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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, IS82.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
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K. A. HL'RNKTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the p regent generation. It Is forjhe
Curo of this diaeniiu and its attendants
8ICK-HEADACHE, "BILIOUSNESS,- DY8
jPEPSIA, COKBTIPATIONi PILESjeto., that
fTJTT'8 PILLS have gained a worjd-jwida
reputation. Ko Remedy "haa ever been
3 iicov e red t hu tac t so g o n ti ybnj he
digestive organs, kIvik theni vigoV to aa-
Bimliate food. As a natural re8altLthe
Nervous fcystenijs 13 raood , t hVMuBolea
are Developed, and the Body Robust.
OItlIIIm and. Povor.
B. KlVAL.n Planter at Bayou 8axsj, La, , u,., .
My plantation la In a malarial dlatrtut. For
aavaral years I ouuld not mnke hair a crop on
acoount of bilious diseases ami chllla. I wu
nearly dlacotiragail when 1 began th aaa of
TUTT'B PILLS. 7 be result wna marvelous:
my laborara soon became heart; aod robust,
and I have bad no further trouble.
Th rs-llryr (be vngorgvA 1A r, rleanae
(h IIWkkI from poisonous liumura, ana
rati Ihr bowels to art naturally, wllfc
out which noon ran fi-i-l well.
Try this rrmnlj fulrly, and j on will Kaln
health llrltoii, l(iinu Itaxly. I'ure,
tilotMl, Mivdi iSrrvra, unit a Hound Liter.
Frier, US4 rnta. OMtr, M Murray hi.. N. ,
Ohav IIaik or Whirki is chani-ed toaOusssy
tti.AiiK hy n sinule uppllr.Mion of this lift., it
Imparts a rinturul eolir, ami ' ts liiM.uiUuiooiislv.
Mold l.v rruggt-t, or sent by txpre on rw-eipt
of line Dollar.
Office, OS Murrny Street. New York.
(Or. TI XT' 3IASV.il. of I af uabf e
information and f setW Htrriiif 1
wlIJfce mallrtl lt.it on umiieatton. W
If you are nick Hop Bitters will turt-ly
ai'i Nature in making you well wheu all
If you ure costive or dyspi-ptk, r.r are
sulL-iinx troin any otlur i tl-c numerous
UiH'&i'H i t lit stout tcii t biwi-h, it ) your
own fault if you remain ill, for LI op Bitters
are a 8overia'n remedy in all such com
plaints. If you are wasting away wi'u any form
of Kidney lipase, nt ; tempting Death
this moment, and turn for a cure to Hop
If you re sick with that terrible sick
ness Nervousness, you will tind a ''IJ-tlm in
Gilead'' in the use of Hop Hitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resident ot a
inistnatic district, barricade your system
against the scotirae of all countries ma
larial, eptdemic, liiliom, and iutcrmitent
fevers by the use of Hop Hitters.
If you have rough, pimply, or sullow
akin, bad breath, p:ins and ache., and let 1
miserable generully, Hop Bitters will give
you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest
breath, health and comfort.
In short they cure all diseases of the
stomach, IV-weU, Blood, Iis'er, Kidneys,
Bright's Diseuse. fiOO will be paM for 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 trille. Will you let
them suffer? (2.)
HEALTH CF WOMArA
IS THE HOPE Or
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for nil l'h.UAI.E TOR.
NKSSi:s, InrliuliiiH I.t'iieorrlia'n, lr
rrMulnr nml I'uiiifiil jHeiinirnailfln,
Inlliinininllnii nml I li eriillon of
tiie Woinii, riooiiiiiB, nto-
LAI'WI M IITKHI, Ac.
(rT,nnttotliotaNt, eflli'aeliina ami Imrwiflat
In IU cITi'i't. It 1 a eront hi l In iropiuiiry, nnd re
UuTua pain iluiinK Ulwr ami at n Kulur I'cilvd. .
rUlSIIUNNVSEIT AMirilFSlHIME IT HI IF LI.
tFFi'B AiiWEAXKSSfiuil nf tlio gcnoratlve ortrana
of eillicr It is xrcmid to no n nn ilyllnitalinji t'Ti'f
boon bnfiire the pnbllo and for all (Hhouwi of tlie
KlDNITS It la the Ortatat llrmalt in thi World,
(JTK1UNGT rOiUPLAINTH ofiaihcr Sex
lind (ircat Keller In Its Tse.
l.TIIA K. l'INKIIAM'S It LOOP lVltmr'R
fill I'liulnnU every Tesllirn il' HuiiniiH troni Ilia
IHniKl, nt the snnip time will jrlve tone nml xtrenirth tn
theaymunii AHnuarellonHlu rttiills aa Uie CuiiiihiuuiL
tTTDoth thoCnnipnunil anil Blood Purifier are pro
pared nt 11.13 and l"& Wcatern Avomie, Lynn, SIohk.
