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INVAKIAHLY IN AllVANI'l.
All Communications should in, addressed to
K. A. HITKNKTT,
Dr. K. Willimiis js a Ciiieiiin:iti pliy
sician i if liih local ri'iit:itiuii. Ho
inuveil liis iillin-s. mill tin' vmitteil ones
wen- titken liy :i i'. W. Williitins, who
pill (Hit il lVir M'll, Itllil ll'lveitisell cx-
tcn.sively Kimiily :h "Dr. Williams," thus
Iirolitiiijr by tin' fame of liis ireili'eessor.
r. K. Williams nilililn's a can I to ay
'that "no (li'ocnt tlncl'ir ever ailvertiseil
liis pnifcssiun;' itlsn niuioiini-in his
holfinii ciiiiviciinii that, 'such thieves
would never get to heaven. In trying
tu clinil) up Hiniii other way the oiiiml
ian iiiijrH of the ramparts' of I'anuliMj
w ill chop oir their Moo.ly ami mercenary
tinkers and drop them into the bottom
1hs jit to seethe forever in the healing
vapors of their infallible nostrums,"
A Foreign Imitation with a Long Name,
A fa.liion paper nays: "Aromatic
p.niiird cHs'oleUes, or lit lie sacliels t
carry in tin; pocket or hun iinniud the
neck to preserve the wearer from infec
tion, h a London caprice which has not
yet reached America." This fashion pa
per is not reliablo. If the editor had
taken the pains to inquire about the
styles out in this center of civilization
lie would have louii'l mat ca-.iii-tte lias
lieen a cherished institution for ihe last
lortv or in t v years, it is not called a
cassolette, nor is it strictly aromatic,
liein simply a flannel bar Mulled with
nssfo'tida or cannihor, and it is a tritln
worse than any disease, but the orinei-
p!u is the same. The London article i-
ii base iniita'ion, and fclioiild 1;
During the jmst seventeen years Urn
los-.es by lire in San 1" rain-Net) ajrgro
The iiiuiintains (,f Swain county, in
Western North Carolina, are said to be,
of solid marble, red, pink, plaided, and
TLnre are now in VVulie and l'ubuski
futilities. Virginia, lifteen blast furnaces
ena'ed in the making of cold-blast
A complete set of papier macho fur
niture inlaid with niotlier-of -pearl was
inado a tuw tears a;jo for the (Jiu-eu of
A ooniinis.sjon has luen appointed by
the government to go abroad and study
inn iiiosi periect ami laie-a U'lerapn
avstein now in un an as to introduce it
into Mi-xii o.
1 lie i iiai icsion .ir.iini'l ' mirier, as
a jileasin proof of the growl Ii "f h"mo
indii-trics, mentions the IniiMing of a
steamer inn! the construction of all her
machinery in that city.
The .pirit of invention still on tho
inciva-e. The number of applications
for patents this year is much larger than
dnrintr the same period in anv former
llolnM t Coilycr says smoking is some
linii.s excusn'ile; he Mil' ked his tirst ci
ear at the fall of Kielmiotiil, when it was
iucumbent on evervbodv to do some-
Mr. burke, of I.vuns, Iowa, bathed in
turpentine to cure his rheumatism, ami
then lit his pipe. His rheumatism was
cured, and lie i.s now a member of thn
It must be hotter iii Arizona than or
dinary mortals dream of when the Tuc
hoit Star is moved to .say that all ther
mometers should have wire attach
ments for the mercury to run out on.
(Jenenil Hurnside's old army horse, Is
hauling a delivery wagon for'n sewing;
machine company in Indianapolis. It
is a medium-sized chestnut sorrel, and
is about twenty-two years old.
A suit is threatened to test the validi
ty of tho confederate land serin of Tex
ns, upon the ground that the act under
which tho scrip was issued is m viola
tion of (be constitution of the Tinted
When the Pennsylvania railroad shops
in Altixma are in fulloperationtbcvcni
ploy 'J..MH) men and the pay-roll reaches
iyuw,mni per llioiioi, 1 lie rsiiiiwuc'i
value of the Pennsylvania shops ut that
I li II I ...... .......11. I .mill .1.1
point is !;iii,(XM,(MMj.
One of the liirge.strailroad bridges in
thn country is beinu built for tho Adi
rondack railroad across the Sea nilaga
river, nl, Luzerne. It is of wood, the
Howe truss pattern, and I in a span of
102 feet. The ties are being laid 105
feet above the water.
