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IMVAHIAHI.V IN AIIVAN(.
All Communication" should In- addressed to
Publisher ami I'ronrlotor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It In for the
Cure of thiii disease ami its attendaoU,
SICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, DYB
PEPSIAj CONSTIPATION, PILES, eU.f "that
tUTT'8 FILLS have gained" a world-wide
reputntion. No Remedy ha ever "been
discovered tlmtacU"jio"gentl7 "on" the
digentive orKapiTglyinK them vigor to as
eimilate food A a natural roBult. the
Nervous Byatern 1 "Braced," the Muscles
lire Developed, and the Body Robust,
Clilllw micl Povor.
K. klV AL, a planter at Hayou Sara, La ,nare:
My plantation la In a malarial dlatrlct. Kor
varal jreara 1 couM not make half a orop on
account of blllnua niaaaHn and chill. I wa
nearly dlecouragerl when I tiniao the una of
TUTT'S m,L8 Tha reault waa rnarveloue :
my laborere aoon becarr.w hnjr aud robuat,
and I bar bad no further trouble.
They rrlleye IherngorYavl l.laer.rleana
lit IIIimmI frtim pnlaunou humor, anal
hum- lh bonrla lo art nalnrnlly, vtii.
on I H lilrl. no ntif run IVa-l nrll.
Try lhlar-iil fairly, and you will vain
m tirallhv If larallorl, lomi IIihIv, Pur
MIotMl, Mrouaj N"rea, ami a tini I.Iyer.
I'rle, uaOnla. MIIw,a.1 .flurra? HI., !. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ihav If ia or Whisk run riiana1 to a Oisiaar
ti aok tiy a mniflx application of this I)vr. It
Imparts, a natural color, mid m ix Instantaneously,
s,.id iiv Iiriig-laia, or a-iil by exprraa ou receipt
rr One Dollar.
Off i'?. Murray Street, New York,
(Jr. II trH VHI, of IaIusb
Information and Vmrful Uteripla I
trill h mnilril lElt on nniHwHii. W
'Die IU1 anil Wort hit us
arc iji'ver iuutdt'.ii atil counterft. -j t 1 . This
U especially true of family tiicilieiiit', ati'l
it is positive pKMit 1 1 1 at tlic ri'iju-ily itiiitu
toil i nt t lie hiyliif-t value. As boon as it
lull ltfll tf.-lfii mi'l proved liy tin: whole
wi.rld tint Hop Hitters was tint purist, lu st
ami ;:iu.it vi!uWj ldiiuly iiiflirine on
earth, tinny imitations t-piun;; ut uri'i he
;iu to steal tin; uutiucs in wliich tlic jipss
MnJ i-.'ii)!o of tlie country 1m l t xjirrnsuil
tin; niiTitu of H. 11., tin I in tvery ay trying
to io'luru hulf-rin invuliils to ui- their
btuir inatt'H'l, expecting to mnke in"iii;y on
the credit and l'ooJ namo of II. li. Many
otlitr btartfi'l nostrum put up in similar
style to II. H , with variously dt vised named
in which tin; word "Hop" or Hops'' were
usul in a way to induce people to lielicve
they were the smiie as Hup Hitter. All
htirli pretended reiiirdie or cured, uo mat
ter wlint their ntyle or mine iu. and eH
itcially those with the wor I "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or tli'ir n une, are imita
tions ir c"iiiJ!erlVilfi. Iti-ware of them.
Touch none "f tin m. I'ne nothini; 1 ut gen
uine 1 1 j Hitler.-, with a Imni h or cluster
ofreen Hop on the. whit Uhel. Trust
nothing else. I rtiLrt; it "ml dealers are
warned atini-t dealing iu imitations or
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
a t'nltvi Cure
For all thoM Talnful ( omplHlnln and W aknraaea
a oomnoB to our brat female population.
A Mi'itklne for Wmnnn. Inrcntad by a Woman.
rrcparod liy a Woman.
Tb r,rlMl rilral UUntrrr Sln'lh Daoa of II ll or;,
trit n'Tirm th rlrooplnp; aplrlta, Invlnoratra a nil
hrniiulii thf uritanii' funrl loin, (riven elantlclly an
flrmni,i to Uir I"P. rli)n t ha natural liwtra to 'l
.re, ami pl.inla on the pile 'li'" k nf woiiiaii the tns, t
rou of llfe'a .prlnir ami iarly umiiicr time,
t t7"Phsiclani Uio It and Proscribe It Freel.
