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Thuleallng hclmlM ol to-nuv nirr.-i- lliHt uiuat
fllwsoc" arc :iiii..i hv ilixoroVnil Kiliii:y or I.I v.
cr. II, theitfurctlm Klilli-'y ajnl Liver arc k' it in
porfi'ct orrfiT. perfect hua'lli jill lm tint rcnult
J hi truth Iiuk onjy limn kin.uu rbort tune ni.l
for yr pifopUi .ffi-md iin-Ht agony wi'hont Iw
Ina ililo to find rMirl. T ho flUcuvcry of Wnrncr'a
biife Hiducy ami Liver Cure iu rl u uew r in
the trrat;nnt of thi troiib'e. Mario frnm a
implu tropica leaf ol rare mine, It outnlim juct
thn I'lumi'iiif uc ry t iHuri.li and liiviuorain
both of th'' uri'M otgin, snr r"f"ly ronturn mid
kuep ihcm In oidiir. It 1 i'USJTI VB ItC.M KliV
for all trie dim nww that caum imiIi.h In 4h lower
part of thn body-lor TVr(il I l.tvtr Hviulavlii-a
Jnidte-!ia.Uiw- j ''! lf',Vir. t'UerMii
Jial tyr, and ll (lirliojtHi ol thn liidunyn.Xivtr
and l rliiary rnn.
It I an rxcrllen and ltd' romi-'lf Tor f niU dur
triif Pri'irnaucy, Ti will ronlrol Mi turn iiri ion and
t iDvaliialil": for ltirrlnrR or lalllng of the
An a Blood PurlAVr il la uneiiiuid, f'-r li cnrm
the nrn that make th hluixl .
'It .ivd my lir.-." K. II. l.xkvly. N,;!iia. Ala
"It i too Mmedy l.lmt will i uru tho many dla
tw M;tullir to w mm." - Molln rV Mic'iiasim;.
' It tia paxH-d fi'viTe tc t ni.d won i-udtirae
nienl from ti line of lliv lik'licl niudical talci t in
the country. "Sfw York World.
"No rnni.d h'retofuri- dlcovi-n'd ran ! Ir'M
for "ne uiomfiit in comurioii with it "- K'-v. I.
A. Ilirvcy, U I) , Waliin;ton, II. ('.
Thla Kt'ini-Hy, whli li hafdnno cuch wonder". I
put np In the L AltiKT HIZKO IKITI.ES of anv
medicine upon x. market, and I I M hy drawl
and ail d'-al'Tt at irr buttle. Kor f tintx-tt-,
culture for (VAKSKK'ri SAKK DIAHE I KS C L ICK
Il in a J'OSI'n VK K'-nu-dy.
II. II WAKN Kit it CO , Il'iclinKter. N, V.
MRS. LY3IA F. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th PfltlTf f'nr.
For all Female Complaints.
Thlaprrparmttxfl. t IU nanui afirniflM, ronalaU nt
VagetaM l"roiw tt tlwt am bnnlv to Uw Duml del
fct Inraild. l'WHi on trial tue mrrtta of tMa Om
Kual will t" nniK, jrlitf Li imnwdliUn ; and
lien It" u l(oiitiD'id. In ninety n.n rMliiilin
drd, ap',rTnantDtcup,UrTxrt.,aitLhniaiuda will tna
tlfy. On axciiut of It proftn rurlU, It It kula j to
euinnwnM aod pr ribrd by tUa Itttt pbyilciajia In
It will fur antuvlr tb wnrt form of flln
of t&o ntrea, Uuooitk, IrrryuUr and painfal
llraKtraatlan.allOfarlaitTraublxa, InrlAminMlon and
Iteration, noorllrura, all Dlalaprmonta and tti con
rqtwnt apinal wkiuw,and la MpwUlly a'taptod to
thaCtuutgaof Ufa. ItwIUdlMnlra and eipl tumnrt
f r lb atoruiln an riy logo of d-Tf l..pinnt. Tlia
tndowylncnrroilnin'rthT l cbeckwt ry
fKlly by Ita aw.