James Kaiu, of Walker eounlv, Ala
baimi. Lred X7, who raised 12 children
to maturity, and has ln: grandchildren
and Iii groat-giundehildron, is still as
lively ns a cricket and fond of talking
A Hrooklvn man who had used all
the arguments that his Ingenuity could
devise to dissuade his son from getting
married, linallv hit upon (inexpedient
that hud the desired cll'ect, He procured
his appointment ns clerk in a. divorce
A Philadelphia paper assorts that wo
are actually firiugliig back to thlseoun
try corneil beef cxporled to Kuropo
from America. It is bought at a cent a
pound nuit'o than was paid for it by llio
loiviglicl's, IIIIU a gnou prvuu- is inane uy
.Inst as n irirl wan about . drown
herself al Athens, Ala., a man caught
her, She struggled, but ho held her
fast. "I'll irive voti tell minutes tothink
it owe " he al,'l. "and If voll then Wtltlt,
o die I'll let. you do It." Vhon that lino
was up he released her, and flit) ipi'icdy
Letter boxen In Knglaml are pain ted
around the apertures with luminous
paint, for the, convenience of people at
lilirht. What i blessing It would ho if
applied areiitiil keyholes, for tho guid
nf pcoieu yho iuo kept out Into ut
A man in North Salem. N. II.. over
forty years of age, w hen told by hi? aged
father that he vt as tired of supportimr
him in Idleness any longer, replied "that
it was mighty hard for a. child to ho
turned out of Imii-c and home, mid Unit
only a hard-hearted person would do
A dog has died in St. AiiLrustino.Fla..
of a In-oken heart. After the death of
Mr. le I aureal, owner of the dog, the
cnninn showed evei v n'coi of evMcni.,
grief, moaning pileously and persistent
ly, refusing to partake of either food or
water. This eonduei wascoiitinned un
til the jioor. nfl'eetioiiate brute died.
A section of an oak tree live or six
inches thick, with a deer's horn directly
through it, was found near Uuincv.
Plumas county, f'al.. a few davs since.
The wood has grown tirmly around thn
horn and incased it as neatly as can be.
It was about twelve feet high in the
Tho latest novelty in minerals, sivs
tho Heno (New) dux-tie, is found intiio
mountains south of the Humboldt hoiire.
It is n pocket of cryslalizedipiarlz. bear
ing silver, gold, lead, and nntiuionv.
The crvstalization seems to be com
plete, and the mineral is very strong
"Tho wolf changes its hair evi rv year.
but remaining a wolf," says a Russian
proverb. Nothing very remarkable
about that. A woman sometimes
changes her hair as often as two or three
times a day, and still remains a woman.
Let the Russians switch off tosoinething
worth mentioning when they want to
been devised to prevent these melan
Ten years ago bananas were almost a
rarity in Iioston, and fifteen years since
bunches of bananas which can imvv be
bought from the wholesale fruit dealer
for from three to live dollars, then
brought from tifteen to twenty dollars.
n American traveler in Knrope
peaks of the tine appearance of tho
manv soldiers. He tinds the hviieh
soldier to be short in stature, nervous in
action, fiuiek in movement, and less
careful in dress than the Hermans and
Italians. The Herman soldiers are lame
and intelligent, and take pride in their
dress and bearing. The Italian soldiers
hlejolllig and fresh-lookillg.
A petition recently addressed to the
Minister of the Interior by the inhabi
tants of the quarter in Paris in which
the Hue de la Paix is situated, represents
that the number of suicides who have
thrown themselves from the too of thi
Vciidonie monument has been alarming
ly on tin; increase of late, h is su
gested that no person should bo allowed
to aseeiiti inn monument until the sum
mit shall have been caged in with iron
oars, or some oilier means snail nave
Persons who have ever been connect
cii wan a newspaper nave experienced
the obituary nuisance, and will appro
ciate this Mt of exaggeration spun by
Charles Caverlv. agent of the Universa-
list Publishing Ilousa; Mr. Caverly was
speaking of the little knowledge clergy
men had of the value of uewspape
space, and among other anecdotes, re
aieu one oi a minister wno nrougni in
about five columns of obituary for hi
deceased w lie, wiiicii lie desired io nave
published. Mr. C. told him ho didn't.
feel that the paper could afford the
space, nor that tlie puiilio nail Jive col
umns of tears for Ills Wife; whereupon
he proceeded to reduce il; but before he
succeeded in getting it in proper shape
and space hi: niurrml ayim.
