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. THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAKI AIII.V IN lVANt'.
All f ominiiiilcaliuiia should In- addressed to
K. A. lll'ltNKTT.
I'uhllaher am! l'ro'irlutnr.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
cf the prenpnt Reneration. It In for tho
Ctireof thin dinoiiae and fta attendanta,
PEPhIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES,eto thai
TUTTS PILLS have rid nod a world-wido
reputation. No JRemodyJian ever been
dtHOov(;red"'thntBcts""Bo gently onf the
diireative orKHDM, Rivin them vigor to iu
itlmilate food. An a natural resnlt," the
Nervoua By stem la Uraoed, t heM uaelei
are Dnvrlopcd, and the Body Kohustt. "
Oliille and Povor.
B. klV Al.,a Plant-sr at Hayou Bare,, La.eaye
My plantation U In a malarial mat-lot. For
aoveral yeera I couM not make hair a crop on
account of bilious 1iiikm.ii and uhllla. 1 waa
noarhr tlincouragml whn I began th uae of
TCTTH IMt.1.8 The result m marveloue :
my laborere noon became hearty and robuat
ac4 1 Lava had do further trouble. '
Ther reHe-re the rncorvinl Mvrr, rlraiu
Hir HI'mmI from ptilauiioua humor, nnd
pua Um bnarli to l nmliirHlly, wltli.
out which noon ran ft. I tapll.
Try Ihta r-eiur.lT ralrlr. a.nl timi will erala
h-HllliT lla-lln., Vlsrroue lln-tlr, Hun
Hlo-ml, Mrouff .Nrrtra, antl M.Vtund l.ier.
Frtff.iiaK-nU. Oflir.aWurrtT hi., .N. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
inY Hair or WmKrn" fhanKwl to a Hiiw-v
ii.aok by a -.in-Me !i.it1on of thin Uvk. It
Impart, a tiniirl olor, mid tu tn lriithlnn(vnnl y.
s.id i.v l i ui. 't.or ik-ui by viptva on rweipt
of (int Oollnr.
0:T)Cv f Murray Street, Nw York.
(nr. If ITU Jf l VI If, nf ITifuabfeX
Information unit tmrnl llrrripfX
trill be tnaOVit TUtt oh avvKMiflan.
If you arc sick IIp Bitters will urely
all Nature iu making you well whoa all
Ifyouar; costive or dyHitic, or are
eutr rin lrom any other of the numerous
di-M-ahta of the stomach or home In, it is your
own fault if you remain ill, for Hop Hitters
are a sovcrin remedy in all such com
plaints. If you are wa-ting away with any form
of Kidney disease, at"p tempting Death
this moment, an 1 turn for a cure to Hwp
If you .re sick with that terrible ick
nets NerTouumi-8, you will find a "Ihlin in
U i lead ' in the use of Hop Bitters.
If you are a fre)UeDter, or a resident 1 a
miiiiatic dintriet. Imrrica.le your ystem
agains-t the aeouraLje rd' ail countries ma
larial, epedeinie, biliou, and intermitent
fever hy 'F il'p Bitters.
If you have r niyh, pimply, or sallow
skin, ta l brea'li, piina and aehi', and feel
tniseralile generally, II--p Bittern will give
you fair hkin, rich blood, and swtetent
breath, health and comfort.
In short they rute all diseases of the
stomtch, Bj'.velH, Blood, Liver, Kidneys,
Blight's Disease. f"0 will be paid for a
ca--ie they will not cure or help.
That p'.tor bcdridJeii, invjid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made the pic
ture of health, by a few bottles of Hop
Bitters, costing I'Ut a tritle. Will you let
them surfer? 2
A MOTEI) IH'T rvriTl.KI 1VOU1M.
