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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINU, SEPTEMBER 17, 1832.
TUB CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Turin ot Suhioription,
Dally oiicyi ar by carrier 13 Of,
C!n per caul, dlpeoiiit il paid In a Ivancn.)
Oiilly, una year .y mull - 10 OC
lisily.otut month 1 (Ml
Weekly, onu yitur !i mi
Weeiy.'tl monthi 1 mi
Hrrii.lm of five or more for VVuokly iiullctlu at
ono'iiiiii, per year, 1 Vi
INVAIUABI.V IN A.1IVANI'.
All forunmiilcallotja ahouUl ,c addressed to
E. A. ill: H.N K IT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
MEN' WOME.V AN'D IJOOKi.
EDI1KDI.N THE INTKHIiHT OK THE CAIHO
PUBLIC Ul.lt Ally.
"A Lesson in Love," onu of the most
jileusinj of tlie ItiHirul Rubin stries, is by
Mrs. Ellen W. 0. Kirk, the wile of the
luHtoriiin, un l editor of Lipjiinuott's Mag
aiiie. A ui'iiiiiiijciit to H ilicluis was unvuilt-il in
lii nitivo towu of C'liinon, in July.
A njlir. wliicli lirouijlit JtlOS nt tl.o Hamil
ton Palace bhIc, wns & Crulk stone 'dollar
Btiuck to comnvinorate, the marrisj'a of
Miry, (Juji-iiof Jkots, with Lord iWnliy
in 1305. It was act in a frame ot wood
from the famous ji-w tree, anl mounted in
Bilvcr, each i-ido having ii,srri'tioiia and
name of ;ivi r.
Tli! tunny who read "Joliti a-Drcams,"
by Juiim Slur-fin, io nut need to be told
that "Dick's Wanduiing" hint tho sune
quiet hirtti and delicate finish. Dick is
well n'h m clear and defined a l'.nure an
I'i n 1 :nu'n. U jt:y and h'T broth ,-r are al
ni' it iniliy (to, Kil l Dck'n mother as
loving an 1 iiiirc tJ iti ibl'j iiirl ns easily
prcjiriti.ite 1 ih L.u.i. Tlire is iirmihtibly
hlllil'im'-H tuilttitl of ile.M'riiiliufi, iit -i of
ketrr ts! o'tservvion an ) p.ii.nsoji'.izinn;; u
bright Ariiericnu who is i. either a
,I'Mif.y .Millar" imr "A Fir H.rbariiin,"
but ki"i ('rcu.'b f i urtVrtar d hirsi-lf and
liit'h br; 1 i"i')iih not to Buffer (nun the
Hens'! iftx'ii'C'' m ub'th ! ,iira!j.e
many u,ir,tm li::ii's v t.:i brought
l'uct. 1 1 f .i.o v.th English s 'cicty. Hut
with the -eerie laid, the actors all in pUce,
there il urif.rluntU:ly no play to speak of.
Wo constantly expi ct wune!!,i,i0' ih it never
Impperis, and end with the conviction that
"IXck's Wandering" is the most r8tisfi.rt'ry
au l the most exappcratinyly unsatisfactory
novel of the d i) O.ir Ointment.
A lectureship in physical science hits
been cstibliblied at Iialliol College, Oxfutd,
by the Duke of Dodford, w ho bus given
i'5000 for its endowment.
Cincinnati Art Schools -Mr. Joseph
Longwortli. the gentleman who practically
give 10,000 to the city of Cincinnati as an
endowment for the art school, proposes to
give an endowment fund of f I0.00C a year
toward the same end conditionally that the
art d'-p;irtrneiit of the McMu.keti University
or ' School of Art Museum." Mr. Long
worth's ide is to the matter of instructing
pupils for practical business to the
Mechanics' lustitute. He thinks that the
''School of Design'1 having bicoine the
ovcr-ba lowing feature of the university, it
should be associated therefrom. He wants
the name "School of Desiirn" abandoned,
and the "Art School Cinchmati" sub-btitut.-d.