It remove falntniaa, flutiil.'nry, rtminvys all craving
for itlmulant, ami relieves wi'iikni'M of the toma'h.
Tht fiollntf of birlntf rl.iwn, 'aiwlnit 1kln, welRha
n I baekarhe, ta alwayn rn'rumiK'ntly curi'il by ll
Kurtbo cure erKlilnry t'omplulntauf rlthrr act
thla t'onpound la ueiurpawt'd.
UPlir. riNKH VM 111.0111) IM'KIFIFR
will pmillcaia evi-ry ti-.lure Iluiin;m limn the
IiIoimI, mul irlva tnnn anrt Htn nirlb to the t-jslclll, nf
luau woman or child. ln'M on Imvlng It,
Uoth the Compound ami llhwd Pnrlfler ar pnpared
t MS and DM Weatarn Areime, Lynn, Miwa, Prlraof
altli'r, fb Sl noiilia for Rent tiy mall In Uie form
nf pllla, or of loinrea, on receipt of price. l per bol
forelther. Ml rinkham freely answeniall lelleraof
Inquiry, Em-loae 3ct. stamp. Bend for pamphh t.
No fnmllr nh.niM be without t.VDH K. PINKHAM'S
MVI-'H I'll.l.H. They ouio eoiimiimiliin, lillloimnni',
and torplillty of tbo liver. oenta per bm.
j-sold bv nil Urtitiulala.' it 0)
HARRIS REMEDY 00..;.
1 inrmww huh mil rrop or
IfnUUHaKKIg PASIILU RLMEOT
Vonni Hun Mini nllfm who minT
front Nmou. atiit thylral lifdtl.
Ity, Pramaliir IClhkuiUuii and
thflr Qianr KliKimv inniie, uenea,
ara milrklr ami raillrallv purcil.
Tha Hamaitv I. put up In Num. Mo. I llaiilm a niniitM, ,
No. ffanmuth Mrirml aoiira, imlrnlli Ftrranani'i.l (A Nn. a
(Uatlna tbrm raonihe). (1. Hani hv mall lu plain wramiara.
Illrrrllnni for I ilni arfoaipaa J aarh atiia. I'aui'hlat aaacrl
blui thli itl.aaia euit mla ol onra .tut aralwl ou ippliaaUnn.
1 anl ai'oura mo
Inna atnMriti,ia In nurina .iiianna ol th Hlnod. akin and
ltimea,-Nervnua lleblllty, ImiMilvarr. Wraanln
Weakneaa, Uonnrrhoria, Vrphllflle anl Mrreerlal
ABiietlena apeelnlly treateil on x-lrntltto nuellea,
with aafa auit aum rmntlpa. tall nr "rile tor l.lni or Owf
llnna In ha amworait hj thoiw da.lrlni tffaiiuaut hr null.
(Faraiwaauirarlna froaa Hoptora akuiild ait tbalr ailitrraaA
ana laara auMaihlna u tkalr adanlaaa. It la not a trim.
Adriraae, K. BUTTS. ! It. Mlk !., at. LeK
, CoTABUBIUUTOTEBTniliTT VKAHeV .
THE , DAILY
M. Qmiil, in dim of iiH letters, Bityn:
Down lielow Montoronieiy I ran iteross
a man from Tort Huron, Mieli.. nml af
ter wo had shaken liuml.s, ho naid:
"Stn any rebu down hero?"
."Why, yen. That in, I have nwn
hundreds who were in the Coiifodurnte
"fitit have you como aeroris one who
Wasn't Hui rnnilered yet-a real old 1111
torritit!d who wasn't licked and still
hatPt tho fla-r?"
"Well, I wish I could see one. I'vo
been tlown here two weeks and I haven't
come across him. I thought tho South
was chink full of such (.'haps, and I
tinted on an interview."
I went up to the hotel and told the
hoys, iyii they sent over to the eoopcr
whop for Sam. He was not in the war
at nil, having lately removed in from
Texas, hut he was 'the nio'-t "rehhi-h"
looking man south of the Ohio river.
