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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOIWfNiZ, SEPTEMBER 20, 1882.
riUILI 14TTn OITT 1 UriUKT
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot 8ut)ioription,
rnr.t op postaoi:
Dally on y.r by carrier $13 Oo
(M per cunt. discount It paid. In sdvanco.)
Onlly.oue your iiy mull 10 HO
iMily.onu month M 1 0(1
Wi.okly, one year 8 l
Wealv.d months M .". 1 on
frClul) of flveor more for Weekly liiillutln t
onetime, pur year, SI 60
INVAHUHLT IN ADVANOI.
All Oommunlcitlons ahould lm ddrcsed to
K. A. HUKNKTT,
Cnrihing a Citizen,
The proprietor of aWooilwanl avenuo
store, any tho Fnc Press, winch had
beoii tiiioly (Icconitcil in honor of tho
Knights of Pythias was nt his door yes
terday, wlii.'u an old man lounged up
"Such ignorance I never saw in all
my life! You hco that man across there
tlio one with the white hat on?"
'Well, ho was linviug a good deal to
say, and I unked him who Pythias was.
Would you bidievo it ho couldn't an
"C-couldu't he?" stammered the citi
zen. "No, sir, he couldn't. Think of such
ignorance in this enlightened ago!
When I told him who Pythias was "bo
called me a liar. Now, 1 want to prove
that I'm right. You come over and tell
him all about it."
"lint I-I can't leave."
"Then Pll bring him over here."
"No, you needn't I'm busy."
"I sen you are, but when a man calls
me a liar I want to prove that I ain't
Pll liavo him over in a minute."
Ho hadn't crossed tho street before
the merchant Mid into the store and
hurried up stairs to keep out of sight
for an hour, and it was only after rio
was certain that the old man had de
parted that he slipped down and con
tinued Webster's dictionary to see if ho
could lind out wheilu r Puhias was a
town, a man, or a temple on a hill.
. WIT AND HOMOS,
Tylriff her I-iim t under hrr chin
Hhp lii-l lur rnwri riiii'ii-tn In.
Itut mil nloiii' in tin' Kilki-ii (up
I til ulio Crttrli lier lovely llurti niiThnlr,
Kit tyinjf In r I'ouiii t uii lir tier chin
f-boliidn ymrij; nun's hi ;ut v.itnln.
- 1tu Terry.
Anl tnn-iv u t'ni' thitt little i lin
lit' inunl I ii mi im-., uu .. I and win!
An-I Imiint-t n!'ihnl for hir rnirn lialr,
Anil niHiiy timo h-' U en Ml'e I a hear;
Aii'l n v liui. t hi "W ii.'.-in r i .i'!'t hock,
A nil f,yi t Li; hnU Iki v ;i ,i! kin nnciii. !
Tiie Arab's favorite musical instrument
"What is philosophy?" It is some
thing that enables a ricli man to say
there is no disgrace in being poor.
Why aro the Germans like quinine
and gentian? liecause they are two ton
ics. Who was the first person in history
who had a bang on tho forehead? lio
liah. "I dess I know what memory is," said
a little four-year-old "It's the ting I
Next wo shall have a coat-tail flirta
tion code. Having the tails covered
with mud will mean, "I don't like her
"Our rooms arc small." said she,
"but I live in my hu-band. "Yes,"
said her friend, "I see voti live in a
It wasjSidney Smith who restored up
on some one who bad called him an v-ery-day
man: "Well, if I am an every
day man. you aro a weak one."
They make a banana ice cream now.
And it's so slippery that a man has to lie
down on the floor and hold on with both
bands to swallow any of it.
An Iowa woman named her baby
after Queen Victoria, and the Queen
never even thanked her for the honor
conferred or asked if the child had red
A lazy fellow onco declared in pub
lic company that he couldn't find bread
for his family. "Nor I." replied an in
dustrious mechanic. "I am obliged to
work for it"
Once a surveyor called at a house in
n Western town, and asked the house
wife if there had been any flnkes left
there for him. "No," was tho reply;
"wo get our niat in town.
It takes but thirteen minutes to lead
fin elephant on a railroad train, w hile it
takes twenty for nny sort of woman to
kiss her friends good-by and loso the
check for her trunk.
"All the world's a fitnge, Sam, and
tho men and women merely players."
