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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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Publisher and Proprietor.
t.". '.'H' J
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It Is forjthe
Cure of this tliseaae and its aunclantsj
felCK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS. DY8
PEPSIA, C0N8TIPATI0N, PILES, etc, that
tDTT'8 PILL8 have Rained a world-wide
reputation.lVo Remody has everjjeeri
discovered thiitacta so"gently;2onth9
dltteative'orKnns, giving them vigor to as
similate food. As a natural resultTthe
Nervous byetern la Iiriiced, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Uody Robust
CIiIIIm tkxxol Povor.
B KIVAL, a'plnnMir at Bayou Bara, uU7i:
My plantation I In malarial district. For
averal years 1 could not mak half a orop on
aooouut uf bllloua dlaoRRsa aoi) chills. I waa
nearly dtaojuragod whu I began the una of
TUTTB 1'ILI.B ThH maull waa marvelous ;
my laborers aoon beramti hsarry and robust,
and I nave bad no further troubla.
The ri-lte the encorced 1,1 r. rleana
I lie HltHMl frwiM pulMiiiiiui liuiiiura, And
rauar lit bout-la to aw-l natural-, trltit.
out which no our ran Iwl wa-ll.
Try I lilt renin!? htlrlT, and yon n III rain
a health? Ilitfrailtin, laornua liotlr. I'um
KIimhI. Mi-una- .Nrria-a, and ato.umi Liter.
lrl-iila. IUr,a5 Murray U. Jf. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
tiKAV II ui or W'niKn rtitiriK'-1 to a fH.rif.ar
t'.i .'! ny a sin.'le application of tins Dv. It
liof-'ufH ti tamml folnr, aii'1 tti In lri!niitnn"onaly.
"ii iv ImiuiiK, or m nt t,y cipres. cm receipt
nf iiiik I). l;ur.
Offifjo. ft 3 Murray Street, New York.
(Or. TMT" MAX f.4 I. of lnluable
information and 4'nrful Hrrript 1
trtil be tnuilrtt f EE on uwltriitiuti. 9
Hop Hitters are tin l'lmt aui Hot
Hitters ever Milt'.
Tiny arc coiiipiiiimlol from Hops, Mult,
Iitiehu, Mitti'lnke. ami DiU'luluin tlio olf
t?t uii'l hot, anl iiin.t vtliuliltj iiii'iliciui.' s
in tlic worM, ami contain nil the bust anl
111 -.t cur itivv properties nl all other rcin
tdicH, Ivin' tlie (,'rtatcst V Purifier,
Liver IiYyulator, uu1 Life ami Health He
htiriuir Aijviit tm earth. No disease or ill
health ciu-j'OMilily lofii; cxint where tliese
Bittt ri are tirt'.'il, so varied and perfect are
They ive new life and vigor to theaed
anil in firm. To all whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowela or urinary
or'iiiH, or retjtiirc an npctirr, Topic and
mild Stiiiiulatit Hop Hitters are invaluable,
Ix-Mjj highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without intoxiralino;.
No matter what yonr fei-!im;s or symp
tom. Mi; what the disease or ailment is
is, u.v Hop Hitters. 1). n't wait until you
are sick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable, us.' Hop Hitters at
once. It may save your life.
Hundreds have been saved by so (loinsr,
I'tUO will be paid for a case they will not
cure or help.
J)o not suirer nr let your friends suffer,
but use and ure them to use H ip Hitters.
Hemember. Hop Hitters is no vi,.e,drugt,'Crf
drunken nostrum, but the Purest au i
Hest Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and unperson or family
should he without them. Try the Hitters
to-day. (!j )
LYDIA E. PIN .CHAM'S
Ik a rn-tllvo 'nre
Far all thmr Painful CnmplHliitAand Weakncca
o ouniiaun to our beat fvnialr pnpulutlon.
A MpiIIcIiic for Woman. InTontrd liy a Woman.
Prepared lijf a Woman.
Th Gmtnt HwllfJ nior7 9lnrilh Hn ot lllalor?.
ttrit ri'Ttrcii th ilrooplnj pirU. InvlgoraU-a and
hunnotilfi the onranlc funcllon, glran i!iut Iclty ami
nrmnr to trmntt-p, riitiinthpniiturallutre to'W
yo,anililnnton ttio pnlo chw k of onin tlie fri
rom of liri- B uprlnir and parly auruim-r tint.
I trPhyslclani Uso It and Proscribe It Freely."
It romoven rnlntmna, tlntiili-nry, dcatrnya all crarlng
for tlnmlivnt, and rulloron wi'aUnii tif tho atninach.
