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INVAHUHir IN ADrAMCI.
All Communications ehould he addreiscd to
K. A. Ut'KNKTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Herbert Spencer ia America.
The visit if Hcrhcrt Spencer to this
country cnmmt (nil to lie. frroet:il with
nleanur.! by nil intelli'.'fut Americans,
r'uw of It in runny lulinircrs, imltwl, are
likely ti) see liim; for m conies without
any intention of Nic.;tkinr in public, and
expects retH. rally to jro about vnrv
iiietly. Hut. whether one actually see's
him or not. there is a certain sort of
pleasure in feeling that one to whom we
owe so much is at lat in our country,
ami is cmin into ilnily contact with
our ways of living ami thinking. The
people of thi) L'uitiMl State n"iay ritlv
wclcomn Mr. Spencer as a frien.l. ft
lias been Maid-ami, we believe, with
truth that he has found a jrrcater num
ber of intelligent and sympathetic read
ers in this country than in Kngland.
This sympathy may be partly due to the
titrongly democratic character of Mr.
Spencer's political philosophy. His
earliest work. "Social Statics,'' has al
ways found mnny intere-tcd readers in
America; and. althouh'in some respects
it does not represent the author's ma
tured opinions, there can be no doubt
it is the very best text-hook of sound
democratic political philosophy that has
ever been published. It is a 'pity that
all our legislators could not have i's
ie lessons infilled into their minds
in early youth, even as juie learns how
to compute compound interest or stud
ies the rudiments of hitory or peora
phy. Much jobbery and mneh ' ill"ad
vised legislation would doubtless be pre
Popular as the "Social Statics" has
been, jt was only ten years after its pub
Mention that it hejjan'to be known in
America. Thirty years a.'o for.dn lit
erature found ius way to tbis country
imirh more slowiv than at pnseia. ft
was in tiiat Mr. Spencer's name be
pan to bo somewhat generally known to
American readers; ami the book to
which this popular reputation was
primarily due was the little book on
"Education, Intellectual. Moral and
Physical," which was published in
America in that year, beforu its publi
cation in England. This admiraMc lit
tle book has been very widely read.
The influence of Mr. Spencer's views
is to be been very plainly in the changes
which have taken place in our system
and methods of education during the
Cast twenty years. Not only has there
yen & very marked increase in the rela
tive quality of scientific study, but there
has also been a notable improvement in
our methods of teach ing. To abandon
rote-learning, to stimulate instead of re
pressing the natural curiosity of the pu
pil, to strengthen the observing facul
ties and tho judgment, and, ns far as
possible, to appeal to whatever native
ingenuity the pupil may possess these
are the chief desiderata in teaching.
Century Magazine. .
"Goi.ukn Medical Discovery" is war
ranted to cleanse tho blood Irotn all im
purities, from whatever cause arising. For
Scrofula, fores of all kinds, Skin and
Blood Diseases, its effects are marvelous.
Thousands of testimonials from all parts.
Send stamp for pamphlet on Skin Diseases.
Address Worlds's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Youthful Merchant,
A Boston boy. on the Fourth of July,
showed that he knew how to make an
honest penny by a sober business opera
tion. Ilis father gave him twenty-live
cents for spending money fur the day.
lie concluded to sco if ho could not add
a littlo more to it.
lie. invented H in sugar and lemons
instead of lire-crackers, and, borrowing
a pitcher and glass from his mother,
and taking iou from the family refrig
erator, ho made some lemonade, and
went into the streets to sell it to the
By noon ho returned with tin empty
fiitclicrtind ti profit of nine- cents ivbove
lis originul capital, in which ho exulted
us much as if it had been as many dollars.
