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WMPifllflKMBWH f l)laJsa)k aa"ts?MasMayjM
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present Rgneratlon, It la for the
(Dura" of this diseaae" and its a'ttondants',
SICK-HEADACHE, BILIOtTSH ESS.DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, etc., that
TUTT'S PILLS have gained a world-wide
reputation. No Kemedy lias i ever beea
cllacovertd thafacti so i "gently on the
digestive organs, KiylDK thetn vigor to as
similate food. As a natural result, the
Nervous bystein i liraood, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Body Robust.
CIiUIm and Povor.
B RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Har, hti:
My plantation Is In a malaiiaj district. For
avaral yaara I conld not make hair crop cm
account of bilious diseases and chills. I was
nearly dlacourageit when 1 bftgao the us of
TUTT'S F1LLH. Tba raault was marvelous:
rViy laborers sood ber'amn hearty and robust,
aud 1 have bad oo further trouble.
Ther rllrr lh rna-onreit I.I r, eleanae
llw HI.mmI from MilMinoui humors, nnel
rUM the ImikcIi Ki art lialnnilljr, rltb
unl ahli h noonr ran frrl h-II.
1 ry I lilt rriuvdy fitlrly.avnil you Prill ffnln
n halthi Dlinllun, Vlaroi.a Hody, Pur
IiIimmI, Mrunir rrfa, and a Mound Lltrr.
I'lic. im rut. oiUr,. Murray mu N. V.
TUH'S HAIR DYE.
; a v II im fir Whisk km changed to a Hiimiv
a'.t, hk ly h ainirl Hppllrti'.liui of thin Dvk. It
I -nti.-.i is a nat'iral inr, am! ft'-t lnsiniitnrii.niiiily.
lii1 liriigglata, ur im'OI by 'xpiviu on receipt
of One fhillur.
Office, ftn Murray Street, Mew York.
(if. HITS 31AM Al. of talttabln
Information unit I'mrul Hrcrtpti I
trill 6 maUrd till on apvlicot ion. f
The 1U 1 ami Worth Um
are never imitated ami counterfeited. This
in especially irueof a family medicine, and
it in positive rot tlmt the remedy imita
ted is of tlit; higlicht value. As bwii aa it
hn.il been tested ami provfd t y the wlnde
worlJ that Hop Hitters was the purest, best
ami M't valuable lamily medicine on
earl li, many imitations hjirun,,' up aril be
to steal the notices in which the press
and pfo)!; of the country had expressed
the merits of II. Ii., ami in every way trying
to induce sutlerino; invalids to use their
Mutf instead, expecting to make money on
the credit Htid trood name of II. H. Many
others darted nostrums put up in similar
style t'i II. H , with variously devised names
ii which tlie word "Hup" or Hops" were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the (tame as Hop Hitters. All
such pretended rciuudie orcures.no mat
ter what their style or name is, nn 1 es
pecially those with the word "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected w ith them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware of thcni'
Touch none of them. Use nothing but Ken
nine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster
of green Hops on the w hite label. Trust
nothing else. Prmri.'its and dealers are
warned against dealing in imitations or
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
a t'onltko I'll re
Fersll Painful fomiilslsts and WraksfsseS
to ooiumon to ear brat fcnalc population.
A Medicine for Wonun. Invented by a Woman,
l'ropared by a Woman.
T flrttt aMIfiU llliiw; Slunlhe D ef lllilary.
trit ri'Tlv,- the dronpln oplrlls, Inrlgnrato" and
bjumiuilafu tha onrnl' functions, ttiven almtlrlty and
flrmnena to lha itcp. nwlnrix t lie nut ural lint re to ( If
sjn, ami rlAiits on Ilia pais ehi-i k nf womiaii the f rn, "
rniioi nf llfc'ii Hprlnu ami enrly nimmer time,
f Physicians lie It ind Presoribo It Frool,.-S
Itmmovoa fslnlnms, ntulonry, d.-stmys allmvln
f..r tlimiliit,andrtlloifiviwakniuiof the t.mch.
Tlmt Miliar of busrlng down, raiiilnnln,ol(flil
n I liM'kwhe, Is alwAynpernwnently rurpd hy ll ue,
For lbs ure of Kidney Comulalnla ef elthor sci
this t'ompaaad la unaurpsMrd.
