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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLhTLN; F1UDAY MORNING MAY 23, 1884.
Straight Cut No. 1
rjHIAI'.KTTIi Hmokera who ar willing io pay n
yJ little more forCVantl'M ilinr. the price (buried
or tliu ordinary trade Cijjarutug will Mud thu
They are made from the brightest, mosi deli
cately 11 ivored and bf est cost f jro:d leaf frown
In Virginia, a d are ab-oultely witnoul ad'.ltera
tiuu or drug's.
We use the (Jonulue FmilIi Hire paper, of oar
own direct Importation, which In nmde especla ly
for ua, water u.arnud with the name of tho brand:
iffht Cut No, 1,
on each Cigarette, wllhoui which none are teiiii
lno. Uase tuiiutiou of this b-and have been 11 1
on a!e, and Cigarette vruoVem are cautioned that
thin la thu Old aud Original brand, and to observe
that each package or box of
UEaRJ THE SlONATl'HE 1)9
ALLEN & GINTEB, Manufacturers,
AGENTS WANTED XRZZ
liumer. .No more trouble to move wicka . Kverv
f imlly wants it. fit any lamp. I'se lame globe,
hells at sight- Thiee burner fr $1 to any ad
dress, holler Lamp burner Co., 7a Murray hi., N.Y.
1 on James Hlver Va
in a iinr't.
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
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Nothing1 Like Them.
Ilensen' Caprine I'orous Plasters are bejoiid
all comparison the best. I'rompt, sure. IVce i c.
StVEN OH EAT MONAUCIIIKS of the Ancient
Eastern World liy tieoru'e kawlinaon. "Whut
la iuoreTEKHIUI.fi than Warr-unlese It be a r
among publishers, then what could he UAITIKU.
lor rejoicing book-bivers Such a war la in p'o
gres. I'rlc reduced (row -81s. 00 to -J. -to. tpe :i
men psgt-a 'fee. NuT sold or dealt rit -price
too low. Hooks for examination before payment
on evidence of pood faith.
JotiN 11. ALDEN, Publisher.
P.O. Box liTT. 1 Vesey M., New York.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL roST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and I'byical I);
billty. PmmatiHu Decline in Man, Errors ol
Youth, and nutold miseries resulting irom India
cretionor eices.ei A book for every man, voun;;.
nildiile-sged and old. Itcou'ains li'i prescriptions
or all acute and chronic diseases, each ne of
which 1a iniaiuabte. ro lo.md t.y the Author,
whose experience fur lit years is sach a proi.ab v
never before fell to the lot of any physician. .xG
pages, bound in beautiful French muslin, embos
aeu covers, lul Kilt, guaranteed Uilui finer w.ira
in ev. ry aense no hanical, lit-rrary and profea
siocal 'ban arv other work sold In tnis country
for ft 50. or the'iuouey will be refunded in every
luslance Price only f 1 . ' by mil, poat aid
Illustrative earn le ti ceun. Send now. Gold
medal awarded th author by the Natlic al Medics
Association, to the Ulcers rf which ho refers.
This booa should be read by the young tor In
st uctlon, and by the affiicvu for reiiet It will
benefit all. London Lancet.
There la no member ol society to whom this
bwokwillnot be useful, whither youth, pi rent
guard an, instructor or lerit man. Argonaut.
Address the Peabodv Vedical Institute, or I)r
W. ii. Parker, No. 4 Balfiuci Street, li ston.
Mass., who may be consulted on all rtisvasn re
quiring aklll and experience Ch'onic and obti
nale diseases that have baffled I I 7 I
aklll ol all o'her physicians a llijiXlJ spe
cia'.tr. .such treated tuc- MM I VC 1 1 V
cesfully without an Inst- 111 X Ulilil
anceol failure Mention thla paper.
30 UNION SQUARE NtWYORK.
tW90 s"0e JW
ILL. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE BY
fl. Steasala & Co., Cairo, 111
Tlie Weekly Bulletin.