ClIILDIIif't) IN MUllKUN I.ITKHATl'KE.
The very llower of modern literature
may be said to blossom in tho sentiment
inspired ly cbildbnod. That sentiment
is not pauii nor heathen; it is preemi
nently Christian. And what children it
lias consecrated in our memory! "Mig
non," the uniiiue, thu studied, tho pro
foundly su'estive, and strange creation
of tho great Goethe a truly "mysterious
child; tho daughter ol enthusiasm, rap
ture, passion, an 1 despair; bIic is of the
earth, but not earthly." In our own
literature we have "Pearl" and "Pansy,"
the creation of a poet, 11-iwtliorne; we
have "Topsy" and "Eva," tho creation of
a homely but dramatic genius, 11. li.
Stowe. And, in tho children of Haw thorne's
romances, what capricious and
exquisite life! What contrast ! Long be
fore our modem literature embodied much
of tho life of children, art had scattered
its laughing and Binoothly curved images
over tho fronts of palaces, about Hilars,
and in pictures. Tho first ftcrvice of art
was religious, and tho Christian religion
had devoted it to tho cradlo in Hethlehem.
Where tho child 1ms not been, where its
presence la not felt in literature, wo havu
distressing and agitating writing; wo have
tho wan nplendor and misery of life laid
before us, at best tho triumph of power
and pillion. Tho child changes all that is
Bombre, r.nd transmutes all that is tragic,
into all that is hopeful. Childhood is the
very llower of life: how could it bo less
than a Joyous garland in letters for the
stricken brow of thought? It is sad only
when touched with our sadness, ard cursed
by our want. Wo can look into tho blue
eyes of children, and think of lakes; wo
look at their curly, careless head's, and
are gladdened as by sunshine; at their
cheeks, and are pleased as by tho soft petals
The literature of dnspair would bava otto
ray of light if childhood appeared in it.
What a roliof to overtaxed Bynipathie'a is
tho presence of childreu in "Werther!"
What gladness we hava to soo tho shining,
heedless heads of the littlo ones about
Children have been individualized in
modern literature. The sculptors of the
renaissiineo, as its painters, did not repre
sent tho individual. They generalized ; tho
cherubs of the painters and sculptors uro
typical. Tho first child that inspires a pro
found and personal interest is Goethe's
"Mignon;" it is subtly individualized.
Less poetic, less imaginative, as creations,
but closer to us, are Mrs. Stowe's "Tops)"
and "Eva," George Elliott's "Maggie," and
Charlotte llroute's creation in "Vilette."
Wordsworth's little girl in " We are Seven"
is suggestive and touihiiig; the simplicity
and naive persistency of childhood were
never more felicitously expressed. Aldrich's
reputation as a poet was made by, and
will probably rest upon, "IlaOio Hell," wilh
its music and fancy charm, and the per
fumed and dainty and touching grace of
which mixes with our very dreams of baby
hood, and seems not less exquieito than the
gilt of its life.
It is worthy of remark, that authors,
whose genius is fed by passion, have not
given any place to childhood in their writ
ings. Victor Hugo is the only exception
Neither in the works of Alfred de Musset
nor in George Sand, nor in Hoiisseau, nor
in Burns, nor in Poe, do we And the figure
of a child. Writers deficient in passion,
but tender and contemplative, like Words
worth, Longfellow, Whittier, and Haw
thorne, or simply domestic, like Mrs.
Stowe, have frequently given us portraits ot
children, and have expressed tho beautiful
fact and sentiment of their most personal
Somnambulism in Dogs.
There is something peculiar about
Bomuainbtiliiiu when considered from a
soieiitilie raid philosophical stand-point.
Th" oVejv-wallver, it will bo found, still
retains a dim idea, even while he is
sislecp, of the i.-niidiiiou of a (fairs when
be went to sleep. For instance, if be
icuvs his clothes in a certain part of
I lie room on retiring, lie knows when he
ri-es jut where to liud them, even in
lb' da'k. This is a tnMioii which
Hj'i'iis up a wonderful (ield for physio
1'igical and mental research.
