU, this is the last shot in tlie
locker, who is the lucky manP"
Twenty-five or thirty men, apparent
ly, offered to purchase it. The man
who suceeodod bowled it down street
with an oath, and said what he wanted
was chin music.
The crowd was breathless with anx
iety, or would have been had it not been
yelling "speech!" speech!"
The little old man stood up in the
wagon, took off his hat, and said:
"No occasion for a speech now.geuts.
(roods aro all sold without it. If ye'd
huti" tire liko I expected ye would,
I'd liaranguod yo till sundown. But
ye kem right up like little men and
bought my last parsnip. That's the
wav I like to do biz. Thanks, gents."
Tim pat ty Who liitd hewn th konvlast
purchaser ran to take the horse by the
bits; but that animal laid his ears back
on his neck, and showed his teeth in
the most vicious fashion.
, "I forgot ter toll ye." said the old
man, qtifotly, "not to go near Romeo,
fer he a liable ter swallow some one."
Ho then dropped down into his seat
and drove off, remarking that when he
went actively into politics, business tn
garden truck would be a darued bight
duller than it appeared to be now. .
If you can not be happy in one way,
be happy in another. Many in this
world run after felicity like an absent
mindod man hunting for his hat, while
all the time it Is on Tils head. 67tqr)e.
Lluulenatit Conder has adrocalod
that the site of the crucifixion Is . a
knoll north of Jerusalem, near Jew
miali's grotto, called the "Place of tho
Stoning." He has sent to London a
plan of a Jewish tomb of tho Herodian
period near this knoll, and ho asks:
"Can this bo the now sepulchre in the
garden P" .'
Be Wise and Happy., ,
If you will stop all your extravagaotaod
wronir motions in doctoring yourself and
famines with expensive doctors or humbug
cure-alls, that do harm always, and use only
PAIL? CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING,
iiature'u simple remedies for all your ail
men,u you will be wise, well and happy
and save great eipenuo. The greatest rem
edy for this, the great, wise and good will,
toll you, is Hop lJitters rely on it. Bee
another column. Prebs.
Live and Let Live.
Life is not always under our own control,
but can be prolonged by care and prudence.
Burdock Blood Bitters as i laxitive, altera-
uve soa diuretic medicine tend materially
to restore health and lengthen our days,
rrice $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
are prescribing that tried and true remedy,
Kidney-Wort for the worst cases of billious
ness and constipation, as well as for kid
ney complaints. There is scarcely a per
son to be found that will not be greatly
bencflited by a thorough course of Kidney
Wort every spring. If you feci out of
sorts and don't know why, try a package of
Kidney-Wort and you will feel like a new
creature. Indianapolis Jcntinel.
Thomas' Eclectnc Oil has obtained great
popularity, from its intrinsic value as a re
liable medicine, in curing hoarseness, and
all irritations of the throat, diseases of the
chest, etc. For these it is an incompara
ble pulmonic. Tsui O. Bchuh, Agent.
No preparation I have used ctn compare
with Fellow's Compound Syrup of Hypo
phosphites for restoring strength to the
I think it the best medicine ever usod.
W. J. Horner, Buffalo, N. Y,
Mr. J. Marsh, Bank of Toronto, Ont.,
writes: "Biliousness end dyspepsia seem to
have grown up with me; having been a suf
ferer for years. I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your Burdock Blood Bitters. They have
been truly a blessing to me, and I cannot
peak too highly of them." Price $1.00,
trial si.e 10 cents.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to he tbe best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipjied
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at hotne and save freight, and give
is just the iize and weight he wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily affliction, indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of the kidneys or liver,
don't fail to recommend Burdock Blood
Bitters, asure and safe remedy. Price
$1.00, tnal size 10 cents.
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. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimerl to lie the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Peter Kieffer, Cor. Clinton and Bennett
Streets, Buffalo, was badly bitten by a horse
and applied Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which
immediately relieved the pain, and in four
davs the wound was healed. Paul G.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Aeglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung diseatte or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
nut 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
tho 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, riaving been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few ataple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Lauirs who appreciate elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you aro suffuring with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
liws of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
sffoction of the throat or lungs, wo know
l)n. Kino's Nkw Dihcovkhy will ijive you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it hits completely cured, and thnt
where all other medicines bad tailed, sso
other remedy can show one-half as many
permaueut cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Ph. Kino's New Dihcov
khy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds. HoarsucKH. or anv Throat r
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
O'Hara's drug store,Cairo Ills,, you can get
trial hntt n free ot cost, or a rcLMiinr size
bottle fori .00 (2)
INSTANT PAI RELIEF
Is a wonderful and Immediate enre) for U scUes
ap-Cheuuittlam, Neurtlslt. rJcadtcuc. Ktr
! Sold at all DraBgttta.