Hehadlon hair, long, matted w hisk
ers, n long, sharp nose, eyes like a
wolf, long aims, ragged clotlies, and ho
looked to he a tough eae. The Inns
told him what was wanted, and liu
walked down the street, to a barber
shop where the port Huron man was
waiting to iret shaved, Standing in tho
middle of the simp he threw his old hat
down, jumped three feet hi'h and
cracked his heels, and yelled out:
Whoiip-yah! Wliar's that Yank
who's been hanging around this tow n
for three days? Whoop yi! yi! durn
l.'ncle Sam fur an old buzzard! I lit
with Wheeler, I did, and I never sur
rendered! There ain't Yanks enough in
North America to walk me oil' whoop!"
The man from Port Huron had finally
got what he was looking for. He lose
up and was edging for the door, when
Sam jumped for him and yelled:
"Whonp-ee! You're the cantanker
ous invader I'm after. Come down here
and burn our gins, will ye? Come
down here mid slay our!"
Alas! The Miehijrander was on the
full skip by this time. He took a
straight road for the country, turning
out for nothing smaller than a fniir
mule team. Next morning I received a
telegram from him, dated at a town
eleven miles off, asking mo to pay his
hotel hill and bring along his satchel.
The Dry Goods Clerk.
The dry goods clerk is a young man
who is paio$r...r0 a week to stand be
hind a counter and sell drv good-. If
he can conceal his real feelings, and be
polite to old ladies who ak for samples
of seventeen different pieces of calico,
his employers sometimes increase his
weekly pay to $l.rt. Vive dollars goes
for board; the other ten he iuve-ts iu
clothes, hair oil, and the hire of a buggy
on Sunday. He wears his hair pasted
down on his forehead in a half circle,
and is the proprietor of a sweet smile,
which spreads all across his countenance
and diffuses itself over the whole estab
lishment w hen the up-town young ladies
call to get a ribbon matched. He as
sures these voung ladies that it is "no
trouhle to sfiow good-;" he is respect
fully deferential to matrons with mar
riageable daughters; is charmingly fa
miliar with country customers, ami dig
itized and noncommittal with male pur.
chasers who forget whether it was four
yards of blue insertion or a quart nf
foulard nainsook double-width striped
hose that they were told to get.
The dry goods clerk wears a seal ring
and a gorgeous expanse of shirt cuff.
When a customer has got all he has or
dered, the ( Ink says. "Anything el-e?"
and then, in a very affluent voice.shouts
"Cash!" When he returns the custom
er's ehauiro he again says "Anything
else?"" Why he says it we cannot un
derstand, as no one has ever known the
(iiery to cause a customer to purchase
even an additional shirt button.
After the store is closed in the even
ing, tho dry goods clerk refreshes him
self by rolling up tho pieces of goods
that, in the course of business, he has
opened during the day, and in discuss
ing the financial and social standing and
the imperfections of character of the old
ladies who have an insatiable craving
for samples but w ho never buy any
thing. The dry goods clerk lives in a board
ing house, in an 8x10 room that has a
small window opening on the back yard,
through which the dving echoes of the
smell of cooked codlish balls may be
distinctly heard as they gently float from
the kita'hen on the evening breeze. His
ambition in life is to marry some girl
w hose father w ill set him tip'in business,
or to be a drummer.
The average life of the "scarlet" pine
is three years; that of the sugar-loaf is
about live. The, average weight of the
fruit in the Hahnmas is from threo to
three nnd-a-half pounds. Afield is gen
erally goiitt over three times during tho
season, affording three grades of fruit,
called first, second und third cuttings.
The scarlet variety ripens a month or
two earlier than tho sugar-loaf. Owing
to the sharp serrated leaves of the plant
the gathering of tho fruit is a tedious
nnd difficult matler, the men, women
and children engaged in the work being
obliged to wear heavy ennvas leggings
and gloves with gauntlets to protect
themselves against tho sharp spines of
Tho pine-apple plants furnish but one
regular crop during the year, although
tho local markets ure seldom without a
few pineapples on sale. About tho mid
dle of April the first cuttings arc made
of the scarlet pines, nnd the last is made,
about the 1st of July. Tho sugar loaf
pine is at maturity during July and Au
gust. The shipping season is one of
signal activity in tho colony, for when
the fruit is ready for tho knil'o it must
be cut and hurried with all speed to
market or it will bo lost.
