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THE DAILY (JJURO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Twrmsi ot Huhioriptlon.
FHKK Of POBTidi:
Dally one year hycarnor $13 01)
CM per cent, discount II paid iu advance.)
lally, one year iiy mall . i? 2?
Daily, ona month J 011
Weekly, oue year
Weolv. f months .. I'll)
fay-Clubs of five or morn for Weekly Utilletln at
onetime, per year, $1 W
INVAKIAHUt IN AIIVANC.
All Communications should (- sddressed to
K. A. M'KNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It In for the
(dure "of thiVdiaeaM and its attendant!,
SICK-HEADACHE, BILI0D8NES8, JDY8
PEP8IA, C0NSTIPATI05,FILE8. eto., that
iUTT'B PILLS have Rained a world-wide)
reputation. NoRomedyJhaa ever been
discovered "that acta jio ftentiyjonjthe
diKBHtive organs, (rlvinn them vigor to aa
Bimilate food. A a natural result, the
Nervous System ii Braced, the M unci eg
lire Developed, and the Body Bobnat.
OlilllM rtiicl Povor.
B. RIVAL Plantar lit bayou Sara, U.,hi:
My plantation la tn a malaria) (Imtiiut. For
aeveral yaara 1 could not male half a orop on
account of bltloua (llaeaaaa and ohllle. 1 waa
nearly dtarouragl whan 1 began tha u of
TLTT 8 1'JI.LH Tha reault aaa marvelous:
my laborere aoon harsme hearty and robust,
and I have bad no further troubla.
Thr? rr Her Ihr na-onrrd Liter, rleana
br ialood from tMtlawnnua humor, find
mom- Ihr Itonrls I" a-l naturally, frith
out whleli no one ran tel t-ll.
Try lutarrranly talrly.and.Tou willjfalB
health lla-rlln. inru llixtr, Pur
riliMxt, Mroiiaj .Srrra, and aAMMind Liver.
I"rlcs 3 rata. IHIIm,U Murray hu, N. V.
Ill v II a til r Wimskkhs chanKixt to a rtliawv
i fix by a ninKlc application of this Dyk. It
Imports a imturnl color, and art liialJtiiliiij'wiiiNly.
l.v lniKift-i, or will Iiy express on receipt
f One fMlitr.
Offif.-o, an Murrny Striet, New York.
(r. Itrr MAM At. of lnuaMa
information and Imrfut Mtteviptm 1
trill hr tnnUrit FREE oil avjiiirnlintu W
'Ilic licit! ami Worth It
arc Btver iuiiutoil ami coitntt.-rfciUol. This
is especially true of a family medicine, ami
it is positive prnt that tlie remedy imita
ted ist of tlie liidteit value. As soon as it
li.'td been tottal and proved !y tlie whole
world 1 1 'at Hon Itit t r wa tin: purest, best
and most valinMo taniily niediciue od
faith, many imitation opruti up and be
,an to steal the notices in which the proas
and people of the country had i,.X)iested
the merits of II. 15., and in every way trying
to induce BUtr-i inij invalid to use their
htuff instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and trooil name of II. 11. Many
otheis started nostrums put up in similar
style to 11. IJ., with variously devised names
in w hich the word "Hop" or Hops" were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same a Hop Bitters. All
Much pretended retnedie or cureo, no mat
ter what their stle or name in. and es
pecially thoso with the word ''Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
ni't'ted with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Heware of them.
Touch none of them. I'se nothing lmt gen
uine Hop Hitter.", w ill) a hunch or cluster
of green Hops on the white la'x 1. Trust
nothing el hp. ttiggisU and dealers are
warred against dealing in imitations or
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all th Painful Complalnta and Wcake
n aaauaoa ( aur brt fvmale populatlan.
A Mfillcliif for Woman. inTcntnl by a Woiitan.
l'rrparcd by a Woman.