I'rlrenf clllier, l. hi bottles fer J.l. The Compound
la stmt liy ninil in th form of illln, or of 1oiikci, on
trarelpl of price, $1 per boi for either. Mm. 1'lukh.tm,
freely AJinwori all loiters of Imnili-r, Eni'lotw 3 cent
Itauip. Bend for pamphlet. Jffnlnm thli Aijior.
Mrt'TPn E. riNtntAS's t.ryim Iti.i s cure Cnnstlpa
Hull, UU'.mwiKMe and Torplillly of the Liver. Wi cvuta,
4-Sold by nil DrunglHta.-tH. (a)
LOST MANHOOD RCUTOCO.
A vlutlm of youUihil linpnideiicn cinienin 1'ruiiii-
lure loray, Norvoua lliibilliy, LuBt MiiiiIhkhI, ti,
baTlliri tried in vuln every huown remedy, 1ms
covorwl a nlmplo aelt ouie,' whiub lio r. ill "end FRi:M
"' ftHfw-aiuO.-r.-xia. danj J, it, HVKMUB.
43 tlutlliaiu Hi,, Nt u
Lifa ia a Maino "Village.
To proper' utidnrstaud the folk-life
of this simplo villugn, one must know
first that ils best elements liave been
sapped off yearly, for at least the urmee
of a generation, by emigration. There
is a steady annual exodus of the bright,
active, ambitious young men and wo
men to better fields. Only the dullards
remain on the native soil. And a queor
community these latter make.
The chief feature of this lifu is its to
tal lack of concentration. What little
there is of individual energy is diffused
over the whole sphere of activity. The
jeweler of the town is also the barber,
tho general mechanic and the tinker;
ho likes to "hay it" a little, to fish ti lit
tle, to "berry it" a little, and to raise
some garden truck. Ho is a sample,
and a pleasant one, of all his fellows.
If they are tradesmen, they keep a little
of everything; if mechanics, they turn a
hand to a little of everything; if day
laborers, they w nut to shift around into
a dozen or more varieties of work during
the year. No one works hard. Fish,
clams and vegetables are the food sta
jiles. Perhaps it is impossible to baso
labor upon these; perhaps it is the in
fluence of the lazy atmosphere; perhaps,
again, it is in the breed. But whatever
tlio cause, the result is very clear; no
Castinian knows what the word "work"
means. The stores open in an indolent
manner lit 0 or so in the morning.
They close with more promptness at
noon; reopen sleepily about two hours
later, and thenceforward are likely to
shut up at any time. There is a delight
ful uncertainty about every phase of
what they call business. It is the ex
ception to find a merchant in his own
store, even in the busiest times; the tin
smith, his boy will tell you. may bo
over at the butcher's; perhaps you could
find him at the drug store; possibly he
is fin the wharf; there is a chance of
encountering Lira at the hotel. What
is true of the tinsmith is true of all the
others. The leading manufacturing es
tablishment of the village almost the
only one is a canning factory, where
lobsters, mackerel, clams, etc., are put
up for tho market. There ii a steady
demand for the goods of this factory,
to which it seems utterly indifferent.
When the village boys feel like working
at that particular thing, tho factory
opens, and stays open until the boys
take a notion to go ushing or haying or
mining for there are mines in these
parts. Then, wholly legardless of the
state of tho market; its demand or its
supply, the factory stops. Here labor
is autocratic. It chooses its own times.
hours and fields. When it is lethargic,
no inducement is strong enough, no
emergency grave enough, to stir it into
There is absolutely no enterprise, or
suggestion of enterprise, among the na
tives. The lobster-pots are set in tho
same places, the mackerel-boats cr0 to
the same coves, year after year. If the
lobsters do not come into the pots, if
the mackerel do not bite, so much the
worse; nobody looks for them anywhere
else. Once on a time Castine had a
good deal of business; now she ha3 next
to none. Nobody thinks of asking why,
or, at least, going out after the retreat
ing trade ana striving to bring it back.
