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The IcitfltiiK Sciential ol to.nnv ur-e that mnnt
dleae are ciil-d l.v dicorderi-d Kidney, or l,iv,
er. 11, thuic.foru.tlie Ki4u-- and l.iv.-r r k pun
pi rfc tt order, perfect health will he the reeiilt.
1 truth hM onljr been known thou time and
(or vear people t tt'-Rd ir-t airoriy wl 'limit be
lug able to finl re-liel. 'I he discovery ,f rViriu-r'
Kale Mduuy and Liver (Jar inrU new era In
the treatment of there trouble. Made from a
alruple tropical )Mf ol rare value, it contain juel
the element ncce.iiarj t -nourish and invit'orato
bolU of thee great ori.Mii, and Mfely r.-.tore and
keep thi-tn in order. It to a 1'OMTIV'K KK.V Rl V
for all I ha di"": tlinl mam ptlut ,ln lha htvrr
burl of the boVr-or Tfltpid l.lvT- Heviaelice-'
Jaundl e- T)i.ln'- fiUYe! -Kcvcr. i."ii--Ml
Fever, and ail difficuilirt of tbc Kidney, i.ivcr
aud l 'Unary Ortran. .f
It l n rxu-llrui and afe remedy for f' lnn'c. dur
ing l'tvKuaficy . It ill control- Men-truaf ion Hid
N invaluable fur Lc corthiiA or f&llluj! i.f the
As a Blood Purifier It I uneqnaled, for It cure"
the or-i"" that make the Mood.
"It tuvrd my life. K. IJ. I.ak'?!y. S..!m, Ala.
It 1 tne remedy thai will cure. Hie many die
eai"' c-';ii!iar to w men." Vlotli.r'. i u-.
It ha pa-m-d m-ve-ru l--t aiid won iiidome
menu from un of the bit! he I medical tnli.' .t In
ILe eouut-y.'' New Vurk World.
"No remedy heretofore diacuvi-red n be h-;ld
fur one moment in compari-on wnb It "- r,"V. C.
A. Harvey, U I)., WaehiUtft'iii, I. l
Thl Hi-m-dy, which hadonn anrti wonder. l
put up In the LAlt'iE-T MI.KD BOTTI.Ks of auv
medicine npon 'h market, and i a.ld by c! rtu'i.'it'
aud a'l d ab-m at $1 -J.', .er hot'le. por lilah. t-.
enquire for VVAKNKK'ii KAKK DIAHK YEi C'l'llE
It liia -uITIVK hv-nedv.
H U IVAUNKH & CO., K Ik-Mit. N, V.
MRS." LYDIA E. PIHKHAFJn
OF LYNN. MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tb" Pnl(iT" rnn
For all Female Complaints.
Thii pmwU'i". nan rltralrlea, etiu of
Teirrtabto iToyril thU are hmik Vj th moet del
rai Invalid. l'.n one trtnl O iunti of thu Com
pound wiil tie rf vniW, u rebrf Ut ImincdUlei and
hen It tm ki vniiuTvl. In nlm-ty nine raa In a hen.
drul, aprniintctiiin'lt-rtN!ilhouaani) mil to
tlfy. un eroooiit of It provea Rvrlt. It it totny r
eownwoiM and pr:riU-d by the rxwt phynrian la
It will enr entirely the wrwrt fnnn nt filling
of the nu-nu, UiKorrhora, lrrjpiKr and panful
lienttnuitl-in.allCltariaaTrouhIr, InfUmnutllon and
l'lcratlao, FViin, all ILplacetnetit and Die fon-t-
iwnt eptiud wnii, and la wpirWlf adaptM to
the Ctiamr of Ufo. It will dlneolve and mH tmnort
f rum tut utwmtn an early tat of dV-vclofnwnt. Th
tendnnt-y to wkvpm humeri tb"re I checked very
Mwdily by Huh..
