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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Ttrmi ox Huhsoruitlon,
rum or i'ohtaoh:
Dully oneyiar by carrier J18 Oc
('!() pur cunt. discount II paid In advance.)
Onily, one year y mall - J" M
lily,ono month 1 no
Wuukly, one year '' On
Wanly, fl month 1 Ml
tT-L'liitmuf flvoor more fur Wuekly bulletin tl
0110 time, pur year, (1 .VI
INVAHIAUI.Y IN ADVANCE.
All Coaimuultalion ahuuld be addroMed to
B. A. HU UN KIT,
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the prewent generation. It la for the
Curejif thU"diseftso ftiid Its aTterTdonta,
tEP8IA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, etc., that
f UXT'8 PILLS havo fruitied a world-wide
reputation.NoP.ernudyJiiiB ever been
diHco ven 1 th(itact8 lo gen tl jrjori Jb 6
diKeative orgiinH, giving them vigor to a
similate food. Asa natural readily the
Nervoua Byitemje' jlraeed, the Muscles
ere Developed, and the Hod'y Robust.
Oliills nud' Povor.
E. HIVAL, arVlantor at Bayou Bars, La , nays:
My plantation la In a malarial district. For
aavoral yar I could not make half crop on
aooount of bllloua d.leia and c bill n. I wa
nnrly dlacoura,d when I bxpan the uaa of
TUTT'B PlLI-fl. The roult waa tnnrveloua :
my laborers soon became hearty and robust,
and I bay bad no further trouble.
The- rrltrvr the ii(forl I.I t ar, pImuk
Hi IUmmI I nun polioiiou tin mora, nnd
ruw tin- bOM.'la lo ail nulorully, yyltU-
viin.ii.'n nomirran ifi
Try t hli r-mrty fairly, mill j mi will jrnln
lirialiti? IMarralioii, Vla-oemis I toil t, fur.
lllmMl, Slroiij , nn1 awutitt I.lvrr.
Prlc. U3( ml. Other , M Murray HI., S. .
TUH'S HAIR DYE,
1rav IT i it nrWrrniKi . chanced to a Oiorsv
rli.A'iK by !ni(lc iippl'i'Hlii'ii of Kiln In K. It
Impart n tint : ri1 cxh.r, uii'l net huitiinlaueously.
oi l.v Irimisl, or aent liy express, uu rectilpt
of One Iiiliir.
Office, (Hi Murrny Strict. Nw York.
(llr. iriTa JtASlWl. nf Tafttablcv
Informntlnn und luriil llrrripti 1
trill lit until'1 FREE on avttlt'vition. f
If you are nick Hop IJ.iti is will purely
aid Nature in making you wcil wucn all
If you uro cuslive or ilyspepti,-, or aru
6Utli.-riii trow any otiiu- nf thv numerous
dLcastb of tin- Mo n idi or ! ivmN, it U your
own fault if you remain ill, fir JJup Hitters
are a 8'iveria'ii remedy in all hucIi com
plaints. If you are waiting away wiMi any form
of Kidney disease, t p t,.init!ii Death
tliis moment, and turn fur a cure to Hop
If you ns sick with thut terrible sick
ness Nervousriets, you will liml a ''li.ilm in
Gilvitd ' in the u-e id' 1 1- Bitter.
If you are a t'lcijuunter, or a rexidunt ol it
luisint'i''. district, lmrric;id your system
against the scour.ie of all coutitiics ma
larial, cpi'leinic, biiioin, and inu-rmitcnt
fevets hy the use of Hop 151 iters.
If y iu have rouh, pimply, or rallow
skin, bad Wreath, pain an I achee, und in I
niiseralile generally, Hop Hitters will ;'v,;
you fair skin, rich Mood, and sweetest
breath, health and comfort.
In short they cute all diseases of the
stomach, B iweU, Blood, Liver, Kidneys,
Blight's Disease. flOO will be paid fr a
case they will not cure or help.