Tlmt fwllnjf of bcarln dwn, causing pain, wolRh
nd lin.'kiieho, la alwy permnnpntly Pitrcsl tiy It u
for tho euro of Kldnry implnliit of either at
thla Compound U nurpcil.
i-yihar. pivKiivvni ni.ooi) prmriKii
III t.m.liculo I'ttiy vimUK of Huiikth from Ilia
lll'ioil.ionl jiv I chip anil Mln'nutn t lliu ay.lviii, u(
utan wuiiuiu ur child. InslHton hnrtuKlt.
Ilnth tli rompnnnd amTllinod Purlfli-r am proparM
at KM ami SM Wvatora Avpinin, l.ynn, Mann. Prlcouf
olthi'r, l. Bit bottli a for t- Bent liy mall In the form
of l'lUn, or of loaninrea, on rppclpt uf prlrp, l piT liox
(urolllwr. Mm. l'lnkhmn fwly annwoinall lottoraof
Inquiry. Enclose Sot. ntnnip. Rindforauilili t.
No fsmllT lionld l0 wlTiimit 1.THIA K IMNKHAM R
MVI'tt I'll.l.s. Thor euro oonlipRilou, hilluuaut'w,
ludturpldliy of tho uvur. WcontupiT lo.
,,-Nold by all DruKNta.-a (i)
LOST MANHOOD R5STOKED.
A viutlmof yintt)ilt;l iri'pnid iic ru using Imma
ture iMi'iiy, Norvoua l'lcbfiii.v, Lout Jlaiitiuoil, chl,
havlnit tried In vnlu pvery known renn'ily, liun di.
covprnloKlmplrai'lfouiD, wliieh ho will send rill'U
to lila fi llow-miffiTi'm, ail.lrtaa J. II. UtEYlJS.
43 IhatUuiu hU, ti, X.
Comin?; up the river the other day, I
saw a middle agud gentleman in a plujr
bat nnd husint'HS Huit Houted in a scow
beside an tittr:ictivelndy, feeling1 around
amon; a lot of strings pendant from the
side of tho boat und warning tho lady
that she could not keen too quiet.
"Now, my dear," observed the gen
tleman, "don't yon move, because I
feel a r-rab on thm line. I'll pull hini
up until ho is in Bight and then you slip
the net under him. See?"
"Yes, dear," replied the lady a little
flustered as she contemplated her share
of the performance-. "Hut, Mr. Spoo
pendyke, what shall I do when I get the
net under him?"
"Scalp him!" retorted Mr. Spoopen
dyke, drawing slowly on the line. "Now
wait, he's there," and Mr. Spoopcndyke
became even more cautious in his move
ments. "See him! There ho is! Scalp
Mrs. Spoopendyke jabbed tho not in
to the water and "sw ashed around with
"What yo doing?" yelled Mr. Spoo
pcndyke, straightening up and glaring
:it her, as the orab struck a linn for
Newark bay. "Wbat'd ye think I had
there, tho bottom of the river? What'd
ye suppose ye was trving to catch, a
church? Take it out! (Jive it lierc!" and
he prawned the lady around the waist
ftno took the net away from her.
"l)id I scalp liiin?" asked Mrs. Spoo
pendj ke, flushed with her exertions and
trembling with excitement. "Miow him
to me! Let nie see what he looks like!"
"Looks like!" roared Mr. Spoopcn
dyke. "lli looks like Sandy Hook by
this time! Why didu't ye s'ealp Liuir
What's tho matter with you?"
"I I couldn't tell "which was his
bead," faltered Mrs. Spoopondvke, who
hadn't seen anything at nil. "Pull him
up again, and you'll see if I don't scalp
the last hair on' Lis skull!"
The English language lost its last
charm for Mr. Spoopcndyke, and he
turned to his string1 with "n wilhciing
look of exempt for his wife.
"Now you lie careful," he said at
length. "Here's another varmint, and
you musn't let hini get away. When I
say 'Scalji!' you shove the net under
birn and just" bring him aboard."
"Can you see him ct?'' asked Mrs.
Spoopendyke, waving the net over her
head and peering into the water.
"Wait! Yes. there he is! Careful, re
member. Now, scalp! !"
He must have been a crab of phenom
enal scholastic advantages to have got
ten rid of that swoop, for Mrs. Spoo
pendyke, with a view to redeeming her--elf.
went for the end of the string
biindly, but with a strength of purpose
that made failure impossible. She not
only got the crab, but she slammed net,
crab and all over JMr. Spoopendyke's
"What wah-h! !" shrieked that gen
tleman as he felt himself impounded.
