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THE DAILY CAIRO ljULLLTIN; THURSDAY MORNLVO, AUGUST 1G, 1883.
200 A YEAR
CAN HB SAVED
IN THE LIViX(J EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
hv the urn1 of Ih x MiilMis, Tho llnmlston Food
P'reservativr. ' H prt'i rvd Meat, Flub, Milk,
Creiini, Hgu. nod nil kinds of Animal Food f-esb
and wi t-1 lor Mvik. even In th.i hottest weather.
This can lie proved by thn testimonials of hun
dreds who have trld II. Vou ritn prove II for vour
self f, r Nicenta. V on will llud that this i an arti
cle, which will siivo you a great deal of money.
No Hpoilod Moat.
X 8t:tla Kj:ks,
II will kocp them frofh ar.d sweet for many day
and does uol impart the siliihl.'sl fo'rlfn taste to
the ajli?!i'tri'Hti't. II la so simple in operation
that a child r:m follow i hi-direc tions, is aa harm
less sn't and rtxtt onlv a frartltin of a cent to a
pound ol meat, llrh, Initu-r orclim'su or to it quart
of milk. ThlHlHim nil-Mini-; it l endorsed hy
such nmn ns Prof. Suin'l W. Johnson o( Valo Col
lege. Mild by niu'tflata and grocers. Sample
pound sent pio p'iid hy mall or express (as wo
prefer) ti rein-u.1 of price. Namu your express
nflleu. Vliiiiitlne limiiil fiirnn at; ocean Wave for
fish and Hei-tuml ; Snow Kluse for milk, butter and
chee-t-; Anil lVrment, Anti-Fly and Anil Mold, 5nc
per Hi. es-li. P'.-arl for cream; (juet-n lor eggs,
and Aci'ia Vitr t'nr 11 'M extracts, (fi per lb. each.
1'UH 1 1 L' II I STUN FOOD PRKSEKVl.NO CO.,
i Kllhy St ., Huston, Mass.
l'or sale by 7-Ji-difcwlni
Ak tli nwht i-mim-ut physician
Of iiny school, what is tins bust thing in
the world for quieting nnd ullnying all irri
t'ltiun of tin-' iK-rves mid c u r t n i; nil forms of
nervous complaints, giving natural, child
like refresh i ii ur sleep always?
An. I they will fell you. unhesitatingly
"Some form t Hops! '
Ask any or ail of the most eminent hy
Eicians: ''W'lint is the best and only remedy that
can be relied on to cure all diseases id the
kidneys aud urinary organs; such sa
Rrighl's disease, diabetes, retention or ina
bility to retain urine, and all the diseases
and ailments peculiar to Women,"
"Aud they will tell "you explicitly and
Ask the .same physicians.
"What' is the most reliable and purest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia; con
stipation, indiges'ion, biliousness, malarial
fever, amie, Ac," and they will tell you :
I Mandrake or Dandelion !''
Hence, when these remedies are combin
ed with others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Hitters, such
a wonderful and mysterious curative power
is developed which is so varied in its opera
tions that no disease or ill health can possi
bly exist or resist its power, and yet it is
IIirm!cs for the most (rail woman,
weakest invalid or smallest child to use.
"Almet dead or nearh dying"
For years, and fjiven up by physicians of
Rriglit's and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs called consump
tion, have been cured.
Women onc nearly crazy!
From agony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness and various diseases peculiar
People diawn out of shape from excruci
at'ns pangs of Hiieumatistu.
f Inllammatory and chronic, or suffering
Hall, rheum, lilo.id poisoning, dyspepsia. Indi
gostiun, and in (act iilmiist all diseases (rail
.Nnliire la heir to
Unve lieeii rured hy Ilcij) Hitt-rs, proof of which
Can he lotind In every neighborhood lu the known
JU1 CELEBRATED Ip
IIoi'ttei' tn.'nih Hitter", bv Inrrwising Titul
power, anil rclideriiig tin; plivt-li nl I u n ' 1 1 1 1 - reg
ular and IL ! i VH-, kli'J " II. e strt.-lil In good work
in tf order, a-.d i,mt-v'" II a.-nins' dis.-a-e. For
curia Inalio'i, i v t I - i t and liv-r complaint
lii.-rvi.usiii-M, I j.'.i.' y nir'l rtn-iimiit:i- ailuicuts. it is
ii.valna'ili'. and tt i,Snrd a cure d-fi-nee agaiusl
malarial levels. l..-.'d.-s r' Hiovini; all trace of
ail1 h ulai a'e Itota lh' aya tin.
