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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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K. A. bl'KN KTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
ofthe present generation. It la foMhe
Cure of thisi diaensa and ita attendanta,
BICK-HEADACHE,- BILIOU8KES8, DYS
PEPSIA, ' COHSnPAjnOHPaES, eto-7 that
TUTTS PILLS have KaJoed a worid-wido
reputation. NoliemadyJrias ever been
diacoverf d thatacta ho gently on the
digestive organs, giving them vigor to sj
Bimilate" food. Aaa natural result," the
Nervous Byatern la Braced, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Body Itobuat.
Clailla nnd Povor,
E. RIVAL, Planter at Hayou Sara, La.,aaya:
Uj plantation? la In a malarial district. For
aavaral yeara I could Dot make half a crop oo
acoouot of bllloua dlaeasas and chill. I waa
fiKarlr dlacouragad wbeu 1 began tha uaa of
TUTT'B PILLS. 1 ha rnoull wan marvelous :
my laborara aoon bacamn hearty aud robuat.
aud I have bad uo further trouble.
Thft rrllrT(hmiirmierd I.lter.rleana
I bo I(ImmI from tMilaoiiu.ua Iniiiiura. n nil
rautr Ilia- bowrla U mrt naturally, wills
which iiuanr run fwl ell.
1 ry UilarfiiMxlT fnlrlT, and you will tain
M ha-allli IMarrailun, igurttus lltHlt, I'lirat
llloaxl, astroiuc fr, a,uai a knunil Ll-r.
trir,lt3 tenia. IUe. IU Murray NL, N. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Unit M ik or WHUirm chanirw) In a Oiossy
rlui'K y a sinale tpli Htlm of till I)VK. It
Imparls a natural isilor.aiid aj-t liiataiitanttoualy.
h..lo tv tr'.i)ta, or -ui t-aprvna ou mvlpt
of mm Ix.llar.
Office, 8 Murray Street, New York.
(Ir. lirr 3l.4Xt Al, of Inwofcle-v
iHforntaHaH mwt Imrful Urrrtplt 1
trtlt 6c nail1 Iktl on apvliat Ion.
I'.ittfrs ait tli J'lin-.-t aul Jlest
Bitters ever Ma If.
They are ciin; .uniKd from II is, M ill,
15.IMU, .M ujilrak.; ami I 4iJh l iu ttie old
est uiii t.-t, m i iiiujt vahi'klil'.- nifliciuf
in tut wolM, and tiil.i:u nil Hie best no I
most cur Hive p u,icrties of nil oilier rew
i tiii-K, l iri4 die oeai,,t Bloul I'liritier,
Liver Il.'uUt.u, a:.d I.ifeuti'l Health Ue
o tor ins,' Ai,". nt "ii e ir'li. No disease or ill
lica!tl f in j-"i'.y lnrjgi-xi.it where tlies-)
Hitters uicd, varied and n rJ-.ct are
They give new lire and viynr to llien'ed
and infirm. To ad whose ciii.inyiiictts
rmisc irremi'aii'y of the bowels or urinary
or'iin, or r ((Hire an apetiT, Ti'ir; and
mild Stimulant Hop Hitters are iuvaiuahle,
liemi highly curative, tonic aud htiumia
tinir. without inU-xica:iO!.
No matter what ynBr teeliu- or symp
toms are, what the disease or ailment i
is, use Hop Hitters. D n't wait until you
are sick, Imt if yu only feel had
or niiMTable, uo Hop Hitters at
once. It may suve your life.
Huadr. ds luv li.-en s ived hy so doinj:.
f")U0 will he ped for a ease they will not
cur' or h' lp.
Do riot KUifir or let your friends suiler,
hut u-: mi 1 ur.'i' tie-in to u-e Hop Bitters.