In fut It lu proved tn be the treat
Mt and b rroe.ly tluu ha ever t-wi dirover
ed It pernwatni evrry p-irtlon of (he (yetem, and (rivet
aow llfeand viKor. It rmov falatnew.nalulrncy, de
troy aJIcravtaf for Mlmuianl, aad rellerr wekn
tl th utomacb
f, eurv IDoatinir. HraWhM, Se rmn Prmrtpitlon,
0nral Debility, Hlwph-iae, beprFMlon and Indl
irertton. That freUng of hvlni down, camin pain,
weliht and backache, In alway permanently enrrd by
lu um. It will at all tlm, and under all clminutan
ee, ai't In harmony with tbe Inn that govern the
Fur Kldwy Complaint of either thi compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
i prepared at fa and tVi Weirtern Avctme. tjmn, Man.
Price t' 00- Bu Uittleafortoo. Sent by mail In the
form of pllla, eUo in the form of lotenitf, on rerelpl
of price, l.. per boi, for either. Mr. riSiillAM
freely answer all l. tter of Inritry. 8nd for ia
phlet Addree a above Jnfdm lin xir.
No family .hould he without LTT'IA E. T1NKHAM'
LiV'Sn VVtSS- They cure Cnnstliiatlon, EUlouuuat
andTorpldltv of the Mvnr. ti cent Per bux.
KOll SALE 11Y DltllifilSTS.
HICIIAUDSON it CO., .St. Wis, Mo.
Wholomle ai;ula for LYDIA K. IMNKHAMH
HANKY'S Tit ADR MANUALS - Pninicr.M ci
C'arpi'iiter. to. Watchmnker, end Jeweler, Sl
Hnkur. ffi. t'andvmaker, M. Taxi'lermiiit, Mi.
(illdt'r, V). Furniture and Cttljlnnt HuUlter, Ml.
Artiel, 51. Soimki!r, ". Iloreu fliiHt. v!5.
Wood-enifraver. -i Of lmokfl!ere or bv mail.
JESSE II ANEY Jfc CO., ll' Siumtn mi rent '. X.
To Ncrtou. Suffcrt-ri-Tlie (ircat KureHii R(.p-l?-Dr..T.
B. Simpson 'i Swvttt Mwliiinn.
Tl. J n. tilmnann'a rtncclrlc Mt'fllrillP I a po
tlve cure for Spermatorrhi a, Impntciicy, WeakneM
and all dlecnm ri'aullliiKfrom uir-Aiiiifu, ee .cr
vou Debility, Irritability. Menial Anximy, I.atitruor,
t Autfitmtt. Iionri-aninn of StiirllH and functional tie
rauuemont of the Ncrvout Syetmn irem-rally I'atna
In Back or Hide, Locf Mi-mnry, l'n-matnre Old
Atfo and di'eaeua I k.,Ra Arfa
ttiat li'ad to uon
e inn pi Ion Intimi
ty aud an early
crave, or both.
'o matter bow
eyHU'm may be
from cTroaec of
rny kind, a abort
couraC of till medicine will mature " v. ot Iiiik
tlnna and Procure hi-nlih aud haniiilii'ea. wlnTi) be
foM wan dcupimdmicy and Klooid The Hper.lrla
nledlciue l lttna uml with wotiilerful rue-
l'amj)li!t ent free to all. Write fur tbi-m and
ir.. full tiartlctllare.
i'rlc.o, Speclllc, tl.bO per package, or lark
nv lor fS.w. Will bu eutit by mail on receipt ol
money, inonw an ornrre,
' i ti ululiunK1!! uvnlritvu -n
Not. M aud 109 Main 8t.,llullalo,N. Y
to vnirvn mkn and othkiis.
We tend on trial for I blrly tlays our Electro -Volute
Belle, Ilnndnand KiinpvneorU-t, layonnRtnun
mid otltore auilorlug Irotn weakneaaet, nervoua de
billly, loit vitality, loat tnanliood, and many other
jiiM.,.d... Wrt irnit.iitiiit eneedv rurea ami rnm.
i plete rettoratloH of manhood. Addreaa without
delay, VOLTAIU llnLl uo., marenail, alien,
THE DAILY HUILETIN.