Yes, massa, but if tlat's so w here you
poin' for to get yer nudienco and or
chistry?" Why might ono suppose that Webster,
tho lexicographer, was nn a'sthetic? Ue
ctiuso ho enthusiastically says in bis
dictionary that tho verb "speak" is to
A correspondent at Mount Desert tells
of a lady's dress thnt is a "rfeet
dream." Tho nightmare part of tho
business was probably enjoyed by tho
man who paid for the'drcss.
Somebody writes us "tho body has
two buildings, two trees, two animals
and two lish. Thus -two temples, two
palms, two calves and two soles." Yes,
and tulips ami too nails.
"liavo a hack, sir?" vociferated a
haekinan to a traveler as became out of
tho depot. Tho traveler looked at tho
turnout nnd said: "No, not if 1'vo got
to take tho horses, too,"
The llrtipllic says that "burglars may
ha kept out of any houso by leaving tho
valuables out at night on the front door
step." Which is all very well so far as
it goes; but suppose- ono has not tho val
uables, then what ?
"Oh! how my soul longs for freedom,"
said tho obtest Miss Hookworm, of llos
ton, seated on the rock at-the Isle of
Shoals. "Tho yearning spirit within me
seems as if It would burst its bonds and
sock tho future" "Susan," said her
father, rising, brushing tho sand from
his clothes and moving toward tho hotel
"Susan, you've eaten too much and
are laced too tight," and ho thou uicaud
cred up tho beach. a
A member of the Quebec Legislature
receives H00 a year for his services.
The reduction of this salary to 1500 is
being agitated by some of tho Canadian
newspapers. A New York legislator
receives tl,!M) per annum, and fre
quently manages to double that amount
before the session is over.
A letter from Montana says: "Hel
ena has developed iuto a lawful and
quiet city. It has none of tho shoot
ing and hurrahs of olden limes, and
which characterize the younger towns
of tho Territory. Tim variety theatre,
which is liberally supported in newer
towns, will not subsist here."
Tradition says that beer was first
made at Pelusium on tho Nilo, 400 lb
C; but now-n-days only a crude kind of
barley beer is made by tho natives in
Kgypt. There is, however, a brewery
in Cairo, owned by a (ieneva company,
and worked on the German system,
which can turn out 400 barrels a week.
At the meeting of tho Kreo Thinkers'
Association at Watkins. N. Y., Court
land Palmer, of Pennsylvania, delivered
a lecture in which ho urged tho adop
tion of a new calendar, to date from
1,600 A. D., at which time Kruno was
burned by the inquisition at Home for
declaring that there were other worlds
According to a native Japanese pa
per, tho picturesque old junks which
have so often figured in stories and
pictures of maratime life in the far East
are rapidly disappearing, at least as far
as Japan is concerned. Shipbuilding in
Japanese style is so far giving place to
foreign construction that by and by
there will bo no such thing as a junk
except in paintings.
Tho sins of "Chinatown," San Fran
cisco, are summed up in one month's
record of arrests, to-wit: Visitors to
tan games. 85; keeping lottery agencies.
14; visitors to lottery places, 17; having
lottery tickets in possession, 13; keep
ing opium places, 3; visitors to opium
places, 20; battery, 2; obstructing side
walk, 1; t'tal. 161. Of these, 41 were
sent to the County Jail and 2 to the
Houso of Correction. Cash received
from fines, $2,27'J.
Tho fanners of tho Peerfield valley
region, Massachusetts, to tho number
of about 1,200, climbed to tho summit
of Mt. Pocumtuck recently, to shake
hands with Governor Long, who then
for tho fir.st timo visited that part of
the State. That mountain w as named
twenty-seven years ago by a party of
students .from Amherst and Williams
Colleges, among whom was James A.
