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MEN WOMEN AND DOCKS.
EDITED IN THK INTEKKHT OK THE CAIIIO
Mr. Edward Egi!(;ston will contribute
to tho November CVntury tliu first of a
ncrk'Hof illustrated articles on ' Life in the
TliirtiMiu Colonic." Anions' the most in
t(;r'stin ; of tho illustrations will Iju pro
duction, from t lie origin tl in the British
Muscmirof the drawings of the Indians
which w is in nit lor S.r Walter H ileifjli in
Mrs. Burnett, tho Waahinirtoa novelist,
was observed not lontr hj$, aiyg t New
York TnlMi'i.i "to bt vxplnrin all pirU of
the cipit il us though she were a stranr
in tliD city and wished to take it all in."
On bum,' asked ly a friend tho meaning
an 1 dlij.'ct of her guest bIio replied tha;
Khew "lookini,' for a house for Mrs.
Sylvester." Io lire M:an:li oho manifested
an eiiiiiestm si worthy of miexe.-s, bo thit
rea lersof ' O.io Adin'uistratlsm" nny Hife
ly retjird the charming widow's home us
the counterpart of a veritable one in tho
''City of Magnificent Distances.''
American artists mint real wi'h consid
eration, sttisfarthm the highly flittering
criticisms which have been pm.-.ed of la's
by the bust French critical journals on the
process aud present condition of .ur art.
At one time, not very long ago, tlr: United
State win regarded as seiui-baibtrous by
Europeans, hh that we could produce
paintings of merit was not dreamt of.
To-day the exhibits by Amxricms iu the
last St'on a-j r",'irlel, ii ! only with
curiosity, but h ive commanded respectful
atteution from the connoisseurs of Paris, a
city that is conceded to represent more good
modern art than any other of the old
world. Art Enterchansie.
SERVANTS AND IIOt EIK'I.D ECONOMY.
The servant question is becoming one of
the most puzzling practical problems of
the day. Any honest effort to correct the
absurd assumption so common in our lower
classes, to teach them the true dignity ot
work and to train them in habits of in
dustiy and cleanliness and intelligent labor,
should meet with the fullest sympathy.
No movement of the present day, in the
wtiy of education, promises more than that
inaugurated by Miss Emily Huntington
five years ago. The experiment first tried
in 1877 has grown into a complete system
under the care of "The Krchen Garden
Association." The primary idei of the
association is the establishment of schools
and clas-es on the principle of the Kinder
garten, where all the games shall be
turned into practical account. The method
is natural way a judicious inot'n r would
choose to leach her own little children at
home, only organized and adapted to the
poor little creatures who have no homes or
worse than none. It is eay to see that
this (raining is equally valuable to women
who are to become wives and mothers and
Lave their owt work to do, and that it may
bo of the greatest va'uo as well to those
who shall have establishments ot their
own wi'.h servants to control. No woman
can direct her household so well as one
who kno'.vs nil tho details of the work to
be performed under her order.. For this
roason classes of children in the higher
walks of life have been lormed, and are
fully and delightfully attended. The as
Bocialiou was lormed in 1830. At the end
of the year a printed report w as issued
irom which it appears that nine hundred
and ninety children were instructed in
New York alone. Classes had already
been established in Philadelphia, Boston,
Brooklyn, St. Louis and Cincinnati as well
&a in tho colored institute at Hampton, Va.
England is waking up to the importance of
the monument, and the idea has even been
carried to Bombay by n converted Brahmin
who hopes to help his country women by
introducing among them a modified system
adopted to their needs.
DEMOCUATIC PARTY AND PRO
HIBITION. Men not past middle ago remember what
is easily learned from the political history
of the country concerning the battles fonght
by tho Democratic Party against the Pro
hibition and tho Know Nothing Party,
which united with the 'anti slavery party
in 1850, and lormed at Philadelphia tho
organization called tho Republican Party.
Since the final destruction of Slavery, tho
main element, which gave vitality to that
party has no longer existed, and is gradu
ally developing in tho Prohibition Party.
Indeed it is bo apparent that all, who aro
are not blind to passing political events,
clearly seo that whonovcr tho Republican
Party has, or thinks it has, ' impregnablo
majorities, then itbouomci the Prohibition
Party. As Instance, wo mention tho Pro
hibition Laws of Maine, of Kansas, and of
Iowa. But we havo proofs nearer homo.