! MOANING OlOMUtl t iicimvi.
IargfMt Circulation of any Daily in
0,llr! BulleUn Handing, WMbincUm Ayeoou
Subtorlptlon K u t a i
Ully(dBltvrjdkytarnri) pel week $ A
Br mall da advance) oua yew 10 on
li iuiUi., , 5 yo
On fiiiuth i oo
By mall (In aUvaoce) nt year J 00
HI iiiuuum 1 On
Thr aiotitiui ISO
Toclubi of ten and over (per copy).... 1 8
j Fotlatte In all caaet prepaid.
rtratlnmrtlon, per HUare ,...11 Od
Hulieiientlnnnloiit, Hrqnar M
Por in we k. iir ntuare Sty)
r mi ral riutlce j qo
Oidtuarlea and reaoliltlom panicd hy B,letiel
1 ten chum per line.
D"th and marrlaei free
Kim lti"rtlon, per tquare...,,, , 1 1 no
H'ltititqni'tit lusrtiou " VI
Klitht llnet of tolld aijnpawirwnititnti'ieoture.
Umpljyed adveuitement will ho charged accord
mi to the paco occupied, at above ratea-there be
Inr ltlve llnet of tolld type to the Inch.
Turvtftilaraflreuiaera we offer toperior Induct
m.jiite.hoth aa to raut of cbarxca and manner of
d inlaying their favort.
Thlt paper may b found on lie at Geo. P. Rowtll
I.O. I N.fltttHP AltwrHMln 1 ft ttnM..
f 'TTi idveflltliMc conlrau mty b made
I r it in New Tork.
i. ommunicanona npon object of peneral Interest
to the public are at all rtmt acceptaM. Rejected
m icutcrlpt will not be r. tnrned.
I Mtrr andcommnnlratlona Phould be addretted
"a A. llurnett Cairo Illinois "
About twenty twit SDtithciist from the
'M churuh nar Uridpport, Conn.,
there usmt to be a knob or niounl of
very hard iron-gray gianitf, alxnit fjfty
feet high. On tho top of this there wiw
a circular space, probably two rods iu
ilianwter, smooth, and entirely desti
tute of cartli or vegetation.
About in tho centre of this space
were, apparently, prints of two hu
man feet, as if a man of ordinary sizy
.stood with bare feK facing the ea.st
At the proper distance futthcr east
were the prints of two naked knees,
and then of haiuN, all having tho ap
pearance as if n naked man had stood
then-, and when the sun rose he bad
fallen down to worship it.
Tne depressions in the rock wer
alout an inch depp; the upper edges
showing no abrasions from thoefl'ect of
storms, rains, hail or snow, but sharp,
as if but just cut with a chisel.
How long thi'y hud been there, or
who niii'le thuni, no one could tell.
The oltlest inhabitants could give no
light upon the subject. They were
there when the first whites came to the
country, a luindied ami fifty or more
years uelure; nor could the Indians
give any traditions respecting thorn.
S'jin.j Mippiwd the rock must have
be-n soflwlii-n the man stood thero
and fell upon his knees and hands, so
that bis feet, kne- s and hands Mink iu
to di! as into soft clay; but there were
no impressions of his feet when going
to or from the places where lie appar
ently stood and kneeled.
The rock must have buen in the same
state in tll parts of it, and if so jft iu
one place as to nlKnrthe innii to sink,
it most have been so elsewhere. This
settles Hie (piesti'in as to the 'pinlity of
the rock. The apparent foot and other
pritiU luiiit, therefore, have been the
work of men's hands, with tools harder
than the rock; and, as there is no data
as to who tbey were, one gin-s is as
good as another; and it is xssible that
some of the Norsemen, who are said to
have visited this country several hun
dred centuries before the discoveries of
Columbus, might have been cast ujwn
these shores, and being, a some have
said, worshipers of thu miii. thus left
the evidence f their presence.