Heiiieinln-r. Hop liitter5 is no vi'.ivliugnc
drunken nostrum, hut tlu Pureat nn-1
He.it Medicinu ever tusde; the "luvulid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
hould he without them. Try fie Hitters
WOMAN. ViMjHE RACEO
L.YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
, VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
A fur nre for nil H:.M.VLK VKAK
, MiSM'S, Includliitf I corrha-n, Ir
resnlnr anil I'uliifiil Irimirnalifln,
liilliiiNiimiiiin ami M 'rnllnn of
Hie M'limh, rionilloff, PKO
I.APSl S rTI'HIi iX.c.
tTlnamnt lutlielail,1 clHciu'loiu and Imnwdlara
In ItaiffiTt. It 1b a ayrent holp In pn-frnaiify, and ra
Uiiven imlu durlnir llr and ut n BUbr jmrluda.
rill'MI'lAM I HK IT AMI rilFM HltlK if HIH1.V.
nrFoB ittWunwW of the (rcnomtlra uiirant
or cither m i, It tomond to no ri'invilylhaWiai tml
bwn iH'fore the public i and for all dlwiutei of th
KlbWtTa it l tlio Crralrrt ttrmtdy in the WorlU
IVKIIINEY C'0.1IPIAINTSof Eltber Se
Find tJrcat Kcllef In Ita Vae.
1AM K. 1MNK1IAM'" II1.00D PVBIFIFn
will Driul.catB 1'vi.ry T.wnt of lluiii.Mn fii.iii ilia
Wood, at tlio rnino tuno will irlvt tone and "";"K'h '
the aynteui. marreUonM In nwult ai the Coiuiwuud.
HrrinththoConiiwurdand Blnod rurlflor are r""
ptri-d at B and 113ft Wwtrn Ari'ime, Lynn, Wan.
Irli of either, II. Blx bottlca for A. The Compound
Ii Mint liy mall In tho form of pUI, or of toMie, oa
rrlpt of Prior, II per hot for cither. Mr.. rinkUara
f,wly an.wor. all letUTB of Inquiry. Enoloao 1 cout
lamp. Bend for pamplilJU"'""" thiilir.
. i t trt t fiiiMa ConiMM
MoW'-U W'lty" i ihe Uv,.r. e.
r.oiwao ft"u i"ii"""' "
a j-Hold by all lrugglata.ni
LOST MANHOOD REyTORUD.
A vi.ii i tti ul yoliililul Imiirinlnnra eiiiiin I'itiii.
uro iioeay, Nnrvuiia DuUlliy. Lat jMnnlio'it. .,
having tried In vain every known rftinily, d:
covriHl a aiinpm ami our, wlilch be IU ''iid KUtll
to hi. fnllow.un.'rpni, ml, 1 ana J, lit IIjDjU t
43 CbHlhuiu Mt.( fi. 1.
A Wisconsin Man Agod 100.
It In Bolilom that one him tho oppor
tunity of Hueing and eonvtirsing with h
person over a hundreii voara of iigo.
Wni. Wolerman, a rosidistit of Grand
Rapids, thl.H State, wiih horn in New.
port, H. 1., Junuary 1, 177(1, at 4 o'clock
a.m. H i8o recorded in the. family
regiHtcr. Jl resided with hi parents in
Newport until 8 years of a;e, when his
folks emigrated to the then far West in
Kermselaer Co., N. Y., where ho lived
until about 20 years of age, during
whieh time ho learned tho shoemaker's
trade. Ho then moved to Wayne (Jo.,
X. Y., and afterward to Cmhs Co., Mich.,
and about thirty years ago citmo
through this city and purchaser a farm
in what in now 'Waushara County, hut
KuhMirjucritly sold it and bought near
Grand Rapids, where ho lived until his
w ife died eight ye:trs ago, whi'ii he went
to live with a daughter at Grand Rapids.
Mr.' Waterman came of a long-lived
family. His mother was Hutch ilcsccnt
and his father an Kngli-diiiian. His
mother lived to he fill arid hn father Hi i.
His grandfather lived to be !U years of
age. His wife died eight years n'o
aged M. He has bad twelve children.
He lo,t four that be knows of and there
are four living that he knows of ami
the rest have become scattered toditl'er
ent parts of the eai th and he has lost all
trace of them and doesn't know w heth
er they are alive or dead. A son and
two daughters at Grand Rapids and his
daughter Mrs. Pwtitigill, of this city,
are the four children he has kept track
of. There rue six grand children li ing
at Ma-onvil!e. He suys that he knows
of twcrily-livc grand children and
twenty great grand children, and in all
probability this i not all of them. Mr.
Waterman says that he frequently .aw
George Washington, in bis younger
days, and has seen Alexander Hamilton,
A iron Rurr and many of the leading
spirits of those days who bate passed
down to history as the foremost found
ers of the Republic The steamboat,
telegraph and all the improvements of
modern civilization have grown into u-e
within hin easy remembrance. He as
when somebody who had been down to
New York came back where he lived
and said he had seen a boat propelled
by steam the inhabitants thought he
w as the biggest liar that they ever
struck. Mr. Waterman looks no older
than many men of 70 and ko. His
second sight has returned to him, and
lie can thread a needle at arnu' length.