In every Senatorial District in Illinois,
when there is supposed tobn an unchange
able Republican majority, the Republican
Candidates in some form bavo proclaimed
themselves to bo in favor of prohibition.
Even in tho adjoining district, that model
of temperance and Bobrlety, Mr. 1). Ilogan,
tho Republican Candidate for tho Senate,
lias found it necessary to publish a card in
which ho proclaims himself to be in favor
of submitting to vote a prohibition amend
ment to tho Constitution. In Johnson
Comity the Republican Candidates for
County offices have announced themselves
in favor of prohibiting tho manufacture
and sale of vinous, spirituous and malt
liquors. All over the northern part of the
Stato tho anti-democratic Candidates for
both Winches of the Legislature aro
avowed prohibitionists. And so after a
lapse of more than twenty-rive years tho
skin of the political animal is being
changed, and it is fast becoming the Pro.
bibitionPnrty which tho Democracy will
have to meet.
In this senatorial district, composed of
Alexander, Jacksr.n and Union counties,
the Prohibition Party sets up for itself
under tho guide and counsel ot
leaders of the Republican- party;
and it has nominated as its candidate
for the legislature, Mr. Thomas M. Lo ;an,
formerly a Democrat, and a brother of that
other Logan who was also formerly a
democrat, and is now a Republican Senator
and Candidate lor the United States senate.
(Mr. Thomas M. Logan is now it Diet
Springs and, lately drinking the tepid
water-, may be sober enough to accept the
nomination when ho heirs of it). No
democrat will bo deceived or led astny by
the nomination of the former democrat,
Mr. Thomas M. Logan, by the Prohibi
tion Party at Murphysboro on Wednesday.
The avowed purpose of this prohibition
nomination is to defeat Hon. D. T. Line
gar. But the purpose will signally
fail. Upon the great questions of lessen
ing taxation and placing proper restraints
upon railroads and other monnpolis, Mr.
Linegar is a great leader among tho peo
ple. His sound judgment as a lawyer, his
experience as a legislator, and his fearless
defence of popular rights, render him a
most valuable servant of tho people, and
the people will see to it that no amount of
political juggling shall keep him out of
the next Legislature. "Eternal vigilance
is the price of liberty;" and tho insidious
effort that is being made to defeat Mr.
Linegar under the guise of "prohibition"
will warn the people that there is some
thing deeper than "prohibition" that is
seeking to compass his defeat.
The thoughtless men who adopted tho
resolution in the ilurphysboro Prohibition
Convention, represent the 6'ime narrow
spirits of bigotry, which enactod the "Blue
Laws" of Connecticut, aul which, within
the past twenty years, imprisoned demo
crats for the exercise of free speech and
suppressed newsppers and trampled
on the freedom of the Press. The Murphys
loro Prohibition Convention adopted a
resolution, that is tho reverse f true
democricy and of the teachings of demo
cratic party: It reads as follows:
Resolved. That we are uncompromisingly
in favor of the prohibition of the importa
tation, exportation, manufacture, sale ond
supply of all alcoholic beverages; the pro
hioition of all taxation, license, regulation
or legal s inction in any form of these or
other public crimes.
Men who publicly resolve so wildly will
not find much following from tho Demo
cratic party. Their proper recnuting
ground is elsewhere. Mm who denounco
the "importation, exportation, manufactnre,
sale and supply of alcoholic beverages" as
crimes, aro ignorant of the first principles
of government and of law, and are giving
expression to sentiments, injurious to the
trade and commerce and agriculture of the
country and which, if carried to their
logical conclusions, would destroy those
fundamental rights of personal liberty and
private conscience, for which our forefathers
fought at Bunker Hill and at Yorktown.
If you may properly legislate concerning
what beverage a man shall drink, you may
properly legislate concerning what food he
shall take for the body or for tho mind; if
you may, by law, prohibit tho manufacture
of corn into whisky, or of grapes into wine,
or of hops nnd malt into boor, you may,
by law, prohibit the manufacture of books
containing Calvin's sermons, or tho Pope's
pastoral letters, or Bob Ingersoll's lectures.
It depends only on 'ho quality and extent
of your bigotry.
In a short synopsis of .a speech very re
ccntly made by Senator Vest, of Missouri,
wo find tho sollowing very pertinent re
marks: Ho opposed prohibition becauso it was
AN ISKIlI.N0E.MEST OK PERSONAL LIBERTY
AND I'EltHONAL FHKEDOM.