T 6ralit IMI1 Wir.t-ry 8l-tll" !" Hlttwy.
trttrprkm thtt drooplnj nplrlU, InTorati and
hniwulfci the ortraiUr fnnrtlmu, ulv Itl-lty and
flrmnow tn tlif alp. rpatnro. thonMiiral luat re tt
aye, and pUiil on th iala chk of wom-n tlie fin,
rnsKi f llfo'K -prim, and rly Kimmrr tlma.
ttTPhylclani Us II and Prescribe It Freely.
It rcmovM faint niw. MutiUncy, dt-atroys all cravlnir
for tluiuUnt,andri-llvowKakn-'aof tha atomach.
That fwlln of bi-aring dowu, cau1i)(r pain, weigh!
nd Iw kachu, la alwv pKrnmnitly cun'd by tt una.
ror tha cura of kldnry Complalnta of etthar art
tblt Coaipouod Ii unaurpaaard.
1.TPMK. PINKHAMT IllOOI) PrRIPIKR
nil ,'i,i,ma er-ry -lin nr Hiinirira from tha
WoUai dilVa ton and atrnnirth tn tha -yaum, of
man woman or ebUd. lnl"ton having It,
Both tha Compound auTlliood lrlnKr ara prpa"1
tT3anil 334 Wotrn Arcnue, Ljun, Maw. I'rkaof
Ithnr, l. Six bottle for Bnt by mall hi the form
of pllla, or of loaongea, on n-oelpt of price, II perbo
for either. Mm. Plnkham f wly aiifwam all Ipttera of
taq"u7- Enelua ataiupSend for pamphlet.
Kb family -hould without I.VnU K riNKIUM'S
MVKU I1.I.S. Thr ruioontlllon, blllou.a.-M,
and torpidity of the Ur. US centa p.-r bot
m. l.v all Itruastata.'Ct 0)
m m i3. . .. -
HARRIS REMEDY CO.IihWa,.
3-lvitw I PH06.HAHRI8 PASTILLE REMEDY
A lit 'ovn9 Mln ""'I et,l,,r auttnr
.. ii, .'! JiillKJ fnaa Svnoin (1111 I'hralcil Dohll
WMlMwK 1 y. Hraiaaiata RahamUn awl
wtPPwr I ""I' anany ulimmy cut'uncM,
aaawrt uuli'ilr anrt rwllfillv curH.
Thr ItamadT ll put u la lioi. Ni. I (lllu a luuniht. a,
Flo. t nnuili ui I'ltml a -ur, unleit In ivr oaari,) 1 He, 1
(Ixilna ilirm mnntlim, 17. Hint hy null In plain wniMri.
Illrrrlliinii fur l alnv lrroaiilir wh Hut. Cini.hlot drvrl
blm lUi illirut rnii uhh1 ul ouiu mil wali'i) uu ippllanUon.
Vina ii'ouie tuo
Inn a'riuirlmiM In ntirli,
im ilicr of Hit Blood, .Ida and
llnniv. Nivnu hllllr. I mm
AfTnetlona anxolallr Ireatrd . leiiiin?. prluvlplei,
and narii aii'l lurii raiiipdlei, i.'all w write rm i.i ei yuea
Horn u, h aimwrnt h iIiiuk dealrlua ireaiaieulby aiH.
(IVrMinaaiiltrrlni m Hptraliiiiilclaecllhlraa4raa,'
ail If ara taililn la Ibrlr ad.anlMif. II fc aot a Irat. W
Addrvaa, K. Ht'TT, 1 . Mtk M. UaU,
. KITABUUIKl) OVEB TUIBXV VKAJitV
I li'i I'M
Ktrange Wedding i'eca,
We knew a clergy mim who once ro
coivod from ft wealthy groomsman a
bright Penny, inclosed in a dozen wrap
pers, llo always persisted in heliet ing
that the intention was to give- him 11
twenty-dollar gold piece. Wo were not
A clergyman who wa.s formerly lo
cated In Hartford, Conn., hut now in
New York, married, not long ago, a
couple w ho at once started for Europe.