1.TIMA K. riKIIA m.on IT II IF! Kit
lll"iwl.iiilKle tuna and al r.-til It the nyiU'ii".
man wumnii ur olitld. Innlat mi having It.
n.ith the Compound ami lliood Purlflnr are prepared
at US and KM Wertorn ATcmia, tynn, M. 1'rloenf
sillier, 1. Hlxbolllasfnrlft. Hani by wall In the form
' ufTiill". "f ' Iiifimee. nn iwilpt of prlre, per bni
f.iroltlier. Mm. I'lnkhemfret'ly answers all imtariof
loquljy. Kitolosn 3ot. taiiip.Hiind f orpsmphlet,
Nn finill ehnuld S wltlimit I.TM H. riNKHAM'B
rivi-u 'll.l.S. Thny cms eiinnlliisilen, hllluunniHis,
and Wri tdtty of tlo Urer. m oeiiu r box.
.y..l,lh nllllrusAtlsls.'! 0
a a '
HARRIS REMEDY CO.,'V
at mi!. I STa t h.aliU ana Salt Praa'i of
yni Urn tn4 eihi ra who niiT)ir
tiara Nurvoui tod I'litnlrtl Debil
ity, Prtmitmt Kihtumlot and
iii.lr aianv iliNinir onimaiiu.nisi,
ata oiiii-kir aim raaioanr ourvo
1 np nviarnT i. pill up la HUM. SO, I tiamnK a iuiihiiii,
it, I (onuih la ITmi t otira, utilaaa In aitvara oa.a, SA I Si
(UMlnithriHi mnnihil, (I. Hint hr mall In Plain wtaipra.
Ulrwllom fbr 1'ilas tw aajHar wk Sei. HaM'hlt iWrt
Ma t' OIham Sua awat tl n etsl ttsleS es tpylltiUaa,
XIII- lain aaad
Old Time Sermons.
According to the testimony of "tin
oldest inhabitant" tho sermons (if the
old Dutch dominies in New York were
fearfully and wonderfully made. "As
there was uo hour glass in the pulpit,"
he says, "or warning clock in the bleak,
square edifice, the dominie, merely for
form's sake, consulted his ponderous
gold 'bull's-eye,' and placed it out of
arm's reach before beginning his (lis
course, but whs only restrained in his
zeulous labor of love by utter physical
exhaustion. Men were strong then,
ministers' sermons were long, loud,
ponderous, nay, even muscular they
clinched each telling point with a heavy
right-hand blow on the sacred volume
beforo them, as if resolved to lix it there
for all coming generations. After tho
pewter plate had gone round for pen
nies, another eight-stan.a liyinti, clos
ing with the tloxologv, was shouted,
w lieu followed the benediction, which
to-day would be considered a prayer of
reasonable duration, but was always a
blessing to youngsters; fur during its
delivery they were permitted to stand.
On the wall; home grandmot her said the
sermon was full of refreshing consola
tions; father spoke of its vital power;
mother thought the Doctor bad never
been happier, while the children were
delighted when the massive Bible was
shut with a slam, denoting a speedy ter
mination of the sermon. ' The promi
nent points of the morning lesson were
again set before them in tin lengthened
grace, ere they were permitted to eat
the cold apple pie, merely as a sustain
er of nat ure, that they might be fortified
in the inner man to endure the after
noon and evening services, which were
nearly equal in extent and power to the
grand trial of the morning."
How Millions of Falim Teeth are Made.
In a Wilmington (Del) factory false
teeth are made by the million, and the
process is thus described. "In the pro
cess of manufacture the silex and feld
spar in their crude state are submitted
to a red heat, and then Middenly thrown
into colt) water, the elVeet being to ren
der them mure easily piilvn.ized. Hav
ing been ground very linn in water, ami
the water evaporated, the two materi
als mentioned are dried and sifted. The
kaolin is wa-le'd and free from impuri
ties. TheMj materials, with feldspar,
sponge, platina, and flux in proper pro
portion fur the enamel, are mixed with
water, and worked into iikhmcs reem
bling putty. This done, the unbaked
porcelain mascs are ready fur the
moulding room. The models are in two
pieces, and are made of brass, one half
of tho teeth or sections being on either
side. The coloring materials are first
placed in the c,xa''t position and quan
tity required, and tho body of the tooth
and the gum is inserted In lumps cor
responding to the size of the teeth. The
molds are then closed, aud they are
dried by a slow heat. When perfectly
dry they are taken out and sent to the
trimmers' room. The trimmers remove
imperfections, and send them in trays
of tire clay to the furnace, w here, hav
ing remained for twenty minutes, they
Don't Be Alarmed
at Bright'Disease, Diabetes, or any disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
as Hop Bitters will certainly and lastingly
cure you, ami it is the only thing that
Making Names for Railroad Stations.
