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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, lironcmtis.Lroup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
ttniVnt (!onsnmntinn anrl fnr the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan-
... t l r : r c l
ecu stages ui me uihcobc. tuiaaic
by all Druggists. Price, 5 Cents,
TO PRESEKVE THE HEALTH
. Cm the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY 85.
The are priceless to Lamas, qcntiimim and
OVOOaCM With WEAK LUSOS; UOC4l0f P.VIUHOMrA
on oHoar Is ever known where these
rarmeole are worn. Toey alio prevent end curt
lawr oirpicotnif, ooLoe, biisusutism, iiuBav
U, TUBOaT TttOCBLSS, MFHTU ebja, catarrh,' iu
A IX UHDBKO DUIAII4. Will WIAB any service
for man teahi, Are worn over the under-clottU
C IT AT? PIT 11 needless to describe tha
a All iill) symptoos or this nauseous dis
ease that ti sapping the lifo and strength of only
too man? of the fairest and belt of both suxea.
Labor, study aud research Id America, Kurope and
Sastern laudf, Iwe resulted Id the Magnetic Lang
Protector, etfirding care for Catarrh, a remedy
which contaloi No llKCna'aa or ihi STSTgif, and
with the continuous stream of Manettsm per
Beating tbroagh the afflicted organs, bust B
arroaa tbim to a aiALTHT otiom. Wiplaciodb
rmica for thia App, lance at less tbaa one-twemieth
of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which yon tike all the chances, and wa ispbciav
it nrvrrs the patronage of the mart reasons who
have tried dbcooimo tbbib stokch witboct ir
rscr. HOW TO OBTAIN
(1st and ask for them. If they bare not got them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing the price la let
ter, at oar risk, and ther shall be sent to yon at
nee by mail, postpaid.
Bund sump for the "5e Departure to Medi
cal Treat i.eut without hioioisb," with tnoo
Bands of testimonial'.
TUB MAGNETO!? APPLIANCE CO.,
SIS State Street, Cblctgo, III.
Nots. Send one dollar Id postage stamps or
currency (in letter at oar risk) with size of shoe
nsaally worn, ai d try a pair of oar Magaetlc In
soles, nd be convinced of the power residing In
oar Magnetic Appllaaces. Positively no cold feet
where merare worn, or moner refunded. 109-ly
Cruk, Sprains, Wrenches. Kheu
matlsm, Kenralgia, SclatVa,
Pleurisy Pains, Btileh In the
Bids, Backache, Swollen Joints,
Heart Disease, Bora Muscles,
Psia In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local or
saMltd are instantly reUevsa ana speedily earea by
the wall-known Hap Plcuttr. Compounded, as It Is, of
the medicinal Tlrtasor treen Hops, uums, Balsams ana
Kxtracta, it is Indeed tht bat pain-killing;, stimulating,
soothing and strangthralJiff Porous PUster ever made.
Hop fUMtrt are sold by all druggUts sad country sure.
x cents or nvsrorai.M llafAn
Mailed on raecipt of HUr
Proprietors and Manu
h f arCoau-d tongue, bad brvato, sour atutuacb and liver
VUoaae cqred by Hkr'i Htomacn ana Utft whs. Wipta
W. 8TRATT0N, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri
STEATTON & BIED,
lio. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, IU.
fW Att American Powder Co.
pjw E. IISTCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer rn
6th Streev, between Com'l Ave. ud Levcf .
CHOKE BORING A 8PECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMCVITION.
fe Rewired. AHK!dol Kcve Made..
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hihtst Cfwb PrW Paid for Wbf at
Boot & Shoe
Ho. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 5th &, 6th fits.,
Jns t received a fall .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best Of ST. LOU 18 HAND MADS
skid of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
Bad CHILDREN'S 8 HOES, aud GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHORN. '
Br"W tiso make to order anything in oar Una
ftbe beat material and workmanship.
The Ideal Caligraph.
s TH8 PERFECT WRITiNQ MACHINE.
J nEvarr Machine warranted. AdT-
TJustable type bars, perfect auto-
Z. f malic paper lead, even nnvaria
J J ble wnsion, no lost motion, bev-
X eled platen, light carriage. All
parts Interohsugeable. Doestha
work oi three penmen, much nenur And more
legible. Prices, ro.00 and 8.0O.
PARKER, RITTCR CO., 420 N. Jd, St. LotHa.
The Daily Bulletin.
