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All Communication'! should he ndrlrtrpl to
ii. A. Hl'KNKTT,
I'tibllsher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It isfortha
Dure of this'' disease and its aTtondauta,
PEPSIA, COSSTIPATlOIPILESreto., that
fUTT'8 PILLS have gained" a world-wide
reputntion.NoRenie( yHaa "e ve r been
9isooverf;dthfttact8BO Rently6rf "tho
digestive organs, giving; them vigor to as
almilate food. Aa "a natural resuH,tha
Korvoua Kyat-em in Braced, the Muscles
am Developed, and the Dody Robust.
Clilll nncl Povor.
B. KIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Burn, La, nays:
My plantation la In a malarial dlstrlot. For
aaveral yeara I could not mako half a crop ot
account of bilious, dlanaaea and chllla. 1 was
nsarly diarourafrad when I began tha uaa of
TUIT'H HILl.S. lbs roault waa marvelous:
my laborora auon became hearty ami robuat,
avud I have bad uo further troubia.
The r rr I lere I he enarm-ved Liver, eleanaa
be ItliMxl front Mliuiiiuua AMiniura, auisl
miiw the bonels to K4-t naliirulljr, arlUti
vm nlilrh noonapwn fii-1 nrll.
Try I lita rfinnlj fairly, aul yiHi will rain
healthy IHarraUcin, t lBroiilliMj. Pur
lllmtd. Strung ervra, utl m auunii Liter,
frlr, iHrulM. OiUra,iU Hurra) HU,X..
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
iat v Haik or Whisk kha changed to a duwr
at la "K iiy a atntclH application of this Uye. It
Imp i! a natural rnlor, ami nets Instantaneously.
c ni tiv IiniKiniti, or sent by Mjtrifaa ou receipt
f ( in- I.,llnr.
Office, Murray Street, New York.
Information and Inrfut Heriiit 1
trill be mill leil mil on avvtiration. 9
IIo(j Hitters are the Purest acl Ilest
Bitters ever Made.
Tliey arc cumjounlt!l from Hops, Malt,
liuelm, Mamlraku ami D rnJuliiiu the old
tat ami best, and most valtnMe. medicines
iu tliu world, uod contain all tliu best and
moot cur ttive properties of all other rem
edies, being tliu yreatcst Ulond I'urifier,
Liver Regulator, Hnd Life and Health Ke
Htoring A'ent on oMtli. No disease or ill
lit!tt!tlt can possibly lo'ig t xist where thesu
Hitters are uned, so varied and pt rdct are
Tln-y uive new lite and vigor to Uicaed
t.nd in'rinn. To all ilinee einploymenta
cause irreulurity of the bowels or tirinary
orj; tns, or ri ijiiire an ttpeti.T, Toidc and
mild Stituul aut Hop Hitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and fct:mu!a
tinir, without iiitoxica'.iiig.
No matter what jour feelings or symp
tonH are, what the tlisea.ie or ailuu-ut ifl
i, use Hop Hitters. J) n't wait until you
are sick, but if vm only feel bad
or miserable, uso Hop Hitters at
once. It may eave jour life.
Hundr-ds have been wed by ho doing.
$"00 will be paid for a ease they will not
cure or help.
Do n )t stiller or let your mends sulfer,
but me and urga th in to use II p Hitters.
He member. Hop Hitters is uo viUylruggeg
drunken nostruin, but the Purest, and
Hest Medicine ever nude; the "Iuvalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. Try the Hitters
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for all rRMALB TAK.
Ni:8Hi:s, Imlciilliitf I.riicorrhn'ii, lr
rcHiilnr anil rulnful .llenNirnnllon,
lnlliuiniiaili u ntitt I'lceraliunof
lite Woinbi I liioillnH, riU
IjAI'hth i:ti:ki, &e.
ITPloaant lotlietnt, inearlnits anil lmmtwDaOi
In lt KtTcct. H In ft grroit hflp I" pregniinc'y, anil ra.