While young and ffiddy we became a
somnambulist nnd excited a great deal
of curiosity by our strange freaks dur
ing sleep, and this one question of ttie
MumOering mind and its memory of
facts cititiLr prior to sleep was the
most remarkable thing about it all to
us. We poz.led over that a good deal.
At night we would retire to rest and the
next ihinsr we would know we would
wake up in tho middle of a contiguous
melon patch, and there would be two
or three other somnambulists there in
the same patch, and as much surprised
nn we were. Still there is the same
truth staring us in tbe face. Every
s'Uiinambiuist there had through his
sleep retained in his semi-conscious
slate a-perfect recollection of where ev
ery article of his clothing was and how
Vi'fiet cut of the uo-stairs window with
out waking the oM people.
live and bye the owner of the melon
jiatch procured, at great expense, a
large humorous bulldog, who was also
a somnambulist. He walked in his sleep
a good deal. That is whv we quit. We
didn't propose to descend" to the level of
the brute creation. We just said, if a
bulldog wants to somnam. ho can do so
and we will leave the field to him.
We mad'? this resolution one night
ju-t at'ler we had plugged a watermel
on. While stooping over in the act, we
felt a Jiang of conscience and heard our
Perhaps the cusir.il reader has never
sat down on a buzz saw and felt himself
gradually fading away. If so he does not
know what it is to form the acquaint
niu'e of a somnambulist bulldog in tho
prime of life.
After that, somnambulism didn't have
such a run in our family for awhile.
We never slept so sound that we. didn't
remember places and objects that had
made an impression onus prior to slum
ber, ami that is why we say that there
is something in this matter" that scien
tists would do well to look into.
m m '
Late Testa With Improved Gatlings.
Thorough test trials have been in
progress at Sandy Hook with Dr. Cat
ling improved guns, before tho United
States Ordnance Hoard, for the past two
weeks. These trials, which have been
eminently successful, may be prolonged
for another week. Dr. Galling was
present during the first ten days. Tho
new feed allows the musket-caliber Gut
ling to be lii'cd at any degree of cleva
tiou. Thu penetration at 8,000 yards
was through one and a half inches of
timber, nnd at 2,500 yards (giving tho
gun fid degrees elevatiou), the bullets
struck the targels (which were com
posed of boards lying fiat on the ground)
passing through two one-inch boards
penetrating the sand four inches. At
2,0(10 vnrds GtiJ elevation-the bullets
passed" through two one-inch boards
ami live or six inches in the sand, in
every case tho bullets struck tho targels
point on ami retained their rotary mo'
tion. This was proved by tho spiral
scratches on tho balls after I hey hud
passed through tho boards. The gun is
now being tried nt shorter ranges.
These experiments have established the
fact that a Galling gun iired at various
elevations can kill men in entrenched
positions nt all ranges from 100 to il,
6d0 yards. The eleval ion required for
dill'erent distances is determined by a
quadrant and noted. As the gun re-
mains quite steady while being tired,
the bullets can be made to drop at the
point desired. Tho value of such a
weapon of warfare is miouestionod. Dr.
Gilding's new torpedo, one-bnrreled gun
was also Iired nnd worked well, making
excellent targets nt one mile rungo.
ana Ar Journal
Tho best thing in bonnet continues
to be as in the past a pretty face.
The tichool population of Tennessee,
white nnd colored, numbers 615,875.
During the past year the average num
ber of ilays on which tho public schools
of tlio counties have been nt work has
been6; in 18W) it was oulv 08. Tho
number of teachers employed is fi,8H0;
of this number 1,.'W8 are colored. Thero
are 4,338 schools for w hiles, and 1,270
for colored children. Tho average daily
attendance last year was of l,TJ,4b'J
white children, and 11,010 colored. Tho
public school receipts were $706,162.13.
There aro in tho State 1,467 private-
schools, with 1,628 teachers, nnd nn av
erugo attendance- of 26,820 pupils.