Bv a fudicious expenditure of exnlo-
sivo'in the afternoon ho was enabled to
inako himself a greater nuisance to the
neighborhood, than ho could have done
if ln liful luutn arttiuli.wl u-ithliw ni'iiriiinl
possessions. And this, from a Coy's
Mandpoint, was undeniably a most sat
isfactory result. Nevertheless, the boy
showed that he had some of tho quali
ties, that developed make a successful
Ptfpn Montana, inimt have ils sonshY
lion. An old Chitmmnn found dead at
l'ark City Is said to havo been rich onco
In China, and to havo been omrae-ed in
a conspiracy which resulted in his
death sontonco and tho confiscation of
his property. He escaped from prison.
emigrated to America, ami was a mars.'
od man oven hero, suffering many persi
culloua from tho Six Companies,
IIuxlov nys "tlioro was a timo when
men wafkod on all fours." lie proba
nH.i.b.n in that IntcrcHtmir timo In
tho early llfo of tis all when we up.
pronohod ft neighbor's melon patch from
tho back way.
"Fair Girl Graduates."
whoso sedentiirv lives Increase those trou
bins ncculiar tit women, should use Dr
riorco'i "Favorlto Prescription," which is
an unfailing remedy. Sold by druggists
Farm and Afrricnltural Notes.
Nearly 700 bushels of onions per acre
were raised last year by Georgo O.
Mason of I'.everly, Mass.
An average two or three-year-old
steer will cat its own weight of different
materials in two weeks.
Thore is no loss in feeding cattle well
upon a variety of materials for tho sake
of manure alone.
Samples of white Russian oats, six feet
high, with heads eighteen inches long,
have been left at tho ollice of the Indi
American methods of conducting
'many departments of agriculture are
being introduced into almost all parts
of the civilized world.
Tho American wonder or Premium
Gempeas, sown in tho middle of Aug
ust, will, if they escape mildew, make a
fair Autumn crop.
In some instances "sprinkling lawns
with carbolic acid and water" has been
practiced with good effect against the
army worm in Connecticut.
Tho crop of small fruit is excellent in
nearly all the Eastern States. Tho
markets are well supplied, and largo
quantities are being canned.
It is not generally known that a few
sprigs of cedar bush, mixed with hay
or any kind of litter for hens' nests,
will keep them entirely free from hen
Two or three year old cattle will add
one-third of a pound more per day to
their weight upon prepared hay and
roots than upon the same materials un
prepared. '1 ho West now surpasses the East in
the excellence of its butter and cheese
factories. Tho largest combined facto
ry in the world, it is said, i3 located at
A correspondent of the Farmer's Jin
view has found a strong docoction of
tansy, applied through the fine rose of
a watering pot. very effective against
the cabbage worm.
The United States is fast becoming, if
it has not already become, the firt wool
producing country in the world. If it
is second, it is second only to Australia,
of w hich wool is the largest product.
Very frequent news items about
ghastly deaths from goring by bulls
preach eilective sermons against horns,
and against careless approaches to these
generally mismanaged and treacherous
More labor-saving machines for doing
work in fields and gardens have been in
vented in the United States than in all
other countries combined, and these are
fast finding their way into all parts of
The central effect of lime is to render
available the plant food already in the
soil, without itself supplying any signifi
cant amount. Liming cannot, there
fore, be successfully repeated except at
There is no w isdom in working a
thirty-acre field year after year to get
five bushels of wheat or ten bushels of
corn to tho acre, when with the same
expense for fertilizers you could raise
fifteen bushels of wheat and thirty bush
els of coi n to the acre.
A good many farmers in different
partsof the country have, by loss of ani
mals during the season, had the fact im
pressed on their minds that Paris green
is a deadlly poison, the use of which
cannot be too carefully guarded.
tanners and property-owners should
bear in mind that they are required by
law to cut Canada thistles on their
properties before they go to seed. They
ar tinable for the neglect, and the
complainant is entitled to a part of the
A Sharon correspondent of the Con
necticut Farmer reports that tho prac
tice of spaying cows, tried to some ex
tent in that vicinity, was not profitable
from a mi.ktnans point of view.
From the humanitarian standpoint the
system is an outrage.