Hot pain during labor ami at n irulnr periods,
NiTsiruxN t sk it am) niKst iiiiik it utrrLT.
rrFoa 4t.tWtSaails of the generative! ornani
of alther m, It la atfoml to no nnipdylhutatiaa tui
bom hi-fnre the public i and for all dlm-nat'l of 1U
KmaKTa It la th airalttl Remttly in Hit World.
IWKIDNEY COMPLAINTMof Klthcr r
llnd (irent Itcllcf la Its I'se.
t.VDM K.l'IKHAM'a IIUMH) ITJIIFIKH
will rra.liiinm rvrry TiwOita r lluinoia fmm Ilia
lllimcl.at Iho wimp tlmn will irlvw toil" anil utmnrth to
tUuaywtvni. A mar oUcii In resulla as Ilia Compound.
irnnthtlio Cnmpoiinii and Plooil rurllW arn ri
riatvd at M and Wi'tira Avi-mio. tynn, alana.
Price uf either, gl. Sit bottles for I. The Compound
Is sent hy ninll In the form of I'll Is, or of loiniti, on
rsrelpt of prion, It oi' Ikii for altlier. Mrs, lMnkham
freely ajuwors all loiters of inquiry. Bneloso S cent
slailip. Bend for pamphlnt. JfsaMim ttHijar.
lirt.vniA K. TlvKiiAa'a l.irrit.U etira fimallpa.
ll'tUilli'iiiHa and TorpWIly of Un- IJver. Si eonta.
-Holil by all PriiHglats.-, p)
HARRI8 REMEDY C0.fRIi.,i.
1 1 l iw miiu inn noi rrnp'l nr
PR0LHAKRI8' PA8TILLE REMEDY
from Nitvoui ud fiiynlcil Utitl
lumt Aim otiii-r wno nuflff
Hy. Prtmttur Ktlmuitlui
their mtnf gloomy rmiMqurnmit
Tha Kmnl, It put up la twata. an. i llt'llnn a rannth)
anil rad li-alty auM.
u. nirillf-l.T ( l up IB OOSV. HDl I 0"H imnilllli f
He. t lanomb la atTant a ours, onlfM la irr. onn.l a i Be. I
(lutlat u'' tnnnlho, St, Seal br msll la nlaln arimttii,
nifflln far I ilaa amapaay saVk Bn, rwiphlM dewfl.
liif Ibis ilirass amTaaiO l tuia Nat waltd w stipllaaUsa,
WWOMAN CANf HEALTH OF WOMAtA
.SYMPATHIZE WITHES THE HOPE 017
VNf WOMAN. sJlTHE RACeIJ
Some venerable old print hits collect,,
ed the following very curious udvertise
nionU, which uro worthy of a careful
"I would like this advertisement trans
lated into French," handing to a clerk
in the American Register ollico the fol
lowing curious advertisement: "Twenty
francs reward will bo paid for the re
covery of a cameo brooch which repre
sents Venus and Adonis lost on tho
Roulcvard ties Italicns about ten o'clock
Hut tho literary productions of adver
tisers who have axes to grind, and who
pay liberally for the privilege of occu
pying space, have before proved very
interesting bits of reading in tho col
umns of a well-edited paper.
II. II. lirown & Co., of No. Centre
street, kept standing for several weeks
in it leading New York daily: "Soldiers
who have lost their discharges, and
those who did not receive peusion from
the dato of their discharge or death,
In the "Vants" department of a coun
try exchange, a resident ad vert Lies for
a "woman to wash, iron and milk one
or two cows."
A wine merchant asks for bids for
"sixty dozen of prime port, lately the
property of a gentleman forty rears of
age, full in body, and with a'high bou
quet." A livery stable keeper offers cheap "a
mail phicton, the property of a gentle
man with a movable head as good as
new," and "a splendid gray horse, cal
culated for a charger, or would carry a
ladv with a switch tail and warranted
It is easier for some people to deter
mine what they want than to ask for it.
Words are bugbears to them and lan
guage takes terrible shapes.
"To be sold A grand piano, tho
property of a lady about to travel in a
walnut case with carved legs" was lin
inorou.sly commented upon by the Si(
unlaij Ui viiw a few months ago.
