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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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IKVAHIAHLT IM ADVAKC.
All Communication ehonld be addrced to
K. A. BUKNKTT,
TwjiyiDAY Evkninh, Sept. 21, 1688.
Tlie weather in cokl and a liht rain has
boon lulling all day.
Business is a little quiet but the ap
proaching coM weather will no doubt even
FLOUR Steady at present prices.
Choice is in limited supply. Other grades
are in fair stock.
IIA.Y Receipts sufficient for the de
mand. CORN The market remains unchanged.
There is no demand.
OATS Prices remain about the same
as at lost report.
MEAL Firm at Quotations.
BUTTER Good demand for choice;
common not wanted.
EGGS In good demand.
CIIICKENS-Sc&rce aud in active re
quest. Sale aud Quotations.
MOTS. Tie prleet cere RiTen are for tale, frum
first banda In round lot. An advance 1;
chanted for broken Intern ailing order.
4X) Variant grade', .
W) hh! fancy
)0 bnl patent
lot). bbl cnuice ........
. 4 5 a5
,.4 ry&i 8
3 carcbnlce .... ,
1 car prime limutby.
4 cara choice tlinutny.,
Scar good mixed
Mixed In bulk .. 65
1 tar white In bulk M
it car while la bulk . .. 7
4 cart choice In balk ou track 31
W 11 B AT.
No. 2 Ited, p.-r bo 90
Ho. i Medlliiraueau .. W
300 bbl City In lota S 35
Bit A.N .
iioo aacka 65270
500 pound atrlctly choice Northern
&X) uound choice northern...
M) pounds choice northern packed .
A) pounda Suutaeru lliluol
lUU dozen ..
live cholco 9 ort&ll 00
8 coops mixed S 00
6 coop choice hene 8 00
6 coop choico young S 00j 75
her buahul ,
.1 73.1 oo
.1 S0S 00
H. C. Hums .
i . .
Ohio It Ivor....
84 bushel burlap..
0 bushul " ..
0 buwhel "
OratiKcs, choice per hoi
Lumous cholco pur box
DM HI) FUU1T.
I'nache. halve and uuarter
I 00 (it) 50
Ohnlra. Vw.tnr u.10ft11
Oraatn mm 1
rr Vlln. l.,.l..
Hheen Pliy ,...
Bhoep Puit, green'..'.'!."
omrnon Liiir i nn
tiood IU a &!,(, 4 oo
- ii1 ai 4 7 j r, oo
Medium Leaf & ji'(A k (i
or 4 Leaf !iit& Mf
RATUS OF KKBHUIT.
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v Ur:an. la
Helena. Ark 17U
The Outcome of Miscegnation.
The marriago of Ada Devo, a nrettv
and Pffxnpliohed white pirl, and the
adopted iluurhtur or Julm Uov. a
wealthy farmer of Gardiner, tHater
eounty, N. Y. to a nero who worked
for Deyo, in the autumn of 1880, was
widely reported at the time. The girl
Is now an inmate of the Sullivan coun
ty poor-house, near Monticello, N. Y.
Miss Doyo was engaged to bo married
to an estimable young man, but the en
gagement was broken, and shortly af
terward sho ran away with the negro
nampaon. Ihe pair went to all the
ministers in Kingston, but were unable
to get anyone to marry thorn until Miss
Deyo had bom transformed into a no
grens by tho aid of burnt cork. When
asked recently why she left her hus
band the young woman, aftr a mo
ment's hesitation and crying, replied:
"You see, as long as they kept coming
to see us, and everybody was excited
over our marriage, John was very kind
to me. lie protected me from inquisi
tive people, kept up my courage, aud
appeared to love me as I did him. But
he gradually changed, and after out lit
tle boy was born ho was never the same.
Finally he failed to support mo, and as
1 was unable to work for myself. 1 came
here." Mr. Deyo has repeatedly offer
ed to give her a homo if she would on
ly leave Sampson.
Light and the Eyes.