Mer. Knliton & Brtzee.of Meuiphii,
local iteamhoat inspectors, are in the city
topping t The Halliday. Thoy sre hew
in pursuit of their official duties. Five
boats are to have their boilers tested here,
the Oaklaod, Port E!n, Belle of Memphis,
Futurs City and the Ella KimbrouRli. The
Ella Ktmhrough and Future City had
theirs tested yesterday; thooeof the others
will be tested to day, and to-morrow the
inspectors will leave for ColumbUB, Ky., to
test the iioiUrs of the Iron Mountain trans
fer steamer, St. Louis, there. The inspec
tors also yesterday isttued a new first-engineer's
license to Mr. James Johnson.
Anna Farmer: "Early cabbages will
psy well this year. All the plants around
Mobile were killed flat. Millions of
plants, well adranced in size, were killed,
and the Mobil gardeners are now no tmucli
better off than we are, as to the vegetable
business. Sow some seed now, and keep
owing, and the cabbage may pan out
pretty well after all. It is such severely
eold weather as that of January Stb which
destroys the apple trees of Northern Illi
nois and of Iowa. Whole orchards, of
latge trees, are killed, toot and branch, by
"temperature of 29 to 30 degrees below
lero. It will not be surprising, therefore,
if many of our large trees are found split
and dead on the approach of warm
Some interest will be felt by psoplo
here in a movement that is being made in
Quincy to have all the slaughter houses of
the city removed beyond the corporation
limits, the reason given being that the sani
tary interests of the city require the re
moval. But they will be more interested
in the assertion of a writer in the Quincy
Herald, who denies that slaughter house
fumes are injurious to health, and says
that in an experience of twenty-five or
thirty years in the business, he has never
knovrn a single case of sickness that had
its origin in any way from any portion of
the business, either killing, cutting, render
ing or steaming, but, on the contrary, the
odor which is emitted trom the animals is
both soothing and healing to the lungs of
all, and the men that mingle most in it and
inhale moat of the odor, become healthy
The situation between the manage
meot and the employes of the Texts & St.
Louis railroad remains uncbsnged. St.
Louis tapers, which seek to sugar-coat the
officials efktbe road, in consideration of the
efforts of said officials to cater to St. Louis
at the expense of other communities, nota
bly Cairo, assure their readers that all will
bs well all claims will toon be settled by
the perfection of arrangements now pend
ing. Their assurances are not reliable, be
cause they come from interested sources
Yet it may be that some kind of a compro
mise will be effected between the warring
interests, that may give things a turn more
favorable to the smaller creditors here and
elsewhere. Yesterday it was reported that
a number of the train men bad quit work,
and that the engineers and firemen were
all prepared to quit, and were only waiting
for the developments of the next dty or
Mt. Carmel Register: "Postmaster
Murphv, of Cairo, is endeavoring to placate
the irate coons of his city, and to do this
Judge J. J. Bird has been appointed a
letter-carrier in a portion of the city where
there are no mail boxes, nor any letters to
collect. The appointment is simply to pro
vide a salary for a disgruntled coon, whose
qualifications better fit him for a white
washer than a postoffice clerk. Bill Scott
is as yet unprovided for, and there will be
war in Africa until William handles area
sonable portion ot Uncle Sam's wealth."
The Register errs in at least two assertions
made in the foregoing paragraph, that we
know of: Judge Bird's qualifications and
the duties he is expected to perform in the
position to which Postmaster Murphy has
appointed him. Judge Bird has the repu
tation among atl here ot being an intelli
gent gentleman, and he will have charge of
mail delivery in the whole city he will be
required to collect the mail several times
daily from all the boxes in the city, and
give what aid he can in the postoffice, be
sides. We are perhaps not as capable of
judging what motive Postmaster Murphy
had in appointing Judge Bird, as our friend
Havill, of the Register, is; and in view of
the fact that the mail delivery here is a
great public convenience, not to say a ne
cessity, and Judge Bird quite competent to
handle.it, we don't care much what motive
may have actuated Capt. Murphy in mak
ing the appointment.
The fellow who, by mistake, sent his auburn-haired
sweetheart instead of a bottle
ot Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup a bottle of hair
dye, wants to know the best way to com
"THE JOLLY PATHFINDERS."
Some very amusing lithographs depicting
these jolly people in various grotesque atti
tude are liberally distributed about the
city, which taken with the inimitable
posters which stare one in the face at every
corner, make up a combination of illustra
tions with observing.
The play, '8ix Peas in a Pod," is over
flowing with fun, and, as readered by Rent
frow's eminent combination of artists, both
amuses and instructs.
It is hoped that the house will be crowd
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 19, 1884.
