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HIE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terim t Surionption.
Pit KB OP I'OHTifi:
Dally oneyi ar byearrier $13 On
Ci per cunt discount It paid in advance,)
Dully, one year y mull I"'"'
Only, oiid month .... 1 00
Weekly, ono year 8
WeulV.'fl tllrtlltlia 1 "0
Itr-Clube of flvii or more for Wuekly Bulletin at
onetime, pur yntr, fl fsi
INVAIUAHLV IN AIIVANCI.
All Commuuicaliona should be addrrascd to
K. A. HUHNKTT,
Publisher and I'ronrlotor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. IMs for the
LSire of this diaeaae and it a attundanta,
SICK-HEADACHE. BILIOUSNESS, DYS
FEPSIA, CONSTIPATIOH, PILESeto., that
XDTT'8 PILLS "Have gained a world-wide
rputation,Ko KemedyJiaii ever been
discovered thata:U bo gently bnTthe
diKestive brkHnTk ving them vigor to aal
Bimilate food.Afa natural result, tho
Nervous "Byatom ia liraoed, the Muaclei
re Developed, and the Body Robust.
Olxills caixcl Povor.
B. kiv AIj, a. Planter at llnyoo Bars, La., aara :
My plantation la In maisrlnl district. For
avara.1 yeara 1 oould not make half a orop on
account of bllloua rtlaeasea and clillla. I was
cnrly dlseouragad whon I bogan the uaa of
TUTT S PILLS. Th roault wn marynloua:
my laborara aoon barama hearty and robuat,
acd 1 hm bad do further troubla.
tlir lllitwd from xilM,nua humors, ami
rauw ! huHrli U mrt nalm-nllr, at til),
on I hi i'h no our ran frrl well.
Try llila mnJy fnlrly, ami you will tain
at healthy IHirratliin, Vtf.truua ft.Mlr.Pura
ItliMMl, MroiiK Krrvra, Kitfl) . ml t.lter.
Frio. KM enla. Oltlre, HA nut-nty ML, . ,
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ill v If aih i t Wictsi: khi rhanifixl to a 'utsv
ril.A'K liy a single S jll-ttt ri of this DVK. II
lull' i-ts a tuitnr.il color, alet arts lriluutane..iity,
fro I t.v liniKKisUi, or wml ly exprtna ou reeelpt
Cif oi' JhilUr,
Oftioe, OH Murray Street, New York.
(Dr. Ti ll' Jf.4.tl At. oafuablx
inorniaNan and I mrfui HtTripIt I
rll be mailed FEE! avvltoafion.
Hop Ilittors are the Purest aul Hest
Hitters over Made.
Tlify are compoiinilutl from Hope, Mult,
Hucliii, Mandrake and I) .indfloin tlie old
est and lie-it, an I most valuibl'! medicine
in Hi (j world, mul cuutain all tlie bent and
most curntivc properties f nil other rum
urties, Wing ttio greatest Plivnl Purifier,
Liver Iteulator, aud Life aii'l Health lie
storing Aent on earth. Xo ilis!isor ill
health Crtii jvissildy lontr exist where these
Hitters are Used, so varied and perhct are
Tliey k'ive ueiv life and vigor to the aged
and intirui. To ail whose employment-
cmsu irregularity of the b-iwels or urinary
org-tn", or r juire an apetiz r, Topic and
luil 1 Stiiiml ml Hop I Jitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and Bt. inula
tinu', wit limit intoxicating.
No ni itter what your feelings or (ytnp
tmns 'tre, what the disea.'o or ailment is
in, u-vt; Hop Hitters. I)i n't wait until you
are sick, but if you only feel bad
or tni.-ertble, me Hop Bitters at
once. It inav save your life.
Hmidr.-d have been saved by so doing.
"i00 will be pud f r a case tiny will not
cure or lulp.
D i not ulf;r or let your fri'-n i-f suffer,
hut tin- an 1 urg! tli-m to u,c IT ; Hitters.