Prof. Pickering, of Harvard Observa
tory, points out in Nature that the color
of gas-light has nothing to do with it3
painful effect upon the eyes of students
nnd others. To test this question ho had
a tin lamp shade constructed, consisting
of a tube six inches in diameter by eight
in length. One jnd was closed by a re
flector, and the other by a piece of very
light blue glass. Two holes were made
in the sides through which passed the
glass chimney of an argand pas-burner.
By experimenting with a shadowphoto
meter, a position was found where the
li'ht received on a book was of the same
intensity and very similar color to that
from a window in the day time at a dis
tance of about six feet. A few minutes'
reading, however, was sufficient to con
vince him that the new light was far
more trying to the eves than an ordi
nary gas flame would" be, the ill effects
being due to the intense heat thrown
down by the reflector. And this he
thinks is the source of the whole trouble
in the ordinary gas-burner. The heat
radiated by the name, the heated chim
ney aud shade, and reflected from the
printed page and all other white paper
lying on the table, dries the eves, the
lids, the forehead and temples. Tempo
rary relief may be found by bathing the
face and eyes in water, but it is only
temporary. The hot, dry air from the
lamp is also harmful, and no doubt con
tributes its share of its injury to the vis
ion. These evils may both in part be
remedied by placing a pane of glass so
as to intercept tho rays about the lamp
before they strike on the book, or the
face. But it must be placed at such a
distance from the lamp as not itself tf
The hotter the flame the whiter it is
and the more light is thrown off in pro
portion to the heat. Henco oculists are
recommending such lights as the stu
dents' and Moderator lamps, which burn
with a small, hot, and very brilliant
flame, as compared with that furnished
by the argand and fish-tail burners.
Statistics, said Prof. Pickering, show
how alarmingly prevalent near-sightedness
hasbecoiueof late among students.
Hence, anything which will tend in the
future to prevent this wide-spread defect
will bo a boon to mankind. He had
great hopes of the electrio light in this
respect In it there was the maximum
of light with minimum of heat. The
ever-varying intensity was an objection,
but he thought we might look forward
to the miocofi of tho light from the in
candescent carbon strip, in the near fu
ture, as a remedy for "the most wide
spread evil that afflicts the human vis
ion." How to Stop a Dog Fight.
Every appliance which a fertile imag
ination could suggest has been employed
in the uncongenial task of separating
fighting dogs whoso blood was up. A
few years ago there was a man who
wont about declaring that a sudden del
uge of cold water would invariably pro
duce the desired result, until one day he
saw two dogs which, in the heat of bat
tle, were unconscious of all about them
fall off a bridge into a river forty feet
below and, still clinched, sink ana rise,
sink and rise until one of them lloatod
down tho stream dead and the other
orawlod out upon the bank. Oliver
Wendell Holmes has put it on record
Tho momrreP hold will slip,
Dut only crowbar loose the bulldog' grip.
In tho faco of this decision of the auto
crat, a Massachusetts man boldly de
clares that no dog, however brutal by
naturo or inflamed by passion, can keep
on lighting after a handful of yellow
mull has been thrown into his face. Tho
logio of tho situation, ho would prob
ably say, is that after tho aplication of
snuff the doginust cither Hnoeze or burst;
no dog can sneeze and tight at the Bamo
time, and it is certain that no dog can
burst and light at tho samo time. The
Massachusetts man speaks with conli
donco, aud it would bo a pleasure to seo
him administer the snuff. New York
Funny fact That "noon," whether
we spell it backwards or forwards, la al
ways midday. ,
OAIIiO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1889.
"Men most work and woman weop,
Bo run the world away."
But they heed not weep so much if they
use Dr. Pierce's " Fayorite Prescription,"
which cures all the painful maladies
peculiar to women. Sold by druggists.
Sorrows of a "Masher.'1
n Think It Coat Him More Than th Ton Wa
There wero plenty of seats in tho car,
but as he walked down tho aisle ho
looked sharply to the right nnd left un
til he reached a pretty girl who was sit
"Seat engaged, Miss?" ho asked, with
a knowing w ink.
"N-no, sir," stammered tho girl, look
ing around in dismay.
Down he plumped and braced himself
for tho campaign. He was a regular
passenger, and held his commutation
ticket in his hand.