A HoMon horse ear conductor has
served one company sixteen years
worked ;U: davs every year, traveling
sixty miles each day, and thus ridden
;iuo, Jsi) miles, or morethaif twelve times,
the distance around tho earth, and nev
er "knocked down" a cent. Westmor
land claims a postman wno lias lieen in
the service forty-seven years, and in that
time has ridden 'J12,.'lii0 miles. That
istance is ten times the circumference
of the earth, nearly eight v times the dis
tance from Kngland to America, am
'.'.eii't miles f nit her than from the earth
to the niiMiii. During his service he has
.oiled, earned and delivered IXJO.OOd
To Please Young Lovers.
Two pretty novelties in finger-rings to
no liitiiiil at the principal jewelry store
are very popular among young peoph
in fiudiionablo society. One has a round
selling of small stones, the other three
parallel bars studded with small gem
pretty combinations being preserved
such as tuf'pioisn and pearls, diamond
and rubies, or rubies and emeralds. 1 he
feature of their construction wine
charms the young folks is thai, by
very ingenious device, each setting con
ceals a delicately enameled inscription
which can be kept, hidden or disclosed
ns the wearer desires, ivy pressing an
almost imperceptible point ut .one sido
under tho round setting, a little pinto
slides out to sight with its motto, "Lovo
Never Dies," "lseinemlier this I rut
Heart," "Forever Thine," or something
of that sort. And bv turning the eon
tral bar in the other stylo three Hat sides
are exposed successively, each of which
may near an inscription.
The Old Maiil and the Crying Baby.
Sonic people can never hear children
cry without emotions that do credit lo
their kindness of heart. Tho lamenta
tions of extreme Infancy excite their
sympathy under all circumstances.--
1 hero tiro others whoso sensibilities nro
less human, and who do not hesitate, to
utter even profane speech when ti i.s
tiirhed by tho notes of the little, minstrels
of tho crib ami cradle. An eldorly
spinster lady reproached a mother for
bringing her balie, who was In the early
stages of leothing, whero its fretting
would annoy strangers.
"ion forget," replied tho pious mat
ron, meekly, "that Christ said, Suffer
little children to como unto me, for of
Mich Is tho kingdom of Heaven.' "
"J hat n just it," snappishly ndded tho
spinster; "if your bauv was only in
Heaven, I shouldn't complain." flrnok-
ACharlollo (N. Y.) Ilshernian has
Invented an alarm to denote a bite.
Fastened to the rod Is a hall with it
uprlng attachment, which is coiineclod
with tho main lino by a piece of rubber.
When a bass nibbles at the bait the rub
ber is stretched, loosoping tho spring,
ami firing off n cap, which wakes up
ho iniglcT. This will till a long-ielt
OAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 183.
Narcotics and sedative murder Bleep ; tho
unnatural stupor is Boon followed by ill
thl'its, fchmmons Liver Kegulstor rentoven
tho cause of restlessness and ulecplcssness
by reguluting the bowels, by establishing
good digestion and by quieting" the nerves.
fry it, and you will soon know tho bless-
ngot gnod health and sound sleep.
"I liHve been a great sufferer from dys
pepsia and less of sleep. As noon as I feel
the leasl nervous I take a close of Simmons
Liver Regulator, and sleep all night.
"Mrs. K. Hkvant,
A (ieiieral Stiimpeile,
Never whs Mich a ru'h inado for Riiy
Drug Stoic as is now Rt lhriy W. Sehuh'c,
for atrial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
iVll persons Hfiected with Asthma, nron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
atlection ot tho throat and Lengs, can got
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at abeve Drug Store. (1)
Allen's Bruin Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, sfl. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
harmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Baiclay Bros.
Go to Paul 0. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
lurability of color are uneoualed. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Diroctu cs ic English
and German. Price 15 cents
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of the ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and tho sv li
tem Bbould have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri-
tied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bittttrs are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purett
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W. Schuh. (4)
A Cough, t old or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Aeglect frcqucntl re
sult in an Incurable Lung distfa.se or on-,
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the utomach like cough syjps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers mid
PuMic Speakers are subiect to. Pur thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recoiumeuded by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2 cents a
Escaped from the Toils.
J uo. Hico, L'vp-orie, In I., writes: "Hur-
run Ivar Spring lilossom; it is all you rec
ommend it to be. My dvsrv psia has all
vanished, Why don't you advertise it?