Trom tha B-wtoB (Jlobt.l
SImr: Fditort t
The above In a ttot llkenewi of Jim. T.ydla B. Pink
ham, of I.ynn, Mivi.. hoaboTealloilnr human tx-lnert
may t0 truthfully caUttl th -near FrlrnU of Woman,"
a tome of hr rorrftpnnlonU love to rail hr, h
It apaioutily UvoUil to her work, whlfb U the outroma
uf a llfMtudy, and obll(rirt to keep alx laiy
asulnUinM, to btlp her anawertbe lanre eorredjioujirnoo
hli'h dally pour In upon her, each txxarlnR lu xMlal
burden of aurTortngr or Joy at release from It. Her
Vegetable Compound l a medicine for (rood and not
VU pitrpotea. I have iiemonnlly lnrntlifated It und
am aatlsfled of the truth of thin
On account of lu proven merit, It l recommended
and preocrlbed by thebcut phynleiiuia In the country,
(mo nyi "H wnrka llko a eharro and aavet much
pain. Jt will cure entirely tho wont form of falling
of the uterus, l-cucrrlin-.i, lrn'irular and painful
llenirtnialloB.all Ovarian Trotihl., Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodlnira, all PluplaeenienU andtheeon
equenl "plnal weak ne, and t ciiK)ciaUy adapted td
It iierineati every portion of the lyntcm, and glvet
new Ufoand vltfnr. It retnovea fnlntnvM, Hatulency,
dtroy all cravlni? for atlmulant, and relieved weak
new of theatomarb. It ctin nioatlnif, eallache
Nervous Proitrutlon, tkineral Uelilllty, BleeplrwneM,
liepreaaloii and lnillijet!on. That foellng of bearing
down, catil pain, welKht and backache, la alwaya
permanently enred t.y lt ue. It will nt all tlm'a. aud
under all clroumtitamv, act In liarmony with the law
that Rovenia the female eynlem.
HcoMj only 1. per botlleor l for I''., and (mold by
di'URRiata. Any advice rcqub-ed an to apeolal ciuiol, and
thonauiM of many who have been restored to perfeti
health by the tin of the Vcftctabli- Compound, can be
oblalucd liyaddnratlnnMra, 1'., with atampfor reply,
at her home In Lynn, Miuw.
I'or Kldm y ('oinplalnt of fffVr aex thla compound la
unMHTaiw d aa abundant tcatlninnlala "how.
"Mra. l'bikhiui!'t.lvcrl'IIU,"Niyincwrlter, "are
thrbttt in Hit for tho cure of Conxllpatlon,
llillouanen and Torpidity of the liver. Her Hlood
Puriner worka wonder In Its apeclal line and blda fair
to eiual the Conipnund In IU popularity.
All mint reaMot her aaan Annul of Mercy whoae soil
I'ldladeli-hui, I'a. W Mnl' A" a
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,'Ui.
PROiv HARRIS' PA8TILLE REMEDY
Vouna Vea aud ulti"H who mller
from Norrnm auit Pliyilotl Dilill
It v. Frcaiatura Kibau.tlni aud
I their many ilnoniy oonMiunw,
n auinklv aud radlcallv cured.
Tin Rcraedr li rut un Id bni.t. ho. 1 (laiilai a moniM. is.
lo.S(aneuili ultectaeur, UDUMluuvareoaMi.) I6
(la.tlnt tlirM tannUi.), (I. Hani br mall Id plain wrapper!.
IHrn.lloa.hr I tint aeroe-paa- eaa Vol. PampDlelritrri
tlui Uili dlMMi mi awde 1 1 ovit Hat nalei ta appllNUtH.
Odd Bit8 of Ignoranco,
In spito of tho udvaiieii of loliic.atloii,
everyone who lias observed his fellow
croiitures must bo uwam that even thti
otliieutud classes urn grolesitiely iy;.
noritnt. Wo lmvo known a clergy mail,
ami a UnivorMly man, to hootf iirnl a
gnivo fellow, too, nnd a pious, who,
when In visited tho ltiviia, expressed
peculiar Interest in tho prospect of
viewing; Nien. "Here," said lie. "win
held the famous Council of Nice, mihI in
tho presence of that blue sea, within
tho shade of those gray "roves of
olives, was composed ono of Hie creeds
of tlieeliiireh." This wasdoulith'ssaseu
teiiee from some future sermon; but wo
regret to say that, iu a tl ghtless
moment, and obeying; a pedantic im
pulso, we dispell,.,! the. illusion and tie.
nionsinitcd that, ( Council of Nieo
was not held 'n the fascinating neigh
borhood of Monte Carlo.
It is not every one who has heard
of Mr. Darwin. At his recent funeral
a di-dimpii-died naturalist, fond of con
yeration, began to chat with a high of
ficial of tho police forco who was help
ing people to move on iii an orderly
manner. "Ah, sir." said the inspector,
"wts havo lost a great man - Darwin,
tho Laureate poet.