If tho leslre was to do away with saloons,
and especially saloons ot the worst class, ho
would go with such an effort to tho largest
extent. Intemperance comes in nine cases
out of ten from poverty, wretchedness and
misery. Intemperance frequently attacks
tho wealthy, the talented, tho yreat, but if
you want to seo tho domain in which in
temperance revols sublime go to the haunts
of poverty whore insufllcient food and in
sufficient clothing make life a burden and
make alcohol a temporary door to an
clysiutn of imaginative bliss.
THE KEMEDY F011 THE EVIL
is not in cocercion ; no man was ever made
a moral man by force of law. The domain
for moralists is in tho human heart. It
comes from persuasion the gentle voice of
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21,
woman, tho tono of wife, of mother, of
homo, of God. To-day in tho stato ot
Missouri there is a law which virtually
amounts to local option. No saloon-keeper
In any block in any town or city or village,
no saloon-keeper in any municipal town
ship can receive a license from tho county
court till in tho first place ho brings to tho
county court a majority of the tax payers
of tho block or tho township asking that a
license be granted. In addition to that
ho must givo bond to keep an orderly
house, and not a nuisance to tho public.
The Early Bird.
Most merchants want their clerks to
get. down to their work as curly us pos-.
Bible, but that is not the kind of busi
ness man old Tennyson, of Austin, is.
He sleeps in his store, nnd its business
is not very brisk, Jie docs not euro to bo
disturbed by his clerks coining to tho
store too early. A few mornings ago
ho was disturbed by one of tho clerks
coming to tho store at half jmt seven.
"What do you mean by getting down
to the store at this hour of the morningr"
Why are you not in your bed and
asleep?" said the old man, nngrily, as
he opened tho store door in his night
gown. "I am very sorry," said tho clerk,
"thatlcamo'down so early, but the truth
is, I was at a ball last night, and it was
so early w hen I left that I thought I
would not go to bed at all."
"That's a poor excuse, sir. Hereafter
you must get hero Liter than this, or
I'll discharge you. If one ball is not
enough to keep you up until a late
hour of tho morning, then go to two
balls, so you will not get here too early
"Queer old coon." muttered the clerk,
as be strolled olfuntil it got late enough
to suit his principal. Business, we may
remark incidentally, once more is a lit
tle slow in Austin just now. Texas Sil
Slight pain in the side, the skin and eyes
assume a thick yellow coat, digestion is
impaired, an unpleasant sinking sensation
at tho 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 fhe
head, blurring before the eyes, depressed
spirits, bad breadth, feeling of uncertainty
of having kft something undone but can't
tell what it is. Tako Simmons Liver
Regulator, it will remove all these feelings
and make you well.
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Borden, Selleck & Co.. airents.
St. Louis, Mo.
A. M. Doyle, of Columbus, Ga., say
that from exp Hence he knows "Sellers
Liver Pills" to be the best in use.
A medicine of real merit, prescribed by
many leading physicians, and universally
recommended by those who have used it
as a true tonice i3 Brown's Iron Bitters.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true 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. Wx know whereof we speak, and
can readily s-.y. ijive them a trial. Sob at
fifty cenis'a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
f in e of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection of ihe Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial boitle of Dr. King's
New Discowry for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a Tegular
dollar size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
It does 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 Malt Bitters. People who have bo
come discouraged should resort to this new
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suTlleriiig and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? 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 if, there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not toll you
at once that it will regulate tho 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, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
When tho fountains of life are not cor
rupted and embittered by suffering; when
tho functions of womanhood are strictly
normal, woman life is liko music, with no
discord to jar herdelicato sensibilities and
break tho vital nnd organic harmony.
But ninny who suffer from vital and func
tional disorders have found immediate re
lief nnd a permanent euro by using Mrs.
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
Tho Best Salvo in tho 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 givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For salo by Geo. E
Nothing liko "Lindscy's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter,salt rheum, itch,
otc. It never fails.
Dk. Kline's Ghkat Neuvb Restoukr is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Scud to 031 Arch
street, Phiiadolpia, Pa.
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. SAFF0RD
W. II. MOORE, Mastor.
From "cptemW Mh until further notice
mane trips an fallows:
I.eavcesCairoat7:30a. ra.,U:0Oa.m. and 4:S0
Leaven Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. m.. 1:30 p. m. and
8:W p. m.