It is estimated that nearly 2,000,000.-
000 pounds of paper aro produced an
nually; one luiir ot winch is used lor
printing, a sixth for writing, and tho
remainder is coarse paper for packing
and other purposes. Tho United States
alono produces yearly 200,000 tons of
tiaper, averaging seventeen pounds per
head for its population. The English
man comes next wilh about twelve
pounds per head; the educated German
takes eight pounds; the Frenchman sev
en pounds, whilst the Italian, Spaniard
and Russian take respectively three-
pounds, one-liulf pound and ono pound
Tho Christian Advocate
says: "A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of person, is
seated in tho liver. It may be truly said
this is our national disease, and it gives us
great pleasuro to hear or rt-ad tho testimony
ol persons of well known veracity and in
telligence to prove the value r.f 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."
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A bottle of So.odont, how
ever, is woitb its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and its price is
cash well spent by the purchaser. Though
it will not make the teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at the rapid im
provement it effects in the dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips
It dots not cure every thing ! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to the
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Mult Bitters. People who have bo-
come discouraged shuuld resort to tnis new
A. M. Hivi.e, of Columbus, Cm., say
that from exp rience ho knoA's ''Sellers
Liver Pills" to hi the best in use.
Personal! To Ilea Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Uelts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are atllicted with Nervous Debility,
Ijost itality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. IV No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures icrV'
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 0 for f 5. AH
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Phiuinacy, 315 I irst Ave., Is. i. hold in
Cain by Hmrlay Bros
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at r.iglit and broken
of V'tir rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with ties exciuciating p ain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mtr. inslosv s Soothing Syrup. Tt will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
aboutjit. 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, nnd 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 of one of the oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 centB a bottle.
rJiicklen's Arn k'ii Salve
The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
Revitalizing the blond is absolutely ne
cessary for the euro of general debility,
weakness, lassitude, &c. The best enricher
of tho blood is Browu's Iron Bitters.
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter,salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
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, bow very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
Dn. Klink's Giiuat Nekvk Rkstoukr is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
If Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham has not really
discovered the Elixir Vibe, which the an
cient Alchemists sought by so much patient
research and persistent, experiment, her
medicine seems, at least, likely to command
an immciiBO sala nnd universal popularity
in the future If rapid progress and emi
nent success furnish any basis foiwa correct
judgment, Mrs. Pinkha.ii is a most prom
ising competitor for such honorablo dis
tinction as the alchemists failed to achieve.
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will savo 30 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Bollock & Co., St
Louis, Mo. (3)
. K. TIME CAUD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTIUL H. It.
TIUINtlim-AUT. TRANS ABIUV.
'"I .8 05s.m I tMull 4:l.m
tAccDinMiiUou.II MOt.ni Kximin ll:IO.m
H:3ep.m Accnmdtlon..4:U p.m
MISS CENTRAL K. It.
f Wll 4:H!U.mtMall innnp.ni
(KiproM 0:lli in fKspruM I1::xj m
ST. L. R. K. NrrowOaiie.)
'l!lr" lo:St.m I KnprwM 4:"dp.m
Accora'uatliiii. I :Ji p.m Accoia'datoln 1:1:05 p.m
HT. h., I.M. AS. It. R.
""primp UiSnp.m I tKxprcmi 8:W p.m
rAcr.um datum. :;Hlp.m tAccom'datlon ir.4."ii.m
WAIlASIl, HT. LOUIS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Msll a K .... 4:4.1 vm j Mall A Ex.... ViiMp.m
Daily cxcoptHiinnay. t Dally.
MOHILK AOIIIOR. HZ
Mall :!! a. m. I Mall R:SO p. tn.
KxpruM ti:ma, in. Uxpreii :&op. in.
Tho Cairo &Mouud City
SiiA. K SAFF0RI)5i2tf
W. II. MOOitE, Master.
from 'eptemhar 5ih until further notice will
make trlpi an fol own:
I.euveai Cairo t 7:30 a. ra., 11 03 a. m. and 4:30
Loavui Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. in., 1:80 p. m. and
6:'in p. m.