The (iiwlejur's Monthly says: "Let
the laundry folks, on every wash day,
pour the boiling hot soap-suds about the
roots of peach trees. This will destroy
the insiduous little fungus which pro-
luces the 'yellows and other diseases.
and iinisn the larvie ot insects wmcn
lire so injurious to tlie trees.11
John Bright' 3 Portrait for Chicago.
George Jacob Holyoke, in a letter to
a friend, just netore starting tor Ameri
ca, wrote: "I am taking with me a full-
length, nearly life-size, autotype por
trait of Mr. Bright, which I have had
framed. It was done for the use of a
sculptor who has made, or is to make,
a marble statue of Mr. Bright for Bir
mingham. The expression of the face is
finer than that of Millais' painting, as it
has the compressed lip and defiant look
peculinr to the orator when the cry goes
forth in the corridors of the house,
Bright is up.' It is not possible to re
produce it, as time has changed the
countenance. I wonder how he camo
to put on the expression as ho dislikes
sitting. The same expression has never
appeared in auy other picture. I told
Mr. Bright I was going to take it. He
said the Americans would never see
him. 'Therefore.' I answered, 'they
will the more engerly see you in this,
and as though they were here.' My in
tention is to present it to my friend Mr.
James Cariton, of the Chicago and Al
ton railroad, who will, I hcAie, give tho
citizens of Chicago, and perhaps other
places, an opportunity of looking at it
The autotype is by May all. formerly of
Complaints in regard to shallow and
insutlicient teaching are made in Eng
land ns well as in America. The essen
tial elementary branches are badly
taught there as they are here. Hand
writing, English and arithmetic, it is
said, seem to bo considered of no possi
ble use to the pupil, but give them i
smattering of Lntiu and Greek, and per
haps a littlo French and German, nnd
they lenvo school as excellent scholars
A teacher writes to an English journal
"I have a pupil under mo who has only
recently left the town grammar school,
at the iigo of 16, after several years as
a day scholar, at from thirty to forty
guineas a year, nnd I gather from him
that writing was not a subject lorteacn
nr: En-dish and crammar was occa
sionally referred to; and arithmetiu was
a homo lesson. If tho answers were
richt. all well and eooit, it did not mat
ter how obtained; little or no working
was required to boshowu.
mm mm -
At last a legitimate use has been
found for oleomargarine. Young men
who wear the fashionable tight trousers
buy it by the keg,
CAIRO BULLETIN': WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1882.
Tli'i Christian. Advocate
says: "A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of person, is
seated in the liver. It may bo truly said
this is our national disease, and it gives us
great pleasure to hear or read tho testimony
of persons of well known veracity and in
telligence to prove tho value of Simmons
Liver Regulator as a remedy. The printed
and verbal testimony of so many friends
and acquaintances satisfies us that this is
one of the exceptions to the general hum
drum run of advertisement."
Rough on Bam,
Sam Hideout is an Austin clerk, lie
is personally not very attractive, and
his morals are of a very inferior quality.
One of Sam's peculiarities is to uso
mercantile terms and expressions, no
matter what subject is being discussed.
He and a few friends were talkingabout
clergymen and doctors tho other day,
and one of them asked Sam who his
family doctor was.
"Dr. DoM.-m supplies us with all wo
need in the physical department, and
Parson Southern furnishes us a full line
of piety goods," said Sam.
'Look hero, Sam," remarked Gil
hooly, "if Dr. Doseni is responsible for
your looks, and Parson Sooiheni fur
nished yon with your morals, all I've
cot to say is. that they havo shoved a
lot of second-hand goods off on you,
and they'ro badly damaged besides.
You ought to deal, from now on, with
first-class houses. You have been swin
dled outrageously. Tp look at you, one
would suppose your good looks and
manners were of home manufacture."
The City of Mexico is now and has
been for .some ears past the worst in
the world for health. The papers pub
lish reports showing that fnun Jan. 1 to
June '.)') there were in the Citv of Mexi
co b'.lM deaths, t:j births and '.',J:i mar
riages. At these rates the city would
be depopulated in a few years w illiout
recruits from el-cwhere.
"With Grateful Feelings."