Richmond Strap tut Cigaret
n i u
PVf IN FVEf NEVER
f Cfj 'HtVC.1 CUTOF ORDER.
timtr t TOM V -ZTriXli1 1,
QHOIKJE IttliKlSON LKACII, M. I).
PHYSICIAN afc SURGEON.
Special utletitioii paid to the ll iuiuopathlc treat
ment of sjri,'K ul disuse, aud diseases of women
OFFICE On 14lb street, oppfsite the Post
oll'ae. Cairo, III.
) It. J. K. STUONG,
129 rtnnmi'Fcial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELUOTUO VAI'OK asu MKOICATED
adihlni.-t' red dally.
A iudy In attendance.
J )K. K W. WUITLOCK,
Ofrul -No. 13S. CommerCal Ave.ini, hntWetL
v! ' j a t.d N'l.'h Siroeu
rpUK(;ITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of 'tilro, I llinoict.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Gciif-iiil IJank'ni? liusiiifss
JN'I EIU'Ki'SE SAYING BANK
l-.XCLUSIVLLY A SAVIX(iS FiA.NK.
( omiiUTcial A venue aiul pji;'htli Stret-t
F. llHO-.. I'rei,let:t.
II. iVLI.i.S, Ci-lii.:r.
I v. n.-:ff. vi
I T. J. Keith, ,'
j I'rt s'nt
F. Ero.s ...
I'e T Nell
f. M Ostcrloh.....
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Wi'iinm K! at s
C. O. 1'ittler...,
Y'. Clemon, Caledonia..
A 'JE.NEKAT. HANKING IlL'SIXEsS i)nNK.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid it
theavittK4 Department. Collections made am:
all business promptly atter.Jjd
i s X
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mtule ta cirtlor.
Sth hit., bet. Ohio I.evei i Commercia! Ave.
U-VlRO. - - HjLi
Kt'iiairiii? neatly done at short notice.
j-jm k. iisrcjii,
Mannfacturer and Dealci in
lith Strroi, between Com'l Ave. "d Levee.
CHOICE BOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMC.MTION.
Safes Kajalred. All Kluds ol Keys Made.
Cairo & ruducah Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOUUE JOUKs, Clerk.
eavei P tdacah fnrCnIro dally (Htiudayi oxcopt
ilt al H a. in., and Mound Cltv at 1 ti. m . Return-
n, leavek Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Cominercml Av., bet. 8tli & 9tU St.4.
N. 1J. THISTLE WOOD, Propr.
(i ood Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
i7I Iorrii'.s li'Mrelot.l well curi'd
TKLKFIIONE NO. 1:3.
LOUIS C. KEUBEHT,
(SucceM-r to ('has. T. Newland an J
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth anil Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Diive Well Force and Lift Fumps furnished and
put up. A'ent for the Culebrutcd
"KUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the bet pomp ever invented. Ne Gas Fixtures
furnished to order. Oil tixiures repaired and
rjobbinjj prompt'y attended to. 31') tf
By MEDD1S &. SUUT1IWICK
TRUSTEED SALE !
071 acres of Land,
In TWHard County, Ky., tear!y oppoalte
atCourt Uouo Door, In Louisville, Ky.,
MONDAY, JUNE 2d, 1SS4,
at J 1 u. M.
As triu'ees t the creditors i t R. S. Herr. dee d
I will, on Monday, June id. 1-M, t 11 a. m., at the
Court tiou-e do..r. in , tie cit or Louisville, ly..
sell to the highest bidder, iri aere of river bot
tom and hill laud, in Halaid Countv.'Ky, nearly
opposite Cairo 111., known a" part of the Cochran
tract and ad.'oij. v2 the John Hots one thou
sand aens For further partkf.iar addrea the
TEKMs One thir l fh, lia ai.ee In 1 and 2
years, with 6 percent i ire re' t and 1 i n .
JuliN L HKitli, Trustee
MEDDI8 & SOlTIlWkK, Auaioucers, Louis
XEW YORK STORE, '
WilOLESALS AND RETAIL.