What allowance will you make if I take
a dozzen bottles, so that I could oblige my
mends occasionally? Price oO ceufs,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agt,
Pitcklen's Arnica Salve
The li st Salvo ill the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulceis, Salt Kl.eiim, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures rues. It u guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
rents pr box; tor snlo bv Gko. L
"Sklleh's Livfcii Pills" have been tho
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costlveness, etc., for fifty years.
Dn. Klink's Gkeat Nk.kve Rkstoueb is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All (its stopped free. Send to Dlil Arch
Etreet, Philadelpia, Pa.
Mas. Dikes, or Colfax, Indiana, has i tin
pinpr sore on lmr anklo for two years,
"Limlsey's BlnoJ searcher" cured it.
Personal ! To Men Only!'
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mieli.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Kleetro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Apnlicanco on
trinl for thirty days to tneu (young or old)
who aro nHiicte-d with crvnus Delniity,
Lost Vitality and Manhooil, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy nnd complete
restoration of health ami manly vigor. Ad
dress us above. N. B No rink is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Xotiug the ellects.
K. Cubits, of Buffalo, N. Y writes:
"Hearing your Burdock Blood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I wns induced to watch
their effects, and find tlut in chronic
diseases of tho blood, liver and kidneys
your bitters have been singularly marked
with success. I have used them mv'Relf
with the best results, for torpidity of tho
liver; nnd in the caso of a friend of mine
suffering from dropsy, thn elFuct w is mar
velous. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
J.conMAHTZ'ii.F, of Lmcaster, N. Y.,
says your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you reconimjnd it; myself,
wife, nnd children Imvo all used it, nmi
you can't find a healthier family in New
York state Oct. 5, 1880. Prim fit) rents,
trial bottles 10 cents. P.O. Schuh, Agt.
A Short Road to Health.
To all who arc suffering from boils, ul
cers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other obsti
unto discuses of the blood ami skin, a
courso of Burdock Blood Bitters, will b
found to bo a short roml to health, Price
$1,00. Paul O.Cchuh, Agent.
Peds of Down Feel Hani.
All buds seems hard to tho rheumatic,
Then hearken yo peevihh sll'uersl Apply
Dr. ThmnaV licleclrio Oil to your aching
Joints and muscles. Rely upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
lenst, is thn testimony of thoso who Imvu
used it. The remeedy is likewlso sue
ressfully resorted to for throat ami lung
disease, sprains, bruises, etc.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Over 200,000 Howo scale huvo been sold,
and tho demand Increasing continually,
Dordtn, Bullock & Co., haunts, St. Louis.
Both Lydia K. Pinkharn's Vegetable
Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at 2'.li and 2U3 Western Avenue, Lynn
Mass. Price of either, $1. Six bottles for
f 5. Sent by mail in tho form of pills, or
of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for cither. Mrs. Pinkhiun freely answers
nllh tbrs of inquiry. Enclose 3c. Btamp.
Send lor "Guido lo Health and Nerve
Indian Blood Syrup.
',' 'r.Uk I
fiueN. reviTund Ame
KliruiMHt lp-in, liropsv,
Ib-urt biseMNc, lliliinih
nesf, Nervous beldlity
THE BEST HF.MF.PY KNOWN 10 MAN!
hvclve Tlifmsiind Bottles
Sold Since 180!
lhlB Svrnp poKei.ci! varicil proporticn: It utim-
ulatea the ptyallne In the saliva, which convert
me narcn ana anuaror the food Into e neoan. A
IClencv in UUatine cannea wind nnd Hriiirmrv nl
the food in the stomach. If thn meilw-l m ,.,,.n
Immediately after eatiug, the fcrnietilaiion ol l d
is jireTeii ieu,
It acta upon tho Liver,
It sets upon the Khliicya,
It Jlesuhitps the Unwels,
It rurilles th F.lood.
Il OuieU the Nervous System,
It.N'oiirlslu's, Ktreiictlieniiaiiil Iiivi;rurnteii,
it Curries oil' the Old Wood and makes New.
It Opens the pores ol the Skin and Imbu es
It iieiitrnlizea the hi-reditarv taint, or potonin
the blond, which ceneruiea mrni,i Vn-i,,..!-j
uuiibii manner ui nuiu U ceaKca and nlernii ill
There are no apirlis emiloyed In Ita manufacturo
aim n i an oe laxen Dy tlieniimt delicate bahe.or hy
the ajjed and feeble, care ouly being required in at-
ieui. u io aireci.ona.