Dk. Piekce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Sir
Your "Golden Medical Discovery" and
"Purgative Pellets'' have cured my daugh
ter of Scrofulous Swellings and Open
Sores about the Neck: and your "Favorite
Prescription" has accomplished wonders in
restoring to health my wife who had been
bed-fast for eight months from Female
Weakness. I am with grateful feelings.
Yours truly, T. II. Lono,
If Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham has not really
discovered the Elixir Vit:e, which the an-,
cient Alchemists sought by so much patient
research and persistent experiment, her
medicine seems, at least, likely to command
an immense sale and universal popularity
in the future. If rapid progress nnd emi
nent success furnish any basis for a correct
judgment, Mrs. Pinkham is a most prom
ising competitor for such honorable dis
tinction as the alchemists failed to achieve.
Debilitated persons, and BUfTerers from
wasting diseases such as consumption,
scrofula, kidney affections, will be greatly
benefitted by using Brown's Inn Bitters. '
Woman's Trne Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely atllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
male p p'iKtinn. Etery woman should
know thr. Kief trie Bitters are woman's true
friend. Mid will positively restore her to
health, even when all other rune lies fail.
A siufiie tr.al nlwa s proves our nssertion.
They are p't-nsnt to the tiste, and only cost
fifty emts a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Sch nh. (2)
Where ncichinery is used the Drew Oil
Ca will save
u per cent, oi o;i.
Borden, Scllcck it
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his hudience while thev
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's Xew Discovery
for (.'on sumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
"I am now ready to lay down my bun
dles." So said a laboring man, who, for
long years had toiled to support his family,
and hail become reduced in health. He
now says that Hops nnd Malt Bitters has
made him a new man.
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltair! Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance o i
trial fur thirty days to men (young or old)
who are atllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allow t j i .
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick chilil suflerln:' and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ( If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor littlo HUiTerer immediately
depend upon it; there ia 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 tho bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in alt cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nursc9 in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Biicklcii's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt I then m, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents p box. For sale by Geo. E
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
OA 11 tO. ILLS.
P. IlHoss, PniMd.'nt. I P. NKFF, Vice IWnl
II. WKU.s, t'likr. T. J.KtTih,An'f.aili
K. Bri" H Cn'ro I WillUm Kniie. .('utro
I'umr.Ncir Wllllmn Wolf.,.. "
'. M OMerliih " (!. (). Puller "
E. A. Hurler " II. W. IU
J. Y. Clum'on, Culedoiils.
AOKNKIt.VUHNKINO IlfSIXEhS DONE.
KxelnniM foM iiml m '),l. Intercut psiil li
tie: Sivinnii bemrtminl . Coilor1 IrniM mailo mul
all Ijudiiii ks iMiiit!y attuiiiii'il to.
Til K IIAM.IDAY.
:w ana complete II itul, fronilie.: on L"v
Sftond mid Ifnilrcmd Street n,
I h I'as'enti'T D.-pu
si)'- .ew Orleans: IIMnon" Ontml; Wa'.iii'h, St
l.uii ik nnd I'm uiv; hoii Mount it in and Southern,
Miitiilt: nod Ohio; air . una St. Louis Khiihuvf
aru nil Juki acroon thu street ; while the SiemnhiHii
I.oii'it'.n i Imt out-1- iuari' itiiujt,
Tine llottl is ht'Hli'd by Mi-iiiii, lis sO'iui
Laundry, Hydraulic tlevator, fclm tric l .ul llci.s
Automutic Kirn-Aliirm. Huths, absolutely pure uir
u rteotHcvserace and loiunlele appntiitm'ents.
Jsiii.crli fiiriiislilin;; pirlecl service; ate! an iid
Sua I lid lalue .
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A'IKNT TOR Till? SAI.lt OK
Uaxtkk stkam knoin K
CaM'h Msc EtiRltii
uiifl Marine Engines
l''AltM EXCIXKS, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BKLT1NO,
Pulleys mul Ceneral Supidies.
