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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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Daily, one month . 1 0"
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IMVAHIAHLT IN AOVAIffll,
All Comraoulcationi ahould h addred lo
K. A. llUKNKTT,
Tubllaher and 1'ronrlotor.
He Thought he wan Boss.
HV II. I.. (IIAHl.m,
Jim Hindu him lived hinttlf. fur thirty-onojcara,
Hilt now be decided to iHko hllll a wife,
Which hedbl Willi all pioinptneni, untroubled
Of a x!iW' mid to tho peace of hi life.
Hut aoon bn diaoovcred t tint niHiiy loon wny.
Which in day ot lrcfilom IihiI cHri'U'HSly
Wtj ll'-i'miiiK' to her wlin should brighten
And must now bo uliuudoiiod-cdne live Inn
Ho culled on an old boon companion one ilay
Tom WHynor tilH nuine mid bo told bltn bin
"That lit nothing." shI'I Tom, "for all wives
havo tliolr hv.
And the moat of tbt'in freely express tbelr
"Ifou arc In doubt thiit inyntntcuient lairm
Wo'll atari nut at unco, and will (rive It ati'Mi
Wo will rail itt i-ai-b bounn and find out by
If tin- wife, bus an Influence over the rent,
"With, every man we ran find on the way
Wboni' wito tiM no Inlluence, a cow' 1 will
If you will permit all thono under her whv
Tho miiRil (rllt of an i-kk from yom hmid to
All rtny they labor, and many a man
Accepted km etfir with a courtoou Imw;
Uut not oik , whcu brought under tho lot of
Could be found who wa worthy of tiikltijr a
Their tlmil attempt wat miidc jut tiefnro nlirht,
Approar-biuira homo, Hiiold innn they cnpie.1,
"I prcKume von'ic the owner," naidTmu. "Am
1 all riiiht f
"Vm, KtnuiKor, I'm Imsnof this ranch," be
'Vou're nr? go you're sliiKle, I take It,"
"No, Indi-d. I've boon married for twenty
But, Irt-twUt you and m, I would ba h yon tc
No woman can ever lead uie by the pars."
HaldJoe. "Vou're tbo man we've Wn neck
Inir dint morn.
See, ben are twocowa; como take whirl'
Cti examining tbmn bub be preferred the
Hut continued: "Just wait till I apeak tc
"Mr wife diM-an't like the oldnbort hrti at all,'
He ald on returninir; "your pardon 1 b'ir;
Hut I'll now take the brliidle, allboiiKb the 1(
"No you won't," nvi Tom Waynor, "Joe
give ului bis ek'V'"
In the venr lPi Francis Hiirrett
wrote: "If any oin' Khali, w ith an fn
tirrj new knifi'.'cnt nnnimlcr a lotnon,
usitijj woriN 'Xn,e!iive of liaircil, con
tumely or dislike nnint any imlivi'ltial,
theahsi nt tiarty, tliouh at an unlimited
dirditncp, fools' a oi.'iiain incxprosiblo
and cutti!! nn'iii'.li nf the heart, to
gether with a eold chillin'.-s and failuro
thrMi.:hotit the liM.iy." Will finiiieliudy
ciU a li iiKdi and think of (luitea?
Vandals at Mount Vernon.
It is n lii.-iraee to civilization and a
Khanie to Amerieans that wherever in
this country there may he historic relics,
works of art, etc., juM ns certain w ill
they he do'-trnveil, inutilat''d or carried
otV." At Mount Vernon these vandal-
have lieen at work for year, luulilatin
furniture, portions of the mansion, and
wherever there miht '. aiiMhin to
suit the fancy. Thee contempt ihle tel-ie-huuters
are mostly from the north,
and are, very generally females. Art
icles of furniture have had to bo jut
away and locked up to save them from
beinjr entirely destroyed hv the clii
pins taken from them. We should
think that from the associations the hal
lowed spot would ever tie free from the
relic vandahs. But it seems not, ntid
we hope, very soon to have riid Vir
ginia laws enacted to save Mount Ver
non from the depredation t hut would
soon destroy all remembrances of a(!eo.
Washington. U'ashitujloa Sini'lay Ud
zctte. That Was It.
Tho practice of privitiij short weights
is common in all trades. How a De
troit merchant desired to make amends
is set forth in-the following neat bit of
humor from the Detroit Free Vc?w:
".Sir!'1 began a Detrniter as he enter
ed a grocery the other morning, "Sir!