Keuieinber. Hop Hitters is no vi'.e.diuggeg
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Hest Medicine ever nnd:; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should he without them. Try tV Hitters
S3 V WOMAN,
iLYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Nnre Cure for ell FEMALE
NKKSKS, lnrludlng I.riieorrli(rn, li
K-Hiilar anil I'alnful Icnaininllfln,
Inlliiiiinintloii oikI Morrill Ion of
the Womb, l'loodhiu, PKO
LAP8I H l'TEItl. iVe.
fTPlKBHinit lo the taste, etili-aciiiiia ami Immmflafa
lu lu cfTi'ft, It l nrrcnt help lu pri-irnanpy, and ra-Ui-c
palu dill-inn Mior nml at r.-inilar perloda,
IMItsll UNS I'HE IT M rntst RIIIK IT Htl.l lt.
rrPoH AtAWMWiwi'M of thtitonnratlTO onrana
of elthi-r in, It litnot oml to no Miinlythataliai pvi-i
Iwn heforo the publlui ami for oil Mmwwii of tha
KiDitma it in thu Omifrtl Hernial V in tho H'orM.
tV K 1 1 K Y C'OSI P I.A INTM of Kllhrr 8e
l'lnd Jrcat nellefln Its I'ae.
i,vni r.i'iNKHAM S iiuion rrurriKR
Will ira.lh-nl. every tw'IIij of IIiiiiioih finm lha
IHiMxt, al the iiainc Him will irlve f nno atiil rtri'iiifth to
tlmnyati-i". Amnarirellouiiiu rwulUMllioCompuuniL
trDotlltliePoniponnctanrt Itlood Purlfli-r are pre.
narod at 103 and M WiwU-nt A-uue, Lynn, Miwa.
Prlrnofolllier.tl. Blxliottlrfrrk The Compound
It nut by mail In the form of pllln, or of loiMDirei", on,
receipt of price, l P'r '! f"r rlthcr. Mm. Plnkliara
freely annwom all lett.-riof Inquiry. Enclom I cent
lamp. Bend for painphM JfenKoa (an Payrr.
t,.. n ri.iua' I.itk nu.S rm-e Conntlpa.
llXTiffif-nea. on" '"rpl-ilty of Uer. tt NUk
trtoA by oil lrugglaU.- (a)
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,iT.'m.
fatmiaajai m n r$ rhrml.la anil Snla Vnfi't nf
mk,. WOtHARRIS' PASTILLE REMEDY
loiina Ufa and ellura who luRrr
M'aV-a-fllaW; lomNcroui aad I'liy.loal D.bll.
0&ffiM'W lit. Pranaian Kikaattlaa and
llaw iiar li MaaaaBaBaaaal ,r, qurai i v anl riitli-allj urjd.
Tin Hi-mivlt Ii fmt up In bnin. fta, 1 (l.'llni monihl. I.
He. I (inelif h u .npt a nura. unleii In a.v.ria.i.l f ft l He. I
VI ''! ' I their nanr ilonmy enuwiiiranet,
(luilni ilim nmitho, (1. H.nl lit null In plain riiin.
Iilree iloni for l'.lnf amoupaay ea.a Hns. ramhlt ntu rl
blug Itla dlnaM aud mU al gura mui Haled a appaitUoB.
IP La! a 3
iiwp.ih im. iii.ii. 1 1 ii ii i ma
health of womaiA
Is THE HOPE Of
ricading a Dog Om,
"Oh, yes, 1 am in the nauth al lirM
just now," said the ctiptiiin of n llshing
bout on thu wharf of Now London tho
othor day.; ''but I'm sort of 11 Jiiek-al-nll-lntdi's.
I own a lish faetory and it
dozen boats; I tun a licensed ii'ilot; Pvu
been in tho puieral aHscmbly of tint
.State of New York, ami I'm not a had
lawyer. Do you sen that big black nig
per down there on the stern of my boat?
You do? Well, his name is Jim. He's
my best hand. Not long ago 1 was go
ing up (he street of the little town where
my lish faetory is, over on the island,
and 1 saw Jim leading u black and tan
dog by u siring. I knew the dog, it be
longed to Jake Styles, who lived not far
from my fish factory, and it had barked
at mo every week, if not every day of
its life. The day but one afterwards
Jim sent for me in great distress. He
had been niT-.ied for stealing .styles'
dog. I went down to the lock-up, "mid
"This is a pretty go, Jim. I hid need
ingyoti the worst way. We are going
to have splendid weather, and the ImaM
are nil going out to-night. Who have
you got to defend you?"
"No one," said Jim, dolefully. "I've
no money. They'll jug me, tor Stylos
has engaged Fxjuiru Hrown."
Now 1 had a grudge against Hrown
that 1 wanted to cross out, so 1 said:
"Haven't you live friends that will
swear that you was over at New Lon
don, at it wedding, the day before es
lenlav, and so couldn't have seen the
dog at all?''
"No trouble about that," said Jim.