The bridegroom was a man of wealth,
and before ho preseuted himself before
the bridal altar he placed a one hundred-dollar
greenback in bis vest pock
et to give the parson for his marriage
fee, and did pay it to him as he sup
posed. While crossing the ocean ho discov
ered, greatly to his astonishment, the
bill in the pocket where he placed it,
and could account for its presence there
only on the theory that ho must have
had another bill of a different denomi
nation, which he had donated to the
clergyman by mistake.
On getting back to this country, he
determined to solve the mystery, and
waited upon the reverend gentleman,
who did not recognize him, and iinjuir
cd if, on a certain date, he did not mnr
ry a certain couple. The clergyman re
membered the occasion perfectly.
"I know I am about to ask" an im
pertinent (piestion," said the visitor;
"but I should like to be informed what
fee you received for performing the cer
emony?" The clergyman recognized the man
as the one he married, and said that he
would, of course, gratify him since he
was so anxious to know.
"I received," ho then went on to say,
"a very small quantity of fine-chew ing
tobacco, folded in a very small piece of
That was enough. The only thing re
maining to be done was to apologize for
the curious blunder, laugh heartily, and
make the one hundred-dollar deport
An old uncle once brought his niece
to a rectory , on a cold, rainy day, to be
married, and then, after the ceremony
wai over, fumbled about for a two-doi-lar
bill, and, not being able to tind it,
said, as he handed the parson a live-dollar
"Take the change out of that for a
two-dollar job. Its kind o' wet and
cold like to-day, and I guess two dol
lars will be about the thing."
Of course the amount of a marriage
fee is a delicate (piestion, which the
clergymen are generally too niode-t to
determine, much more to ak; but we
never heard it disposed of so neatly a-,
A Quaker married a woman of the
Church of England. After the cere
mony the vicar asked for his fees, w hich
he said were a crown.
The Quaker, astounded at the de
mand, said if he would show him any
text in the Scriptures w hich proved his
fees were a crow n, he would give it to
Upon which the vicar directly turned
to the l'-'th chapter of Proverbs," and -1th
verse, where it said: "A virtuous wo
man is a crow n to her huband."
Extra Firm Strawberry Plants.
Persons' who desire to raise fine straw
berries for home consumption or the
market should provide good plants to
set out. It is seldom ditlicult to pro
cure strawberry plants, but those usual
ly obtaiued are small and poorly sup
plied w ith roots. Must persons let the
plants m old beds run to vines that com
pletely cover the ground. As a conse
quence the individual plants are very
mall. If taken tin out of hard ground
many of the roots become injured or
broken oil. Lnless great pains be tak
en with tliem they will not produce any
fruit till the year after they are trans
planted. By taking suflieient pains iu
procuring strong plants, they will pro-
luce a good crop of hernes the same
season they are set out. 1 he best way
t obtain good plants that w ill not bo
injured bv removal or setting out, and
which will produce fruit the same sea
son, is to raise them in pots or little
boxes. All have noticed that strawber
ry plants throw out runners after they
have fruited. These runners terminate
in a bud which throws out leaves and
roots. The latter penetrate the soilaud
a new plant is formed. A new runner
then forms and forms in turn another
plant, if a three-inch pot, like those
used by florists, is sunk into tBe soil be
neath the place where the first bud is
formed the root? of the new plant will
extend into the soil that is in it and
make a good growth. If any runner
that appears from it is cut off the plant
will becomo large and strong. After
the plant becomes well established the
runner that connects it with the parent
plant may be cut off. Little boxes made
of thin wood or pasteboard may be used
instead of earthen pots. In the fall or
following spring the plants can be placed
where they are wanted.
N I a
Tlie Alleged Dumb-for-Lying Youth.
Excitement exists among the con
gregation of the Kev. John Jasper's
church, owing to the alleged mysteri
ous allliction of a colorcu youth, who
was a member. It is said that the
youth ran away from home, was diso
bedient, and attempted to cover up his
delinquencies by systematic lying to his
mother. I'or this he was expelled from
the church, and soon afterward the
member w ere startled by the announce
ment that he had been' struck dumb.