I ordered somo butter of you yester-
"Yes-alt i m.v, . . ... ... n.to
sent it up but forgot iU You shall have
it right away."
"Sir! the butter came up on time."
"Oh ah it did, eh! Well, I'm sorry
it was poor, but we shall have some bet
ter in a day or two."
"Sir! the butter came up on time and
was all right, best I've seen in a year."
"You don't say so! Certainly just so
I'll mako up the weight on' the next
"Sir! the butter was good, the weight
correct, and I called to order six pounds
"Is it possible? Well, I do declare!
Then that was it? Well, well, hut acci
dents will happen in the best regulated
groceries, you know. Sorry, but will
do better next time."
Iu Ottawa, Can., it is announced thai
in cotiseipieneo of tho cattle disease,
which has for some time past existed at
Pieu, N. S., tho government has given
to tho minister of agriculture power to
send a veterinary surgeon to visit tho
places whore tho disease is said to ex
ist, with power to declare any place
where the disease is found, an infected
district, lie will have power to order
' any cattle ho thinks proper slaughtered,
and no person but he, or some other
person authorized by tho department,
will be permitted to remove any cattlo
from the infected district.
Tho King of Siam has just built a pal
ace at cost of $1,000,000, and is uow
furnishing it with 400 tous of furniture
lit a cort of $600,000,
Ovford Down sheep are being bought
In Kiighind for crossing on im-i'lnus
raised in (iennany and designed for tho
production of mutton,
More l imn a million dollars have been
paid for potatoes imported from (ier
many and Scotland during tho present
year, and u conshlfrahlu amount of
beef shipped from New York to Kuropo
has been brought hack hero for con
sumption. The answers to tho circulars recently
issued by the bureau of industries show
that there are UO.OOO.ooo acres of land
occupied in Ontario, and of these about
lo.'j.OO.OiH) nr,. cleared and cultivated.
About 1,1:!0,KMJ acres are sown wit li fall
Silk worms have been introduced into
Spain from Japan. It is said that they
live and do well in the open air, and
feed mostly on the leaves of the live
oak. The industry has been fostered
by Catholic priest who is a distin
Livery men in New England towns
say that the extending use of the tele
phone is doing much harm to their bus
mess, as many persons who were accus
tomed to hire teams to transact business
in adjoining places now stay at home to
talk through the wire.
Washington county, IViiiifylvaiiia,
produces annually :,: KM) to .'j'.ono.uno
pounds of wool, 'worth in cadi Vl.fi'M),
ls)0 for the wool alone, besides the sale,
of line sheep for breeding purposes, and
mutton sheep and lambs for the meat
markets of the east.
Within a radius of eight miles in one
locality in Florida there are !,!!' - orange,
groves containing lfi.).'j:i,r trees, which
produce. 2,.Vhi,(hki oranges yearly, al
though only .0 per cent, of the trees are
bearing. In the entire state it is esti
miited that .Vi.om i.iioo oranges are pro
The liop-growers of central New York
have grumbled so much about the prov.
peet for short crops that dealers have
come to disregard their tstatcincnls.
This year, however, there is really caue
for aiarm. Tho open winter injured or
killed many vines, and a new in.-eet lias
destroyed the roots of the plants,
The next ensilage congress will bo
held in the city of New York, Tuesday,
July 'H, 1M:I." The object in making
this announcement so early is that farm
ers may be prepared with accurate
statements of their various operations
by actual weight and measurement of
the seed, fertilizers products and land,
and lie able to give for the common
g'wul. exact re-. ul us in a concise form.
Horticulturists commonly expect fruit
of inferior, flavor from moist soils. The
cells are longer and filled with water.
On the same hill-slope in (iennany three
itialities of w ine are produced, and the
variation is wholly owing to difference
in the soil. Marshal IV Wilder states
that in the famous vineyard of Julian
nisbcrg, which he had visited, the wine
grown at the top of the hill brings H
iter bottle: half way down, fn, and at
the foot of the hill, only 2 francs per
A gentleman residing near the cord
fields in Nova Scotia writes: I think
at the h-a-l calculation, there are from
1. M.m i to '.'.m h) coal-miners short in the
Nova Scotia and Cane Breton collieries
and we have at present thebet demand
for coals we have had for the past ten
ears-in fad. the mines to-dav cannot
supply their orders. Coal-cutte rs in this
province are earning from to .iji.i
er month. Boys over I- years of ag
can find emphn meiit at from ;i0 to 7'
cents tier dav.