So, when the case was called, I gut up
'I.iy it please your honor, I am not
a lawyer, but I am here in behalf of
this poor unfortunate fellow, and I trust
you will take no exceptions, for anv one
can try a dog ca-e." I waited a little,
and then I .-aid:
"I propose to prove to vour honor
that Jim was not in town the day tier
Styles chillis li ire dog was stolen."
llieieuputi I called the hve witlie.-f.es.
They all told the same straight story,
and its the la-t one left the stand liie
"J Ins case Is dismissed, and Jim
started off with his wife and children
and comrades in high glee. Just as
some of l he bystanders were conirratu-
lating me upon my success and advis
ing iik: to join the bar, I called to Jim,
who was going down the steps, and 1
"Look here, vou black rascal, jjo and
get that dog and bring it back to Styles
at once, and I will stand the racket,
Jim dirtied, rolling up his eyes in dis
may. "None of that," said I. "I saw you
lead oil' the doir. I want to see you
leading it back right nway."
Hrown. the opposing counsel, was on
his feet in a minute, bis face while as a
sheet, but before he could speak, 1 said:
"Jim was very fortunate in his wit
nesses. Had he called me my testimony
would have convicted him at once. 1
think wc are even now, Mr. Hrown;
"(iooiI day, sir, said Urown. nut he
was mad enough to drown me, and that
was natural enough; a fellow don't like
to have another get the better of him.
I don't myself.
White muslin dresses are embroidered
all over both bodice and skirt.
Kedingotes reipiire tho broad-brim-mcl
Directoiro hats to lie in keeping.
Spotted foulard neckties of dark col
or, with the dots in contrast, are worn
with morning toilets.
Laces, lived in all the fashionable
shades of colors, are seen upon costly
imported bonnets and round hats.
Pink is a color that promises to rage
this season in every grade of dress goods.
There are so many shades of this popu
lar hue that every taste can be stud
led. For evening, feather tips arranged in
the hair and upon the corsage, fastened
in place by diamond pins or brooches,
are worn with full-dress toilets.
Crinoline grows in favor with English
women, but meets with no success with
Parisians. American ladies content
themselves with very small tournures.
"Crushed-strawberry" red and rasp
berry pink are the fashionable colors
for the gingham dresses worn by brun
ettes. They are trimmed with white
The turban-shaped toque is essential
ly the traveling hat of the season. It
is very often made of the material
matching the dress, or of fine straw,
trimmed simply with a twisted scarf of
figured surah, or bright-colored pheas
ant's feathers, laid smoothly over the
For tall and slender young Indies is
the new French mantelet cut in exceed
ingly graceful curves, and trimmed
around with a feathery rucho bordering
of fringed silk. These wraps are made
of black brocaded trauzc, the figures
being of raised (.lowers of velvet or che
nille. For elegance, economy, and variety,
no dress will so certainly combine these
excellent otialities as "one of velvet,
made walking length, with close-litting
bodice, and plain, niche-trimmed skirt.
This rich dress is a foundation for man v
changes, and the coining Summtir vel
vet, skirts will be worn throughout the
season, with over-dresses, tunics and
bodices, coat basiiucs and panniers,
made of every description of goods.froin
the dnintiesl-tinted India mull to the
richest of satin and brocade. Skirts
nre now made of the new English brand
of velveteen, which it is aliiio.st impossi
ble to distinguish from real silk velvet,
This new fabrio is ns far removed from
tho tawdry velveteen of days past as the
old cotton laces are from the cMpiimle
ly-vvrought pal terns of to-day.
The following ii a vernal im copy oi a
"bill of (he pliiv, picked no mi tli
streets of Havana. III., the nutbnrsldii
of which is Hiiributed to some of tin; lit
tle misses ot the town; "T!:c(iiv:il Thea
ter At lr. llMrpham's barn, Sa'iirday
afternoon. Doors -in-ti at. - o clock
Noyjne aloud niter hull past Ailmis
nioii 5 pin:'. Ice walcr and candy, 10
pins. Fans, I pins, The nclors are
Oscar Wilde, Miss Adelitm Pnlti, Miss
Neilson. and little Eva. Usher, Miss
Marv Aniler.joii. No bov aloud
the bills tire not handed in at the door
you aro not admitted. 4 pins to sue tho
nigger show alter I lie theater.
The whole of our life depends upon
the persona wuii wuoj we live laiuu-
CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MQIININU, AUGUST 10, 1882.
Brlsflit'8 Dlneascs, Diabetes, Kidney
Liver or iTinary Diseases.
II iivo no fear of any of these diseases if
you use Hop Hitters, as they will prevent
and euro the worse cases, even when you
have been made worse by hoiiio great pulled
up pretended cure.