In fart tt ha prrtd b tlM put
et and bt irmdy Uiat liu r trr bf'ii dlarotar
ad It prmtr nrrj ortton of lb ytMn, and
Bw llfrand rigor. It mnn fwutn.Htiilinry, d
trora all crarlng for attmujaiiu, and rt Uerca waakncM
l tb atonuwh
eunw Bl(Mir, nadarbr, rrrmu Pruxtratlfn,
OanaraJ Dntdllty, Bkxpiwnmt, Ivpnlon and In.ll
tMtlnn. Ttiat fwlliuj of lirartnii ilo n, raiMlna pain,
welbl and barkarbo, la alwaya prmianrntly eurrd hy
Itauaa. It wMnt all tit nd uiptrnll rlrrunutan
eaa, art In bannuny with tb l tht innnu tha
FirKlitney'iniplaltilof pltlmr ax tbla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetaMe Compound
Inprtand atCTand VS Woatorn ATima. Lynn, Maaa.
PrlrellM. Six butt Ira for n.on Arm hy mail in tlx
furmof pllla, auxiln tha form of lfntra, on rrvript
of prloa, U, r bm, for rlthrr. lira. PtSidlAM
f nsaly annwrra all lett'in of Inquiry. Si-nd for paru
pblat. Addnw aa abotn Xniti'm ISu yui;rr.
Ha family ahouldba without I.YIU K. I'lNKHAM'
LiTOn DMA. Ttiy ciro (Vintliwtlun, HUiouanMa
aadTorptditr of thatJrrr. II renta i r Ikil
KOIt SAI.K IIV DUI (itilSTS.
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linker, .Vi. I'andviiiukur, ri. Tuxldermlat, Mi.
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To Nervouti Nuflewi-Thn (iront Kiunpeini Kfp
fflV It. .f. Hi SllllpSIIU'hSll'fIIC Jlt'llll'lllll,
Dr. J. B. Nlmiiaon'a Upcclllr Mtdlcltie la n uhi
ttve euro for Spernuilnrrli' it, Ittipi'letioy, Wiakneaa
and all dlaeaaea reaiillltiK Irom SiiH-Abui-tt. aa Ner
voua Debllltv.lrrilnblllty.Miitilnl Anxiety. I.iii.'uor,
I.aaalttide, Uepreaaion or.splrlia mid Intii'tloiiiil dit
rancotnuiita of tlm Nervotia Syatt in i-enerally I'aliia
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tiny kind, a abort
rourau of ihla iniiilli.lne u ill reatoru I. u li.nl lulu:
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fori) whh deapouiieiiry mill L'looni Tho hpucltto
Alaillcino la bulii( uaeil With wouderltil our.
Painpliluta arnt fres lo all. Write for Ihum nnd
ifet full narl uti lira.
Prlcu, Hperlitr, 1.l per parktiBt'. or 'x pnrk
Htf' for I'l.O". Will he nrnl by mall on receipt of
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nnd olhura atilTerlMl from weakneaaea. nervotia 'le
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to the bajbltt; axe-Uail UimtxM ccptablev Jtajwted
m mnai-rlpt will not be retonied.
I.ntr.rf andcommnnlrtlonhoald be addrened
"K. A Uuruett Cairo Illlnoia "
A Frightful Advonture,
Tlify tvt-ro a lmily of f' tir con)lc9
futiiifi over on th nt! unlHirtt Saacol
i!o l:si Snii'lity, ami tlio pn'ttirjst p;irlo(
tint gusher Inokml ti) al Mt. Titiua!
pais at)' I said:
"() that lioirid. horrM niouritain! 1
hail t!;e ni'ist friritful adventure tip
thft o lust Kiiminr yon ever IiPard of.
It's a wonder my liair dida't turn
' Wlmt on earth was ilT' clioiu3c.il
"Well, you cn, I wai ut there with 8
priv iio picnic patty, and I wnn lcred
fY by myself alout a mile, picking
Ihiwers. After a wliihs I hat down to
rent in a lonely canon, and before long
I heard a qtn-er rust ly bound in soinu
111111110 ritrlit behind mo. I knew at
onco. somehow, that it was h p-rizly."
(Jreat Sc itt! and you all alone!"
shiiildorcd tliH osfiirt.
"Xot a MOtil within a inilo of me, 1
wa-i just paralyzed with terror. I didn't
dire to rtir, hut in a milium I heard tin'
beast coining toward rue thnnli the
"O if I'd only been there!'' said a
youtiir man, breathing very hard.