That poor bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made the pic
ture of health, by a few bottles of Hop
Bitters, costing but a trifle. Will you let
them suffer? (-)
,W0MAN CANVjT HEALTH OF VVCMAlA
WVMPATHIZEWIThVlS THE HOPE DTj
if WOMAN. THE RACeW
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Bore C ure for nil FIMIALK WEAK
NESSKM, Inelinliiig I.rurorrliirn, Ir
rrnnlur end ralnful IWeimtruiulAn,
Inlluiiiiiiiitlon ami I'lccriillnn of
I he Womb, I'luoillriKi FltU
I.APSVX IJTICHI, A c.
rrPlcamint totliet.ite, i-llli nidiMn and Imtmxnafa
In it f duct, ltlnagrrat help In prctrnnnoy, and r
lUiyra pain during Inhorand ot rciiulnr jKMIudo.
rilYSieUNSlSEIT IMII'lltSCRIIIK IT miFLT.
rrFoa ai.Weakki!B8eii of the ponerntive organ!
of either ix. It l toiind t" no roniody IlinWiM ever
been before the publloi and for all dlmimel of the)
KiDNCTB It la the GiyuImI Remedy in (he World.
PTKIDNEY COMPLAINTSof KliUcr 8c
Find (irent Relief la lis t0.
IYDIA K.lMNKIIASri 1IL0 1'rntTIFR
will urniliealu every vendue, of llimioi" liom Hie
Wood, t the (uiine time will trlve tone and treiiKtll t;
Uteayeloni. AHiiittrrelloiwIn rwulliaatueUoiuiiuiiuiL
tTllotlitlioConirioiiniUnd mnd rurlller am pre
pared nt 833 and KIA VenU-rn Avenue, Lynn, Jlunfc
Prion of either, 1. Blxl)ollle for l The Compound
la lent by nmll In Uie form or pllla. or of lor.enue,ou
receipt of price, $1 per ! fr either. Mm. l'lnkham
freely wwwera all loiter of Inquiry. Enclow I cvut
Itaiup. Send for pamphlet. Jltntivn thl$ l-aper.
llouTuiKoUHnoHe and Torpidity of Uie Liver. IU etui a.
i"WoM by all DruggUf.t (H)
HARRIS REMEDY CO., nMi-M7a.
Ira i f l nriiiin mm miir i -nii ur
PR0F.HARRI3' PASTILLE RLMLDV
''i lU tiiun Mm unit mle-r. nho lullnr
iirJ mini Nitiuui anil I'liv.lcal ll.l.ll.
ny, I'rnniAiur ainniiiutiu biiii
tliulr man. sliHitnv oemtuufnon.
I ara nnl.tliiv ami raillnall. OUri'll.
Thl H.mcilY ! put up In bum. No. I (laillun a moiiihl, la,
lafl(nnuirh UiHiTaot aourt, uiiIvm In ifvruoaKi..) I& No. I
(iMtlnthr mniuhi), (I. S.ui bj mall Id plain wril'l'.n.
Ulrffllnn. mr I'llna .rcpa; airh Met. I'lluphltl dmcrl.
Mai loll UwaN abJ auvu glm .al mJl as avylltaUiia,
Studying a Epiilor.
Anyonn who Iiih tho timo to look
olosely at animated niitureniti llnd much
In apjmrently u'ly objeets toamioe hltn.
A writer in the UaillemmCa Mvnzina
ms somuthinof to say of Ids put 'spider
"Esau," whoso dietetic preferences at
least ho seenn to have learned very well.
Ksim wuh not a mule; he was a lady.
Ono day, wjiilo feeding the beast, I no
ticed thut tho den in tho corner hud been
extended into a passage with two open
ings, and In tho passage wall was a spot
thicker and more opmjuii than tho rest
of tho building. This I surmised was a
deposit of e's, and I afterward found
that I was riht.
Still, I had named tho animal, and on
the principle of tho parson who insisted
on christening tho little pirl John, I ad
hered to the original Appellation. Hith
erto the spider had discovered none of
the attributes proverbial to licavscx, and
I did not feel justified in naming her
Lucy or Maria.
There were warm days that venr, when
tho air smelled of clover anf tho flies
came out plentifully, and Ksuti was fed
on all available insects that had winjjs.
Tho house lly was her staple food, al
though she regarded small moths as
delicacies, arid thought midges and email
gnats were toothsome urlie'es of diet,
but her soul loathed bluebottles.
They were to her what caviare and
absinthe are to tho uneducated. If a
bluebottle was put into her net, she
bound it down with many strands of
cobweb and killed it, and before the ani
mal had ceased to quiver. ist it from
her web with evident repugnance.