He hits no false teeth and but few of his
own teeth are gone. Hi; is slightly deaf,
and his white hair and beard are the
only noticeable evidence of any great
advanced age. He says he never had a
sick Jay in his life, except two yitv
a.'o. w hen he had a slight touch of
cholera morbus, and don't know what
it is to have a bodily ailment or pain as
some folks do. 'J be reporter asked him
how much longer he expected to live,
and lie answered that he wanted to liw
just as long as he could, and that he
feil a.s much as living fifty years longer
luuD he did lifty years ago.- u.-hhnJi
A Quaker Defendi Iximuflf.
A new method, of dealing with ser.
nadors was lately invited by Mr. Fox.
of Millbrook, low a, w hidi retVcts tho
highest credit upon that gentleman's
ingenuity, and which promises to he a
precedent of inestimable value Mr
Fox, when nearly CI years old, married
for the first time about a week ago. llh
has resided in Stillurook for many years,
and his reputation as a man of shrewd,
ness and integrity has never been Mil.
lied. Nevertheless. Mr. Fox has never
hen regarded as a liberal man. Ha
does not approve of the use of ardent
spirits as a beverage, and be does not
smoke. Ileiicu he has never been
known to invite his fellow citi.crjs to
drink or to take a cigar, and has thus
won a reputation for miserly habits
which not even the fact that he gives
liberally to all charities, and never turn
a beggar away hungry from his door,
cannot alter." Finally, Mr. Fox is a
tinker, and a firm believer in the doc
trine of non-resistance. When such a
mau ventured to take a wife, tho pro
priety of giving hini a serenade was in
stantly perceived by the young nien of
Stillhrook. "The old man won't stand
iintliing," remarked the leader of the
young men, "because be s loo mean,
and he can t light because ho 8 a (Quak
er, isovs, we I) lust go down ami sere
nade him all uight and seo how he likes
Now, Mr. Fox, although a non-resistant,
had quietly made up his mind
mat lie would not suiter from any pro
longed serenade. He was nddietVd to
tho cultivation of bees, and ho had on
his premises twelve large beehives, each
one of which contained a thousand or
so of tho largest and tiereest varieties
of bees. On the evening of the expect
ed serenade Mr. Fox conveyed tha
twelve beehives to the roof of his front
piazza and placed them very near the
edge thereof. He then provided himself
with a pole long enough to reach from
his front bed-room window to the bee
hives, and with a sweet and placid ex
pression of countenance sat dowu to
await the serenadors.
In duo time they arrived in force.
There were at least fifty of them, and
grouping themselves in the front yard
close to the house, they began their up
roar. Mr. Fox listened silently for tcr.
or fifteen minutes, and then appeared
at the window, and, with a gesture, in
duced tho musicians to pause, lie told
them that they must leavo his premises,
and that if they refused they would
probably be sorry. With scornful laugh
ter the young men declined to depart,
and, drowning Mr. Fox's voice with
ironical cheers, they resumed their
serenade. It was then that Mr. Fox
deftly upset his twelve beehives v ith
the aid of his pole, nnd, closing his win
dow, proceeded to go peacefully to bed,
undismayed by tho wild yells which
cuiildeiily nrose'froin his serenaders, and
without seeking to know why they lied
headlong from his front yard.
"There wasn't one of them bees that
would let up on a man under thre
miles," remarked Mm Fox noxtdny.
AVw I'orA; Times.
'Somebody's coming when the dew
drops fall," he hummed softly.as he per
pared himself for an evening call upon
his sweetheart. A knock at the door in
terrupted him; somebody had come be
fore the dew-drops full. It was his land
lady, and nhfi wanted money or his room
on tho spot. Tho joy of that young heart
was dead, the music of bis soul hushed,
fur bo was bunted.
CAIliO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, lS2.
Humbugged 4 (rain.
I saw so much miid about tho merits of
Hop Hitters, and my wifo who was always
doctoring, and never well, teased me so ur
gently toKet her. some, I concluded to bo
humbuggged again ; and I um glad I did,
for iu less than two months' use of the bit
birs, my wifo was cured, ami she has re
mained so tor eighteen months sinco. I
like such humbugging. II. T., St. Paul.
