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TJ1E aWUO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAIIIABI.T IN ADVANCE.
AH Communication atiould he addrccd to
K. A. IJIJKSKTT,
I'ubllaher an U Proprietor,
Uocaperativo rower of tho Ctyprvs.! Treo,
III till! mmtlii'i'tl MVitlim t!m ilei'Mii
(iih r imv-s hi'inls iii Mi'ilis from ils
routs liki! Mraw lied.iws, ;timrniilh'
tu air ihrni y kciiin;r y:u niiovt- w.v
ti r. Wis liavu u livt! oi l:i:it variety on
our lawn -u Kiuily lii.tin. wlicru wii.-r
lii'Vi-r i'oiik's cv.n., w!k:ii it, ruins - tliitl
(((iiliiini's Id 1 1 1 j it-i routiil kimlis us
if it was "rowing iu tins li-iu:il Swattiji
in Vir'iiii;i. lYi'liaps unotlicr i;i-u!iuri-ty
of .t c prf.-s may In; new to soiucof
our n ;ui rs Alter tran-l;nitin', it
jrrow iiji u 1 n-:mt iful i-rtmr, until it iviieh
nl about forty fait iu lu-ilit. when n
Murm of sli-i!i unci wind broke) oil" about
oni'-tliinl of its Iriitli, leaving liv(! of
tlic ivni:iii)iii;r limbs of oijiial Icn'tli
six to niiii! feet - standing routul at an
tingle of forty-live e",r'.'s. In brawl v
bi'in (h'Niroyi'il, I only waitcl for a :
vt'iiicr.t, ojijiortiiiiily to ri'tnovc it; but I
soon olm-rvi-il Unit one of I lot live lonjr
liniliM was t.iriK"! iiji ami t:t!.inr tint
i!;icu of llm iiiisin to. Afi'r its creel
position w as iiiiiiieil it rrn;w threi; feet
l its fellows' one, mul the tree is now
ns straight mul symmetrica! a cone us
before its accident, without crook bend
or enlargement at the, place of tracture.
I have noticed two spns of one year's
growth on evergreens tuin up ni this
way, but did not suppose a limb hoven
or eii'lit f' et Ion;.', with many hide
limbs, and live or six ears old, would
net iu tin; Name way. When the leaves
are down, you can we w here the break
was made, by the upper limb being
More blender i;ud the bark smooth.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Maritime; The be-t way lo shorten
Hale is to stoi iidverlisiii.
Women's temper mid the took mark
et (ire very uncertain.
It is easy enonpli for a vocalist to
shirr waltz; to waltz a f-in is another
Iti tie bright lexicon of youth the
school-house is sometimes atbrtionately
r-poken of as '-the tannery."
liecf at nii'-nty-tive cents a p'juiid ro
niir.ds us of the time w hen the children
of Israel madr1 a calf of pure gold.
S', i i ;'. : !. the ih !::'.' (."bbW
'.I ! ' I. . 's 1 i.r.im; : !: -It's
A man never look so mil''!, l i e b
r-i-iia;.de-J vi'.!ain as w hen i is to'.d by
tin: jihot'-rrr.i.i.er to "look pleasant."
The hiefi j riee of beff is gradtially
drawing the yellow dog into the hot
vortex of the bologna sausage factory.
In ch'uity it may be l etter to give
tLaii to re. five, bw in kissing it is about
'If tl.r-i'ft was fi war, ' t.vi ati old
Mildier, "I think ttiere wui.nt iu consid
erable fear and trepidation in the ranks
of jilay soldiers."
"We'ro in a juckle no v," said a man
in a crowd. "A regular jam." said an
other. "Heaven preserve us!" mourned
an old lady.
si.ntirrmi '"1i'if w r.ltili 10 il ill v 9
It is something that enables a n li man
to say there is no disgrace in being
Hibernian (after attentively stirvpy
Uy tourist's bicycle) "Arran, now, an'
hiue that little w heel will niver kape up
wutli the big wan, at all, at all!-'
One reason why a tame alligator at
Savannah is let a'.one is hecunse of a
cin reading: "Idiots will pli a.se stir
"Does p jultry pay?" asked a stranger
of a city dealer. "Of course." was the
replv, "even the little chickens shell
The riostoi) Commercial llulktin says
that "Oscar Wilde was the first to dis
cover that there are greenbacks to sun
llowers." liull'alo Bill has made nearly .10o,i)00
this season. A broad-brimmed hat.
long hair, and fancy-topped boots pay
as w ell as brains in some profcs.-ioiis.