In Merehantville, N. J., a magistrate
fined a boy .1 forswearing. This fur
nishes a bai.s for calculation to a
brother of Colonel Sellers, who lives in
Camden. Ho reckons that in Camden
County there are 70,000 people, half of
whom swear. That would be $35,000
for an oath apiece. Each fellow swears
fifty times a day. That makes $1,750,
000 daily, income, $12,250,000 per week,
and, counting twenty-six good working
days to tho month "$318,500,000 eacS
Perhaps Victor Hugo does no more
kissing than any other old gentleman,
but it seems that way becauso he is not
able to kiss without the world knowing
it. He has been kissing the female dry
goods clerks from Koston who aro mak
ing a European trip for their summer
vacation. 1 ho correspondent writes
that whilo this extensive osculation was
going on a French lady whispered, "It
is charming," and all the company
breathed a "bravo" in an awed under
tone. Mrs. Lob mover, of Philadelphia, had
no children, although both she and her
husband wanted some. She procured
from tho poor-house an infant, which
sho persuaded her husband to believe
was their own. lie afterward discov
ered the trick, forgave his wife, and
was happy to adopt the child. Tho af
fair had made him famous, however,
and w herever he went somo ono was
sure to point him out as the man who
had to buy a baby. Lohmeycr couldn't
stand the ridicule and took the baby
back to the poor-bouse.
A Gentle Horse.
Eli Perkins writes: My wife, having
been run away with o'nee, is always
afraid the horse is going to run away
with her again. Yesterday when Har
rington, who runs the Maplcwood Hall
stables, brought up a span, ho had to
stand tho usual questioning:
"Now, are they very gentle?"
"O, certainlykind" as kittens."
"Did they ever run awayP"
"Do you think thev could run away?"
Harrington looketf at tho horses sadly
and said: "Madame to be frank witn
you. I don't think they could."
"Well, have they ever been frighten
ed?" "No, never. Nothin1 could frighten
'em," said Harrington.
"Has anything ever happened to them
that would" have frightened them if they
had been skittish ?'rcontinued my wife,
"Well, yes, ma'am; su'thin' did hap
pen thuther day that would have skeer
ed 'em ef they'd been skittish."
W h a t, 1 1 a rri n gt on w hat?"
"Why, 1 was drivin' along down the
Woolsey hill; a storm came up, an' six
streaks'of lightnin1 struck them horses
right on tho liead, and"
-Did they run?"
"No, ma am; they didn't move; they
jest stood still and pawed tho ground for
more lightnin'. They liked it"
"An', the next day'," continued Har
rington, "A city feller was drivin' this
team, an' ho let a railroad train go right
"Did it kill thorn?':
"No, but tho city feller was all used
up. Put you oughter a seen them
horses. They acted so human like.
Why, when they picked them out of tho
trees, they walked straight up to the city
feller, took him by tho seat of his pan
"Lifted "him right back into tho wagon
"My gracious mo!"
"And then they hitched themselves
back onto tho wagon and drove them
selves homo. Didn't they Mr. Ket
telleP" Xew York Commercial Adotr
User, -- m ,
A Jersey veteran Is claiming a pen
slon and scvontoen years' arrears on
tho ground of ''chronic laasinoss, con
tracted in tho army."
''(ioldea Medical Discovery"
has been used with signal success in con
sumption of tho lungs, consumptive uight
swettts, spitting of blood, shortness of
breath, weak lungs, coughs, bronchitis,
and kindred affections of throat and chest.
Hold by druggists.
Keeping off Intruders.
Prince Kismarck has hit upon a most
effectual plan for keeping inquisitive in-
truders away from Varzin. He has is
sued a peremptory mandate forbidding
all tlio inhabitants of tho villago and
neighboring country to entertain any
strangers whatever. So strictly en
forced is this order that a newspaper
correspondent recently was compelled
to tramp to a town several miles away
at midnight for the shelter that was re
fused him by th'j Chancellor's tenantry
The nobbie.:t thing in boots is a bun
Where Oattle Come From.
When we read of 250,000 head of cat
tie being driven every year from Texas
to the Northern markets, and when we
are assured that in 1870 as many as
500,000 were driven on foot to Colorado,
Wyoming and Kansas, besides thou
sands shipped by steamer to New Or
leans and elsewhere, wo are surprised to
learn that this immense drain on tho
herds of Texas does not perceptibly de
crease tho number of cattle in the State.
When we visit the great ranches of
Western Texas we aro no longer sur
prised, but rather wonder that tho
United States hold people enough to
eat and use all tho cattlo we see. It
has been found, from careful examina
tion of the Census Kureau reports, that
to every 100 persons in tho United
States there is required eighty head of
cattle, and that this requirement has
not varied 1 per cent in thirty years.