No. Vlt, North Third Street,
nilLMlHI Plil A I'A.
U ER. KLINt'8 GREAT
U tfJi NfcRVE RE8TQRER
19 ur hir all 111; A I N N.H M
DiKMsro. Oxt.v m kk ci ii Vi (hh Nuivk Arrrc-
iions. I-1 o.Ki-n.Ki'sv.rt.' IN F Al.t.l lll.K ifuksii
hn diriiolcil. AiWiiVfi- rtr.o'ii'. imc. 'l'matiiip k
$2 trml bottln fruit to Kit ('Mos.tliry t I lift- rtnrnni
harKiiann hot.whi'n rvslvpil. Hni nsim.,r o mul
tiiri'lis'ianxiofsllllclitit to Ini Kt,IM:,'.:il Ari'li
St..l'lill'l'.f" .Vt Jirunui.l. I.ir.ii- AVuu.il.
i.Bwiun, hi nnimuivM eurnrnu uii:iinrirr'i.
Btlniflnsr. Bmnrtliiif hmJ 1'nliifiil Buiisiitlotia ofliio
SI OOlprb,,nl' ywsnleby nllclniBS.
Ll illlts.orsnntliy Kxurrns nn r
ci hit of wrlca, JOHN 1). PAUK WONrt.
J7ft nnd l77 8yrn,mnrtBt. OINOIN NATI
OUW. l'lciuu luouiluu tills puyur. A
Kiir k1o by 1..VKCUAY lHUH , Cnlro, 111.
1'lnrn ilinit lim In iiiiiKk iniMM'r
(ill H null llll'l 1 1 ll . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Itivl'Stllll'lltS
III iTioi, pnivlHl. lis Mini nUH k
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H I 1 1 II 1 1 1 K i I :r 111. I'll t.l t,IIINI,CUHl
p" 111 i Imv li"ii ihuM 'imI ninl
I'lihl Ui Invi'i tiil'a imiiiitiiMiiu to
i'i"'in InnrN I.I.H nn.ilniil tiiM'st-
uii'iii., i,tui ii'iivimr tiii'iii'iitiiini in
ViMiliiicnt iiiiiKIiim iiioiH'y or psy.
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I'tiliini tin t iiiiiti'ini'iiis rf (mul W
""Hi f- Hi' Wlillt I I'h HIHI llo
imnnts, wlui will r'i" 't on uiup
ami liiti'iiiliirn tlin (iliin. l.llioriU
ctilinnlsN nun iiulil. Adilrcss,
n.l MNIVl! X H I II II I A U. 'w.
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ROOT&ftRi MUSIC C0'3
?HEB?.9p0"J?rlD CATALOOUB FOB
1882 BENT FREE lo any sjlilnss, ISO lllu"
iuviu 'lio";1; ,BR88. OtRMAN
wiih rull Instructi.im for formlrm Unniii, dU
wd"4 Jcl."?",,ln,ion of lusirnrosuU -WHAT
nd HOW to purrhsMij tnrns for
f . url v.r p IstliiK, rpiririK, 4c. WIIUlso
', ,ie"r"d'."r un Orthfttra
""' P. Jts noniilur muslr. AiilrM
IHE ROOT i SONS MUSlC C0.,CHICAG0.IU
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs.Soabury & Johnson, ISannfoctui
ing Clieraista, 21 Flatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Fublio prefer
others. We consider them one of the very
few roliaUo household remedies worthy
of confldonco. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
UrmBon'HCapr-inn Planter is a ffenulct
Parmaceutical product, of the hitrhest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physioUne and druggists.
When other remedies fail get s, Ben
son's Capcine Planter.
You will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
AM'UK KK.MKUY AT LAST. I'hmtvts,
H LAD'S Medicated C01IN nnd BUNION PIASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
llliKid. Anil willrnniiiltelvctiBnitstlin blood in thee n-
tirnysiiMti in I lirt-i. montln. Any pnrwin who will tokn
1 tilll t'nili niKhtfnim 1 lo lli wnelcinny be rsMnrvd
toimnn.l lii'nltli. if such lhinjrliKHmiiiblB. Kuld ct
erjwhiTi', nr sent by niil fur H lultnr stumps. 1 H.
