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K, A. KUKNKTT,
I'ublli her ami I'ro'.rlotor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
oftho presont generation. It la for the
Cure of this'diHettse and its attendants',
BICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS." DYS
PEPSIA; COWSTIPATIOy, PILES, etc., that
tUTT'B PILL8 have gained a" worldwide
reputation.NoJRemyal ever been
Siaoovercd thatBcta bo gentljrjonjths
diKestive organs, giving them vigor to a
Bimirute food. As a natural resuHT the
lervous 8yHt5raj Braced, tneMuaclea
aro Developed, and the Body Robust.
'Cliillw nnd JPoTror.
E RIVAL, a planter at Bayou Sara, La.aayst
Hy plantation U In a malarial dlstrtot. For
aevaral years I could not make half a crop on
account of bilious dlaftanna and chill. I wu
nearly dlai'ouragod whan I began the uaa of
TUTT'S I'UAM The rt.si.lt was mimloui:
my laborara iood bramn hearty and robuat.
and 1 bava had no further trouble.
They rrllrvr lha i-nrorgwl I.lvar, rlanaa
thf iiIimmI fr.ina iM.l-M.noua bamon, nn4
raatr llir- twmeU U met n at u roily, nllJi.
til hlrli no itnr ran fr-l rll.
Try I h la re msni y fal rly , a nit y on will rain
healthy llr-tlon, ItfOri.tivKodr. Pun
filood. Mrouf Serea, aud a tnund l.lvrr.
J'rlre. Si3t en la. OlllossiU Hurray au, K. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ib v IT fit or Whisk I R changed to a flue-ny
iti.MiK hy a ini(l iipplii'iuloi. of this ))yk. It
Imparts a natural color, and arts IntjinUinHMiAly,
t-oid lit- l'nik,-itt, nf v-nt by express ou rtsrelpi
fr line fMlar.
Office), 43 Murray Street. New York.
(fr. 71 TV .V4.VI II, of laluabl
lt formation nnd Imrful Brr-riptw I
trill be mailed THZl on aouUcation. F
Tlic 1U1 and N'orthlrss
arc iii.vtr iinita'.i il ku1 counttrfuiieJ. This
is ei cially true if a family rne-liciiit', lind
it ii positivu pniut that thu remedy imita
ted is of thu liihect value. As wkjii as it
ha I been tested and proved by the whole
world tint Hep Bitters was thu purest, best
and most vitlual.le family medicine on
earth, many imitations nprung tip and Im
parl U Meal the notices in winch the press
and people of the country had expressed
the merits of II. B., an I in every way trying
to induce Butferiin; invalids to use their
tituir instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and irood name of II. IJ. Many
others started nostrums put up in similar
(style to H. B., with variously devised names
,io which the word "Hop" or Hops'' were
us?d in a ty to induce people to believe
they were the same as Hop Bitters. All
such pretended remedies or cures, no mat
ter what their style r name is. anil es
pecially those with the word "Hop" or
"Hops'' in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware of them'
Touch none of them. Use nothing but en
uine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster
of preen Hups on the white label. Trust
nothimz else. Drusitists and dealers are
warned against dealing in imitations or
A NOTEM TlCT I NT ITLKO WOiLAM.
Front tb Borton Giotx.
Utnrt. EMori .
The alxiTe 1 a ood llkxnma of Vm. I.yitla E. IMnk
ham, of Lynn. Ma,, who aborpall oilier human belnfH
may tio truthfully called the "Pear Friend of Woman,"
aatomo of her ronvipondentu love to rail her. Sha
ii falouly derotod to her work, which U the outcomU
of a life itu'ly, and U cbHtfi-d to keep tlx lady
aMlrtAnt, to holp her oniwerthe larjro eoiwpondeni'a
which dally iioure In upon her, each bearing lt special
burden of mlTerlng, or Joy at release from It. Iler
Vegetable Compound U a niedlclno fur good and Out
ct parpoft'. I lutvf penonaily liiTcatlcated It and
amnatltfli-d of the truth of thla,
On account of lt proven merlta, It U recommended
anil proscribed by thobett pliyilclaiii tn the country.