A Iiong Plungo to Death. !
Groat Shohhono Fall, as seen from
the bluff, forms one of the grandest
views we have ever beheld. Tlio river
at Boll's Landing is about 600 feet
wU!t am! below spreads out to double
that width. As sontiuols standing above
the water, three largo nu-ks tho Throu
Sinters guard the filtration to tlm
rapids, hell's Landing is a lurge rock,
which iuts out into the river wher the
wutor is deep ami smooth, nud yet it is
just above where it Iwomfs rapids,
falls in cascades and then tuki-s its
long lean below.
Tom Bell was a miner who could
guide a boat and make much progress
through currents which loss brave men
would not undertake, lie ventured to
an Islaud just above the brink of Bridal
Veil Falls, and on its lower side fouud
a good "pay"' bar. Ho would tako
his little boat from the binding, shove
out into the strong current, aud by a
few deiteroua strokes of his oar land
on the upper part of the island. With
pick, shovel and rocker he would pass
the hours gathering gold and at ove
would pull his boat tip stream ami
reach the landing on shore. He became
noted for his pluck in tempting the
waves and for his industry and lite of
a hermit in his little cabin on the south
Two years ago Tom Bell was in his
boat taking two Chinamen across the
river above the falls. Whether he had
become careless from tempting the
waves so often, or whether he lost or
broke an oar will never be known, but
one thing is certain, that he and all thn
contents of the boat went over the falls
going down 200 feet and sinking to
rise no more. His namo is preserved
by friends appropriately designating
the landing, the island and the cabin
as Bell's, and his rocker, fragments of
the boat and other relics have been
carefully collected and placed in the
cabin. Shoshow Letter in bat Lake
How it Graceful Woman Gets Out of
Did you ever notice how long it takes
a woman of the always-going-and-nev-er-gone
order to get out of the room?
Something thus: She has risen to de
part, a matter which really won't be
accomplished for the next half-hour.
She talks: "And as I was saying "
(steps towards the door), "she says to
me, says she" (steps back again), "I
never said anything of the kind" (steps
towards the door). "What I did say
wa9 that" (steps back again and talks).
You think it's all at an end and that
she's really going. (She takes three
very slow" step9 towards the door.)
"W'hy, no, I didn't. If she said that
she said what wasn't so. I never said
any such thing." (Comes back. Starts
in afresh. Apparently forgets she hits
to go at all.) "Well, I know you
wouldn't believe any such thing of me.
I think she might well, she should be
more careful.' (Turns again to go.)
"Well, I told him it wasn't so." (Swings
slowly around.) "Well, I must be go
ing. No, indeed. You don't say so.
Do you? Well, -I never. Now (goes
at it again hammer and tongs) it's
always the way with her in everything.
Why, do you know, I've done more for
her helped her fix her dross well, I
must be going." (Hand on the door
knob. Keeps it there.) "Yes. Well,
oil may just say it's no such a thing,
wasn't there and I didn't say it. '
(Opens the door.) "How much did it
cost? I gave 3 for mine. Well, I
must be going. Yes, I know." (Keeps
he door open and lets the dratt iu.)
"Why, if he had been there I guess I
should have knowu it. She don't know
half the time what she is saying."
(Closes the door all but a chink and
remains inside.) "It isn't likely that 1
woftld have gone and done "such a
thing." (Swings door to and fro) "Well,
you can say this for me. that I never
said so." (Hie is still at the door
knob.) Star of Empire
Portland, Oreg. The Telegram says: In
Clackamas county, alone, over a hundred
citizens were cured of painful ailments by
ot. Jacobs Oil, tne pvn eonqueror.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIHIKO C5CALLE0
FOR IK THS P09TOFFICK AT CAIRO, ILL,
SAT CRD AT, JANUARY 19, 1884.
Simpson Brown, Minnie Bodile, Mim'e
Breeten, L J Boren 3, Ilattis Brannon,
Frona Brown, Sarah J. Cheater, Mary L
Clay4Mollie Cole 2, Martha Crtten, C II
Chappell, Mille Dickson, Ella Dolton, Fats
Ellen, Mary Fisher, Jennie Green, Eliza
Gainer, Matilda Harris, Lizxie Harris, Ada
Neah, Anna O Hogan (colored), Etta Ken
nedy, Louisa Levally, Emma Liggs, Lewis
McEinsie, Kate Price, Emma Pettwsy,
Eliza Roberson, Kate Thompson, Ellen Tay
lor, Dora Ward, June Welsh, Tamer Wal
ton, Kate Fisher.