Beetles she did not care for, as they
broke her web, but money-spinners she
tolerated. Daddy-longlegs fell an easy
prey to her, although she did not relish
them. That I know, because she never
took their carcasses to her cave.
By way of a treat 1 once offered her a
small earth worm. It wriirgled and
writhed, lengthened itself and shortened
itself, as, umed itself up into a corkscrew
and tied itself up into knota. Esau sought
refuge in tier house, and stuck her head
out to watcii tnese strange manoeuvres.
At first she was still as possible; then
there was an oscillatory movement of
the palpi. She generally did that when
she was getting up her pluck. Then she
made a rapid rush to within an inch of
the worm, and reconnoitered again. She
was not satisfied, and retired a second
time to think the matter out.
The worm, in the meantime, either
got tired of struggling, or else philoso
phically arrived at the conclusion that
he coufd make him?e!f as comfortable in
a cobweb as in any other place.
The period of rest was fatal. Esau
darted on her prev and stuck her man
dibles into him. Vainly did the worm
try to charm the enemy by tickling her
with the end of his tail. Esau held on
like a vise. The worm tried to encircle
her body with furtive gyrations. Esau
had no inclination to play at Laocoon,
and eluded the strategy of her prey.
The worm gave in.
A Wonderful Woman.
The bpst-natured woman in the
United States lives in Austin. She has
been married a number of years to a
man named Ferguson, but she and her
hu.-hand have never had a quarrel yet,
and he has frequently boasted that it is
utterly impossible to make her angry.
rerguson made several desperate at
tempts to see il he could not exasperate
her to look cross or seoU at him. mere
ly to gratify his curiosity, but the more
outrageously he acted the more affable
and loving she behaved.
Last week he was talking to a friend
about what a hard time he had Hying
to find out if his wife had a temper.
The friend offered to bet $50 that if Fer
guson were to go home drunk, raise a
row, and pull tho table cloth full of
dishee off the table she would show
soir.e signs of annoyance. Ferguson
said he didn't want to rob a friend of
his money, for be knew he would win;
but they at last made the bet of 50, the
friend to hide in tho front yard and
watch the proceedings of tho conven
tion through the window.
Ferguson came horue late, and ap
parently fighting drunk. She met him
at the gate, kissed him, nd assisted hh
tottering steps to the house. Ho sat
down hard in tho middle of tho floor
and howled out:
"Confound your ugly picture, what
did you mean by putting that chair
from under meP"
"Oh, I hope you did not hurt your
self. It is my awkwardness, but I'll try
and not do it again." And sho helped
him to his feet, although she had had
nothing in the world to do with his fall
ing. lie then sat down on the sofa, and
sliding off on the floor, abused her like
a pickpocket for lifting up the other end
of tho sofa, all of which she took good
naturedly, and finally she led him tothe
supper-table. He threw a plate at her,
but sho acted as if sho had not noticed
it, and asked if he would have tea or
coffee. Then the brute seized the table-cloth
and sat down on tho floor,
pulling the dishes nnd everything elso
over with him in one grand crash.
What did this noble woman doP Do
you suppose she grumbled and talked
about going home to her ma, or that
sho sat down and cried like a fool, or
that she sulked or pouted? Not a bit of
it. With a pleasant smile sho said:
"Why, Cieorge, that's a new idea,
ain't it? We have been married teu
years, and have never yet ate our sup
per on the floor. Won t it be fun just
like those picnics we used to go to be
fore we got married?" And then this
angelic woman deliberately sat down
on tho floor along sido of tho wretch,
arranged tho dishes and fixed him up a
This broke George all up. lie owned
up ho was only fooling her, and offered
to give her the $50 to get her a now hat,
but she took the money and bought
him a new suit of clothes and a box of
cigars. Gal veston News.
A Philadelphia observer has discover
ed that when $1 railway faro is paid 15
cents of it goes to the stockholders, 20
cents to the bondholders and 65 cents
toward paying tho cost of operating tho
road, being . chiefly distributed among
workingmen. This Is a goneral compu
tation which does not apply to every
road, but is the averugo for all tho roads
In tho country.
It Is alleged that Sun Francisco Is los
ing its importance as a distributing
point for tho Facitio slope.