Ouo says i "It works like a charm and saves much
pain. It will euro entirely the wnrst form of fulllnir
of tho uterus, IuC'irrhcea, Irregular and painful
Menstruation. all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flooding, all Plp!acenicnt andtliocon
aoqucnt spinal wcAknoss, and la eioclally adapted to
the Change of Llfo."
It permeates every portion of the system, and (jives
now llfo and vigor. It removes raininess, flatulency,
destroys all craviiuj for stimulants, and relieves weak
ncss of tho stomach. It cures Illuallng. Iloailai'lies,
Nervous Proatrutlon, Oenral Uvblllty, Blenplmsnrss,
Doprosnlnn and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, causing win, wolght and liackai hn, la always
permanently cured by Its use. It will nt nil times, anil
umlor all circumstances, act In liarmouy with the law
that governs tho female system.
It costs only l.por bottle or six for tn., and Is sold by
druggists. Any advleo n'oulml as to Bxx tol eases, anil
the names of many who have been rcstotwl to porfocl
health by tlio use of tho VtMrctal'lP Compound, ran bt
oblalni'd by nililrosslng lira. P., with stomp for rily,
at her homo In l.ynn, Muss.
For Kidney Complaint of eil W sex this romHjuml Is
unsuriMUwd anal itimlnnt test linoulals show,
"Mia. lliiltliam's Mver l'llls," says one writer, "am
(lis best In fui tcot'M forth euro of Count Ipntlnn,
nillousneu and Torpidity of tho liver. Her lllood
ruriller works woiKlcrs In Us special line and bids fair
to itin tho Compound In Its popularll y,
All must rosiwot her as an Angol of Merry whoso sols
ambition Is to dogoou to other.
Philadelphia, Pa, 00 Mra.AJM.n.
LOST MANHOOD KEWTCHED.
A vintliii of youlliiul liiiiirutk'ncii cbiihiiik l'rehn.
turo Jiecsy, Nurvniia Puliiiliy, Lout llniiliooil, itc,,
liavitiiT tried In vulu every known remedy, 1ms dm.
covorod a simple e. II oiiru, wblcli lie. ttlll notui I'liMH
to his fdlow. siiirners. adilrosa J, . KliliVIX
49 iliaUiaiu mu, Ns Is .
Council Chamiiku, (
Cairo, 111., Sept. 12th, 1883. (
Present His Honor, Mayor Thistlewood
andAlderinen Halliday, Hinklo, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Swoboda and Wood
Absent Blako, Fatier, and Puttit 3.
Ou motion of Alderman Wood minutes
of last tegular meeting approved without
An ordinance granting permission to
Louis Herbert tojmove frame building to lots
21 & 22, block 31, city, was read the second
Alderm in Pettier and Pettit appeared in
On motion of Aldernuo. Wood adopted
by the following votu:
Ayes Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim
brough, McIIale, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda,
and Wood 9.
REPOKTS OF OFFICERS.
Bcports of A. Comings, P. M., for July,
and f O, A. Uoboru, ,1. P., for July, and
August, were lead.
On motion el' Alderman Pettit, received
REPORTS OK COMMITTER.
The committee on streets submitted the
To the Mayor and City Council:
Gentlemen Your street committee
would recommend the improving and
grmhngof New L'.vee streets as folio:
That the hight of tho grade of said street
or leven be fiftv-four leet above low water
mark, with a Uopo to the base on the outer
side of one foot perpendicular to live feet
horizontal ; and that the work on said im
provtnetit commence inimeditaely.
N B. Thistlewood,
Jesse tl inkle,
. Street Committee.
Alderman McHale moved in the adop
tion of, and concurring in report.
Alderman Wood moved to amend by in
cieving report and instructing clerk to ad
vertise Cor sealed proposals for doing the
woik nt so much percubic yard.
Motion as amended carried by the fol
Ayes Halliday, Hiukle, Hughes, Kim
trough, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood
Nays McIIale 1.
Alderman McHale explained his vote
stating that he thought the work would
be more satisfactory by having it done by
the days work.