"Shall I open "
"Tickets!" roared the conductor, who
had watched him from afar.
Tho regular passenger smiled sweetly
at the pretty gul, ainrput up his paste
board, out of which two rides were
"Hold on!" protcs'tcd the regular pas
senger, "you punched this twice. This
lady isn't with me."
"Sorry," replied tho conductor, "but
you walked in, sat down and went to
work on the regular married stylo. Sup-
fiosed, of course, it was your wifo. Too
ate now. Take a vacant seat next time.
And the passengers went to the con
ductor and asked 'him to drink, and of
fered him cigars and bought out the
train boy for nim.
"I knew they weren't married," gaid
he as he squinted at a glass of extra
prime. "1'vo seen him before, but this
is the first time it cost him a couple ol
dollars to play it."
"Do you know who the lady is?" ask
ed an inquisitive young man.
"My wife, gentlemen," replied the
conductor, andoven the flask chuckled
a merry "gltig glug" as he spoke.
A man in Cleveland made a Viet of
$50 that he could teach a girl to throw
a base ball straight, and tho expenses
for glass during a week's training was
35, and at tho end of that time a rock
thrown by her at a hen due north would
most probably takeout the eye of a man
to the eastward.
A Petroleum Man's Protest
In the flush days of petroleum, when
thousands of gallons of the stuff
went bubbling down tho creeks be
cause there was no storage for it, a
stingy old Pitholer who had been drill
ing away for months suddenly tapped a
reservoir and out came tho oil at the
rate of 200 barrels an hour. He had
provided six empty barrels for such a
contingency, and when these had been
rilled the dark liquid cut its way down
the hillside in a roaring torrent No
one had tanks or barrels to spare, and
the old man could only tear his hair as
he Stood by and realized tlrni a fortune
was oozing away from him. In the
midst of his despair he noticed a stranger
tilling a pint bottle from the rushing
stream. "Hold on hold on, there!
he veiled as he ran down the Jiill "this
oil belongs to me!" "Yes, I know,"
replied the other, "but where 1,000 bar
rels are going to waste, you can spare
me a pint, can't you?" "I I suppose
I can!" groaned the old man, "but I
want you to understand that it's taking
a mighty menu advantage of my mis
fortunes! Dou't (ill tho bottle and
grease your bouts too!"
Slight pain in the side, the skin aud eyes
assume a thick yellow 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 eyes, depressed
spirits, bad breadth, feeling of uncertainty
of having left something undone but can't
tell wlmt it is. Take Simmons Liver
Regulator, it will remove all these feelings
and make you well.
When the fountains of life aro not cor
rupted and embittered by suffering; when
the functions of womanhood arc strictly
normal, woman life is like music, with no
discord to jar her delicate sensibilities and
break the vital and organic harmony.
But many who suffer from vital and func
tional disorders have found immediate re
lief and a permanent cure by using Mrs.
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A Couch, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNcglect frequent I re
sults in an Incurable Lung disenso or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchiai Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remodics of the age. Soid at 25 cents a
Bueklen's Arnica Salvo
Tho Best Salvo iu tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt llheutn, Fever
Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptions, and positively
cures Piles, It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. IS
Nothing like "Lindscy's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tuttor, salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Ph. Kunk's Oiikat Nkhvk Rkstoiieb is
tho maml of tho ago for all uervo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in nersonal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A hottlo of So.odont, how
ever, is woith its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and its prico is
cash well spent by the purchaser. Though
it will not make tho teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at tho rapid im
provement it effects in tho dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic licit Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicanco O'l
trial for thirty days to men (yunr? or 'l0
who aro idllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly viifor. Ad
dress as above, N. IL No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
A New and complete II itul, fronting on
second and Railroad btreuta,
Tb PaMeniiBr Depot of tho Chicago, St. Lowlf
an'' .ow Orleans: Illinois Contrul; Watianh, St.
I.otita and i'aclnc; hou Momitniu and S mitnTii,
Mobile and Ohio; fair.) and St. Loma Kuiiways
are all Juxt acro'B tho vtruft; while the S team hum
Landli'U ia bnt one aitiare distant.