The Hoston Travi lkr, in commenting
on the prevalence of rudeness, tells tha
following incident that happened some
There was a plainly dressed, elderly
lady who was a frequent customer at the
then leading dry goods house in Hoston.
No ono in the store knew her even by
name. All the clerks but one avoided
hijr, and gave their attention to. those
vvno were better dressed and more pre
tentious. The exception was a young
man who had a conscientious regard for
duty and system. He never left another
cusioiucr to wait on the lady, but when
at, liberty he wailed on lier with as
much attention as if she had been a
This eontinued-a year of two.'till tho
young man became of age. One morn,
ing thu lady approached the young man,
when tho following conversation took
Lady "Young man, do you wish to
go into business for votirsclf?"
"Yes, nia' tun." lie replied, "but I
halo neither money, credit norfriends."
"Well," continued tho holy, "you go
and select a good situation. nsk what
tin? rent is, iiiiil report to ine," handing
the young man her address.
The young man found a splendid lo
cation and a good store; but the land
lord required .security, which he could
not give. Mindful of' the lady's request,
he forthwith went lo her and reported.
"Well," she replied, "you go and tell
Mr. that I will be responsible."
He went, and the landlord or agent
was much surprised, but the bargain
The net day the lady again called to
ascertain the result. The voting man
told her, but added:
"What am 1 to do for goods? No one
will trust me."
"You may go and see Mr. , find
Mr. , and Mr. , and tell them
to call on me."'
He did so, and his store was soon
stocked with the best in the market.
There are many in this citv who remem
ber the circumstances amf the man. He
died many years ago, and left a fortune
of .;j,M(i'.0(M. So much for politeness,
so much for treating one's elders with
the deference due to iigc, in whatever
garb they are clothed.
Too Cood a Talker.
Scene: A small lawn on Seneca street.
Time: Noon. Personages: A parrot
Minning itself on a perch beside its open
cage-door, iind a strange dog wander
ing upon the lawn. The parrot speaks
first: "Sick! sick! .sick him'.'' The dog,
with eat and tail erect, looks about 'for
something on which to charge; he es.
pies the parrot, and an exciting scene
ensues. From out tin; confused mass
of dog-hair and parrot feathers comes
the shrill cry, "(Jet out! l -n you, get
oid!" Dog breaks for street. " Parrot,
after looking at herself from head to
foot, gravely exclaims: "Polly, you
talk loo much." Cli fi I'uirc.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Ilnny W. Schuh's,
for a trisl bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Hron-
chitis. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
atlection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling tit above Drug Store. (4)
0 Personal! To lien Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro.
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicanco on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc aillictcd with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. H. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, if I. o for f. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Noting the effects.
H. Gibbs, or Buffalo, N. Y., writes:,
"Hearing your Burdock Blood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their effects, and find that in chronic
diseases of tho blood, liver and kidneys,
your bitters have been singularly marked
with success. I have used them myself
with thu best results, Cor torpidity of tho
liver; and in the casoof a friend of mine
suffering from dropsy, tho effect was m tr
vtlous. P. G. Schuh, Agt.
J.vcon Mautzoi.k, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you ncotniuand it; myself,
wife, mid children have all used it, and
veu can't find a healthier family in New
York state Oct. 5, 1880. price fiO cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. P. G. Hchuh, Agt.
K Short Road to JIeatt.li.
To all who are suffering from boils, ul
cers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other obsti
nate diseases ot the iilood and skin, a
course of Burdock Blood Hitters will ho
found to bo a short road to health. Price
fi, 00. Paul 0. echtih, Agent.
Neds of Down Feel Hard.
All bods seems hard to tho rheumatic.
Then hearken ye peevish sffucrs! Apply
Dr, Thomas' Edertrio Oil to your aching
Joints and muscles. Holy upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
least, is tho testimony of those who have
used it. Hie reineedy is likewise sue
ressl'ully resorted to for throat and lung
disease, Bprams, bruises, etc.
Paul G. Hchuh, Agent.
Over 200,000 IIowo scale havo boon sold,
and tho demand increasing continually
Borden, Scl leek & Co., aecuts, St. Louis.
Both Lydiu E. Pinklmm'g Vegetablo
Compound and Dlood Purifier are prepared
Bt 2o3 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn
Mass. Pr.co of either, Six bottles for
$3. Sent by mail in the form of pilla? or
of lo.engcu, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinklo.ni freely answers
rdl letters of inquiry. Enclose 8c. stamp,
bend tor "Guide lo Health and Nerve
A 0001) HAUOAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
in Tub uuixtm Huilding, which is now
oflcrcd for mle on easy teiins, ong time
and low rutu of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consiats of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x(i0 and a
two story 1() x 41. His a frontage of r)
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, ttc, in the 2 story buildinjr
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollice, or Jot n II Obcrly, Bloom
Indian Blood Syrup.