Trafiic is now altogether local, and as
narrow and short-ranged as may be. A
Castine man, with $ijuO worth of fish on
hand, which were on the very verge of
taint, found another willing to purchase.
There was a difference of $W between
their views, and no sale was made that
day. The next day there was only a
dilfercnee of $18, but uo sale. That
night the owner of the fish had to throw
the wholo lot into the sea. He was
rather proud than otherwise of his re
fusal to be cheated out of 18 though.
The people there know no steak-cut
save the tough round. They buy that
because there is no bone in it; the por
terhouse is sold for roasts; they like it
better for steaks, they say, but cannot
afford to buy so much bone. Living,
however, is exceedingly cheap there,
and all through this section cheaper
than in any other part of the country,
The social side of this village life is
very meager and cold. The women
rulo matters here very c nerally. The
men of snap and stuff having sought
their fortunes elsewhere, those who re
main are easily domineered by their
wives, mothers and sisters. This fact
accounts for much that is otherwise odd
in Maine's condition. Dancing is al
most a lost art here. Music is sober
and serious. New Yorkers are regard
ed with unea'-iness. The wilder West
ern man is looked upon with positive
distrust. A person who confesses to a
liking for lager beer is viewed in Cas
tine as a continued opium-eater would
be in Albany. The gregarious iii.-tirict
of the two sexes finds a vent in mite
societies, singing classes, and a grand
ramp meeting once a year, ('amp
meetings reach their climax of populari
ty in Maine. There is not much re
ligious fervor or excitement in them,
but much sedate and quiet comfort, for
the women at least. As to masculiue
diversions, it is not easy to hit tipou
their identity. The men of the village
do not seem' to get much fun. Perhaps
their snort is spread so evenly through
their listless lives, along with their
labor, that there is no call to bieak out
in spots Certainly there is no such
thing as.hilariiy among them. After
supper they are wont to stnnd or sit in
little groups of two or three in front of
the closed stores on tho main street,
talking little, chewing or smoking to
bacco invariably, laughing never.
The Viscount do la Panouso, husband
of Mine, lleilbron, tho actress, has
adroitly managed to get tho better of
his bourse creditors. When tho late
crash took place, tho couple wero sup
posed to he utterly ruined. The viscount
had lost $500,1)01). and owed $200,000 to
stock-brokers, lio at once gave out his
departure for tho cape, while tho vis
countess was to return to tho stago dur
ing his absence. But she had no sooner
sold their hotel to pay oil' some of their
debts than a rat was smelt, and tho vis
count, who had made ovcreverything to
his wife, was found to bo living like a
fighting cock In iv quiet little villago lu
Auvcrgnc. The stock-brokers forthwith
sued him. His counsel, however, took
advantago of tho code, which ndmits
certain bourse speculations to bo illegal,
and tho court has non-suited the plaiu
tifl's on that ground.
ONE FXPERIENCE FKOM MANY.
I have bran sick and miserable so long
and had caused my husband bo much trou
ble and expense, ,no one seemed to know
what ailed me, that I was completely dis
hcaitened and discouraged. In this frame
of my mind I got a bottle ot Hop Bitters
and used them uuknown to my family. I
soon began to improvo and gained so fast
that my husband and family thought it
strango and unnatural, but when I told
them what had helped mo, they said,
Hurrah for Hop Bitters! long may they
prosper, for they have made mother well
and us happy."--The Mother.