Within a few years the vandal qtiar
rierers have ttikeu thu rock away for
building purposes, and probably thoso
singular excavations have not been pre
beived. ) i
'Klevcn years our daughter suffered on a
n:d of misery under the cure ol several ol
the best (and fonie of the worst ) physicians,
who gave, her disease various names but uo
relict, and now she is restored to m in
good health by as simple a remedy as Hop
Hitters, that we had ihmiIicu at lor two
year?, before Using it. We earnestly hope
ami nray that no one also will let their sick
suffer as we did, on account of prejudice
against so good amedicino as nop Kilters.
The parents. Telegram.
Making a Raise.
John IIhvs. Credit P. ).. savs that for
nine months he roiild not raise his hand to
his head through lumeiuMS in the shoulder,
but by the use of Thomas' Electuic Oil
he was entirely cured. Paul (?. Schuh.
Hoils, pimples on the face, suit Kheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like magic when Dr. Lindsey's
blood Heitrcher is used.
The Popular Demand.
So great has been the popular demand
for the celebrated remedy Kidney Wort,
that it is having an immense Bale from
Maine to California. Home have found it
iuconvenient to prepare it from tho dry
compound. For such tho proprietors now
trc Dare it in liotlid form. Thin ran ho nm-
cured at thu druggists. It has precisely
mo same etieci as tno ory, but is very con
centrated o that the dose is much smaller.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Bloomer, Virgille, N.Y. writes:
"Thomas' Kclectric Oil cuied a badly swol
len neck and sore throat in forty-eight
hours. My wife was also cured ot a lamo
foot in twenty-four houro." Paul 0. Schuh,
Sif.cE vitality or nervous strength Is en
gendered most speedily by the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of HypophosphiteH,
if is tho remedy calculated not only to miti
gate tho violence of wasting diseases, and
induce a rapid recovery, but also to protect
such as uso UTrom being attacked by epi
demic maladies. .
Dr. Klino's Great Nervo Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits Btoppcd froo. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Tenn.
DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING,
Col. Edgeworth. an iDVeterat) gam.
bier, having lost all bis ready cash at the
enrd-Utblo, borrowed his wife's diamond
earrings, nod sinking them, had a turn
of luck, aud lose a winner in the end;
whereupon he solemuly vowed nevei
to touch cards or dice again. And yet
before the week was out he was pulling
straws from a rick, and betting upon
which should provo tho longest; keep
iug as strictly to the letter of his prom,
ise us the hard drinker .who vowed to
eschew intoxicating fluid as long as he
had a hair on his head; aud un hour
afterward emerged from a barber's
shop with a smooth-shaven poll, and
then got tiisy with a clear conscience!
In oneof Voltaire's romances, tho cyu
leal poet represents a widow, in thu
depth of her disconsolateness, vowing
she will never marry ugain "as long as
tho river flows by the side of tho hill."
A few months go by. The widow, be
thinking herself that there are still good
fish in the sea, grows more cheerful,
and takes counsel with a clever engin
eer. Ho sets to work; tho river is di
verted fron its course; it no longer
Hows by t ie sido of the hill, and tho
ladyexchnngos her weeds for a bridal veil
Feeding Ewes and Lambs
If your ewes with lambs are strong
and healthy and have some range, you
find corn good feed. Feed lightly at
first when it is fed alone. When feed
ing corn you will find corn-fodder an
excellent addition, as there is no better
food producing a good flow of milk
than corn grown for fodder and prop
erly cured. If fed on ttiis, the lambs
will come strong and healthy. After a
few feels of corn there will bo uo dan
ger of the sheep eating more than they
need. Jf you have no rye pasture or
corn-fodder begin feeding about two
weeks before the ewes begin to drop
their lambs, a very wet, but not a thin,
slop, proportioned as follows: One-half
bran, one-fourth oaU and one-fourth
uorn.Diise I, put to soak twelve or twenty-four
hours betoie it is fed. You will
tind that Uiis feed, in addition to elover
or timothy hay, will promote the final
development of the lamb, strengthen
the ewe, increase the secretion of milk,
etc. If you wish to fatten any sheep in
tho flock, separatu them from the oth
ers and feed moro liberally with corn.
t'atin ami Fii ist'iic.