Can henCKd foreforalona any evening aur
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and aflor Mondav. Jalv 21. and until further
nolle .thu ferryboat fhreo State will ran us near
aa posalbluou t'je following tlmu talilu:
-JUTIB LliVXS LIATIR
Foot Fourth at. Mloaoari L&nd r. Kentni ky Ld g.
6:80 a. ra.
H HO '
2:oo p. m.
11 :" "
2:10 p. m.
:i :!(. in.
Foot Honr'.h t. Kentucky lA'g. MWaourl (.and".'.
4 :oo p. m. - f ::vp p. m n:io p. in
On last trip leaving KentiKkv I undine at 4 ::vi o'clock
p. in., thu boat will go to liirdi Polut. muklnu' con
nection with T. & St. I., pna.ungvr train fur Cii.ro.
First trip at : a. m. leavini Cairo. Will connect
with T. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
REGULAR CAIRO ANI
HENRY K. TAYLOR..
Leave Padncah for C.ilro duliv (Sundays except
ed) at S a. in. and Mound City at 1 p in. Return -
lug, L atea Cairo at4 p. tn. Mound. City at .jp. in.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO 'R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprcm and Mall leave Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 10:25 a.m. Arriv-a 4:35p. m.
Accommodation arrivua at 12:06 p. m. and lie
parts at l:M p. in.
VAKIK TV STORK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI). VERY CLOSK
O. O. PAT1EU & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street) PflJrfl 111
Ci.ninwclalAver.uef I'JIIIU J
QEOKGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to tho Homoopiitlilc treat
mi nt of urilcal dlsttaaes, and diseases of women
and children. , ,
OlUce: On I4tb itroet, opposite the Pout Office
)K. W. C. JOCFLYN,
J)U. E W. -vVEITLOCK,
Omoi No. ISO Commercial Awnns, Mtwttn
JtKhthtud Nlntb Street
ROOT & SOUS MUSIC C0'3
NEW 0-B. BAND CATALOGUE roa
lbSI BEN f FREE to any Kl.lr.wt, M0 lllim.
iriltionn nf all kimlinf HR1UR ni BMlll
jttj SILVER and REED InntruiiiouU, togatbfir
wiiii mil initructlona rcr forming JUnila, dl..
UTii"1 cl""lflitii)n of ImtrurasuU
WHAT and HOW to purchaiwi; trma for
" ilealrwl, our JianU ami QrchtMra
Uuiilt, M p. latnrt popular tnualn. Adilp-an
THE HOOT i SONS HUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IU
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Mesnrs.Seo.cury & Johnson, Mannfactur"
ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Cuntlemon : For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porou Pla
tern. Physicians and tho Public prefer
Dnnwon'n CHprdnn PorpiiBPlagjgr to fcll
others. Wo coasldsr them ono of tho very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They aro superior to all
othor Porous Plasters or Liniments tot
Tltmann's CftTicinn Planter ia a ffenuirft
Parmaceuticul product, of tho highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists.
Wnen other remedies fall get Ben
son's Cf.pcine Plaster.
You will bo disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
trisal Magnetic toys.
AUVHV. E.lKiV AT LAST. Price MrM.
MEAD'S Medicated COfirl and BUNION PLASTER.
II IH BLOOD?
ninsatiKi nimaiTIIIF BIII9 MARK
rHridUid runuAliic till iwiuu
lllnod, unci will pnnipltuvlr change the Wood in the tn
1 in-1- yit.-m in three months. A ny (wnton who will take
1 imlearh niirhtfrnm 1 to lit wnjkamay hereniotfil
In hfiiimt II unlit,, if fulfil a tlllllff lip IHlftNllilff. Holll OV-
ervwliiT!, nrwnt h.v mail lor M Ictti-r stsmin. 1. H.