A Wi.-iMii -in man is under arrest for
biling the lobe of his wife's oar oil. His
defense that he was only in fun is too
thin lor the .si.e of the ear.
Arabi liev's temper is truly awful,
l'.gi pi b::s seen no such display of un
nee'mly pa -mom since Mrs. .l'otihar tore
oil' Joseph's coat-tail.
in exchange has tin urtielu headed,
"(Jet Hold of a Hoy's Heart." Hah!
The place to gel hold of a boy is the
si ru It of the neck.
Kieneh women have seven grades of
mourning. Tire sevcnlh, w Inch is for
second cousin ;, also answers for balls
and parties, ll is a happy combination.
"That's what beats n,e," remarked a
boy as he passed u pile of .shingles.
ll'r.luii Mir. "And that's where 1
catch it," remarked the small Imc, a5 he
nr. t. down on a banana peel.
"Seven thousand dollars' worth of
whioky in live days for one Congress
looks large, I know," remarked the hon
orable ioomher, "but then, what's ft
quart of rum among one?''
An axiom illustrated: "There is no
evil without its compensation," said tho
young man; "tho shorter the summer
tho loss interest there will bo to pay ou
A correspondent writes to ask us if
wool is a Miiu investment. No, it, is not.
Tho southern peoplo had millions in
vested in wool, utnl tlioy lost every
i:ci:it 01 it.
A oi.r.:r iv.an v, aHiing along the
PtrceUof ii'i.e.vfi fc-.pd I b progress
!oiMed bv a close barric idi! ol timber.
"i'"i',.il Is 'thai for?" ho asked of u per
Mm iu the street. "Oh, that's to stop
the chi leva.'' "Ah. l'vo often heard of
i board of i.ea'tli, but 1 never sr.v oae
Musical Maiden "I hopo I am not
boritiir yon, playing so much?" Kimin
ored Youth--"Oh, no! I'ray go on! I
I'd o much sooner hear you play
Kdisou has dropped Ids olertrio light,
and is now experimenting to hoo if a
cow cannot he niado to givo leu cream
by wrapping her in eongeuled water be
Physiology: "Mother, what have
peoplo got noses for?" Bsked an Austin
child of her mother who had H"i'n better
days. "To turn up at poor folks, my
child," was tho eynieaUresponse.
Queen Victoria has a great dignity ou
stalH occasions, "and looks eveiy inch
a queen." She has been a queen so
long that she ought by this time to bear
a faint resemblance to one. . .
Sho decorated her room with bric-a-hrae
and pictures, and placed hor hus
band's photo on the topmost nail. Then
sho sat down to admire her work, and
blissfully remarked, "Now everything
is lovely, and tho goose hangs high!"
"Violet, dearest, do you play that
tune often?" asked Hugh Montressorof
his allianced. "Ves, pet, ami w hen wo
aro married I'll play it all tho time."
Then Hugh went out and shuddered
himself to death.
A fond wife presented her husband
with a beautiful suit of blue cloth as a
New Year's gift. She was looking nt
him one day, when it struck her that
the cloth was fading. Said she: "That
suit don't look near asblue as when you
got it." "That is strange, for 1 feel
bluer than ever in it since I got tho bill,
I its sine you. I changed color iu soon
as I saw it."
We remember once recording the fact
that a little boy said that soda water
tastes like your foot's aleep: but now
comes a lad w ho says that Weiss beer
is thawed sand paper. This reminds us
of a Yankee on the l'acilie Ocean, who
for the lir.st time got a mouthful of
Chili peppers. When the tears dropped,
he gasped, 'Tor the love of Heaven, no
more pins and needles on toast."
"No onn has a right to lind fault with
another unless he credits him with his
gooir qualities, otherwise it would be
keeping books of debt w ithout credit,'
said 1)', icon S'lluni to J)an l'elter, both
residents of a lively little town in Maine.
"Wall, then, deacon," answered lan.
"I'll give ye credit fur bcin' a good
smoker, and I'll then bev a right t.r
charge ye with b"rre'iu' too much ter
bacl.er oil' from nie."