-"--Sir r- r
Iivspcpsiii, l,iv.r Pis-eiim-N.
Krver ami Akiih
Hllf lllllllti-lll, I M ojist ,
lb-art Mst-iise, Hiliiins-nt-sH,
THE I! EST REMEDY KX0WX 10 MAN!
1 welve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
l hie svrnp pm.'Mii vanea nrnperlii-a:
ulatea the ptyallne in the aallva, which converts
the atarcQ and uuar of the food In'.o elacexa. A
deficiency in plyaline canee wind arid euuriu of
the food In the atouiacb. If the medicine .awn
It acts upon the Liver,
It arts tipon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Rowels,
It rurlfies the Rlood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It rriiniotes ingestion,
It Nourishes, Stn-iiKtiii-ns Kiel Invigorates,
It Carries elf the Old Wood ami makes New
It Oju'iis th Peres of tli Skin ami 1 winces
It neutrallr.ei the liemlitsry liunl, or i.ni.on in
the hlood, whh-h 'nuratea erofuln, KrvHiprlim,
ami an manner ul moii 1'iHcast-e nun ttiierunl l.il
There are no auirita employed lu Ita man n fact uro
and It (an he Uk.-n by the niiiKt delicate hahe.or hy
tne i;en ani iwr.ie, care only Ihmiih required lu at
tuull n lu direct one.
(laivu, Henry County, Ilia.
1 waMiifler'nit from Sick Headache and jVr.zl-
nea ao that I could not attend to my noun-hold flu-
tlea. and a nhort trial nf Dr. Clark JuliUKon'a Indi
an Iilood Syrup euVciimllv rim-d me.
AIK3 tibi.Ka ju-russ.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
Thl 1 to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon's Indian
Blood Syrup ha cured mc of l'aln in thu Hack. Ii
Is a valuable medicine. Mils WOOD.
Centre nill, White Co, Ark.
Thin li to certify that I wua aflllrte.il with Palpi
tntlnn ill' the Heart for mauv veara I tried dilV.-r-
eiit doctors. whoe iracriptloiia tended mure to
weaken nie than tie-y nei to uri-tiiruieii. i a. met
rea lve.t to try Dr. Clark Jolinaon's lndiau llluod
Syiup. which proved lo ho a poaliivu cure not on
ly ciirltiL' tho Heart Diveaee, hut alo a Sick llead
nch which bad beeu IrouMlin me.
MHIS .MARY A. NKAL,.
I wan afflicted with Liter Complaint jind Dyspep
ala and failed to get relief, althori;li lining nunll
cluea from our heat doctor 1 commenced iixlnit
Dr. .lohnion'a Indian Iilood Hvriip. and schorl trial
cured me. T. W. KfStNO. Mollne, III.
Thl certified that Dr. Clark .Inhnaon'a Indian
Wood Syrup baa effectually cuu-d me of Dyapnpaia.
Too much cannot he anld In tiralae o'' It.
W. B. vyiMMt.lt, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for tho aale of tho Indian Iilood
Byrnp in every towu or villus. In which I have no
afctit. rarttcuUra ((Iveii ou appllcittlou
DHU(ilsr BELL IT.
Laliraton T. Weal 3d at,. N, X City.
JOTICE TO CONTltACTORS.
CllyClerk'aofllc.e. Cairo, HI , Atl.S, ISS '
Sealed proposal will tie r relvi-d at tliisofllco
dlrecte-1 to the div coutn:ll, of tlie city of Cairo
until ne-etlnir of the e.liy council Monday evenli.K
Auu'iixt 11 Ii, ISSJ for furnlshum the liiiit.-rliil uiel
dolint the work or dolnu ihe work necess ry tor
the reC instruclloii ot the followlnuslileivnlkH, to b-
constructed of wood, viz: ' ti tho west aide of
Commercial avenue, between Stub iind.l.'nd street a.
The contractors to use all old malarial lit for lixe.