Oalva, Henry Couuty, Ilia.
I wxamiflVrlne from Sick Headuche and 1) .ail
nv an thai I could not annul to my houeehold ci it -
ilea, anil a tnort trial or Dr. Clark Johnaon a Indi
an Ulood Syrup effectually cured me.
.MKS HULKS EI. KINS.
Waterman Station, 'PuKalli l'o., Ilia.
This l lo certify that Pr Clark .lohnauu'a Indian
Blood Syrup buf cured me of 1'nin In the Hack. It
le a vuluanle mediclnu. MKS Wool).
ftnlre Hill, While Co , AiU.
Thin l tocrr'ify that 1 waa allllcted with Palpi
tallou of the Heart for many yi-ara I tried diHer
ent doctor, vrhoao preacriptlona tended more to
weaken me than Ihcy did lo "treuitlhen. I u a(
re Ive l to try llr. Clurk Johnon'a lndiaji Ilinod
Sytnp, whli h proved to he a lioaitlve cure. not on
ly curlni: Ihe Ileurt UUeaae, but ulo a Sltk Head
ach which had been Ironhllm; nie.
I wa alllicted wlfli I.lrer Complaint jnd Dyapep
alii and fulled to pet relief, allhoiiL'h ualtii; meill
clue from our heat dectora I cuuimeuced nlnit
Dr. Johnaou'e Indian llluod Svrnp, and ni-horl trlul
cured me. T. W. UlSlNU, Mollnu, III.
Tht lertlllea that Or. Clark Joliuaon'a Indian
Pdood Svrnp 1j effectually cured me of I)ypepla.
Too much cannot he aald In pralae of It.
W. B. Wl.M.MKK, Iledfotd, Mo.
Avonts wanted for the ale of the Indian Ulood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have uo
agon I. Particular given oil application
DKi:oHT HELL IT.
Lbratorv V, Wual M t. H, V City.
OTiril TO CONTUACTOHS.
CltyClerk'aollh'e. Cairo, III , Auii.tf, IH8 .
Healeit piopoaal will h.' Melveil at this nlllco
directe' to ihe i Ity coiiuclt, of the citv of Cairo
until meeting nf tliu cliy council Monday evening
Allium ii ii, jwj inr nirniniiltitf llm nialeilnl ami
doliU tliu work or ilolug ihe work nece ry lor
the recuM ruction ol the following side walks, tnhii
colialrtli'ted of wood, vim: tl the weal utile of
(Commercial avenue, between '."ltd nndJ-Mid atreela,
The contractor to use all old miOerlal lit. for u.
A good and aiiltlcletit liouil for twice the ninniuit of
hid mint iicrompany bid. The work to be done In
Ihe aallafiictlou of the coinmliiee on treel f Thn
right to reject any or nil liida reaerv. d hy Ihe city.
1). .1. fuUil.Clty Clerk.
INJKCTION, In aponHlvi. curaforall Ulaclmrirea.
BtinitlnK. Sinartluii and Painful Huiianllmia i.li.h.
8 1 OOP"' Koraald hy all druir-
Stw.'mT.mi irlatw.nf anntliy Kxpi-ea on m
ceiiit ofAOIi , JOHN D, PA It K flt HONS,
17 and 177HyinmoroBt. CI1NC1NN ATI,
OlllO. Plotua numllou Dili uuuur. -
Koraleby 11.VB0LAY BlttK
YO UU CAPITA Ij
Thi'rt .e, ii inn lii iniilie niuiiey
(Mia eulllllld ine.liiiln InveHtllll'lltM
in to'iiin, pni ihI.iiih nnd Ktork
apei'iiliillii m, eiin io mi bv oper
ntiiill mi nur iiliio, l iiiiii M ii v UI,
Is1-"!, I i tli i I'Ni'iit ilnie oil In
V 'utile nU o , III on I,,, .(km I, ciikIi
I ii' II 1. 4 liii vt liemi i-iiiiiired Mini
paid to Invi htm-a niouoiitiiiit t
aevei'iil Iiiih h too uriiiliiiil eivcit
lneiil., kIiII Ii-u. ln!f ii,.,,ni!lli"l 111
vi fiUlii iil, liuiUiiig tinmev or pav
lode on li'Miiiitiil, Kxpluiintovv eiv
eiilnca mv.i fi.ni.eiiieiita id fund W
aeni, f r, ... Wowinit leuinniiillile
ngi'iilii, who will report on erops
toid Inl.i'nilnen tho plan. Mbeiul
oimiinlKsiiioiH iiitid, Aihlreaa,
rilMIIIMI a " Hfl n I I
if Ji A I
si &mm.or, it
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
ntlKsTKK. slit year open Huptntnlier lath.
yNevv llulldliiKs. Huporlor accommodation.