Material for Egg Bholls.
When birds are In their wild stato,
they havo no difllculty in procuring a
supply of material for forming the shells
of the eggs they lay. They havo an un
limited range, and can pick up particles
of lime-stone, portions of decomposed
bones, and other substances that can bo
converted into tho shells of eggs. Wild
birds lay at most only as many eggs as
they can hatch at two billings. 'Sonio
kinds of birds hatch only ono brood of
younjr In a season. Domesticated birds,
especially fowls, produce a largo num
ber of eggs in tho course of a year.
Somo of tho non-sitting varieties of hens
lay as many as ono hundred and fifty
eggs in a year. A largo amount of ma
terial is required to form tho shells for
all these eggs. It is not contained hi
tho grain and other kinds of food that
are furnished fowls, especially thoso
kept in confinement. As aconsequenco,
they lay eggs that have very thin shells,
or no sliells at all. The eggs that havo
thin shells aro liable to break in the nests,
or during removal from place to place.
Fowls, whether allowed to run at largo
or kept in close quarters, should bo sup
pled with materials for forming shells.
The best substance for forming e"-"-shells
is bone-dust. It should bo pTe
pared from fresh bones. Tho next best
material to entire bones pulverized is
made by burning bones, and then re
ducing them to powder or small grains.
The pulverized shells of oysters and
clams are very good, nnd a fair ami
cheap substitute for either of them is
found in marble-dust that can be ob
tained of the manufacturers of grave
stones and monuments. Air-slaked lime
should be furnished fowls for forming
egg-shells, if no better material can bo
Etiquette in Germany.,
I am much interested iu the stern de
mands of Etiquette in Germany. I
write the word with a capital advisodly,
for it is a great power, ruling with un
questioned sway over a whole people,
from the kaiser down to the humblest
of his subjects. In this land the sofa is
par excellence the seat of honor, and to
omit offering its privilege to a guest of
any consequence soever is to write one's
self down ignorant of the usages of po
lite society. Personally I dislike to sit
upon a sofa, but words would not tempt
me to decline the honor in Germany,
and it is a cause of infinite self-gratula-tion
that I have not forgotten more than
once or twice to extend tho freedom of
our own sofa to distinguished visitors.
But a gentleman may not sit upon the
sofa; to take a seat there uninvited is
very presumptuous, to ask even an inti
mate acquaintance to place himself be
side her on that sacred resting-place
would be highly indecorous for a young
lady. I know not why. It is a' "cus
tom of the country." Another irrevoc
able edict forbids the carrying of parcels,
no matter how small, by a gentleman.
Under an immense pressure of necessity
a lady may take home in herown hands
a small purchase, or carry a book or a
roll of music to tho house of a friend,
though I rather think 6he takes also, in
doing so, a terrible social risk. And
when my dress-maker comes to try ou
a little walking jacket, a "small boy
must needs walk behind bearing tho
garment on his arm. An omcercannot.
under any circumstances, carry any
thing when in uniform. This is a law
compared to which the code of tho Mod
es ami Persians was weak nnd flexible.
Herr Capitain can resign from the army
or sell out, but he may not join me iu
tho street nnd offer to relieve me of the
little package of paper and envelopes
that I'm currying home. Cor. i'hitadcl
Slight pain in the side, the skin and eyes
assume a thick yellow coat, digestion is
impaired, an unpleasant sinking sensation
at the pit of the stomach is experienced,-
tho bowels are irregular, the miud frctlul
the memory weakened, sometimes a slight
cough, cojdners 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 what it is. Take Simmons Liver
Regulator, it will remove all theso feelings
and make you well.
Wiien the fountains of life aro not cor
rupted and embittered by suffering; when
tho functions of womanhood aro strictly
normal, woman life is lik music, with no
discord to jir 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
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A Couffli. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jNegleet frequentl re
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrjps
and balsams, but act directly on the lnllam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, l oughs, Catarrh, anil
the Throt Troubles which Singers am
Public Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
rccommeuded by physicians, and nlway
Hive perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide aud constant use for nearly
an entiiy generation, they havo attaiuei
well-meriled rank among tho few stapl
remedies of tho age. Sold at 2.) cents
Bucklpu's Arnica Salve
Tho B,'8t Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilhoum, Fever
Sores. Tetter. C laimed Hands. Chilblains.
