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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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OhIIv.oik. year oy mall 10 00
liaily.one month 1 00
Weekly, one year 8 "
W'eely. ft rnoutha I W
lay-Club of ava or more for Weekly ii-ullutln at
onetime, pur yuar, l Mi
INVAIIUHI.T IN AIIVANCa.
All Cottimunicalion should h lilrii to
E. A. HCKNKTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It la for the
Cure of this dtaeiwia and it atteQdaotiu
PEP8IA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, e to., that
iUTT'8 PILLS havo Kaine'l b world-wide
ropuUition. KoBemedyha8 ever been
discovered thatRcta so goutiyon'the
digestive oranii, frying thorn vigor to aa
eimilate food. An a natural "reanlt, the)
Ju'ervoun Byatelii ia Braced, theTduaclesj
htb Dovelopod, and the Body Robimt.
Clillln. nud Povor,
B HIV A I,, a Plantar at Hayou Hara, Ls.aaya:
My plantation Is In a. malarial district, for
aavoral yara I coulil not maka half a or'ip on
aornunt of bllloua rtiBeasein and chllla I wan
noarly dtar-ouragotl whoo I be (f an the ana of
TL'TT'8 IMl.LH Tha reault was marvaloua:
my lattorera hood barama hearty oo1 robust,
aol I have had qo further trouble.
Th r-llee lb enirri I-lver, rlana
th Hlmrrl from polwinoua lioinura, luxl
-mum- th boarli to naturally, nllb.
out whirl, itoanrr.il feel
Try Hit n-mrl rHlrlr.jUMi vou will vain
liealli.v Itla-railon. , lirornua ltdv. Pur
IOammI, Mroug -Vrrova. d4 a SMMiuri l.lvvr.
f rlco.aatt-Mla. omco.it. Murray M., N. .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
iiav iTaik nr Whisk kk chain?! Kitdiour
Hi auk t.y a situ-V applwull'in of thin J)VK. It
tirfarti f nnlura' color, and acts lnlunuiieaiisly.
-Ml, I In- liruKts'lnu, or will by upreas on rw-Upt
of Hoe fVrllar.
Office, flfl Murray Street, New York,
(Or. 1ITJ-H 31 AX I II. luluatli
Information and CarHi Krriptm 1
6 Mioil-l rati r uvvlirotian, f
j i.iXOjVi-sxJt-Hop Hitters will nurdy
-'I U.re iu ui.ikin you will wlien all
Ifjouaru costive or ifyspeiitic, or are
Buffering from iiny other of the numerous,
disoaieij of the htotn.tch or liowels, it is your
own f ault if you remain ill, fur J lop Hitter
are f Boveiiu reiue.ly in all audi coiu
pluiiti. Ityou are wasting away wi'h any form
ofli.lney iliseuse, stop tempting Dentil
this ijomeut, an 1 turn for a cure to Hop
Ifyou ru sick with that terribly sick
iicsaN'eiviiuitutjjs, you will rind a "lUlm in
tiiim,.! ' iu the unu of Hop Hitters.
It you an: a fic(juDtcr,or a resilient ot a
misiaatK, dimrict, birriculo your system
agniiibt the scourttje of all countries ma
Urtil, cpeiletnir, bilious, ami intermitent
fivrn - ly tlio use of Hop Hitters.
If you have roiii;!i, pimply, or etllow
Bkia, ti'i'l lrt'ii:h, ptins and aclii-., and fe l
miteralili' L',,neril!y, Hop Hittt-rn will give
you fair skin, lidi blood, and sweetest
iinith, health and comfort.
In bliott tliey ruio hU dinoiises of the
stouidi, HoAfis, Hlood, Livir, Kidneys,
Br "lit's Dineaw. fViO will lie paid for a
caw they will not cure or help.
That poor bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
liv.tlu r, or daughter, can be made the pic
ture of health, by a few bottle of Hop
J Jitters, coetiu' tut a tntle. Will you let
A KOTEH lfT rTITLi: WOllAH.
tVrom tfm Bortim 0We l
ilturt. KJItort f-
Thr aboTe I. a mxxt llkcnrw of Mr. T.rrllA E. Pink
ham, of Lynn, Ham., who tboroatl nthnr human bulnin
niAy L truthfully cllrd the "THvir Frl. nd nf Womnii,"
aaaome of hT corrpiipnnJi'nt lovalornll In r, U
b ai'aluuly derotfd to lirr work, hti-h I I hr outcome
of a lltr nturfr, anil U obllrml to keop tix lady
auUUUiUi, to help hor answer t he largo rorroaiHindcni-e
whli b dally poun In upon her, . A- h trlng Itt ;eclal
bunion of ulTrln(t, or Jy at Mr aw from It, Hit
Vniretablefonipi'iind lua niMlli'lnn for good and m t
eU purpoiH 1 ha pemonnllj lurratlvated U and
am intlnflM ot til truth nf tbla.