A Good LikoDoss.
A man started In the livery slablo
business recently, nnd tho first thing ho
did was to havo a big sign 'minted, rep
resenting himself holding a mule by the
bridle. "Is that a good likeness of nie?"
lie asked of an admiring friend. "Yes,
It Is a perfect picture of yon, but who in
tho follow holding you by the bridloP"
Terns Sif lings.
"How to make babes grow; Soak them
in boiling water, nnd dry them in the
sun," laid tho type; and the editor had to
explain that buibnot babes, were meant.
OAJKO MULLET IN; SATURDAY MOUNINO, JULY 20, 18S3.
Liver, Kidney and Brlirht's Lineage.
A medicine that destroys tho germ or
cause of Bright's disoase, diabetes, kidney
and liver complaints, and has power to root
them out of the Bystem, is above all price.
Such a medicine js Hop Hitters, and posi
tive proof of this can bo found by one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, who have
been cured by it.
A Very Rich Newsboy.
"Boston, New York. Philadelphia,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, San
l'ranci.st'o and Kansas City mornirg pa
pers!" This cry has been heard on the streets
of Denver for years. It is uttered by a
Hijuare-built, smooth-faced, matter of
fact looking man, w hose voice has struck
a certain pitch which has increased in
force w ith long practice.
His name is Mtkins, and ho is with
out a doubt the richest newsboy in tho
United States. M kins has discovered
no gold mines; he is no bonanza king.
He has made, his money by selling pa
pers at ten cents apiece and blacking
boots at ten cents pershine. He invest
ed his money in property in Denver and
loaned it out on (rood seeurit v, and he
is worth to-day from . iO.OOO to .'i),ii00.
A (pieer fellow is Mykins. Night and
day he hawks his papers on the street.
He knows just w here a paper can be
sold. He is nt the depots at the right
hours; he knows j u.-t when to go to tho
hotels, and he can sputa stranger on
the street, and sell him a paper, while
one i. wondering what place he came
"Boston, New York. Philadelphia,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, San
Francisco nnd Kan-as City morning pa
pers!" There the cry is" heard wheie
many people are gathered hecl her. and
there many dimes are raked in.
One day Mykins passed. "Do you see
that lie wshoy?" said a gentleman to the
man of news. "He is worth 00,000."
"How dues he make it?''
"Il(! ciine here a few years ago and
commenced selling Ka-tern papers nnd
blacking boots. He averaged ylu per
day at the former business and no in
considerable amount from the latter.
He invented his money and now owns
smeial fine residences on Law rence and
Fourteenth streets, two or three of tho.-e
Ciaiit houses on We'.ton street, some
fine property on California street, and
besides has any amount of money loan
ed out at iuteie t. lb; is a rustler, and
will still black your boots for a dime
at least he would a few months ago."
The speaker led the way to the news
boy's stand. An old coal hox near the
corner of Sixteenth and Larimer streets-,
with a boot blacking chair and appar
atus at one end of it, marked the place
of business of a man who was worth
enough to make him comfortable for a
"Why don't you interview Mykins?"
But this was easier said than done.
Mykins is evidently a man of sterliii"
business principles. One dime realized1
from the sale of one paper is evidently
more to him than an hour's conversa
tion with the most interesting gentle
man in the world.
Ho did not desire to tell anything
about his biisiiie-s.
Yes, he sold a good many papers.
Sometime, he had a boy to help him.
lb' had been here scleral cars
yes. Most of the-e papers are shipped
through to Mykins direct. Thev cost
him from two to four cents., ife sells
them for ten cents a number. lie pre
fers to peddle them on the street, and
doubtless has found that the most prof
itable manner of conducting his busi
ness He know , 1 lie value of his trade
and that small busine-ses are often more
profitable than large ones. 15y careful
attention he has worked up a line of
cti-tomers to whom he delivers papers
at tifty cents per week.