This is regarded bv the superstitious
colored brothers ami sisters as a visita
tion for telling lies, and the statements
of several members conlirm this aspect
of the case. Some of the members of
the church say when the boy returned
from Charlottesville his mother rebuked
him for running away, and ordered him
to stay in Richmond and assist her.
The boy made a promise to his mother,
but never fullilled it, He told a lie about
it, and said he "hoped God would para
lyze his tongue if what he stated was
not true." That occurred two or three
days ago. Soon after the boy had made
this declaration his tongue seemed to
grow thick, and he could not articulate
Svoll. Ho continued In this condition
till the night of the church meeting,
whon In as loud a voice 11 s he was able
he mndo the sumo declaration, calling
upon God to paralyze his tongue. Im
mediately afterward he was unable to
peak and there was great consterna
tion. Other uiomberw of tho church in
sist that the boy la shaumiing, which is
most probably the case. Richmond Va
All kidney nd urinary complaints, es
pecially Wright's disease, diabetes and liver
troubles, Hop Bitters will surely and last
ingly cure. Cases exactly like your own
have been cured iu your own neighborhood,
and you can find reliable proof At homo of
what Hep Bitters has and can do.
Salt fur Cattle.
Farmers hold diiTctviit opinion about
the propriety of oliicing salt within
reach of cattle at all times, but so many
of our best class of fanners have prac
ticed and approve of this plan, that it
must be considered cafe. Cattle must
gradually become used to it, by having
a little given I hern every day. for a
mouth or so, and then placing it in a lit
tle box attached to the manger in tho
stable, whern they can reach it at any
time, or iu a trough iu pasture. If the
animal has it always within reach, it
will eat no more than is good for it.
The atric juice is supposed to get its
chlorine from common Hl!,and it there
fore plays an important part iu tlbeN
tion. Xrili'iiiiil 1. ic -Sti k. Journal, Chi
caijo. Feeing waiters is now regarded by
pood society as the height of vulgarity.
J'ho waiters themselves consider it the
highest evidence of good breeding.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted 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 simttly using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Geo. E. O'Hara'g
Fruniug in June.
We have Hied pruning in almost all
months of the year, and, on the whole,
prefer June. Tiiis being about the bus
iest month in the year, there is usually
little time for pruning, and so thefavor
itetime iscarU Spring, and many of our
old orchards, in their rotting limbs and
decayed trunks, bear testimony to the
mischief wrought by the ill-timed use
of the saw mid ax." Small limbs, an
inch irt diameter or les, can be taken
oil at any time with comparative safetv.
But the thorough pruning called for 111
a long-neglected orchard is best done in
the early .summer. The sap is absorbed
by the rapid formation of wikmI and
leaves; the wood laid bare in pruning
largo limbs soon becomes seared, the
healing process around the edges of the
wounil begins immediately, and in a
few years the wound will be completely
covered with new wood and bark.
There is no chance for decay as when
large limbs are removed iu the early
spring. There is far too little pruning
done in the farm orchard. A dead limb
t-hould not be suffered on the fruit tree.
Good pruning leaves no stubs, but cuts
close to the trunk or branch bearing the
excised limb. Ann rioin Ajrivulturht.
An Excellent Medicine.
"I certify that my wife and myself were
in bad health for some fifteen years. I
chanced to be looking over one of Simmons
Liver Regulator Almanacs and saw A. II.
Stephens' and bishop Pierce' uames to tes
timonials. I then obtaiued some of the
Regulator, and can heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Regulator o my friends as
an excellent medicine. Z.E. Hakkison, M.
D., Gordonsville, Va."
Birds That Observed the Sabbath.
A correspondent of the Seltna (Ala.)
Times has come to the conclusion that
one pair of birds at least observed tho
Sabbath day and kept it holy. He says:
"A pair f mocking birds' w ere very
busy building a nest on the sw inging
bough of an oak tree that grows very
near my room window. At dusk Satur
day the nest was about finished. Yes
terday (Sunday) I sat by tho window
reading most of the day, ami could
plainly sec the nest aud its builders.