OIRTS LIST. -
T J Anderson, George W Ailss, Thomss
Baidridge, S W Booths, 8 J Baird, Jno
Briemtn, J R A Butler, John R Boas, Hi
ram F Basb, Chas Brown, Charles Barry,
Charles Byird, W 3 Cain, I L Crane, John
Collersn, Hsrmsn Coyne, Henry Clay, Ed
gar H Coword, 1 Edco Coward, Daniel
Colings, Myron W Dasham, James De
Viney, Henry Davis, G W Evans, Aaron
Fickei, Amos Mathews, ; Pleasant Hart,
James J Henderson, John Hursty, John
Hogan, II R Harte, Qua . Harmon, F A
Houck, William Ichuren, F 8 Johnson,
Edward Johnson, Charley Johnson, John
Kearo, Eunice Key, J S Laverty, A J Lane,
8 H McGetrick, Henry Moore, Frederick F
Means, D McNatton. B "Nelson, Bob Pol
lock, James Reymer, Charles Read, Dave
Rollins, John Stroder, Emley Siry, O S
Stockor, Bill Sumner, Gen Thorens, Nathel
Walkor, John I Walker, Jno Woods, E. C.
Wsrmueck, Awn Watson.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please ssy advertised; ,.A
Wm. MY MuRrsf, Postmaster.
Ladies should wear a Hon Plaster over
the small ot the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 25 cts. at any drug store. All
ready to appply.
tSTLndies, attention! In the Diamond
Dyes more coloring is given than in any
known dyes, and they give faster and more
brilliant colors. 10c. at all druggists.
Everybody praises them. Wells. Richard
son & Co., Burliugttiu, Vt.
A Special Im itation.
We especially invito a trial bv all those
sufferers from Kidney aud Liver complaints
wno nave tailed to obtain relict from other
remedies and from doctors. Natures great
remedy, Kidney-Wort, has affected cures
in lnauv obstiunte eases. It nets at ones
on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleans
ing the system of all pnisonrus humors and
restoring a healthy condition of those im
portant organs. Do uot be discouraged
but try it.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Bolt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt .and
Appncsnces on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
a , .. ....
oee aavertisernent in this paper. 1
Emorv'a Little Cnthartir. tu thn IiphI and
only reliable Livor Pill known, never fails
wun tne most nostinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at nit'bt aud l" .ken
of your rest by a Bick child suffering aud
crying with pain of tutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's aootbing syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tne world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway aud International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acies ot tiie choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climite unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you Iparn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent iitrer than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Conipnny, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fortnoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
A Yeiea Clergyman..
Even the patience of Job would become
xhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Barclay Bros'
drug store. (2)
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, O , sends the
subjoined professional endorsement: ' "I have
prescribed UK. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FORTIUS
iXNGS In a gre it number of cases, and always
with success. One case in particular was given up
by several pbyslcisus who nad been called in for
aonsultatloo with mrself. The pitient bad all th
symptoms of confirmed consumption cold night
sweats, hectic fever, harassing cough, etc. He
commenced Immedlstel. to get better and was
soon restored to his usnsl hes'th. I have a'so
DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOKTHR LUNQS
the mot vauahle expt-rtortnt tor breaking up dis
tressing coughs sad clds that 1 bave ever urcd."
DTJRSO'S CATARRH SNL'KK euros Ostarrh
and all affections ofth mucous tnemhrme.
For Sale bv
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PAT&JTI
Wholesale Dealor in Ice.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPING
Oar Lioads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
Is s wj Iswrsatlss tk, sad kss km nsmmt ss tf
tkMsaaiii wk. k.t rsas H. II siplilM lbs srlMlslM f
Ufa s.4 4ssik anS lbs etuis rf aisusu. ss4 shM (s taai
'v sj si sBBtj sr sjssi m m m
syaMtM.kisteeiil. It cnstslM f slsskls DTWrtMlatM
for the ere H Msrvons and Poritoal DsMUtr, teet
Tltslltir.tMreettve UtmmJtmpcnAnur, laTtis .
Ms tisls at SiMtSsn Sresikl os tf werwsrk sal sails. '
Wm. Ludwia & i Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Lndwig & Co.
Relieved and cured without snrgiclal operation, trass tnrturo or detention from labor ty Dr. J. A.