Mykins is unmarried. He looks like
the hard-headed bu-iuess man that ho
is. His face is bronzed by exposure to
the sun and rain. His features aro
sharp. His voice is as harsh and pierc
ing as years of continued exertion in one
btrain can make it.
"Some day," continued tho first
speaker. w ho started the train of thought
about My kins, "I should think he would
want to retire from the bootblacking
and news business and live ou his
Perhaps he may. Denver Tribune.
Of the ;,(', new convicts who were re
ceived into the Ohio Penitentiary last
year, seventeen had a college education
and fourteen had taken high school
Au Excellent Mediclue.
"I certify that my wife and myself were
in bad health for some fiftceu years, I
chanced to bo looking over onu of Simmons
Liver Regulator Alnianiirs nnd saw A. H
Stephens' ami bishop Pierce's names totes
timnnials. 1 then obtained soma of the
Regulator, nnd enn heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Kegulutnr o my friends as
an excellent medicine, Z. K. Hahuison, M
I)., (lordousvitle. Va."
Vi. Kmnk's Cheat Nkhvk Kkstuhku is
tbo marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases
All tits stopped free. Bend fo l:lt Arch
street, Philadclpiii, Pa.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogdcn, N. Division street, Bntl'slo,
says: "I cannot be too thimkful that I wss
induced to try your Spring Blossom. I was
nt 0110 time afraid I should never be able to
get out again, I seeintid to boa second
edition of Job without bin patience; my faco
and body were 0110 vast collection of boils
and pimples; since tiikingono bottle of your
Spring lHimsom I am uuito cured, all crup
Hons have disappeared, nnd 1 feel better
than I have in a long time." Price. M) cents,
1 1 1 al bottles 10 cents.
Paul 0. Kchtih, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
oiiBiiess, nervous debility, und all weakness
ot generative organs, fl. 5 for i. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alleu's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. fclold lu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oi
Cup will lave 50 per tout, of oil. Writo
for circular. Borden. Sullock & Co.. St.
Louis, Mo. (3)
Oo to Paul 0. 8chuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directing in English
and Gorman. Price 15 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will ho given some cnterpriseing man
in The iiulletin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, rong timo
and low rate of interest. The 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 1(J x 45. Has a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will he sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II Oberly, Bloom
hicklen's Arnica Salvo
The Bust Halve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt HI.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, nnd positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pyr box. For sale by Gi;o. E
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Spring Blossom
for myself and fumily, and think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never bo without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Law of Kindnes.
Is universal ; it affects all the human faui-
ly, all animals, and may be even found in
patent inedic.iuts. Some aie drastic, and
the patient is obliqued to suffer pains
worse than the disease; but iu cases of ob
stinate constipation, dyspepsia, there is no
remedy so kind, bo gentle in ttsenects, and
yet so satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters
rice, f 1.00.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Personal ! To Meu Only
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old;
who are afflicted' with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad-
lress as above. N. B. V) risk is incur -
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Jos. L. Foote. the Commodore, Elgin, III,
says Thomas' Electric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one application, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe cold
aud cough. He thinks it a very valuable
remedy, and will never be without it.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dyspepsia, Liver IHs
esses. Kevorand As'ue
ness, Nervous Peblliiy
THE BEST KEMKPY KNOWN' TO MAN!
hvelve Thousand Bottles
Th! Svruu noaiyaae. vnriod urouurtiea: H alim-
nlatea the plyallno lu the aallva, wtilch rnuverta
the alarrli and ausnr of the food Into uliir.oeH. A
dunelctioy In ptynline csurv wind and aiiurinc 11I
the food In the moniHch. If the medicine .1 u.ni
Immediately ufter eating, the fermentation ol t it d
It acts upon the Liver,
It nets 11 11011 the Kidneys,
It Regulates the llnwels,
It PurlUes the Mood.
It yulels the Nervous System.
It Troniotes UlgeHtlou,
It Nourishes, HlreiiKtheni and InvlKurntes,
Ut Tarries oft" the Old Hlnod and makes New,
It Opens the l'ores of the Skin and Induces
It limit ml I zea the hereditary taint, or po1noii 111
thu blood, which ireneraten Scrofula, Ervaipi l ;,
and all manner of riklu Ulneaat'i nnd in'urnul hu
mort. There are no spirit h employed In lie innniiliii'iurti
and tt ( au hetnkeu by the 111 out delicate bube.nr hy
the K);ed and luehln, rare only being required lu nt
tvntt. d to directions.