The Iriah World copies an item: "A
purse lost bv a poor widow woman who
lias a sick eliild containing 12s. and a
letter." No wonder the child was un
well. The next item in the column is
the Worhr s own, and is as follows:
"Robert Taylor, 8.3 years, is the father
of twenty-five' children by three wives
seventeen of whom are living." Rob
ert should be tried for bigamv.
The Chicago Tribune, not long since,
copied the advertisement of a widow
who intended to succeed her husband in
the management of a hotel. "The ho
tel will be kept by a widow of the form
er landlord, Mr. "Brown, who died last
Summer on a new and improved plan."
She will be aided by other stockholders.
Such a corporation w ould not deserve
to have a soul.
A coroner' b verdict reads thus: "The
deceased came to his death by excessive
drinking, producing apoplexy in the
minds of the jury."
A country paper says: A child was
run over by a wagon , years old, nnd
crosseyed, with pantalets on.
The above reminds us of the poem
handed to John Plurnix relative to the
young man who "on the Pecos river was
"axdentally shot." Referring to the
weapon, the poet said "it was fine of
the old style brass-mounted, and of ueh
is the kingdom of Heaven." Sloominy
A Mansion in Pompeii.
One enters through a long vestibule,
on each side of which are several shops,
not. connected with the house. From
the vestibule, with its mosaic pavement,
one is admitted into a large, square
place, called the atrium, which has a
roof over it. with a square hole about
eight feet in the center. In the Hoop,
tinder the- hole, is a square marble basin,
of the same si.e, called tho iinpluviuni.
It has on one side a pretty marble foun
tain, and water was always playing in
the basin; besides, during a rain, the
water also dripped into the Wnpluvitim.
This atrium formed the chief source of
light to the front portion of. the house,
as thev never hail w indows opening on
On each side of the atrium are tw o or
three little rooms not more than six feet
square. The walls are covered with
frescoes, and the floors are of line mo
saics. The ceiling, which has all fallen
in, was of stone, built on the principle
of the arch, and covered with stucco and
frescoes. It seemed queer that they
should have such small bedrooms, but
tho Pompeians seemed to care little
about their sleeping apartments, as they
passed the most of their time in the for
um or larger rooms of their own house,
The room contained a bed, and that
seemed to be all. The walls, against
which the beds were placed, aro cut
away a little, thus allowing tho bed to
be a'little, longerthan the room. These
bed-roonis each had a door, with a
grating over it. to admit the light from
the ntriimi. Tho sockets in which the
doors swing are still to bo seen in the
Hack of the atrium is n large, square
room separating it from tho peristilutp,
called the tabliuum. It has mosaic
jiavement ami line frescoes on the walls.
The use of this room was to receive peo
ple who had business with the owner,
On each side of the atrium, nextto.the
sleeping-rooms, are two wings or ala,
also with mosaics and frescoes. J.taek
of the tabliuum Is tho peristilum, a cov
ered court similar to the atrium, only
that the roof - is supported by tall col
umns. A marble basin is in the center.
Around this perisliluni are small bed
rooms also, and on one side, through a
small passage, Is tho kitchen, a small
yet well-arranged apartment. The
most prominent objects nre the two
large serpents painted on the walls, as
I he serpent Is the protector of thocook
The Moves were always, of brick, and
bad several small places for charcoal,
over which the kettles were placed. In
the lower part is a place to storo the
coal. On the opposite side of the room
Is a brick sink. Going back through
the passage, we go into the peristilum
again niul throiicji a room at the back
of the peristilum, similar to the tabliu
um, arriving in a largo court surround
ed by columns so as to form a portico.
In tlie center of this garden were trees
ami plants, ns has been proved by
means of the carbonized roots of vege
table matter, The entire building bin
walls on every side, nnd tho only en
trance Is through tho front door. Micb
a building is but an example of an or
ilinary dwelling house.
QAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MUKN1NU, AUGUST 12, 1882.
Nurcotics nnd sedative murder Bleep; the
unnatural stupor is soon followed by ill
eli'ects. Simmons Liver Regulator removes
the cause of restlessness and sleeplessness
y regulating tho bowels, by establishing
good digestion and by quieting the nerves.