The most valuable and money-making
patents are those which aro ob
tained upon small articles, The "re
turn ball," which sells for ten cents,
yields to tho holder of tho patent an in
come equal to that on a capital of live
hundred thousand dollars. The rubber
tip on the end of lead pencils, which is
used for erasing false marks, is also se
cured by patent, and for every tip used
the manuf:u;lurors pay a royalty to the
inventor, which gives'him an independ
ent income. Tho consumption of these
pencils is very great, and the simple
idea of tipping them with rubber has
placed the man who originated it be
yond the reach of need in the future, so
long ad he clings to his patent. An
other very simple but very valuable in
vention is the gummed paper wrappers,
which obviate the necessity of using
mucilage, or paste to secure papers for
the mails. The patent is on the appli
cation of the gum to the w rappers, and
a royalty is paid to the inventor of eve
ry wrapper thus prepared. As the num
ber of wrappers used daily in the for
warding of mails amounts to hundreds
of thousands, the income derived by tho
inventor from his royalty will be seen to
be a magnificent "one. The gimlet
pointed screw was patented in 1H4R. It
is familiar to everybody, and millions
have been realized "from its manufac
ture, yet so simple is the principle that
the wonder is that it was not thought
out and applied ahno,-t as far back as
the age of iron. The patent shoe-tip,
now universally used in boys' shoes,
has brought its inventor somewhere
about two millions of dollars. Proba
bly the most valuable patent in tho toy
line ever taken out in any country is
that which secures the Plyinpton roller
skates to its holder. Skating on rollers
bears but a faint resemblance to skating
on ice, but it is exhilarating sport, nev
ertheless, and sprang at once into pop
ularity with the young of. both sexes.
In Brazil and tropical countries where
ice is unknown aud skating impossible,
except upon artificially frozen ponds,
the rollers were greeted as a veritable
godsend, and rinks with smooth earth
ern floors sprang up like magic. The
value of the patent on the roller skates
to its holder is estimated at over one
million dollars, and ho expended over
one hundred and twenty-five thousand
dollars in legal expenses alone to pre
vent the patent from infringement in
England. The dauciiifx nojfro, which
can be seen in any toy-shop, and which
is simply a figure of a Dinah or a Jum
bo balanced by a wire, which is moved
rapidly up and down by a system of
clock work in the box 'upon Which it
dances, provides an income for its in
ventor of thirty thousand dollars a year.
Tho common neei I le-th reader, to bo
found on sale at nearly every street cor
ner, is worth ten thousand dollars a
year to th- man who thought out tho
problem wlTuh might easily have been
solved by a boy of ten years, only it w-as
not. And these are but a few of tho
triiles w hi.'h have onriched men.
Slight pain iu the side, the skin and eyes
asi-uaie a thick yellow coat, digestion is
impaired, aa unpleasant sinking sensation
at the pit of the stomach is experienced,
the bowels are irregultr, the mind fretful,
the memory weakeued, 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 what it is. Take Simmons Liver
Regulator, it will remove all these feelings
and make you well.
, 1 1
When tho fountains of lifo are not cor
rupted aud embittered by suffering; when
the functions of womanhood are strictly
normal, woman life is liko music, with no
discord to jar her delicate sensibilities and
break the vital and organic harmony.
But many who silffer from vital and func
tional disorders havo found immediate re
lief and a permanent euro by using Mrs.
LydiaE. l'inkhain's Vegetable Compound.
. A Coned. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung diseaso or oil
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach liko cough syjps
and balsams, but act directly on the iutlam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, ami
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entiro generation, thry have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 25 cents a
Uncklen's Amka Salvo
The Best Salve 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 pur box. For sale by flico. E
Nnthlnir liko "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, totter, salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Dn. Klink's Cheat Nkuvk Hkstuiikh ii
the marvel of tho ao for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Phlladelpia, Pa,
Cash Well Spent.
Money i xpended io personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A bottle of Ho.odont, how
ever, is woith its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and itspiMee is
cash well spent by the purchaser." Though
it will not make the te?th regular, they
who use it are astonished at the rapid im
provement it effects in tho dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, ond have
healthy yums and ruddy lips .
Personal! To MeuOniy !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn
Voltuic Belts and Electric Applicance in
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afllicted with Nervous I)ebi!ity,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. 1 No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
A Kew aud uompiolo H tut. fronting on l.rvu.
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb PaMenRer Dpot of the Chltaao, St. Loi.Ik
an .uw Orleans: Illinois Central; Wal.HHh, St.
I.nnls aud I'adllc; Iiuii .Mountalu and S 'Uilicni,
Mobile and Ohio; ( air i and St. Louis Knnvwiyt.
arc all jnct across the street; while the Steam!) o'ai
Laud 1 1. k is lnt one siiuaru distant.