Juumiu.n A tu., liunlon. Mans., furmerly lUinor, Me.
W W bL WdkVi
017 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A leirular Cfrnilunio of ivi iiicillonl
Pulli ui"., Inis Iwi'ii l.iiitiT in.'iiui'd In tholri'itt
nn'iil i'f ( 'lironii-. N't-rvoim, Miin and
llloo.l IH-I'IIM'S 111, I II (111 V (UlliT I'll vsliliin In
tt. I.1111U. ni cltv nin-r4 .hnw Hinl ufl nlil rt---ib
iiM know, ( oii'-iiluiibin h 1 nillci-nr ly 11111II,
fii i mul Invlti (I. A frli'iiillv lulk or his 1 1 1 1 . 1 1
costs iiuililiii,'. Inn It Is incori fii l.-n t tovlslt
the city lor tri-iituieiit. tn-.t Ii-1 111-4 run he -tit
by niiiil or rxjirt-ss cvorvn licrc. Curable canog
iru;ir.iiir-.il : wluro iloiibt exists ltUlinukly
stiiii il. 1'iiH or Wrlti'.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
aflu.-.: : -; f T:;.-oat, Skin and Bonen, Blood
ImpuritieandBlood roisoninkin Affoc-
tions, 01d Sores and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage. Rhoumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked hrain.
SURGICAL CASES rnceiva srecial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Ii lf-fvli'nt th.it n plivsli'liin pnylnif
piirtb ubir alti'iillon to u rlii-- nl m-i's 11II11I111
k 110 1 hlilll, ninl phy 'li'isiis In p uiiliir irni tli'i
nil 1 v r thi i niiiiO'v knowlnir this. IVi"iii"iilly
ri'i-oiiunriiil cu-i'S to Hie nlib -l iiilicp In Alli'Tlrii,
uhcro rrry kiinivn 1 1 1 1 it 11 c-t is ri-nol'li-d to,
und tin1 pro'i-d (toimI m-iuiwUhm of fill
iiuii :iml - n ii I r I -h 111 1. iiMil, A ho. boil-e ii
iisi'il ! ir Hill,-- iHii'im-i's mul nil lire Iri'iiti-il w ith
skill lit H n'Sifi'it'iil 1111111 n.-r ; sinl. knowttiK
Hh:it to il 1. no ciitI ti i -11 1 11 ri' in 111 le. 1 n nr
count 01 the irnnt number ii l v 1 11 k tho
rliiirKcs are ki i't low. often lower tliiin In
ibiii.'indiil bv otliers If Mill secure the skl'l
nml net a ee.)' ami n i lei l 1 i 1 1 cure, that la
the luiorliiiit niritler. l'auihlct, M pHRCI,
Bcnl to any adilress liee.
I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i PAGES.
Klcirinit cloth nnd Kilt blii'lluir. Sealed for GO
ei'iili in iimtnuo or ciirieni'V. over II fly won
'irn1 pen ileiiiri'H, true to life , iirtli des on tlm
follow luit snblei'ti . ho inn) iiinrry. who not;
v livr Proper sire to iniiiTv. V ho tunrry llrit.
A oiliootl, WolllHIllloo'l. Iiivleiil llet'liy. M'ho
'.lioubl in :.r . lion life nml hupplne-. iniiv Im
Inei. 1 -eil. Tho..e lenirie.l 01 loiileiiiiiliillnK
In.ii Mh u shoiibl re.'ul II. 1 1 011 if b I to lie rend
hv nil adult pei -oiis, then ke t uiob r luck anil
U'rW I'oplilur eil 1 1 loll, same - :lb.i e, but pspt
rover ami Huu ume.i, i'5 cent hy mall, In ujuiu
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Ih Bironles of unions Colic, thu Indlscrllmlile
panin of Chmnic Indtircstlun, the debility and
nieiitiil tiiinr rcuulilntr ftom a rontlve bablt, may
he certainly avoided hy rek.tilatlii(j tho system with
that reuhl and turmahlnK nundard PreDara
tion.'larrNrifi ultzcr Apcrliiit.