(ialva, llonry (,'oiihty, Ilia.
I waasnfTerliiu from Sick Headache and D r..t
nesa ao that I could not attend to my household flu
tie", and a short trial of Dr. (.Marie Jubtison'a Indi
an Blood Syrup effcciuallv en red me.
MU8 1IK.LKN EI.K1NS.
Watormau Station, Delialh Co., Ilia,
'Thla Is In certify that Pr Clark Johnson's Indlun
Hlond Hvrup has cured mo of l'nin In the Hark. It
la a vultuhle medicine. MUM Wool).
Centre Hill, White Co , Ark.
This I. to certify that I win allUdcd with I'nlpl
tatton of the Heart for many years I tried illller
eut doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to atrcotithen. I at last
res Ivcd to try Or. Clark Johnson's Indian lllood
Hytnp, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly ciirtnu tha Heart Plmase, but also a Sick Head
acll which had been troublim; mo.
MUH MAKY A. NEAL.
I was afflicted with Llnr Complaint and Dyepep
la and failed to net relief, althonith using m mu
rines from our best doctors I commenced uslnit
Dr. Johnson's Indian Hlnod Kvrnp. and ashort trial
cured mo. T. W. RlSlNU. Mollue, III.
Vhla rerttflel that Dr. Clark Johnson's ludian
Wood Hyrnp baa I'llectiiatly cured mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot ha said In prajau or It.
W. K. WJMMfclt, Bedford, Mo.
Aveots wanted for tr sale of the Indian Blond
Syrup in ayitTj town nr village, In which I have uo
agent. TartlcuUrt given ou application
DRUQQ18T8 BELL IT.
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PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
nnHsTER. 'Jlst year opens September WMi.
'-'New llulldiuua. Kupurlor accommodation!,
Appolntmenn complete. Ennllsh, ColliKlale,
Chemical, Civil KugiueerlbK eouraes. DeKreea
Conferred. Apply to W. P. Halllday. Eaii., patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TUKO. HYATT, hest.
JOTICE TO CUNT H ACTORS.
Ofllcc ofCtty Clerk. Cairo. Ilia.,, pity Ktn, lss-J.
bettlod proposals will be received at this oftlne,
directed to the Cl'y Clerk of the city ofl'alro, un
til Tuesday evening Antjiiflt 1 next, for keeptnu all
public drive welle in liiu city in trood working or
der for the rcmainli'i; portion (if the fiscal year
f April an h, IHK1). Also for the laying of aewur
pipe on Commercial avenue, between Third and
Filth HtreelH, and between Nlneth and Tenth
streets, and on Tw.nity-accoiid street, between
W !init and Pino streets. Work to be done siUIh.
ractory to die committee on streets A irood and
enltlci Mil bend for twice the amount of bill must
accompany all proposition. The riyhl to rejuct
any aud all bids reervcrt by the city.
D..I. FULEY, City Clerk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tbo (irtat Eii
ySJs Hah remedy, An
fiH unlallini cure fur
:S -J3v seminal weakness
'k. jl "Prinatorrhea. im
Jf pf potency r.jd all
yT'sfjy disea-es that folow
AlA. Sj. " sentience.
Z :p loss of ;emorr:s?p
.BOlOre TaklDgnniversa! biesltuik' . c. . n'oV,',.
. I'nui ill liiu If fit K . "H
dlium hs orviefon, premature old am., aril many
other ilHeaei-a that lead to insariliv mmiimnilun
or a premature crave.
1miI1 i ui ticilara in our pamphlet, wlilrli we
desire to semi free bv mail to everyone. i t"Tho
npecinc amuiclr.e is sold bv nil drucilsts at $1 per
OackHL'e. or six r)RcL-niTf.a f.tp r.. .n 1 K t
bv mail on receipt of the moi'ev' bv rldre-inir
nir, iinu Mfiim iMK ( ().,
Ui'FfAir. N . V
(U Arc. 'lint nf Cnuntcrr, llu tv.. v.-. ., ,.,a ,1...