Try it, nnd you will soon know tho bless
ing of good health and sound sleep.
"I hsve been a great sulferer from dys
pepsia and less of sleep, As soon aB I feel
the Icust nervous I take a dose of Simmons
Liver Regulator, and sleep nil night.
"Mrs. R. Buy ant,
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush iuhiIo for any
Drug Store as is now nt Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Couuhs and Colds,
All peisoiiH affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Honrsi ncfs, .Stvi re Coughs, or any
affection of tliu Throat smi Lungs, cmi get
h 1 rial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at abevo Drug Store. (4)
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debit, y, and all wenknos
of generative organs, .f 1. 5 for All
diuggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, aio First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cairo by Huclny Bros.
Goto Paul G. Sch uh for -Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brighfne-s and
durability of color are uneoualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Direct;. ts ic English
and German . Pri e 1,1 cents
Tru, to Her Trust.
Too much cannot, be said of th. ever
faithful wite and mother, constantly watch
lug and caring for her dear one-, never neg
letting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assaile 1 by disease, and tliesjs
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
lied, and uislurial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and pureM
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Hairy W.Schuh. (4)
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Acglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not tlisorder tho stomach 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 and
IV .die Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, ami 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 So cents a
Escaped from the Toils.
Jno. Btco, Liporie, In 1., writes: "Ilur
luh for Spring Blossom; it is alt you rec
ommend it t be. My dysp psia has all
vanished. Why don't jou advertise it?
What allowance will yon make if I take
a dozzen bottles, so that I cmild obl'me my
friends occasionally?" Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, At.
Taickltn's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the svorlrt for Cut9,
Bruise". Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect sttisfaction, nr money refunded. Price
25 cents per bos. For gale bv Geo. E
"Ski.leu's LtvEit Pn.i.s" have been the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costlvenes", etc., for fifty years.
Dk. Kline's Gkkat Nekve Restorer is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All Cts stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadclpia, Pa.
Mas. Dukes, of Colfax, Indiana, has i mi
ning soro on her ankle for two years.
"Lind.sey's Blood searcher" cured it.
Personal! To Men Only I
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are atllicted 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. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Noting the cftects.
U. Gibbs, of Butfilo, N. Y., writes:,
"Hearing your B irdocK B'ood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their effects, and find that in chronic
diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys,
jour bitters have been singularly marked
with success. I have used them myself
with the best results, for torpidity of the
liver; nnd in the case of a friend of mint)
suffering from dropsj, tho elftct was. mar
velous. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
Jacoji Mautz u.k, of Lancaster, N. Y..
pays your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you recommsnd it; myself,
wife, nnd children have all used it, ami
vmi can't find a healthier family in New
York state Oct. 5, 1880, Pried 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
A Short Road to Jlentlli.
To all who aro sinl'eriiig from boils, ul
cers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other obsti
nate diseases of the blood and skin, a
course of Burdock Blood Bitters will be
found to bo a short road to health. Price
1,00. Paul 0. t'chuli, Agent.
Beds of Down Feel Hani.
All beds seems hard to tho rheumatic.
Then hearken ye peevish sfl'iiersl Apply
Dr. Thomas' Edectrio Oil to your aching
joints and muscles. Rely upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
least, is the testimony of those who have
used it. Tho icnieedy is likewise suc
cessfully resorted to for throat and lung
disease, sprains, bruises, etc.
Paul G. Suhuh, Agent.
Over 800,000 Howe scale have been sold,
nnd the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Sttlleck & Co., atrents, St. Louis.
Both Lyditi E. Piukham's Vegetable
Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
t 2iYi and 233 Western Avenue, Lynn
Mass. Price of either, l. Six bottles for
f". Sent by mail in tho form of pills, or
of lozenges, on receipt of prico, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkhsm freely answers
"11 letters of inquiry. Enclose 3c. stamp.
Send for "Uuido to Health and Nerve
Indian Blood Syrup.