Kor fa'.i; by i 1 Iirii-.'irl-la and fiei lera ifi'ne'aily.
AMONG THE LADIES
The liriiliant, fiiM-inalin
lints ji'(')iiiil(viou for which
latiics strive aro eliiplly arti
lici.il, ami all wlio will tako
llu'trotiblc may secure llicin.
'Jliese roseate, li(nitcliin;
li ties follow t lie use ol' 1 1 aganVs
Magnolia Ualm-ii delieate,
harmless and always reliable,
urtiiie. Sold hy all d moists.
Tlie iMagnoha lialm con
teals every hleniish, removes
Nallowness, Tan, lledtess,
llnijitions, all evidences ol'
excitement and every imper
i Its effects are immediate
and s natural that no human
hciiiij' oan detect its upplica
tion. Sttil o & Monrao SI'i..Chicarjo.
WtlM1d (tfrlll tnni.J- RilifrtH It'rlf
BAND CAT A'.OUUE, i
f tnttntimi hi ilf 1 nt-, llu,
't.rittn, t -it'p't, I'vi jnni
MtM. f-nioltf )inrt (hi tlit, Hfptlrlnf
it-fiWk f" Aii t1f h'.wl. Utti ft UhUluiW
v a m
The Daily IJullctin.
Give her lint a lenal pxena,, to hive me.
llowenn lhl iirni r-hihlh her iihove mo,
II fori line flved her lit, my Inily three,
TIht" h! ready lo eienmlly ivpnue ine'r
("Ui"l," ftild Kato, l hi' fin''1 ni
Hut "Oh," eried Iho tiiHnieii, Imidliltf her Irea
aea, " 'Tla en y a pnee lhat eniula nnaiin,
Cruinlil ini your IioiiiiiIh their messea,")
Is she w iniu-'i'd lo the re-euo id her Inmor,
Is she poor' hat eoais It to he fly led R
Merely nn eniiira to clenve, n aea'a to part.
Hut Unit Im-tune aliouM have thniat nil lliia
upon In r.
("Niiy, llt," Imde K'lle, the ql'eellj
And -till cried the mnnlni liindiiur ber tres-
" 'Tia only H patre Hint earola unseen,
Fitting your liuwks their Jeases.")
Tbo Tradition of Sc'p Taking,
A representative of a M:ii:ma pnper
mounted on n horse, ma lo a trip tutross
the main range of tlm K u ky .Muiin
lains, following nn old-fur otioii Indian
trail. At noon he stopped among tho
pines nn the siiinmit to ivi his pony
aud lunch. While thus riigagi'd his nt
tontion was attnteted ton solitary In rc
Dt.'in coming up the trail front the w est,
who, ou near approach, proved to be tin
old Indian. W In n ho came up he stop
ped and said "how!" ami on being
Invited to dismount, be did so slowly
and carefully. The old brave's form
was Unt with nge. His lung hair, unco
like the raven's wing, was now bleached
by the suns and stonni of perhaps a
century. His eves had In-l the bright
ness of youth. His step, uncertain and
slow, crave evidence that his journey of
life was drawing to a close.
He was asked to cat and did so with
avidity. The traveler asked him a few
questions and found that lie spoke Eng
lish well. On being ti-ked what tribe
he belonged to, he said he was a Mohi
can. Nearly 1U0 years ago, he said, his
tribe, numbering only about Mo in all,
removed from New Vork to west of the
great lakes. Some of them he still be
lieved to lie there. Soon after this,
while lie was still a small boy he was
stolen by a hostile; band of Western In
dians and had been with the British
frees for many years, and had been ad
vanced to the position of chief medicine
man. This he lilled until a few weeks
ago, when, by failing to stive the life of
a sick daughter, of one of the principal
chiefs, be was compelled, in order to
save his life, to leave the tribe. He was
now making his way Hast to the gntit
lakes, where he hoped to liud some
remnants of his people.