Corns, a'nd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to invo per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Gko. E
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher
for all skin diseases, tetter,salt rheum, itch
etc. It never fails.
Dit. Kline's Gum at Nkhvu IIkstoukii is
tho marvel of tho ago for all ucrvo diseases
All fits slopped tree. Bund to 031 Arc
street, Philadolpia, Pa,
Cash WU Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
Is ofteu foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A bottle of Ho.odont. how
ever, is woith its weight in gold to anyone
trouuieu with poor teeth, and its pneo is
cash well spent by the purchaser. Though
it win not mako tho teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at the rapid im
provement it effects in tho dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, and have
lealthy gums and ruddy lips
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic llelts and Electric Applicanco on
trial lor thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc afflicted with Nervous Debility,
jost Vitality aed Manhood, ami kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health mid manly vigor. Ad-
Iress us above, N. Ji No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Now and complete II tut, froutln on l,ev.
Hccoud und Ituilroad Street,
Tb Pa-'encer Depot of the. Chicaso, St. Luiiia
bij'" jew Orleiiua: IlliuulB Cuutrul; YYaha-h, sl.
nula and I'aeltic: lion Mountain Hnd Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; lain aud St. Lmna Uuiih
art) all Jiint acroca the Kireet; while the ytouiiitioui
aunnrji is eat one aauans uiaiudi.
Tin Hole! is heated hy ateum, ha Mean:
aundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Elei trie l ull lleile
Automatic Klru-Alarma, Datha, absolutely pine or
riectKewerai;!! and complete appointment
VSutierh fiirniKhinif : UurfecL aervlcu: ami au uu
AGENT FOR TIIH BALK UP
Baxtrk steam enoinK
Colt's Disc Engine.
and Marine Engines
FNblXES A SPECIALTY.
FAHM ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
STEAM IT HI'S
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
N'o.' 131, North Third Stroot,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTO US.
Olllcc of City Clerk, Oalro. 111. Sept. lUlli, 1HK-J.
Sealant pwiiiHal wl'l bo received al thin ullke,
directed t tho city council nf Ihu city of Cairo, up
to tlm tlmu ol meetlnn of silit council, Monday
uveiilnir, Heptmnebr SSth, )SS. fur fllliii, crailllii!
and linnrovhiR New I.eve.o ctreul. '1 he eHiinia'ed
am.iuut of eurU required will l about M.tfcM cubic
viiid. llids for Miiciiona of Ml) feot or more, will
lie received; l i hldx to he. ill no much per ruble
yard and work to ho done to Ihu ail infliction of t'tt
committee on Hireoi All proposala liiiint hu ac
companied llti a ud anil anOlcluut bond for
twlit) tho amount nf bid. Work to bo completed
within aixty day I mm Binning contract. Tho riht
to reluct auy anil all hula roporyed hv the city.
I). J. KOL.KY, t'liy Cicrk.
,I)R. KLINE'S GREAT
I NERVE KE8TORER
iDlsai'ra, Oni.v m.kk 01'nr. rim Ntllvi; Avric-
fur nil IlK'lN aNDIOlltta
Iaa ilirunteil. fiorStinftrr firittiliw't ua. 1-reAtiaa S
I'i trial bottle freo to l it Ciuu'i.tfii'.r payln-i eipraaa
ubarirnaun liui,when rvo-lvad. Hand nniiitia.r.O.aiid
niprmii aildrt-.a of aHllrtad tn lla.KI.lNK.IMl Arch
at..l'hila'U ," N. i(m.i;i. hrutir or Vuuiia.
Tlons.Kir5.Kril.El sv.Ui IM'M.I.IIII.K lllakn
tuf a k' n n 31 l i tm-m
.If kl in IB v ui 111 n 1
wxm -.....aia.i ia-nj y.
iKJElI2n,'.,!ia,,0"l,Jv" eurslbrsll Diacharirea.