WhOicitl depot H John 8t. N. Y.
fiend for circular,
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I 11 MItStftaitlte !. IMMIHwNIIkin . . - . . . . .
Pr:::::::::8old by PAULG.SCHUH. CAIRO. ILLS.
HEROES OF THE PLAINS,
BV J. W. Hl'EL..
Eoibraclni lh T .(vasi aittft U.rntiitrfii1 A A vnl m hi
Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill, Kit Carson, Cant
Payne, Capt. Jak, Texan
Jack, California Joe.
And other celebrated Indian Fluhtr. Scout
Ulinteri and Guide.. A book of thrllllno .,lv.n
tare on the olalim. KlRht witb Indiana! Oraud
buffalo huotal Drupirale adveuturc! Narrow
eecapoit Wonderful abootlng and rldlnst. Wild
llfo Iu the far wcitl 1W) llluatratlone! IS full
pane color platcil The cranduat book for airuut
ever liiilillihed. I'oiltivolv outill evertthlnv
elae. nan, nrlce 1M. Air-nl enmiilntn mil.
StWcta. Outfit and copy far r-Wrlt at
ouc for Agency, or term and lllnatratud circu
lar, to HISTORICAL HLI HLIS1I1NU CO., BOi N.
51 1) ttrcet, hi. Loula, Mo.,
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
HliiituatedlnPoneCoitnly. Illlnoia.' In a amir
of the Ozark Mountain, half way butwuvn Vienna
and Uolconda. It
SuiTouiidinffs are Delijrlitful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
CK IN ABUNDANCE. The table la apread
with all the dulicaciea of tlio eeaeon. Tbe
water are mineral, appetiainir. and health giving,
and their beneficial etfitcta are felt immediately.
j.jt. rJituww, 1'rnpr.eior.
I'ohllc notlco la hereby elvvn that In Dtirauinre
of an order and rlferco mauu aud vnlernd in and liy
Hie county court of Aletaudcr county. tto of Illl
noia, al tho June term thereof, A. I)., Inaci r
tain came wbtiroin Jacob R'gi;)nH adniiniaintliH
of the retau' of Willinm M . Athcrton, ilocmni'd.
waa plaintiff. and Juda Atlicrton. Kranci I Athrr
ton, Tboma J . (.'ml.', Maria J. Kluulu, Krancia M
Athcrt- n. HnlwccaJ. Athcrton. Uimi-kiah M. Ath
crton, Lulu J . Atherton, William J. A'herton,
Tliomn I). Atherton, Ellzah.-ih Wicker, El.juli M.
rouivr, bllun Toutig, Mnlth vouuu', Franria
Young, JainriM. Craicr, Kmma Craiir, Alice Craig,
Mary (ralz, Klr.da Klnr.h.l John (VodwiD
)oeph Godwin andTuomaa J. C'ralg, guardian of
bum j. ana William J . Atbertoo, were defendant,
I. thenoderaluned, if inch admlniitratoraforeiaid.
will proceed o aell the louth caat quarter of the
aouth wet quarter of aection number twenty an
CJti) and the weat half of the north cast qnartor and
the naat half of the north well quarbir of aection
number ihlrty-rlve (Sfil, all 1c townahlp numhor
nfteeo (5) aouth ranuo number two Vi), writ of the
the third principal meridian, in Alexander
countv. itato of Ililnola. on Thnndav. Sentember
flrat 18K1, al eleven o'clock in the forcnoan, at the
railroad nation bouie In "Hndcea Park," In eaid
county. The term of aalo aro one-half raeh down
and the other hall In one year wlib alz percent in
tercet, eocured by tiote and mortgoee on p-emlxei
nui. And at tne lame time and place, the under-
aiLHiedaiancbadniiniatnilor, will lull at public
lotlio following docrllwd lota In the town of
HOdire Park, io laid county, naniulv: Lot num.
bcr levon (71 in block number four (4): Iota num
ber four Hid lix (t) and ) in block number five
(.1); lota number four () acd
bt K) in block number eix
: loti number! eli:ht(8) and ten(lO), In hlock
number leven (7); lot number eight (H) In block
number fourteen (14); lot number leven (7) In
block number fifteen (1M: lot numhera ono (1)
and three (:i) In hlock number ieveneen; lot num
ber dve(5) in block tinmber twenty-ouo (ill): lot
number lit (f) In block number twenty-two (:&!), In
pnrauanreof a decree and order of mid county con rt
made and entered at Ihe Julv term thereof. A, D.,
1BS0, In a certain caie wherein the lame partie
above named were plalntilrand defendant. Halu
lota to be aold en tne lame termi aa above ipecl
fled, except where the aalo la for a mm not ex
ceeding ten dollar; the lame muat he paid at tho
timeoflhe purchaio. Said aalca are lobe made
for the purpoiool paying debt of the laid estate.