-The newspaper man had quite a loiio
and interesting talk with Oiowatse, a
he called himself, and among other
things asked him the purpose of the In
dians in scalping their cnein'e-, ami
where and how the custom originated,
fie replied that the custom had now
become one of revenge and hatred, but
that scalps at one time were only taken
after a bat lie to show how many ol
their number had been slain. A war
party, by comparing the number ol
their own warriors niis.-ing, could tell
which side was victorious in point of ex
ecution ou the foe. Tin"" origin of tin
custom, he said, was only explained b
tradition. The tradition is in suostatici
Hundreds of years ago perhaps thousands--when
the Indians were all oni
tribe :tnd under one great chief, a dis
pute arose in the tribe as to who shmilil
iieconic chief, the old chief having die.1
without leaving a son to stieci-cd him.
There were two principal aspirants fot
the chieftaincy, and each of them had a
strong following. The di-puti- endci1
in dividing' the tribe, and in war. Pre
vious to this time scalping was unknowi
ns t hi-re were no enemies to scalp, tin
land being occupied by only otic people.
I'eace was never made between tue two
factions. The chief of one side had a
beautiful daughter, and one of the lc:ii.
ing warriors was a suitor for her hand.
The chief, :is a condition to consent in;;
to giv" his (laughter to her warrioi
lover, required him to kill the chii f ol
the oppo-ing tribe (his :ih.',nii. rival
for the ehiett'iincy ) and bring him proo)
ol tin- act. The warrior aec-pini tin
condition. It was many long miles ti
the camp of the enemy, and the no
was deep, but he immediately set
ution his mission. Alter lying in wait
near the camp of tho inemy, tor da'.s,
and undergoing great sull'cring Irom n,,
extreme cold without having an oppor
tunity of earning nut his plan, he linal
ly. one night, boidly entered the camp,
waked into the great, chief's lodge,
sl'w him, and cutting oil his hi'. ad t
take back with him a:i oroof, -tailed U
return to his people. The next morn
ing the murder was di-eoyered. also thr
murderer's track, in th" snow ami drop'
of blood w bicii had faih'ii from I i.e chief
tain's head. Two hundivl warrior?
started in pur-tilt cf toe munleivr.
They .-ilnio-tovertook him. and h uli'
heat them on his trick. He was al:nol
tired out. and the dead chief's head wa?
growing heavy, yet he .-'.niggled or
with it v.'ir-iuga the ,'i,e.v and toe coid.
determined not to relinquish tint proof
which would win for him his bride. The
pur.-iiers pressed hm so at length that
lie threw away every weight bin his tro
phy. They finally gained on the w.-ary
brave so fa-.t lhat il seemed that hu
must either relinquish his prize or be
captured, which, of course, would be
death. Whipping out his rude knife
(it. Was before the time of steel knives,
nmong the Indians,) he hurredly stripped
oil' the sculp from the dead man's bead
and sped on. Thus lightened of his
load In- made his own camp in saCcjy,
The scabi was sullieient proof that lie
had fullilleil his mission, the old chief
no longer w ithheld his consent, and the
bright-eyed daughter of the forest be
came his own. Thus originated the
custom of scalping among the Ameri
can iniiiuns.--eit-(i, Muntuwt,) In.
"Aunty, dear, the young artist, Hen
Schmidt, again entreated me at the ball
lastevening. to lend him tnv photograph
which he says will be of inestimable
value to him in painting his new pic
ture, lb- promises lo return it as soon
as the piclure is liuhshi-d. May I irjVn
il,,,,lim,'' Aunt -'-Well, I' thiuTv it
will be all right if you inclose with it a
. picture of your mother or some other
elderly person; t N,,c yr pj,.,
alone to an nrtU's a:,. Her would be a
terrible breach of eliqiietle."--'iti nvn.
A Ptr.T uf.0, Loi.g Gleep,
Skilful medical men, deep thinkers,
and even the ps chologieally gifted have
ben called on for opinions, ns to what
nils Mr, Thomas V. I Matt, of Bridge
port, Conn., what tirst Induced his
drowsiness ami " hat has tended to hind
nnd keep him so long in n lethargic
slate, compared with which there is'iio
parallel in medical history. Whether it
was malaria, siin-strokeor tho two com
bined that induced bis present condition
or nut. certain it is that after last
Thanksgiving he kept himself aloof,
n mained most of the time within doors
and, three or four days before Christ
mas, sank into a deep" sleep in his bed.
continuing there till the latter part of
January, scarcely changing his position
or recognizing any person in attendance
aim not once rousing from his stupor.