Stiormsn's syetom. Patients from abroad can roceiv trsattnent and leave for borne same nay. Rap
tore and truptos cause lumbago, kldne' and bladder affectlous, affect the nervous nystem, impair
minhood and bring on itnpotency and other ditploraiile ailments. All tlieco troubles ienvvd and
primitive sonndnura restored by Dr. Sherman's treatmunt. Book, with continuous Indorsements for
the past thirty-live years from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmers and others who have bian
cured, mailed for ten cents. One Hmvthe, of (be Vienna Institute, tit. Louis. Mo., has alter d the like
ness of cured pal touts In Dr. Sherman's Illustrated pamphlets, hired men to pitrsonatu them, and pub
lishes them as patients to be cured. This bold fraud to dupe the afllicte is fully exposed In an Illus
trated circular which la sent to an- one who writes for It. riioce the reduction of terms patinn s are
dally coming from a I parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at Now York office. iM
Broadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
on James Hirer Vs., in a north
ern settlement. IllnstrsW cir
cular Ires. J. F. MANCHA.
For Many Reasons.
Benson's Capcluo Porous Plasters excel all
other external remedies. Prompt, highly medici
nal. 25 cents.
I have a positive remedy for the above disease ; by Its
rise thousands of cass of the wotut kind and of lonsj
standing have been cared, lodned, so strong Is my
fMtninitseffioac7,thatI will send TWO BOTTMtB
FREE, toKntner with a VALUABLE TURATI8E on
tbis disease, to any sufferer. Give exprass and P. Q.
address. Da. T. A. 8LOCU U.U1 PsaiIht.,Nw Task
of Volumes a year. The choicest llteratme of the
world. Catalogue free. Lowest price ever known.
Not sold by deal' ra. Sent for examination before
payment on evidence of good f tilth.
JOHN B. ALLIEN, i'uhllsher.
P.O. Boa 1227. 18 VeeySt.,New York
I CURE FITS!
When 1 say core I do not mean msrely to stop them
for a time ana than have them rstara tr aln, 1 mean a
radical core. Ihsva mads thediwasoof rITS, EFI
I warrant my remedy to Cm. the worst turn. Beoauas
ethers bave failed is no reuon f or not now rcivtnf a
eura. Bend at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Postnfnoe. It
costs you nothing for a trial, and I will ears yoa. .
Address Du. iL G. ROOT. 1st Pearl St.. New York.
T H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tke
Law of 1883.
COi RIGHT SECURED.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Muml Aid So
ciety, o gani.ea juiv 4th. 1S77, under
the laws of 187.
JOHN II. HOUIN80S...- President
WM. 9i KAT r X Vlce-Prtsldent
t. A.GOLOSTISK ....Treasurer
C. W. I)UNNI0 Medics! Adviser
THOMAS LKWI8 Hecretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS tok 1st YEAR.
Wm. titraiton, Btrtton ft Bird, itroters, Cairo, III.,
J. A. Goidstlcu, ofUoldstloe It Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Donning. M. n.;
Prei.Bd. Med Ex., for Proatons; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. H. Robinson, county
lodge SO' .notury public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
Druker and in.ur&nce agent: R. H. Baird. cltr
' street supervisor; H. Phillips, carptnter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary : K. V.
r:err atrornev-atHsw, DuOuoln 111.: B.C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Banx, Ashley, 111.; Albert
HayaVn, cashier of George Connelly 4 Co., Hprlog'
deid. 1 1 ; B. M Mann, attoraey-at-law, 1SS Raa
dolpk street, Chlfago: Ilou. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-
loruT-et-law, Charleston. Mo t H. Lelghton,
iMUirr r ri tauuuai nana, oiusri, lows..
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Uuequaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Ontrltrtit far No B3x.
i They aw In every way far superior to the many
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throughout the country. 1 bey are the only telev
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sod tber are the only Tvluphoues that are pro
tected by an Omdoiir Llihtnlntc rrester. Atl
sound are delivered la clear and natural tone.
They are tne neatest, uiosl durable and regslre Ism
attention aid repair than any other Tvlephoae
made. Bond for onr Illustrated circular Agents
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' r.O.Boxis, .. . ,; ,. is
i wL i $
AVENUE, 'CAIRO, ILL.
Prl?e Paid for
Beeswax and Tallow.
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- UNMISTAKABLY HEREDITARY.
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fered IntonselT every sprlug w th erysipelas, and
though they bad been taking Swift's Specldc only
In smU dose as a health tonic, th-y all, without
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tried all the known remedies that are prescribed
for It with nobeueflt: but she has been cured hr
taking Swift's Specific, and has had no return oi
It Is such an excellent tonic, a d keeps the Mood
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old enough to know agree with me la believing it
Is the greatest medicine known. Mr fiittl la, it Ut
anbouoded, and t sad say assistants tana great
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