When tin-IllinoisCential Hailwaywas
surveyed through the grand prairie.how
to find names for the stations to be put
some twelve or fifteen miles apart was
a matter of considerable difficulty, for
no distinguished savage or learned pun
dit had lived at these convenient dis
tances to become immortal by having
his name attached to these" embryo
towns and cities. The late .John Cal
houn, at the time an officerif we mis
take not Land Commissioner was w it li
the engineers when locating the road.
While enjoying their siesta one day w ith
only tho lu'nine bounding the horizon in
all directions lie and his friend hit upon
a hapny and original expedient which
solved the perplexing problem without
further trouble, ".on give me," said
one to the other, "two, not more than
three, consonants in any case, and al
low mo to arrange them with any vow
els 1 may select, and we will invent
names from them. Wo will of course
reject all that are not euphonious nnd
pleasant to the ear." The plan was at
once adopted. "X T L," said his friend.
Transposing them several times with
various vowels, Tolono was the result -a
very beautiful name, "(r K X" came
next, nnd, after a few trials. Onarga was
selected. "X 1 T," and l'eotone was
soon formed. How many more names
ulongthe Illinois Central" Railway were
made in the same way wo know not.
but several others, we are quite sure had
a similar origin. But, savs oue, these
names do not mean anytliin Origin
ally, of course, they did not; but as soon
ns "a town-site xvns located and called
Onarga it did mean something, and n
very beautiful, prosperous town it is.
And so of the others, These facts arc
authentic, tis we often heard them from
Mr. Calhoun himself; and though fre
quently urged to write them out, his
modesty or pressing bminess prevented.
How much lietter are these names than
tho siring of repetitions one meets in
Xew York, as Utica, Rome, Ithaca,
.Syracuse, and, for eleganco and beauty,
ilorsehends and oven Skniioatcles.
Took Her by Surprint).
They had returned from a Sunday
evening conference ineeiiug, and were
sitting in the parlor enjoying each oth
er's presence and their gooil clothes.
"Mary" said he, In a timorous sort
of way. "do you think you could lovo
mo well enough to-to - marry me?"
"Henry! You are so sudden. 1 real
ly I cannot tell you until I find out
whether the now minister Is married or
Henry went out bcncnlh the stars,
and vowed eternal vengeaneo ngainst
all divinity students.
The man of a few words Is not iin
frequently the speaker to hold forth the
longest, 'Tlioso iaw words ho never
tires of repeating.
THE J)A1LY tJAIKO BULLETIN:
Never Give Up.
If you aro suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvi-mei'l that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life strength
uml activity will return; pain and misery
wi'l cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the pr une of Electric Bitteis. Hold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hurry V. Sehuh. (")
The Portals of the Head,
the lips, allow the escape of a foul breath
when the teeih are coated with impurities
or fulling into decay through neglect. If
nn would not well nigh nauseate jour
iriends and inspire Blrangcrs with dii-gust,
rid your inouih of such Augean odors by
puril'ingour teeth with Soodont, which,
if I hey are not past ledeinption, will revive
their prist. ne whiteness, and reinforce ihe
thakier meinocrs of the dent tl fiiini'y.
MiiHol'tho Fal hers Visited on the Chil
dren. Physicians s y that scrofulous taint can
not be eradicated ; we deny it "iu otta." If
you go through a thorough cousre of Bur
dock Blood JJitti rs, your blood will get as
pure as you can wish. Price f 1.00 P. G.
Balm in (iilcad.
There is a bslin in Gilead to heal each
gaping wound ;
In Thomas' Electric Oil, the remedy is
For internal and for outward use, you free
ly may apply it ;
For all pain ami infl tinatinn, yoi; should
not 1 mil to try it.