Larut Variety Stock
!,' Tin-: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK. STORE CO,
or..Vneti'e:itiitrefc!l f'flirn Til
t'orinjercial Avenne I 1 ttlll'i 111
W. STR TTON, Ca'ro. T. 1JIRU. Mi.jouri
STMTTOX fc BIIID,
'). r, Ohio Levee, Cairo, I
ats Auer'.can Potfilcr Co
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity pals. Price.
0 x U50 $24.00
0 x 1) 1C,:J0 2JJ.00
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x i) 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
These tanks are made of CLEAR CYPKF.S3. ll
Inches thiek, securely hooped and are WATtlt
lltiliT. They are
Shipped wholoaii'l tir well braced
to prevent their bine rick d or broken in hand
ling. Est iu itea f'iriil- hed for
Tanks of any Size.
Y. HJCiGS As HUOS?.,
2!7 Delord St., New Orleans, La.
BIck Headache and rcliere all the trouhto Inci
dent to ti bilious Piute of the svstem, luch aa Dii
riness, Nanca, Drowsiness, Uistress after catint?,
Tnin In the Side, ic. While their moat remark
able aucctea has been shown in curin
Hcadftrhe.yct Cartcr'sLIttlc Liver Tills are winall?
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
thia annoying complaint, while they nleo com-ct
all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver
aud regulate the bowels. Even II they only cured
Arhfl Ihry wonW bcolmost pricclnps to tho h
cuil'er from thia dLstressing complaint; but form
nately their gcxxlncsa diM'S not end here, and tboea
who once try them will find these little pills valu
able in ao many ways that they willnot be wilUmf,
to Uo without than. But after all sick hcl
la thebane cf to many lives that here l where we
make our (treat booat. bur ilia core it whilu
ethers do not. ,
Carter's Littlo Llr Tina are rery amail and
Tsry easy to takn. Onn or two pills make a doae.
Thry are strictly Ywtable ana do not gripe or
ptiro, but by their penilo action pleaso all who
csethem. In vialantiiSCeTits; flvo forl. 6ukt
by druggiata everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE C0..3.ewTork
I Pius, y
The Daily Bulletin.
To-uiorruw tliu auconti County UepuU
licnn Ct'iivcntiiiQ will bu helJ at the Court
Housf, to Hitli'ct ilel(!j,'Htes tu the CimrcM
siotittl ami Hcnituriul Conventions, liy a
caucus ttjfrctmtnt, the anti-Tlii'muH boys
will not take any part in tho convention,
but will bido tlielr time, Probubly tliey
have come to tl,u Concluaioa at last, that
the only tiling tlnj cun do to hurt the mun
they have so iony souoht to "dowu" in vain,
id to vote him down at the polls. But this
they haven't the courage to do. Their dis
like of Cant. Thotnus isn't atroni,' enouyli
for that; ami in November they will take
the stme nl 1 bitter dose, with a horrible
griratce tint will alowly tlie away ia a
Hinile indicative of enforced resignation.
The nomination of Mr, Burton at Cen
tralis Wednesday, gives much satisfaction
to tlie mfij irity of the Democrats here and
it K'ive9 dist;sf iction to none of them. Mr.
Burton U a very worthy young man. Per
haps the only thing thai could be said
against him ia, that he is not acquainted
with the ddties and details of the import
ant office to which ho aspires and would
Cud much difficulty for a while to attend
to them with any degree of efficiency. But
he is an upt young man, earnest and per
sistent in tin pursuit of a given purpose,
and it will not b long before he will dis
charge the duties of the office with 83 much
dispatch as the former able incumbent did.
In every oilier respect Mr. Burton is a
model young man as far as we know, and
the party will support him heartily iu every
county in this judical district.
Last We lmsJay a fine cow belonging
to the Sisters at St. Mary's Infirmary was
uiis.icd. Ail search fur her was unavailing
until yesterday, when Mr. James Smith,
who is employed about the hospital grounds,
heard of her in Mound City, He went
there and learned that the cow, together
with two others, had been brought there
by a young m in and sold to a butcher. All
three cows brought 50, which was dirt
cheap, for tho animals were in moderately
good condition. The young man who sold
the Cuws said, in reply to the question
where the animals had come from, that he
had kept tht-m all winter near Villa Itidie.