The public is peculiarly ignorant of
Bible hir-iorv. We doubt if a fair per
centage of the people you meet in the
course of an hour's walk could get as
near the order of the names of the books
in tho Old Testament as the little .school
girl in Noinersvt. This West-country
hlosnom of tho School-Board sy.-tein
was requested to name the earlier writ
ings of tho sacred text, which she did
thus, and very fluently : ' Devonshire,
Exeter, Liticu-, Numbers, Astronomy,
Jupiter,1 .Jumbo, Kuth." Here the
higher criticism dimly detects a vague
local rendering of "fienesjs, Exodus,
Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. Jo
shua. Judges, Kuth." Talking of Kuth
reminds us of the ignorant holy at the
picture gallery. "Kuth and" Boa."
she read in the catalogue; "who was
Kuth?" Whereupon her companion fav
ored her with a sketch of the plot of
Mrs. (Jaskidl's Kuth. ending with the
confesiiou, "but I don't n member who
Boaz was." An American lailv was
heard to a-k in the I'itti galleries,
"Who is that by?" The answer was
"Rayphael." "Is bo the same as Kay
phael Sanzio?" "No; don't you know
there are three of them, Kaypheal, San
zio and Urbino."
Ancient Sicilian Quarries.
The objects which will most surprise
and delight the visitor to Syracuse are
the ancient quarries, called Latorubr,
perpendicular excavations of ltx.i feet or
more in the solid rock of the plateau,
out of w hich the stone w as taken to
build the city. The principal are the
Latomia del Varadiso, the Cappuecini,
the Casale, and the St. Venere. Thee
vary in extent and iu beauty, but all
have the same general character. The
larger have an area of several acre'.
When you descend into one of them
yon rind yourself in the most luxuriant
and s wee"t -smelling garden you can im
agine. The high and evenly-cut walls
are hung with ivy, which threads in
great, masses of green from gigantic,
rtcnis. The rich soil of the bottom
makes to flourish the orange and the
lemon and a wilderness of graceful
plants and ever-blooming flowers. The
air is vocal w ith the songs of birds. Out
of this paradise of scenes and color, one
looks up to a sky as blue as sapphire.
The excavations are irregular. Here a
single column of rock has been left by
the quarry man; here a passage has
been opened into another enormous
apartment, vaster and more impressive
than any cathedral. Here, the rock lia.s
been cut under, and we are in a vast
vaulted chamber, the ceiling of which
has acquired by some chemical change
a pink tinge, as if it had been decora
ted for a ball room. Indeed, a superb
ball was given not many years ago in
one of these cyclop chambers.
These ancient quarries havo been
used in past times for various purposes,
for prisons and for burial-places, before
they were turned into gardens. In the
largest, the Cappuecini, it is supposed
that the 7,)) captive Athenians were
confined in ill! B. C, until they perish
ed of alternate -".Id and heat, and thirst
and hunger. It was then a horrible pit
of death, impossible to be conceived
from its urcsent smilinsr aspect. Of the
7,0(r0, the few survivors were sold ns
.slaves, although it is said that all thoe-e
wero set nt liberty who could recite tho
verses of Euripides.
The l'aradiso is more wild aud gloomy
than the other querries, although not so
beautiful, but it is more famous, be
cause it contains the "Earof Dionysius."
This ear is one of the historic frauds.
The story was that Dionysius had tho
rock hewn in the form of an ear, so that
by stationing himself in a proper placo
he could bear what tho prisoners below
sab!, and enjoy their lamentations.
There is it winding and lofty excava
tion in one part of the quarry not un
like tho passage of a giant ear, nnd
from above there is a gallery loading
down to a small chamber communicat
ing with it. It is evident, however, that
in making this singular carved hall the
quarrynicti were only following a par
ticular vein of stone. Tho grotto has
extraordinary acoustic properties. A
whisper made at the entrance can bo
heard in tho remote chamber above, and
the cavern gives back the uiostremark
ablo echoes nnd reverberations. The
slamming of the wooden door at the en
trance produces a sound resembling
thunder or the discharge of artillery,
nnd the tearing of a bit of paper at tho
same place sounds like tho crack of a
revolver. It was Caravnggio, who was
down this way in tho sixteenth century
to execute some sacred pictures for tho
churches, who named this grotto tho
"Eur of Dionysius."