It only costs a I rifle, 'tis w.mh its weight
And by every dealer in the land this reme
dy is sold.
The Right S .it of General.
Jacob .Smith, Clinton street Bialftlo,
says he lias used Spring Blossom in his
family as agcneril medicine for cases of
indigestion, bowels and kidney complaints,
mid disorders arising front impurities of
the blood ; he epcaks highly of its efliicacy.
Price 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents. P. G.
Years of suffering.
Mta. Barnhart, cor. Pratt and Broadway,
Buffalo, was for twelve years a sufferer
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy witliont avail, was entire
ly cured by Thomas Electric Oil.
Virtue Acknowle Iged.
Mrs. Ira Mulholsnd, Albany X. Y.,
Writes: "For several years I have suffered
from oft-rccruiting billious headaches, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pecu
liar to my sex. Since useing your Burdock
Jlood Bitters lam entirely relieved.
Price $1.00, Paul G. Sehuh agt.
Never Too Late to Mewl.
Tho?. J. Arden, William street, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
has worked nu me splendid. I had no
appetite; used to sleep badly aud get up in
the morning unn freshed ; my breath was
very offensive and I suffered from severe
headache; since using your (Spring Blossom
all these symptoms have vanished, and I
feel ouite well. Price 50 cents trial bottle
10 cents. P. G. Sch di agt.
J.F. Davis, of Portsmouth. Ohio, sold iu
one ear fourteen thousand boxes oi "Sel
ler's Liver Pills." They cure nialwria.
Allen's Brain Food positively run s nerv
outness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send lor circular to Aliens
Pharmacy, U15 First Ave, X. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
Xew National Byes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directicts ic hriglist
and GerintiD. Price 15 cents
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Stdlcck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
A Cough. Cold or sore Throat
should bo stoppetl. ANeglect frequcntl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or ou-
sumptum. Brown s Hrom lnal i rocliea lo
not disorder the stomach like cough ny.ips
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
Pu'ilic Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
rucon.memled by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for newly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Hucklen's An lca Salve
The Best Salve in the vorll for Cuts,
Bruises, 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 satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Dit. Ivi.ink's Ghisat Nkkvk Ukstowkr is
tho marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bend to !KU Arch
street, Phi lad el phi, Pa.
Personal 1 To Men Only I
The Voltaic P.clt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
I rial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who aro alllictod with Nervous Debility,
Lust Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy nnd complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above, N. B No risk is incur
red, us thirty days' trial i. allowed.'
DR. X LIN tl'8 GREAT
in ul; liuiiN iKii Nn" a
DiBSHa. Ost.vsi kv ct 10: nm NrttvsArric
tioHa.F ns.Keii Kisr.eii' I.N S'AI 1 I1J1.H II ikn
aialneirS. Aa'anfreS'li'"v'aaa. I'rratiaat
tl trial bnttla frsa ta Kit Cusa.tliar paylnt ranrau
oharas.nn boa, whan raaelrd, Sanil nains,P O ana
satirsaaaaiirrMntaniirtsii in inni,inn,nii nn-a
SM'kiUMla.t'.'t car lanra'i.l. iksow frtuU,
THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1882.
Ay K.V'J'8 WANTKD. A riirechno.ee
to BiiiKu ruoiiuy raiilUly mii) our uew book.
iew York by Nunlijrht ami
nuowinuup t'ieNcw York of tu-dy, with Its
pal aces, 4 crowdwl tliorouirbfares, lis running
iraiiw, us co'lhtlc-ea slants, Its romntiru
Its mystery, in. (rk c riinee and Mrrlliln tragedies,
lit Li.ari t iN, and In fart evnry plia-e of hln la tlio
Krnai my, lion't wsetu 'linn slllii(f slow hooks,
hi.t send lor ci roil srs (rlvini full Ulno of cotitonts.
tuniis to aijis, &o . Prosunrliis now ready and
territory In trest d.-ninnil Address
Mr;usn lidos. & l'AVN K, l lticlniiatl, O.
Indian Blood Syrup.