"Lost him again!" exclaimed Mr9.
Spoopendyke, who hadn't the remotest
idea what a crab looked like. "Why,
dear, what's that awful big spider in
the net? Clood gracious!"
"Take it off!" howled Mr. Spoopen
dykr. "Take it wow! the thing has
g' mo by the ear! Haul him oil, will
Mrs. Spoopendyke dropped the han
dle of the net as if it were an old fash
ioned bonnet and gazed upon her hus
band in consternation.
"Gast the crab!" yelled Mr. Spoo
pendyke, tearing the net away. "Let
go, ye brute! Wah-ha!" and tho unfor
tunate man wrenched tho fish from off
his ear and dashed it in the bottom of
the boat, "What's your scheme in do
ing that?" ho demanded, holding his
ear with one list and shaking the other
at his wife. "Think you've cot to eat
'em right out of the water? Got a no- j
tion that ho come up cooked and you
mast down him quick or he 11 spoil?'
yelled Mr. Spoopendyke, enraged be
yond all control by the eight of the car
riage that trickled down his fingers.
"What'd ye mean by it?" and he sprang
into the air and alighted on the unhap
py crab, slipped up aud sprawling full
length in the bottom of the boat.
"Was that a crab, dear?" asked Mrs.
Spoopendyke. assisting her husband to
arise nnd contemplating the mangled
fish with anything but favor. "Is that
what you ca'll a crab? I thought!"
"You thought!" ripped Mr. Spoopen
dyke, kicking at tho bewildered crab.
"That's tho trouble with you you
think! Did ye think I was going to
stand here and let that crab chew 011
my ear till his legs ached? T'raps ye
thought bo was whispering to me! May
be ye thought he was telling mo a fun
nvstorv! Well.be wasn't, and if ho was
his voice was so hoarse I couldn't enjoy
it! Ye thought, did ye!" squealed Mr.
Spoopendyke, bis wrath rising as the
pain and fear subsided: "thought a crab
talked with his toes like some women
thiuk, did ye! Oh. you thought! If I bad
such a head ns that I'd fit it up with
shuck beds and a stick of gum and start
11 female boarding school! With your
ability to think, you only need a squint
and "four long "worth to be a Coucord
school of philosophy!" and Mr. Sjioo
pendyko plunged the'oars into tho wa
ter and began to row vigorously.
"Where are you going dear?" asked
Mrs. SiioonendVke timidly, after her
husband had pulled bard for some f
"Home!" cri lined Mr. Spoopendyke
with a horrible expression of visage,
"I'm going home to show the people
how much damage a rusticating idiot
asylum can do with 0110 measly crab
when she pins herself down to it!'1
"Of course," assented Mrs. Spoopen
dyke humbly, "but say, dear, wouldn't
vou get ou faster if you untied tho
Mr. Spoopondyko turned and gave a
sharp look at the bow. Then ho haul
ed his hat down over bis cars, stepped
ashore aud struck out at a brisk walk.
'I don't know," sighed Mrs. Spoo
pendyke, as I took her boat in tow, "I
don't know, but I don't think I caro
much for crabbing, though I'm not sum
but what it's nioro fun than walking
homo on the wrong nida of tho river
with no bridgo within seven miles eith
er vinyl Mrooklyn Eagle.
"Hoys, boys," said Utiolo Hi!! Vi his
wayward progeny, "you'll be thu death
o' me; I don't know what to do; I've
talked to yo, l'vo scolded at ye, I've
whipped yo, I've sworn at ye, and I've
prayed for ye a thousand times, and ad
on it don't do onobit o' good, durnve. '
The Absent Wife.
What a fume of preparation tho house
hold has been in for a month! The last
odds and ends of the winter wear bad
to bo packed away, nnd once nioro tho
odor of camphor was idsew hero. Those
dainty articles of vr.vtn which tempt tho
wrong end of tho maid's dust brush
were to bo put beyond reach. Tho fam
ily plate (auction, perhaps) must bo
locked up where thieves could not
break through and steal. The dressma
ker has sent home all she had finished.