JullM,u Jt Co., iioaton, Mum., furuiurly Uaugor, Mo.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A reir-ilnr Omilimm of two medical
cnll,'irr. ha? lii i'ii lonii r iiuhkiiI in the tri'iil
iiifiit nf ( 'hpoiii... NurvoiiH, sktei utnl
TJIon.I pln'iiM'S II11111 anv olln r iln slelini III
!. Louisas ollv .. in hIiow nml all old resl
i. nli know, I im-iilul Imi nt oillrc or lir 11111II,
liiiMiii l liivllcd. A frii'iiillv talk or hl "pinion
rots iiKthlnir. W'le ii It is fiii-onvciilont lovli.lt
tlm r i 1 y tor trnttiui'iit. tni'illi liii"! run heaeiit
tiy in.ill or i-"r'".s t vrrvw hort'. Curiililo rai.(i
fii.uaiiti'i'd ; win re doiilit .-xistH ll is frankly
M.ii-.. Call or rllr.
Ni-n-otis Prostratiou, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Murcurial and other
ad'tct;. . ' ' :'i,it, Skin and Pones, Blood
Imiurit;esand Blopd Poisoning, Skin Arlao
tions. Old Sores and Ulcers, Impodirnentg to
Marriage, Rhoumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-trorked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive spemtjntlon.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It i i lf-e I lent that a plivtli-liin paylnu
piiiili iilar alii utloii in a i-lus ot'eiiMH nttalua
Uii al. --kilt, and phr lii-iano In remilar praetlrn
ft I over the country knowing thl. Ireipnntly
rc oiiinivnd easi'H to the uldi l ollire III Ani'Tleu,
win. every known iipi'Mimee !. ri'rud to,
and fiie proveil koihI rnif-ilii-" f all
uir, and intrle lire humI. A whole hoiice In
used lorolliee .urio-ies, mid nil are treated with
skill In a re-e tl'iil manner; and, kimwlns
what to do. no exiierlini 11N are Inaile. unae-
rr t of tin' ei'ia! iiunil'er applyliiir. the
i hiirif. s are ki pi low. often lower than Is
d.ni iiided l,v oiliers If win seeure the ckl'l
iiikI net a speedy ami pei leel 1 i i l ine, that la
the Important mailer. J'ainpllli-l, M pnne
Bint to liny address flee.
plates. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Kletrmit eloth ami uilt Idmlinir. Sealed for W
cent In ioslni' or i iirn iK y. Over II tly won
derful pen picture-, true to life , iirllrleHon the
.ollon Inir mlieeM. S 'ho may marry, who not;
Xhv' Proper uu-e toman -v. Who ninrry flrtt.
.h. hood. Woiiiimhood. Phvii'iil decay. no
I1011I I ii'iir.v. Mow lite ami happlne-i may he
ji, ; t. .'T!io,e married or templutliia
imin . iiiL' -iliould read II. It oiinht to he lead
hv nil adult peroiii. then kept under lock and
key. J'optllari'dllloll, MHlic u-illMlve, hut pier
coivr and i "0 pajjea, i!5 ceuUi hj uiull, lu Uiom
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InleifltlmatoJudiciotiaBpeciilatlonln drain, Pro
vi. lona and Stock. on our perfected plan, ylelda
Hire monthly prom, to Inrue and imall Inveatora.
Addreie. fur full particular.. It. K Kendall A Co,
1 0111 n Merchanu, 177 A 1711 La Hallo at, Chicago II
Medical Students, rnrfrr'
tion, addreaa the Dean i f tin American
i iiiicim, m. i.oiua. imo :, ri,,,r, H.
C'liaiuhera ctruet, it. !,oulx, Mo.
YOUNfr Ifyou want to earn Teleirra-
ivunu Jllil phy In a few moiithi, nudbo
certain of a aitnatlon, addreaa Valentine llrother.
Jauenvllle, V In.