Perhaps the most agreablo incident
of the recent roval levee in London, says
the London Wot H, was old Admiral
Sartorius he U D2 goin' prist with his
two sons on their appointment to tho
Victoruv Cross. . There is only one
other man in Kngland who can boast
such a chevron on his escutcheon, and
tint is Colonel Hugh (tough, who aNo
has two sons possessing each a Victoria
TheKev. Charles F. Seldon, of Ilor
nellsville, N, Y., has been suspended
from his church and ministry on ac
count of immoralities, lie is a mar
ried man. about 30 years old, and a na
tive of Wisconsin. He will be formally
tried at the session of tbe Dath district
conference in S-ptembor. His reputa
tion until recently has been good.
Australia has added to other natural
anomalies atish on legs. Tbe "Eclipse"
expedition has dredged up one of them,
and the creature placed upon the deck,
raised itself on its four legs and
walked! Yet to all intents and pur
poses the thing was a fish, with lina,
aud a tail and gills. Another wonder
of the same expedition was the rats.
The voyogers stopped ou a small is
land which was over-run with rats
but the rats were yellow, ehotnut, ami
In (ijoi alienle, Mexico, a poor wo
man went to church recently with a
child in her arms, which cried and dis
turbed the discourse of the priest, who
ordered the woman at once to take tho
innocent out of the house of fiod; the
woman not ol eying immediately, the
priest descended from tho pulpit,
seized tbe child, banged it over tho
head, and then jabbing it under the
pulpit, continued his dip xmrse.
Ou opening the colli a of a little
daughter of Meredith Kondrick, buried
nt Scwman, Ga., twenty-two years ago,
tho child was seen with every feature
just as perfect as the day it was put in
the grave. In its hands was the little
boinpiet of flowers which was put there
upon its burial day, perfectly pre
served. Its cheek was slightly more
florid than when buried. The child
was uot buried until three days after
death, and was then brought from
Fayettcville for interment
Tho Grand Duke Nicholas is des
cribed as the wreck of his former self.
As distinguished Russians entertain tho
grand duke, however, it may be as
sumed that he is not in so bad odor as
he used to be in St. Petersburg. Ho
looks around him iu every direction
before he speaks, and when he opens
his mouth it is to let fall broken and
confused sentences meaning nothing,
and yet expressing a terror-stricken
mind. Constantino, who has been
looked upon as the Richard III. of the
family, is to reside at Livadia, virtually
in exile. -
In a letter on "H'uuotalism" to the
London Times, M. Heuri Ccrnushi con
tests the theory that the English peo
ple prefer gold to silver. England, he
argues, possesses thirty millions of
gold sovereigns lying permanently in
the banks, and thirty millions in the
hands of the public, together with
twenty millions of debased silver coin.
When international bimetallism id
adopted by England, there will be iu
tho Hank of England, siJe by aide,
gold bars and silver bars, the biter to
be the first employed for paying all
foreign countries except Scandinavia
and Portugal. Rut no change will be
imposed ou people's habits, Tho hi
motullio reform will not even be visible
to the naked eye.
The Hook and Ladder Company of
Oswego, N. Y., own a dog named
"Truck," whoso services are csteenrod
moro valuable than those of any of the
firemen. Recently tho alarm bounded
while the men were a block awav and
out of healing. Rut they heard the
dog balking furiously and knew what
lie meant. Hastening to the house and
opening the door, they found "Truck"
greatly excited, with his lamp In hh
mouth, running to ami fro between the
horses and tho door, to inform them
that an alarm had como in. Tho men
understood and hurried to tho tiro, the
dog running as usual with Lis lantern
in bis moutfi.