StlnirlniMlniartliiB and Painful Benantiona of tha
81 O O psr tottlo. For aale by all driifr
1 ; r .g'at. or aant by Exnreaa on le
Vilijt'0'.Srj2A JOHN D. PARK SONS,
-v- uaw. iiaaHuwuia uua paper, w w w
Forialeby B.VHOLAY BROi, Cairo, III.
if . jr r r-r . E'. i i
fi u n.i-
11 K2 X-J1
NEW 90-p. BAND CATALOGUE FOB
1881 BENT FREE to any ad.lr,, 160 MlT
SILVER aul REED Imiruairiutu, together
with full iuatnifH. rial tfW fitmilriaa Hun. la fit.
Tlion d clonal fiction of lintrumcmta
TTT It a fit Jt vi m .
uu nuw to ptircnaM! term ror
rolil ora vhp.,u,.. .....i.i..- m. win-i
end if dinired, our Jianil and OrctwMra
i-Vi'kJ?4 P Ut"a popular munlc. Addreaa
THE KO0I i SONS MUSIC C0..CHILAG0.IU
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Mesara.Seabury & Johnson, Manuf&ctur
ins Chemists, 21 Piatt St, New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Publio prefer
Bon won 'a Curicine Porona Plawtwr to all
others. We consider them one of the very
fow reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
BotiHBn'H Capcino Plaater is a genuine
raxmaceuticul product, of the highest
order cf merit, aud bo recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies foil get Ben
son's Capcino Plaster.
Tou will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pods or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
at CRM KK.UEUY AT LAST. Price Sfteti).
M EAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS .v-l;
Wood, and illeonipietalrchanite the hlood in the en
tirecyMcm in three iiiontna. Any perann who will tak
1 lull en.-h Dish t from 1 to 13weo"may be restored
torfntind health, if mirh athinffbepnaaililn. buhl ev
erywhere, or went by mail for H letter atnmpa. 1. ft.
JouhtsuN ik Co., liuatun, Maua., formerly liaugor, Me.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rirular (Ji'n.lnte of two medical
Coih tri ". linn been louver enquired In the Irent
Ue'iit of ( 'hroiiio. Nervoua, skiu 11ml
Hl.io.l IHtraxM than nnv other lhyileliiii In
St. I .on l-i, us city papers show iiimI all old rest.
denn know. ( om-iiIi;iIimi nt o III ir hv m il I,
Hi e .iiid Invited. A Irieiidlv talk or his opinion
costs ihiiIiIiik. When 11 lsIiieoiii nli.nttolBt
the eitv I'or treiitineiit. inedlclne call lie sent
by mull or expi es evervwliere. Curahle i a-es
fuur.'iiite.'d ; win re iln'ubt exists II 1 iriiukly
timed. Cull or Write. .
y-rvrnn Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical VcaknTS3, Mercurial and other
atl'ectiw.j n iroat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poiaoninar, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cp,aes from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is Self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to aeliisn ofeae attain
i:i'eat skill, and phynli'liuiH In reuiilar praet Ico
all over the countrv knowing thin, freipieully
riconimeiid eases lei lie oldest olllce iu America,
where every known appliance resorted to,
and the pioveil i-ril it'iuodieH of nil
Hites and eoiintrles ale uaed. A w hole house In
used lor olllce purposes, nnd nil arelreuled with
skill In n respectful manner; and, kuowluif
w hat to do. no experl nients are made. On nc.
roiint of the K'cnt number applylnir, the
ehatires are kept low. often lower than li
demanded by others If you secure the skl'l
nnd irct a speedy and perfect lit. cure, that la
the Important mailer, i'uiuplilt I, M pa Ken,
cent to any uddreaa free.
plmes. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Klecant cloth and frilt hlndlnir. Sealed for K)
eenis In postage or i nrrency. Over II fly won
derful pen pictures, true to life , arlli'lcson tho
follow Iiik siibjeels . Who limy marry, who not;
li 1 I'roper Hve Inmarrv. ' Who marry llrst,
.luuhooil, Wiftuniiboiid. Phvsleiil decay. Who
dioiild leart'V. Mow life and happiness may I111
lorn .1 -r., 'I'hnso inarrlcil or coiileuillatliit
luarri 1 11 if should read 11. It initio to lie rend
hv all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. l'o hi I ;i r edit bin, Milne lis above, hut paper
cover and i'M pages, & ceuu by Uiall, ill UlouuV
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NKW ADVKUTI8K WENT.