There are tearful complaints of misfits
ami charges of bad faith "no woman
ever did have such an abominable timo
with dressmakers." It is almost train
time. Tin: carriago pulls up at tho
door, and the good man of the houso
bundles in the wife, the nurse, and tho
young and loudly protesting baby. Sho
is gone oil' for the summer for the bene
fit of her health, poor thing! Shu has
told him that the separation will kill
her, but he bade her bear up under it
for his sake,
The scene shifts, discovering her with
in sound of the roaring billows, trving
to bear ii) under it for his siikc. What
a pretty young mother picture as sho
wheels tho liitle coach for at least fivo
minutes after breakfaM, baby imbedded
in laces and frills, her own u'ttire as cle
, gantly simple as money and artistic;
dressmaker could make it. And with
what a matronly air t-he yields to tho
gentle persuasion of that obliging, sym
pathetic young man who-e le art is
grieved to see her ruining her health
trundling a coach and keeping to her
room. How he points out to her tho
roomy grandeur uf old ocean, as they
stroll along tho beach. The little shells
that he picks up and places in her hand
tell a storv of their; own. Even in the
bath he does not neglect her, to the
envy and malicious speculation of un
married, but le-s attractive, ladies with
out escorts. Against the heaviest break
ers he .supports her as the sione wall
the cliDging vine. Woman is no match
for the waiters at a .summer resort, and
the attentive young man sits be.side her
to see that she gets the full worth of her
husband's money. Then there are long
drives that end all too soon. He is with
her at the hop, and the madness of their
whirl is the admiration of the young
sters and the consternation of "settled
folks. After the hop, soft crabs and
cobblers, and then endless tcic-a-hta in
a quiet corner of the piazza or a stroll
nn the starlit beach. Sometimes they
sail together, and she has been ceen to
re-.t ),cr seasick head upon his willing
When the husband runs down for a
day, the obliging, sympathetic young
man is not so plentiful as blackberries
in harvest; for the time he has eliminat
ed himself, and the envious young girls
arc "jut dying" to tell her husband all
about it. Hut these summer delights
come to an end, and when sho goes
homo she throws her sunburnt arms
around "George dear," and tells him
how she longed for him, and how stu
pid it was without him. Hut baby
thrived on the salt sea air, and then she
had promised him to try to bear up un
der it for his sake.
What will not woman, gentle woman dare,
Wbeu Btroiijf affeel.un -lira her cplrit up!
I'hiludt Ijjhiu I'rctis.
a -- a
Arabi as a Candy-Maker.
"Do vou know who Arabi Hey is?"
asked Mr. F., of his friend Mr. A., as
they stood on the deck of the New
C'amelia, bound for Maudeville.
"Arabi Hey is no other than Dunion
tell. wiio used to keep a confectionary
establishment at the corner of Hoiirbon
and Canal streets. Dumoutcll was a
major in the Orleans artillery and a
gallant soldier an adventurous, daring
fellow. After the war be engaged in
business, succeeding H'-llangcr tit tho
corner of Hoiirbon and Canal. He ran
into debt for .40.0o0 or ."i.0(y, and
went to France about IsoO. Dumontell
fought in the France i-I'nissian war, aud
was distinguished fur bravery, receiving
the cross of the Legion of Honor. Tho
next 1 beard about him, from a mutual
friend in Paris, was that he had gone
to Egypt. Several years ago the vague
rumor reached me that the irresponsible
Dumontell had entered the army of the
knedive and risen to a position of rank.
It is said that ho stood in high favot
with the army, and was regarded al
most in the light of a native. I recol
lect biui," continued Mr. F., "as a tall,
swarthy fellow, with large features, but
clear brilliant eyes, and a heavy black
mustache. In fact, ho had a rather
Oriental cast of countenance, and ten
years' residence in Africa would havo
certainly increased the resemblance.
Dressed in the Egyptian garb 1 can im
agine that Dumontell would make a
"The oilier day 1 saw a picture of
Arabi Hey. and w as startled at his strik
ing likeness to Dumontell. Indeed, no
ne who knew the latter would hesitate
in identifying the picture as that of the
quondam confectioner. There was a
peculiar expreion about Dunioiitell's
mouth which is closely reproduced in
the picture. 'This resemblance, coupled
with the fact of Dunioiitell's presence,
In Egypt, assures me that, ho is tho
Egyptian leader who is just now giving
the English so much trouble."
The above conversation was repeated
to tho writer yesterday, and is repro
duced as nearly us possible from
memory. AVw Orlinns rim yum.
An moment or uie .seioto disaster, on
the Ohio, is told by n Western paper.
It appears that a vo'ungfellow onboard,
just previous to the disaster, was boast
ing to his girl, to whom he was engaged
to lie married, and who accompanied
him on the t xiMir-i on tin; fata)
Fourth, that he could swim ashore nnd
carry her easily, but when the collision
ciiiue he deserted her and took care o(
himself. She was nUo saved, and when
be came to congratulate her upon being
Mill alive, she refused to speak to him
Mid handed back Ihe engagement ring
I saw so much said about the merits of
Hop Hitters, and my wil'o who was always
doctoring, and never well, tensed 1110 bo ur
gently to tret her some, I concluded to lie
bunibiiggged again ; nnd I am i;liul I did,
lor in less than two months' usu of the bit
t.irs, my wife wns cured, nnd sho lias re
mained so for eighteen months since. I
liko such humbugging. II, T, St. Paul.