Yel ow W rainier: the tmlv e,.n,il,... 1;.
of cure Issued
., , sld In Cairo by P. O. SClll'H
tttlii esile A"nnlM M,.triu..n Ol u... ...
... " , fun u. V 'f ,
Electric Apptlancei are tent on 30 Day' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YC'JSl OR OLD,
"Al7!!!) are siifTcrtn frmn Nkkvocs I'iebiiitt,
V Lost ViTai-lTv, La or Nkhvi Furi k tan
Vl'inR. Wastiso W(AKNr.ahK4. hiiiI nil thane dlreaw'a
nf a I'lLRaoNai. NaTt'HB r iilori rroin ABi ass and
1 it 11 k a ('At HKs. spiniv rHi.-i und enniiilt'te re,.tiv
r.lltlinnf HKAl.Tn.VlilllHail l M ANHOOO Ot'AHAKTS.KD.
1 nc trtaiiili-l ili-'-,,vwrv of tho Nincl.Mitti lnlnrv
S -Ml at once fur llluti .iui IMwiphh l tree. AiMreaa
VOLTAIC BIT CO., MARSHAtl, MICH.
Veason Why they ate Preferred to S
Other Porous Plasters or External
Because they possess all tho merit of tlm
trcnKihenlni? porous planter, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rutH'facient, stimulating, sedative and
couuter irritant eifecta.
Because they area Pennine pharmaceutical prep
aration, and to recognized, by the prolcaaiou.
B"Causethry aro tho only plaateia that relieve
pain nt once,
Because thsy will positively curodiietaea which
Other remedies will not even relieve.
Because over B000 physicians and drupclsta havo
voluntarily teslitlfd that they aro superior to nil
ether planters 01 medicines tor csteruul uae,
Bcojnso tho manitfai'turora have reralved the
only mt'dala ever given for porous plasters,
Benson's Capcine Porous Tlaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Miinufaclunnn Chouilata, Newjfork,
A" WORK KK.1I i:l V AT I.AHT. PiicoWctZ
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTf fV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Hlnod. and ill ennipletaly ehanii t he blood intbeen.
tire sj ulant In three menlns. Any puraon whotfill take
1 liilleach nluhtfrnm 1 1" 1 Kfcksmay be reatnred
A....H.lk..lU If .....1. . tlnno I.. I.U H..1.I AV.
I..... J, I Il Im, a I i H
Jousnon A Co., Duittun, Mam., formally llanvor,
INJKCIION, la apoalliv. cure forall Olaehnrirea.
BtlntrliiH. Bmai tlnT anil t'alnnil BenaatluUR ol tba
Ci fn Por bottle. For an la by all ilruu
v1 i.W 1 nt or s,nt bv Kxjireaa on 111-
1 7 nnd 177 Syeamora St. CINCINNATI,
OUIO. Pleuae uieuUon thlapapar. a
For Sale by BAKl'LAY HIIO'H. Cairo, llllnola.
r.. ai.....r..lBs.iHil.lit. Hrilla. TtMr. (J Id MnNI.
Son Kyta, MfiuurttU DIhmpi, Catttrh. Lo tf
Ai'tH( Qiil toDitiinti. tna- wi biom
liu.d It .Mf fkilti. All druttilitl autl
'tounu-r ttort kimti wit II. R. K tulif
1 ta t t f7I
T-ature'aSparkllnit Specific for indication and
I'.lli'iiianesN, tin. water of lha famons Seltzer Hpa,
l duplicated in a mo tent with a spoonful of Tar
rani.'a Sell.er Aperient, which eontalna every val
uable element of the Herman Hprlntr. The ureal-e-t
physicians of Europe pronounce that iree gift
nf Providence thu most potent or all snown alter
at ves, and lis rnc. simile, fresh aud foaming. U now
placed within the reach of every Invalid of the
SOU) BY ALL DlU'OGIljrs.
LOOK! LOOK!.' SEE!.'!
Ah.ll'STAKLKiiiiil POKTAItLF., for stores and
Can chHiiiH space between thu shelves In a 1110
iiMM. No trouble to put up. None to lake down.
W rite fur descriptive circulars', prlc lists. Ac,
Address: PATENT SIIKI.VINU CO.,
::'i'l W. Mi litem St. V liicaio, I II.