I'mersoa aud Margeret Fuller.
Ralph Waldo F.nierson had returned
from F.urope, had recovered his health,
had married a second time, had settled
at Concord, and he and 1 gotten over
beii:g shy with each other; but he had
not gotten on as well with Margaret
Fuller. Margaret wrote poetry,' and
people laughed about it, and said she
w rote it in tits of exaltation, which she
called "intense times." This gave Mr.
Emerson, who was very simple and
natural, a prejudice n raiii t her.
One day, wiien vising at his house,
I expressed the wi-.li th.ti he could know
Mrs, Kmer.snti, who is tlie soul of dis
interested kindness, proposed al once
that Margaret be iiii,,-. to come to
"Ob, no," cried Mr. Emerson; "I
don't want to know a I: dy who !'as 'in
tense times, ' and writes ooetrv in
Then I went on and told how I had
had the same prejudice; how it all melt
ed away when j conversed with her.
and how, in talking with me, she had
made the whole univer-ie' look larger.
At this a-siiiatiei: Mr. Eniei on'ri f'tee
suddenly lighted, and, turning to his
wife, be exclaimed:
"Yes. tueenie, you are right. Invito'
her by all means." Let us welcome any
young woman whose citnverse can make
the whole universe look larger to us." .
rcmitti-WHim of Kliza'nik 1't'iibodi.
The New York Clipper mourns be
cause Kv didn t tell the .serpent "not
this Eve, but s'Jine oilier Eve."
Yellow Fever Prevented.
The engineers of the Central Railroad of
Georgia say: "'I hough ixpo-ed to the
worst uiinsinatic influences, fioing in and
coming out of Savanah nt liitlercut hours
of tho night, and also in spending entire
nights iu the eMy during the pn-valance of
the jellow fever epidemic of 174, with but
the single exception ot one of us (w ho was
taken sick, but speedily recovered I we con
tinued in our usual good health a circum
stance we can account for in no other wav
but by the a tree t, under Providence, of the
habitual continu-d use of Simmons Liver
ReguMor while we were exposed to this
The old need them for strength; the
young wnnt thtm tor atonic; the sick crave
them to get wi ll; the well take them to
remain so; dyspeptics need them for rt lief ;
epicures like tl.eui as an apet'ztr ; every bo Jy
takes Hops aud Malt Hitters.
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scabs.
Rordci), Selleck it Co., agents, St. Louis,
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? If so, go at once arid get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not 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 iu all cases, and
pleasant to the taste and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best ft -male
physicians and nurses in the I'nited States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
UTIC K TH CUNTKAC roKS.
IVv Clerk's ollc . Cairo. HI.. Aim. SU', lSs'2.
Scaled t lopo-als will t.e reeeivi d st this olllce,
dSrecleil to It eciiy cn'.'.ncll ol ttu city of Cairo un
til meetiuu' of Hie councii. Tun-day eveiilm:, S j I.
1'Mi. Iss ', for fiiri)lhinir the nviti rial a. -id d .1 tin
the vnrk. o-doniit tlm work n-cess-.ry for the m
cons tract loti oi th lullnw inir side milk-, to be con.
structed of wood, viz: On easterly aid" of Wal
nut street between KUveuth ant Twelfth
st eela; on the Northerly side of K lib street rule
nlniri'i'i feet wcs'i-r r from Washl'iiMon avuiiiu.
To be cotistriicted of hricK, v!s: On the nor heriv
sldo "f Kirtlt street rnnnlniz VS feet easlwardly
from Wa'liat street As provided by ordinance
No. 'S approved ov -ni'ier J-d, lss. vhlch is on
tile- In this office and suM"ct to exam1 iiniioii nt nny
tlino A eood and snlllclnit tiolid for twice the
aimuiut must accompany all propositions. The
rii-lit to reject Buy and all hlda reserved by the city.
fc 1 ' 3 I),, I FOLEY, I'll.- Clerk.
r-v-,- FRANK TOOMKY,
ili aosst ron Tiin m.s or
P'l "! Bax rut steam enuinK
'!SZ'l Cidl'sMsc Eiifilno
I. I. t
and Murine Engines
KNlilXKS A SPECIALTY.
FARM KXUISES, MACHINISTS'
STEAM PI' MPS
OF ALL KINDS, llKLTINd,
PtilU'VH and flntenil Supplien.