Appotiitmenti complete. EdkIIhIv, CoIIikLim,
tlimnlcal, Civil KuilneHrli'fj coumci. Doltimx
j.onlurred. Apply to W. P. IfallMay. Kq.. patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIJEO. HYATT, West.
Indiana Aslmry University.
I ('o!l' i;i' of Ltterut n re and Art. Two courfei
- liiHdli-Hl Htnl I'ti! oHopiili nl.
II. ThcoloK'Iciu i nurse, In-iructHiD by tho pros
lilenl mid four t)rof(nom. 1
ui. L.aw coursu.
biHtrui'.lliiu liy tliruo profun-
IV. Military Department, nnderchariro of United
SIhU'n oltic r.
V. I'r.'iniratory school
Six aktllful and expert-
1 nil Ion fr.-o . Lartlpa and t'ontlcmcn admluod.
n-Hiliiti healthy. K.n-t term licj;ln scot. 13.
A iply lor rataliiuo tu
ALKX.VN iKK MA ItTIN, t.L. P., Pres't.
JOTK K TO CONTIl.VC f OKS.
Ci'y CWrk'f ol'.c , Cairo, III.. July Slut, 1SS3.
ruall;d troponin will lie received at thin olUce,
nlrectcd to the city council of ilia city of Cairo un
til meiuiug of thu council, Monday evening. Annual
14ih, Ish. for rurnlnhliiK the material and dolut,'
the v'urk. o-domi the w.irk necemtry for ihe re
construction oi th following aidewalki.to he con-
irnrieu 01 wooa, viz: Oil the, eant aide of Wal
nut Mreet. hetwuen F nirtceiith an I Fifteenth
streets. A eooil ami Biiftlclent hnnd for twice the
amount must a-romuuuv all nruDiialtlona. The
work (i he done to the natlxfac i.m of ihe commit-teaunHtreet-i.
The rlxht lo rei -ct any and all lilds
rewrved hy the cty. 1). J. F01.KY, Cltv Clerk.
yiOl ICE TO CON rUACTOUS.
eityCle-k's offlcc, C'al-o, 1.1 , July 31ft. 1SSJ.
Sealed nnMiOKiilH will lm rneelvil nl iKU ih-..
dir rted to the city council of the city ot Cain.
until meeliei! of council. M'indav evenlnir. An.
CU -t llth, i1.', for inriiislilni' tho material and
111" lLo work-, or d ilnu ilie work mirniur. in.
thHri'Cou'rucHon of ihefeliowiui,' aiilewaika. To
he rucoiKtriiced of wo.ul. viz: On tho wealrrly
Hide of Walnut street, between ltth and llth
f tr cm, and on the ,i iihrt ly aide of 5th atreet
runnlntr lri f et went, -rly from Wanhlrutou avenue.
i o no riinairiirlcd oi tirick. via; On the nontherlv
i -e nl Mli nl i m i niiiniiiL' feet w eatw a-iilv from
Walnut reel A iimvidoil hy ordinance No. 7S,
approved Noveni'icr ird, last, wh.r.h la on 111 . In
tn.a omen arii ui j ct to et viniiatiou at any time.
a 'oou ami Miiiiti-teni poiki lor twice the amonnt
iniiit ncviinpHUv all pronnn'tl-iiiii The rlg'it to
reject any and all bid reie ved hy the Jty.
I). .1. KDLKY.cny Clerk.
OR AY'S SPRCmC MEDICINE.
TRADE M4F1K. The (treat Eng-
-dCV l'Hh ivniedv, An
jL'd n uuliilllni.' cure for
''W CTif?0"1'1"11 weakneaa
W . Sy 'permat-Tthea. inv
. (V poteio:' ,:.id all
Ayf dlaea-e tlu.t 'nlow
'il H ,l i-eiinuuce
Cntt, "f lf-ilma-'! aa.;
Tj,r ... m..i : . .:. . ;rv
IJCiOiB J llM.IuiuveraBinaauUile , p. m ..
- vain ii tho hark.''t e' tttKUlg,
nlninniii. rif vlil - . . .