A curious experiment, according "to
the I'aris new -patters, has recently been
made with wine in that city. A cur
rent of electricity was passed through :
small ca-k of sour wine, and at tho end
of a few davs the wine was found to bo
greatly improved in quality and to havu
acquired that flavor which has hitherto
been -upposed to come of age. It is
stud tiii't the di-envery of this new ma
tin in p:o. e-i.i owing to the accident,
of a tli'iii'ler-torni having greatly im
prove.! a ca-k of bad wine in tho eel
. oi a iiitucr at Careassono.
The Lit ing Church comments in tho
following pointed manner on a species
of holy buffoonery which, to our mind,
is utterly disgusting. We quite agree,
with it' in these strictures: "An ex
change tells, it says, that 'Ben Ilogan,'
the con veiled prize tighter, has written
a book which is very peculiar. It opens
with one of his sermons, which has this
queer beginning: 'Fellers, Ladies, and
Feller-Christians, I come here to-niglit
to tell y on the truth, and you bet I am
going to give it to you.' It is very
strange that it does not occur to all de
cent people that such exhibitions are
disgusting in themselves, and in no wav
to the credit of any parties concerned,
or to any denomination that encourages
them. Thi casu of Ilogan is not an ex
ceptional one. If it were it would not
be worth speaking of; but it is a well
i , ,1U, ,n over the country
such people no sooner "get religion tiia'u
they begin pulling it to such use. It is
announced that Mr. Toney Tinker, tho
barber, has been converted. Then he
tells his experience.' It is tho first
thing that he is put to after getting re
ligon. At once he begins to delight a
class of morbid religionists with a lino
assortment of frames, feelings, assur
ances, experiences, and what not of the
most approved order. And these men
always have 'a bright experience.'
They never do any thing by halves. It
is always a clearly-marked, pronounced
case. J' hey are trophies. They are
iiiiide much of. They are not permitted
to retire to private life. They are Ihnitt
to the fore front. No Indian could bo
more proud of his scalps than the pro
fessional revivalists is of his 'convened'
gambler or prize-fighter. The man who
lias never been a prize-fighter or gam
bler is as nothing in comparison. As
star di.lTereth from star in glory, so also
do these differ from ordinary and re
spectablo men. They must mount tho
rostrum and the pulpit, and reprove,
rebuke, exhort, and tell what they w ere
and arc, and how they 'got religion,'
and what a 'bright experience' thev
have had. Seriously, this whole busi
ness of amateur preaching is to the dis
credit of religion, at.d to tho dishonor
of all concerned."
Tim Duchess of Teck. who was next
entitled to tho throne after Queen Vic
toria at her accession, is very stout and
pood-looking. Olive Logan says she is
sort of r&ropa Roia.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINir,
Narcotics and sedative murder sleep: tho
unnatural atupor is goon followed by 10
effects. Simmons Liver Regulator removes
the cause of reatleHHtiess and sleeplessness
by regulating the bowels, by establmhing
good digestion aud by quieting tho nerves.
Iry it, and you will soon know tho bless
ing of good health and sound sleep.
"I liuve been a great sullcrer from dys
pepsia And loss of sleep. As soon as I feel
the least nervous I take a dose of Simmons
Liver Regulator, ami sleep all night.
"Mrs. It. BllYANT,
A General Stampede.
Jfever whs such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Hurty W. Sehuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. Kinc's New Dib-
covt ry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons alluded with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Rcvi-re Coughs, nr RDy
affection of the Throi.t and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Personal ! Tu Men Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dve's Celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial tor thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, aud kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. I'. No rik is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is ullowed.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
oi genermiVH organs, fi. i ior .in
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers !!!
Are you disturbed at t.ight and broken
of your rest by a sick shild suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
altout it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sstfe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 2 cents a bottle.
"How do you m:inae," sai l a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?"' "I always leive P.irker's Ginger
ToLic handy," was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always ft el good natured.
See other column.