A irood ami aulllclent Imnd for twice the buhiiiui of
bid must accompany hid, The work to hn done to
Ihesailsfictlon of the com mil tea on streets. Tho
rlL'Ut to reject auv or all l.lda resi-rv d by the city,
D. J. FOLK i', City Clerk.
injcui-iun, laapoaltlvei oura for at I Ulachnrirea,
BunHliiK, oiartliiW and Pnlnnii Beuantioua ol ilia
ff I Of) Psr but-llo, Foranln hy all ilnur
v slata. or aunt by Kxprea on ro
celpt ol' pi li-i, JOHN D, PAIlK lt BON8I,
17ft and! 77 Byeninora Bt. C1NC1NN AT l,
0U1O, flonae mouUon tlila pupor. ar
Koranlohy HAKCLAY llHOi., Cairo, III.
TIioh .Insii iiii; lo iiiuke money
(Ml anui.lt iiii-l iiieilliuu liiveHtliients
ill I'I'lllll. pI'OVIHlnlia ini'l htoc k
hi -. ii In I i.i i h, eiili .In so liy oper
lilmu mi mil-plini, 1-1- 'lit May 1st,
ls.s, t" tlie iriHon, .Into, oil tu
Vri,tiliuiit.s id I ll.llil lo 1 ,1'llU, ciihIi
pi'ollt: hn V- lie. Ml riiiilliteil nil' I
jnil I to Inventor I) I iKMiiil i nu to
several ttieni tiiooneiiml invest
ment, Mill It-ttx Ina llii'ui'iiiiiiiil In
Veatmi'iit liiiildim liinlie.v or pay
nlilo on ileiiiiiiiil. Kxplniintory en--euliirs
nipl stall meiita ef fund V
sent free!. We want iesunihli
iiweiits, who will report on i-rops
nml iiitrotliica tho plan. I.ibt'iul
ronniiiaainiia paid. Address,
FI.KMMIMi Ai MKIlllMt,f,",
mlaalnn Merthaat, MJr ItlH'k
fco "J1? v L I
PENNS VLVANIA Military ACADEMY
(IliKsTKIl. Slat year opeua Heptt-inher Huh.
yNuw llullrrhK. Supurior accoiuinodiitloiM.
Arpolntmeuta coinphio. KiiRllah, Colligate,
Cheinlu-al, Civil EnifinuerlPK c.o iraea. Daureea
Conlurred. Apply to VV. I. Hallldav. Kan., patron
Cairo, HI,, or to COL. TUKO. II V ATT, l'reat.
Indiana Ashury University.
I. Collii of Llteraliire and Arts, To courp.ea
-Claaaical and I'll I OMiphhul.
II. Theological i oiir-o. Instruction by tho prea
Idcnt and four profeaorH.
III. Law L'ourxo. I nel ruction hy three profex
ora, IV. Military Department, under cbarijo of United
Hi atea oilier.
V. l'r -puratory school. Six aklllful and experi
Tuition fron. Lndlea and gentlemen admitted.
Lo -11111111 healthy. Kir.'t term heylnii Hept. Pi.
A iply for r-utiili)(;ue lo
ALKXAN )KK MARTIN, I.L.D.. I'rea't.
TOTK F. TO CONTKAC'f OI!S.
C'I'y Ch rk's o'llc, , Cairo, III.. July 31m, 18S-J.
fiouled propoxaia will lie received at thla ollice,
directed to the city council of tho city of Cairo un
til meetmK of thucouncil, Monday evunlnif, Aau'imt
I lib, Iss;, fur furulshlim the material and dolni;
the v.irk, o- doiuir the work nce(o.ry for thu t
conxliuclion oi the following aldewalkx, to he ron
ati uctrd of wood, vl,: On the eaMt aide of Wal
nut ctreet, between F-iurteenth an 1 Fifteenth
aliei-ta. A cood nml aiiltlelent bond for twice the
amount nmt a-coinmny all propoaitlona. The
work lo he dune l- the aatiafac ion of tho commit
tee on at met a. The rijtht to rel ctanv aii'l all hide
ruaerved hy tho c tv. 1). ,f. FoLKV,'Clt Clerk.
O'iiCK TO CON rilACTORS.
City Clerk's olhV?. (.'al o, III , .lolv- ytsit. 1,-sSj.
Sealed liropo-ilrt will he received at tlila ollice
dir cteil 'o the eily council . if thu city ol Calr",
until meet in if of council. .M .iiday evenlne, An
Bsl Hth, Iss-J, for I'uriiiHhli'it tho nutenal and
d -ine the won,, or d dun iba work, necessary tor
the reconstruction of the fellowing aldewaik. T-i
he ruconstriii-ied or wood, via: On tho westerly
aide of Walnut street, between llth andlllh
str '. and on the e-.i ilhn-ly side of Mh street
running i:hi f et west.-rly from Washirirton avenue.