"I- this the place," she asked, as she
WHirlered do n by the Taii'snont dam,
"where a;, oung lady - a beautiful young
hifv fell into the water la-t season.
iilet was resillei
I by a gallant Miung
mar., whom she afterward
He looked at her carefully
her ;it a square
teeth, and said,
flirty-seven, with fal-e
Ves, ma'ani; but I don't
kuov how to s ini.'
Kconomy: "It is no use," exclaimed
Fender.soli, at the faml'y tea table; "we
must economize. Heel and mutton are
way up. butter and cng everything, in
fact. Meat once a day is all we can af
ford; and. mother, you must give the
children some kind of rhf.ip sauce to
save in butter. We niu-t cut down ex
penses some way." And Fenderson
then lights his 15 cent cigar and sallies
forth to the billiard room, putting out a
matter of two or three dollars in tho
coure of the evening. .(;! Tntn-
She was just arranging to settle down
comfortably on Alpln'ir;o'. shoulder,
and AI's eyes were contemplating her
with that rapture which i- tiie top dress
ing of a loving and susceptible nature,
when the parlor door opened and her
youngest brother, the pride and hope of
the limilv. poking Ids heel iu ex
claimed. "Saille, I've got one tips time
that you can't gue-s." His si-ier was
an amiable girl, and always humored
him, so she kindly added, "Well, IYn
ccy, let's have it."' "What's the dill'cr
ence," he asked, 'hctwi.cn you and a
butterfly?" As neither Sadie's nor Al
phonso's face betrayed much enthusi
asm over the conundrum, Percy lircd
off the answer at once. 'Cause a but
terfly has pow der on its wings hut you
always have it on vour face."
German and Latin Type,
An interesting article on German ver
sus Latin type, in a recent number of the
Deutsche itumhehau, sketches tho his
tory of the struggle in German which
must end at last in the triumph of com
mon sense over patriotic sentiment.
The Gothic typw was tho creation of the
earliest German printers, who wished
to make their hooks as much liko con
temporary manuscript as possible Tho
Latin type "antimia," in printer' par
lance was, broadly speaking, tho crea
turo of Italian humanism, which clung
to it as representing at once a close ap
proximation to tho character of classical
antiquity and rebellion against tho
monks, from whose mauuscript charac
ter the Gothic tvpu was developed. Al
ready in 1019 Liebnitz urged upon his
German countrymen the abandonment
of tho Gothic typo for the more cosmo
politan "antiqua," and in the following
century it seemed as if literary Germany
were about to take his advice. Towaril
tho end of the eighteenth century tho
now or Latin type became a burning
question. Goetlie was at onetime on
the side of change; Kant, on the other
hand, protested against the abandon
ment of the national character. At tho
present day victory is once more inclin
ing to Homo against, the barbarians.
Forty per cent, of all books printed in
Germany in 1880 wero printed in "an
tiqua," and the proportion is steadily
increasing. Tho Latin type must linal
ly win in Germany, us it has won else
where, Prof. Kelle is persuaded; but its
friends will do well to let it win natur
ally nnd gradually, without forcing it
on the country by any attempts at legis
Swell peoplo in Washington nolongor
go to the dressing-rooms to remove their
wraps at evening parties, but tako their
footmen along, and they stand in tho
ball and serve tho purposes of clothes
pegs till the party breaks up and tho
guests vanish to their homes. A row of
footmen in tho hall, heaped to thecocb
ades ou their hats with the furry and
luxurious opera cloaks of their employ
ers, is the customary sight at all great en
tcrtalnmcnts.and t he certain Index of tho
distinguished character of the guests.
A good deal is Dover lost; he who
sows courtesy reaps friendship, and bo
who plant kindness gathers lou.
CA1KU BULLETIN: SUNDAY MUUN1NG, AUGUST 13, 1882.
Narcotics and sedative murder sleep; the
iiiiiutural stupor is soon followed by ill
cH'ccts. tiiniiiious Liver Regulator removes
tho cnusu of rcbtlcBsncHS mid skcplessucss
by regulating the bowels, by establishing
good digestion and by quieting tho nerves.
Iry it, and you will soon know tho blcss
jng of gnoil henltl, and sound sleep.