Both Lydia E. I'inkhnin's Vegetable
Compound and Blood Purifier ure prepared
ut 1233 and '.M-l Western Avenue, Lynn
Mass. Pr.ce of cither, $1. Six bottles for
$. Seut by mail in the form of pills, or
of lozenges, on nceipt of price, $1 per box
tor either. ;urs. rinklmm treely answers
all letters ;f inquiry. Enclose .'ic. btmup.
Send lor "(Juidy to Health and Nerve
Tut Grand Central Hotel, fill? Broad
way, is of easier access to any place in New
York than any other first-class hotel in the
city, being within .wo blocks .f stations ot
the Elevated Kiilroad, of both East and
West hidi s, and the Cross-town curs run
within a blotk. It has recently been thor-
ouirnly refurnished ami is coital to anv
hotel in .Sew lork city. Don t fail to
give them a cull when yon visit the city
either on business or pleasure. 200 rooms
on European plan at f 1,00 and upwards per
day, also a good restaurant attached.
From Every Point of the Compass
come the orders for Sozodont. Never has
such a demand arisen for anv arucle of the
toilet. Its most constant pattons are amoug
the sex born to bo admired. Good looks
conciliate, beauty fascinates. White teeth
do ruoro to augment personal comeliness
than any other facial characteristic. Tho
ladies know this, aud either to render the
charm lasting or to secure it w hen wanting,
apply hozodont, the most effective of tooth
preparations. Use it systematically.
Noting the etloctM.
H. Gibhs, of Buffalo, N. Y., writes:,
"Hearing your BurdocK B ood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their effects, and find tint in chronic
diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys,
your bitters have been singularly marked
with success. I have used them myself
with tho best results, for torpidity of tho
liver; and in the case of a friend of mine
suffering from dropsy, tho effect w is m ar
velous. P. 0. Schuh, Agt.
J.vcon Mautz u.f, of Lancaster, N. Y
says your Spring Blossom works well lor
everything you recommand it; myself,
wife, and children have all used it, and
you can't Cud a healthier family in New
York stato-f lot..), 183D. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
A Short Roiul to Jleultli.
To all who aro suffering from boils, ul
cers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other obsti
nate diseases of the blood and hkin, a
courso of Burdook Blond Bitters will be
found to bo a short road to health. Prico
1,00. Paul 0. Tchuh, Agent.
Boils of Down Feel Hard.
All beds seems hard to tho rheumatic.
Then hearken yo peevish sffuers! Apply
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil to your aching
joints and muscles. Kely upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
leant, ir the testimony of thoso who have
used it. Tho remeedy is likewiso suc
cessfully resorted to for throat and lung
disease, sprains, bruises, etc.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Escaped from the Toiln.
Jno. H ien, Laporio, Inl., writes: "Hur
rah for Spring Blossom; it is nit you rec
ommend it to lie. My dyspipsiA has all
vanished. Why don't you advertiso iti
What allowance will you make if I take
dozzen bottles, to that I could oblige my
friends occaslonallyt" Prico 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Taut 0. Seoul), Agt.
A CIOOD BARGAIN
Will be given somo enterpriseing man
in Tnn uci.ueti.n Building, which is now
offered for sulo on easy terms, long time
and low mto of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 1 x 4.5. II is a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avrnuo and 150 feet on
12th Btreet. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, tv-c, in tho 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars mi
dress this nfhVa, or Joh) II O'oerly, Bloom
Indian Blood Syrup.
tf ''i f i ll
IivM'i'inhi. Liver Ills
hi.'s. Fever aiel Anne
10 HII lllSfHHf, 1 . 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 N -
ui".s, Nervous ludiillty
THK HFJVT JiKMKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
hvelve Thousand Mottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrun pn"iMi' vimc! nrinirtiin: It ptim
Mate Hie iiivhllne lu the nallva, wulch cuuvertH
tun Htarch and niuar of tlin food Into kIiiccik!. A
di'flcleiH'y inpljKiino caupeii wind nun touring nl
mvioon 111 the :iimnch. If Ihe nuiiicl - .i-r.cn
inimediatclr after eutmir. the furnieiiiaiiiiu ul i.,i d
It acts npon t tie Liver,
It Hfts upon tli KMiicjs,
It Reeulutvs tin? Bowvls,
It riirilii'8 the Mood.