"1 know it was no use to try and run,
and I had hoard somewhere that bear
newr touch dead people. So I just
closed my eyes and held my breath."
"Pretty soon tho treat bruto walked
up close, and began sniU'mr me all
over. O! it was jnt terrible"'
"Should have thought you would
"O I didn't daro to," said tho hero
ine. "Jn-t" then, I Mippose, the party
rushed tip and rescued you?'' said the
"No. thej; didn't. Pretty soon I felt
the frreat beast luillin;; at the flowers in
my hat; so I just pot up and shoved the
horrid thin"; awav!"
"What, the jrrizly ?"
'() it wasn't a griz.lv! It was a nasty
old cow! Bui just suppose it had been a
Rut the audience refused to "sup
pose," and the party looked like a
Quaker funeral until the boat struck
the n harf.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A KCIIK I CUE Kot'ND AT LAsT. 0 ONK Nkfcll
A sure cure fur the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has beeu (lis
cuvcred by Or. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A ringlo box has cured the. worst
chronic enst a of 23 and UO years standing.
No one need HiB'er five iniuutcsalterapply
in;,' this wonderful aoothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than g'tod. William's Oint
ment ab.sorbs the tunioi'8, allays the intense
itching f particularly Bt nifjht after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant und painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Read what the Hon J. M. Cottinbcrry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment : "I have used scores of
pile cures, pnd it affords mo pleasure to nay
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indinn Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00. i
Fkank S. Hkniiy&Co.,
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
l'or balo by Oko. li. O'h.vua, Druggis.
TIip Popular Demand.
Ho great has beeu tho popular demand
for the 'celebrated remedy Kidney Wort,
that it is having an immense sale from
Maino to California. Home have found it
inconvenient to prepare it lioin the dry
compound. For such thu proprietors now
prepare- it in litpiid form. This can bo pro
cured Ht thu druggists. It has precisely
the same effect as the dry, but is very con
centrated bo that tho dose is much auialler.
A Talented Lady'ri View.
Mrs. C. F. Fleming, Stato Lecturer of
Missouri, and iiIho an artist of raro merit,
whoso picturo of Adelaide Ncilson is pro
nounced, by thu prcBs to lie the most beau
tiful portrait In tho United States, in a re
cent letter said : "I have been troubled
with kidney disease since my childhood,
and it finally culminated m chronic catarrh
of the bladder. It would bo impossible
tor mo to doscribo how much I have suf
fered, and I had abandoned all hope of
ever being cured. I was, however, recom
mended to try Warner's Baft) Kidney and
Liver Cure, ami it lias done mo more good
than the combined skill of all tho physi
cians I have ever tried during my cntiro
life." Such testimony is lieyonil question,
and proves tho vultt to oil ladies of the
remedy it advocates.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1881.'
A young English imhleiuan, accord
ing to the London Woihl, whose own
flnnueoB are not in very fir I late order,
and who is obliged to measure his own
expenses by the length of his purse, re
ceived a cool request from his younger
brother, that he would kindly pay up
his debts, amounting, so ho suid, to bo
betwecu three nnd four thousand
pounds. As thin is by no means Dm
first time, the Kuii earnestly pressed
his brother to acquaint him with tho
whole of his liabilities, in order that he
might pay them off onco and forever.
The next day the s diedulo was duly
presented, and tho demand iomo this
time to the tuno of ten thousr.nd
pounds. The most wonderful ami un
accountable part of this whole story is
that the elder brother paid the money.
The largest body of people In this
country keeping themselves separate
from the rest of the population are the
Mennonites in Kansas. They are Ger
man in language and customs, though
they came from southern Russia.
They undertook to establish villago lifo
in Kansas, similar to that which they
had left in Europe, the farms running
off from tho village in long, narrow
strips, but this plan was not found
practicable, and tho farming is now
done in tho ordinary American man
ner. Where the land is owned in
quarter sections, however, four houses
are built in tho adjacent corners, en
abling thu inhabitants to become near
neighbors. As a rule, the Mennonites
are rrclicr than IJjc average of Western
faiineiat..- 'i'hey.'flic not communistic,
as has been said, though claunish, and
opposed to mixing bocially or in busi
ness with the people aiound them.