IivspejiMla. Liver bis
enses. Fever and AKiie
Heart bisense, Hilinns
ness, Nervous Lielillity
THE 1 1 EST UKJIEDV KNOWX TO MAN!
hvelve Tliousand liottles
Sold Since 150!
I'hie Svran noim.-a.ea vnried tirnnertiea Ii mini.
ulales the ptyallne In the saliva, which converts
the starch and suiiar of the food Into ulnci". A
deficiency in plyaline caii'es wltid and eourinjr of
mo mini in in- sujiiiocii. ii uie inenici e ,s hki n
immediately after eating, the h-rineutalton ol l,i, d
It acts upiiu tbe Liver,
It acts n pou the Kidneys,
It Herniates the liowels,
It Parities the Flood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes. Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Curries oil the Old Wood nnd makes New.
It, Opens the pores of the Skiu and Induces
It neutralizes the hereditary laint, or poison in
the Mood, which generates 'scrofula, Ervaipclas,
and nil manner of Skin Diseases and Internal hu
Diiir. There are nn spirits employed In its nianui'arttiro
nnd it urn betaken hy the most delicate bali'Mir hy
the iiijed and feeble, cure only beiuu required In at
teiitl. n to ditect one.
Clalva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffer!!) from Sick Headache and D nasi-
nose su that I could not attend to mv household du
ties, and a short trial ol Dr. l lnrk Joliiisoii n lt:dl
; an blood -Syrup eflei-iuallv cured me.
Waterman Station, DcKalli Co., ills.
This is to certify that I)r ('lurk Johnson's Indian
Wood Svrilli has cured me of I ' tit it in the lU'-k. H
Is a valuuDle uiedicinn. MKS WOOD,
Centre 11111. White Co. Ark.
I'ki lr A..rl i ft- Oi u, I u ,. nflli.'t.wt U O I, t'ulm.
( tHiiini of the Heart for main' vi urn I Iried dill.-r-
ent doctors, whoje presoriptioii" tended more lo
weaken tie' Hem they did to -trenyili'Mi. I b, hist
r. s lvet to try Dr. Ciark Jotir.sim'e Indian riiood
Svtup. which proved to be a ti i'iiive cure not on
ly curing t he Heart Disease, hut also a sick llcau
a'ch which had been Iroublini; inc.
MUS MARY A. MKAL.
I was afflicted with I.Ivor Comnlaint and Dyspep
eia nnd failed toeet relief, all lion'h usiiii! mdl
riues (rum our best doctors I commenced usiiirf
Dr. .fohnsou's Indian lliood Svrnp. anda short trial
cured me. T. W. R1SIN(. Moline, III.
This ci rtitlea thHt I)r. C'ark .liihn-on's India )
lliood Svrttp h is eiliclunlly cured mi- of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said In praise o' It.
V. E. WlMMt.K, llenloid, Mo.
Ai'iiuts wanted for the sale ot tie; Indian lliood
Svrup in every town or vOIiikb, In which 1 have no
aijetit, Patticnlars given on application
DHCUUISIS 8KLL IT.
Utiratorv 77 West 3d St., N. Y City.
JOTICE TO CONTIlACI'Olts.
CityCl-rk'sotllco. Cai'o, I I , Aug. S, tSS .'
Sealed proposals will he r feivrd at this oltlco
directcl to the liv council, of the city of Cairo
until meeting of tho rby council Monday evening
August II h. lss I lor fiirnlsning the material nii f
doing the work or doing ihe work necess ry lor
I In. reronHtrnctloii ot the following side salks. tolm
constructed of wood, viz: n the west side of
Commercial avenue, between J.Uh and J.'iul streets.
The contractors to use all old material lit for use.
A good and siitlklent bond for twice the iiuniiint i f
hid must accompany bid. Tile work to be done to
the satisfaction of the committee ou streets. The
right to reject any or all bids resmvi d bv the city.
D. .1. FOLK t, City Clerk.
INJECTION, is aposltivs ours for nil DlseharKC".
Bttnln(t. Binartlng- and Palnftil Benaatlous ot the
CB I Of) Pr bottle, For sitle by all drill?-
1 . v w ,-,- nr n1T. s 1, v Kxorraa on 111-
celptof price. JOHN D. PAHK 80Nd,
17nsnd 177 Sycamore HI CINCINNATI.