"I Iiuvh been a ireat sutlerer from dys
pepsia and less of sleep. As soon as I feel
the leiist nervous I take u doso of Sin. mens
Liver Regulator, ami sleep t, 1 night.
"Mrs. II. Kkyakt,
A General SlatnpeuV.
Never whs such a rush niudo for ny
Drug Kton: as is now at 1 l uiy W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covuy for Consumption, Cuimhs and ('olds,
All pcivms nHei.tcd with Asthma, Ilron
chilis, Hoursi ness, .Severe Coughs, or any
sib ction of the Throat and Lungs, can get
s iriul bottle of this g eat remedy free, by
culling at abc ve Drug Store. (1)
Allen's Drain Pond positively cutesiierv
ousness, m rvous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 8 15 first Ave, N. Y. Sold" in
Cairo bv IVwcUv Jlros.
Goto Paul 0. Schuh for Mu. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brij-'htnetss and
durability -f color are uneqmdud. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Diricvi r.s ic Kia-'ish
and Gemini:. Price 1.5 con ta
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo suid of th-cver
faithful wite and mother, constantly watch
Inn aiid curing for her dear ones, never ncg
Icctiiig a single duty iu their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and tho ss
tfin should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sute remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Sclmh. (4) "
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth i If so, go at once and get a bottle ol
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sutlerer immediate!)
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will uot 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 safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a buttle.
Escaped from the Toils.
Juo. Hico, Liporio, In 1., writes: "Hur
rah for Sprioir Hlossom; it is all you rec
ommend it to be. My dysp psia his 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
friends occasionally?'' Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuli, Agt.
Fuck'en's Arnica Salve
The Pest tralve in the world for Cuts.
Hruiscs. Sores, Ulcers, Salt III "iim, Feve
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Ilauds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sde by Geo, F.
"SKU.Llt's Liveh Pills' have been the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costtveness, etc., for fifty yeats.
Dr. Kline's Gkkat Nkkve Restorer is
tho marvel of the aye for a'l nerve diseases
All tits stopped fiee. feud to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Mns. Dukes, of Colfax, Indhmi, liusum
uinj; sore on her ankle for two years.
"Lindsey's Blood searcher" cured it.
Persona'. ! To Men Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicauce on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lst Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above. X. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Noting the dice's.
H. Gibbs, of Buffalo, N. Y., writes:,
"Hearing your Bard ck B ood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their effects, and find that in chronic
diseases of tho bloo I, bver and kidneys,
your bitters have been singularly marked
with success. I have used them mvsell
with tho best results, for torpidity of the
liver ; and in the cusn of a friend of mine
suffering from dropsy, the (ilf jet ws mar
velous. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
J.vcoJl Mahi'Z ilk, of Lancaster, N. Y..
says your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you recommand it; myself,
wife, and children have all used it, and
you can't llnd a healthier family in New
York state Oct. 5, 188D. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles It) cents. P. (.. Schuh, Agt.
A Short Road to JleaUh.
To all who are suffering from boils, ul
cers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other obsti
nutu diseases of the blood and akin, a
course of Burdock Blood Bitters will be
found to bo a Bhort road to health. Price
$1,00. Paul 0. fchuh, Agent.
Beds of Down Fool Hard.
All beds seems bard to tho rheumatic.
Then hearken yo peevish (diners! Apply
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil to your aching
joints and muscles. Rely upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
least, is tho testimony of those who have
used it. The remeedy is likewise sue.
cessfully resorted to for th'oat anil lung
disease, iprains, bruises, etc.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agont.
Over 200,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and tho demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis.
Mo. ' ; (4)
Both Lydia R. Pinkhain-'s Vegetable
Compound and Blood Purifier aro prepared
t 2U;J and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn
Muss. Pr.cuof either, $1. Six bottlos for
". Heut by mail in tho form of pills, or
of loz .aires, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Piiikhani freely answeis
nil letters of inquiry. Enclose He. stamp.
Himd lur "Guide to Ilenlth and Nerve
Indian Blood Syrup.
2? -MiH.i , .
livspi jislii, Liver His
eiiK H. Fever ami Akmc
Henri liisi-iihc, tiil i.oih
iiess, Nervous leliillry
TIIK HEST UKJIKUY KNOWN TO MAN !
Iwelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1370!