S.-S W'M 111
HvRpeiisla, Liver Ills
eases. Fever and Anno
Heart liiseiisc, bilious
ness, Nervous Oebiluy
TIIK Ili:ST IiKMEPY KNOWN 10 MAN!
iwclve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Vliis Svrup posi"jkcb varied properties : It. utim
ulates the ptyalincln the saliva, which couverta
"the starch and autar of tho food Into (tlucosu. A
deficiency iu ptyaline causes wind and souring ol
the food in the stomach, if Ihe luedicl io .a Men
immediately aftrr eating, the feraienutiou ol IikiI
It acts upon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Kegutates the Bowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strentttliens and Invijpirates,
It Carries oil' the Old Wood anil mukes New.
It Opens the. Torfs of the Sklu and Induces
It ripntrul'ises the hereiiitarv taint, ortiot'on in
the Mood, which Kenerates Scrufula, rvt;plHS.
and all manner of Skin Difeacs and Inierual hu
mors. There aro no spirits employed in Its ntannlartnro
and It isn lu taki-u by the most delicate hahu.or by
te s'd and feeble, care only being required In nt
tenti u to directions.
Oulva, Henry County, Ills.
I wns suft'erlng from Sick Meadnche and D rzl
ness so that I could not attend tomv household du
ties, and a hhort trial of lr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup cll'eciuallv cured me,
MKS HKLKN ELKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Wood Svrup has cured me of l'niu In the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MK Wool),
i entre Hill, White Co., Arlt.
lilts it to certify that I was, afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for iduut years I tried dlllnr
ciit doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken me thiin they li to ftrennlhen. 1 ai Iiikt
res lve'l to trv Or Clark Johnson's Indian liiood
Sytup, which proved to ho a positive cure not on
ly curlnztlio II 'art Dli-enn), hue also a Sick Ilead
ach which bad been tronVtl 1 11 ir. me.
MKS MAItY A. SKAL.
I was Vllicted with Liver Complaint .ind Dyspep
sm and fulled to net reilef, although in-lni; medi
cines from oar bout dociors I commenced nlnt!
Dr. Johh"ou'e Indian lllond Svrup, "in! ashort triul
cured inc. T. W. IilSlNli, Mollne, ill.
This i crtillos that Dr. Clark Johnson 'a Indian
Wood Syrup li'is enVetUHlly cured mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much caunot bo said iu praise o' It.
W. E. WIMMhK, Bedford, Mo.
Aieuts wanted for the sale of the Indian Wood
Syrup in every town or villane, In which 1 have uo
agent. Particular? given on application
DKCOGIsrs BELL IT.
Uliratory 77 West 3d at,. N. Y
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
CltyCl 'rk'sofflcii. Cairo, 111 , Ailir.9. IPS'
Sealed proposals will h" r-ielv. tl at (Ms otlle.o
diroete1 In the c Itv counrll, of do city of Cairo
until meeting of the cl'y council Monday evening
August 14 H, issj for fu'rnlshiiiL' Hi" material and
dolu the work or doing ihe work nereis ry lor
tho roc. 'instruction ol the follovvlngsldosalks, lo If
constructed of wood, vlr,: n the we. t aid" of
Commercial avonne, between Stlili an '.l.'ud street-.
The contractors to use all old nueerlal lit for uu.
A good and snillclenl bond for twice the aniuiuil of
bid mtt't aeeontp iny bid. The work to be done to
the satirfirtion of tho committed on streets, Tho
right to reject anv or all bid" teaerv d by the rlly.
I). J. roi.Ki'.CItv Clerk.
INJKOTION, la a positive oura for all Dtachavirsa.
BtlnpltiK. Bimirttntf nnd l'nintol Sensations ol ilia
pr bottlu. Tor salt by all ilrinr
Rlats. or aMit bv K.xereat on i -
77 AvcumriraHt CINCINNATI'
.nil i it A u ,r j uiimh
iiumo uioullou tula paper.