No. Ml, North Third Street,
l'llloADICI.rUI A l'A
Tlum iIki.Ii'Iiiu In niiiko looliey
mis i . it ' I it in i Iiio'IIiiiii iiivestliieiits
III fl it'!. tuoMHlKlia mid Ntoek
aiiei'ol.illii ii, -(in do so bv oper
nit nit on um pbni. I 'l'otn Mny 1st,
Hut, t, i tlio present iliit.o on In
V. stoiriits nf S-lli otllof l.oiKI.eiisIl
pi' illls Um s lioi'ii fen h ,ii inel
plll'l to invi -slurs II lm ill lit i UM til
S"veial t'nieti I it' i ciiiliuil Invest
oo til. -.till li'iit iiius llieonuliinl In
t' iiiiiieiii in.thuiu liioncy or pay
aide on l 1 1 1 it : i I . l'.iiilinton- en
mihlis mi l Hlilteioeiils ef fund W
sent fne. Wowiint. irsiHUislhlo
nueiits, whri will rvpnrt mi erops
niel IntroilticK tbn plan. Jjlbetm
e niiiiiii s noa pniil. Aihiress,
lI KMMI0 A Ml inilAM. f om.
mla-lua MeridiuHIa, Ms Illaekt
CliilN and Fever.
Hlmmona I.Ivor Kega
lalor Kion hruaka the
rlnlla anil carried tli
f"ver out ol tho at ate in.
Il enrra when all other
S rk HeadiiclK.
i' t llio relief ai.d cure
of this dlarr.'lin; ill.-t-a."
u.e Simmons Liv
The Keptilator will pnidtlvvly cure thin U.rlhle
dleenmt. We a. nert emphatically what wo know lo
aliould not he reuarilod a trltllni! ailment. Na
ture demands the utmost regularity of.llirt bo!;!.
Therefore an.'.t ratiire hy taklnif Nuiimnna Liver
HuKUlator. It Is harmle.s, mild and effectual.
Olio or two tulile.poonnils will rullevo all the
trouble. Incident to a bilious mute, such as Nausea
liiziiie.H, DruwhinesN, Hiatreas ultor t-utiiii;, a bit
ter had IiikIu Iu the mouth.
Persons may avoid all nttu k by occasionally
taklnu a dose of Simmons 1.1 ver Keulaior to keep
the liver in heulthy action.
corn-rally uri.inu I'nni a dlaordend stomach, cat
bo corrected tv taking Simmon Liver Iti'HUlator.
Simmon. I. iver Hernial r aoon eradicates this di
eiooj from tne s. stem, leaving the eki'i clear and
fruc. from nil luipuriiiea.
Children siifWInt.' with colic soon experience Ti
bet when Simmon. I.iver Kemilutor is adiniulrtcr
etl. Adtn also derive treat hem-lit from tin
medicine. 1 1 is not uupleasant; it l lianua-.r
and i ilectlvo. purely vnjetahla.
ULA UDlOI t tSo KIDNKYS
Vosr of i be diseases ol the bladder ordinate from
those of the kidneys. Hestori; the anion of t tie
liver fully and both the kidneys and hluiidir will
J'tyTaki! onlv the tr.-nn inc. whlrh always hus on
ilcwrapper llier'-d Z trade, mark aud siumiuir- ol
J. 1 1. Z HI LIN & CO.,
For sale by all druiit'UiH.
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
Thla new Rernsdy Is compounded
from the beat known curatives, such aa
Ho ia, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagrada
(Sacred B'rki, Buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsapa::!la, combined with an agree
able Aromatic Llixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
Thev Retrulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervouui System.
They Kromote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AKO MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ak your Iirungist tor them, and be sura
that the l..bcl ha on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in UtRe red letter?..
fCTake no other..F
At Wholesale and Retail by al I dealers.
ttOCUESTEH SIEDICISE CO.,
Bochntrr, V. T.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pllKsTKK. Cist ye-ir opens S pK-'nber I.Jrh.
'X--v DailditU"." Superior a'-ennimiidiiil'ini-.
Arpotnimouis complete. KnuliKii. C'oi'.iixiaa ,
ChemicH.;, toil I'.ti une.-rli,t m irses. Iieiriv
t'olilerrel. A;i;ih lo W I1 Haoidar. lis , patron
Cairo, lil . or to Cub. TIIKo. HYATT. 1'n-si.