It "Vuli'ts the Ncrvoim Systfin,
It I'roinoti s Mzfstinn,
It Nourishes, Strnjrtlicng Htid Invlg(iritt'n,
It Curries tiff the Old Illnod anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Hkln ninl Induees
It rontriiltzc-n tho hereditary tunt, or potnon in
mo tiioou, wuieu irvneraiPH scrotum, fcrv'.peur.
nun an lunouer 01 tktn uieeai-ea ana imernal hu
There hie no piritn employed in lt manufacture
ami 11 1 an le taken by the mont dellc&ie balic.nr by
the ncvA and leeble, cure only beiuit required in at-
teUU u to oirectioijft.
Galva, Heury County, III
I wim MifTer'ne from Sick Headache aiirt Dlz.l
nem oiilh'il I ould not attend lomy boureholdda
tie, ai'd a chort trial of Dr. Cliirk Jobumiu's Icdl
an Bloi.d .yrup efltciuillv cured rau.
SI US lllil.EN ELKINS.
Waterman Stailon, lieKa'ili Co., Illx.
Thin i to certify that Ir Clark Jubneon'x Indiini
B!iid Svmp nan cured me of Tain In the Kick. It
U a valuable medicine. Mils WOOD.
Centre mil, White Co , Ark.
Thl i to certify that 1 wim KlTlicte.l with I'alpi
tallou of ih He .rt lor many years I tried dill.-r-enl
tloclor. who'n prein rlplioiii' tended more in
weaken me than they Aii to "ireuithen. 1 ai lapt
no Ive 1 to try Ir. Clark Juhnaoii'a Indian Hiooil
S-ijt n i. which proved to b a punitive cure not on
ly curlni! the Heart Diem..., but aleo a lck Ilead
ach which bad been irouiiiinu nie.
Mils MAItY A. NKAL.
I a ail'.lcted with LWer Complaint 4r.1l Ilynpep
fla aud failed to get relief, althoimh uhIiil; mudl
clue from our beat doctor I couiuieni ed u-in
Dr. JohtiPOU' Indian Hlood Svrnp. and anhort trial
cured me. T. W. KlSlNG. iloilue, III.
ThI cortlflea thfit Or. Clark Jolinson' Indian
Plood Syrup h i eilectually cured me of Dy pepeia.
Too much cauuot bo aid in praie o: It.
W. E. WIM.MKK, Bedford, Mo.
Ai ents n amed for the nle of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in ev, iy iown or village. In which 1 have no
ai.'Lt. I'a:li:ular tveu ou appltcutluu
DltftiGIsrS SELL IT.
i.!iratorv Vet ad at., S, Y City,
OT1CE T(l COST UACJ OHS.
Cltv Ct rU' offtv. Cairo, M , Atii?. 2. 18S ' .
Sealed pinpoeiiln w;l b, pceir- dat thloolrlce
directe l to ihe citv council, of tiie city of Cuii o
until meet.nu of the ci' v council Monday evenlnc
Aiwunt M h, IS83 for rurulnhiiiK tin) material and
doln thn work-or dolnt; ihe work necenn ry tor
the reC'"nntrucMun ol the follow ine, nidea!k. to In
otintructe:t of wood, viz: n tho went uliie of
Commercial avenue, between Cflib and J.'nd ntreet
The contractor to use all old mu erlal lit fr 11-e.
A good and u:hcieot lioml fur twice ihe aiuniii.t of
hid mti"t accompany bid. The wi rk to be done to
the imiif,ictlon of the coniniltiee 011 nlretin, Tho
riijht to reject anv or all hldn iecrv il br the city.
1). J. FOLK 1'. City Clcik
IVJECTtOJV, la aponltiva cure fhrall Dlacharffca.
Stintttnir. BinartlnK and Piiinliil Beuaiitiona of the
SI O O rer bo" ' F(ir Bftl8 b a11 druf
v ' - tctetn. or ent hv Kxrreoa on re
cniDlot' v.rica, JOHN D. PARK HON.
173 and 177 Hycamore St. CINCINNATI
OHIO. Plume mention till muer. ;
For'ilby DAKC1.AV Eli OH., Cairo, III.
New and Complete II t -I , fronting on Levee
Second ajid Itallioad Street,
Th t'aencer Depot of tho Chit airo, St, Louli
ao ew Orleana: Illlaol Central; Wa!iah, si.
Lniil and Pactltc; ItoD Mountain and Smthern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cain and Kt. Loin Katiway
are all Jimt acroat tho ntreet ; while Ihe Steamboat
Lundliiji la but one aqtiaru dlalant,
Thla lintel I heated by Heum, ha ntetm
Laundry. Hydraulic Klavatnr, Klm trlc ;all Boll.