I .) lie i oiiHiMet.-: ot lirick. viz: Ou the southerly
t-l'e nl Mil street run nine -iV. fet westwa'dW from
Walnuts re.-t A provided hv ordinance No. 7S,
iipproveil Niivein'e-r (nl, lsSl, which ou til-t in
th.e mtlce and hi'"J ct t.i evaniiiiiitiiin at any time.
A iroiid aad siifllcient Sond fur tvrlcu thu amount
must :ic..oinpiiuy all proios:lluua The rlu'it to
reject Hiiy and all hidi r -se veil bv thu . Itv.
o. .1 r "LbY.Ciiy Clerk.
(! RAY'S SPEflKIC MEDICINE.
TRADE NURs.'. The Oreat Kn-
lish remedy. An
unlnlliiii; cure for
spt-rmaton hea. im
poteuc. cid all
dlsea-es Unit folow
li a a sequence
or seir-almsi.-; aa.;.
loss oi inemorv. v.yT
universal i-issitiictiM r, ... rp,,
I'Rlu 'n the hack,
u. ..iii n hi wsion, premanire old ai;e, and many
other diai it-us thai lead to insanity, consumption
ur a preinnture crave.
try Hull artlt-ilam In our pamphlet, which we
deaire to send free bv mall to evervone. rlrThe
Specll'ic MeUich.e ts sold hv all druuists at l per
piicKime, r six pncli-tua-e for $5. or will be sent free
bv mini on recui pt of tlie motiev, bv addresslnc
THU OKAY MKDICINR CO.,
ItcrrA t.c, N . Y
On acceiiiit of counterfoils, we have a lopled thu
i el'ow rapper; the onlv p-uulne. Ouaiuiitces
ol cure Issued
., , Sold In Cairo by I. U. HCIU'H.
wholesale Altents, M-ur'Sou, I'liiiuher Jt Vo.,
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance! are tent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YCUNQ OR OLD.
iril() are suirerlntf from Nkhvoi-s nrno.rrv,
T Lost Vitality, I.ai-k or N'kkvi Koiu a and
VioiiB, Wastino W KAKNhshKs, nml nil tluwe itmeasea
of a 1'krhonal Natiikk resiilliiitf from Aneata and
OTima i-ai w-s. S(-.-.ly r.-h.-f mi.i ooi.io reto-
rotl.mot IIBAI TR.V UIOHIIllii MAVIIiKIIIOI-AllANlKKn.
The le'iUKl.'U illneuverv nf I he Nineteenth I', ntiiry.
Semi at .mee fur IlliailraleJ Cainnlilei fuw. AiMn-M
VOLTAIC BELTGO., MARSKALL. MICH.
The Best Known Remedy for
Dackacho or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Sovoro Achesor Pains
Are (Superior lo all oilier I'laatera.
Are Superior to Pod.
Are (Superior fo I.lniuienta.
Are Superior lo Ointment or Ralvea.
Arcauperlor to Klectrlclty orgalvaniam
They Art Immediately.
Tliry Relievo Pnln nt Once.
They I'oaliively ('lire.
Renson 'a Cnpclna rnrona Pla.
lera nave ut
(era have been Imitated. Do
our druggist to
lavine a aimilar
enina other plaster bavinc
Heo that the word la spelled
rnro to is,
SEABUHT A JOHNSON, .
MhiiiiIiu turjiitf Cliemisls,J4evr York.
jTSiilfK IIKMKIIV AT I. ANT. Prlra vjw;
AtllAU'SMcdlrattdCORN and BUNION PIASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS I
A K K
, and will completely ehaiiK" tha liloml In the an
atom III threiiiiionOia, Aiiyparauhowilltaka
oaeh nitfllttmin 1 to ISweakamar b reslnrad
toanuml Health, If siion ainin lis imaailil. Bulil T
ryahern, or aant by mail for M latter utamp I. fl.
Johsiiuh Co., Bustun, Maaa., tututailjr tlaocor, Ma
EI RICH BLOOD!
vatiire'a Sparkling .peeiflo for indlcation and
Hllioiisnesa, ihu wilier of i la lanioua Seltzer Hpa,
Is duplicated iii a mo enl with a epoonlal of 'lar
rant's Soluer Ai'i-ru nt, wlilch couialus eery val
nulile elemui l of the oeriiinii Spriuu. The ureal-e-t
physie. ansof hirop prohoiiuca that freu gift
of l'rovldencu ilie most potent of all snowu alter
at ves, and Its fac simile, fresh and foamlug,!.. now
placed within the roach of eveiy Invalid of tho
BOLD HY ALL DRLT.C.ISjrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!.'!