Taking this as a basis of calculation, we
find that tho Northern and Eastern
States have less than the requisite num
ber, and it is to these Slates that tho
East looks fur her beef supply. Frum
Slight pain in the side, the skin and eyes
assume a thick yelluw coat, digestion is
impaired, an unpleasant sinking sensation
at the pit of the stomach is experienced,
the bowels are irregular, the mind fretful,
the memory weakened, sometimes a slight
cough, coldness of the hands and feet,
sometimes loss of appetite and at others un
natural craving for food, dizziness of the
head, blurring before the eye, depressed
spirits, bad breadth, feeling of uncertainty
ofhhving left something undone but can't
tell what it is. Take Simmons Liver
Regulator, it will remove all these feelings
and make you well.
Ask your physician and be will tell you
thatBuchu is one of the best, surest and
safest remedies for aiding, strengthening
and cleansing the kidneys. It is one of
the ingredients of Hops and Malt Kitters.
Do Not Kc Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of mVisc
and which really does as recommended.
Electric liitters wo cau vouch for as being
a trni and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily ssy, cive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents' a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
Tub only scientific Iron Medicine that
iloes not produce headache, '&c, but gives
to the sjstem all the benefits of iron with
out its bad effects, is Krown's Iron Kitters-
When tho fountains of life are not cor
rupted and embittered by suffering; when
tho functions of womanhood are strictly
normal, woman life is like music, with no
discord to jar her delicate sensibilities and
break the vital and organic harmony.
Hut many who suffer from vital and func
tional disorders have found immediate re
lief and a permanent euro by using Mrs.
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating rviin of cutting
teeth r If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, snd
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best female
physicians ami nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Fucklen'sArn ioa Salve
The Best Salvo in tho world for (Hits,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaJt Klieum, 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
25 cents per box. For sale by Gko. E
Nothing like "Lindsoy's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tottcr,salt rhcuni, itch
etc. It never fails.
Dn. Ki.ink's Gheat Nkhvij Hkstokku is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped tree. Hond to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Free of Charge.
All pershns pv.iViTing from CoU"jvt. (,'ji?i
Asthma, Bronchitis, U - , j ftru ro.
fection ot tho Thrj" w MmW, (,rm;
iUiAA rlal bottle of Dr. King'
vew Discovery for Commmption, tree of
chargo, which will convince them ot Is
wonderful merits and show what a reguUr
dollar sizo bottlo will do. Call oarly. (3)
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon urticles of no
intnnsio value. A bottlo of Sozodont, how
ever, is woith its weight iu gold to anyono
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 havo
healthy gums and ruddy lipa
Personal! To Me a Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicauco O'l
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who aro alllictcd 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 allowed.
A New and compirtu II. tol , fronting on l.rvn.
Second and liuilruai) atrecln,
Tli ViiMongor D"tmt tit tho Chieuiro, St l.i.ti
hiji .ibw Orli-.uim: llllnol C'uutral; WaWli, st
1.1'illn Hint Pacific; 1 1 on Moutitnin and Mnuilnrii,
Mobile and Ohio; t ain and St. I.niim KiuiwHVf
arc all jnt across tlio mroet: whllu tho Sluaiuhmti
Lwdin in Imt ono n'ltiaro iliatant,
This Hotel In lu-atud by Htoam, bun ru-mn
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Klertric full 11. II
Automatic Kiru-Aluruia, Hatha, abiolutt'ly puro air
lyrturt aevrerai! and umiplete apliolnlnn nii.
'Snnerb furmnbiua; perfect aorvice; and au an
i. i. p.vukku .st no.,r,cH..(H
-3 5 w
AHKNT MH TIIK tA1.E or
B AX r Ml 8TUA M ENG I N K
Colt's Disc Engine
and Murine Engines
FARM KXGINKS, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BKLTlMi,
PulleyH ami GtMioral SupplioH.
No. North Third Ktrout,
NOTirU TO rONTRACTOKS.
Offli-o of City Chirk, iilro. 111. Sept. Wlh, tss-J
S' lilurt priiiinHN wi'l ho received at I'll" ' ollli i,
directed 1 1 tlio city council of tho city of Cairo, up
to thu tlmn ot mei'tlnt of nald council, Monday
iivetilntf, Setitemebr SMh, iHS.', for lllllnit, Krudlut!
and lintirovlntr New l.even ulreot. Tho ctolnmicd
am. Hint of eiir'h required will ho about lo,o nirulilc
Viirdii. HldforiMi(!iloim of MM I'eel or nioro will
he received ! Kill I lildn lo ho hi an tnileli per ruble,
yard and work to ho thmo to lhn a.illl'iictli.n of tno
coiiiiiilllei! on aiMoii AH rttiinlK nniHt lm ac
companied llh a i!mil and miUlr.toiil bond lor
twice the amount of hid. Work to bn complel.-d
wlibln Kixlv il'iv It inn ulu'nlnu contract Tbo riKbl
to reluct any and all hula reaerytnl hv llm city.