Aatomatlo Klro-AIann. Hatha, aholnt.ely puru air,
perfect weraee aud tompluto ppolnlinenl.
Snperh nimienlng; perfect aerTlce; and an nn
X I. PAHKBB Sa CO.tiiw
AUGUST 9, 1882,
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pHKbTfcR. Slat year oumi Huptomlior Wth.
vNiiw Ilullilluira. hu purler a:ciinmoiliilloii.
Appolntmcnta I'.nimil.'iu. t'lidlsh. C'tilhuUt''.
Cfmiiik-al, Civil KiiL'iuu.'ilng ro rava. peKruua
(Jonlurriiil. AlUily to W. I'. Halllilay, Kan., patron
Cairn, 111 , or to COL. TIIKU. HYATT, rruat.
Indiana Aslmry University.
I . Collei; of Literature ami Aria. Two cour0i
Clalcal and I'hl oopliiral.
II. 'i'heuloL'icai 1 oiire. lualrnctlon btlie tirei
blent and four prnfeorH.
111. Law Loiirno. lumractloo by three proton-
I . Military DeoarlineDt. uuderchareeof L'nltod
niaie onici r.
. rreniiratnry si hoo . Six nk 1 nil aud exoerl-
'I nit Ion fine. Ladle and irenllemen admitted,
o'atloii heallhv. Klrt term begin Hept. IS.
A iply for CHlnloutie to
AI.KXAN Milt MAl:TlN,l.l..n..Pre't.
Urui ucantle, Indiana.
OTIt E TOCONTItAC'fOKS.
OIy Clerk' oc . Cairo, III.. .Inly SUt, lHi.
riealedlroiiiHiilHWllllereielv.dat thin otllce
directed to the eltv council of ihe City of Cairo nil
111 meeting of tlif rouucil, Monduy evenlns, ANKiiat
Mib. Ihk.', for fiirnlrhiutt the material and doltii;
tin- work, o uoinif the work ni ceKSry for thu re
ciuintrucJlon 01 Ihe lollovrini; dewalk, to lie con-
nti ucted of wood, viz: On Ine e ant aide of Wal
nut ntreet, between Fourteenth ant Fifteenth
ntreetn A food an I nullli'leut bond for twlco tho
amount iiuint accompany all proportion. 'I'll o
work 10 done to ilie nallnfac Ion of ihe commit
tee on ft reel. The rl;)it to re) -ct anv aud all bids
rpnervedby the c u. I). J. FuLKV, C'lw Clerk.
LTOi k i: to con riiAcToiis.
City Cierk'nolllie, Cui-o. I!l .July illnl. ls"i.
Sealed iinirim.iii! will bn received at thin olRco
dir cted 10 the eilv coiineil of ihu city nl Calr i,
until Mieetlni! of council. Monday evenlns, Ait-
eiirt 1 Ith, lv-i. for furuiblni! the m iterial nd
d Itnr the wor,:. or d iin; be w irk, necennary nr
the recoiintruetlon of the (ellmvUnr ilewa'kn. T.i
be recon-lrucied of wood, viz: On tho wentcrly
ldu of Walnut street, between llth undllth
lren . and oii"tTn -o ilhe ly nlilo of ,S'h afreet
rliiinlni! IM f e urni r!v from Wanhlrptou avenue.
To he coun'i n te I of brick, viz; On the miiithcrlv
nl e cl T1O1 t,-(.i-i riinniii'.' fet wenlWA'dlr from
Wainul n re. t A nrovided bv ordinance No. Ts,
aiiprov.'d NovemUi-r trd. 1 -- I , tt li'eh In 011 til l In
lli,n otllce and hiiI 'ct lo eTamiiialiori at any time.
A t'ooil ami niilll'ient bond for twice the amount
Eltl"! iiC-ouipniiy all pronon 1.1'iiH The rlejtit to
riject auy and all Id 1 rem ved by the , Hv.