OHIO, 1'louae menllou this puuur. s
Forsaloby It.VUCl.AY IllllH., Cairn, III.
eu a O
YOl 11 CAIMTAIi.
nrtion ilcsirimi lo Itmhe inoney
OIlH i ulliillil litediillii iiiveatliieiita
lii eriini, ii-nviKieiin and ntnek
Hii' ollltb) ', enn do so by oiel
utiiu: mi our plim. 1 I'uiirMuv 1h(,
l-s, to tlte pieseiit mite, ml in
v .;tii,e'tU ef I II im to. I .null, ensh
ir iflM Im v lienil renlued nnd
I'liid to iiivesteis aiii'Uintiim to
several tinieii t 'i' nru:ilial nneht
llient. ill leinlim tliei'iimiiio "'
veal nn tit nnil.i'it! Iinuo".' ol- m
n tm Ninteineiita ef fuml w
sent. tree. We wulit lespmiHililo
imonts, wlm will report mi crops,
ami tntroiliice tho Choi, laberul
ciuiiiuiiis una ciiH. Ailitresa,
ti.KlllllMi A M,li.",.',iil.L
mlal..n Men-hanla, Mujur Blot'k,
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
riflKsTKIt. ttlst joir opens Heptumhnr 1,1th.
yMiiw lliilldniRa. Suporlor arcom modal loua.
Appiilntnienls compliie, Knisllsh, CoIIikIsio,
l liiiinleal, Civil K'H.'noi rlri( co irses. Dreus
onterred, Apply to W. p. lUMi.lav. Kso., patron
tairo, lil.,ortocub. THEU. HYATT, West.
Indiana Asbiuy University.
I. Colleue of Literature -tad Arts. Two coursos
- I lasslriil and I'll I osopMi ul.
II. Theoloiric.ai i oure. lnsl.iiie.tion by Uio pres
lilent and four proft ssori.
III. Law Course. Instruction bv threo profes
aoiH. ' 1
IV. Military Depar'tneut. miller chargu of L'nited
Mules olllc r.
V. I'r p'iratory school, tslx skillful an t expert
en I teachers.
Tullloll fiee. .allies ami eelltleinen ail in i t toil .
-in ioii hciilthv. K'rsl t.-rm begins Sept. 111.
A 'iply lor ciilatofoie In
A1.KXAN KI MA 11 1 IN, I I,. D , J'ree't.
Urti.tii astle, ludlana.
TuTIC E TOCUM'ItAC'fDltS.
Ci'y Clerk's ii'l'c , Cairo, III.. July :)ts', lHsj.
Sealed proposals will be received ut ttiis olllcu,
directed to the city council of the. city of Cairo un
til meeting of the council, .Monday eveulng, AMiciet
I lilt, Ish;, for furulshiiiK the material and dolni
the work, o doini4 the work n -cessiry lor ihe te
coiistrucilon oi the lolliiwltiir sidewalks, to be con
struct, d ofwood, viz: On tins east stile nf Wal
nut at reet. between Fourteenth an I Fifteenth,
sttecis A irnod an-l siiliicl-'iit bond for twice tho
asiount must a-iompanv all propositions. The
work to bo done to lb" svlsiar inn of ihe, commit
tee on "(reels . The ri'ht to re ct any and nil bids
reserved by the city. D. .1 FOLKY, t'll Clerk.
yd ici: tj con" i'kac toks.
t lly Cle-k's oil!.-.'. Cai o, Ii . July .Ust. Jssj.
Sealed proposals will ho received at this olllcu
dir cted 10 the city rnuncil of Hm city ot Calr
until ineellni; of council .Monday evenlnc. An-eii-l
1 Ith. 1sh- for lurnl.hl'ie tho material and
d I lift thu worn, or d diii; t he work, necessary lor
the recinstrni: Inn of the fel!niviii sidewa.ks. To
be reconstructed of wo, id. vir.: Ou the westerly
side of Walnut street, bciwvcn llth and 1 ltd
sir H. and on I'm soMlie ly side of Mh steeet
runnlnu' I"') f ef w -sti riy from Wasliirirtou avenun.