The committee on claims to whom were
referred the following bills, reported back
same, and receommendiDg payment on
L. P. Axley, SJs days on sidewalk,
at 11.00 1 14 25
Louis Koss, 27, same 40 50
11. Boyd, 20 same 40 12
Nath Williams, 23, same 34 50
W. L. Winaus, 5 kegs nails, at f 4.25 21 25
J. S. McGahey, 17,087 ft. lumber,
at 17, 47iHt. at $ 15 297 59
Kergusou Minard, constructing
155 ft. walk at 49c 75 95
Halliday Bro., 9 loads cinders at
I'. Culladine, 10 H) 9 'tt'jur ou
streets, at $1.50 15 75
George Uose, 1, same 2 62
Pat Magner, 7, same 10 50
M. Houlahan, 10 same 24 37
J. Rating, 11, same 16 50
Pat Corcoran, 13Ja, same 20 25
Ed. Jones, 7, same 10 50
M. Galvin, 7, same 10 50
J as. Meehan,162, same 24 75
Matt. Walsh, 3, same 4 50
Pat. Corcoran, 19j days with team,
at f3.00 58 50
Ed. Jones, 14, same 43 50
Wm. Garin, 14, same 42 00
Jas. Meehan, 16, same 49 50
Thos. Meehan, same 56 50
Henry Fisher, 2 days one horse cart
at 12.50 5 60
Dan Foley, 23; days on drains. . . 35 02
M. Driscoll, 26, same 39 00
Geo. Wesley, 12 J4, same 18 37
Tim. Hussian, 12, same 18 75
John Murphy, 4, same 6 00
M. Stanton, 4, same 0 00
Frank Drum, 4, same 0 00
Jas. Quiglcy, IJ,, same 2 25
Mike Hauaban, 4 days same 0 uu
John Cain, 8 days with jail gaug on
streets li UU
A. Marguard and son, 6 days labor
at park at $3.25 10 50
H. H. Baird, salary as street supt.. 75 00
Geo. Spcnce, 895 pounds of ico for
men on Btreets 0 70
H. T. Gerould, 138 lect 12 inch, and
58 feet 9 inch sewer pipe 46 88
F. Vincent, limo and cement 1 50
J.S. Hawkins, labor and material
for sewer 2 55
Smith Bros, 25 pounds salt and 2
whitewash brushes 2 05
Cairo City Gas Co., barrel tiro
clay 1 50
John Furgcrsou, hauling 19 loads
lumber 0 05
Peter Wulder, hauling 42 loads lum
ber 10 50
H. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
M. Shelton, services as janitor in
Banie 5 00
Gas Company, gas for same 85
C. W. Henderson, broom for same. 35
T, Schoembs, repairing stand 25
John Sproat, ico for clerks office.. . 2 70
John Cain, dietinrr nrlnoners bofore
and after trial 122 80
Gfta flonmnnv. rroa (or fall 0 35
Smith Bros, dozen brooms and 2
whitewash brushes 2 23
Gas Com nan. v. cas for street lamps. 270 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings and furnishing papers and
slips of ordinances 34 20
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
Siiui Bnnvn, removing garbage. . . .
Ht. Marys Infirmary, caro of pa
tients 32 80
A. Anderson, hauling lime 4
Oeo. Washington, disinfecting.... 3
L. IF. Myers, money paid for bury
ing dead animals 3 50
Gas Company, gas for police head
quarters Dunk Winslow, hauling man to jail.
II. T. Gerould, labor and material
IT. Danker, Jr., watchmgpark two
months 10 00
W. E. Hendricks, percentage on
fines collected 17 20
J. II. Robinson, same 20 50
O.A. Ostium, same 12 50
Chas. Thrupp and men surveying
. and repuring new levee 114 75
Alderman McIIale moved to allow claims
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Ilallidny, Ilinklc, Hughes, Kim
brough, McII tle, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda
and Wood 9.
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinances a3 per instructions of
council: Ordinance read as follows first
ORDINANCE NO. - .