Cl'y Clerk's offlc", CairoIll.. Aujr. Stat. Ishj.
Healed iripiKHta will he remlvvd at tills olllco,
n reeled to the city r01111e.ll of thu r.lly of Cairo nn
til meutliii of tho council, Turtidny eveulnir, Sept.
I'-'lh, is , for furtilxhlnit tho material and dolnit
thu work, o- doititt the work ne.ceaaary for tho ru
coimtrucllon ol the. tollowlnn aldewalka, to ho ron.
ati m ted of wood, vl,: On eauturly "Ida of Wal
nut rlreut, lie.lween Eleventh an 1 Twelfth
treetai on thu Northerly aide of Kllth street rnii
riliiU 1 vj." fuel wemeriy fiom Wanbluiitoii avuuiiu.
I ho eoimirucied of hrlek, vIk: uii thu nor herlv
idi-of I-irth Bireut rtiniilnji a'S fftit, catwardly
from Wa i,Ht slreet. An provided by ordinal!'
No. IS. approved ovemhisr Jrd, 1HSI, which la on
file In t hi h clllcu and HiiliJ'-ct to examination at any
time A good anil sufficient houd for twleu Ilia
a-iuein t inuxt accompany all propoaitloua. Thu
rij;lu to reJcLtany and all hliln reserved hy the cilv,
I). J. FuLKV, C'lu Clerk.'
Hv virtue of an execution Wued out of the clerk's
oIIIumji ti, circuit cmirl of Alexander county and
a'alu of lllliiola, mid to me directed, wherehy I am
I'oiumaiidf (1 to uihkn the ammii t of a rcrtaln Judi;
inei.t recently ohtiiliii-d iiu'iiiinit Byron I'. Illake ami
llunjunin K. Parker, In favor of Sin-r Miiiiii'm tur
tuir Company, outof tho land, tenenienin, (iooils
and chattel nf raid Hyron K. Illake and lienjumln
l I'nrkcr, I hive levied 011 the i'uilowlng ileacrihed
property, lo wit :
Lot numle-ri d three CI) In block tweiily-nlnc (ill)
lotp iiumli.iriMl three (Si and four ( I) In block num
bered forty-live l.Vi ami lot numbered twenty-four
CJtl in Inoek numbered "event v-two ,'7,'l ull the
above din' ribed lotn are situated In the city ol Cairo
coui.iy ot Aleiiinder and "tma ol llllnoi-, ax the
er .eriv of Hcrjumln V. Parker' and I have also
levied upon lot numbered twenty-three csn In block
nti inhered s"vent v-to(7J)Binl Iota, thirteen dai ami
fourteen 1 Hi In block numbered votity niie iTl 1 in
the my ol ( nirn coiinl v of Alexundt r and state- of
Illinois, as the property of Hvrop K. I'nkc.
Therefore, necordiiii: to snld couiiiinnd. I flcil
expo.e lor siile hi public auction, all the r olil. title
and interest oft!,,- above named livroti K l!!nkc
and lleiijamin V. Parker, in anil to the aimve do
rnoed proper'v, at II o'clock a. m u Tuesday the
Pith iluv of September issjuttle- westerly door af
thecoiirt house, in Cairo Alexander county Illinois.
Dated at Cairo Illinois this t:t d iv ofAueiist
issj. . John liolHii'S,
Sheriff Alexander county, Illinois.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pllKsTKU. '.:1st year opens September llth.
Sew HullillM's. Siitieruir nrfoiTimnitiiltons
Appointment" complete. . publish. Colhiriute,
Cheinicui, Civil Kuu'iue, iii"' c.o'lrses. Decrees
Cclilcrre I. ..pplv to W. P II Vdidav. Ksii , pat'on
Cicro, Ill .ortoCOI,. JUKI). HYATT. 1'rest.
A New sua Complete, II itol, fronting on l.evet
.Second and Uailroad Streets,
Th Paseni;er Depot of tho ChkuL-o. St. Louis
an" jew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash. St.
Louts and Pacific; lion Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo ana St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across Uie street: while the Steuuibua:
Landing is but one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric C:ill Hells
Automatic Klre-Alunns. llnths, absolutely pure air
la rlect sewerau'e aud complete appointments.