During the whole day not one stroke of
work did they do on it. They hopped
and Hew- about, chirped and sang, but
no work for them. They were keeping
the Sabbath. This moruiug (Monday)
bright and early. I looked out and then
they were living to and fro, carrying
t-traws, sticks, and bits of cotton, ns
busy as bees. Strange, wasn't it?" .
It has been clearly established by tho
evideuce presented id London police
courts that the "penny dreadfuls," or
cheap novelettes, of which boy high
waymen are the heroes, have produced
nn" abundant crop of young thieves,
who have only imitated the adventures
described with tknilish ingenuity by the
m a- a.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
Du. Kline's Great Nerve Rkstohf.r is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free.' Scud to 1)31 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Second Edition uf Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division street, Buffalo,
says: "I cannot be too thnnkful that I wns
induced to try your Spring Blossom. I was
at one time airuid 1 should never be able to
get out again. I seemed to be ft second
edition of Job without his patience; my face
and body were one vast collection of boils
and pimples', since takingone bottle of your
Spring Blossom I am quite cured, all erup
tions have disappeared, and I feel better
than I have in a long time." Price 50 couts,
tiial bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food nositivclv cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, aud all weakness
1 . . .k ... . , an
ot generative organs. 71. u ior .). ah
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Avo., N. Y. Hold iu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Where machinery is used tho Drow Oil
Cup will savo 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Bollock & Co., Bt.
Louis, Mo. ()
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unuqualod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German, Price 15 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given soma enterpriseing man
in The HLXLKTiN Building, which is now
oll'ertd for sale on easy terms, fong time
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x lr. Ihs a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avetiuo and 150 feet on
l'Jth street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac., in tho '& story building
will be sold with it. Fur particulars ad
dress this oflicc, or Jol'u II Oberly, Ulooni
fcticklcn'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the nrld for Cuts,
Bruises, Horcs, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores-, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Geo. E
James Pearson, Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "I havo used your Spring Blossom
for myself and fatniiy, and think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
the bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Law of Kindnes.
Is universal: it affects all the human fam
ily, all animals, and may be even found in
patent medicines. Some aro drastic, and
the patient is obliqued to suffer pains
wursu than the disease; but in cases of ob
stinate conatipation, dyspepsia, there is no
remedy so kind, so gentle id its effects, and
yet so satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Personal! To Me u Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliraiicc on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old )
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality ami Muuhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above. N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Jos. L. Foote, the Commodore, Elyin, III,
gays Thomas' Electric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one application, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe cold
and cough. He thinks it a very valuable
remedy, and will never be without it.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Iivsprpula, Liver Ms-
disc, hpveraim Actie
eart I Usui si', M 1 ntix-
nc-N, Nervous Pelillliy
THE BFT REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN"!
lwelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1.0!
This Hvrup pot"MC. varied tiropertlea: ll alim
iilalca tho plyuline In thu aallva, which rouvoria
tho atarrh and auxar of tlin fno'il Into eHicohm. A
dellcltiuoy iu plyalitio cmiem I nil atm rollout! '
the food In the atomnch. If the mudlrlna .ii-ncti
linmediattily after eating, the lurmcntation ol I d
It acts npuu the I.lver,
It arts unou the Kidneys,
It Regulates tlie Bowels,
It Purities tho Blood.
It Oulets the Nervous System,
It Promote Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens ami Invigorates,
it. Carries oil' the Old Blood and make New-,
It Opens the Pores of th Sklu and Induces
It non trail .en the hereditary tnint, or polnou la
thfl Mood, which generate Scrofula, Krvalpelan,
aud all niauner of bklu Ulauaae mid Internal hil
mora. There are no apirlta employed In ita tnsimfuctiiro
and It ( an he taken by the moat dellratu luiliu.or Iiy
the aiud and feeble, euro only bolng requited Iu at
tend, u to direction.
(Jalvu, Henry County, III.