'J'u In i ons!f n .:d of brick, viz: lb) the southerly
sirfe Dl.Mh streni riinninu feet weslwa-dlv from
tv uiiiut s reel. A provided liv urditianc.o No. '.S.
approved Novem'ierilrd, ss, wbich Is on Hie in
th s oilice and su'ij 'ct in ctainiii.ition at any lime.
A i.nod axd sul!l icut bond for tw ice thu amount
must iicMmiiaiiv all p'opos It'Uis The rli..t to
f'jecl any sad all bid i res., ved.by the it y.
O..J. tr M.M ,1'iiy l lera,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MJRK. The Croat Eng
jJaV lish remedy. An
fM iinl tiling core for
"if -Jj; seminal weakness
w, Sff iiperniiitrnliea.ini
M.t(r potencv .id all
l Si iliseA-es Ibul folow
a S .1 siMlll'UCC
ol sidfabus.-; nj,
ieiuiO J lci!:-;iltiiverssl I issltude. c.
"pain Ol tho hiirk, '
(llmness of Vision, nrenmliire olrl
other Uia.-ases Iliat lead Id insanllv,
or a ;iremaluie erave.
i-Xfr nil I artic'ilars in our tiarniihlet. which w..
I'isire to send free bv tirtll to evervone. I'ayThe
.--peciac .vii'iiiclee sold bv all driliirUls at 1 nar
par aace, or six pack aires for J.'i, or will be sent tree
bv muilou receipt of the money, bv addressing.
TllJt (.HAY MEDICINE CO.,
IHTtrAlx, N . V
Ou ai'Cc'.int of connterfeitH. u-n hn a l,.m..H tl,,.
Yel uw W rapper; the only neuulnfl. (iiiaianiues
of cure issued
Sold iu Cairo by P. U. SCCII.
Whnltsale Agents, Moirison, I'luuiV- Jt Co.,
Electric Appliance! are srnt on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UM3 OR OLD,
"rno arf mifrorinff from Nkhvovi Pkiiuity,
T I.ort Vitality. Lack of Nkhvk Fokcr 4N
VlflnR. WiRTINO WliAKNKSM.S, .Iinl all ttlsi(' tliM'HNft
Of It 1'KHHliKAfa NaTI'UK Ii :m;t HUT from AfM'tiKH umj
( 'TURK i'a I :. K lv liMM-f .ui'l I'-iinpli't' run to
rn ti nnf H KAI-TH.V IG'Gl .Hid M AMIOI'IXiCaKANTKKU.
Th irramii'sit- (iiwtivi-ry of the Ninrh-i-mli o-ntury.
fct'inlututH't' tor UluxtmU'il lJ.unjliiL't (rev. Ailitruim
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSKALl, MICH.
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Meear.Seabury ti Johnson, Manufacture
ins; Chemists, SI Tlatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years wa
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and tho Fublto prefer
PeriBQTi'si Capclnn Porotna PlnsW to all
others. We consider thorn ono of the very
fow rellablo housohoU pemedios worthy
of confidence. They aro superior to all
other Porous Flusters or Liniments for
HcmfioiVwCnpclnp Planter is penult
rarmaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recotmlsed by
physicians aud drugg-iuta.
When other remedies foil pet Ben
son's Capcino Plaster.
You will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
trioal Masmotio toys.
S S I 'U ft" ft K.H Kfi YA T I.AsiT." pries' JJrls.
I M EAU'SJIciitcd COy iurujnM
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS K.j?;
lllmid, anil illeninpletelr rhange the blood in t h. an
tirn systsni In t hre tuo ilha. Any person s ho will tans
1 pill each niulitrmui I to 111 mwkainsy bs restnrad
toaound haallh, l( Mioh a thma lisissialhls. Holil
crvwhars. or asnt b mall for H laltar at jmpa, I. B.
doussoM A Co., Beaton, Mass., foruierly llamjor, Ms.
(BEFORE AND AFTEM
NEW BO BLOOD
Tho sgotilea of Ulllona Colic, thu Indlscrlhahle
pangs of Chronic Indigestion, the debility and
menial stupor r. snlilug roni a costlvo bablt, may
be certainly avoided bv regulating tho system with
Unit sereejble nnd refreshing niandard Prepara
tion, Tarrant's eielizer Apcriitt.
rroetirahlo at all DruggLsta-
810 to 20,000
III leglilm:.ie Juilici uis specti'alloii ill tiraln, Pro
vision, and sioi-ks on our pi rlected plau, 'yields
sure monihlvpr'illrs to large and small Investors.