Toward spring there was a slight
change in the sleeper, which was niaiu
fotcd by an inclination to move, but he
did not open his eyes, and during the
three months since his st-mi-uucoti-.scioiiMicss
set in has scarcely eaien
enough to siMain life. What influence
Kept life in hint is more than any one
can tell. With lengthening days he was
from time to time bolstered up in bed,
stdi with closed eyes and mouth sealed
against speech. 1L- expresses bv sound
or motion no evidence of sutl'crin", and
silence secined to indicate that his wish
w as simply to be let alone. Later he
was a-M,.d to a sitting position, hut
the kindest words of an nlVootioiiate
mother were uttered in vain in his ears
-those words fell as upon the ear of
on" totally bereft of reason. At lal
lie wa taken from tin- bed and his
cloi;,es put mi. Tins' was brought about
witu dili'culiy, and he was like one
wit it no life and no muscular po"cr. In
April he began to walk ttcmhiiugly at
lirsi, holding on to articles of furniture,
ami afterward he could stand and walk
alone No power of language however
resulted in the reply ef a s liable. As
da s came and went, he walked from his
bed to the rocker, and back again to the
bed, I lady, like an infant, he was
dn-s-rd and tin !ri.--ed. II, idences of
iv;u! n'ng -iii'ii-gtii bav- been marked
since in- arrival of warm w-atlicr, but
I'i'.-i-' n oti.y in par'. Hunger has sway.
co h in t" t-.n-n-r ti- call, and as if by
in -tin-: a w i:i - :,g.i Jit- .-centi- i the way
lo t!,c hoti-eh'-hl p.n'try. --me hoyMi
n: mory, it may bo, of tin- hid.ng place
of frosted cake and mince p'-giving the
cue .did direction, and he has since, tit
ncar'y lvguiar int-rvals, o-cillatcd be.
tween the chair and the cimboard
shciv-.o. In tr; h-dt his eyes have open
ed otiiy pat tuil.y, ati.l he ha- utt'-r-d in
voluntary wnrds only, and n-tie of
w bich i nii'd he understood 'T :iec-pted
as intelligent or w.tli a in-nivc Ki-ing
in tie' nn. ming afi-r.-h-eping -ouudly all
night l.c is rio'.v regularly t.ui :u;o his
g.li lin llts.
iqo ight pi
like a l"ihy, and "il ir.'o the
'Te il- llllMI-diatelv - llk.s o
lu la- chair he maintains an
il ' n. g-niiy leaning with tho
for support on tn- arm of a
c.iur, lii- -i
ail the while elos-il.
prompts he ri-cs, often
W Itll e cs W Holly siltlt, pt'ncieils lo tho
pan: ry, cat-, returns- to the chair, slps,
and wb-ii Tight comes, ditoo-s and
gni-; to sei p again. The period of hj-,
ii ii.ii'gv 'at t oi-,', ril ing co or- !ss,;iv-
v, ii ii no c i -l-woi'--,
Iri-iels i- at
c! coin- out
,'-' - .'
II - o CI
II hope on I
- lit that lie ina iiv- am
'l :l aiel he him
A Polirh f.r Fin- Camd W-;fk.
Half-pint J In I oil, half-pint of ,id
ale lii- Wiiitc of ;:i c.r.r, 1 i, spirit ,,j
in-. 1 -pints of sa i;..; w,di tv:k
,i ;o.'e i;-i'-g. A ill lit- lo be Ii j . i- 1 lo
!! '' !': "i ' tl lili-ll pad. and lig,.; ,
o--l f- " til lillle "f two oyer
an (' : .ton; I. which 11111-1 :,f;. ,.
w.i 1 I - c 1-1,1- i,-i -if w jtl, an old - ';
iiau : 1 -, .-1. 'J ni- w iii keep any i-l:."i
I 'i. it ' -I! e.iiki .j. 'J ii if poli-h ::
11 .' - - ic.-.'e cal.it'c-. work: ii ii
ai-o 1 " ni.,. iei -1 for '.ipier niaeiiu
A ( use not Beyond Help.