On aoeount of H proven merit., It I. recommended
and proaerlbed by tb N'tl pliylcln In (he country.
Oua anyii "It work Uko a eh.rm and nave, much
puin. It will curt entirely the womt form of NUIiiff
of tho uteru., leucorrlm'a, trreirular and painful
Hi n.struatlon,all 0rrln Trouhlp., Innnmnvillnn and
Ucenitlon, Flooillniri. all Mnplamnwnt and the eon
equent iilnl weak no, and l rioi'la)ly adapted to
It pcrraentoii ever)' portion of I lie frrteni, and irlvel
naw Ufo and vigor. It Miimvca fulul new, llnlulrnrr,
dentroyiall craving fur iitliiiuliint., and relieve" wi-ak-neM
of tlieriomni'ii. It run e lllonlliur, llnailaehoa,
Nervotu l'roitriitlon, Ocneral lNlilllty, HIivpleMiieaa,
Depreeiilon and ludlgoetlnn. Tlit fi.lh'g of bearing
down, canning piun.wolif lit and ImekA' be, te alwaye
pemuuiMitly cuwl by lt unft It will at nil llm I and
tinder all clreuiiwtanrtvi, act In liarmony Willi the Inw
that govcrnii the foninle ytom.
It eot only (l.rx-r Imllle or l for and In aold by
drugglntii, Any ail vice minlrrd an to im In I eue, and
thonnnie. of many who have been reidored to pei foel
health by the tineef th Vegetable Compound, can be
obtained by add reeling Mt a, I'.i with etiimpfor plyt
at her home In Lyun, Slaw.
Tor Kidney Complaint of rtffieriw thl.eompotiud li
nnmirpaiucd a. alninibint leetlmonliile iiliiiw,
"Bi-a. rinkhain'K Liver Mile," rny one writer, "are
the beit In the irwM for the eura of Contlllon,
nilluuancM and lorpldlly of tha liver, Her Wood
Ihirlflerworkd womlereln lta eiecUl UAeand bid fair
toinal theCouinnd In II popularity.
All mini mwl her an an Anitol ut Mercy who aole
ambition In to dogood to ollicin.
I'lilladclpUU, Pa. (S) VI i a A.M. D.
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,tV
I PHOi HAIIKI8' PAS ' ILLE RbMEDV
tll Ve Wee .ml other, who .utter
MWilMWi Iraai Kervaw ana Plitalool ti.iiih
" " " llty. rreaiatar Kih.u.iloo aaa
tmJmmm i heir ni.ur itiNtinv reinwufiiee.,
The R.rn.ily It put op la lwle., tin. 1 lliln a innntb). ID.
lo. I i.tou.h u effect o out., unl.H In er. oam.,1 go i No. I
(UjtlnitlirM nnntlia), II, a.ni br ei.ll Id plain wr.pp.ti,
Dlwlluo. for I ilni ureap.of aaieh Kn, l'tro.hln ile.tr .
flui iu. iUhwi mi gniwi ol mt Nat waloa on tMietuvo.
The Miners' Protege,
BV LI.I.1B R. AKEItHTKOM.
"Wall, you na, f a queer atory, MlHsyj
The little gnl'a none of our kin;
Hut. you bet, wben the old nion go under,
Hhi) tli one who will hiimllu our tin.'
My part an1 mn'n rough mlnln' foilura,
We ve got nary cblldn-ii nor wire,
Hut we love little yellet-liitlred Nellie,
And wo II rear her up rlgbt-bot your life.
"How old? Wall, be'a nigh eight, I reckon:
Hvo yeara hIih-cs we linniglit hermit here;
An rilio whh the eiiiiiilui.Hl liahv
V e'd looketl ut fur maiiy h yi Mr.
J on R(.;, 'twHt the tlniK the ApHchea
llrokf out. Ilium th,. r,., I111H of HjnI
i ho r-iiilgrnnt lialn croHnwl their trail, Mi ha.
An the liijuna tbey seooied 'cimill in,
" Vph, ihar lay men, ehlMren nn wliinnen;
I he red di-vila ralMrul nil their h'nr.
we couldn't do tioihlu' lo help fin,
Ki my piod nn' me Imrifl 'nn tlmr.
found nun Ilkely-ltM, kin' young ereliiru'
l.ylll' out from the rent of the henri,
She watdi H'l. like the others, nn' NVIIIn
l.ny clone by her HiilD-tiixi aeli-cp,
"Wnll.'lwaanlKht ninety inllii to the M-ttle.
Hill nu' me luined Hie thing In our mind-
All' lit IiikI we etitii'iioi to keep her,
An' lirinif her up lovtu' an' knel.