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She was decorating her room with
pictures, and she perched Ids photo up
ou the topmost nail. Then she sat
down to admlra her work, and re
marked quietly: "Now everything is
lovely, aud the goose hangs high!"
Oae Way to Eaiso tho Wind.
The men of Hilliard. a small Wyom
ing mining town on tho Union Pacific
Railroad, were spoiling for a spree, but
lacked tho money to pay for it. At
this juncture the passengers on a train
were bonified at the sight of a rough
looking man bound fast to a telegraph
pole, while a party of miners were sus
pending a nooso from a branch of a
tree. Tho prisoner beggod the travel
ers to rescue him, but the miners said
that he Wan a thief, and had justly been
condemned to death. It was intimated,'
however, that thf payment of $100, the
amount he had stolen, would secure his
liberation. Tho money was hastily ,
contributed, and the train went on,
carrying tho rescued man along; but
he jumped off at the next station, and.
got back to Hilliard in time to take part
in tho revelry.
The f -imily of the Crown Prince of
Germany converse in English, and
Queen Victoria and her children often
converse in Gorman. The best German
society, it is said, rarely makes uso of
The Minster's Cow.
Some years ago ihero lived iu Central
Now York a very wo' thy but eccentric
divine, known as Father Gross. He
had a hired man named Isaac, who al
wavs obeyed orders without questions.
Father Gross bought a new cow one
day which prove'l refractory when
milked, refusing to render the lacteal
fluid, although Isaac used all the per
suasive arts of which ho was master.
Uo finally reported tbe delinquencies to
"Well. Isaae," said he," go to the
barn and get tho.se now pieces of rope."
Isaac obeyed; the cow was driven into
the stable, tied with tho pieces of the
rope, when the Rev. came out armed
with a knife.
"Now" he exclaimed to isaac, "I
will get on the cow's buck nnd you tie
my feet beueuth her, and then you go
on with your milking and with my
weight on her back she must give down
Isaac obeyed. The feet were tied,
the pail got and milking commenced.
Rut bossy objected aud plunged wild
ly nlxiut. The stable was low and the
Rev.'s head was fearfully thumped.
"O, Isaac," bawled be. "cut the rope."
Isaac seized tha knife aud cut, not
the rope; which tied the master's
feet but the one that tied the cow.
The stable door was good, also tbe
While madly careering-down tho
street, he met a parishioner who ex
"W'hy, Mr. Gross, where are you go
ing?" "Only God and this cow knows,"
groaucd he; "I don't."
The animal was finally caught, and
tbe man released, much scared, but un
hurt. Traveling" Men
Cud it hard to keep in good health, owing
to the constant change of water, diet, aud
the jarring of the cars. All these things
injure the kidneys, while Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure is certain to coun
ORDINANCE no. to.
ANNUAL Ari'Ror-lUATtOS BILL.
An ordinance providing for the animal appropria
tion for thu ncal vear. ending April with, is,v.',
and dlrvctinu that certain auexpeuiUd balance
be charged back and covered iuto the tremury :
He it ordained by the city council of tbe city of
Sr.cTiosl. That rn much of the amount ap
propriated in an ordinance providi-g; for the an
nual approj nations lor the tlecal year, ending
April ;mth, l'Wl.a remained unexpended May 1ft.
ISM. be and '.hcsauie are hereby charged hack Hiid
covered into the treasury to be again approprint
ed ae hereinafter provided.
Section. That for the pnrpoee of dcfravlne tho
necceoarv ei.pense aud coal of Improvement of
theciiy tor the ncl yeir. beninninj May Int. lssl.
and endlnil April :50th. 1SSJ, aud for payinu certain
liahtlHiea already incurred, the following turn
(Including amount directed to be charged hack
In i-ctlou oneol i hie orillnuiice) or eo much there
of an niHV he required, he aud they are hereby ap
propriated to the following purpoaee. vi.:
rn:T-KitoN tub oenkkal fund
I. To pay calarie of the regular cily officer aud
police forte. $lu,:,00.