Iir. M. II IliicMidd. Keuuwue, 111., Bd vta-a ua
of a re.uarkilile cine of cnnaumptlon . lie aaya:
"A to i:-lil;our'a wile w-a nitackt'd with vlolciit
hoiL' dl-iaiae. and pniiiuiinct'd hcyond hulp from
oiiii-k I'i.i au'i'i thin. Asalaat reaort thu faiiulv
ttaa p.-r-nad.-d hi try t)K. VV .. II ALL'S HAl.SANt
M'UIIIK l.l'NhS, Tilths uatonlalimur.1 of a...
hy th" tinn -li tiHd ncd fine half dozen butt., ,,
ale aa aliinit tbn hona.; doinp br own work. I
i-.va her nt her ur.t and had no Idea ab could
Watson's Neuralgia King.
Thi ia ihii-of iho lirht rmfidlt- for NunrugU
ever invented. It in not a linlnii-nt, hut a men
cine 10 In: taken liio-nially, and curca by Komi;
rieht in the root ni lie: diaeaao. A lady whw h-d
tried many 1 1, ( -r thini;" without relief, tried Ncu-r-i
ir 1 1 Kneg. and w,a immedlatelv cured, rte
t'l.urant-,: It In all ci-.-a, when need iiccordiii(Mo
Foil Dyspepsia, Iriiiigestmn, Pejiressioa
of Spirits and (b-ru-nd Debility, in their
various lor ins; also us a preventive against
Fever and Ague, mid other Intermittent
Fevers. the "Feu o-l'hosporated Elixir of
CiUis'iya." lumle by Caswell, Hazard & Cc.,,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it bus no equal. (1)
Of the many remedies before tho public
for Nervous Debility ami weakness of
Nerve (ieiu rative System, there m nnno
(quid to Allen's HraitI Food, which prompt
ly Him iiciiiniieiuiy restores Ml loBt Vigor;
ii never nt'is. )fl pKg., 0 for At
si-.k ii woman in another column near
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sp-cr's Port (irapo wino m made,
lhat is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the us.- of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Tlnterprising locnl agents wanted in thin
town for an article that is sure to sell, livu
druggists and grocers preferred. Addrosn
Ilniniston Food Preservative Co., 72 Kilby
Jatms McDiiniels, 72:5 W. 22d st,, Chica
go, Ills., says: 'I Imve taken Hrown'd Iron
liitters, and find it the best blood purifier."
rT'i-e of (Tiargp.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Ili onchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection of the Throat mid Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay IW drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King'
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits ami nhow what a regular
dollar-size bottlo will do. Call early, (tf)
. 't. if n;'l. i II, ill'l
lilal ISililJ'l.l'i ItKalflLaU D
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, tl.ica:lic, He.idn'cho. Toolhacho,
Six-e Tlx-onl. Sih IIiml-. Nii-!il,ii, llriilx-a,
lliii io. S-iilila. t rosl lllli-a,
AMI 111. II f II I It IlllllllV I'lISs i Alllfs.
Soli li UnifKI.'l. I I'o.l.-,. ,-,,-ul,, r... I , fty ( Viim u Ix.tllt
1111' II H I
(SuccMWil to A- Via, l.i, i J.
. 111. I I.I If I'd
I U.,l,u., (, I ,N, A
.in hit Alnn. MldrflA
Aecl .Vlon. and all Merl
in autlnr Irom osrly
llscr.'llilllS will tin A
Ailen'H lirtun l-'.,o.1 Oia
moat powerful Invigorant over oitroducad;
oncn ri'hi i l.y it thero - no rolapMi. Try
H : it ni'v. r fail. t: 6 for ,X-At DniK
pmla. er by luuil Ireiu Allen'a Pharmacy,
Avcn u o,
Tho irlory nf a man ii
hia atr.'tiutti. II ymt
aio M.-ukoiii"! (Iowa
Hf 1 1 1 1 ,ir tiv ,-jlrli-iniliH.