We Imrloil her poor dud nn' iniiintny,
J.ikoH jM- nil her uiilin ky nialea.
An' we iiHiin-tl hor N-,'HrtiT t-wri-iiirnrt
My purl hud oin-e lim k in the f-tHlii.
"Hut the trouble, wn had with Hint young un
m Honi. lliio' tpiitc fiirmv to n-e,
Hill give Iwr up tor a niyntory
l.lkt-wHc ..lio iis ttxi ni'iH h lor me.
HeriliiriHMl itud. we rntiiiln't gel on light,
An w- eiixv-il i-very button hii' hiring;
Itut ni ter a npo w.. M.tcr,
When you once got thu bung o the thing.
growi"! up tjulie pertlike au'
We lukf her to work cm ry iIhv;
While liul hii' me'e tmv a iniuiii'
She'll hii hv Hie ro k-pile nn' pjy.
An' hheV tmirle better men of n- hoth, Miss;
.mi 1 1 u nnw, iMtrL-tioil no wori't..
1 on-., wo'ie woi km' iind mivIii' for N
'I be pi (. lent my old paid no' ine."
Orowtling the Mulo.
Undo Ike wits one d;iv ridin
and had a little m"'ru buy h.
i.'1'..n 1 ... 1 1 -i,
jeu em w 11:11, LIIK Ike. pos-tlin
Hliplity (rt.od tiling." paid the boy.
"Y:is it k" B.'tid I'ncle Ike'a.s the
nijile struck ft bri.-ik trot.
"'Specially when you get lots o' jrravv
wid hiiii.' '
I'liclu Ike was silent, but Hei'ined re.sl
less. "An' when you pet some, roasted
'trttcrs to sop in tie gravy," said the
l.'nelo Ike uset his whip with nervous
'liertrv, and the mule increased his
speed to a pallop.
'lea Lnk Ike, when do ')i.r,sum
ht brown, an' de gravy dreiiin' out
You shot our niouf. vou little fool.
You'll make dis mulo run oil' an' kill 119
boaf." little Hoik Unzr.tte.
Charles Lamb was crieved when lie
sawMilton's manuscript of "1 Allegro,"
which is preserved tit Oxford, because
he found it full of corrections and
erasures. He had fancied that it had
come from the poet's mind almost spon
taneously, instead id being hammered
out. I he "irentle hlia seems not to
have discovered as much of t he secret
of pm; try a a little girl had, whose cx-
laiualioii delighted tho poet Long
Mr. Ionefellow was one day walking
in a garden with a little five years
maiden, who was fond of pocirv, and
occasionally "made tip some" iiereif.
"I too am fond nf poetrv." ho said to
her. "Siipjinse you give me a little of
yours, thir, beautiful inorniiiL'!'
"Think," cried he alu-rtvards to a
friend, throwing up his hand-, his eves
parklmg with merriment, "think what
her answer was. She said. -Oli. Mr.
mgfellow, it doesn't nhvnvs come
when vou want it!" Ah me, how true!
Several months later, he was showintr
his little friend many things of interest
in his study, ami e.-o'ciallv deliirhted
hiniM'lf at her amazement on telling her
he "supposed the Ancient Mariner came
out of the inkstand upon his table" (it
once belontred to t'olcriil''!'); snvinir in
alow tone, as if thinking ii'iiud, "It
doc.-n't always come when 3 nu want it."
A Tough Sea Yarn.
Tho crow of a Shetland lMiing-boat
unite in declaring that they were tit
tacked a fortnight age by a monster, iu
comparison with which the terror of
American waters is as insignificant a a
shrimp. They declar that they hauling
heir lines twenty-eight miles ea-t-south-east
of Foliar when they saw at a short
distance from them nomcthing that had
the appearance of three small hillocks,
each about the size of a six-oared boat
upset, which blow when coining to the
surface. It disappeared in the dir.'
tionoftlm boat, and shortly after thev
saw the monster pass underneath the
boat. When it came up again it started
right In their direction with its mouth
wide open a mouth, they say, that, to
all appearance could have taken in their
iioat. 1 hero Heemed to ue whiskers ol
a greon color, and about seven or eight
feet long, hanging from its mouth; very
large green eyes, and on ils head wore
great lumps about the size of a herring
barrel. '1 hey threw stone at it. but il
still came, 011 toward them, and only
ncain disappeared below water when 11
few yards from the boat, on a charge of
swari-nliot licing uisenargeu out 01 a
fowlinir piece Into il.s mouth. Tlio lines
were then out it ml all all was made for
homo, when the monster iiiriiin appeared
in the wake. This time they observed
that it had two large tins, almost the
size of the boal.s mainsail, which were
stretched tit) from its back, and ils
length they computed to ho no less than
K( feet, it followed them up or n
distance of nine miles and then disap
a e a.