An ordinance granting permission to 'leorze Rob
inson to erect an addition to his frame building
Hunted on lot 1, block if city ol Ca.ro.
ho it ordained by the city council of the city of
Section 1. License al pertrieelon Is hereby
granted to (ico'iro K ihinsoti to er-ct an addition
of wood 1'2 by 15 foct and 12 feet high to his pres
ent frame bul'dini! situated on lot 1, block 2), city
Alderman Wood moved to siip:nd the
rules to place ordinance on its second read
ing. Motion carried by tfie following vote:
Ayes Holiday, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim-
brough, MclIUe, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda
and Wood 9.
O'linatice read the second that.
On motion of Aldermuu McIIale, adopt
ed by the following vote:
Ayes Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim
brough, McIIale, Patier, Puttit, Swoboda
and Wood 9.
Finance committee having received of
Thos. J. Kcrth, city treasurer, the sum of
forty-three hundred ninty-nine dollars and
50 100 ($4,390.50) dollars in cancelled
coupons trom new installment bond anJ
twenty-one hundred thirty-eight and
7-100 ($2,139.07) dollars in
cancelled general city orders all
of which they had destroyed by burning
On motion of Alderman Wot! received
Committee on police, jail and fire dep't,
reported on petition of Rough and Ready
fire company, recommending the purchase
of two rubber play pipes, two feet six
inches long, and two tips one inch in
Alderman Wood moved to receive and
concur in report and the clerk instructed to
purchase said pipes; motion carried by the
Ayes Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim-
brough, McIIale, Pater, Pettit, Swoboda
and Wood -9.
Petiti'iu of I'.otto and Guzzola at-kicg that
hotel ruiiiii r license for Plai.ters House
now burned d )wn, be transferrri'l to Ar
lington House was rea l.
On motion of Alderman Pettit, granted.
RESOLUTION AND MOTIONS.
Alderman McIIale off .'red the following
resolution aud move its adoption.
Whereas the Wabash, St. Louis anil
Pacific Railway Company have not con
structed maintained and operated their
road and tracks located on Commercial
avenue, in the city of Cairo, ia accordance
with scctious 7, 8 and 9 of chapter 15 of
the city ordinances of said city, afler hav
ing 30 days notice from tho street com
mittee through tho chairman thereof to
comply with said ordinances; and whereas
said company has torn up our streets and
side walks on said avenuo in violation of
said ordinances above mentioned, and
thereby rendered them dangerous and im
passable to teams and pedestrians; and
whereas said railway company and its
officers have shown a determination to con
struct, maintain and operate said road in
violation of all law and utter disregard of
the rights of our citizens.
Therelore be it resolved by the city
council of Cairo, that the tracks and the
road of said Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific
Railway Company, located on Commercial
avenue in the city of Cairo, is aud the same
are hereby declared a public nuisance, mid
hereby ordered removed forthwith; nd be
it further resolved and ordered that tho
city marshall and the police force of the
city of Cario, are hereby authorized and re
quired to employ on behalf ot said city,
such men and mans as may be required
and remove tho tracks of the Wabash, St.
Louis and Pacifiic Railway Company, loca
ted on and along Commercial avenue 111 thu
city of Cario.
Alderman Pettit called for ayes and
nays on adoption of resolution.
Alderman Wood moved to amend resolu
tion by striking out all that portion after
thn word "nuisance."
Amendetit nccepted and resolution as
amondod adopted by tho following vote.
Ayes Hinklo, Hughes, Kimbrough, Mc
IIale, Patier, Pettit, Swoboda nnd Wood -8.
Nays Halliday 1.
Alderman Halliday explained his volo
by saying, that while tho track of the
Wabash R. R. on Commercial avenue north
of 20th street was not maintained in nc
cordanco with ordinances; and that tin)
railroad was operated south of Sixth Btrci't
in violation of the ordinances, he could not
say that the railroad between Sixth and
20th streets 011 Commercial avontio was
maintained and operated in such manucr
as to make it a nuisance, and ho was there
fore compellod to vote "no."
4 1.1 .. T,..' - iV 1 .1 . ,1 . I 1
Alderman Patier offered tho following
resolution and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That the city marshal and
the police force of the City of Cairo, is
hereby instructed to remove the railroad
tracks from 20th to 34th Btreets, on Com
mercial avenue, and to employ such help as
may be necessary to do so, sumo having
been declared a public nuisance.