This Hotel la heated hy atuam, riaa "team
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Electric ('nil lit II
Automatic Kiro-Alarms. Bath, absolutely pure air
ju-rtect newerae and complete appointment.
'Superb furnishing"; perfect aervicc; and an uu
Ij. P. PAHKKK At f!0.,loe
Q 5 5
C S M
All K NT FOX TUB SAI.S OF
and Marine Engines
ENGINES A SPECIAlry.
FARM ENGINES, MAC1II NISTS'
OF ALL KINDS,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. 131, North Third Stroot,
NOTICE TO CONTUAOTO KS.
Onii-0 of City Clerk, Oiilro. III. Sept. l'Jth, IK!.
Si'iilert proposal wl'l be received at t'Ma olllce,
directed t tho city council of tho clly of Cairo, up
to tho time ol meetlna of aald council, Monday
cveuinir, 8ptmubrv!Mli, lbs.', for lllllnn, ifnidliitf
and Improvlnir New l,voo atreut. The eMlma'ml
am. Hint of enrtli required will be about 10,11ml cubic
yard. Hid for avciloua of MM foul or inure will
be received ; mi l blilH to be lit o niilcli per cubic,
yard and work to he done to Hie 'itlHl'uctlnn of t'e
committee on Ktreot All propotwU imiHt be ac
companied will) a uood and milllclent bond lor
twice Die ainouut of bid. Work to ho com pleti-d
within Kixty day from hIijiiIiik contract, ihe rliiht
to reject any
ami all bid ruxcryod hy tho city.
1). J. KOI.KY, Oliy Oierk.
DR. K LINK'S GHEAT
"' nil 11IUIN AHD NKIH
DmiUKv Oni.v m'iik cruK na Nr.Kvit ArrKe-
M dlrai'Wl. A"Mii''rr lrl.m'iu. 'J'i Inn A
fit trial txitllt fr-e t Kit (Wi.tlu'r 'ln innm
olritn on iHit.wnon reooivnii. piici natiiuM'.u unit
niirM ldrnjurifflltiit to 11K KI.IN K '.i.ll Arrb
St-.l'llllt'l-.'"' JXllHl. jliwirci Vmiii.
nunfinalf wnltjvd euro for all Dlnobaw.
Stinging, Smarting and PrUuful nUoo crib
81 OOP" bottla. For al by all dm
i7 ndl77 Afmmonit. OINOINNAXI.
OHIO, Plaaaa tuuntlon tnia uauor. r
i r tirlo. .iniiw n 6AI1K SONS.
For Ml by BAHOLAY BROS., Cairo, 111.
ROOT & MUSIC C0'8
!f'rl1I?,r"';, ".'ll,S,,,of BEA88, OtBMAN
ii SILVER and SEED iiutruniunu, totfmher
!-" kiii iniirucvioui rcr rorminK Uandl, Qi
JjjiL"1 """l claaiilrlcalion of IndrumenU
WHAT and BOW to purchase j torai for
ol(J oMilrer pklniK, rupalrlng, Ac. Wlllalao
nd, if dMirwl, our banti and Orthulra
THE ROOT A SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IU
Havo Signed or Endorsed the
Me86ra.8eo.bury & Johnson, Manufactur
Ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St, New York :
Gentlemen :-For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ter. Physicians and the Public prefer
BfinBonJaCftniniPoj2 to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household romedios worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
BnnHon'w Cnpcinn Plaatar is a B;enuiC6
Pormaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and bo recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get Ben
son's Oapcine Plaster.
Tou will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Fads or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
1 M'RK It KM Kit Y AT LAST. Price 5c.
1 HIAO'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Hlaod, nnd will rotnplutfilr clianne th blood in t h en.
tiro Kvntpin in t hre inonthi. A ny pnrwin who will taka
1 pill each niiiht fnmi 1 ti 19weknmiir be rontored
tnnnund heiilth. if Mich a thing bflKMiril. Buid ev
ery wlicro, or wnt by mail fur H lettr ulnnipn I. H.