J. To pay coal of replrlnc and portions of a
eewmi'iit asainut the city lor conetructing aud ru
cmitntctlui! nidi-walk", JAO'O.
i. To pay cot ol filling aud Improving the ttroeta
of the city and portion of any em-aanmnt analnU
the city for any auch linproveinriii, fin.oui.
I. To pay coat of draiiinc nw eerary to be done
within tho' city, Indiuliiiu coat of drainage pipe,
5. To defray the expenses of the fire department,
iiuluilinu ' donated to tho anchor fire company
and nlioi In Py for new hoao for said fire
H. To defray the expeneet of tho hoard of health
in carrying into effect tho ordtuaucut relating to
the public health, II.MM. ...',
7. To pav extieiiee of the city clerk t nice and
con.ctl chamber. $iS0
9 To pay expense of nuiiualclty election. lion.
Topuvcoetof dietiiie priaoncra lu city jnil
and cxm nea of the Jail, $l.tM.
10. To pay coat oi city priming, .
II To pay cotipoea for intercut from new
boniia of tho city dated July lat, iS.Tj,
and inui'd purniaiit In an election
held June 'i". 1ST, provided aald intereat shall only
hepaldaforlheaaldmiw b nd are delivered In
exchange for old honili, n provided In ordlnanco
No 'Jl, Hb.JOO and lo any turn remaining unex
pended from prrvloua appropriation tor aaid pur-
' 'ij' To pay for fa furulelied street lamp, $.1,500
IS To pmchaeo property and pay for erecting
city bnlldiiu', t5.U"0.
II To provide forcontinjent expeneo. 2,0W.
Total from General Kund, JijO-OTiO
rmm nAit.noAi) mur fund.
For Improving Hsllroad Hi. between Ht. Charlei
ttreet and Fourteenth street, tho balance now In
said Mind in tho city treasury together with any
money Hint may como into aaid fuud from aalo of
nortionsof railroad ttrlp between said "treel,.
P Al proved July 1. A IKISOI.
AP N.B. TH1ST KWOOU.Mayor.
AnxsT:-D. J. FOLEY, City Clerk,
IlMMEK'S MANtTAL llonse and tlgn paint
ing rrainme. vanishing, polishing, kalaotolng
c , W) ctt. Uook of Alphabet' , SO. Book of Fancy
All'ihahelt. !W. rilgu. Carriage, Car, Fresco, and
Oecoratlvo Painting, tV). Japanese ornameutatlon
t Standard Sign Writer, $1. Standard Scroll
took. ft. Hcrolla andOrnamonta,(Londolphe $1.
if U'ks'ler.orby mall. , JB38K 11ANEY Jb
CO. UNann itreot, N. Y.
JULY 15, 1881.
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Worth Its Wetght m Gold.
C "it r e S
EHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMATISH. COUGHS AND
Sold by all Dinggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
EKIff DISEASES, SHEUHATISM.
CATA&BH, HEM0ERH0IDS, Et. Also for
. Coneh. Colds, Sore Throat, Cronp
y rTry them. 25 and SO cent sixes
fc- GBAND MEDAL AT THK PHILAniXPHIA EIPOHITIftN.I
SILVER MEDAL AT THIS PAJlltt EXPOSITION. COLGATE & CO., B.Y.
For sale by C. W. .Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
TIE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BROADWA.Y NEW-YOKK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W.N.CRAINE. General Manager for Illlnoh, Iowa, NVbrtwka, and the
Teri'itorlt'8, 108 Dearborn Street, Clileajro.
E. A. BTJENETT, Agent.
Oilier Twelfth St., and Washinfftou Ave., Cairo, IlUtioia
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Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 6
Vweline tuch at
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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and Diphtheria, etc
Aa agreeable form of talk
ing Vueline iatemaBj.
of all oar goods.
25 CENTS A BOX.
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