The Doctor's Upinion.
'Oh, doctor do you think my little
darling will live?" inquired nu anxious
mother of tho family physician who
had called the seventh time with his
"Live! Why there Isn't anything tho
matter with him is there P"
"Well, no', not now; but you know,
doctor, thero are bo many children's
"Huh! If the child takes after his fa
ther, ho' 11 live where nn honest man will
starve to death. Good morning."
Because you look down on a man, it
docs not tuako it incumbent on hitu to
look up to you.
CAIRO IWLLKTIN; TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1882.
Brighfs DIhciwch, Diabetes Kidney,
Liver or Urinary Diseases.
Have no fear of any of these diseases If
you uso Hop Bitters, as they will prevent
ami euro tho worse cases, even when you
have been made worse by sumo great pulled
up pretended cure.
Honeymoon Hot'sl Clerks.
"fiov. Si; nn ford ?" interrogated Bix
ler in a breathless manner, "Wo must
have a honeymoon clerk."
"A honeymoon clerk down to the ho
tel, Moiiierer.joii know. You see there's
brides coiniti' every day. Demi loads
of brides, lavender brides, Milpitas
brides, Siskiyou brides, and all kinds
and colors and previous conditions, and
Schocn wald's no ooi."
'He doii'l understand brides; don't
catch on to their feelin'.s. Some of 'em
are seairt; new thing, you know, want
to go homo to their mothers; need a
man to soothe 'em, kinder; talk to 'em
and make things agreeable."
The governor looked thoughtful.
"There was a ca-e the other night.
Oakland bride. They found the groom
out on the verandah'at '.' in the morn
in' cussin' and sinashin' things. Bride
had locked tin' door. Said she couldn't
trust him. Had Schocnwahl and two
bell-bovs arguing with herfor two hours
through the door, and then she wouldn't
let hi in in."
"Not her case. San Pablo. D'dn't
eat any dinner. Went to room at 7:.J.
Half-past Js, gas all over the house.
Watchman sni)T"d door-sills, and locat
ed it. ut San Pablo party; woke 'em up,
half Mill. icated; said they'd blew out tho
gas; hadn't noticed au thing strange.
Now, if ton had a good "lively man that
understood his business, a feller that
could talk to 't in and make 'em better
acquainted; warm up the Astoria kind,
and keep 'em supplied with ice-cream
they don't eat nothing but ice-cream -why,
there wouldn't be a bridal party
on "the whole coa-t that wouldn't take
in the hotel, and mighty few from tho
"Do you know of such a man?"
"Oh, yes. I could get away' most
"Well." .smiled the governor. "I'll
see how the bride crop is and let you
know. Salary no object?"
But tb" governor has not yet made up
his decision. S'in Fram iarn H'unp.
The Causes and Cure of Old Age.
L. Langer has recently been engaged
in the comparative analysis of human
fat at di lie rent ages. He" finds that in
fant fat is harder than that of adults or
old men, that, then- are oil globules in
our fat, but none in that of babies; the
microscope shows one or two oil
globules in every fat cell of the adult,
while very few have, fat crystals. The
fat cells of the infant contain no oil
globules, and nearly every cell contains
fat crystals. "Infant fat forms a homo
geneous, white, solid, tallow-like mass,
and melts at 40 dog. C, while adult fat
standing iu a warm room separates into
two layers; (he lighter anil larger is a
transparent yellow liquid which solidi
ties below the freezing point of water,
the lower I.'iwt is a granular crystalline
mass melting at ;;tj dcg. C. Infant fat
contains Ii7.7.i per cent, of oleic acid,
adult fat W-So. Infant fat contains
2f-7 per cent, of palmitic acid, against
8.1". in the adult, and :t.:"s of stearic
acid, against i.oi. These latter, the
alinitic and stearic acids, are the
larder and less fusible, while the oleic
acid is the softer and more fusible con
stituent of fats.
No attempt is made to explain the
reason of these dilVerences, or to sug
gest any means by which we may re
liardeii iu repaliuitizo our fat, aud thus
regain our infant chubbiness.