"Has It Paid."
A touching anecdote associated with
the death of .'resident Garlield is told
by tho Brooklyn Araus:
When (icn. (iarlield's nomination was
talked of, Mrs. Gartleld asked (Joy.
Jewell If it would pay to leave tho
ldeiiHauthome in Mentor, and reeolvoi
In reply: "Yes: In a year your husband
will bo President of this country, and
hold tho hlirhost ofllett on this wholo
trlolm." On the funeral train Mrs. (inr
field sent for Ciov. Jewell, and asked
him, "Governor, has itpaldP" Again
ho replied, "Yes. for that mnn Is the
best loved man on tho globe."
Deyoti? each day to the object then la
lime, nnd ttie evening will una oiui
thing done ,
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1832.
Blight's PiheiiseH, Diabetes, Kidney,
Liver or Urinary Diseases,
Have no fear of any of theso diseases if
you use Hop Bitters, as they will prevent
ana cure the worse cases, even when you
have been nmdo worse by eomo great puffed
up pretended cure.
One May G tho .I.Ooo acres of land to
the northeast of London, known as Fp
ping Forest, was declared free to tho
public;. The value of thi, iminensi) tract
of land, from a seioniiiie point of view,
lies, says X'ttun; iu its wildness. By
far the groaier portion is primitivo
woodland, which has been but little in
terfered with by man in comparison
with the heaths and commons to tho
north, wo.-t and mhiIIi of London. Such
an expanse requires little in the way of
"improvement." The le.piirements of
the ordinary holitlay-mal.er and of tlio
field naturalist are in t lit-- a ; identical.
To be able to roam iln-oii'rh many miles
of wild foict is as truly a j.loa-ii're and
novelty to the f.iriner as it is a necessity
to tho latter.
But in addition to the forest proper
there are open hpa.-es amounting to
more than :.'.0i'l acre-;, and tho '"best
mode of improving these is now under
discussion. Inn of the most nniipie sug
gestions thus far mado was that of Mr.
Alfred K. Wallace in a recent number
of the Furl uifhtlf Ikritw. After pro
viding for play-grounds, etc., Mr. Wal
lace would plant these spaces in such a
way as to give a fair repre-entatiim of
typical landscapes in various parts of the
world. Thus for instance, by planting
a section with hickories, sassafras, li
Muiilainher, maple-, oaks rhododen
drons, oata'pas magnolias, locusts, tulip
trees, butternut, bald cypress, Virginia
creeper, hemlock, spruce, kalmias and
other American trees and shrubs, )n
would produce a North American land
scape. So again, by the iim- of the
California big trees, red wood." , pirns,
spruces, 'c pre --es, ilver tir-, eigaiitie
arbor-vit.'es, and other growths found
west of the Lucky Mountains, he would
imitate a land-cape on the Pacilic.
In like mariner another section could
be devoted to the trees of F.urope and
Western Asia, including such examples
as the nettle tree, the red bud, the flow
ering ash, the wild olivcrthe hop horn
beam, Nordman's Kussian silver lir, and
the pieea oinsapo of Spain; another to
the singular vegetation found on tho
eastern shore of Asia, as the ailantus,
the sophora, cryptmneria, paulownia.
the retinoporai, the ginko tree, the
Chinese arbor vita', the wi-taria, and
the ghpkotrobus; while one land-cape
might be devoted to trees and shrubs
peculiar to tin: Southern hemi-pln-io,
including such specimens 11s the Chilian
nine, the gum tivn of Australia, the
iiuon pine of Ta-m iiiia. the pilto-por-Uins
of Now Zealand, and many charm
ing shrubs and climbers from Brazil.
A singular and c.cirant effect was pro
duced, the other c , uing, by a gentle
man in the -tails slapp'ng his ba'dh"ad
instead of clapping his hands. It
Hounded very hmd. No doubt it will
become the fa-hioii, as jo many of our
ilt youth have a great, di I'k iency in
this purl (of ctiur.-r, of hair). Court
JiXtl ll I'.
"How (lo you untune," sai 1 a lady to
lit r friend, "to appeir so happy all the
time?'' "I always have Parker's Ginier
Topic handy, " was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
hen I am well I always feel trood naturud.
See othtr column.
I)u. Ki.i.ve's GitiiAT Nekve Uestokeh is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All riU stopped fiee. fend to 0-J1 Arch
6trcer, Philadelpia, Pa.
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
tho best. Borden, Sclleck & Co.. atrents.
St. Louis, Mo.
Mien's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of yenerativo organs. $1. 5 for $."). All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 31S First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Mn. DchEs, of Colfax, Indiana, has run
ning sere on her ankle lor two years.