,r"'T ereinnuiro oiii aj;e, and many
other dla.-aa.. tl.at lead to u.aaultv, :onaumption
fmlt-Vn II . I . ... ...
.t, ..... , . , imr in nur pamphlet, wnlrh we
iienire io eun iree bv mall to evervono. lifThe
Specillc .Medic.ir.e I Hold tivatl drUBglHta at 1 lr
piUKiipe. or nix package for or will hn aent free
hi iioiiiuu recuipi in ir.e nmriev, nv arnreaalnit
THh OKAY MKDIC1NB CO.,
. . Hurra w, N . Y
v 8 :'.mn 01 cmnterfeiia, we have a lupted the
Yol ow W rapper; the oulv Kemilne. (iuaiauteea
ui eure inaiieu
Sold in I'alrn hy P. O. BCIU'll
Miioiesmo AKi'litr, Homaoii, I'luiuhe? ii to.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Anpliancei are lent on 30 Davi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"Iirilo are auilerln fr-un Naavoua Pmility
.,' Vitv.-itv' Ur or N"iv
Viuiib, Waktino Wkakkksskk. iiii. lull thoeill.ea,
ufa I'aaaoxtL Nati'Iii reMiltniK In, in Ahi-ii and
Oman l'i or.. Si-,ily relief ami roniplele renin,
rniionof 1 1 kai.tii . lieMimul Mahioiiii Ut'ARASTKmi
The Krinile( illi.i'iiverv nf llm :. in leemli I'eimiry
Semi ut iiiii'd f"i -llluatrauil Cutni-hli l free. Aililreu
,V0tTAI0BUTC0 MARSHALL MICH.
The Best Known Rnmedy for
Dackacho or Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
NouralKla or Kldnov Dlseasos.
Lumbaqo, Sovoro Achosor Pains
ArcHuperlor In nil other IMaatvra.
Are Huperlor lo ruda.
Are Nuperlnr lo l.lnluirnta.
Are Superior to Oinlinrnta or ffalvra,
Areauprrlnr to r.leclrlelty oriavlvanlam
Thry Art Iminrdlutely.
They Htr nuthf n.
They Hoot he.
Thry Itellrve Pnln at One.
Thry I'oalllvrly Cure.
Penaon'a Capclna Pftrona ria
I fl 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 ''" t"11 n'n Imitated. Ho
UHU I I w II i not allow your driuiidat to
palm "If iniu ollu'r plnalcr having a imdlar
minding name. Ho that the word lpi'lled
V-A-l -l-l-PI K. rrire vo I I.
SEADURY A. JOHNSON.
Mauuliu turliig (!hemll, New Yotlt.
HIIMK lti:.li:iV'Al I. A NT. Wri'k;
MEAD'S Me-Hc0n, CORN net BUNION PLASTtR.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS &$U
Pin id. and wllleomtilntelvehanir thrbluial lullmn-
t ire nv.l niu In th i-ve iiiniitlia, Knf piirx-iii olio will taka
1 pill rni'll lilnhtfmin 1 In Hw.-eli- mm lm fin' '
. run "
4 i lr
DR. fffl ,
aturiiSirlinir.Sp,.rlcf.ir inilieeatlon and
illlioii.neni., ihe wnlrr of ih . rnmoiia Selosur Hpa.
oiipllcalKfl in n mo i ent wtlh a apoimlHi of Tar
mot heltn r Aimrieiii, wiilcli cnntMliia every val
nulile eluuienl of the t.vrmuu Mprlinr. The urfat-e-i
. tihyxh: unnnf Kurop. proiiotiucn that free ift
of I rovlileiKe Mie Blunt pooini ol'all nown alter
at ve. ni'il Iin liie Hlnille, frtfrli uinl roamiui;, 1- now
plne.ed w lihiii the reach of eveiy invulid of tbo
wi kOtu worl l.
SOLI) II Y A IX DUTGfIsrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!!!
L'STAUU. inul l'OUTA 111, F., lor stores aad
Can chaneu pci! hi-tAVeen'the clielves In a mo
IV"! '' rSo I'111 up. None to Hike dowu.
rlte for diBiriptive circular, prlc . limn, Jtc
Addrean: 1'ATKNT SIIKI.VIM CO.,
Mill W.Mii.llnnii !St. t'hi.iu'o. III.
0T(i MVX '""J Mi'tfoleHruTeleEra.