JuiiMtuM & Co., Colou, Mans., foriuurly liaiitfor, Mtt
617 St. aarles Stroot, ST. LOOTS, M0.
A rtrulip Oriiiliiiir of two mcillrnl
Cfii; Inn I11111 Imiui-r i iiirniri'd In thetniil-
11 t of 'lironii.. NervoiiH, tlcln 11111I
3 ! I IHmnit than any otln r iilivslrliin In
St. I.ouls uu city iiiii'N 1.I1DW nnd all ili rcl-
ih mi knnn'. 4 011 -n 1 1 al Ion u nllli r liv I1111II,
IVieiuiil luvltcil. A I'rlt'iiilly talk or liln iiilni.n
CMt IHltlllilU. W lll'll II 1 llll'illl VCIlli'llt to visit
till' I It)' I'nr tri'lltllll'llt. IIK'llll'llll'l Pllll lll'81'llt
1 mull or i xpr".s evervwhcri1. t'uralile ca-01
Kinirihi I; wliiri' dun lit t'Utn It la iriuikly
ei.iii d. Cull or Vrll'.
N-rvm Prostration, Debility, Menial and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
allcoLt-j 1.. i'iiroat, Skin and Eonoa, Blood
Impuritios and Blood Poisoning, Skin Afflic
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriaga, Rheumatism, Piles. Spaoial
' attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roooive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposure.
Tt H m'lf.fvlfli'iit tlinl a ihvIHim paying
pnrtli'iilitr aitt'iillon to a cluni iifeasv altHlim
k'ri'iit skill, iiml plivali'laiiK In ri'Kiiliir irm'l In)
nil over the i-miiui v kimwliiit tlih. frt'iiii'iitly
r 1 11 ti 11 'ii I rnu B In i!it olili'iitollU'i' In Ani'Tlin,
mIhth t'vi'ry known iiiillnnri' In ri'unrti'd to,
and till' pi'ovi'il itnnil riMiit'il inn of Nil
Hp' iiml i'oiiiiI rli'K nrr 11.m il. A wliolc limiso In
used liirolllrc iuri'on'4, nnil nil arc tri'iitcil Itli
skill In a ri'HHi'itiil 1 11 11 1 1 r ; and, kiion'lnii
wlmt to do. 1111 expcrl nii'iitu arc ninile. (iliac
I'uiiiit of the unut iiuiiibir iiiilylnu. the
rliuriffH urn kit low, often lower limn In
iliiniiiiili'd by iillii'is If you Kreure tin' skl'l
nnd m l 11 i-i'iy iiml i'rl'ei't lil'n cure, t lint la
the Iiiiiii'I;iii1 mutter, l'iiuidili'l, 110 )Hgi,
bent to uny mldi'i'tn free.
pum. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Klctnmt rlotli nnd irilt liliidlnir. Henlcil for W
n ull In posing' or currency, ever lilt y won
I'erl'ul ien iletureii, true to life, arllcli'soli tile
followlnv uliccts. liuiiiiiy nmrry. who not;
tjln? I'roher Hue toiimrrv. Who nmrry llrt,
i1:lliliooil, olniliiliooii. I'liVli-nl ili i'ny. I111
xlionlil ii'iirry. lluw lll'e ami liiiiiloess limy Ihi
mi l' a i d. 'I'liKMi iiiiii rli il or ciniiempliitliitf
Hull I I Ink' slllllll'l reml II. It (111 1! Ill to he rend
hy nil mliilt iieisoiiit, then kft iimler lock and
key.. 1'i'i'iilar eil 1 1 Ion. Mime ns al.nve, hut i"f
cover iiml i"V pKi', cent by mall, lu iuoui
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$10 'to $20,000
InlcBltlmHteJiidlclomapectilatlontn Grain, Pro
vialoua and hlockaon our perfected plan, ylrid
iir monthly proBta to larx nd .mall lnvtors.