Mayor ruled resolution out of order, as
said instructions should bo given by ordi
nance. Alderman McIIale moved that tho Mayor
be instructed to give the St. Louis, Wabash
and Puallc railway company., fivo days
notice to abate nuisance.
Alderman Swoboda offered the following
resolution and moved its adoption :
Resolved, That the street superintend
ent be ordered to repair the sidewalk on
west side of Poplar street, between 19th
and 20th streets.
Resolution adopted by the followiug
Ayes Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim
brough, McHale, Patier, Puttit, Swoboda
and Wood 9.
Clerk opened and read proposal of De
vore& Minard for construction ot sidewalk
on northerly side of 5tli street, 125 feet
next to Washington avenue, at 50 cents per
200 feet on west aide Walnut, between
11th and 12ih streets, at same.
On motion of Alderman Wood referred
to committee on streets.
Mayor informed council that olllei lis of
I. C. R. R. desire city to take steps to rip-
raping slope of Ohio levee where slide took
place, before they would commence to rail e
levee to deoired hei'dit.
Alderman Hughes moved that the street
committee be instructed to consider the
propriety ol doing the work.
On motion of Alderman Wood meet
ing adjourned. D. J. Foley,
Kalamazoo, mich., Feb. 2, 1882.
I know Hop Hitters will bear recom
mendation honestly. All who use them
conler upon them the highest encomiums,
and yive them credit for making cures
all the proprietors claim for them. I have
kept them since they were first offered to
the puplir. They took high rank fp'in
the first, and maintained if, and arc more
called for than all others combined. So
long as thny keep up their high reputa
tion for purity and usefulness, I shall con
tinue to recommend them something I
have never beforo done with any other pnt-
J. J. B.ncocK, M, D.
If Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham has not really
discovered the Elixir Vita?, which the an
cient Alchemists sought by bo much patient
research and persistent experiment, her
medicine seems, at least, likely to coinmnnd
an immense sale and universal popularity
in the future. If rapid progress and emi
nent success furnish any basis for a correct
judgment, Mrs. Pinkha.ii is a most prom
ising competitor for such honorable d:s
tinction as the alchemists failed to achieve.
Dluilitated persons, and sufferers from
wasting diseases such as consumption,
scrofula, kidney affections, will he greudy
benefitted by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Ecry woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr,al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taHte, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold bv Harry W.
Sehuh. " (2)
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Selleck & Co,, St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
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 Driving's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store, (2)
Mothers! Mothers 1 1 Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering nnd
crying witl the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle ol
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; thero 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 regulalo the bowels,
and frivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion ol one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in thu United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
"I AM now ready to lay down my bun
dles." So Bind a laboring man, who, for
long years had toiled to support his laiuily,
Hiid had becoino reduced in health. lie
now Bays that Hops tind Mult Bitters has
made him a new man.
JJucklen'H Arulea Salvo
Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
SoreB, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give ruir
fuct satisfaction, or money rofundod. Price
25 ceuts per box. For isle by Quo. E
lRB4BcuifTSSSu KATaLOOUB FOR
1883 8ENT FREE to any adilreas, 180 mi
SILVER aii'l Btinf ,BEA88. OUtuA
with full Instruction for forming- Bands, dl
wiJIn.""'1 ,f'"""lni'lon of instrument -WHAT
and HOW to purchtse; term for
.. !i " "V ''I"1'""' "t''rlng, Ac. Will also
s- iid, If desirud, our hand on,i Orehutra
iui iTnrW tcZl'iKE'.V'l" mant- Address
THE H00r sons MUSIC C0.,CHlCAG0.ia
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Mesnrs.Beabury & Johnson, Manufacture
In? Cbomista, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen :-For the past tew yean we
have sold various brands of Poroua Plas
ters. Physicians and the Putlio prefer
Ponwon'w Cnpolnn Poronw PlontPr to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence They are superior to all
othsr Porous Plasters or Liniments for
. P.rrison'si Cfipoinn Plawt.gr Is a genaira
I'armacouticul product, of the highest
order cf merit, aud so recognized by
phyoiclans and druggists.
When other remedies full set Ben
son's Capcine Floater.