Tills Svrup p(ii.;i(ifs vnriea propertluc Ii Mi:n
ulii' tho plvslliic In the saliva, which converts
ihe Harch and miKar or tLe f(K)d Into uiuci Ho. A
deficiency inpiyslirju Cannes wind nnd souring ol
the food In the utoniach. If the uitdid i . ...art
ImmcdihtHy after eatuig, tiie rermeuiaiton jI I n d
Is pre veil ivd.
Itactsnnon the Liver,
It aetsiipon tiie Kidneys,
It ResulHtes the Bowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and laviorntes,
It Carries off the Old Blood Hiul makes Sew.
It Opens the Tores r.I the Skiu und Induce
It neutralizes the hereditarv tur.t, or potion !!
toe Mood, whi'-h cunt-rales Scrofula, Ervsipl''
it:d til lceeii'.-r of faiiiu lu-fu.-ee aud iu.(.Tiil hu
Thi'ie are) no spirit einployeil in lt miintifactiiri
Hid tl tan btt taken by thuiniipt dillcuie Imhe.or 1"
:'e n'ed anH feehie, euro only lieluu reguired In ni
V'Utt u to direct oim.
'a!va, Henry County, Ills.
I uasniiPtM-'ue from Sirk feadurhe and D z.t
nciB so that I could not attend to n.y household du
ties, nnd a short trial of Or. Clark Joiinsou's Inui
an blood Syrup ott ienmllv ci.r-i! nie.
Waterman Elation, rnKalli Co., Ills.
i his Is to certify that Pr ( lurk Johnson's lndlun
I'lood tvrii ; has cured me of 1'uin In the Hark. It
Is ft valuable medicine. MKs W(K)I).
i outre Hill. White Co , Ark.
This t to certify that 1 was afflicte.! with l'ulpi
!:itlon of the Heart for many years I tried dtuVr
cut dortors. whoe jiresi riptions tended more to
wuikeu me than tli'v d d to Mrenathnn. Isilast
res I'.'ed to try I r Clark Johnson's Itidiau limod
i? y t u ( . which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curtnii tho H.'art Oi-enBc, hut also a sick Head
ach which lind been Irouhlhiu rue.
Mils .M HY A. NKAL.
I wii" aTltcted wllh Liver Cotiiiiliilut iiui Dvspep
sIh and failed to ft relief. althoiiL'h using' medl
clues from on r Inst doctor I tomnieuced usiuc
Dr. Johnson's Indian lilood Svrno. and a shmt trial
cured me. T. W. KfsiNU. .Molluc, III.
This . ertiiles that Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup Ipis ert'eclua ly cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he said in praise n' It.
W. K. WiMMfr.lt, Bedford, Mo.
Aients wanted for Ihe sale of the Indian Wood
Hyrnp Hi every town or villnn. In which I bavo uo
ietit. Particulars given ou appllciiton
OKl'OGIS I'S SKLL IT.
LaliratorvT; West 3d st. S.Y City.
.TOTICE TO COXTUACl'OItS.
City Clerk's o!hn. Cairo, Tl , An if. 2. t(ft
Kcsted proposals will be rcelv -dut thlsolllcu
directe" to the r.itv council, of the city of Cairo
until meeting of the cliy council Monday evenii t
Aiiv(iirt 11 Ii, IHS-j for fnrnlsniiiK tlm material and
dolu i tiie work or doing On? work necess ry lor
the roc instruction ol the following sldinvulks, to ti'
onstructed of wood, viz: n the west side of
Cominorclnl avenue, between 2!l!h aud.V.'nd streets,
The contractors to use nil old innmrlal Hi for uo
A good and sinllclent boud for twlco the anionnt. of
hid must ari'ouip'inv bid. The work to lie done to
the satisfaction of the commit i en on streets. Tho
rlht to reject any or all bids rusTv. d hv tha city.
I). J. fr'OLKi'.CIly t'lerk
INJECTION, la anoslllvn riira rnrsll Ttlanhnr.a
Btlnirlnsr. Smai tlnif nnd Pulnful Bensntlon ol tiie
S I nftvor hot tin. For snle by all druif-
' V v Hllt, or int liv Kxproaa nn re
CBiptorprlCB, JOHN D, PAilK BONa,
176Riid 177 8yoainnreKt. CINCINNATI
OHIO. Fleiueuiuntlou thla paper. AAA
Korsuloby 11AKCLAY ItltOS., Cairo, III.