Can ha engaged for excursions any evening aficr
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iQa2 STATES.
On and after Monday, July 21. and until further
Dotic.tha ferryboat fhrea States will run an near
as possible ou tue following time table.'
IAT1S LMAYt LIATIS
foot Fourth tt. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:30 a.m. 7:n0a. m. 7:30 a. iu."
8:30 " A:no (imo
10:30 H:0i " u;;io
1:00 p.m. 2:30p. ra. 3:00 . m.
Lev Leave Leavo
Foot Fourth it. Kontnrky Ld'g. HlssooH Land's.
4:00 p.m. 4::top. m. 0:10 pim.
On laU trip lcavlti KmitiKkv 1 andlim at 4 :30o'clork
p. ra., tho boat ivil an t ) Birds Point, mnklnir cou
nectlonwlthT A St. I, pan.engur train for Cairo.
First trip at :; a. in. Icadnu Onlro. Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND
HENRT E. TAYLOR M Master
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Padacah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p ra. Ruturu
lng. L.-a?eaCalroat4p. m. Mound. City at 6p.m.
fLOCJ KUALN AND JLU
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Htebest Cash Price Paid for Wheat..
QEORGE II. LEA.Cn, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic trout
ment of Buri?icul diseases, and diaeaeus of women
Oirtce: on lllh atroet, opposite tho Poet Odlce,
W. C. JOCTLYN,
UFKIt'B-RltfMU Street,. nt-nrPiuni err-in' v'.o,
JR. K W. WUITLOCK,
Orrioi No. 13S Commercial Avenne, between
Kchth and Ninth htrr-u
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Ciilro. Illinois.
71 OUlO LBVKK.
A General Banking: business
Tiros. v. iiaijIudav.
JHTBUrRISK SAVING DANE.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of uo
intrinsic valuo. A bottle of Sozodont, how
ever, is woith its weight in gold to anyono
troubled with poor teeth, and its price is
cash well spent by tho purchaser. Though
it will not make 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
healthy gums and ruddy lips
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyo's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who aro afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality nnd Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. Ii. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
A New ana complete H'ltel, fronting ou Love
Second and Railroad Street,
Paioenaer D pot of the Chlcs 'o, St.
hu' .ew Orleium: Illinoio Central; iValiaih. St.
Liiulu and I'acluc; hon iloiilitaiti and Southern,
Mulrli' cud Ohio; air i anil M. Linux Huiiwtivt
are all Just arron the utreet; while the Steamboat
Landltii; i hut one tejnare distant,
Thie Hotel In heated uy ateam, baa iteam
Linindrj. llvdraullc. Klevator, KlectrU- Call Bell
Automatic Flre-Alarms. Hat hi", absolutely l ure air
perlurlntwernue and complete appointment.
nuuerh turMHhlna; purled nervice; and an nn
I... T. PARK Kli Ac rtn.Jjr'KUPMi
3 " r
AOENT FOB THE KAt.I OF
Baxter steam knu in K
Lou iDioc ungine
anil Marino Engines
KXfilXEK A SPECIALTY.
FA11.M EN (JIM iiS, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL K I X I S, BKLT1XU,
Pulleys and General SunjdU's.
No. L'll, North Third Street,
rillLADBI.l'lll N I'A
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ollloe of City Clerk, '''alro. III. Sept. lilh, 1SSJ.
S nlii't propo mh wl I be received at t U olhYe,
dlrec-ted t I lie city council of the city of Cairo, up
to th time ol meetlm? ot puiri council, .Monday
eveiilne, Septemebr i'dh, ihH!, for llMlnif, uradliiK
ami Imorovltnr sew Levee Mreut. '1 ho i-atlina'utl
am uut of ear'.h required will be about 10,0 Ml ctlblo
yard, llldi. for c:iona of W) I feet, or more will
no received ; al i blda lo be at no much per ruble
yuril and work to be dono to the iliKfnctl.'ti of t!i
cmtnltree on rtreata. AH propoaala nnmt be ac
compunied lth a Kood and antllelunt bond lor
twice the amount of bid. Work to bo com plated
within eixty iI ivh from kIkuIiik cont' act. The rlithl
to reluct any and all bids ronerved hv the city.
I). J. FObKY. Cliy Cierk.