This young man had a partner who came
up after the sale had been made and ex
pressed great dissatisfaction at the price
the animais brought, saying that if he had
been there before, they would nothava been
sold so cheaply. Both young men are from
Cairo and are belitved to be under arrest
at Mound City. They will be examined
to-day and if what Mr. Smith tells us is
true (and we do not doubt that his) both
young fellows will come to grief. It ia
cot known whom the other two cows belong
to, but there are doubtless some persons
iu the city who hve lost cows and who
uiaygiin something by icquiring into this
matter. Later, we learn that the parties
arrested are Henry Hayes, a young man
who was a short time ago clerking for Mr.
Adolph S.vobola here, and EJ. Keohler,
well-known her They were captured by
the Mound City police a short distance out
trom the city and are in custody there.
A little pain in the back is often a death
warning; but despite the warning, St. Ja
cobs Oil will cure it.
A Great Conqueror.
Everybody hates egotism, yet history is
full of it. Sesostri?, one of Egypts early
kings, was so full of egotism, that tho fame
of his deeds miglit long survive him, that
he erected columns in the countries through
which he passed, on which was inscribed :
"Sesostris, kings of kings and lords of lords,
subdued this country by Ihe power of his
arms." That monarch showed no doubt, a
great deal of egotism by his actions; but
would it be egotistical to say that Dr.
Bill's Cough Syrup has done more than
subdued a country, because it has conquer
ed millions ol obstinate col Is and coughs,
that held their victims in neks and tor
tures, worse than the Inquisition? We
think not! Dr. Bud's Cough Syrup needs
no column to perpetuate its fame and
worth, its benefaction will be a household
tradition among those it has cnancipated.
Editors ate proverbially cautious in lend
ing the endorsement of their names and in
fluence, but Mr. John Henrr, of tho Valley
Sentinel, at Sidney, Ohio, sends a voluntary
testimonial to the merits of Alhlophoroe.
Ho writes, "The medicine you sent me has
given my wife more relief from rheuma
tism and neuralgia than anything she has
ever tried, aud she has tried everything,
having bet n'a sufferer for fifteen years. I
huve let other sullerers hero have thu med
ic ine, with much benefit."
Four prominent ruembors of a ( in
einnati wiiist club eertil'v to a nona1 k
nolo hand of whist Ui od by ilifiti re
ceully, nl which, iifn-r' l!.o curls had
been thoroughly .sh'.lll.: I,- uric of :1m
players received thir,een 1 1 -t i . - r: !
another thirteen .spitdes, :ind .'mother
thirteen hearts, and the oilier thiru-eu
clubs, the latter being trumps. T wo
pucks of curds were uod.
Not long n:o a bachelor farmer in
Arizona advertised in a h:.n Francisco
paper for a wife. One of the rep'ies
thai pleased him said that the writer
was employed in a largo dry goods
store. Hastening to ' Frisco, he called
at tho store, presented tho letter and
was accepted. Ten days later the pair
were united and left for thoir little
homo in Arizona. Tho next week tho
farmer took liis wife down to Almetta
to visit, his brother, when, to tho
amnzomout of all, it was found that
v,t,0,', wif0 nmi his were sisters.
KEW YORK FASHIONS.
Coinnieiicemeiit Dri'sseaJtme Weldings-Bridal
Toilettes -Biidt'Siiiai Is
Celebrated Beauties in Wax.
S.irigged muslin, standard and pretty, is
a safe choic, whilo fitio French Nainsook
more or less embroidered, India lawns arid
Hamburg "all over" embroideries give va
riety this yo kr made up not only in native
simplicity but often with added attraction
of colored satine or Surah placed beneath.