(Hdage is evidently due to changes
of this kind, not only of the fat, but also
of the other materials of the body. The
first step toward the discovery of the
elixir of life, the "aurum potabile" of
the ajehoniisl. is to determine the nature
of these chauges, the next to ascertain
their causes, and then to remove them.
If. as we are so often told, there can be
no effect w ithout a cause, there must bo
causes for the organic changes consti
tuting decay and old age. Remove
these, and we live forever. Tho theory
is beautifully simple. OcntU nutii's
According to the Court Journal, an
edict has gone forth to lower the net in
lawn-tennis, and that for the future, iu
single matches, tho correct height of tho
net w ill be three feet six inches at tho
post and three feet at the centre.
"All the health 1 enjoy, and even my life,
I may say, is in consequence of Simmons
Liver Regulator. I would not tako fl.-
(00,000 for my interest in that medicine.
Wm. U. Wilson,
Lecturer Ela. State Granger."
Millions of us are bilious. We aro a
bilious race. Half of us are born bilious,
with a predisposition to dyspepsia. The
best known remedy for biliousness and in
digestion is SiranionB Liver Regulator. It
tins stoo i tho test ot time.
Kidney Complaint Cured,
B. Turner, Rochester N. Y.. writes
"I havo been for over a year subject to se
rious disorder of tho kidneys, and often
unable to attend to business; I procured
your Bi'udock Blood Hittehs, aud was
relieved before halt a bottle was used. I
intend to continue, as I feelctmlldent that
they will entirely cure mo." Prico 11.1)0
Paul 0. Scliuh, Agent.
Tho Howe scales havo all tho latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Botden, Selleck it Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praiHo
and which really docs as recommended.
Electric Bitters wu can vouah for ns being
a true and reliable remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary tlifll
cultics. We know whereof wo speak, and
can readily say, -give them a trial. Bold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
"How do you manngo," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all tho
time?" "I alwnys luivo Parker's Ginger
Touic handy, " was tho reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See other column.
Dlt. Kl.INF.'s GllKAT NkUVK IlKSTOItKIl is
(ho marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fiee. Bend to !);il Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Mien's Brain Pood positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, ifj. 5 for fj. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Phaitniicy, yir, piist Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by limclny Bros,
Goto Paul (. Schuh for Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to ft pounds. Directu lb in Kngliah
nnd Gerninr.. Price I ft cents.
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Will be given some eiitcrpi iseing man
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and low into of interest. The building
has rented for tho past year for
lilty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, ami two
brick buildings -a three "story 40xlJ0 ami a
two story 16 x 1'). Has a frontage of M
feet on Washington aveuue and l.1)!) feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story huildimr
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollice, or Jof.u H. Oberly, Bloom
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The Best ShIvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kl.oiu'n, Fever
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cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
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will fend Dr'. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
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trial for thirty days to men (young or old
who are nthicted with Nervous Debility,
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Indian Blood Syrup.
liepfislu. Liver Ids.
eiiMi'S. Kever mnl Amu)
nesii, Mrrvous Debility
THE BEST HKMF.DY KNOWN TO MAX I
Twelve Thousand Dottles
SoKl Since 18.0!
Thi Svrnp poMoanr varied propcrtleii: It atim
ntatca the M valine i u the aallva, which convert
the March and atipnr nf the, food Into ulucoan. A
deficiency in ptyalinu canaea wind anil aoiirini; el
the food in the ainmach. If the inedlcliia .an urn
Immediately nflor eiiimc, Hie t'vrnit'utallou ul loud
It acta upon tho Liver."
It sets upon the Khlinj ,
it Regulate the llowels,
It Purities the Wood.
it Quids thf Nervous System,
It rromotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strenullii iUMiid Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood ami makes New,
It Opciis the I'iiitr of the Skin anil liiibices
It nenlriill.ea the hereditary taint, or poleon in
tho blond, which le'iierutea ricrofula, Krvaljielan,
ami all wanner of akin lilneaaea aud iuiuma! hu
mor. There arc tin apirila employed In Ita maun furl lira
nnd it tali he taken by the niimt del lent c habu.or by
the at; I'd nnd ft chic, t aru only hciun required In ul
teDli. u to direction.
llalva, Ilunry County, Ills.