You will bo disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
MiltH KK.IlKliY AT I.A'-T. Price Vrt.
MLAD'S Medicated CORN nd BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS l&S
Itltri'il, ami w illrniMpli'tt'ly rlinnjr (lift Mood iu thn
tiiv KvMein in fhtvi-i luoiitlm. Any permit who will tak
1 pill cm h nitrht from t tn I9wwkntny h rptorn,
tonmiml health, If such a th me he jkimi)1a. eiuid ev
erywliere, i,r Kent liy mail fur H letter stamps. 1 H.
JoiUbuN i, Co., liualon, .Mass., formerly liaugor, Mo.
C17 St. Charlos Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A 7-ffulr Orfoluitte of two medical
riillri;,-. has hfi'ii Iniitfi r cionim-il lii the tivat
ii.ciiI nC ( 'hroiiic. Nervous, wliln uml
llliiriil I ft ,-., - lli.ui an v olhir I'h vhIi'Iiui In
St. I. nil Is. as eltv i.in i s t-liinv 11111I all old re.-U
di'iit.i know. ( (intuitu! Inn nt ciillee or by mall,
free .111,1 Invited. A irl.'ihllv talk nr Ills iliiiiu
enls iiiillilnu. Whi n Is (ncont enli iit to vl-.lt
the city (it treiituii nl. nii illeliies enn he sent
bv mull nr espri-s 1 ,-rvw here. Curable rases
t u:ii :inti , ,l : wln-re linuht mints It Is frankly
Hati'il. Cull or Write.
Kr-rvous Prostration, Debility, Muntal and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
afW ; : ' -oat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impuriti8sandBlood Poisoning, Skin ArToc-
tions, 01dSorcs and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
MarriagO; Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attcntiontoe!ise from ovor-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exocusas,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is t-clf-rvMi'iit that n ilivlel.in payltiff
pnrtlrulai' alO iitlnii t 11 1 l:i--nf rii-s utlnhis
L-o.'il -kill, inn) livsieiiiu In reitnlur liraellen
nil over the mutin y kmm ltii; this. 'i-eiiM'iitly
reeoiiiiiii'inl ea-es in ih,. i.l.i, -tiil.. In Alie rlra
where- every kunwii iiiilluliee Is resorted to,
ninl the trrvMl U'oh1 ri-mfiiMi ol' nil
nues :nii eiiuiiti'les lire ui-il. A whole boil!. is
ii ri lor oilli-t- iuri'Ose, and nil are tri aleil with
skill III a r. -1 1, 1-1 1 1 1 1 manner: ami. kiinwliin
w hat In do. in -j, 1 .1-1-1 in, ni are maile. (in ae.
count of tho ureal number Hiilylnf;, thu
charges are k -1. 1 low. often lower than Is
ibnianileil bv nllieis If von secure the skl'l
uml K'-t 11 l ly and per feet lin- Mire, that Is
the liiil'iii't-iut miller. 1'iilul'hli I, 110 panes,
sent to any mlilreSH free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, ! pages.
Mle'.'.'int cloth ami wilt hlinlluir. healed for W
cehH In poMaui- or currency- liver till y won
'il-llll pell pictures, true to life, nil ll'les on tllfl
tnllou Invr Milijrets . In, ma marry, whnnotj
t; hv 1 I'l-opi'i- lu-e toiniii rv. ' W hn marry llrst.
..l.'Uliuo.l, vYomanhno'l. I'liv-h-al decav. Who
-In 01 1, 1 mar, v. Iln Hie ini'lli:i,ilnt may hn
llli'l 1 i"l, 'Tlin.r iiiallinl or UemplatlllK
linn tv 1 11 tr should remt 11. it oil u It t to be read
liv all 1 1 T . 1 1 1 pi 1 sous, lio n kepi under lock and
Lev. I'.ipular ed 1 1 Inn, line n- above, but paper
cover 1 11 1 1 piipt'k, ecu In by mall, la uiuutv
nr po tauu.