"Lindsey's Blood searcher" cured it.
Sowing and Reaping.
Wheu a young hdyhcmi handkerchiefs
for a 1 ich bachelor, she 6ews that she may
reap, When seeds of disease are planted
through over indulgence, yon can prevent
tho undertaker from reaping tho benefit lo
using Spring Blossom. Price ."30 cents,
Paul (1. Schuh Agmt.
Pkhso.ns wlume blood has been corrupted
and the circulation deranged by foil
secretions the results of the disordered
chemistry of tho body need for their
purilioation something like au inward
baptism at the bands of Mrs. Lydin L.
Pinkhain, whoso laboratory is at No. 3M
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Her Vege
table Uoinpouud is fairly inundating tho
country with a river of life.
We must toll some men a great deal to
teach them a little, but tho knowledge of
thu 1 illative properties of Spring Blossom
in case of sick headache, indigestion and
billiousness is bought by experience.
Price 50 cents, Paul (I. Schuh, Agent.
The Bells of l'iiei'tomlom
patronize Sozodont because it perpetuates
and itiCieiiHcs the most important item in
the sum of loveliness, beauty of the teeth.
Let the mouth bo ever su smell, a very
(lipid's bow, if filled witlt discolored teeth
it is repulsive. Whitened rnd preserved
with this peerless dmtiricj1, tho teeth form
a delightful contrast to the roseate hue and
lovely curve of a pretty mouth. Hozotlont
is f ir profetablo to gritty tooth powders.
Tub Grand Central Hotel, (Iil7 Brtnd
way, New York city, ia more centrally lo
cated than any other first dun hotel on
the American plan in that city Don't for
get this when you visit Gotham and give
them a call. 200 rooms on European plan
at $1.00 and upwards per day, also a good
Ktiluey Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester N. Y., writes:
"I have been lot over a year subject to se
rious disorder of the kidneys, and often
unable to attend to business; I procured
your Blhoock Blood Bitters, and was
relieved before half a bottlo was used. I
intend to continue, as I foel confident that
they will entirely cure tue." pru.e ni)
Paul 0. Scliuh, Agent.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color arc unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions it English
and German. I'ric e 15 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
In The ni.i.i.Kii.N Building, which is now
otk-red for balo on easy terms, long time
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 -10x00 and a
two story 1(1 x 4.5. Has a fronlago of ,10
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
lUih street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac., in the 3 utory building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress tlii i ollit e, or Join H O'oerly, Bloom
Luoklen'fl Arnica Salvo
The B' st Sj.Wo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
-tf cents pvr box. For sale by Gho. L
Persona!! To Men Only !
The Voltaic B-lt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klectro
Voltaie Belts and Electric Applieance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old )
wh ore nllhcted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
tmiili is, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restorntion of health and manlv vigor. Ad-
Ires.-tis above, N. B Nori.sk is incur -
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Iivfiprila. Liver Pis
ens. s. Fever and Anne
Heart Hisease, Hilio,
n.'ss, .Nervous lieMlliy
THE liE-ST likMI.HY KNOWN TO MAM
iwelve Tliousaml Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thle Svrnp pos"(.t'ii vnricd proportion: It mini
tllatca the ptyallne in the eallva, which convert
tho etarch and sugar of the food Into cluciieu. A
deficiency in ptyaline cae.n-e wind andeonrinc of
the food In the etumtieh. If the mcdicl'it js wr n
immediately aftur eatius, the I'ermcutHiion ol l ud
ItacUniinn the I.Ivor,.
It arts upon tiic Kidneys,
It IteKtihite.H the Huwels,
It rarities the i:in4.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It I'Miiioles ingestion,
Il Nourishes, Streiurtlieni and InvlRurates,
It Carries oir the Old Ploud and makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skla ami Induces
It neutralize the hereditary tnuit, or polnon m
thu Mood, ul.irh ct'nitrutoH Scrofula, Ervslpelas,
aud all manner of riklu Ui(aei and internal hu
uuir. There are no spirit cmiloyed In lta nianiiracinro
1 it c nil hultik. n I iv the inimt ilolli.nte halie.or by
tlio ntjoil and leeble, caru only belti required In ut
teutl. u Indirection!.
Onlvn, IliMiry County, III.
I whs nflVrlne from Hick HeadHclir and H'zzl
no o that I could not attend to my honreliold du
tie, nnd a ebort trial of Or. Clark Jolomou' Itali
an lilood Syrup ctlctluiillv cured me.
MK8 HELEN EI.KIN8.
Wutcrtniin Statlmi, lleKalb Co., III.
Thl I tocerllfy that Drl'lnrk Johnson' Indlnti
Illoud tsynip )ih curetl me ol J'ain in thu Mm k. 11
Is a valuable meihciiiu. M1!S Won I).