, DR. KLINL'S GREAT
l"r ull IIKAI.1 iNDNll'B
IDimikxh. Only miik ri hk nH NrKv Arrito
rii)H.h'ir. ln trr,w INFAI.I.I11I.K Iflakta
Iu dlraoti-il. A'fVn''Ttrti(iiv'ui. Truatiie
it trial buttl. fr.a to Kit Cuti.lUy .nln punrau
,lirnuii liui.wlitn rro.lv.il. Mrml ninr,r.ll mij
,..,ir.. .l,lr,... c,f .ttllclfrt In IjH.KI.INl..!i:il Arch
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INJKOT10W. la anoattlv cura ftirall D(., hr
BtlnKl'iR, BinarllLu and PolurUl tiiaatjona oftba
Ot I n ft par bottla. Wot anla br all dm v
T irlata, or aant by Bxnraaa on rt-
. i ,,r ihirv n tint A unit
v- ifoano 177 Byrraor Bl. UIHUIHIIAIL
Vm' OHIO. Plaaaa manUon Uda papar. A
For tale by BARCLAY BROS., Cairo, IU.
i iri . i . j. - " j . - -
$10 ' to $20,000
!? !'7,H,1,.toJ,,rt1,c,0,''PecnUtlonln Grain, Pro-
.... nriii:niara. 11, k KetlflHll A Co
Com'n Merchant, 177 & 171) La Halle at, Chicago III
. i ,? and fuU Infotma-
nui!r:oo mu I'l-aii in mo American
Colloite, St. Loui. (ieo C. I'ltzor, M.
Ctiambera atreet, it. Louix, Mo.
()1X(t fjFV I'yoawantto earnTeieifra
V, . . P,'. m a few month and b
certain of a altnation, address Valentine brothers.
JaDenvllle, V In. '
A DVKHTISERU hyadilreHlnff CEO. 1', ROW
"ELL 4 CO , ID Spruce atreet, N.-w York, can
lcaru the exact coat or any proposed lino of adver
tising in American uuwspapera. lyi'.O-Baua
pamphlut.-ic. r k
N K V A D V S UT I h H M t N TH .
liUiiJIAiN Family Bible.
Cnntaluinir both vendona or (he NEW TESTA
VENT. We mike no extra charge for tho addl-
KLEdtAX I' DESIGNS HamlsoinehHnuii'1
Our HlhleacontHlni, iki pnL'e. .fio' Ilittstra
tlonn. txtra IndiiremeLls ottered to Kncrftetio
Agetita. IlluHtrati-d ('aialogue sent on nppllrallon.
A.J . HolniHUit Co., Ivi.'J Arch St., rhllndelphl.
ourcor S roiiila, Hinpli. Itili, Au r, Old Hor-i,
Son Werouritl DUeaiei, ( atitrrb Uvttot
Apk t((H, tVmttie Complaint, tiifl U tflood
F'li.ct. U never mils. All tintuniaU md
country itiire kn'Mri nil If. . ht Wtn
A l o. rnnr, iMltahHrh, on evtr? hotlle.
PROPOSALS FOR COSSTRUCTION OFJfOCND
CITY, ILL., CEMETERY ROADWAY.
(lllee of National Cenif:tnrle,
Wasiiisoton, 1). ('., September Hth, lHi.
SEALK PROPOSALS, In triplicate, with a
cop. of thl' advert laemutit aitaclud to each, will
be receive .( ';,h ullloe until Monday. Stpiemher
jrlh, S;. i . the c iUHtrui tiou of a road to tho
National i ei.n ,,y at Mom d Cii -, 111., ami lllUmr
tne d tch t i tin. top of the levee wh ch utrroimda
(Jiuintltle estiimtted as followa: Earth work;
lor road. 3".0uu cubic vnrda- Ea ttt work lor dildi
Ji'.iKii) cubic yanlh; Uriivei for road. 5,i)n0 cubic
IlidderM will "lute price per cubic vard for tha
eattu work and for thegravel: the latter lo ho d
llvered, upread and rolled by the cont actor. A
plan and profile of the road may ba i-etn at the nf
llce of the superintendent of the Mound City Cem
etery proposal ehoulil ho endorsed: "Propoaala for
coucttnetion of Mound City Cemeterv nad." and
addressed to the undersigned. They will he opetied
In this ntllce at noon nu thudat ab"V stated when
bidders are Invited to he present. U N. BT0ll
KI.UKR, Deputy (fc. M. lien., In charge of Nation
al Ceinctetlea. dtit
PENXSVLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
rtHKcTKR. 31st jmr opens September 1:1th.
v'New Hutldlnirs. Superior a-commodntlona.