crotiona, Allen'n Drain l-'iaul will Minna-ni-ntiy
rentoru all In( vic-r, nnd -I ronntli'-n
all mo iniiseliMef Jirain ami lleily. f , a fur
5 At 1'f JKkMata, or by mail Irom Allen'
11 fi Ave nue.
fur NiTvouri Debility
( i h n h r 1 1 1 v t KvntAni.
thorp innono oqnnl to AIIimi h Rrum F'kM,
whifh jirtunptly (.nl ptTiTunently rentorti
all lol vttior; it. nvvr fan. $ pktc-6(or
At bruKi-ts. or hy mail from Allon'a
i'NiwYorkn M 14 lit
City, Ulll III
For anvpn yaara Allfnt
Oram liaa atixaj
the truiifc', .-at teitu aa
to ita rncrita in curing
Dobihly, and marnrmir l-t puwara tn th
weaken.-d l,-nrat:v..i 8vtom, and. in ni
iTiNlanc-e. ban it pver fnilcd ; teNtlt. 1 ; j f .-r
Si. Ai l)ru(Tk-i3t. ur Oy laail (mm All.-n's
l bar in fl-
cy, Hi l-tl
Avo n ue, I
Mano nna In corpora
aano:" "A nound nnnd
in a vmiiii body" i Ibn
Iru.lH mark ol Allen
Ilrain 1 antl u-a aa-
fnirs our r"aders that, if di-aiiili.d with
either ui-akriFMof Drain nr ll'xlily pownra,
this r'-mdy will i"'"iianently alri-nirlhen
both, If I. At Br;u-fi-ta, or by mail from
i. At l)r:ii-i-t, or ny mail Irora
ry, 315 1st I
I I LRl'v1 rbllity. NcuralBia.
I I tU aroua Shock, St. Vi-
LLLIl U '-'anew, I'rontration,
w nri,i a , i a f &M u it of
tifTiB (lonorntlvo Oit-ans. arc all prnna
nntly and radically cured by Allen'a Hram
l-o,d. Hipcroat l(.tanicalreir.edy. il ok..
6 I 'it fv At Orutiri-ta, or by mad miu
At DruireiKta, or by mail imiu
ry, HIA lit I
Allan' rirain Food
hot an ioa I attract
r.-riKUmn tha Brain
and powtivoly oarea
i.rrom Ufbility. xpr-
ToinnoM, Ilpndftcho, nnnat'iral Ioswh, and
ail wt-akucHaof (H'n.-raMv.i System: it naver
liula. 1 pk., (1 for j.V At DruKiata, or
by mail from Alli-n's I'l.armaoy, 315 first
Tiaariai), rrora-nsitT an
raaniou or in ita Alan
kind niiiiilxirfaaa ml
ilii'tn aia Nerv.maiieM.
NerviUH l.ebility and unnatural wcakneaa
if (ii'ie-rii'ivn Uritnua; Allen'a Hram l-'nod
huccOiliy i'-rt-oiiu-i tlicw., tri.ubl.'a ami
r.-Ht'iri-i-lliii auir.in-r to ln lunrmr viijiir. HI.
u i a t a, or I
-v. 315 IfII
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KOICA I I iNAh
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
1 I1I-'IKI! -J.'d v.-'ir oi.:ii HipleiMbcr I '.'111.
lOll l.llhi. I,, W SiOi,.rO,r ,,, .,,1 1, 1 h I -lull k.h.
k'lii'-iTiiit'. ( iii-in it- , I .ill, ,,,i,ti. ,, Kiu;llsh (,'olim-a.
i ic u in 1 1 . ii r , w.uiriiiv. i-.-ii.. w. I . iialiinay,
Kai ...rof ful. TIIKU. HYATT, l'rea't,
. in .hu
Col.Thi-n. HvHtt, Pr'-lili-nt i,r Ihu feiiiiFvlvanla
Military Aculnny. vil In, i, ihu llalliduy
Hiilid in (,'iiiro, on W.;dii "dny, Auirnat Wild,
I'tniii 1o A M. to )- M , h wni hu hnpliv to
ace palnm" n' iho Ai ad. my mid nllu-ra on olllcial
Monlicello Ididit's' Seminary,
(lUliini-iY, M IH-iiN CO I N I'Y, 11.1,.