Tims ileOi inu lo miikt MioiM'T
ou So nil nnd nu'diuui uiveatmeiit.a
Iu i. nun, proviNl us nnd stock
upoeiilollifm, cull do no by oer
nlmn on ouv plim. l i'oiii MiiV 1st,
l.sr.l, t l t!H piKhOIlt ilnle, ou In
viitiii"lirs ol 10 HOtoifl.oon, cash
pr uiU Iiiivi Ijmiiii reaitreil mul
puM to invrntors aniouiitltHt to
sevornl timin too oriuinnl iuvest
lii.oit, i. till li inloc UieoriRiiiiil in
vestinciit limkiiiM money or pay
nldo on clinniiinl. Kxpliniatory cjr-
i.nlin-d .. ... I riifni.t.xiils of fit Tin W
STOCK? ''iis flex. Wo wuut ipspoi""'do
Hiul introduce the plan. Llbernl
Colombia. nn paid. AdiirBjs,
MlnUn Mi voIiiwK MiJr lliwl's
rKNXS WjVAXIA Military A0ADKMY
"IliKaTKR. Slat yonr opens Hopliimher 13th.
-'Now Ilulldlnga. Superior ancoiniuoilutlons.
At.polntinunl compbte. Kngllsh, Colligiato,
Chemical, Civil Kiigluurlni( co rse. DenreeH
I'onlorred. Apnly to W IV Halliduv. Kn., patron
Cairo, 111., or to CoL. TIIKn IIVATf, Hreat.
IndiiUiii Asbury University.
I. College of Llteratii'o ami Aria. Two courses
-Classical and I'lil osophtial.
II. Theological i our-u, lu-truct on by tho iires
Ident and .our professors.
III. Law Course. Instruction bv three profe"
soi. IV. .Military Dcpar moot, under charge uf United
tiltte olllc r.
V I'r paratory school. Mx skillful sud expert
en. i-d teachers.
Tuition free. L.nlleand genilemell admitted.
Lo-iition healthy. Kiri-t term liegint Sept. :.
A iply for catalogue lo
ALKXAN jKII MAIiTIS, I.L.I). . I'res't.
jyuTK E TOCONTRACTOIIS.
Ci'y Clerk's o:llc , Cairo, 111.. July Hlt, 18S2.
Sealed ro.oa! will be received al this oftice,
directed to the cliy coiiucil of the city of Cairo un
til meeting of thecouncil, Monday evening, AHgusI
14 h. lss:, for furnlrbiug the material and doing
thnw irk. o doing Hie work iii-ceMs .ry for the re
construction oi the following sidewalk-, to lie con
structed of wood, viz: Ou the etst side of Wal
nut, street, between Fourteenth at) I Fifteenth
streets A Hood au i sulllcieut boud for twice the
amount inn-l accompany nil propositions. The
work o b-t done to ihe satisinc ion of ihe commit
tee on ctreets. The right to rej ct anv and all bids
reserved by the c ty. O. J. FULKY, Clt Clerk.
OTICE TO CON'TIiACTOHS.
City Cork's nflloM, (al o, 111 .July ai -t. Wi.
Healed proposals will his received at this olllcc
dir cted "u the pity council of lha city ol Cair ,
until meeting of council. Monday evening, A n -en.
t llth. I'sS-J, for liiruishl'ig the material nnd
d ing the wora. or ii dug ihe work, i.ecessary lor
the reconstruction of the fallowing Hidewa.ks. To
be reconstructed of wood, viz: On the westerly
side of Walnut street, hetweon llth aud lltfi
sir and ou the so ithe ly side of :!h street
runiiliig IW f et westerly from Washlrglon avenue.
To be i ousiruci.'d ol brick, viz: on the southerly
si e ol.'itii street rutining 'i'- feet westward!' from
Walnut s reel. As iirovuled bv ordiiinnce No. TH.
npproved November Ird, lsSl, wh'Ch I on lll i Iu
III. ottlce nnd subj u-t to eariiinatioii at any time.
A i?ood asd sntllcient nnnit lor twice the amount
inu-t tic, mipaiiy all proposition The rlgbt to
reject tt'iy an 1 all old . reae ved by llie . ilv.