11. .j. v ibni.i-ny viera.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE NURS.. The C.reut Eti(t
i linh remedv, An
fj T. nnlaMinn cure for
A r-f)' ?S.( "eminal weaknen
yy-,sW nperniutorrbea. itn
poteticv tjd all
Ulsea-e thnt folow
'ViXX of "ir-lb""''! '.,
I, .PI. ,11 T,
nniversal I'innltunei p, pi,'
Villi in the bac!r.'tI-e IWCUlg.
uiuitjiti. ui viaion, premature old ai;e, and many
other din. -unen Hint lead to mnr.nltv, conniltnption
or a premature crave.
tiiFull rarticiliira in our pimplilet, which we
dtnire to end free bv mail lo evervone. W"The
S pec i :!c. M..'dicli:a In noid bv all dniL'L'intn at $1 tier
parKiiire, or n pack-lire for f 'i. or will benent free
bv niaii ou receipt ol the tnuiiev, bv addrennini;.
Tllh (illAY MED1CINF. CO.,
BiTri.o, N . V .
)n iic,- v.nt of counterfeit, we bate adoptud ihe
Vel ow Wrapper; the oulv genuine, tiiiai unti l
o! cure ienued
Sold In ('iiiro by P. U. SCIU'll.
Wholeailc ( Kent, Mormon, I'ltnnbe- i Co ,
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appluncei ar sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEM ONLY, YCUNQ OR OLD,
"V"W are niitTi-rlnif fr.,m Nkkvoc PriilLiTT
V Lost Vitalitv, t.un of Narva FoHe inu
Vhh i'., W.tsTix.1 W'r.iKNKisun and all those iltwann
of a Pkriokai. Nti n reniltm fr..ni AnrK and
OriiKa ( Ai KKa. Hn-e.ly r.'l'-l nn l eini.leti reto.
ru..n of IIkalth, V 100a and IIamli. nin akavtkkii.
The ifranili-st ili.-ccivery ! the MiK-teenth Century,
tk-nilut onre fi.r llliaitriiud I'uniphlet freo. Adiirai
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kldnoy Diseases.
Lumbaco, Severe Aches or Paine
Are Superior to nil other Plaster
Are Superior to rail.
Are Superior to l.lqimrnt.
Are Superior to Ointment or Halve.
Are euperior to Electricity or f alvaoiam
Tbey Art Iinmedlntely.
They Relieve Poln at Onee.
They Poaitlvi-Iy Cure.
Ai I ITI fMI Benon'CapclnPnrrtnaria.
I fl 1 1 I 1 1 1 N ter9 have n imitated. Do
UHU I lUllinot allow your dratplit to
palm lid soma other planter bavin); a aimilar
eonnding nam. S:-i) that th wurd Uapelled
C-A P-C'-t-N R. Pricn Si ct.
SEABURY & JOHNSON.
Waimlaetiirini! Cleniit, New York.
JMIIWK U'KMKilV AT LAST. Prirtv;
MEAD'S Mdicatid CORN and BUNION PIASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS tSLl
Bluod, and will mmiiltfli change th blood inthn
tiraiiteininthrrannth. Any pco who will ik
I pill .oh nlchtfrnm 1 to ISwwkimnrb rtnrt
toaound blih. If ueh athlncbprwihla. SoldtT.
rtwhnre, or uot by mail for Ulir 'mp, I. ft.
JoHatoM A Co., Bvatoo, Maa, furuarli buor, at.
f& dr. m.
HUM EI1VII DUVWCI
V'aliiro'a Sparkllnit Npeclllc for indleeatlou and
llllioiinue, ihu waler of ihu laiiiiiu rieluer Spa,
In duplicated tu a 1110 1 ent with a poonfiii of Tar
rant' HellBer Ajierienl, with h Contalun every v.
nalile element of Ihe Oi rnniu Hprlnif. The ijreat-e-t
tihynlc imnof Kurop : pronounce lhat tree gift
of l'rovldcnco ihii iiioni poient of nil auuwn alter
at ven, and il n fne nlinlle, fnh and foatulni;, 1 now
placed within the reach of every Invalid of tho
koi.i) iiv a Mi Ditrofiisrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SKIjJ!!!
I;c iff IJ'JS'I'ON'S
AIlII'STAIII-KiiiiiI I'OHTAIll.K, lor storen and
Cnn chango npaie ti.-lw, ell the nbvlve In a mo
rn .1 t. No double to put up. None to take down.
Write fir descriptive circular, pric lint, Ac.