! s"4.T.XV:JM ;:liiii-ipT
A New S'ir :omplll' TI .to), feinting on t,.-vtc
Si.-coiiil and Railroad Streets,
Th t'asM'llcer I not ol the ClilC u'o, St
a if nw Orleans:
I 111 not- ten trill; w shush, St.
Louts and 1'ailnc: li on .Mountain and s .uiherii,
Ll.li-lrni.il Ohio; ( air ami St. Louis Ifmiwaya
are all Just across the sireet; whllirtUi bon.
l.aniili iJ! is but one s-inare distant,
This Hotel Is tu hted hy steam, has sieatn
Laundry. Hydraulic F.lcvalor, KIc it'c (' II lu-Ms
Antoiniiilc Flre-.Mnrm. Haihs. absolululy pine sir
rrtcit sewerage aud comtilete ap:'olntinenis.
stinerh fiiriiisMtie,; porl'ec.l aorvleo; and an un
die, IKS Ulilc.
ti. 1'. l'AUKKU .V (,nI.s.sca
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric ApplLtncoi art sunt on 30 Q.iyi' 1 rial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UX3 OR OLD,
lirilo ara autTei-lnJ from NxiiTorn Penn.iTr,
V l.nsr Vn ai.itv. Lies or Shins f'oin-K n
Vluon. W sarisn WKknknhks, ami all thomi illseanea
nf a I'KiiaoNJii, Nrni reaiiltliiK from Aiic.ks ami
otnsa t'Ai sita. HihhsIv is.lier mi l eoiupli'tn rsnin.
Mtlnnof IlKAl.TII.VIOOHaUll MANIIO'IiOI'ASNTKKII,
Tile Ifrnn'liwt ilec'ivevy of On- Nllli'teenlh CellOiry.
Heiiiliilunee (or lllnstculetl l'uliiihli't live. AiMiuhS
VOLTAIC ftlT CO., MAilKHAU, MICH.
nt vt iMCfl Kuril
t. IA AUlllUSl V"'"
IN ".YE RESTORER
lOoaiaaa. Om, sa eima rna ltV.,,.",'
Imillrsiiirit, AiijKI,irtiirrli'iy'nM. Trastlss
I'i trial hnitla fraa Ui Vlt CaaaLllisy ra.ln,,;fr,"
, Km, Krii.tcrar.sui IN r A i.i.nii-r. -?
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Iatprswaililri M of affllcliil lo Ds.kblNK.WI Ari'k
eurUtlsilaHlr tmitnuut. JkKW
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ROOT &,S0S MUSIC CO'S
NEW 90-p. KA.ND CATALOO0E FOE
188? BCNT FKEE to any atilreaa. ISO lllua
tniti..ii of all kin-Uof BRASS, GERMAN
SILVER and REED instruments, toKHhcr
ilU full iiiatnii-tuiiui fcr formins: Bands, di
ii"n SBd cliuisinraiiou of iuatrumeuU
WHAT and HOW to purchase; terms for
rolll onilrec olatinir. rpiiMirtfjir Arti U'.tl.l.n
isend, if dmirisl, our liana and OrchuWa
irmar. in n, latcat popular Diusic. A'idn-flC
THE ROOT & SOkS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.ILL
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their cxcollont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. The
Public aro cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing namos. Sco that tho word
C A P C I N-E is correctly spoiled,
Are the only improvement ever
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro where other
remedies 'I not even relieve.
Pnca 25 cents.
Ecwaro of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
SCAEURY A JOHNSON,
jMauufaritnriuR Chemists, Now York.
A' -i inf i!i:.ui ov at i,Avr."i'riTOR.-i,
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS fc.&5
Illiod, and ill piiiniileietrclisnirn the Mood in tha en
tire svste in in tlireeniontns. Any person srlio will tak
1 iillem-h niirht f nun 1 to 1'j weeks mny bo restored
to hound health, if such a thina hetfissil.ta. Suld av
eiywhere, orsent hy mail for SI letter sOonim. 1. H.
JousouS 4 Co., Uoxton, Mima., furuierly llauor, Mo.