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ti&i.i aiowia tyuwMW
Tlinacnnlcs of Iilllous Colic, tho IndlserlhabU
pans, of Chronic lB.ti,.ti,;, ,), a e ,1 a a
iiienml stupor resnltlnir from a costhu hi,it, mar
ho curtaluly avol.l.ul hy reyniatliiK the sv.t, wlt5
hat SKrccahb. and r,.fr,hir,u ntatulard Pre parai
tion, Tarrant' Seltzer Aperknt "i""u
I'rociimlilu at all ltruVnlst.
In t't'llfnutc Judicious spccu'iitlnn In Cram, Pro.
Vlal.ui. and Mocks ou our perlee.ted plan, yield
sure inonllily pnillia tn litr-e and mull Investors.
Adilrces f.r full particulars, U. K Kclnli.ll 4 Co,
Coin 11 .Merclnfnm, i:r Jt iru l,o hulk hi, Chicago III
llilnu to Inrm 1111 aiiiiiilntHiico with a view to
mm mini), Miiid a cent eiamp fr sealed letter, with
Itltl pitrticuUrs, to I'ip.-nt Itrlhum, Uostou Mas.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL
VOl I HO' VS.
Klflh vear bo-nlns Huplvmher 4. 1HS1, A first
cla-s hlKh school; uiisectiir.un; strict rilclpllne;
thorough Inetiuctlon; u'raduates students In iha
class eal and coinmi rclal cnurHcs, Number of
hoarders limited, r'or rnttlo.,ii, s ndilrci-s
IlKN. It. FtiSTKIt, A. M. Principal,
I'i ,t Pipe slreots, St. Loula.
V OI'lVG MVX "y'" "iititlolioitriTcleirra.
, . , I'li.v ina lnniioiiilis, and D
certain of a slliiallon, Bdilrcss Valentine Urolht-M,
Jniitsviilc, , is.
OI'ICIN'CKIKM (II. 1. 1 III SINF.SS COI.LEtiK
ll'tinipel ailual business praci ice, send for. lour
mil free .
IK ) Jj3I AN'S FaVii i v-' i5i bit.
Coiitiiliilni! both versions of the sfcW TKSTA
MKNT. Wt: ui .ke no extia rhnrL'e fi r iho aildt
Him. IMIht liuli L,:,,J, iihotouraiih ill.
Ilehers elisp.-e ii I I lit.. " 1 iVlUUlll)
KLKttAN T liKM(iSS Ihiiitlstmiflj I'.iumkI
Our Hlhles emit .in mi pace-, ,,((! limstra
Hons. Kxirn In.ln, ein.ntH olVcred to Knertfctic
Arjeiits. Illustrated Cnlnlnciie senl on appllrailun.
A.J . llolmuli A Co . Ii -J Anil t-t., I'hilinlelphiit.
INoOilnif (i. 41.1 Htii lil tijuiii tt:irUiti
I Hcmfula, I'ininlc, i.i, T tf-r, OI1 Hiri,
Bore Kj.-i, WertiuUI Iiit4'itvit, CaTHrrb torn of
A'rt life, Kfiimlo Cmui'tainti. ai.J at I iltmid
' 'Hl.'ict. It ntrtr fstllti. All rliiiiuM. -ti'l
country ttro kHKrs t-l 11, It, rtpllm
i tu., IVoiji'a, I'll taT-rtrti, on in civ ho lilt)
JOTIC E '! "UCONTHACTOliS.
Ci'V I'ltrk's o'l'c , Cairo, III. Am:-. :ilsl, ISs-J.
Ht-ab t! itipo-i.lf w i;, ' c reci-iv. ii ai this office,
dirt cieit lo lb, city roi nt'il ol the c'ty of Cairo un
til iileelius wl Uiu coiiiicil. Tiiseilii) evi liinir, Wept,.
I'.'ih. IS . for fiin.J-'.o.-i; Ih-t iieiu-ri.il ii'id (toinn
thitts-.irk.il iloinir III" " ...1; p. (. ,rv fnr tho ro
coiistrucini.i ol l lie p. '.t v.u, ; h ; 1 1 1 w.ii'i..., to lie con
struct, ii i.f ivcod. v1.: tin easterly sole of Wal
nut Hi cel. helwt-eii KliveMh an 1 Twtill'th
stun ts ; on the Northerly aide of Kiltli street ruu
ntni: l'J.'i leet weso r y from Washington nveniio.