AddreH forfiill partleiilara. K. K Kendall A Co,
Com n Murcaants, 177 4179 La hallo. t, Chicago II
Medical Students, fa
r a' tioanumiinta
and full Ihrmmi.
tlon, aildre.n the Di'iin of th,; American Medical
CtilWsKi', St. I.UL1. Oeo C. PiUor, M. D,,11KJ
C bum bur utrijet, St. l.mil, Mo.
Y0I(r MFV ll'youwantto enrnTeleKra
AlUiVI JUjH phylnafewmontha.andb
certain of a altiiattou, ttddrue ValMntlne Brother,
JUUUHvlllll, V. if.
AIVK'TISKKShyadilre-HlnK GEO. P, ROW
EL1. CO , 10 Sprucu street, New York, can
learn thu exact com of any proponed lino of adver
tialiiK In American uewapuper. IflTtO-naue
pamphlet, Be. B
.N K V A D V I. Hi I S K M E N TS .
ContHlnlnithoth vernlone of thu 11 RW TESTA
MENT. We niiikw uo extra charge for tho add!-
KLK(iAN r UKSKJNS iraudsomclj-Uiraud
Our Hliilen contiilni.Mid pairen. .,r( 0 lliuntra
tlmm. Extra liiilniementa oll'ertd to Knernetio
ARcnt.. MiiinrHted I aialonne aent on applleai ion.
A.J . lloliaiui & Co., Yii-i Arch. St., Philadelphia.
PtotUing in uiv Horlu vtiuul to n for Uie
' 0uruorUoruAjlft,Ptii)ijet,Jluili, Tcttnr, Ol'l SorM,
Hon hyui, kfercurltl PImkhoi, (rtUrrh lw of
A pittite, trnjiile Complaint!, ml alt MIikhI
dlaM'iDtci, It nntr fuii. All IniKlsU and
country ibiro kwpra sell it, K. K. Hfrn
A Co.. frt)p, FIIUhaiith, t,a tvarv botilt.
PHOrOSALS FOU CONSTKI'CTION of mound
CITY, ILL., CiiMETEUV ROADWAY.
Ci Ulcc of National Cenioferle.,
Wamiiinotun, 1) ('., NnpKuijihur Nth, 1HNJ.
SEA1.K PUul'OSM.S, In trlnliiaio. with a
cop, ol thl adverlii'i'tni'iit aitarhcd to each, will
mi received at una olllee until .Ylonrtny. neptember
SMh, levj, for the conntruc.tiou uf a road to tho
National Ceiueteiy at Moui.d I'll, , 111., anil filling
tna ditch to the top of tho levee winch eurroiind
Ojiautltico eKllniflted a follows: Earth work
(or road, 3",(W0 cubic ynnU- Ea-th work for ditch,
i,iK) cul.lc y.iriini (iravol for road, 6,000 cuhio
liiddera will mate price per cubic yard for tho
eartti w ork and for the (ravel ; tho lat ter to he de
livered, fpreitd and rolled hy the cont actor. A
plan anil profile of tho road may ho een at tbo of
fice of the KHperlntoudciit uf the Mound C ity C'cro.
etery. proptiHH' fhoii'd ho endoraed: "Pri ponait for
coiiHlmetion of Moutd i lty Cemetery road," and
adrfri'Med to the undiTHluned. They will ho oponed
In tlim otlke at nocawpn thedate abive mated when
bidder aro Invited Ot he prudent. Ii N. BITCH
EIJ1.K, Dcpuly Q. M. Gen., lu charge of Nation
al Ci'ineteile. dbl
I'Ka'XS'. LVAMA Military ACADEMY
p'iKt.TEll. i!lt yeir open September l.'lth.
"'New Hiillilini'n. S'lperlor scotninodatlon.