Cashmere showing through Oriential net is
novel, and with dresses of all kindi, an off
set of velvet, such as cuffd, coll r and loop
ing., give peculiar style. 1 lie lamny oi
light wools is thus adorned ; one sees a plen
tiful crop of ribbon bows, nor must the cor
sage and hand bouquet be forgotten, the
former, sometimes tied with a shoulder
A huge drawing of matrimonial lottery
tickets is ab ut to take place more uncer
tain than the much-decried Louisiana State,
since Beauregard and Early do not as in
the ca-c of the latter gu irautce perfect fair
ness on tho part of a future husband. Yet
the Juno bride, happy and confident, thinks
only now of her present finery. Cream
white satin, brocade or Surah with cover
ing of fina lace net is the first choice; next
in order, China silk, fine grenadine, gauz,
Surah, albatross or Nun's vailing, while
cashmere covered with net is also a stylish
and not expensive choice. The veil still of
tulle should manifestly seiid its fleecy full
over flowing lines of drapery, and bunch
ing and puffing for the bridal robe is out
of place, while the train of course imparts
a grace of outline possible to nothing else.
Trains thereforo we have. In flowers the
traditional orango appears destined per
haps to become traditional since many
delicate white blossoms now take prece
dence, an instance of palo pink having been
lately placed on record. White lilacs,
white roses, azaleas, white lilie, lilies of
the valley or snow drops are chosen, and in
arranging the veil, it is optional to catch it
iu a rosette on the top of the head, so that
it fulls back, or drapa it with a view tthe
entire or partial shading ot tho lace.
Gloves, long and white. Slippers and
stockings, ditto. But black silk hosiery
with black slippers of kid or Batin will
now and then ba worn.
A shrewd calculation is sometimes made
that an immediate trip may cost less than
the spectacular outfit otherwise necessary
Since for the fugitive bride, any nice, pale
colored dress will answer. Usefully made
without tram, bonnet to match, if in church
gloves corresponding or light tawny shade
When the wedding is made a spectacle, tlie
bridesmaids, or perhaps more accurately
their dresses, become of importance. Oen
era'.ly colored aud in fanciful style: a li
cense for bunchiness, but to the train, pro
hibition. Pictorial effects being chiefly
looked for, tho model bridesmaid must be
content with her allotted niche, and is
dressed not so much according to her own
will as with reference to what will harmon
ize or contrast with others. Little girls
and boys are therefore sometimes ma do to
do duty, while as a modern improvement
we note the advent of tho "maid of honor,"
a young lady dressed differently from her
mates, placed apart in the procession, and
deputed to a.-sist the bride in removing her
BEAUTIES IN WAX.
Pictorial effects being chiefly sought af
ter at the Edeu Musce, a very popular
place of amusement devised on the plan of
Mme Tussaud's London wax works, we see
groups of famous people looking so life
like that ono expects them to move and
talk. Patti, with a roll of music in her
hands, wears a pink sitin costume, finished
with lace, elbow sleeves, and long gray
gloves. Mrs. Langtry in a rich toilette of
ruby brocade, velvet and satin, stands
greeting with courtly grace, a newly intro
duced admirer. Mary Anderson in tragic
pose, wears a beautiful toilette of yellow
sa'in ami brocade, while in a contrasting
group, the lovely French Empress, perpetu
ally kneels in widow's weeds.
Leer Cart eii.
W. F. :.Anity, river editor of ixt Bin runt
and ste Miho.-it pn sender a.'ent. Orders for all
kinds or steamhoat ton prlr.tliie solicited. Ullico
at bower's European Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE KIVEIl.
The river marked by the gaugo at ihis
port at 0 p. ru. 27 feet 9 inches and fall
Chattanooga, M'ty 83. River 5
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, May 22. River 18 feet 9
inches and rising.
Louisville, May 23. River 8. IVct 0
inches ami fulliug.
Nashville, May 22. River (1 ft 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 22. Rivet 5 feet I) in
ches and rising.
lit Louis, Miy 22 -River It) ft 4 inch
es and falling.
The City of Baton Rousje will receive
freight here to-day f r New Orleans.
Tho Hudson from St. Louis passed up the
Ohio last ni ht for shawnsetown.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis wi 1
report here this evening for Vicksburg.