1). J. t'OI.KY, Cliy Cierk.
DR. KLINL'8 GREAT
Jur ,lU IlllAIH AMI NKKV a
Diai',. (iNiy i hk ei nr ma Nn Arri
rniN.l-n. I i n m-.r,ote )M Al.l.llll.K II InKou
nllrmli.i. finfiliafirr Irfi' w. Tri-alno
4(1 trial liullln UmUi Kit ('iun,trii..v .,lii i-nprMa
i'liri uii Ik.i.wIhoi rnnolvml. Sfiul iiiii,1' t mnl
iiirnia aililrnM in miliotml In iu.Ki,inr..i.ii Ann
ION, la a poult I v rnra fiirull Dlarhnriii,
, Bniartlint nnd I'uliirol miaivtlona oi tlin
y8l OO T"' bottlo, Koraiita by all druif
ii f j irlata, or atittt by Raprraa nn ro
emptor uric. JOHN D. PARK A HONS,
OUIO. rliu muatlon tiila vapor,
lraaluhy U.VHOLAY IlUO-1., Cairo, III.
HOOT & SONS ItfUSiC CO'G
NEW 90-B. BAND CATAXO0UE P0a
1883 BENT FBEE to any addreiu, 1Q0 'lua.
iratlonnof all kin.it of BEAB3. GERMAN
SILVER aud REED ln.tru"'ut:, EEtoZ
with full InitructioDi for fonnlDK IianJa.dl
lMnn i clMtjlllcalkiB of IrmtrumenU -Wf?AT,fnd
H0W 10 Purcbaw,, trma for
(told "t Mm plating, ropalrlng, o. Will alao
'i?ti P-jr"liilar tnunic. Addraa
THE ROOT 4 SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAGO.IIX
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs. Seabury 8c Johnson, Munnfoetap
ins Cheinists, 21 Piatt St, New York !
Gentlemen : For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Public prefer
BonBonsJajfjinB to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Ttansrm'HCnpgtnn Plaster is a ffenuiet
Ponoaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and bo recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get ft Ben
son's Capcino Plaster.
You will be disappointed If yon use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
tri sal Magnetic toys.
MIRK ItK.lIEIIV AT I. A ST. Price Sficta.
I MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
n RAAIIAI BkllPiA m fell I A
r AKduiia fUKUAIIVC rlLLo Ncwiuii
Illood, nil will pomiiletelychango the blood in thu en
tire -pi. Mil in three mon Urn. AnyrmnKin who will lake
1 pill i-n.-h nichtfrmn 1 to 19 wxiknmay be rentnred
tOKonn.l benllb, if mch a thintr beponHible. Bold pv
rn'wh'ie. ornent by mail fer H letter Htiimpi, 1. M.
Juu.souN A Co., liobton, M&aa., formerly Bangor, M
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A r!rular Clrmlunt" of two medical
riilleLVs. lias been lonu'er eiiirni;ej In Ihe treiit.
in. Mit of liromc, Nervoun, trie in ami
Jllornl IMseiisen lluiii any oilier iihyalrlaii 111
Si. I. on U, in eity piipers kIiow ami all obi resl.
iI..ihh Vimw. On ii 1 1 nl Ion at mlleeor hv mull,
fn e mnl Invited. A frlenillv talk or III" opinion
roMs not Ii I ii it. ben II Is fiieoiivenlent lovlilt
the elty for treiitmeiit, meillelnes can be sent
by timl I or express everywhere. Curable caea
ti.iiir.-iuti'. il : win re iloiibt exlla ll Is frankly
M.iie.l. tall or Write.