I waaaiiflrrliiK from Sick lleadiichu and Dlnal
rex ao that I could not attend to toy lioutu hold (lu
tlea. and a ahort trial of Or. Clark -lotiimoii'a lull
an Ulood Syrup elVcdiinllv cured me,
MK3 11KI.KN EI.KIN8.
Watermnu Klutlon, IU'ttaU) Co., 111.
Thl I to certify lliat Dr (Murk Joliuann'a Indian
ninod Hyrup ha cured rue ul' I'ulu In the ll.u k. It
in a valnahlo medlcliiu, MHSW'Uun,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl t to certiry that I was allllcted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart for iniiny year I tried dill, r
cut doctor, whom prescription tended more to
weaken me thnn thev del to Klreniithen, I u. luat
re Iveil to try Dr. (.Inrk Jolinton'a Indian Hlood
Hytup, which proved to be. a imaltlvo cure not on
ly curliiK tin) Heart license, dut alo a Sick Head
acb which bad lieeu Irotilillni; me,
MI18 MAUY A. NKAL.
I wa allllcted with l.brcr Complaint and l)yHpci
ln and failed to yet relief, although ualnir modi
clue from our heat doctor 1 commenced ii-dinr
Dr. ,llinou'i Indian Ulood Svrnp, and aahort ) i til
cured uiu. T, W. IU.SINW, Atollmi, HI.
Tuts rertlrlea that Pr. Clark .LOnison' Imhiiii
Hlood Hyrup h'i effectually cured mu nf lyplii.
Too tuiicU cannot bn tald In praln ot It.
W, K. W I MM Kit, Hertford, Mo.
Asmit" wann d for tint aide of tho Indian Hlood
flyrnp in every town or villuiai, In which 1 have no
aont. l'arilr.ulurs tflvcn on appllcution
DKUQOWTH HE LI IT.
UbtatorrTJ Wet 8dit..N.Y
uureoi Boianiit, riu.lM, Holla, 1
..J.., Mtnurlal lllwatfi, i
. apiwUta, ritual. Ooailalim,
ainawa. linmfrfalli. ill
amatr. itora karmra i.ll II.
a la., ttmft, rillKMrta, tat,
if iK&i $
U U lt ! 'W
I, UH Of J
it. lad I i
l'KNNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
nHKsTKH. ttut year open
"New llulltlini!. is nn. i,,.
hemlcal, Civil KliuiiiMHrlrn, cuurae. llei-reea
oiilerrnd. Apply lo W. P. Halllday. Kan., patron
Cairo, III , or to COI,. TIIEO. UYATT, hreat.
ciimn ,.n. rrn, ah i'n ll...l..u
Indiana Aslmry University.
I i ollcue or Literature and Art. Two cotimei
-i oiskii ai ami t in'oxo'iiiic al.
II. 'liieoloi,'lcall oiir, Inatrurtlon by the pre
Itlent ami four profeor.
ill. Law t'otirao. ImtrHCtlou by three profe.
IV. Military Department, under charge of United
nirm-p ,1111 r.
V. Preparatory school. Hix aklllful and cxporl
Tuition free. I.nlU h and t'entlemen admitted,
oi atlou hoalthy. Kir-t ti im beuini Sept. IS.
Apply lor rataloLMtn to
AI.EXANOEK MAIITIN, LI.. I)., Proa t.
'OIICE T(J CONTKACTUHS.
Ollice of City Clerk. Cairo, Ills.. .1 illy 17th, lSs.'.
Sealed propoHaU will Ini rt i utVMit at thl ollice,
directed to the Cl'y Clerk of the city of Cairo, nu
til Tiif'tlay everiini! Auut 1 next, for keeping all
public drive well iu thu city in uuod worklntj or
tier for the reiiialnlrif portion of the lineal year
(April ito.h, lss:n. AIo for the laying of !wer
Pipe on Commercial avenue, between Third and
filth atreeta, and between Nlueth aud Tenth
MtieetH. and on Twiity-.ieonrt atract, between
w altmt and I'lue atreet. Work to be done iatl
factory to lie cinnilttee on "treeta. A (rood and
nulld-iit bond for twice the amount of bill rnuat
accompany all propoaltlnu. The rljjht to reject
any and all bid rcterved hy tho city.