Korsalu by BARCLAY MUM., Cairo, 111,
Tliim iloMiinit lo make money
mi a null and tninlltiiii InvontmonlH
tit ui'iitn, pi'oi'istoiis niul stock
ripi'ool.illo is, 'M II do mi by oper
ntiniiiM imr plan. 1 loin Mnv 1st,
l.-.-l, t i tlu i-i'nliti iliile on lii
Vi iiOili'i'ts ol iMO.isMof I .l'"M. ensll
ie itl'.'i liavi been reiiloU'd nnd
pal I to imchtor mm hi lit i nit to
si'veiul titucii tun olii'tnul invsht
liioi't, ',tiM IoiivIiik Iheorntmiil In
vobtuieut iniiknw tiioimr r y
iililo on dmiiiiid. KApluinitory en'
cuius ami suiti tnenla of fitnd W'
sent. troe. Wewutit H'SIshimiOIB
mteiits, who will reirt on cvoi-a
and ttitrodtiCB tho 1'lr.n. l.lboral
coiiiotlss oiis raid. Ajdreja,
minion ,M, rrlisills, Malar Riata,
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
r HKftTK.lt. Ut yer opeus Huptemhor 1.1th.
New llulldiuga. Huperlor accoiumndailons,
Appointments complete. Fngllsh, Colliglate,
Chemical, Civil Kuirinarlpg c rsa. Degrees
Conlerreil. Apply to W P. Halltdav, Ksq., patron
Cairo, 111., or lo COL. TKKO HYATT, treat.
Indiiuiii Asbury University.
I. College of Literature sad Arts. Two couraoa
- Clussira) and 1'hl osopulral.
II. Theological i ourse. In.tiuct on hy tho pre
blent and lour profcrsor.
III. Law Course. Iiiatractlun by three profes
sors. IV. .Military Depnrimont. under charge of United
Sti'tes olllc r.
V. 1'r puratory soliool. x skillful and experl
eti'i d teachers.
Tuition free. Ladies and gentlemen admlttod.
Ln-ntioii healthy. Kir. t tt rtu begins Hept. l.'i.
A iply for ratalogui! to
AI.KXAN )KR MAItTIN, LL.Il., Fres't.
JOTICE 1 OCONTKAC fOIIS.
Cl'y Clerk's n!i!c , Cairo, III,. July 31t, 1HSJ.
hea'ed I ropoa!swlll I e receiv. d at tills olllce,
directed to theclty council of the city of Cairo un
til meeting of the council, Monday evening, Asgi'.st
li b, lsx for liirni-'htng the niuterial and doing
th" work, o doing liie work ni cesttiry for Ihe re
constr iction oi the billowing sidewalk", to lie con
stiiirtcd of wood, viz: n the east side of Wal
nut street, between Fourteenth an 1 Fifteenth,
streets A trood atei stiitlc'ent bund for twice the
a-iount must u-company all proposltlona. The
work to hj done to the satlsfac, Ion of he commit
tee on streets. The right to ret.. ct any and all bids
reserved by the cttv. U. J. FOLEY, C If Clerk.
01 ICE TO COST'iACTORS.
CltyCle k's olflc, Cai-o, 111 , JulvSNt. Wi.
Sealed proposals will tie received nt this olrlco
dir cted hi the eity pouni'tl of the city o Cair.-,
until meeting of co incll. Monday ovonlng. An
en 1 1 Ith, IshU, fur itirnlshi-ic the m itenal and
il lug the wnra, ur d ing '1m work, necessary lor
the reconstruction of the Iclinwlng sldewaika. To
be reconstructed of wood, viz.: On the westerly
side of Walnut street, hutween llth Hiidllth
sir ios, and on tie fn ithe ly side of .Mb street
running l.'i f ct westerly from Washlri'ton avenue.
T.i be constructed of brick, viz; tin the southerly
I 'e ot Mb street running feat, westwa'ijjy from
Waluitt s reel A provided by ordiiniuce No. TS,
approved Novem'ier lrd, lisi. which Is on til i in
th.s ottlce and snhjurt to oxaiuiuatioa at any time.
A t'ood and sultl 'ient. 'oud lor twice the amount
must iiCMniroiny nil propositions The rlg'it to
reject anv aud all tdd rese vod bv tho . ttv.
11..I. V iLbY.Cily Clerk.