Op -lia Scpt"iiiln r -Jll. Ural eliiaa arhool. One oT
Iheodi.'et In Hi,, weal. l.i.eniioM healthy and dr
llltlitfnl, Su tn-ri ir advimtnuea for KiiKllfb hd
('Uaalciil I- diK'Hlioti. with Alui-ic. Drnwlnrf, I'altit
miiaiid .Mod.-rn I nni;'iai;(-a. AppIt, for ealaloiow,
to Mla 11. N. UASKlil.l., 1'ri nr.l pill,
tldiro &, m. Louis Packet.
The piiluiiul Am lior Llnu atminicr
Will cave Cairo every Sui urduy nnd 'I'll' h lay i yen
il.K al II o'ciock, KlvlHt! Cairn a daily limit InrMt.
Kor parlloular aa rutea, etc, apidy to Ciipi.
Thua. W. Miliilda,thitiuritl Auut, or sul t.Sllvur,
nn is mi rnnn
in a ui rnnn
The BULLETIN JOB OFFICE
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDA R
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TJfPE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Note Letter,
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, &c, Slc.
'he ONLY Round Hole Perforatixo Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
IS J0W OPEN
TERMS: SII.OO iter
j. r L j
Ni'vcr-f.iiliiiff; Sprinsrs of coolesit water cliarpi'd with licalinjr ami
enrative prop'-rtiei that have stood the tost of more than sixty
year' continual use by the health-seekeM, or those in search of Tst
ami recreation, and the residents for miles arouud.
NO. I, "THE IRON SPRING1'
will ImiM nj) the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tocic, and is considered a snre cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
.NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds (lrinkiiij all day from its basin fail to lower lhe water line.
This Sprinar is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. "THE SULPHUR SPRING'
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
lair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
These Sprinjfs are surrounded by (fraud mountain scenery. The
air is always pnrj and cool. So hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Post office: ) T T.T?AfTcV
Pope to., in. )
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line Runtime:
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikect Connection
I'lUINH l.IATS Caiiio:
3:03 a in. Mail,
rrivluK In St.LoulF H:4S a.m.; Chicago, H:80 p.m.;
Ciniiiucilnn at Oilinaud Kllliiiihaiii for Cincin
Lull, Louiivlllf, Indiaitupolia aud points Butt.
11:1 i li.m. tit. I.ouIb and Wnteru
rrlvlnn in Ht. Lou In i :0r p. m., and connect! tin
for all poilita Wont.
:j;fjO p.m. li'tmt Kxprraa.
K ir Ht, I.oiiIh and c:blcai;o, arriving at Ht. Loulf
tli:4l p.m,, and t'hlcaicg T:2il H.m.
:i :C0 p.m. Cint'imiHtl 10 xp reus.
Vrrlvlnu at Cincinnati 7 :0f a.m. Louiaville 6:55
a m.; ln(llHmiinl 4:115 a.m. Pttcsoniiori by
tliu. tritin ri-Hcli thu aliovu noliita U to ,'jO
llol'KS in ndvHiico ol any oltiiir route.
ITTlieH:BO p. tn. expruM hail PULI-MAN
iM.hKI'INU CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chiuiKuB, hi id through tleepura to hit, Lonla and
Fast Time Pa8t.
Piiuuouri-miu "J this lino (to through to Kaat.
1 ttSrSclimlB crn points without any delay
caimud by Sunday IntervunliiK. Tho Haturduy aftor
noon train from Cairo arrlvr.a in now York Monday
nornliiR at lomn. Thlrty-alx hours In advanced
nv other routu,
l'PFor throiitfh th-knts and further Information,
M'lilY at Illinois Central Hallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. WON K8, Tlc.net Agent.
A. II. UANHON. Gun. Hasa. Agent. Chicago
BpMdlly rrstorrd hy tha uis of llfaKH Trtat
nnf, which irctully enrsa Mcrrona Dbll.
Its, L Tlrlllty. Prmmtur tftmr
alt lnutili arlnlng fanm OTworii anil axeaMaaj
JmbpU of Vinalln malUd thm, arald,tiy ad
draMU Dr. Whittle lfl BmBI.. ClaslDoair.a
FOK Tllli SKASOX.
week: S2.00 nnr dav.