J. J. KULKY. City Clerk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MHK. The (ireat Knu-
llah remedv. An
untalllm; cure for
potency ajd all
(llvai' thai folow
a a ertleucu
oi ivii aonac; nx.s
4 1 j. w J, un ui'l.".-i''.i',p.ii.o.t'
eninveraai aaailtiee. r, rn,
0 nan. in n.u i,.,i. Alter lukm.r
dlinneaanf vialon, prtmalure old 'ajo, and many
other dleae that lead to luaauitv, conatimntton
ur a premature prave.
l"fKull particular In our pamphlet, which wo
1eire to end freebv mall to evcrvone. tTThe
Sp.'iilic MeUli li.e le .old by all druiru'lat at f 1 per
p-icKBue, or ix pack-.--- for JS. or will be sent free
liv mail ou recei pt ol the moncv, bv addreaalui:
Tlia UHAY MKDIC1NK CO.,
lU'trai5, N . Y .
On arct-unt of counterfeit, we have adopted tho
el'ow Wrapper; the only (?eniilne. tluaianlee
of cure Irslle.l
Sold In Cairo by P. O. 8C'lIl"n.
w boleaale Aeut, Morrieon, l'lunibe? Jt Co.,
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances art lent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"lirilo are witfertntr from Nattvor Pkbimty
l.oar Vitalitv, l,ca or Nitavii Foa. a aD
Vioor, Watino Wkaknkssks, and all thoae dl-eaw.
of a I'biiosii, Nati k. rs-snltiitif from AHriu and
otmrr ccFa. SisMd.r ivli, f hii I complete ret.
ration or Hkai.tii.V iu.ih and MAiiioouot AaKTKD.
Thi' ifninoVst dlwiiverv of iw Nni' ii-i-nth Centurr.
b. ml al once for llliii-trutud i'niiiiihlt t fre. A.l.lrou
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
. HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their oxcollont reputation in
jured, by worthless imitations. The
Public are cautioned against buy
ing Plastors having similar sound
ing namos. Bee that the word
C A P C I N-E is correctly spellod
Aro tho only improvement evor
mado in Plastors.
Ono is worth more than adozon
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whore other
remedies will not even relieve.
Trico 25 cents.
Eowaro of cheap Plastors mado
with lead poisons.
SEADURY A JOHNSON,
MitntifnrtnrinR ChnmiMr, New York,
A HI It r III .UI IIV AT LAST. I'rliTsScti
M LAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ttiU;
lllood, and will eniiipliilulr ehanire the blood lu the on-tlreay-l.onln
1 pillea. h nlirlit from t to ttlweokamar ba re.tnrod
lo-uiiliil beallli, if xich athlna hapnaaibt. Solde
erywbera, nr anil, by mall for 8 letter .tamp, I. a.
Joiin.un A Co., Dutton, MaM., furuierly ll.u.or, Ha.
INJECTION, la aptmltlTM curefbrall Dlaoharirea,
atlmrlnK. Boini tliiK and I'lUnfitl B.naation of Ui
For Sal by BARCLAY BRO'8, Cairo, lllioolt.
r -m- -mjui jg ja- s.v-sr
Uffil nAptrbottli, Foraale by all druas,
. f T - aliui. or aont by Kxpreaa on ra
STtlt of p'loa. JOKN D. PAKR HONS.
17ft aud 177flvinora8t O1W0INNATI
61X10. fUaMmwiUoa Uiia papar. it
r-ature Hparkllntt Npeeirlc for indlseailon and
nillonane, llm water or tha faniou Helt.er Spa,
la ilupllcalild in a mo.nimt with a apooufal of Tar
rant' Seltacr Aperient, which conialti every val
ualile element of the German Sprinir. The creat
e.t phyMlclaneof Knropr pronounce that. Iree Rift
of Provident e the tnol potent of all known alter
ative, and ii fin: Hiinilu, fnb and foauilny, l. nowy
placed within the reu li of every luvalld of tlm
wcHlcrn world .
HUM) HY ALL DRUUCJIHrs.
J.OOK! LOOK.'! SKE'I!
AIUI sTAl.LF.iiiul I'OHTAHI.K, for stores and
Can chainjo apne. hid ween the Hhelvea In a mo
111. 'f t. No trouble to put up. None ti take down.
Write fur deecripllvo circular, pric- lint, Jtc.
Addr.aa: PATENT HIIKLVINO CO.,
Ml W. Ma llnon St, Chicago. III.