This Hotel is heated hy steam, has stenui
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectric Cull Hells
Automatic i'ire-Altirrn-i. Hat lm, absolutely pure air
ju rtect sewerage and complete appointment,
'superb furiiisLlni'H; perfect service; and an an
T,. IJ. PA.KI-U0U .i (IfLJifiaaflea
. -r c
- 35 f
yrv.r FRANK TOOMEY,
AI1KST MllTIIK f At.g UP
BAX 1KB STEAM KNO I N K
Colt's Disc Engine.
and Marine Engines
RXGIXKS A SPECIALTY.
FARM EXCUSES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTIJiU,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. Ut, North Third Street,
rilIL.AUBI.tMII A I'A
NOTrCK TO t'ONTKACTOKS.
Office of City Clerk, r"nlro. 111. Sept, VJtli, 18!.
S'-iilttil iiroiiuiHls will Ixi received nt tiis iilllce,
directed 1 1 n city council of the cliy of Cairo, 11 i
to the limn ol inuVllnir ol' suld council, Monthly
ovi'iiltitf, Heotiiinelir -J'th. iMi, for lllllnir, uradllik!
and Imorovlnif New l.evtio street. 'I he 1 silina'ed
amount of earth required will be about UMMi cubic
vnnls. Illds for S"Cilons of Ml I fi'iit or moru will
he received j eiil i bills 10 be tit sotnuch per ruble
yunl and work to be tlmie to the s ilii.liu-tl. il of t ,0
committee on tr eis All propi sals must ho tic
coiiipmiU'il with a uiiotl iiittl siilllelniit bond for
twice ttie amount of blil. Work to be completed
within sixty days Irnm sluiilnu contract. The rljhl
to reject any aud til h'tla reserved hy th clly.
1). J. Foi.liY, City Ciurk.
II 11 ABR. KLINL'B great
II II Nerve Restorer
U U VEST ,; nuns jxiiNiuva
riaiK. Oni v si iik ci'iir mil Neurit Atko-'iiiiNs.Kiis.Ki-ii.ai-Kr.iilii.lNKAI.
1,1111, K. II taken
si iiirei-ti'ii, furvinnrr nr'iiinu . irsaupea
tl trial bottle fresh Vlt Cas.'s.tliny (.aliig fXtiraea
Li 1 1 . iuui kH.l ......... It i
I .r.'.a,lr.jiiif nili-til to llll KMNK Illl Arrh
V?,Vs8?vlt't l,oart.lvs curafttrmil Dlachartr?.
BtlnKlnir, Bmartinis and Painful Itnaatluiia of Km
01 OOPi'Mlo, oraalabrlldruir-
rTT. r , w slata. or aont by Kx
SPtor urleAjbHN b.PAit:
OltlO. PlasMamanUoo tutapa
PlMua msaUoa tula Da car, s
Vortalsby DAU0LAY BH03., Cairo. Ill
Is it J a i
R0OTA.COHS f1US:C GO'S
mwM 'l.'U" BRASS, GERMAN
r .r knd BBED instruments, together
with full Instructions for forming BamTa, dl-
TOn'V"V!SMlfi,'tlon f instrument -"HAT
and HOW to purchase; term for
gold or sliver plating, repairing, Ao. Will also
,L,7'"'."II?, our Ban(i Orchestra
iZia'!& P'.V,'"t .Popular music. Addreaa
THE ROOT A-SONS MUSIC C0;.CHICG0.IU
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
MeBsra.Seabury ft Johnson, Manufactor
tag Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York I
Gentlemen :-For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plan
ters. Physicians and tho Publio prefer
Hfmwon'n Capntna PorouB Piaster to all
others. We consldaj them one of the very
fow reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Bnnnrm'B Capclne Planter is a ffenuict
Parmaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get a Sen
son's Capcina Plaster.
You will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Fads or Eleo
HVKK KII.UKI) V AT LAST. Price Sftcts.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IIUU:
liluuil, nnd mil rmnnlptelr change the Mood in the en
tire system in three month a. Any person who will take
1 pillem h niRhtfnim 1 to IVweeksmsylie rextnred
toHonnd heslih, if such a thitiR be posHjhle. Hultl ev
erywhere, or s-nt by mail for e) letter Htsmpn. . H.
Juu.mxjm A Co., Boston, Mass., formerly Uaugor, Ma.