ADJTSTABI.KiiikI I'OliTAIil K, for stores and
Can chanuo spat e hi tweeii the aVelve lu u mo-tu-Tt.
No trouhla to put up. None lo take down.
Write for descriptive circulars . prle, lists, Jfcc.
Address: I'ATKNT SIIKLVINO CO.,
:1H W.MndlHoii St. Cnldin. 111.
YOUYfa MVX Hy"! w mil tot earn Teh-irra.
vua1 ah i.n phv In ii lew mouths, and he
certain of a sllimtlon, uddress Valitiitlno Drothore.
Janesville, v'. la.
A DVER 1'lSKHsi h.ihI fur our select lis) of local
thepnp!r, Oeo. 1'. Itowoll i Co. 1.1 Spruce St,
NKW AU V f KTISEME NTs.
uliilnK ,l't' Horlii t tiuitl ( it lot tlm
jumoI Svtoi.ns, r:nii t, i-it, l. tier, OM St.ros,
mrr ru1', Mcr. iiiml ItUcnA.-n, TjMrrli I.imi of
Aiiiii tVniittc Cmuntilui tni ,n, tild
Mll-fll. It nr-rr UiU. All (Iru.iu and
couuir.T More k-fi-rrj wil l n. K Nfllrr
. r 1 - .all
Cli!is'itiTHtho Mniv-t tii.iiiiM.r' ruukniu nviilHr Hi"ialiltf
pruiiufruiii lu vim nit ntini tliitnf KKKiitr ui'imihntiittr int
he tl ineiolH-ruem tlieU-ii.-tluil i-i,ioliinsi rnpiiiiluf the
Chili. 10 lo inn per eeni. ti.vlileteU im,.) lit, m hlv. lt
)K.rtHof i.ienitloiiK sent iiu-h iuemlT, Rlno.s. Iiutu:h,
riihvin .li-.e, noiuiwalile, irno-ierulite. A relialileeiir
rrionileiit wanteit in every town. S.-ei:l iniite-i-tiienta.
Knieiniiiorv t.'irrnlnr tent tree. Addn-- li. K. KknuaU.
it Co., in ti i:i)LaSiille!5iClliOAiiO, 111.
r,y Nerve Restorer
siT- . nil llli UN AND N'tava
Dinrs. i)nu m in; ito mil Ni.avc Arrto
it.is-..t is,i:ni.i;i MV.i:te I N FA l.l.I III. E iftaksn
triu tii.ttle In- to Ml I si-i.,th-'V enymi; i-Tpn,p
rci'li-il. A .f e.. ,,;( r lrliinj'n tr. 'I refttll, k.
f --i.'liri'-i.iiii Im.x.wIh-ii riifl.'iv.nl. SpiiiI lifili...-n.l-.O.nn,l
yfA ir. .Uil.i.-..( allli.-l. il to im h MM. '.HI Atuh
6aaSi.1l'hill"la.-e" lru"ffi..i. Vlnriir- l ruuU4.
Or EVERT KIND CHEAfEB THAN EVER.
Bides, Shot (iima, Kevolvera, Ainniunltlou.
Fishiiifr TiK-kle, Minea, Neta, Kiiivea.
H.i.ors,Sknlea, llnmnioeka, etc.
Llire llluhtratotl Catnlo;u t'HEE.
yV, 11 1-oata
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladies anil C.i-ntlemen, toen(fag
Willi lis to si'U Ri'Venil Taefnl lloiiaehold
Article,, l'roflta liircre I.n'.mr la liRht.
lixel iMve territory Riven. No cnmpetitlon.
Terms liberal. Circulars KKI-'.K. Addn-wi
UeirJtl Manufacl'g Co., Hot SIIH, I'lttsburfrh.Pt.
Swedisli Iusoot Powder Killa
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thoroughly exiertnlnate Roaches, Ants,
Red Iiiiks, Ileus, LicCiTol'iiivnund Cotton Worms,
Moth, etc. It In wife, sure, cleii nly ami cheap. It
will not poison a ut inn Is or fowls. Sample pack-ini'-s
liy mail S) cents, post-put. 1. Ptampa taken.
Clreulni-a fne. .'.c-ois Wnnteil. Arldreas,
J. It. JOHNSl'ON, Flttabtirgh. Pa.
Mof all kinds for sale vory cheap.
in catalogues rreo. Amtresa, richaho
1 1 HULL i CO. Box 80C, I'ltkhurgh, Pa.
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