Arpoin'mentB C':inpleto. I'.luIIi. ColliKinie,
ClieiniC'il, Civil F.iii-'ine ririj co .r"en. Degree
Cunterred. Aliply to W. I. Ilullliliiy. Eho., patron
Cairo, III., or to COL. TUKO. 11 Y ATT, l'ret.
l.liiiisnni'rntv,iMiii.'t. iniiiiiKiif iiiHkmK rivnlur uenulily
pp nili. from invi'si uieiitaof ijil"toliHli)or looreilealinuin
6R A1N. PROVISIONS & STOCKS
l'.iu h iiicihIkt ecu the U'lielimf iiiinliiiieil citiMiiil of the
Chili. 10 to ii0H'i' ci'iit. 1 iivi.letvlH paid nioiulily. lie
i 11 in of (ip.Tiiiii.iiii Rent inch iiieml.er, Blue 11 tin each,
ruliicm ihle, iiiuiii'-i'iiiile, truiificriiMo. A reliuli'i' rnr
rer.Ninli'iil u.tiie.l iii every ii'ivn. ft 4-,'ial iniliiinn "Ma.
KxiilttiiHiorv CimiliirM'iit f'n'. Aillnw It. F,. Kxnuau.
it Co., IT? it l;ul.u.Siiik' hi., CHlCAllO, Ilu
OF EVERT KINO CHEAPER THAN EVEB.
Blflp. Shot (iiiiia, Hevolvers, Ainiiiiinltlon,
l''iitliliiK Tackle, ScIiich, Notn, Knivea,
ItaorH, Skatca, Iliimtnocka, etr,
Lare llluatrntHil t alnlofrue Fit EE.
V 1 1 remm
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! Liullosanil flentloraen, tocnirairo
witli us to aell several L'ncfui IIoiihoIl
Artlclr. l'roflu largn La'.ior Is light.
KxcliiNiva tcn-ltory k1viii. No competition.
Termt liiiernl. Circulars FKKK. Addnwa
llunitt Uauufiirt'ii Co., Hut MW, Plttburgh, Pa.
SwndlsU Insert Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tliorotiphly pxterraln.no Ponchoa. Ant,
Tlt'il lliiRH, Fiona, Llro.Tolmcco ami Cotton Worm,
Moth, etc It iaanfe, mire, rleiinly nnd cheap. It
will not poison animals or fowls. Sample puck
hitc by mail 30 cents, port-paid. Ptiimp hikon.
ClreiilurK tree, Amenta Wnntvil. Addrciis,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Pitfcrtmrgli, Pa.
of all kinds for sale very cheap.
I Catalogues froo. AiUtrcw., RICHARD
I HULL I CO. Box 860. ntkburgh, Pa.
Electric ApDlilncKl art tont an 30 Davi1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
WHO arc mnrorlni fmin Nanvora PtaiuTY,
I, oat Viti.MY, I,c or Naava Koai .an
Vntoa, Wtinii W'KAitNKuKa, ami all Uiomi itlaewn
of a I'KHioNAL N in lot rc.iilliim rmin Ane.it. and
UTIIKM I'll HC. Noeeily tvlll'f ,in I Colli il,'t4l reU.
ration of IIkai.tii.V men .ml MAMiivniti'A4Nrt.
The Kriinilent iIImhivi vy of tho Nineleonih 0"iitiiry.
Bend at nnc fur IIIilIi-uUkI I'.niihll frmk AditrcM
, VOLTAIC HIT CO., MARSHALL, WICH.
TIioh ili'sii'init iii iiinkc tiiiuii'r
n 11 ' 11 1 1 n 1 1 . 1 niKiilntii iiivoatniniita
111 crci'i, iiiiii,i na anil .Unit
npiM'iilat io h. ciin tin ao hv opor
Mi 1,1 ivi o n I'liui. I n'iii May Int.
I 'M. In lue pliiu nt illlte ou in.
V- atm.'ii'.x of Monotof I.IMH'.onari
p I'.'.- luri Im'ii'i it ' js.hI ami
I'M I 1,1 iii' "i'. in ai.ioiiiitlinf to
aeV MIU t.rion I l orlUllll I illK"i-t-
nieio. ',1 lo iviii.i ni.'iriiliil in-
Mit I II" '. t Illllli'lif IHOM'J' or pay-
Ml'lii on I'lniiiel, .Miliil'etrv e'r-
yp. DR. m
l BEFORE AND AFTERi
I.UIUIIII'IHII I'l lOII'l T
,.: V' wlil "l'rt i "l"t"J
11 1 if Joco tho plBo. l.llr
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