CA1K0 BAPTIST. Corner Tonth and Poplar
yftroets; pn-achlng (.-vt-rv Sunday moinlnRand
nlfht at nuial hours. Prayer met-tlmi Wednei
day nlt'ht; Sunday school, ''::i a.m.
Kt-v. A. W. McOAHA, Pastor.
pHfKCH OF THK KKDEEMKK (Eplncopal
J Konrtennth strict; Sunday 7:0oa m., Holy
Communion 10:.Via. m.. Morninp I'raycrs II a. ni.
Sunday school 3 p. m., livening Prayers p.m
F. P. Llavcnport, S. T. B. Hector.
L 1KST MISSION ARV BAPTIST CHUKCH.
v Preaching at I0::V) a. n... I) p. m.. and 7:80 p. m.
atitiath school at 7 'HO p. m Re. T. J. Shores,
I CTHEKAN Thirteenth street; service 8ab
1 hath 1:30 a. m,-. 8nu!ay school 2 p. m. Kev.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Waluut streets,
Preaching rjabhath 11:111 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
nnday School at 8:00 p. ra. Kcv. J. A. Scarrett,
JIKKSBYTERIAN -Klghth street; preacntng on
I Sntihath at 11:1X1 a. nv. and 7:Wp. m.; prayer
ucvtlng Wc-flnesdav at 7:H')p. tn.; Sunday scbvol
it 3 p. ni. Kev B. V. Oeorc, pastor.
CT..IOSKPI1 S-Kouian Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut struets; services Sahbath 10:80 a.
u. Sunday School at i p. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ier
rices every day at 8 a m. Kov. O'ilara, Priest.
CT. PATKIC'K-H-( Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
sJ street and Washington avenue; services 8ab
oath 8 and 10 a. ra. ; Vespers 8 p.m.; Bnnday School
- p. m. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. MriHtoiiers
It. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL ti. K.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
Mall 8:05 a.m.
tAccom 11:10 a m.
Express 11 10 a.m.
lArfnm 4'1. T, Ml
lExpress. S fU p.m
c. bt. L. A N. o. U.K. (Jackson route).
tMall 4:15 a.m. tMall 4:Wp.m.
tExpress 10 lliia.in. I 'Express ....10:Wa.m.
tAccom 3:50 p.m.
bt. L, c. it. it. (N(trrow-o;auj,'c).
Express 3:00 a. in. I Express 1:11a m.
Kx.&Mail....lo::ioa.m. Kx. Mall. . .4:10 p m.
Accoui 12:n5p.m. Accom 2:00 p.m.
8T. L. 4 I. M. It. K.
tOxprcss 10:110 p. ni. tExpruss 2:30 p.m
W RT. L.
& P. II. K.
Mall AEi 5:10a.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m.
Frolght 7:45 a.m.
I Mall & Ex. . 0. 30p.m.
Accom 10::) a.m.
Freight 6:45 p.m.
MODII.K A OHIO It. It.
Mall 5:55 a.m. Mall 0:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dully.
ARRIVAL AND DKPARTUHK OF MAILS.
Arrat I Dop're
I. C. R. K, (through lock mall). 5 a. m.
.i " ..ll:30a.m
" (way mall). 4:80 p.m.
11 ?Nnnrlirn DW. 5 P. in,
f 'm PO
8 p. ra.
9 P. m.
Iron Mountain K. R U:3np.m
Wabash 11. R
Ti'xhs ft 8t. Louis K. R
Ht. Louis & Clro It. R
Miss hlver arrives Wed , Sat.
" departs Wed., Frl
P O, con. dul. op n from
P.O. box del. open from
Sundays get. lo'.. open from.
hi p. m. I p. m.
.7 p. m, I 6 a. m.
5 p. m. I fl:-tn am
j n. m. I i ti. m.
,. 7:80 am to 7:311 pm
.. a. m. to 9 p. m.
,.Ha. ni, lo 10a.m.
niiniiava nox uoi, open iru v u.. ,u iw.gwam
tt a. ui. to 10:80 am
tNOTK cnangea win n piinisnua irom
time to lime to city papers. Change vour cards ac
cordingly. WM, M. MUltPUY, P. M.