(i RAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE M?K. The (ireat Eng-
"Hn remedy. An
.T, uiiiuiiiui cure inr
.I1 .n.lnJ t...ul.n,uu
1 .HMrnint'.p, I,.. tin
poteucv i.id all
illsea-es thai folow
as a sciiuence
of lelf-ahuse; as
T t in-1 " ' . ?
ij'JiU.'U J.a'.UJnniversaii' ssiturie , p. ... m,
pain n the hack.1-6 i12R.
dlmucss of vision, premature old age, and many
other diseases tliat lead to insnnltv, loiistimutlon
or a premature rrave.
irFull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
di.sire to send free bv mill to evervone, HT"The
Specillc .Mi Uiclne is sold bv all druggists at 81 per
liorKBtre, or six packages for $S, or will be sent bee
bv million receipt of the miniev, bv addressing
Tlltt OKAY MKDICiNE CO.,
On acennt of counterfeits, we have adopted the
Yel ow wrapper; tho oulv genuine, (ittaiautces
ol cure Issued
Sold In ''alro hy P. 0. SCHl'H.
V liol, sale Agents, Motr son, I'lumbe- 4 Co.,
BEF0RE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are isnt on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YO'JNQ OR OLD,
"lirilo are suirerlnir from Nsbvoi-s Pkhility,
l-O'T VlTAI.ITV. I.AI'K OF NrUVK Kolli K ISO
Viooa, Wasti.nu W kak NtssKS anl all tlmr ilisenses
of a 1'khsoxai, Natckk ri sultln.- ri uin Aat'sica niul
OTIIKa l AI'SSS. Sneeilv leonf Hil l FulllliU'te reslo.
ration ot IIraltiiA loon nnd Mamiooih,iiuvtfhi.
The runil.st itiseovery ,.f ttie Noi, iceiith Century,
Send ut unee fur Illustrated I' liuplilet tree. Ail. Hubs
VOLTAIC BELT GO., MARSHALL, MICH.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neurafeia or Kldnoy Diseases.
Lumbago, SovoroAcheo or Pains
Arc Superior to a II other l'lastera.
Are Wuprrlor lo Pods.
Aro Huperlor lo I.lnluirnla.
Are Superior lo Olotinenta or Malvea.
A re superior lo Electricity or aalvaiilam
They Art Immediately.
They Relieve Pain at One.
Tury Positively Cure.
Hctisou'sCapclns rorons Plaa.
uts nave orn inntainu. I'o
your druggist to
having a similar
palm elf soma other plaster
anunditig name, Msg that tho word I spelled
t.-A-r-v-1-rs K. i-nre , ris.
SEABURY A. JOHNSON.
JdannlacliiHtig Cheinists, Wi'W Yotk,
"siflilK ItlMIKDV AT I, A NT. Pries IWi
Price . rla,
HMLsD'S Mwilcrttcd CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS till
Hlood. and will enniplntolr ehanits ths liUmd la I hi, ra
ti ra aval m In three inmit na. Any parson who will taka
sell nlahtfrnm I to ISwsaliBmsrba ntnrad
to soiind hsslth, It aueh a China bs isimOiIs, Bold v-
ary whsra, nr asal by niatl for R laitar atmna 1
r mail lor S laitar aUniBa, I, St.
itvu, Mask,, Iwuisrljp llaacor, Ma
9 0 .
atnrn's Sparkling Specific f ir indigestion and
l!l!iotisiiss, tliu water of 'h- famous rtelUor Hps,
In (lupllcated ii a mo mit with a spoonlal of 1rr
rai l's Sultier Aiiertcut. which contains eery val
uable olemui t of the tiermnn Spring. The great
e i physic ansof Kurop pronounce that free gift
of I'rovidetice ,he most poient of all - nown alter
at ves, nnd Its fne simile, fresh and foaming, t- now
pitie d wil hot the reach of every Invalid of tha
.sou) by all nnt'Goisrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!!!
ADJI'STARLKhhiI I'liKTAl!!.!", f. r stores nud
Can change space britwKin the sbelvi a In a mo.
ni 'tt. No tiouiilf! to put np. Noun to take down.
Write for tiescrlptlvo circulars, prlc lists, 4c,
Address: PATHS I' MIKI.V'INti I'll ,
: fill W. Miidls.in St. Chi. ago, 111.