017 Su Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A va'sT'il'Si- f i eiiil tint of two medical
Conei-es, lini lii-i-ll louuer enuiiKi-d In Ihe treat
iiient of ( 'licoiiio, Ni'i-vcius, Mini niul
Jllooil Hheiixea than anv oilier tiliyaleliiu In
Kt, bonis, us cltv piiieii show nnd all old rest-il.-lils
know. ( diisultallon nt olllce or hy luiill,
1 1 re nnd Invited. A li'leinllv l.'ilk or h Is tiplnlon
roHis iiotliliiv. When II ls(neouveiieiit tovlslt
(lie city for treatment, ineilli-lnes can be sent
by until or express tvervwliere. Cunilile cnes
KUiiriuiteeil: where iloiiht exlstn II Is U'uiikly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Thysical Woaknoss, Mercurial and other
aflt'cliona of Throat, Skin and Bones, Elood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTec
tions, 01dSoros and Ulcers, Impediments to
MurringOj gheumatlsm, Piles. Speelal
atlontion to cases from ovur-worked brain.
SURCICAL CASES receive pe'ji'ltePtjPJb
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exaessss,
Intlul(rent!os or Exposures.
It Is ilf.evdent that a phvslclnii paying
parlleiilsr alii niton to scliis ol'eaHi-a sttulns
to-eiit skill, and phvalcliins In reiiulur iraellco
ul! over the eonnlrv kimwlnu this. fieiiienlly
recoiniiu ml ruses In the ol.lest olllce III Alii'-rlca
where r-ery known appliance Is resorted to.
and the peo ril (fooil ri'iin'ili-" of all
nue nnd I'otinti-li's are t I. A whole house is
ii seil lul-olllee imriHisoa I nil are In sled wltli
skill In a respectful manner! and. kiiowliiK
what lo do. no experiments are iiiiule. "nc
roimi of Hie W'l-eat liuiiiher iipilylntr. His
chaiues are kept low. often lower than Is
ileuninded hV ollicrs If you secure the "kl'l
anil net a speedy and peifecl lift-cure. Hint I"
the Important matter. I'ainphlet, : pa6es,
sent lo any sddreis free.
a I MARRIAGE GUIDE.!
PLATES. 1 IllflnniKUL UUIUL. I fAUtS.
Kleaaut elolli and lilt! blndlnir, Pesled for M
rents In tmtii(to or eurieucy. Over fin,,""1'
derful peiipletiires, Iruelo life , srlleleaou (lit
ollowliis itililceta, Who may marry, who lion
w hv IP lrroeer aae to marry . ho marry first.
aaiiliood,VoinsuhiMHl. Physical decay. " h
should marry. Mow llteaml happiness mny 'las
increased. Tlinwi married nr conlfinplalliill
Biarrylnu should read It. It oimht to ha read
by all siTult persmis, then kept under lock and
Ici'V. rnimlsr eilltloii. iiiih' ssrIsinc. hut paper
rover and luOpsKes, UcsuU by uisll, lu tuoucsY
The sifonles of MHous Colic, the Indlac.rlhabl
pauns of Chronic Indigestion, the debility and
mental stupor resulting font a costive habit, may
he certainly avoided hy reiruiatlnK tha system with
that sirremhl-- and efreshlnif Mandard Prepara
tion, Tarrant's Hell kit A pern lit.
I'rocurtihlu al all Urnijjsls-
10 to $20,000
In lecltim ito I'lillcl.iiia spocii'atloii in Oram, Pro
visions niul Mockaou our pt-ilecUiil plau, yields
sur iiioiiThlv pr iiiis in lio" iiiid suiiill Investors.
Ail.lr.... r I-..I I r..,-,,,...U 1 L" L'.,n.l-ll .1. SA
nu. nr. ... i'.i, jmii fh niul-, iv 14 ni i'iidii ,v v
Coui'n .Merchaui", in' V, I. a .sallc at, Chicago 111
wlahlnK to form an RrqnslntancR with a view to
mai r iiiejo. send ijeent stamp fo sealed lator, with
full pirlu nlsra, to I'ipi i&. Hi l'.:lniin, It ton Mass.
BOAIIDIMJ it DAY SCHOOL
Fifth vear begins Keptemlier l. IsHi. A first
cla,s hizh school; uiiaeUuri.tii; sttu.l dietpline;
thoroiii;li Instiuction; graduates atudi-nta in the
classical aim cuuiiuercial courses, -Number of
boarders limited, r'or estsloeui s ad-iress
1JEN. K. I-'OSTI-K, A. M.I'ilnrlp'jl,
Hi 1'iibue str'.ete, M. Louis.