Addr.n: PAT K NT MIKIATMi CO.,
I.ti'.l W. Mallni.il M Clin iio. III.
nfTVfi AIVi 11 " w1'1 tot earn Telegra
1"Ci" ah ll piiv in 11 ti month, and ho
certain of a alluatloii, addrern Valeiitine brother,
Jaiienvllle, W t...
llV'Klt iTM'ilt'n n.'ioi for our nelect lint of local
newspaper, ieo, 1'. Howell .v. Co. IU Sprucu bt.
NKW A UVK K TISEM KNTs
mhlnic tit tu. Hurtti iuumI i 11 inr inn
eurfoi Hn-Mfula. l'ii.t K-. H'llU, itir, oil Hnrei,
bore M'a, Mtriuiiril I f,f :, CaiiiHi (,'.m
Ajipoif, ti-miif 4'viiipijttiHN. Ru t ail Slutxl
li tc. It nt' fr fatilt. All -I. 'i'arl. arid
count r -tor ht iiri ifll 11. R. i. hIUr
A I .. t'ninV riH-ttiirn h. utii v htil
. a. A -.. X, 4 ., 1 - a a
...111 1.0 -ow "ie- ..a
'lnli, i'IVi-ch tliu fliret iiini'ifnf milking nmiliir iicin lily
pn-utMrt'iu iiivm hneiiinof lii,iiKniur iii,.n.delii! iri
lue h memln'r uret the h-n.-di of o.mhninl rupital ot the
dull. 10 to lllfl Hir ei'llt. Iliii.-nd 'I nu .lit nl v. llic
Inirtnof oi.mitiiinH n.'iit. e;i. li int-tnU-r. bhare tin eiv!bf
niii'tn di e. nona-wiMe, f roi.i.-niif'.e. A i-i-!iiille cor
r'Minil,'rit wantiHl in t-wry t .v o. f,iie,-ial indii'-einenta,
K Haiii..rv (VrulHr h"H fn'. Addi- l!. H, KMjaLL,
kCo., 177 U i:jUS,illel.,i:IllCAUO, Iu.
T (STOPPED FREE
iAVn. KLINt'8 GREAT
EL Nerve Restorer
y&Jr .ill linn i.vdNiiiii
Oiari. om.i i 1 e.. 1: r,m Ni.HviArrr.c-
ihisrtirs.t rl'.li'r.lc.. FAI.I.I1II.K iluksn
ftinliri:(U,. A.'A'iO.i'.r I'f.'.'v'.i..'. 1ralna4
tJ trial l'ltlrt frni tu Kit Oi-lll,y I'H.rililt .'iprtn
jiar"i "ti ln-x,w Ken rt'nivttU. hcn-l iintm-.IMi.and
--xpivi. a'Mn . of attlirl.ol tn )H KI. INK ll.ll Arch
at..Plul''-.t" tfrw'yi"!. It'ttttr tl ttiu.
0F I TEST KIND CHI AfEB THAU ETCH.
Rifle, Shot Outia, UevolviT, Auirniiiiltlon.
ri.sbiiiK Tnekle, Scliien, Net. Knlvea,
Hiiorn, Skate, ll.iiiiiuocUa, pic,
Lare lllustrnteil duologue Hi EE.
yVl a 1 r
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I.iullesarol Oentlemen. to en (raps
Willi us I.; sell ntver.il I'sefol lloimeholil
Articles. lJrolll luriro I.a'.ior I Ilifht.
F.kIiisivo territory Riven. No eonipetltlon.
Tcrrui lihcml. CirenlnrH KRKR. Addresa
Hewitt Mauufucfjc Co., ltox wis, rilthburirh, Pa.
SwrnditU Iiuect Powder Kills
RSfl T ATS
AJID ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
I will tl'.'ifoiurhlycTtcrmltmto Roache. Anta,
Ik'd l;uj;, I'le:i, l-lci.'.Tolinfeo ami t.'otton Worm,
Moil., e1,:. It inkfc, fiiro, cleanly and cheap. It
will n'jt tiison a.ii;diil!i or fowl. Sample park
iit'cn by mini 9 Wi'a. pOht nld. Ptnnu.a Ukell.
Circoliirn tri e. Aireotn W.mted. Ad Ireas,
J. li. JOHN'S ;'UN. I ittsborgh. Pat.
gof all kinda for salo very cheap.
(uaiaioguos rreo. Aibirtus, richarb
HL'LL I Ca Box CCS, ruubnrgh, Pa.
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