VSunerb furnicbiuKs; perfect service; audauun
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llo'e . n .ii iiiiio I. r.vpl.imilei'v I II'-
1 1 1 : . 11.1 1 1 1 ii,i nn iii k 1 t (mill W
S' lil In e. We ViHIlt lesinihil)ln
inn nt .. vvlio will ivmrt on crops
n lei nil : loeo ten plim. I . i I lid
e 'iMitiii onus pui I. ililrer.n,
I i.IM HIM; A Ml Kill YI. Cum.
i,iUTmi Vei-eltiiiil., Mnlor Hloel,,
In. 111-ik III.
' r ii.i mair-i
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appllancm aro lent on 30 Oayi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
Virilo are suirirlnir from Nanvoim Intim.lTY.
V I.iist Vitviitv, Lack or Nbhvk Kmu a tan
Vinos, Wastinii Wkaknkhsks, anil nil thum diseases
nf a I'kiihiinaIi N Arc 11 it resnliltiK rinin ahi .ks and
OTHKS CAI SKS, Hiii'iiIv relief mi l com ileU resin
ration nf II kai.tii.viiioh and M amiiooIiiii hiuntkiiii.
The Hrunilest dlsrnverv of trui Nlnelwiilli Ceiilurv.
Send utuneu for lllustruteil l'niiiilileltreu. Addrusa
VOLTAIC HIT CO., MARSHAU, MICH.
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
I Nervb Restorer
r r..r .wjIiujim andNkhv b
IlhssAsrs. Oki.v anas cesa ma Naavs Arrao
Mnaa.li'ir. I'.ih..v n.n IK I.-AI.I.I1II.K If taksn
Iai illrauM. A'nKrnisr lrl(iu i. TroatlM h
ft trial txittla fr.s to k It ('aMi.tbay paylnr; siir.a
oliari.a imlHis.whan raoalvail. Semi naniM,l'.O.an4
Inxprraa alUrs.a of aDlloUMl to Da .KI.ihk.iui w
Sv.J'haaaa,,i" QmDnwtul. il.msy frmnU.
t DR- f (A
NEW 90-p. BAND CaTALOOUE FOR
wm Dbn a r jvca m anv ail'iress, lou lllus.
inttinnsi.f all kiniKnf BRASS, GEKMAN
SILVER and REED iiistrainouts, tnni-tlcr
with full instmctinus fr.r formins Hands, di
vision 8hd claslniati(in nf instruments
WPTAT an TTltxr ...1
..h.b. Mv n ,u iu 1, nam-, teiuis inr
. ,.,nviiiK, i-iniruiK, AC, nuiaisil
nsnd, if desired, mr Han and Orchtttrtl
irmur, si p. misai popular music Addrean
TH ROOf h SONS MUSIC CO., CHICAGQ.ia
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Disease).
Lumbago, Severe Achesor Pains
Arc Superior to all other Plasters
Are Superior to Pads.
Arc Superior to Liniments.
Arc Superior to Ointments or Salves.
Arc superior to Electricity or galvanism
Thry Act Immediately.
They Uellcvo rain nt Oneo.
ters naveneen imitated. Do
not allow your druinrist to
palm of! some other plaster havinf? a similar
eomi'lini: name. See that the word is spelled
C-A-l'-C-I-N IS. Price 6 rts.
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Alauulacturini: Cheiinsls, New ork.
iaTtliTnMCMKI'VAT ' l.AHT. Price 99c".
MtAD'S Mediated CORN and 2UNI0N PLASTER.
n ft Ft A All A. MlraAIVIlfP hit I A M
KIikuI, nixl willrninplptftly chanjre th I
t ire mvh! t in in thrti' moni lis. A nv nerwn
1 pill each nijrht fnun 1 tn 1 ' wt'innifiy he rrKTnn'il
to hi mi iid liPnlth, if Niii-h a til i ric tm H)Nilir. NuM pv-
irylnr, ut will ly niftil fr H It-lttT Htrmtpi. I
JuHNhoN l i'tt., ll'thtuti, MfihH., forinml) ItauKor, Mo.
CIV St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A isuulur ( I eiiil nut of two nicil leal
CoHcur. ll.'IS lieen lolluer ell LMlM-i I III llle tl'e.'ll-
iih til of t 'lirniiif, Nsi'vous, hUin mnl
lllnixl I s i -i-ii -. 1 1t it ii iinv iiihi r iilivslel.'in III
SI. I.iiiiK us clly tniici-i -.how Mint nil old re--l-
llclll-l Know, I oilMlll.'ltlon nl ottleeol Pv lllllll,
free mnl Inv lied. A lite ml I talk or his opinion
costs 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 lt . When II Islnconvi lib ul tot 1 -II
llle i llv lor treiitiuent. uiedlelneH enn be sent
t ' mall or eNpre--s e erv vv here. Cut iitile c nies
hi Hauled', where doulil exists It Is frankly
stilled. Cull nr Write.