Cetitre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl I. to certify that 1 whi atlllcted with ralpi
tiitliui of the Heart lor ninny ynra I trld ditler
rut doctor, whoso precriitlotiD tended more In
Wi'itkcn ni than they did to etrungthiMi. I a. Uet
re Ivvd to try Dr. Clark Jolinaon't Indian lilood
riyiup, which proved to ho a nixltlve lureiiot on
ly ciirlnu llin Jl.nrt I)l-ene, hut alo a rUck Ilead
ach winch lisd hteti Irouhliliit nie,
I was atlllcted with Liver Complaint and Ivi"'p
ln and fulled to cef rullef, although, tialue niudl
cUie from our bent dis-tor. I roiiimeiiceil utni;
ir. ,lohiiou'a lmllan lilood Svnui. uud ahort trinl
rured m. T. W. lilSlNtj, Mollno, III.
This i nrllfle that Or. Clark Johnson' liiiluia
Hlood Hymp hm ellcclnally cured mu of Uypnpi'la.
Too much canuot bo raid In pralo of It.
V. K.WI.MMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Aients n lit I'd for thu n1e of tho Indian Hlood
Syrup in every town or village., In which I have no
auut. l'urtlciilriin clven ou uppllcntlim
ouuootsrs 8KLi. ir.
Labratorv7! Weal 3d t.,N. Y
BunKinrr, nitiartluw and Voinful Benoationa ot th
81 OO1"" hott la. For aala by all dm-
viat. or Hunt by Kxpreno on ro-
ceiplof prl.-o, JOHN D. PA11K HONS,
lVftand 17'. BvonoitiraBt, OINCtNNAH,
011IO. I loHdii uniullou thla ununr. o A
KorHalohy BAUCt.AV IJKO'H. Cairo. Illli.oi.
Oilte ot Rcrufulo, I'lmplr,, MkIIi, illeV, IMA Sw,
nor, r.rii, Mrrtiurtai eiHtiei, r.oioita. t-oi
Apwilio, feuiolo Cni4iluu, an oil l"
falwuMo. ti a,ir null, all .truiiuit
count r J nuir, keoprn lell It. K. S. H-Uert
(u., fMS, flthlinrtk, aa o?r oMtla.
53 MSA m
&'JrA ?TK x5
PKNNSVLVAXU Military ACADEMY
pHK&TKK. Slat year opens September 13th.
yNw liulldlnna. v Huperlor aecotninodatlon.
Anpnlntineuta complete. English, Colltitlate,
Chemical, Civil Kuiriouerlng conrea. I)eKreet
t.onli.rred, Apply to W. P. Hallldar. Kq., patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIIEO. HYATT, treat.
Indiana Asbury University.
I. Colli'ije of Lltcratnro aad Arts. Two couries
Clulcal and 1'lii neoplilral.
I I ri'l .1... . r .. . ... .i . . ..
Ident and four profeor.
1HC..IUKK.IH i oiirne. instruction tiytue prea
III. Law C'ourso. Iuatructlon by throe profes
sor. IV. Military Dipariment, underchareo of United
V. Preparatory school, filx skillful aud experi
Tuition free. Ludlea and uentlemen admitted,
miration healthy. Firt term liejiin Sept. 13.
A ply fur i-sliiiiiiue to
ALKXAN EK MAliTIN, LL. IV. Pres't.
jTOTICK TO CONTKAC'f OliS.
Cl'y Clerk's oT.c. , Cairn, III., .Inly 31st, 1MJ.
teiiled ropo-iila will be received at this ofllce,
directed lo the - liy council f the city of Cairo un
til mee'ln ofthuconnc.il, JloiidaynvenlnR, Atinnst
1 1 11, lssj, for furnishing the material and doing
the. wurk. o- doing the work necessary for the fo
construction ot the Pillowing sidewalk, to be con
structed of wood, viz: On the rat sld of Wal
nut, street, between Fourteenth ant Fifteenth
steel. A good and suftlcictiit houd for twice the
amount must accompany all propositions. The
work lo be done to thu satlsfac Ion of the commit
tee on street. The rl(.'ht to reject anv and all bids
reserved by tho citv. I). ,. FOLEY, 'Clu Clerk.
JOT ICE TO CONTKACTOItS.
City Clerk' oltiee, Cat o, III.. Julv .'list 1SUJ.
Si.,.!ed iirniiiHals will ho rerelvud at thl nillce.
dir cu d in tlie city couneil of the city ol Cairo,
until meeting of council. Monday evening, An
et I lili, Pkj, for furnihlnv the nHterial and
(1 ing the work, or diing the work, necessary lor
the ret' instruction of tliu IVllowIng altlewa ks To
be reciitirttriieied of wood, vlr.; On the westerly
shin of Whlnilt street, between llth aud 1 41 h
str .:', and on tlie southe-ly side of 5th atreet
running I.Wf'el westcrlv from washlci!ton ave.nue.