I'roriirnlilo at all I)rul'i.'lstH-
10 to 20,000
In li'eiiiinitcjiiiliciiiiiH Tn cii'iiilon In (irnin, Pro
vlnioim and Miu Ksori our perfucti-il plan, yields
sure iiioiiilily pr.iilts to an;e ami nnill Investors.
Address fir full iiiirtiiiilni-a. K. K Kent nil ,t Co,
Com 'ii .Meirliiiiiis, 17; Ji lill U al)o si, ChlcHCO III
wishing 10 limn an auiiaiiilancu vlih a view to
nisrrlniic. sci.d a ceiii siiimp fur sealed letter, with
fun piirtinilHrs, to l'lperA llrluhnm, lluslon Mane.
B()Alil)IX(i & DAY SCHOOL
?om no vs.
Fifth vear tie.'ins Septeinher 1. lSj. A flrst
clas liiyli school ; unseet urian ; strict dlclplliie;
thorouuh luntriictinii; kTraduntes studi iils in the
classical aim c ninietcml courses. JNutnbur of
boarders limited, r'or rntnlniM n ailiiress
UhN. K. HiSTKK, A, M. Principal,
I'l iV I'iuu slreots, M. I.oiila.
'f)I'V(i Afl'V H von wiim tolcurnTclcL'ra.
1 'l '"l"' 1 In inn Cm months, and ho
certain or a smiutioii, addiess
JHIiesville, U Ik,
CPKINtiriKI.il (11,1.1 Ill SINKSS ((ll.l.KliK
l-VntnpliM! actual hiiilncss pnu lini, mini fcr Jour
nal freu ,
N h W AIiVEUTIMiMLXTS.
1'It "1 Olil v 1 .
11111 lv Llible.
Ciiiitiilniin! huili v ifions of the .ILW TESTA
MKNT. Wt in ,k' tin extra chnn-e for 1 tie addi
tion. Other pub-1;,,., i holonraph M.iI1l)k.
Ushers clisrL'e tl 11 11' h AlUUlUS
KLKUAN 1 HKsKiNS IIhikIsoiih-Ix liniiud
Our Mihles c nit'iltrj.-00 usi'cs. .n 0 llmstra.
tlons. Kxtrn inrinn n 1 ms olVered to hnertretic
Am'tits. I:iiisttatrd ( alnlocne sent on apt iiratlnn.
A.J . Uolniiiu ,tc Co . PJ -i ;rdl St., I'liilndelpliln.
iilhlnii in i" wurlil eiiiiul u. 11 .in tn
our-l H.obilii, hn.i'.. Iioil,, Tior. IV.1 sirn,
Bore Kyi-", WitciiiUI bthne-t, Ctlnrrb Lcof
Al'I'i-llti', l.-mili, Cr'iiihi'... &n I all llluuil
rdiK'HM!. ll n.irr laili. All .Inuatit and
country nu-rc li'i'ti-Ti n-ll It. II. k. Mpllcn
A lo., I rn. 'll-hlircl,, on vvorv hollla.
Cl'y Clerk's n!!'c , Culto, III. An;. .'ils', 1S.2.
Scab d itopu-uls I" 1 e rec y. d at 1I1U ollice,
dlri'deil to ti e cite co,u eil o the city of Cairo un
til ineeiini; of the council, 'I iiscday eveuii ir, Sept.
PJih. Isk , for fiiriiis'.i.i'i' t',.e niHtcrliil ..'d doinir.
thu v.'ork. o- i!ii'"i; the work 111 c s-. ry 'or 'he re
construct ion ot the lo li m im; kiIcw iiflci, to he con
struct d of wood, vz: On easterly si(l of Wal
nut Hi cut. biiiiii Klevvnth an t Twelfth
streets: on I In- Northerly side of Filth street run
nllil! li'i feet wesicr y ftom Wai-hinu'tnt) aveiuia.