Ntvous rrostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
outc.'i. T'iroat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood roisoninjf,Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriago, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cmes from over-worW brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Dise ases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It U self.ev blent that A physician paylnif
particular attention to a class oI'cbm's attain
trout skill, and plivolctaiia In reuubir praellee
nl! over Hie eiviinlry knowlnif this. from-m ly
reeoniiiieiid easestu tile oblestoltlce III Amorlea,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
antl the )I'Ov-mI urnoil reiucdiow of all
iil.'i iiml eountrlea me ueil. A whole house Ik
ii m iI iiii-nillee piii i.ii.es, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful tiuinner: and. knowing
what to do. no eperl nientu are made, l Hi ho.
count of Hip meat number applying, the
rhartre are keel low, often Sower tlmn Is
iliiii.in..'d hv otliera If von secure the skl'l
mid net uspee.lv mid pel feet lite cure, that la
the liniorl;ilil ' mini. I'. I'aniphU-t, M pilous,
sent to any address free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Kleirimt cloth ami trilt blndlntt. Pealed for CO
cents In posiuife or currency. Over lllly won
terlul pen pictures, true In life, articles on tho
follow lnir subjects. Who may marry, who not;
v 1 1 v V I'roper aire toniarrv. Who marry tlrst.
.Iiinbood, Womiiiihooil, I'hvslcal iloniv . Who
dhiiild nuiri'y. How life and hnpplness may be
Hum . ,isei, These iniirrled or eonletiiiilatlnit
liiiii'i vliiif ill. mill read It. It ouulit to be read
1 1 v all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. ropulnr edition, mime asabove, but pnper
cover and JUKI pages, 24 ciuW by Uiiill, lu luoliojr
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Address for i
Coin'n Murchau ,
ttnn, nddroii tho Dean o. ,
f'llll'L'l.. M. I.IMUS. (ieo Li
Chambers street, nt. Louis, iu.
YOUNG 3IEN ..
K.'.T IWW IIIOIIII1B, I1UU -tW
certain of a situation, addruan Valeutlno Brothers,
ii uuesviiit-, n ir,
A PVU'ITISEIH by dilru-alui GEO. P. UOW.
rKI,L Co , 10 Spruce aireui, New York, can
learn tho exact cost of anv urnniMs I II no ol' ilu.p.
tlilnir in American BeHapaptra. I tr 1 O-natro
X h VV A U V K UT I S t M L NT.S .
II ( ) L3IA NSF;nn i i uw hh
CotilalninL' both velnna of ih.t TESTA
r.M. e miike no extra chari-o for the addl-
KLKUAN I' UEsKiSS iriiiulsoinclylSi-iui'l
Our ttlblea eonh.ln ? lm f.and .,io
tliitiH. txtra liiiliirenieiita offered lo Knergettc
Airents. liltisirated ( a.alottue aent on appllcai Ion.
A.J. Holmuui t'o., Vi.i Arch t-t., I'lille.dulphla.
oitlilnif iu tnu world euuul u. u l.ir llm
curi- ol Scrofull, l'lni.lr,, Bolli, T. Iter, (II. I rior,
Sore Kjrai, MtreurUI Dluavi, Catarrti Irniol
Appeille, fi-nulo Coiiiilalnts. mel ll. alosa
'liHavi. It ntter foiU. Alt .IrulaU aii
c.umrj iiure tMinri Mil it. 11. K. Mrllrn
M I it., rr.i f'lll.hiiriili, en fyt-rv liolllii.
PltOI'OSAI.S I'01tl.'ONSTItrCTION7 OF MOUND
CITY, M.L., CE.METKKY HO AD'A'AY.
Olllcc of National Cenieterl. a,
Wasiiinoton, I). I'., Senseiiiber Nth, IKsj.
SKAI.K ' i'KOl'OSALS, In Irhilicale. with a
copy of this adverllHeiiient nllachoil tu each, will
be received ut thin ellicu until Mundnv. Seplember
WMh, ItsSi, fur the c instruction l a road to tho
Nallot.al t'eniele.y ut Moil A (Hi, , 111., ami nilinK
tlio d ten. to the top of tho levcu wit ch mrrouuda
tjuantltles etlmnt(l as follow: Earth work
lor road. 8o,Wl cubic varda- Ka th work for ditch,
r,(Kl cubic y.ird; (iravel for road, WliW cubic
I.KliIera will statu price per cubic van! for tho
earth work au.l In' tlio Hnivel; tho latter lo bo de
livered, spread ami roiioii by the cont Bctor. A
plan-anil prolllc of lh road maybeuvn at thu of
lice of the aiipei lnteuileut of thu Mound City Cem
etery. 1'ropomtls ahould bo endnracd: "Pn-poanli for
consttuctioii tif Mon ud City Cemetery road," aud
addressed lo thu undersigned. They will bo opened
iu this oftlre at noon on IhodstH ah .vo stated when
bidders are Invited to lie proaent. It N. BVTCIl
Kl.liKH, llcputy M. t.un., In cbar-e of Natlou
ul Cellietetiea. diit
PKNXSiLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
pitKoTH!. -Jlat yu.r opens S.iptember 1:1th.