VlHTYfi AfiV'Y I'vo" "lint tolenrnTcli-trra-IV
I, i'lliH phy laa few uioiiiha, and he
certain of a situation, address Valeielne llroihers.
JanofVlllu, .1 le.
CPRtNiiFIEl.n (fi.i.i itrstNi-ss roi.LKOB
k 'lomuluie ai tail! business oraclii-.u, actio for Juur
II0L3I AN7SiuVi iv lSible.
Contallilnu both versions of the ;v'IiV TESTA
MENT Wt ni-ik-s no extra rliHrne fir ihu addl-
ur::;!:,1: F m hums
ELFAiAN V UKSUiSS luud.somcIIJ mu1
Our Hiniya coiiiuiu-i, (in pftt'en, tlfiu Iliuotra
tionn. Kxtra inrlnrin.tntP fiiT-TiM lo Knriirctic
Acnt". MiiHtratifd rH.HlutiK mni on H)pllrailon
A.J . Ilulniuu & lo U.'J Arcb bt., INiiUdlphia.
NoflltllK 111 ilu Huilil tIjUUi u U Jl 1
aiirvot scrofula, Fiuii'lva, hiia, i .ti-T, oiil .uif,
Pore Ks, M'Ti.iirtBl hikCH, t'it.inh (rtr
Appt-lll', ftt'iimlu I ui-ipUliiU, ftii't J!. dliHtd
' 11. a-'. It Hfvrr laiU. Ail tlrnyJil. tml
rnm.irtt s (r' k-'t-io-t-i il U. il, V. HI-r
a t ... , . I .. a i',B c
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t-.- .ii.Mitl Hswalaai
t ii,v..-i:i,ii.i ai j r vsl
tl .- r-uii t m -.iiisi.f mio.inir uvular ne mi lily
fnun invistiiieiitriof sintuSlKSior morutk-nliiiKin
hai-h uieiulaT iri is the Irene ui ul oiiiiliiiiiiii-aiMtnl of the j
Chili. 10 to tin wi- .-.'u. l..!..-v,.Npn,il iii"iiiilv. be
portaof oiK'mt ions sent eneli ii-moN r. blane- sOi ench,
risleem 'I'le, nonn-sevHl'li". tniin-itniiile. A i-liulile eor
n'stsiinieni wanttsl in every town. 6,i-ln! itnln; eiiienta.
Evp'iiniitorv Circular sent tn-e. Adilre it. K, KiiNlJAUl.
t Co., in Al I'D LaSulIu St.,CElCAUO, III.
INJECTION, Is arioflltiva cure fbrall DiachavrKni.
Btinninw. 6martlug and Painful Sensations ot tha
SI OO per bottle. For sale hy all drus
l , ;;'.3tR. orsonr.br Kxoross on ie
ceilHoTprlco, JOHN D. PARK it HONS,
17and 1 77 Hj-oamiire dt. CINCINNATI,
OHIO. fleuauutuuUuu this pityer. s S
For sale by B.VKC'bA Y BKOS . Cairo, lib
OF I VEST HMD CHEAPER THAN EVES.
Blfles, Shot Ouns, Kevolvers, Ammunition,
jVishiiiK TiK-kle, ht-ines, Nets, Knives,
Uitora, Skates, Ilnmoiocks, etc.
Large Illualrnted Ciitaloj.-ue HI EE.
yVcl. 1 rena
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTEO 1 Ladies and Hentlerncn, toenxam
tvitli Us to sell several Useful Household
Artiele-i. 1'i'oflta l:irt;o l.aoor la light,
Y.xv naive) territory Biveii. No competition.
Terms lin. rat. Circulars FHKR. Address
Hewitt Slauuluct'tr lu., llux Hits, rittsbiirnh, Pa.
Swodlnh Insuot Powder Killa
AND ALL TRGUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thnroUKbly i-xternotiuto Unaches, Ant
Ped Ilmrs, Kleus, Liec.Totniecn and I'otlim Worms,
iloth, etc. ICisstifo, sure, eloimly utid cheap. It
will not poison animals or fowls. Sample pack
aires bv mail SO cents, ptist-pnid. Stamps Uikcn.
Circiibii-s iref. Aifents Wnnted. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON, Plttstargh, Pat.
IBjlof all kinds for salo very cheap,
f Ml Catalogues froe. Address, RICHARD
I VjlHULLat Ca POX 868. I'lttsiiurith. Pa.
so:: -free 9
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