Y()F(t MVX irynn want to learnTeleKta.
1WLi,u i'llili 1,1, v in a li w iii.imhs. and be
certain of a sltimtlun, addresa Valeniine Brothers.
IlineKvill,,, u la.
,t iVvKl'i I ISKKSI si iiii for onrsilect list of local
ne Asi'iiper, l.eo. 1". Kowull Jc Co. 10 I Spruce St.
iN . .
( .lilt., t'tlrr.i tin: lllt"'T llllltnstif IIUIKillff n.Lmlf,r m,.til hl
liroin.frMiii iiin-iiiiei'tsiif $111 to f lu00urih..rodialii,','in
Y-K-ii inciiilif r vet. tbe lii ii-rlt of ts.inlMi'itToiiiiliil of tba
I'inli. in to lee r wnt. Im-I.lcn.lx iu,d niiHittilv. lie
Ikiti uif na.rni if ma sent mi. li rni'i'il-r. KhiiretliJench,
mIivtii ib;e. noiiii-e iil'le, traiiM'eiable. A reliulilo eor
n --.ii.i"nt wniited in every tfiwn. flueeial iiiilin eineiils.
Jp'.nilo TV ('.11 -ular M-lll free. Adiliva l(. K. Kl.NIiaU.
kCd., 1T7 1i l;il LucullvKl.,CUlCAtjO, lu..
M wl"u f'urn.
PR. KLINE'S GREAT
P'.jriir.liAifcv OS!.. 11 Ktl i'I'HK rtlR NlRVf AfFEC
I :1f KlNt. r lla. I.l,tl.tl' .tt( IN 1- A 1 ,1.1 HI V irtftkftn
,m diif'tt'tl. nt'ittntrr HrvitttUf'ii um. '1'rratiM 4
$J triH.1 tMittlf (r to t it Cniwi.tKf t p.rin)t tiprt
:liami mi tp'i.when iwfttvti. Soii nme-,P.O siri
Tj-r-i- ftililritm ot alttii'Od lo If R K UN K Kil Artl.
OP EVERY KIND CHSAPEB THAN EVIB.
Klfles.Sliot OiiiiH, r.evolvers, Ainniiinltloii,
Flslilnu Tut kle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
linora, Skates, llniiuiioeks, atr.
I.(irj,e Illustrnteil 'atnlo;iin FKEK.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I-adieaand Oentlomen, toenftaee
well us lu sell several t'seful Ilotiaeholtl
Ai'tielea. l'rnllu lurRe Ln'Dor la llRht.
.xel imIvb territory Kivan. NocompeUtion.
Tenni iioernl. Ctreiilura FR1JF.. Address
Hewitt Manufucfg Co., lies hes, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swedish Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It velll t!iorr.,e),ly exterminate Roaehcs, Antt,
Bed lilies, Meas, Lice, Toluioeo ami Cotton worms,
.Moth, etc. It is mfo, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not ( ol on animals or fowls. Sample park-ne-ea
by mail SO cents, prut-pnld. Stamps taken,
t ireiilnrs fr-, Aafentu Wanted. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Plttsbargh, Pa.
itii of all kinds for sale very cheap.
Sttf Catalogues free. Adriresa, RICHARD
ill HULL I CO. BOX 868. Httaburgh, Pa.
I'll K IIAI.LIHAY.
A New ami lotiipiele II del, fro nt Inn on Lotoa
Second and Kallnunl Streets,
Th Vasaeiii'ir lie pot of the Chtracn, St. Lou It
an' .(ew Orlimns: Illinois Central j Wabash, Kt.
I.ouis and I'aclttc.i Lou Mountain and Soiitbcrn,
Motitle und Olilo; I atro and St. I.ouis Itauways
are all Just across the at reel: whlla th Steamboat
Laiidlnit la but one S'lUare ill. taut,
This Hotel la heated by iieam, has atsam
Laundry, llvdraitllo Klevator, Klectrlc I'nll Bella,
Antomatlit Klre-Alanna. Hatha, abselulely pora air,
perl ict sewtiraue and complete appnlntineuM,
Huiierb rnrnialiluga; perfect aurvlca) and an an
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