To bo coiisiructed of brick, vi,: On the nor lierlv
sido of Kllih street riiuulni; ;iT5 feet, eastwardly
from Wn iiHt street i provided by or.linuucB
No. ',S approved tivtinber ,1.-U, 1SI. which is on
Ille In this olileo itud iibj"ct to exaiivna'ton at any
timo A ood and sutnclent bond for twicB the
amount must accompany all propositions. The
right to rej et any ami all bids reserved by the city.
1). .!. RILHY.CItv Clerk.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pHKsTKR. 2It year open .September l:lth.
VNotv lliilldnifc'S. Snpnriiir accoininodnttons.
Appolntmunts complete. KuKlfsh, Colliiflato,
Chomlciil, t'lvll Kni'incrlni; courses. Doitrut1
Conlerred. Apply to W. 1'. Ilalllilav. Ksii., patron
Cairo, III., or to COL. TIIKO. HYATT, Prest.
C'liilw, otters thosnrei-t
prolil.-from in vi-si mem
I'llll. I.I of
I he Muiuitl
C'liil w, otters the surest 111,-itnsof uiakiiiirnvnlarmi.nl lily
i n,v.-"iinrinHoi f Miiiif unsjor mi.reiiniiiiiirm
GRAIN. PR0VISE0NS& STOCKS
im ii u.(-iiiis-rtn-is i.ne is-iiiTH ol t-oluoiuisl eiipUHl ot tllfl
Club. 10 to lit) por o-i.t. 1 iiviilcnils ivt.il niMiiil.lv-. Il
portsof o.nil inns sent ern b mt tnUr. Bh.ires til) each, '
ritlifiit tble, iioiih--ivmiIii,, iniosleiiilile. A n liiil.le cor-
ri'sisiiiiient. wsnleil ill every town, diai'tttl inilucemeiua.
Adilrc- K. K.Ki;Mi.tu.
llCo., K7it lTlll4ilNillu8t.,CUlOAt.iO, 11.L.
OF EVEBT KIND CHSAPEH THAN EVES.
Rifles, Shot (inns, Itevolvers, Ammunition.
FlshiiiK l'lteklo, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Iliuors, Skntes, lliiiiiiuoeks, etc.
Large Illustruleil Cntalo)rue I'UEE.
VcI c 1 resa
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
WANTED I I.a'lli'Hand Ocntlemen. toemraire
with lis to sell several Cseful Ilotisohofd
Articles, rroflts largo Ltt'.ior I light.
KiolitNlve terrlttiry rIvpii. No competition.
Terms liberal. Circulurs KUKE. Adilresa
Uewltt Mauufart'g Co., Wax Hits, Plttbur(th, Pt.
Swediih Iaioot Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It Will tlllirnmrlllv Pttp.lnllioto Pnuehns Ants.
Tteil lmns, l' ltw, i.U'P.'I'iiiuici o ami CottonWoruis,
Moth, etc, It Is safe, Pino, rli imly ami cheap. It
will not poison animals, or fowls. Rumple pack
nut's hy inn 11 :W coins, post publ. Stamp titkcn.
Clrtmtitrs froo. A,-nt Wnntrtl. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh, Pa.
jor an kinds for salo very cheap.
HULL t Cl
U08 Tree. AdtircHs, RlCrlBRU
Box 808. rUUiburgh, Pa,
BEFORE AND AFTER
EUctric Appliances art tent en 30 Oayt' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
Willi ars stitTerina; from Kaarooa Pssiiirr,
Lost Vit.i.itt, I trs nr Nrnv rosea sso
Vlnoa, WiSTlsn Wrssnkssks. and all thiwvillsiM
of a I'SHSOMAI, NiTi'lta rraultlnK from asissa and
OTIiaa I'acsss. Spsetly relief anil cnmplrtit rssl
Th irramteat dlatxifery of ths Nineteenth Ontnrr.
Send turns. fur lliustrattNl f aaihlt foM. Adtlrsat
V01TAI8 laTCO., WMIHAU.MICH.
Q laaBiBaissaaawsssuatssaa tjJ BKaaMaassss