JNeryous Prostration, Debilily.Ijmtil anil
riiymcil Woakncus, Mcrturinl and other
afTi'Ciionsjjf Throat, Skin and Boni'H, Elood
Impurities and Blood roienin,Skln AfTec.
tions, Old Soros and Ulcers, Inipioilimentsjfl
Miirnuijo, Rhnumatism, Piles. Special
attention tfl cases from over-worked hrain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from InipruileneeB, Exocssos,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It a cir.evlienl tlmt a plivslelun pavlnit
parlleiilar allenlloii In a cln-i ol en-.es allnlns
k'reut skill, innl plivslciaiK In reirul.ir pl'iiclli'e
nil over Ihe coiinlr'v know lun Oils, fieiueutly
recommend eases In t lie oldesl ottlee in A rica
every know n appliance is resorieo u ,
.. ....rt,...l trrl i.l,i(.,llf4a n nil
and countries are used. A w hole linns Is
..ai.... . mihI nil .si Iri-iileil with
sail in a e1-"1 i"" ,i,i..., ....... -
.. . . . ' -....-I ..p.. ...... ... tin si'.
.. .. ..t ....... ..Ii, 1 kllllM-llll
tvnsi up no. no e a"'i i "i'-"i " "i , :v
rniiiii ol the irreat liuuiher apply lull, the
rhiirues are kept low. olVn lower Hint) Is
ileiu.iuileil hv others If you secure Ihe -klM
ami c-. t a speedy nnd tiertcel Ht- cure. Ihiit l
the Important mailer. I'amphlel, M pnKea,
sent to any addreis free.
plates, i MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Klmsnt rlolh and Bill hlndlnir. Sealed for M
cents In posinan or currency. Over llfty won
derful pen plelnren, true to Ill's, arllcleson tin
CiiliwliiKuh.i'ets. Who insy marry, who not!
hv f Proper aire to imirrv. W hn marry Itrst,
ilaiiliood, WainnnliDoil. Physical deeny, W lio
lioulil mnrrv. How I Ife anil lianiduess may Is)
Increased. Thnsn married or eonteniiilatllill
tnsrry lint should rsad It. it on u hi to lie read
ly ail aiiuii persons, men nrpi iiihut i. an..
m. I'liiuilsr sdltlon. same ai almvo. hut. ratf
rover and Sou paBea, iti cm la by mail, lu luunt
El BI BLOOD!
Tlioauonlesof llilloti Colic, tho indlsrrlhahte
paiiL's of l.'lironic. lurilKestlon, the Uchility mil
mental stupor resnltliie ftom a costive haldt, may
he certainly avoided hv rec'iilatlni! thu svstem with
Unit sirreeahln and refrestilni; etaud ird Prepara
tion, rarriini's Si li.er A peril rt.
l'rorurahle at all Druulsts-
10 to 20,000
In lealtlmali! JiiiIIi'Imi" "reciilnilon In firain, Pro
vislotis and Moi'kson onr perieeled plan, yields
sure inoiiihlv protlis t-i lunje anil small Investors.
Address fir Tull pa.-rlcnli.r-. It K Kendall Co,
Coui'u Merclmiil-, 1 ; 7 Jc K: l.a Sulle st, Chicago III
wlhinn to lorin nn iiMiinl!,t'iiice with a view to
mniriut'o. send ;lcci,t Hiump lo- sealed Idler, with
full purl i ulnrs, to piper A- llrluham, Huston .Mass.
.F(. )sti-; I i'ss
I()AUI)1N(t tV IAV SCHOOL
Fifth year begins Sepiemlmr I, In:, A first
class hlvrh srl ,; utisivtnriitn ; strict illcipllnej
thorotii;li Instiiiclioii; c'radiiatcs slmlriils in tho
classical and coiiiiih rcinl courses. .Vuinhcr of
hoarders limited, e'or ciil'ilin.oies address
ItKN. If. I'dSTM,'. A. M. I'l Incipiil,
1 ' ! .fc Pine streets, St. Louis,
YTV(J YM.'V llyou v-anttolemtiTehrrs.
1 ULlHi Tlljil ph.v tn a lew inonihs, and he
certain of a situailuii, ud.lress Valeiuluo Lmlhers,
fJPItlNCI'lEI.l) (II. I.i Ill SINi'SS Cdl.LKGE
'-'Ciiuiplcle actual husiiita practice, send far Jour
nal free .