I wai anflerlng from 8lrk Headache and l .!
net) so that I could not attend to ruy hoimi linld (bi
tten, aud a ahorl trial of Dr. ( lark Juhuaou'a Indi
an Mood Hyrup ullcctuallv cured me.
MltS 1IEI.KN K I. KINS.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
Thla la to certify that P-r (.'lurk Jiilinaon'a Indian
Blond Hyrup baa cured mu of 1'ulu In the Murk. It
Is a valnutilv niediciue, MKH WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This la to cerliry that 1 waa afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many yetira I tried dlllur
ent doctora, who pruarrlptinna tended more to
weaken me than they did to Mronttihen. 1 11 lal
res Wed to try Dr. Clark ilohiiaon'K Indian Hlmul
ttyiup, which proved to he a pualtlvo cure -not on
ly cm lug tho flearl DlrenHe, lint alao a Sick Head
ach which had hvcu Inmielnn me.
I waa alltlcted with LWnr Complaint and Dyapep
?la and failed tn get relief, although tnOng medi
cines from our heat dnetora. I commenced uhIuii
Dr. ilobnauu'a llidlun lllnud Svrup, and aahott trial
cured mo. T, W. UlSlNU, Mollne, 111.
Tula rertlflea that Dr. Clark .lohtiaon'a Indma
Blood Hyrup haa elVoctually cured me of Dyapepala.
Too much cannot hn ald In praise o It. .
W. K. Wl.MMfc.Il, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for tha aale of the Indian Wood
Syrnp in every towu or vitiligo, In which 1 havo 00
agent. Particular given ou application, ,
DRUGGISTS BELL IT.
Ubratory V Wast Id st., . t OUT.
ft M, .1
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
(iHKnTKIl. tiut year opens September 11 h.
Ncw Hulldintfa. Superior accoinmodiitlurn.
Appointments complete. Engllah, Cotliglale,
Chemical, Civil Engineering couraea. Deurnea
Cimlerred. Apply to W. H. HiUllday, Kan , patron
Cairo, HI., or to COL. T1IKO. IIY ATT, I'reat.
TOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
(Mike of City Clerk. Cairo, III., July Utn, lssa.
Sealed propoaala will he receive.! at till olllce,
dlrrcted to the Ci'y Clerk of the city of Cairo, un
til Tnenlay evening AugiiKt 1 next, for keeping nil
pulillc drive wella In the city lu Koud working or
der fur the rematnipg portion cf I he flacal year
'April h, issai. AIo for the laying of aewvr
Pipe on Couimerciiil avenue, between Third and
filth alreetn, and between Mucin and Tenth
Hiiieta, and on 'I'wonty aicond alraet, between
Walnut and I'lne afreet. Work to be 1I11110 autiH
fuctory lo 1I10 cnmmltiee on i recta A Rood aud
aunVi 'lit bond for twice the amount of hill nitiat
accompany all proposition!. The right to reject
any aud all bids reserved hy the rlt v .
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MRK, The (ireat Enii-
a llah remedy, An
-A unfailing enre fur
potency r.id all
as a requeucc
of iclf abuae; as.
T) m 1 '"" or "lemory,
JDt'lOre laamgunivcraalliiaaltmie 4 r ... ni. .
,. wrain!n the back,"-"0 uig.
dliniU'HM ofVlKlnn. nri.niHtnrn nlrf ..... ...J
other dim iiaes that lead to inaanllv, coiicuniptlou
or a tjrenitttuii! crave.
deaire to aeud free bv mall lo evervotie. prrThe
fepeclllc Medicine is sold hvall lra ciriftn at ft I per
Package, nr six packauea for i or will ha aeril free
bv mall on receipt of the money, bv addressing.
hup ii.infil.l.,i uVtll. u..i
Tint U 1( A 1 MrDICIMJ CO.,
Iti'VPiii. N V
On account of counterfeits, we hae adopted the
ebow Wrapper; the oulv genuine, (itistaniec
ol cure iaaued
. , Sold In Cairn by P. i. HCHCH.
w holeaalu Apetita. Mmriti.n 1'lnmK... i. i'..