To be constructed of brlek. viz: On the southerly
i t 'e otrit!i street runniin! feet westwan'.lv from
Walnut s r.-t A iirovuled by ordinance No. IS.
approved November :lrd, Ml, which Is on lll tn
th e otllre and "ii'ij.-rt lo examination at any time
A goon aaa sullicient bond fr twice tho amonnt
nui-t Hc-.oinpany all propositions The rlyiit to
reject any and nil l'ld rese veil by the iltv.
II. l . r LK V, City Clerk.
WHAY'S SPF.CIFIC MKDICINK
TRADE MMtK. The Great Eng
lish remedy, An
unlaUlng cure for
potuncv &jd all
as a sequence
of aeir-atiusii; M.,'i;,Afi'4j
.... . ' . . ...
BoforO TakillguniVLrsalliissltmie,! f, VuV.Ve.
ct)iil in tha hark.1"'' iaXlDa
loss oi niemorv, :w-i
dimness of vision, premature old ago, and many
other ilis.-ast's that lead to tnsauliv, consumption
or a premntute t-rave.
j"Kiill i.urticulur in our pamphlet, which we
desire to seud free bv mall to evervono, I fTlie
Specillc .M"d!eli:e Is sold bv all druggists at $1 per
pacKHj:!', nr ix paekiigea for .', or will be sent free
bv mail ou receipt of the money, bv addressing.
TtU UKAY MKDICINE CO.,
Herrtic, N. V
n arc utit of counterfeits, we hate a 'opted the
Y.-I'ow Wrapper; the oulv genuine, tiuuiiiutees
of cure Issued
Sold In Cairo by P. O. RCIICFI.
Wholesale Agentf, Morrison, l'luaiboT & Co.,
( BEFUht - AND AFTER
Eiectric Appliance, are tent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
TVliO ore .utrerlni from Kiavors Pr.mt.iTT,
? Lost Vitjlitt, t.Ara or Nsrv Foa a so
V ions, W aiitin.i W ttasi.HSKi, anil all thte iliseonea
of a Pfrsonal NarruK resulting tnun A Bins nd
ornra Co srs. Kpeeily reltef and compleUi resto
ration of UKAl.TII.VlDOM Slid MASH(.ori(i'iHKTKn.
Tlie tfinn-lfHt diieovery of ttis Nineteenth Century.
Sentl .it uiu'e fur UlielniteJ l'Hiiipbiettree. Adilred
VOLTAIC EEIT CO., MARSHALL. MICH.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And thoir cxcoUont reputation in
jured by wortWess imitations. The
Publio are cautioned against buy
ing Hnatcrs having Rimilar sound
ing namoH. Soo that tho word
C-A F C I-N-E is oorrootly spellod,
Are tho only' improvement over
ninclo in Flaslors.
One is worth moro than a down
of any other kind.
Will positively cure whoro other
remedies will not even roliovo.
Trieo 25 cents.
Ecwaro of cheap Flusters tnado
with lead poisons.
SEABURY Sl JOHNSON.
M.itmfVtnrliig Chemists, Now York.
A' M KlfHI'.VII UV AT l,AsTr"l'rle'.'its".
MEAD'S Mcillcalod CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PIUS Utl
Itlooil, and will nntnplntatrchanaa tha blood In th an
tlnsysismln thraatnnntna. Anyrwraonwhowllltake
1 pill ea-h alaht from 1 tn ICwaeksniir be rsstnrad .
tosnund hsalt.h. If such aihlnabapmollile. Sold-.
tarywhen., or seat by mall for a) Uttr oumna. I. ft. ,
JouaavM A Co Bvntou, Haw., foraatli ttaiifor, Aio, ,
m f DR. f (n f
v -S3 .
r. attire a Sparkling Hpeclflc fur indlgoation and
lilltousnosa, tho water of th ) faniona rieltuer Spa,
I duplicated In a mo runt with a spoonful or Tar
rant's Seltzer Aperietit, which contains every val
nuble elemurt of tlie Merman Spring. The great
ei physic ansof Kurope pronouuee that tree gift
of Providence the most potent of all snown alter
at ves, ami its fiic simile, frch and foaming, l now
placed within thu reach of eVoty Invalid of thu
SOLI) HY ALL DTXCOIsrs.
LOOK! LOOK I! SEE!!!
K ifr I A ISTON'S
ALU fSTAI'.LK ami roUTABI.F, tor Ktorea and
Can chang.i spare b. iw. i n the s'lelveti In u 1110
ni. r.t. No tiouii'r to put. up. None to take down.