. , , J ,"i l,tlv ""' ' i""tli. and he
certain of a ultiniiloii, aihlreia Valentine lirotheri,
Janenvtlie, 'i .,
A OV'KIM INKKSt i..nl lor ii'ir mdert Mm of local
Biplier, tiio. 1. Howell d: Co. lo f-pruce St.
' Mih n( )t,'i,i(iilii Pit, ..! U.ll T oliu .
luthlitH iu l:,i u...ri.l a i . i. i... .
- i "'. n i, inn nurta,
sorv r.vei, Mcrcuri! iiiicr.vin. Cat an It bi of
f (lUi'ftnft. It HfVrr fail. All tlfujjuu tkni
coumr tux k.-t.r cll It. It. r Hir
k I (t.. t'rmi'v. IMt-liui' ih. ...on K.111L
Vtvrv" ...-tVV.'L. 'Ltocr
'..,ot!, : vile
.. 11"- VV
tlieMiiiiiid 1 1 'Si
(Ilnli", mlers thn wne-t niniii.iuf inakiiiK nt-'nlur numilil
pri.iii.-fn. in liiviiuieiiu,. i Hit.itHi,)iirii;Hreilialii:f in
j.neii uieiniii-r lima tlie la i,.. i.i n i niihiniil niii lul ut the
Clnli. in io Pai Hir ii nl. Iiuileinli ,il nn.niiile. ll
airiMOf iincmiionaacot em-li niemlnr. hlinn-A Jill iraA'li,
reilu-m li i', noim-C"a'!e, innwtene.le. A n-iiiililei-or-n-innieit
uiihtefl iu every town, is-inl iiiilueeincnt,
Kio'anulnrv I'ireiiliir font 'inv. AHiIiv-n II. K, Kjcnuau.
It Co., 17J ii lWljitulle.St.,CHICAOO, ILU
W, 'inW..i4 Cum.
VK, KLINt'S GREAT
C Nehve Restorer
3 Ml US INP1II.HOI
I)ni'K. I'.vit i k n in na Kmvc Arrrx
IIIINH.FlTH. l-.-ll KI'SV Hill IN KAI l.l III I.' II l.kAn
diri-eteii. AirV'-T Wriuy iu.i. TrtmtiiHj Jk
trial tiiHlli, u-i'it Ui Kit I iun.,tiin.v pnyinlc i'X.r.fl
.-liaritf. "n lHl,Hlien n't'iOwd. hioi'il niniiiiH,IM.I.Atiil
uprr.. iMn--.irIIM,-lf. n. lm M,IN K,:.II An b
at..l'lilli"l .S liruoaitt. H'MW nf AVtiuJa.
OF EVERY KIND CHEAPER THAN EVEK.
Rl flea, Shot (.una, Kim olvera, AiniiiunltloD.
FlahhiK Tin kle, SrlneH, N,m, Klilvca,
Hitzora.SUntea, lluiiimoeka, ele.
Lnre Iliualritteil Cutoloijue UtEE.
yVrl t ro.l
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
VlTTSIIVHOlt, I A.
WANTED! I.intie.Hftiul Gentlemen. toetiRBR
with tin lo sell ac-vcritl L'aelul Ilouaelinlil
Artielea. I'rollla Inrijo I.almr la Ught.
liXel'iKiv) U-i illory slven. No com petition.
Tertiiillheriil. Circulars HIKE. Address
Hewitt Manufjct'ir ( ., Box Wis, riltaburitli, P.
Swodiah Insect Powder Kllla
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thoroiurlilv extertnlmitfl H.-uichca. Ant.
Iled Hues l-'leis l.lee, lol.iici ii iimlCotloiiWorui,
Mnlll. eh'. It Ih .nie. cure, i-'innlv anil eheun. It
will nut polMii u n i in ii is i,r Iinvls. Hample paek
neea by mml SO cetHu, juvt-i "I'l. Ptnmpa (alien.
Clieiiluis lie.,. A Kent a Wiitttril. AditresH,
l5of all kinds for salo very cheap.
WIGetaloguos froo. Addrena, RICHARD
1 1 HULL 1 CO. BOX 8G8, 1'ltMnirvh. 1'a.
lP 1 iJ t 1 BtfaT m A SMI I J . Mai
cj mnnraiinaiiinaiiinf i i Elfir mmmbm
Wi- lis A
Wi? s3"i il ! i t - I U
Wfli (S if.-s q i 6 x
ft i millM i
m tarn k
t f s, a a s v,1 8, s, I & p
rTiy .Sal-si i 'u-.1:?? -a 2 s
C 15 il i i : C ' g DC $