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UM3 OR OLD,
"11 fllo are awTerW from Nrrvoiik Iichimtv,
V Lost Vitality, I.a or Skkvk Poie-a m
Vi.,uR. W astino Wr.ASHKKHrxiind nil tlic.be .ImraM'a
of a I'aimiNAL Nati h rtMillinu from Aarawt ami
OTiiaa Cti-sta. H-ily r lo-f anrl conipleta rm
ration 01 11 kai.tr, Virion an. I Manhood lirAHtsiKKii.
Thr irrna.t ilinrovcrv of Oi Smt'tc ntli (.'t iiniry.
Brad i vara fur llluatraivd l'ainihk't frao. Ad.lreaa
VOOAIOIEITCO., MaRSHMl, MICH.
Reasons Why they arc Preferred to Ml
Other Porous Plasters or External
Becatiaa they possess all the merit of the
llrengthenlng porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto tlie oewly discovered powerful and
cuve vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, itimulating, sedative and
couuter irritant effects.
Because they are a genuine pharmaceutical prcp
(ration, aud eu recognized by tho protession.
Because they ara tho only plasteil that relievo
I'tm at once.
Itccanso they will positively cure disease! which
Other remedies will not cveu relieve,
I if lb.
Bccausa over BOftO physicians snd druggists have
voluntarily teallfled that they are superior to all
other piaster! 01 medicines fur exterual use,
BeojnsA tha manufacturers hava received the
only uiodals ever given for poroui plasters.
Benson's Capcine Pons Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON, .
Manufacturing Chemists, tew York.
ftUKK ki:.Ml I)V AT LAST. Price S.VOv
A MEAD'S Medicated CORN snd BUNION PLASTFtV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLSRK
i irasyalam in three inonoia. Any wmon who will take
1 pllleai h nlahtfroin 1 to 1 Vwavkamay ho reatorcd
toaounit health, if aueh athinhaiinllile. Koldo
rvwhara, oraant hy mall for M 11 Ot rtampa, I. n.
jollttaoH A Co., Boatun, Mass., formerly liaunor, Mo
INJICUTION, la a positive cure forall I)lacharia.
BtlnHliiK. HmnrtlUH and I'alnriil Beneatloua of tlie
Sinn Pr bottle. For sale br all drur
.'V" lOats, or a-int by lpraae on 10
S,tr,l,uf prl"a. JOHN D. PARK . BON.
nAaiid 177 8veiiinorel CINCINNATI,
OHIO, t'lenaa tuoullou Uila puuer.
Eor Hale by 8AUCLAY DUO'S, (alro, Illinois.
1 fll i TijTt it Tl T
aV..lLlaaat Iu ll.U 1aaS.lal aValallaJ Ui it lift VI
AUK 01 (Kroiuii, r ianii. bwii,
SBflM Vaatal Mtm It rial IllacaaUaVI. 1
aMslail auata kaWUitra Hail 1
aiNHM, It Mlir IBMiait I
11 men !
u. smiT0i.llTTi1ilCH liTil
Vslure'a Sparkllui Hpeclfic for inirigestlon and
lllllousness, the water of lint famous Neltser Hpa,
la dupllcHled iu a luoiiicut with a apootilal of Tsr
rant's Holtiser Apeneut, which contains every val
nnhle eluinent of the Uerman Spring. The great
est pliyaiclaisof Ktiroia pronounce that troe gift
of rrovlileuce the most potent of all snowu alter
at ves, and ila fac simile, fresh and foaming, is now
placed wiihin the re-ich of cveiy Invalid of tha
bOLI) BY ALL DKUtiOilSTS.
LOOK! LOOK!! SKE"!
AI'JLsTABLK and PORTABLE, lor stores and
Ctin chniiou space between tho shelves tn a 1110
m.rit. No Iron Ola to put up. None to take down.
Write for descriptive: circulars, prlr- lists, 4c.