Write for Ueacrlptlvn cirniliire, prlc.-. list, Ac,
Address: FATUNT SlltaviNM CO.,
"! W. Mii llson St. Chi. ago. III.
Y0Pii WVX llyouwanltoleKruTelegra
AOlni i'llil p,y inn Tew months, anil he
certain of a rlluation, address Vuluntlnu Brothers,
A OVKK lTskKSI sen.j for our select llstot'ioeai
henspapcr, tico. I' ilowcll Jt Co. lt tpruco St.
Chili i i,(
nil II Ml (III) I VI M U'' M
Chll-,r.ll.Te tin- Mire t ,11' .illHof llwKilig iruiiiitr in. nun
1 1 1 1 v . .. i iii'''i!Moi viorosimietir riioroiiii't " in
hv h nn'inlx r l'cIh Uic h"fit it ut cunitiorii (iipftai ot' Itut
Club. 10 to I'm rr o-nr. I'; l-l. to!- ni"iillil
jKirtitof utrt'i-HlidiiriK'! t riTfU'r. Winn tl'Onwh,
r Ui't;i -li'i-, !ift:ii- c; (Hi It -It ruMr. A P'llltlill cr-
rtm).(('tt wfinh-.l m t-vfi v uv,n, B -vfinl iii'Siiit'ttirnffl,
K;ai.:il'i v C.irnlnr nn! fni-. A lilrr a . ' LlMjaIA
:Co. in k IVJ UouiU; bl.CUlCAtiO, ll.u
sivT)R, RLINK'3 GREAT
tb n Iiiiais AsoNrs. B
noas.Fits, Ki n cysr.otr IVKAI.I.lBI.r; Itiakon
1.1 rlireri,..!. ,V"iO 't'"-r tr.lr.fy'i ims. Trusttoo t
Ll'J Irml b.fttl... fr.'H Ui Vic C'useo.tr.ey iayinr.'Siri.o
tl.arvt.-a on tioi.wliHit ro.ti,.4. sn1 nNtnv,,P.O.Aiii
'llireM..lilr.'..ufmu'led ! III! Kl.l.NK.ii:il Arch
ISt.I'kilod..t" m Oruiijul. hiear of 'iudl.
OF IVEItT KIND CBKAPEE THAN EVES.
RHIps, Shot Guns, Itevolvers, Ammunition,
Fishing Tackle, Seines, -ls, Knives,
linors, Skates, IJiinimocks, fir.
I.arfce Illuatrnteil Ciitalo;ue FHEE.
-(Vrl i X ro..
GREAT WESTERN GUN V0RKS,
WANTED I Ladle and Oentlomen, to engage
with us to a. 11 several Useful Houanhold
Arlii-ls. f.i.dta lurgo l.rt'.or Is light,
l.iel tsi.'fi territory ijivpn. NocompeUUon.
Terim ltn Till. Citcubvn VKKE. Addretia
Hewitt Jiaiiuract'K Co., Uux WW, Pittsburgh, r.
Swodish Inaect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will (horoiiphly r xfcrmlnnrn Konehea. Ant.s
Jtetl llio;s, l'le.'ts, LicfI'. t;ic- o unil t'oltonWoruvH,
Muih, eie. It Is siife, sure, cleanly mid cheap. It
will not poison miinvtls or fowl. Snmple park
aiT"s by mini an coiits, p'.vr-('Hit. Sunup; taken,
t ircoliirs (li'f, Agents W.tntH.I. A.l'ltvsa,
J. II. JOHNSTON, PittaWKa. Pa.
of all kinds for sale vervcheaD.
ffCataloguos free. Address, RICHARD
1 1 HULL tCa BOX 808. Mttoburgh, Pa,
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"TH K JIALLLDAY
A New and l onipiere It .it.nl, fronting on Lovoa
Second nnd ltullroad btrenta,
Tu ras.ntiger t)i not ot the Chtriiro, Nt. Lotil
an'' .tew Uileutis ; Illinois Central i Wabash, Ht.
I.nuls ami Pacific; Iiou Mountain and Houtheru,'
.Mobile and Ohio; l air , and Sl. Loin kaiiwaya
are all just ae.rosa the street: while thu HUsmboat
Lauillng la but oiin a iiinre tllMrinl,
This Hotel I ht-ntc.l by siesm, bus steam
Laundry. Ilydra..llc Klevalor, Kle-Irit full Ivella.
Automatic Pi re-Al ma Huh, abso'iitnlr l"ir air,
period Aewurugu and uiiuiilvlu apeoliiluianla.
Hunerh furtiishlutto J perfect arvlci aud U BlV
iculle4 tabltl. .
1 1. PAIHC1CH Ac CO. jAmmm