Y(UN(i 'I yon want tol earn Tclegra-
1 'l 1 ii piiy ) J, -,.w (I1tha, and ha
certain of a situation, addiess VaU iitlne llrolbura.
Janesville, ' Is.
UVKRl'ISKHsj send for our select Hat nf local
' A-lleu .:iHlii r. i:,..t 1 lf..i.-..ll i. ,.. I.) u .
I -' wi vu in kf'lUlU Ob.
N W A !) V K !( ! (. K M fc N Ta .
ouri' ol iifr.itulti, Pitit.if-, ii'iil., '!'"t''r, Dili Hor,
cmrt; r..r, .nucuriu l f tscntfi, ( Rlrirrrt lm OT
n i'1'i'kiiu, raiuatm ' ,Uin l Jlllf , R'tt) Uli OltKia
llitVUt'l. Il Hlfr ljll Alt lln.jo.l. ami
country itnre kfer. .rll it. ((. y, HtWmrt
A I... I'rm.'. IMIt.tii.!. ... !..,.,
7,eo.t n.' w. J- sy y ' vet"'
(.'Inln.i'llcrstlie' .niret minriHiif ninMng nimlur nviilhl
iwolit.froiu inn- i inu'itMot into slWHi or nioro ileal in
Kai'h irvMutK'r ufi t tin- 1'HHcitLuf iminliinc. nipitiil )i the
i'Awlh 10 to WKi tor ivnt. iiiU'!nliatil nn-tulily. It
(K)rtrtrif nin'miiittirifMMit rui'ti im tnU'r. Bhui"- W each,
nil'rn iIj'i'. nniift--ilik', triinfiVriLiil, A iviiuhlfi.'or-riM)iii-nt
witiiUtl in I'viry uwi, Bfitil inluitnipnta.
Ki''nn;Uirv Cirn'iiir w-nt fn-c. Afbm- H. l:. KhlMjilo,
ii Cu., K7 h V,'J LaaSulIc Bl.. CllLCA(iO, luu -
felR, KLINE'S GREAT
J3 im ui7 Uuiin iNnKr.ui
IDi.sask... iVnta si iim reee .-oil NrnvsArrai
rio. r iTj,Fi! ersy.-iu I N t A I l.llll.K li taksa
J1. ,liri trd. Jlnrlni.'W trrtttioy ilHMr. Trt'klISS t
11 trial tiertltri,o tu Kit l ss,tfiv piivin i-xiirnsfl
etiarir'-s (in hi.ii.whsn rscslve,t. Send inoii.,P,O.Mid
,.spr,..,IUr,.siiritttiris, to I'K KI.1M-: 'II Arch
.Sl.,Ptnlsil' ly Itrugit. linear ut AVumis.
Or EVEHY KIND CHEAPER TBAITSVES.
Rifles, Shot sunn, Revolvers, Ammunition.
1 lulling Taeklo, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Knors, Skates, llnmmoeka, etc.
LarBe Illuatriiteil ntalogue Fit EE.
GREAT VvESTERN GUN WORKS,
ao m i
WANTED I Udies and (lentletpen, to en gap
witli lis to sell several Ireful lloiiseholil
Artieles, I'rollia lurge Ln'.jur la light.
Kxeluslva torrltory ulven. No competition.
Tenni ll'H'ntl. Cin'tilnn FHl'K. Address
lien it t Uaiiufuct'g to., llox Nils, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swedish Inaart Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
Tt Will thnmileblv evtormlnufo Rnuehna Ants.
Bed jtiig"), r'lens, Llee.Tnlnieeii nnd CottonWorms,
Moth, ete. It H safe, sure, e!"iiiily and cheap. It
will not poison niiiinuls or fowls, Sample puck
nu'os by until ;0 certs, p.ist-pnlil. Stamps taken.
I'lrenliirs ft Al'oiiIs VVanteil, Address,
J.I I. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Pof all kinds for salo very cheap.
VJiCataloguos froe. Address, RICHARD
9 1 E HULL 1 CO. Dox 868. l'lltaburgh, Pa.
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