A I'VK'TISEK4 hy adilri-alii V.Eo. p. OW
EU, CO , 111 Spr..ce ulrcet, New ork, can
learn the unci com of any propore line of advet
tialnR In Anieriron newnpiipera. IfliOpaire
pamphlet, ;;,(., r "
V K W A I J V K li'l I N K M K N T.s .
rontnliilni! hotli verflohB or the WhW TESTA
MKM . We ni'.ke no extra fhnriro fir 'he addl-
KL Hi AN I' l)FekI(iNS!iii)(lsiiini'!lli.uiifl
Our itl'i'ei cunt'itn i, on pae-en, ,.'(0 lliunfra
llolia. txlra iiulnieineiitH idl'ered to Knerj;ettc
Airetit". Mttplrati'd l ii.iilnu'ui- ceni on iiplli-at Ion.
A.J. Uolmaii A Co., I'i.iJ Arch M., l'lill . ilelphla.
uitiliitf in ti. Mtrlit ftiitul u tt lit iiiu
oumof S:f.-fult, Hniiit-i, 1','iils, i'-U(-r, M Horei,
Sort F.v, McronrliU IHkum, Cttrrh L'i of
ApH iltt, Fnuals ConiiliilutR, and m. dtimif
iliicifoi. It ntvtr fit ill. All fnitri(lit siul
cuuiitrj' 1 wire kfHpirs it-ll It. K. tV, Mlrrt
m in., rniV, ritfstnirt.'li, on tvtrv ttutilc.
PROPOSALS FOIt CONHTlirCTION Ut'MOUND
CITV, ILL ..CKMETKItV HO VD'.VAY.
(jlllcu of Niltlotltt' I'emeterlea. '
Wasiiiniitus, II. '., !-epMiii,l)cr Nth, IKsi.
SEAI.K 1 I'ltOI'OS VI.S, in triplicate, unh a
copy of tliii advert iMi'iueiil atiai licd toeucli, will
he received ;il tliln i.llko linlil .Mond'iy, Sepuiuih 'r
J.Mh, 1)SJ, for the. c nlrii' turn ol u road 10 Ilia
Nalloi al l emete.y at Moil 0 I'll , , III , and fllllng
t lie it tell to til : top ol (lie levuj wli ill fiuroiiiida
tiuatititlei eatliniited hp follows: Farlh woilc
lor road, :) i,iiih) 1 utile variU- ICn th work fur ditch,
Jo.iM) cuhlc .vtinlaj (iruvel for road, ft.nuO cubic
I'.idilerp will -into price per cubic vurd for the
enrln work and for the gravel ; the Inlter to ,e du
livend, ppreml and rolled by the runt actor. A
plan 1111 1 prurt e of I li 0 road maybe -eu at tlio of
fice of ihe KHperllitemlent of the Mound City Cem
etery. l'roponi!a alinuld be en lorped: "Tn popaia for
ci in-tiuction of Moui.il 1 My (.'eun t'ry r. ud," and
adilrerped to the lliidcraiui'id They will he opened
tu thin ofti'-p at noon nil tlieilnte all "Vc Htiited when
bidd.TH are Invited to l,e preaunt. It N. rUTCII
KI.HLIC, lieputy l M.Oen.,lu c are of Nation
al CemelcrleH . (hit
PKNXSILVAXIA JUilary ACVI'RMY
puK.TM!. '-'M. yeir opens S'pteinber 1:1th.
"''New llniiilivi'x. Siitieriur a-eoi'i'iiodntlnnii.
ippoiiiiin.'ina complete. I' i' til 1 1-it . Colliciale,
Chiiinicii!, Mill r,ii,'ni''' rie in rKc. Dereu
Ccdilerreil, Apply to W. I'. Hailld'iv, Knri . , put'on
Cairo, III., or to COL. T1IEO. HYATT, Prept.
ChiitNoilfrriUiHciii't-nt mi'Kiit'i makitirf nvulur monthly
pmiiufpua invfMhticittHdf f liitn$liNM)(4'iiiirailtiiir?in
hueh uiemiK-r vi lli the lieiieiiiof eoinliiiK.I cnpital of the
Clnh, into (Kiier oMit. iivideiidiu,d nioiulily, lt
pnrtnuf oin'rulloim m-iit eneli ineiuln'r. Bliaren I (leach,
rt'il'in ilile,' iioiuvwiilile, tnvieiernlile. A reliable cor
rt -ii'ie'ent wmilcd inevery tow n. Hi M--jiil indiv-"eieeta.