1. .1 V iLfcY.Ciiy Clerk.
(RAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
The Great Eng
lish r mcdy, Au
nntaillng cure for
puti'ii.'. i-.iil all
dlsea-es that folpw
of elf-aliuse; a-i .
loss ot . ni'-morf,
LclorO J a.'.U'i universal I issltuile. is . tp.v:.
"pain 'Ii the line k. 10 'twjg
dimness of vision, premature old age, and many
other diseases mat lead to insanity, ;ousi;mptlon
oi a premature rrave.
J"-Kill I i aritcilar In our jiamiihlet, wlilch We
lesire to send fret bv mail to c vervone. l-vyThi
specil';c.Me(licii:e Is sold bvall druggists ni pei
o.i ck age, or six piick'iees for fs, nr will be sent lu-i
'iv tf '11 1 ou receipt ot 'lie money, bv inldre-s l;ig
1 11 h OKAY SI Kill i : 1 N V, cur,
iVrmr, N . V
On acpi nnt of coanterfia'ts, wv bae a 'opted the
e! ow Wrapper; the oulv genuine, (.iuaiantees
ol cure issued
Sold in ''Biro hy P. fi, hCHCO.
Wholesule Agents, lloir son, 1'arnbe- A Co.,
BEFORE AND AFTER
Elctr'ic Applianeci ara sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEM ONLY, OR OLD,
TTHO aro smTerlni from Nkhvocs Iiehilitt.
I.osr Mtalitv, I.Ai K or Nkkvc Fori k xu
Vioor, Waktiku WaKjis.st;s. and all tho-e .Ureases
of a Personal Nati'iir resii.unn li-oiu abi hks and
UTtilin I'Aista. Speedy relief i.n I C'iiilete re.t.i.
ratlnnof Hraltii.V iodr und Mav iio '! lie ska v tkkii.
The KnmiWt dlsenvery ot the Nlneieenili e'entery.
bend at once for llluntiuled 1' tiio.liii l fi-ee. AlJnu
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARiHAU, MICH.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralela or Kidney Disease.
Lumbago, Sevoro Achesor Pains
Arc Superior lo nil otber Pluatera.
Are Hnpcrlor lo Pad.
Are Superior to llnlmrnt.
Are Superior to Olntmrnta or Italyri.
Areauperlor to Electricity or calvanUnt
They Act Immediately.
They Relieve Pitln at Once.
They I'oaltlvely Cure.
Benson' Capcine Trtrona Pla
tera navenoen imitaieu. do
not allow your druggist to
palm off loino other plaster having a similar
founding name. Ne that tho word 1 spelled
C-A P-C-I-N K. Prlpfl W rta.
SEABURY & JOHNSON.
Alauulai tiirmg Cliemisls, New Votlt.
Him'K UKitiKDV A1.AHT. Price yr.
MF.AD'S Medicated CORN and RUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS Mi
Blood, and will eomplslely ebanaa th blood in ths n
tlra svsts m in t b rso month a. Any panon nho will Uk
to sound bssltb.ll such a thine bnpoiwilil. tioldev
ry wh m, or wt by mall lor t) l(tr .tsmp. 1. H.
JouMauM 4 Co., Uoaton, 11m., (vraMtl liangor, M
1 pillnoh nlKntfmm 1 to IVwuekamay bt rtnro
ir ii si a
NEW ADVKRTISK MENTS.
'atiire's Sparkling Specific for indigestion and
lilliotisnesH, ihe water of 'hi famous Hellaer Spa,
Is duplicated in a mo . ent wtih a apoonlKI of 'tut
runt's Meluer Aiierieul, which conlaius every val
uable c'enieet of the imrmau Spring. The great-e-i
physic nnsof Kurop proinmuca that lieu gift
of Providence he most potent of all umvu alter
at ves, and lis I'.ic-si miiu, fresh and foaming, i now
placed within the rouch of eveiy luviilld of tba
wesu ill world.
mji.i) by Ai.r. luii'ctiisra.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!!!
f'XICf LI NTON'S
AD.IlSTAl!J.Klind rilllTAUI.F, tor atoreR and
Caiclimue spare hetwien the shelves in a mij.
m o i. .o iiooiiis tu put up. .oiie to tako down.
Wiltefor liescrlptlvo e'reiilars, pric. Iisis, tc.