'-'New iiiiMin..'s. S:i;ierinr ncropimodatlnns.
Appoiiiiiiuiila ci.niplile. Knclish. ColliRialo,
Chenni-'il, I ivil Kn.'iiie -ri i" u i'n rsei. Ileireea
Coiil. Tred. Applv Hi W. V. lUHidiiv. Eati., patron
Cairo, 111., or to CuL. TIIKO. HYATT, Trent.
(;iiiii.ohVrHtln surest ineaiisof miikiutr riwilarmoniblv'
l'.ni'h meinlHTirets the lien. Hi ot combined capital of tha
Club. lOto pm per wnu Dividend .d tuoiitliW. lle
imrtRof oiktiii ions Bent eai b nwiiiln-r. Slmrisi 10cacb,
nsleem ible, uona-.-ennulile. ti'ansi'enil.lft, A reliable eor
ri'sisiiident waiiiisl in every town. Rss ial indureuients,
EM'lanatorv Cin-ular sent fre Adilii-ss U. Ii, tiKNlMLX.
4iCoH 177 ii IVJ USullulit.,CHlCA(JO, III.
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPER THAN ITEM.
Iilfloa.Shot Ottna, H-vol vera, Ammunition,
l'lsliinu Tnrltln, Selnea, Nta, Knives,
Hiiora, Skates, Hammocks, etc.
Lara Illuatrnleil Catalogue 1UEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! I.ndies and Oerttlemen, toenfragft
witli us to sell several I'si'ful Household
Artielei. Troflla lurtro Labor is light.
Karlusive territory Kiven. No competition.
Terms lih. ru. Clrculiin FKKE. Address
Hewitt llanul'act't; Co., Hut mis, Pittnburfrh,Ps.
Swedish Insuct Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tliorniiKbly oxtcrniinnte Roaches, Ants,
lied riiiKS, J'lens, Lleo.Tobiteeo anil Cotton Worms,
Mnlh, eti:. It is sufo, sure, rleiinly ond cheap. It
will tint pnlim nnlmnlN ot; fowls. Sample park
itues by mull SI cents, post-piiM. Ptamts titkon.
Clrtnitiira ft'i c. Aueiita Wimted. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON. PitttWgh, Pa.
llflof alt kinds for sale very cheap.
I Iff Cataloguos free. AiMnus, RICHARD
III HULL & CO. Box 608, Pittsburgh, fa.
BEfORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances art tent on 30 Day;.1 Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
WHO rw miireriiiir from Nitnvcn'it tiKmt.iTV,
I.ot Vitality, I.acs or Nkkvk Kori tun
Viuoll, Waktinh Wkaknksskx mid nil those iliHeanet
nf a I'kiinokal Natchk iVHiilttiitr from Aiu hkh ni
(ITIIKH i'ai'sks. Hpei.ly relii-r nnd eoinilcte irst.s
riillonnt Hkai.tii.V l'l. hi anil UamiooiuhiaRavtiod.
The irriindest illseovery of llie Nlnclt'onlh C'enliiry,
bend nt .nice fur lllusti ud I'liinplilet frve. A.l.lnwt
VOITAIO BELT CD., MARSHALL MICH.
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in eriiin, i.ivin nn mnl Ki,K.i,
Iilolio ,-nti ili.Hohvopei-.
iit'iiiioii i.nr ,,, .',.ln Mity Ut.
I -I, to i,i 1. 1 ex.. nt dutii, op tl
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I'll I lo invi -i.t.iiH niiiuiiiitinu ti
iiieiit, . toi it n inl; iiienntnimi .
Friiiei iiiiikint! onuiey or mv.
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mnl iiitioiloen tho iilim. Liu ml
eoiiililiHii.oiii, iiin.l. Addrcrs,
f DR. ftm.