July 26, ltttl. Admlnlitrator, etc.
pOTlCKOF FINAL 8ETTLEMENT.
Ta the hein of Jamoa Lawrence, decerned, and all
Notice ti hereby civrn that I -will hlu my final
account ai admlniilrHtor of the eitate ol Jamea
l.awreoct. deceaied. In the county court of Alex
ander couniy. Illlouii.an the third Monday of Hep
Umber, nameirou the nineteen lb day of Septem
ber, A. D , lHgl, and will aik for an approval of the
aame and for a full and flnal dlichante from all
further liability aa ailmlniitrator of laid eitate.
o a urn a n n a & ue. v uu ,
Augmtirth, 1881. AdminlHtrator.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
OrttRiiiwil Jul v Btli, 1877, Viwler the Lh of
thn statu of Illinois. Copvrlclited July
I), 11177, WiirliT Aft. ut't-'onerrts.
I. II, HCIIUH I'reildent
'.. T. KL'UO Vice I'rutidcot
J. A. tiOLDSTINB Treasurer
J. .1. (iUKUON Medloal Adviaor
THOMAH LEWIS Hecrotary
JOHN (J. W1IITK Alilitant Becretary
K X KUUTI VI'3 CO M M lTTKKi
H. I.KK.IITON, : I,. K THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. r. PITCI1KU.
J. 8. McOAHKY,
()AKU OP MANAOKH8:
William Htmltnn, of Hlralton A Bird, wholoaalo
Krocen; 1'iul (). Hcliuh, wlioleniluanil (etiill druil
ulit; lUeu LvlKhUin, coniniiaioti merchant; Ja.
S. Mcijlahey. lumher dimleri J. J. (iordoii, phyi
Iclan; J. A. Uolditlno, ofdolditlne ti ItoaenwHter,
wholeialu and retail dry (jonda, etc; Wm. V. Piteh;
or, aeneral aumf, Henry U. Kill, city printer and
book binder; C'bualey llayiiua, Cooper; Jno. O.
White, anlitant ecrutary and aolicltor: Albert
Lewli, dctler Iu flour and grain; V. llroia, preal
dent Aloxandur Comity Bank ;U. W. Iloiidrlcki,
contractor and builder i Cyrus Woio, enral
tKnt; Thomas Lewi, locrutary tnd attornev at
law; L, S, Thotnaa, broom manufacturer ; Vy. r.
Kutiel, contractor and builder; 0. T, Kiidd
i.-eul C. HI, L. AN. O. rtlaoail:Moiet Phllltpa, rar
pontor; H . A. Chnmhley, contractor, Oalro, III.
Hcv. J. Hpencnr, clrRinan,HtIuiii Mo.; J. H.
Bolbune, clrcnlt clerk, Mlellppl connly, Charles
ton, Mo. ; J. U. Moore , lawver, Commorco, Mo. ;
n. BlnRleUrv, phvalclaa, Arllnston, Ky. ; J- W.
tarry, phvticlan, Knlton, Kv. ; Wm, Ryan, farmer,
Murrv.Kv.iA. Btolnbach, manulacturor of tad
dlorv, Kvamvlllu, Ind.;lk Ardorton, sucreUrv
to luptrlntendent C. 81 L.4N O. rullrosd. Jack
ton, Tenn. J. B. Kol.crtion, pbvti.Man, wbtte
vllle, Toun. ; Thomas A. OilKirn, harneis . maker,
Bollvtr.Tenn. j Wm. Walker, "Dixie Adver
llttug Agency, Dollv Hprlnija, Mitt ,
AUGUST 18, 1881.
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EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
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Sold by all Druggists.' PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Go to PAUL O. SCHUH. DruL'mst. Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. FrfwmanM' New Nih'nnil
Dyes. For briifhtness snd durabilitv of
pounds, price 15 cents.
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For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
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The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CR A IN E, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 1 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
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