810 to $20,000
Inlil(ltlmatojiidlclniuapocnlatlonln Grain, Pro
viHlona and htockaon our perfected plan, yield
iiipi, nwitithlw i,...mi. ... 1 ... ... . ,r , '
. 1;; ioikb aim uniaii investors.
AddreH fir full partlcnlara. It K Kundall A Co,
Coin n Murchauta, 177 & nil La Halle at, Chicago 111
Medical Students, Ssrs
foil, addrea tho Dean of th.i Ainurcu Medlr.al
Colleire, ht. I.uui. (ioo C, l'it,ur, M. l.,lili
L'l:aiiihern street, .-t. L011U, Mo.
YOITVfJ WVX Hyou wantto uaruTcleiria
AVLi.ij iiiuii phy Ina fow moutha, and tn
certain t.r a alliiailou, uddre Valentine liroiher
Jauocville, w Ir,
A DVE'tTISKUS hyadilru -rtlm; (JKO, p. ROW
EL1. CO , in Spr ,cu mrcet, .New York, can
luarn the . xact coat of any propocul line of adver
tijilnif In American newnpapere. f- li,0-oBi;a
paiiiplilet.-ilc. v V k
Contaitilnir both vurMnn of Ihu NEW TESTA
V KM. W o niiike im extra charuo for tho addl-
llr'h'i'tFi no Albums
KLEtiAN I' PESKJNS JIaiulsoniflltouml
Our itih'e contain j, mi pai.-ea, j.no llitistra
tlotiH. txtra liidin rmenta tillered to Kneriretic
A(ent. Ullielraleil ( aialot'iie ent on lipplleation.
A.J . Holniau Si Co., 13.-S Arch ht., l'lill idtdphla.
Aiutlillin lit lliu world euuul iu 11 1.1.
Tmn ol Hor.jlula. riniilci, Holla, Tt'tu-r. Hid H.irea,
liora Kjrm, Mercurial Diitas, (:atnrrti loaa of
Aiprllitf, rt'uial UimpUliits, and an HI004
tlllfa.ua. It Hirer fulla. All trus'H'i.L and
' country atiim kurivra aril It. H. K. Mi-ltera
ii to., Pnii, PltLi.iinfh. 011 rverv Nittla.
riiorosAis for cosstuuction cfmocsd
CITY, ILL., CEMETEKi HO.VDWAY.
('lllco.t)f National Cetnetnrfe,
WasiiisoTon, l C, hiipaumhur nth, 1HM.
SKALK 1 l'KOl'OSALS, In triplicate, with a
cup. ol this advertisement Hitachcil to each, will
be received at ibis i.fllco until .Monday, September
ifSth, lfs:4, fur tha c nstru. Hon 111 11 road to tho
Naliotial Cemeteiv ut Moil dClt . , III., and nllin
me d tch to tin- top of tho leveo wh cli rurroiiuda
Huantltiea estimated us rnllow: Earth work
lor road, sn.tMl cubic Yards1 Ka th work for dllch,
'jn,iKi cubic yiirils; (iruvul for road, 6,tiil cubic
Hlddera will -lute prku per cubic vard for the
eartn work and for tliettravti! ; the latter to he de
livered, pnatl and rolled hy the cont actor. A
plan aud protlKi of the road may hv reeii at iho of
tlrc of the iupurint!iiileut ot tho Mo mid City Cem
I'tcry I'mposa'. shmi'd lm cmtoraed: "l'n.posa! for
ceiisiiuction of Mound t Ity l eim tery road," and
adiirersed to the under'lirncd. '1 ney will be. opened
In tin oill' e at noon on thednte. alH.v atnt.-d whea
hiddcrs aro Invited to ho preaei.t. H N. BV'l'Cll
Kl.HI'.K, lleputy Q. M.on.,lii chaiiu of Nation
al Ceiiieteriea . dht
Pr.NNS'.LVANlA M,lit.cry ACADEMY
fi'iKaTKi;. Llat yeir opctm September l:)th.
;New ItulldlMC". Superior Hcrnnnitodiitlona.