KxplRiiaiervf'Iri'iiliirM'iit. fnv. Aildn- II. K. KkNUALL
ICo., 177 i 17 IjiSallu St., CUlOAlil), 1LU
OF EVERT KIND CBEAPEI THAN ZTXB.
Rifles, Shot O1111H, Ilevolvera, Ainniiiiiltlon,
t'lNliini; Tin kle, S.'loeH. Neta, Knlvea,
Kiixora, Skates, llnnunoeka, etc.
Largo II 1 11.1t nit eil Catalogue F1.1CK.
GREAT WESTER "(TuN WORKS,
WANTED ! Ladles and Onntlemen, toenprairs
Willi 11a to sell aovcrul laeful liouaHliold
Artiele-i. I'l-nfltN lurR-n LiiTior la llRht.
Kk'Iiikivh territory given. No competition.
TerniH llheral. Clrenliini KRUK. Address
llenitt Uanul'ai t'g Co., Iliu Nils, PltUburgh, Pa.
Swedlun Insnct Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
., n,.. , ... 1 w. n 1 j r .1 1 1 1 lillliuit? Ill ri,( lien. (Ilia,
Bed Hiis, Pleas, Mco.Tiiliiici n iinilt'ottoiiWornis,
Moth, eio. Il la Nifo, sure, ehmnly and cheap. Jt
will not pnlsrin anlmnls or fowla. Sample pack.
aues liv iimil 80 cetils, post-pniil. Puimjis taken.
Clrculiira fri-. Amenta Wanted. Addrraa,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Tf u.i'll lhni,,iinltlif A,n.ml...,. nn..nl...
of all kinds for sale very cheap.
IgCatalOgUOS frOO. Address, RICHARD
I a HULL & CO. Box 808. ntbburgh, Pa.
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Dayt1 T rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
Will) are nuiTcrtnu from Nanvoea PniLmt,
I.oht ViTAi.irv. Lira op N anva Fouea tu
Vinoa, WabTINo Yk4KNkhiocsi and all lliuo ili.can...
eta l'MiKONAL Nri K ri'ieiltliiif from 11111 and
tltliaa ('At'NKS. Hlieedy ri'llef 11111 colllil('l ri'KIU-l-ntlunilf
Tlie irrundent dlpeorery uf the Miieiepnth Centiirr.
Semlatuiicvfur IllumiuUil l'niplilet (ru. AilurvM
V0LTAI0 GCLTCO.. MAItSHALL, MICH.
VOI'lf 4"! IMTAf..
Tims .1- in luu to iniilm inonry
mi a "Kll ii mi iiu'miiiiii inveaiiueiita
i.i u'l'iiui. . I'm ixi iik utnl dtiH'lt
Hi.-iil.ii n. t mi i lii so by oi4'r
iitln.t o.i iiiirplitii, 1-romMav 1st,
1"(, li tlie luii'iit. iliite. mi in
V i.t "in Ida ol! 0 I'll ti I ,lll), ohmIi
i'.(il. i liivi iieen ronlDiiMl ami
pal I L" uivi it.ni-a it. i i ii n i ill to
ai'Venu iiui t rninimi Invent
Hi' lil , Ml. I leu v I n,; toe oni'innl In
veHtou i,l iiint.inii niMiiey or pay-al'li-i
ii ileiiiii'i.l. K.xiliinat"ryeir
(uUvh and ii tciiieioi of fund V
sent di e. We want impou-uula
Burnt,'., who will r fiirt on cmpa
nnd inli'i'.l'H" tlm iiJiiii. l.llievui
eoiiiiinmi una peel. Addrepa,
H KMIIIMI A MF.KHItW.
mlP-IUH MePtihltMlP, aiiAjW VlMt
f DR. f f?n
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