V(lU(l AII"' IlyoilwaiittolearnTek'Kra
aIIIjaI phv In u lew mouth, and be
certain of a altuatloii, addrec Yalenilne Brother!,
Jnneaville, u y.
llVEIillSEUsi aeii.l for our eolert lll of local
neH'apcr, Oco. I". Howell Co. Id Spruce St.
CI0I1-. iidorx tho -eiivst m. uiiM.if liuikiriir nvuiar Dundny
, ... 1 i.s 11,, , 11 mis, iiumithoi f ii.ioKKiouorni'.rftiKtiiiiitr in
K11. I1 uieiiil.-er u'el. Uie liielli of i-.iiil.iiiisi oipinil of tho
Club. 10 t,. Inn .r cent, liulilendu pit., I Tlx t I 111 v. Ile
irtiof oH.niil.,imwiit in. li i.i.imInt. 6lin-H fineacli,
ri-.l.ttii ili.o, iioiiii-i'-siiI1i tnin lendile. A reliultle ior
r. -i-nriil.'Tit wain..! Itiovrry l.iwn. P- iul itulm-etni'iit.
Kxp uii.it. .rr 'oi nlor u ti t free. A.Mn-i II, E. IvaSDAU.
a: Co., 1" ii IT!) U .Salic BU,CU1CAU0, Ilu
tr .ill ItuAia ANDNauva
Di,nr.5. Ostt si tt 1:1 nr. roa Nr.avi Arrao-
i.i-.l ns.l rn i.ii.v.ott' l.b Al.l.lUI.E if taken
1. dirnrti'd. A' r'l'A illr lirnl tint1! ut. Trfl.tll. 4
i trial iKiitl. fr.fl to l it l'a.i,they payink .i.r..i
otiarn.ui on ti,,i,wh'n rceiTi'.. hend nmniiilI'.o.antl
l,r.,,. i.lilr,,.. f nfllu'tej t lm KI.IN K.'J.II Arch
St..l'lol.'ta-' ,s-. Iru.'j-i.l. IWiir. of AV.iwij.
Or EVEET KINO CESAFES THAR 1711.
Rlflo. Shot. C.iiiiH, Itevolvera, Ainnitinltloo,
rialiing Titckle, Seines, Neta, Knive,
Kazora, Skate. llHiniiioi'k, Ptc.
LarBe llliiatrnteil ('ittalogua FUEE.
GREAT WESTERN "GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladles and Oentlemen, toenKape
with us to n'venl taeful Hnueliold
Arti.les. l'rotlls liirRR Labor ia light.
Kxclnsive territory Riven. No competition.
Terius litieml. Circulars FRKK. Addreo
Hewitt ttauurait'R Co., Itox Stis, IMttt.burRh.Pau
Swedish Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tlioroiielily e-ttoriuirifite Roaches. Ants,
Bed UiiUM, Kiojis, I.lcc.Toiuit 10 and Cotton Worms,
.Moid, etc. It issiifp, sure, rleauly nnd ehcap. Jt
will not poison h ii i i no 1h nr fowls. Samjilo par k
aires by mail ;) ctyits, Kist pild. Stumps taken.
Cireultira fr-.. Aijeot Wanted. Addnm
J. H. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
If J J ' all kinds for salo very cheap.
I ll Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
I HULL I CrX Box 868. nttabamh, Pa.
TUB II ALLIDA V.
A New and i otiipiotu llotol, front in ou Lovoe
.Second and Itallroud jjlreela,
Th riiMftmcr D"iiot of thn t'hlrftsii, St. Louie
au' .tew nrleju: lllluol Contial; Wabaah, ht.
Loul and l'ltdllci lion Mountain, aud Hiiiilliernj
iMobdc and Uhlo; l air i and St. Loin Hallway
aro all Juat acruM the trect: while thu Steamboat
Laudn.K la but one n.iuarw distant,
Thl Hotel I heated by al.nin, ba steam
Laundry, llvdraullc Klevator, Kluctrlc K'nW Delia.
Automatic Fire-Alnrma, Hi th., absolutely puro air,
perlnct sewerage aud complete appointment.
Superb (uruiaiiliiKu; purfecl aervlee; anil an nn
Ia. P. IVUtKICU Ac CO..aUe)Nei
n IS "VX DR.
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