Address f,r full particulars, J K Kendall & Co,
Com'n Merrhanis, ITT ,v K!l l.a Sallo t, Chicago HI
wlhlng to lorm an Briii:iiutance with a view to
mairiiigi), send : cel t stamp fo-sealed letter, with
full particulars, to Piper llrlgliam, Hoe toil Mass.
BOAUDINd & DAY SCHOOL
KOI I HO VS.
Fifth M-ar begins September 1, lsn-. A first-cla-s
high school; nnsectarian ; sirlcl itlclpllne'
thorough liislniciiou; graduates students In tho
classical ana coiiimerclal conrses. Number of
hoarders limited, r'.ir rnt-ilogiies address
Ui-rtV. It. Ki iSTK l(, A. M. I'ltnclpil,
hi A I'llhno slreels, Si. Louis,
YOHVfr MV ant tol earn Telegra
,IU"' pay In a few months, and Im
nn, nil,-, ami ba
ceriutu oi a stiiiailon, iiililress
daiiesville, ', ir.
MUMiFIKI.t) (11,1,1 nt'siNK.SM ( OUHME;
' Complete actual business practice, suu.J forjour-
tiat fieu .
lii w "a ii V V kt(sT;mkn f
Nl.lill.l 11. II..- U...S.I.I I I.. 1. I..
' aim di .s. ion, la, Pinirl -, Bulls, li-tier. Old Hori.
nare r.-s, Ai'frcuntii iiueshh, i.aturit) or
ApH iiip, reinalK t'omplAftitt, tiiri all QUwd
r lMa. li utter fails. Alt driiciit. md
country Hurt kefinrn mil it. K. K. NHUr
th V.1.: 1".. ict .rs.
..w.t. ' tr .ies
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. ... io- ..!..- ..ill.- ..la
" ... . t..rw. -.-... 1V"
Ij1 ,-rtllO- ii.
Cliiii-, mli-inlbe smi'st miiini,i mill tin,- nvtilnr monilily
lirnliKIr, mi in tiM inputs. nf f Iniotli'OOuriiiiirndiidiiiL'in
lun-h iiieiiilsr tret s r tic Ih-ih-IIi oi'ii'inlinnil iiiiital of the
Club. 1(1 to Inn per ecru. lnviiemN pa.il monthly. Jle
Hirlsnt iipeniliiiiiHHcnt em h ieei'il,'r. hiire-i inench, '
riile.Mii -I, ie. tioniii'-wit'le, tra n-fcruulp. A relinlile inr
ri'h,iiilriit wanted in every town, fli-eeiu! iu, liirenienla.
Kxt'laiiaiitry I'lreiilarfenl. fin1. Adilo--s li. I-;. Kli.NOA14.
ico., i;7 1 i;n u.-aiioc;L.,c;ii(;A(io, iu
Or EVERT KIND CHEAPER THAU EVEB.
Rifles, Shot Coins, Itorolvers, Aimiiiinttlon,
t'isliliin; Tin kle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Uuors, Skates, Ilnnimooks, frc.
Lui't,' lllUHtrnteil ntnio),-ue FUEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladies and Gentlemen, toengag
Willi i to Nell sevenil Csetul llousnholil
Article-.. 1'iollis largo Labor la light.
1-.c1iihiv territory given. No competition.
TeriiH llberiil. Clrniilara I'KKR. Address
Hewitt Kauufaet'K Co., Hot Mils, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swedish Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will thoroughly exterminate Roaches, Ants,
Red Hugs, 1'liMH, Lire.'i'obneeij ami Cotton Worms,
Moih, eie. It in safe, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not poison animals or fowls. Sample pack
B'.'cs by mail 'JO cents, post-paid. Stumps taken.
Cii-ciifiii'N fi-p... Agon! Hunteil. Addretis,
J. II. JOIINSTON, rittabnrgh. Pa.
of all kinds for salo vory cheap.
fCctalocuosfreo. Ailiircw, RICHARD
I HULL 1 CO. Box 868, i'ltbbnrgh, Ps.
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