Addresa: PATH NT SIIKLVINO CO.,
Will W.Madlsiin St. Chicago. III.
YflUYii WVX II you want tu learn Toletrra
1"L4,U Jiljil phy in a lew months, aud be
certain 1, f a situation, address Valenilne Brother!,
OVKIi I ISKitSi -hikI for our select list of local
newspaper, Oeo. 1'. KowelUt Co. 10 Spruce St.
CIiiIin 1'tliTntlm aiinsit nicHtmof makiiiK nvnlar monthljr
1 ' iuv-MiiriiLHoi f infofiiaieiir more oeau:. in
GRAIN. PRCVISIONS& STOCKS
Knell hieiriiaTwta the iN'iii'iii of rointiiniiTcnpilnl ul Ilia
Ciii'i. Iu to Inn r tvni. Imldemls puel nioutlilv. Itfl
,rtof .,-.rnti.,rn.M-iiteft, h menilaT. Bliares aiOinch,
rulirni ilili. iioiinscntili., traii ti'ml.e. A rrluilile it.r-nniiii-iii
nniitr.l in every town. Bini-iiil ili'lU'CiannlH.
I. vt'laii.iturv Circular at-iit tni A'IiIitm U.K.lvi;MUAU
it Co, 1:7 L IT11 JjiaulltSt.,CIIlCALio, III.
LDR. KLINE'S GREAT
I NERVE RE8TQRER
h't nil Hiiai.n .kunehib
JniMA'ts Osr.vsi kk 11 hk roa Nr.RTi Arrio
Si him.. Ft r5. v: r iLarT.t. 1M ALLI ULE iftakta
I 'ia tilrH.'tifil. Ao lillaflr Ar((foi'au. TreatlBa 4
if) trial botilft fr lo Fit Caaei.tFieT payiak pri
1 liark-a .n h,x,whun raceive.1. heuii namii,P.O ana
! I .r. . a..ln.,fl of afflictnd to I)B KLINL MI Accri
aat.,l'lnia'i..r- ,w liru.iym. iirfUr or Vumti.
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPER TEAK BTES.
Klflis,Shot Oiina, Krvolvora, Ammunition.
1'lsliiiiK Tnrkln, Koines, Nets, Knives,
Kazors, Skntea, llaminocka, fc.
I.aifce Illustrate. I 1'iitHlogue FKC.
J lei reivai
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladles and Oentlomen, toengag
Willi us lo sell several Useful Household
Arlii le. Pionta largo Labor la light,
l xcl isivf" territory Riven. No Competition.
Terms lihernl. Circulars FREF.. Addresa
Hewitt Miauufact'g Co., Box H8H, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swediali Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It w ill tliorotiphly pxtcrminnte Boachea, Anta,
Bod Ilturs, Fleas Lice, Totmcco and CottonWorms,
Moth, etc. Jt is safe, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not jiolsoii onimnh or fou ls. Sample pack
a res bv mini M cents, nost-pntri. Stamps taken.
Circular., frp. Airi-nts Wanted. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
I if 4 of all kinds for sale very cheap.
(f (Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
IBlHULLXCa BOX 868. Pittsburgh, Pa,
A New ait (.;onipteto II ltet, fronting on Leva
Second ami Railroad Street!,
Tn Vascngcr Derot of tho Chicago, St. Loull
au" .iew Orleans: IllluoU t'uutral; Wabash, St.
I.ouls and t'actdci lion Mountalu aud Sou I hern;
Mobile aud Uhlo; CaiM and St. Louis Kailwayi
are all Jual acrvaa Ihu street: while tho Steaaiboat
Landing Is but 0110 aquare distant,
This Hotel la heated hy steam, haa steam
I.auudry, Ilrdraullfl Elevator, Kloctrlc i.'all Belli.
AnUnnatlc l'Mre-Alarms, Hatha, ahaolutely pun air,
purtoc.t sewerage aud lomploto apiioiutiounia.
Superb ruruioulngij perfect aervlce; and ansa
La. Pa PAUKBH Ac CO.Jjm
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