Appoitiimetits c.niph-te. h'.n;lib, Colhlaio,
Cnenrcil, civil Ku'.'ine.rli'i; Co rses. Denraia
Cnlilerred. Apply to W. I. Hullldav. Kaui., patron
Calm, l.l., or t, COL.. TUKO. HYATT, West.
thu Milt mil
CIiiIh, ulb rKtlie surest meitnsof miikinu; nvulur monthly
jin.iiisiri.nl luvoHiiucniHoi iinof inuuor inoraiteaiinitin
6R A1N . PROVISIQKS & STOCKS
K.wb nietnU'r eets the lieni-rn ol i-. .'..hmcsl mpiml of the
Club. 10 to Inn per ei'iit. Ii.vhlen.ls imid monthly, lle
porUol os'mi Ions sent eii. b 11 M ini T. bluiies 1 0 eai.'h,
redeem dile, ti.mii-i'wil'le, inrleiMlile, A reliable eor
resivinilent wiiiiie-l In evi ry U!i. Bn'.-inl iiiiliH-eineiits.
Explanalorvt'.ri'Mi.ir.eiit fris'. Aihi-i -s II, li. KtNiAU.
VCo., 177 il 1711 LiiSii.lebuClUC.U.O, ILL.
Or EVER? KIND CHEAPES THAN ETEB.
Rifles, Shot t.uns, r.evolvei s, Allllllllnllion,
1 isliinic l uekle. Seines, Nets. Kliivoa,
Itiuors, sl.ntoN, ll.'iiiiiiioeka, Pie.
I.nrfeo llaistrnt.-il Cniiuofue I'UF.K.
J clcl i-coa
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
a WW aai-a
WANTED I Liulieannd flentlomcn, toenfrapa
with us to Hell severnl I'sefnl lloiinehold
Articles. I'riiflta lurjfn Lu'.ior la Harht.
KxcloMvo torrltory irlvtn. No competition.
Tortus ltbeml. Clrciilnrs FKliR. Address
lleitltl Mauufact'K to., Ilux NW, rittsbur(th, Ps.
Swetl ish Insoct Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thoroth'hlv Prfornilllttln Rnor-h e An to.
Betl 1I;ik, Fleas, Lire,Tolmvo umlCottonWoraia,
Moth, etc. It Is aiifi;, niro, clouiily and cheap, it
will not poison animals or fow ls. Htunple pack,
nu'es by mull 30 cunts, pnst piild. Ptampa Oiken.
Clrculiir fn o. Aoiit AViinlfil. Addreag,
J. H. JOHNSTON, PitUburgh, Pa.
llllof all kinds for sale very cheap.
I If I Catalogues free. Ailiireas, RICHARD
1 1 1 HULL I CO. Box 808, ntbburgh, pa.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric ApDllancei are lent on 30 Oavi1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUMQ OR OLD.
WHO r amrerlni from Nanvntta DttmuTV,
Lost Vitality, I.acu or Nmtvs Kom- tun
Vioob, WAariKO Wkaknussks. and all thone disease
of a I'Rimosti, NAirtiH ivsnlliiK from Aaraaa and
OTIIKK t'ACSKs. Hp..eilv reOer nil I eompletu resto
ration of H K 4 1 ,T 1 1 . iiioaaud Mamio inui'.aASTKKn.
The grandest discovery of Ilia Nineteenth Century.
Hend in i.ncu lor lllu-t 1 ote.l I'liniphletfrva. Aiblruaa
VOITAIO BUT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
YOl'K CAPITA L.
Tlioa cloilribu to niiilin inoney
(Mi a i.l; uu 1 in.- liiiti investment,
in 1:1 1. ii. poisi iia it ip I atiM'k
HlO't'lll.lllll v CMIl ll.lS.l by o'er
iiMrni on ioicpiuii. I'toiu May ut,
? "l, to tie. I lilo llt, lllltn. oil ill"
V st.in-.pl,. of 0.pu to 1 ,0011, cast!
i.- dl' 1 :.v in"ii r'.'iilt.'.fil and
I'll! It , ' 1 ni 11 01 nt vinu lo
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V1.1t ii" . 1., 11. in iii' iie;,- or puv
Hbhi 111 lU'iiiionl. ';'i'li,itory eic
cul w a uiis, in. ,tciui,iii of IiimI W
ill free, V.'v v,.lit (ntsuisiWo
lu'eiiU, who w ii! n sul oil eropa
and liiliiHbiii" tb'i pbui MUriu .
roiiiin.M if v Id .Address,
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