Addresa: ' PATKM T MIKI.VI Mi I U.,
.'ill W.Miidison St. ( .'Mingo, 111.
YOUMt AIlX ' f yu want tol earn Telegra
1 "C"' i'lljll phy ',n a lew months, and ha
certain of a situation, addre.
s Valentine brother,
I Hli'nvllic. . U.
4 DVK1M IlliHSi send for our solect lisi of local
iu.'iviva;er, Ueo. 1' Howell A Co. Ill Spruce St.
N K W A I) V K KT ISK.MKNTa.
Al ail I .111
iN old 1 114 ti ; wtirltl vuuul i- ii rr U iV
S..!P...,IU ..I- 111 t... H..1I. -IV..,..- TA
uui vi lui.iiii, ! in j rum, icucr, .nirrn,
fiore Kc, Mcrcurlnl iMiesnci, CuUrrh Lu of
Avtie. Kemnle ('oiUlalrn, ml Hlimd
uiii'tHi-i. u nevtr iujiji. All hijkmi.u- tii K5l
eniiDirr ntrf kffTicr U It. It. ft. HflUra w
At (., rrp', I'lltoliitrtrh. on tvt rvitiie. fk
.. s.l." ,-Sor1".,
a a i. ii.i i.i ot
CluliN "(tera the surest mi-itisof inukn.ir n-uiilar ue miliiv
pri.ib.friiiiinve..iiieiitHol $llifof liHieiii'iiierodinllngiu
Kneli iifu.U.i- iri-i ' 'tie bene1 1, - if coiilooitl iniiital ot the
Club. 1'iw pioper t"iii. 1 - '.."T.Uiinel niotiilily. Ite
tMi'ihiif (i-,rt-mt i.kiirt eeiit e.i. n rneml er. Slmie. tin each,
redivni I 'e -. r . A nliiilile ior-
re ..-i.i w .en., iu. e e-y town. PiH-ciul iinbi'-einenta.
lir.i.'anaiurv ("in'n'ar wot rnv. A.Mre- ll. ILKlspau.
ii Co., in it KJ Laauilo St.,ClilCAliO. 111.
Five RrQTriDC o
M tl .Hii11 o llRIS AMltl'tKVa
f)ifA?K.-. Ovt. s.iri'i :iint NmvrArrao-
riuss.Kiis.l i n ti sr.i tc IM AI.I.I1I1.K ift.ken
tnsl IkjiiIii tr.'u ti tit 4 ases.t la rsviuy. xnr.si
oliarK.iin Ix.x.wtisn r.u.lvwl. K.in'l nameH.P.O.and
iprrin ,l.lr of amirtnd to I'H hi I.N K.H'll Arob
,st.,l'lnl.'l .c Urui'fjul. hmur ttt Sruutii.
07 EVERT KINO CHEAPER THAN EVEK.
flea, Shot Guns, Revolver, Aimnunltlon,
lis bins; Tuekle, heinps, Nets, Knivea,
ivuzora, sKniea, iiainmocKa, etc.
Lnrfce llluatrntod Catalogue FUICE.
GREAT VVESTERN"GUN WORKS,
WAHtED ! Indies and fientlomen, toengaire
Willi us to se.l Severn I laefiil Household
Artlelt h. I'loflia largo Labor Is light.
ICxrltiaiva torrltorv iciven. No competition.
Terum liheml. Cireulurs FRF. It. Address
Hewitt Hauuftict'g m., liux Mis, riltsburgh, Pa.
Cireilish Iu'joct Powdor Kills
utximmfaimmnni bzj? BmaamM
AND ALL TnOU3LESQM VERMIN,
It will tlionniehlypxteniiiuiiie rtonrhea, Anta,
Bed Hug?, Mens, I.lco.Tolmci o iiii.('ottonVornjH,
Moth, eiO. It Is wife, sure, olciiiiiy utid cheap. It
will not i' 'If ti niiiMuls or fowls. Sainiilo pack
fieo by Tiiuil 311 certs, post-paid. Pumps taken,
t'irculu iiei . A't 'ols Wimteil. Alldresa,
J. II. JOK.VION. Plttabnrsl. F
of all hinds for aalo vory cheap.
Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
I HULL! CO. Box 800, ritubttrgh, Pa.
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