A correspondent of the San Francisco
liuUdin, writing uliout summer excur
sions iu Alaska, says: Some of the
weirdest sunlight effects imaginable are
had in Alaska at the season when the
sun is constantly altove or on the hori
zon, and when, as in Joshua's time,
he "hastens not in his going down"
for the space of not a brief day onl3
but for over a month. Alaska is aland
of gloom and a land of shadow, a land
of mists and a land of rain, a land of
lakes and a land of waterfalls, a land
of ocean-river echoes, a land of sileuco
and a land of peace. Yet it has spells
not only of mellow but of glorious sun
shine. Sailing through its vast island
archipelagoes and water-reaches tit
such seasons is probably as impres-ivo
and wonderful us anything which a
lover of wild nature can experience in
any portion of the world.
The total catch of seals on the coast
of Newfoundland trom the loth of
March to the fifteenth of May was
4w,M3, nnd represented a value
ia European markets of sumo
iH.l'Oo.ijoo. This large contribut'on to
the common wealth of the world has
been supplied by about twelve thousand
Newfoundland fishermen in one single
economic- industry, and during the
brief period of to months. It is,
therefore, no exaggeration to affirm
that the seal fishery of this country is
tho world's greatct ocean fishery.
Since the application of steam to the
destruction of seals, the most extraor
dinary performance on record is the
capture, during the spring, by the
crew of the sU-amer Resolute of not less
than sixty-throe thousand young seals
within the brief space of nine days.
One of the freaks of nature is said to
be a bird convention at Somerset, Ky.,
in a cedar forest Every evening the
sky is darkened by great (locks of them
coming to roost. They comprise birds
of every tongue, plumage, and variety
known to the tropics, jir-ge limbs of
trees are broken oil' by their weight
Thttrangest fea'ure of tho gathering
is the harmony that exists between
thee bilds. The hawk and dove roost
in peace on the same branch, and rob
ins, sparrows an-l owls mingle freely
together. When thee denizens of thn
grove move oil' iu the morning tho
sight is said to be a gorgeous one, tlieii
varigated plumage showing to great
advantage, while their songs make the
air vocal with delightful melody.
Old Feat in New Guis9-
An old feat is strikingly varied in a
Western circus. Leaping, from a
spring board over a row of elephants,
camels and horses has censed to move
an audience. In thn present instance
the leaper personates an Arab pursued
hy a company of soldiery. They drive
him tip a lull and Hand in a dozen
ranks at its fix-t with their spears up
raised. Then tho Arab runs down tho
hill, jumps on the spring board (which
looks like a rock) and bounds with a
somersault over tho heads and spears
of the eni iny.
The Canadian Stove.
Tho stove is the pearl of tho Canadi
Climatic peculiarities nfl'ccling a
people's character in the long run, it is
not surprising that very many points of
nice etiquette should cluster around an
arliclo of furniture so important as tho
Tho distrain upon a cook-stove is il
legal; An ordinance of bare justice to
the British immigrant, who else, in
stead of entering upon considerations
of added independence, would have
ono more arliclo or household use lia
ble to seizure. -
Not only have grave seigniors of tho
law pronounced on behalt of tho heat
supplying domiciliary pet, but hopeless
lovers themselves have in their lucid in
tervals mapped out boundary lines of
conjugal duty relating to tho govern
ment of the stove. It has boen'settled
by hoary precedent that the husband is
to rise and light tho tires, returning to
bed or not, as ho may think tit, anil
that his spouse, be sho bride or matron,
shall make tho morning cofl'oo. Ho to
split all the wood, both hard and soft,
and to fetch in tho former; she to per
form tho lighter carrying- duly. Such
is the final Judgment of all thefeniinlno
law courts in Canada, and from it thore
is no appeal.
When British maidens lay by judic
ious assortments of linen ana china,
C'UiHdian virgins sloro up cast-iron
trophies of stoves and etovo utensils;
nor docs this Spartan sternness of pre
paratory discipline indurate feminino
uiituro to the extent that might be Im
Habit grows iu nature to food th
stove is as natural to tho Canadian boy
as lo swim, akalo, or ttrivu sleigh.
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aaMffHMiMt r .