Tlie Wyoming from New Orleans is due
up for Cincinnati this evening.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
arrived here at 3 .1)0 p. in. yesterday. SU
was light but haj a large passenger trift
depaiteJ lurt. Louis ut 4 p. iu.
The Audy Biumfroin Memphis arrived
here at 4 n. in. yesterday. She had a fair
up stream trip, departed for Cincinnati at
4 ::;o a. m.
The New Mary Houston was to leave
Cincinnati Wednesday evening for New Or
leans, but has postponed leaving until to
morrow at 5 p. ui.
Capt. Deun, of the Ohio, was presented
with another picture, this timo it was from
a lady admirer. The Captain's friends
sjorn to think that ha has a decided pref
erence for art.
Ben Egan, the old time manner of the
Cumberland, passed up as passenger on the
Andy Baum yesterday.
The Mississippi is rising slowly at St.
Louis, but falling in the Ohio at Cincinnati,
Louisville and other points.
The Ella Kimbtough discharged at East
St. Louis Wedne's Jay 2300 sacks of wheat
and 40,000 feet of lumber. Mrs. Kim
brough made a trip up the Osage river on
the little packet. She will arrive home this
morning via rail from St. Louis.
Capt. Henry Taybr has g'ne to Dawson
Springs for his health. He has been con
fined closely to business for several years as
mrster of the Cu3 Fowler and a few weeks
recreation at the above popular watering
resort will no doubt prove very beneficial
to his health.
A large body of the paved wharf at
Maiuphis, at tho foot of Jefferson Street
caved into the river Wednesday and the
immense cotton seed oi! works of Hananer
& Co. are in great d inger, the piling in
front having given away.
The Buckeyo State leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati, is due early Sunday
UoiiNar.tls Hastened to their Graves!
Relying on testimonials written in vivid
dowiug language or somo miraculous
cures made by some largely pulled up doc-
jr or patent medicine has hastened thous
ands to their graves; believing in their al
most insane taith that the same miracle
wili he performed on them, and that these
testimonials make thecures, while tho so
called medicine is all the timo hastening
them to their irrives. We have avoided
publishing testimonials, as they do not
make the euros, although we have
THOCSASDJ Vl'OS THOUSANDS
of them, one of the most wonderful cures,
voluntarily sent us. It is our medicine,
Hop Bitters that makes the cures. It has
never failed and never can. We will give
refert-r.ee to any for any disease similar to
their own it" desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world but can
show its cures by Hop Bitters.
A LOSING JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg said
to a Udy patient who was complaining ot
her continued ill health, and of his inabili
ty to cure h r, jokingly said: "Try Hop
Bitters!" The lady took it in earnest and
u.-ed the Hitlers', from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
elector for his j kf, but he is not so well
pleased with if, as it cost him a good pa
tient. FEES OF D' CTOIIS.
The lees of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in. we be
lieve the schedule for visits is 3.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bed for a
year, anil in need ot a aauy visit, over
f 1,000 a year for medical attendand alone I
And one bottle of Hop Bitters taken in timo
would save the f 1,000 and all tho year s
A LADY'S WI3U.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft it3 yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired the first lady.
"By using Hp Bitters that make pure,
rich blood and blooming1 health. It did for
me as you observe.''
OIVES IT BY THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cureii by so simple a
"I assure ynu it istruo that he is entirely
curd, and with nothing but Hop Eitters,
and on y ten days ago his doctors gavo him
up and siid he must die, from Kidney and
Liver trouble !"
IIIE BEST TJITSO KNOWN
In n.trd or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
P VVFS LABOR. TIWH an.! SOAP AM.W.
SvciLV and Kivea univvrst satNfai-tlou. Na
fimily nc-u or poor, .nould be without i.
R.,1.1 bv all Orocora. UEWA KB of Imitations
WeVl I to mislead. PKAULINK is the
t)M Y s.U'K labor-navlnx compound, and ait
waj bears the above symbol, aud name of
OAUE3 FYUC SEW VOKK.
ufii ft mm
For I Sal o bv