Appointment c.tnplete. Knullsii, ColliijUie,
Cunnncal, Civil Kiiifiue'rit'c; coirses. Deijroes
Cotilerre t. Apply to W. P. lLillidiiv. Esii., patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIIEO. HYATT, l'rest.
Cluli-. oilers the MireHtiiu-.iiiM of niukiiiK rtwilar monthly
6R AIN. PROVISBQNS & STOCKS
je h tneiiilKT net the iK-nelli of roiiihineil oitiitiil of the
Club. 10 lo inoimr cent. Invldenils tw.il moiuhlv. lte
x)rtaof iKmiionHsetiteie'h im-mUT. SIhuim loeoch,
niUvm iliii-, liiuiuw uMi, tniiixtirulile. A reliable enr.
riKainient watitinl In every tow n. P f -inl iiiilin enienta,
K.volimnt.irv C renlnrwiit. free. Ailon-n It. KKjindau.
liCo., 177 it 1Ij Sidle SuCRlCAtiO. III.
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPER THAU EVES.
Rifles, Shor Ouns.Ttevolvers, Ammunition,
FifliiiiB Turklo, Seines, NiU, Knives,
KiWors, Skates, Hummocks, etc.
Lur&e lllustiaiteii Cntnlofrue Fit EG.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladles and Gentlemen, toentmp
with us lo sell several I'seful Household
Article. I'roflta Inriro Ln'oor la llifht.
KxeluHlve territory Kiven. No competJUon.
Terms liis'ral. Clrculara KREH. Address
Hewitt Mauurart'it Co., Ilox tills, Pittsburgh, P.
Svrodist Iunoot Powder Kills
and mi mmmi vermin.
Tf Will thorOll'Thlv PVf.,-mtnt,f., P.i.,hU Art.a
IVmI I ii it". Plena, Lice, lohueeo ami t'ottnn Worms,
Moth, etc. It is Hite, mre, clieinly and t lieiip. It
will not polMin unlimilsor fowls. Satuplu pack
iiu'es by tniiil l cems, iKist-pnld. stumps taken.
Circiiliim lice. Agent Wnnteil. Addrtnj,
jJ. H. JOI.TNSlQ?7. PlttsburBh. Va.
jjRfs of all kind9 for salo vaary cheap.
SMSCtalcguesfroo. A.' dress, RlCHARO
3 1 8 HULL & Ca Box 868. l'ittburb-h. Pa.
1irl I... .in i
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliance are sent on 30 Djvj' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOU OR OLD,
Hi) are suirerlnir from Nanvors Picsti.iTT.
V Lost Vitality.
I.aik or Nssva Foara .sn
Viiiob, Wastinii Vkknkssks. KM.l nil IIhi.mIi.-,..
of a 1'r.HaoNAI, Nn lis r.'iillinj from Ami suit
utiisk Cai sks. Miu-eily relief mi I t',iinileta rmtii
rutkiiiuf ilKAi.ru.V ihoh mnl Mas mood hi asintksr.
The ifmnilit itlwovi'i-v of lh Nni.-i.nrh tVntnrr.
Bi nd ul imev lor llluntruUni I'limnhlat fre. AilitrwM
V01TAI0 BELT CO., MARSNALL, MICH.
Tlioa ileHirinu lit innUe money
on i all lino i mini tiivi sttiieiilit
l.i er-i'ii. pinvlsi na ami stts-k
sioenl.ilio . ciui ilnso lvoH'r
iitiiii on ten-1-1 mi. I'roin May 1st,
r.- 1 . tj ll' ineaiMit oato. nil 111-
v st'iioiiis o( Hii on tntl.iNMt, cash
I',- -Hi., ow l'- t leiiliii'd ami
M I t III vi-r ti ls ninoiitir'nM to
H'-veru. Ini'ini t nri'idnui invest
ineiit. xt.ll leiivhui the orii.'ltiul In
Vestnn i t iimHiiiM iiiini.y nr pay.
1 1 1 I ou deumiid, lCt'ianiit"rv eir
Culiua tin, i i tiiti tneii i Innd W
a"iit fie. V muiit ifBiisllila)
nemtts, ho will reisirl mi crops)
noil Introduce th j I n 11. Mitral
r,i-iiom,daiaiu tmlt. Aililrrsa.
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