COSTIVENIS:::::::::r:v:v::::::::::::PIMPLES AND BLOTCHi&iE
"I'm all Played Out,"
is a common complaint. If yci fuel so,
get a package of Kidney Wort and take it
and you wti at once feel its tonic power.
It renews the healthy action of the kid
neys, bowels and liver, and thus restores
the natural life and btrcngth to the weary
body. It can now be had in either dry or
liquid form, and in either way is always
prompt and efficient in action. New Bed
Making a Raise.
John Hays, Credit P. 0., says that for
nine months he could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in the shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Electric Oil
he was entirely cured. Taul C. Schuh,
Is the cheapest; best, and most compre
hensive automaliu musical instrument ever
brought forth. It has 22 notes; (G more
than anyother musical instrument) plays in
3 keys; is simple in construction; It can be
played by a child--It is absolutely perfect
in its rendition of music, beating its own
time, while all' others require faster or
Docs away with cranks and handles,
being played by direct action of the bellows.
It plays any kind of music' Both Auto
phone and music are cheaper by far than
all others. Send for circular.
Liberal discount to canvassers.
Address, Tub ArrornoNK Co.,
Ithaca, N. Y.
Since vitality or nervous strength is en
gendered most speedily by the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of llypophosphitc?,
it is the remedy calculated not only to miti
gate the violence of wasting diseases, aud
induce a rapid recovery, but also to protect
such as use it from lieing attacked by epi
The Elixir of Life.
That purely vegetable compound, Iku
ixK K Blood Bittehs, may be justly termed
the Elixir of Life. A pleasant and effect
ive medicine; it imparts strength and vi
tality to the whole system. Price f 1.00,
trial size, 10 cents.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to scud Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for tho cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. I). A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
paper. ' '
Hope On, Hope Kjer,
No matter 'what the ailment may be,
rheuinetism, neuralgia, lameness, asthma,
bronchitis if other treatment has failed
hope on ! go at once for Thomas' Electric
Oil. It will secure you immediate relict.
Paul G. Sehuh, agent.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All fits stopped tree. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Perm.
As being a certain cure fur the worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, im
purity of blood, torpid liver, disordered
kindeys, etc., and ns a medicino for eradi
cating every Bpoclesct humor, from an or
dinary pimple to the worst ulcer, Burdock
Blood Bitters stand unrivaled. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
Stop That Conah. ,
If you are suffering with a cough, cold'
asthma, bronchi'.is, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling iu the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
nnd lung affections, and enn cheerfully
recommend it to all. Cull and get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale bv George E. OTIara. Druggist,
Cairo, III." (;))
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Rluomer, Virgillc, N. Y. writes:
"Thomas' Eclei trie Oil cured a badly swol
len neck and sore throat in forty-eight
hours. My wife whs also cured nt a lmno
foot iu twenty-(our hours." Tatil O. Schuh,
A t'oiijrli, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not dimmlcr the etoinarh like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers ami
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches hnve been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide nnd constant use for nearly
nn entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold nt 125 cents A
V. A. Scratch, druggist, Huthvcn, Out.,
writes: "I have tho greatest confidence iu
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In ono caso
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible, Ono
lady told mo that half a bottle did her more
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken." Trice
(1.00, trial size 10 ceuts.
by PAULG.SCHUII, CAIRO, ILLS..:;:
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Eclectric. Sih Eclectric
WottTii Its Wetoiit in Gold.
O u ie S
EHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMATISIi. COUGHS AND
Sold hy all Druggists.
Oo to PAUL O. iSCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 ceuts.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
Sm DISEASES, BEEUMATISH,
CATAEBH, HEXOBKHOIDS, Etc Also for
Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
rTry them. 25 and 50 cent sixes
C11XD MFD A I. AT TUE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION.
felLVEB B.ESAL AT TH& PARIS
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
VjO BROADWAY NEW YOKK
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N. CRA1NE, Oeneral Manaj?er for Illinois-, Iowa, Nebraska, and tho
Territories, lttH Dearborn Street, Cliieatro.
!E. A. BUENETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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PlilCE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Article from pur
Vaseline uch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
araaera nana aa; aiauure
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
of all oar goods.
EXPOSITION. COLGATE & CO., K.Y.
of the .United States.
insuraco to a degree before