Contalulni: lioth versioiiH of the .vlF.YV TESTA
MENT. We iimke no extra charge fir 'he addi-
KLKGAN I' f'KSKi.NS IlaiiilsHiiicIyHimifil
Our Hililes c.onlntu i.' isl patres, 'i.rro Illustra
tions. Kxlra inilnreineiils ollered to Kneriretto
AKetit". liliistrnti d Cn,aloi;iie sent on nppllcntion.
A.J . Holniau it Co., 1 J.'J Arch St., Philnlelphls.
,olhlllf lu int.- wurltl t-uaal ... ll lur it, m
rmirtol SrruraU, Hliiick-., Kolli, Iflli r, Oil ,rn.
Sore K.v... Mi-i' inlsl liiaeitic Ctlnirh Lut.of
Ai'Stus, I'-nmii! ConiplaniH. tnl nl. fjl.Miil
' lie ael. It nmr fills Ail -tr-i.-iti e.l
cnuinr; .tari- kn'lHT. .-II It. K. i:. Svllert
A !.. I'rni'.. I'at.liur. I I .-ut 1- tile.
no 1.1 or f 1
lii,e-lmeut 1 1
Cluii-sotti-i'Mthe surest ui.nnsof innkinir ntrular monthly
prottlsimui luviwt meets of siutoijliioiiur inonjileiCmiin
Knell US'lills-TC-etS tile ts-ltctll ol n lUllillllsl eilliillll of the
Cluli. Ill to 100 per cm. Oivlileeils pu.il nnniUilv. Ite
isimtof os -nit ion sue 1 1 1, eu.li ii.iiiiut. riluoe jVHHucli,
nslivmilile, nonn--si'ile, minsienilile. A reliable cor
ri'ss.ndi'iit wsnU '1 In every town. Biss'lal iniliieenienls.
Explanatory Circular M-.it fiisi. Addre-s U. K. Kkmijau.
4lCo in ii HJ UiilleBt.,CULCALiU, IhU
ifjiTn. mr.K. t.'A Fl J. si ii nfl lsstyfraM
INJECTION, la ajioaltlvo cure for nil Discharges,
atlniflng, Sniat tlnif nnd Painful Senimtions ot tne
CI I QQ per bottle. For sole by all dru-
., , irlats. or sunt bv Kxpresa on re-
ceiiitoTTri'o, JOHN D. PAIiK 6c SONS,
17ft and 177 8ycnmore8t CINCINNATI;
OHIO, i'luiuo uicntluu this paper. A
For sale hy HAUCI.AV KUO., Cairo, III.
Or EVERT KIND CHEAPER THAN EVES.
Klfles.Shot nuns, Kevolver", Ammiinltlon,
FlshiiiK Tuekle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Huora, Skill es, llnniitoi-ks, etc.
Lara lllustniteil t'atato;u9 FUEE.
GREAT WEERN'GUN WORKS,
PIT TS It UR Q II, VA.
WANTED I I.nillesnmi Onntlemen, toenRitfrft
with, us to sell several I'aeful Household
Articles. I'i'ollls l.trire l.iCior Is llltht.
Kk IiisIvo territory niveii. No competition.
Terms lihernl. ('irrulnrs FUEE. Address
Ileiritt nuuuriict'K Co., Ilux Mis, Plttsburjth, Pa.
Swedish Insoct Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will llinnmuhly cxtormiiiato Roaches. Ants,
TWi Hum, Kleus, Liee.Tnlim eo mid Cotton worms,
Moth, etc. It is snfe, eure, cleanly anil cheap. It
will not poison iitiimitls or fowls. Sample park
ues hv mail lU) cents, post puiil. Runups taken.
Circulars fr. Agents Witnteil. Address,
J. ll. JOHNSTON. Ptttsbnrgh. Pa.
Mil of all kinds for sale very cheap.
I VlCatalocuos free. Address, RICHARD
III HULL I CO. Box 868. Pittsburgh, Pa.
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is s, 1 r- 9 3 5,s. i s m v
hi inmnhi i
1 U m .1 sr
O ''s'sS S'r!;-" 5.rt wllS'l
5 " ! ; T ' A W"
vtm ' $' I, a T fx T ? P-ifei
iHl ?H3 -h": e 8,
3 3" t ?.' 3 3 ITS IS.??
S S. . a I l' I
far- s-2tixv 41
?g j sorrels. s8 iicH
Sto'-" Lafi" 3-i2 s Vai
as.? b i r?t s, ? -j j