To he constructed of brici, v.r.: On the nor herly
sidf of Fifth street itiiininir :7S feet eastwnrdly
from V nut street ,s pruvu'.eil hy ordinandi
No. "H npprovi'U ovniier j-.l, lssl, which la on
file in this clllcu an I subject to examination hi any
time A irood ami niillcient bond for twice the
amount must accompany all propositions. The
right to rej ct anv ninl nil bids re-i rved by the city.
U.J FOLEY, Clw Clerk.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pHKftTER. '.'1st ycir opens September 13th.
''New PulldiiiL's. fnpunor accomiiiodntlons.
Appointments complelc. Finish, ColliKiate,
Chemical, Civil Kni-'ine-rlni co irses. Decree
Cotiterred. Apply to W. P. alliday. Ksq., patron
Cairo, III., or to Col.. TIIF.O. HYATT, West..
CI11I1-, oilers tlm Kiire-t nuniiKof muUiiifc nvnlar nvnihly
pnioisinnii iiivowiiienirioj sintofiimuor im ru ctt-niintr in
p ni 111 nnri
luu'h uieiiilieret'ts I be Is'iictli, "I C.iiiIuimiI cnpiuil uf the
CI11I1. Ill to Inn H-r ceiii. Ii.t Mends uini mouihly. llo-
rKiiTHoroH'ratinniiseii earn tnntii er. blinre- Mitu-n,
rcilct'in ilile, iniim-c-iible. tninieniblp. A ivlinhle i'or
P'iouilciit wsoteil In every town. Rivlul iiiiliuTiiienta,
Kxiilftiiatoryrii-1-iilarn'iit 'free. Atitri" li. K.KkUUX
llCo., 177 il Ull l.aMillc.Sl.,CllU;AliO, JLI.
OF EVERT KINO CHEAPEE THAN KVEB-
Iiifles, Shot fiuiiM, Keiolvers, Ammunition,
FIsIiIiik Trtekln, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Knieora, skates, Hummocks, etc.
Lrii llliiMlriileil Cntiilogue Fit EE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I.Hilles and Gentlemen, toenfrsfr
with us lo sell several I'an'ul Household
Artlrli-s. l'i'olllsj liir(e Ln'oor i liRht.
Hxcluslvn territory Klvcn, No competition.
Terms lllicrnl. Clrrulnrs FKF.K. . Adiirv's
Hewitt Uauiifurt'K Co., ilux WIS, I'iltsbumh, Ps.
Swodiih IusMot Ponrilor Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thoroughly cxtormltiHto Ronches, Ants,
tied lUitts, Fleas, l.ii'o.'l'obiiceo nml Cotton Worms,
Moth, etc. H is fiilc, sure, cli'iinly ami cheap. It
will not poison iiniinuls or fuels, Sample pack
Hues by mull 'M cents, post-paid. Stamp tnlcen.
t'lrciil.irs free Ants Wonted. Aditresg,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
1(1 J of all kinds for sale very cheap.
IBfiCataloguesfreo. AiMrem, RICHARD
III HULL t CO. Box 868, rittubnrKh. Fa.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances art lent en 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNa OR OLD,
WHO are snlTertni fmm Nanvotia Pasitirr,
Lost Vitality. I.Aea or Nrava Fo- ai
Vtil'iK, Wasti.hu Wssskh. anil all Uins iIismus
of a I'ltasoiut, Nitnus ri'sulilnir from asi.sji anil
(iTiisa I'aI'sks. Nnoeily rvllef ami piiniploU rt
rat Ion of HRALTH.viiiiiaiinil Manmihipiii'ahantiikii.
Thnictinditills'ierr "f His Nlnetesiiih tVntnry.
(oad at ones lor lllustrshsi l'iiiihle fn. Adiinw
VOLTAI0 lilTC0.,MHHAtl. WICH.