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Orml iuitt of twn nn-iUrnl
colli '.'i-, him hi'i'ii luiiL-i-r i-imiiiR'il In the treat-iti.-ii
t or f'lirouin. Nervous, Hltln nn.l
Itloml Dhi-iiKi's Ihnn nnr ollnr iili.vsii-liiu 111
SI. I. culs, in rty i,iiT4 uliow Hiid all nlil rent
ill iim knoiv. ( 011s 11 1 in 1 1, u nt iilllce or hv mall,
lice nml Invltoil. A I r 1 1 1 1 1 1 v lalknr liln o'iinloii
rusts iiolliliiir. When It In (nconveiilHiit lovlnlt
the i lly fur treatment, medicine run besent
bv mull or i-xpress everv where. Cunilile caiea
iriiiinintei'il; where iluiibt exists it le frankly
niii'-d. Cni) or Write.
N'Tvous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
riiysical Wcaknoss, Mercurial and other
alie-' " i'.ioat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
M.irriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cmcs from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive spocial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudunoes, Excesses,
InJulgnnces or Exposures.
It Is self-rv Pli nt that a physician psylnir
particular atlenllnii lo a class of rases attains
ureal skill, and physician" In regular practice
all over the cniinliy knowing this, rrr.iii'-ii I ly
ri-coinnii'iiil eases 10 the nldesl olllce III America,
wln-re every known appllnnce Is resorted to,
and thi- itcov.Ml iriiiHl retiiifl ieH of all
sues and count rles are used. A whole houss Is
used toriillli-i- ininsisi's, and all are Ireateil with
skill In a resiccti'nl manner: ami. knowing
w hat In io. no experiments are made, On ac
count of Hie great number applying, the
charges are kept low-, often lower than In
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the Important matter, i'ainphlel, ) pageil,
sent to any address In-e.
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hv all ihliilt pel-sous, Ihen kept under lock and
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tions. K.xtru imliiremenie otlVred lo Kncrgetlo
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PUOPO.SAL3 FOR OONSTKVCTIOS OFMOCND
CITV, ILL., CSMETEUY HO AD WAY.
Cfllco of National Cemeteries,
Wasiiiniiton, 1). I'., Sepee.uher Hth, ISsj.
SEALU 1 l'HOl'OSALS. in trliillcat.!. wiih a
copy of this advertlei-ment attached to each, will
he received at this olllce until Monday. September
vain, i3, me 1 lie c 'iistrui;tiou ol a rouil to iho
National Uemete.y at Moil ri ( It, , 111., ami filling
tna d-tch to the top ol the leveu wh ch eurrouuda
volatilities eenmatea as rollows: Farth woik
lor road, Sn.tiis) vuldc yards' En Hi work lor dlti li,
W,(ki cubic yards; liravui for road. 5.000 cubic
liidilers will state price per enhic vard for the
eartu work ami for the gravel: the latter to be de
livered, spread and rolled hy the cont actor. A
plan and pioflln of the road may bo een ut thu of
fice of the superintendent of thu Mound City Cem
etery Proposals should bo endorsed: "rrnposals for
conettuctinn of Mound ( If y Cemetery road," and
adilrussed lo the undersigned. They w 111 be opened
lu this office at noun on the date al"V staled when
bidders are In viti-d to ho present. U N. BVTCH-ELDI-.U,
Deputy vi M. (jen., in cliaru of Natlou
al Cemeteries. dlit
PKNNS'.LVAXIA M liUry ACADEMY
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Swcdls.'h Insect Fowrlor Kills
AND ALL TK0U3LES0V.E VERMIN.
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BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are lent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUi.1 OR OLD,
"lirilO are suffering from Naavotis Iiynit.iTy,
V Lost Viii.iiv, I.Ai-it or Nkiivi Koaea tsn
Viiioh, Wabtimii WmKKrsscs, and all those diseases
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OTIisa IMi'sKS. Hpi'i'dv relleC end eumpleta rvstie
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The grandest illi'i'ovi'rv of the Nineteenth Century,
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lit ni'nii,, piiivisi us and stock
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it''i:t "ii "in- iiiim. 1 roin May 1st,
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pc ills luivi b -en roiillAed ami
pull lo mu'itor nini'iiiiting t
Several t 1110a tin vn'iiiinul invest,
lui'lit, .ti l Ir.ivln.i llli'origilinl III
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