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IWIN6 TO H010 D0WNV
llTAM BOUND TO RISt
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum orimy iiiJiiriMin kii1jsuiih-oh cim be found
la Androw' roarlBakiriK Powder. Ih ik
ttvcly PURE. Being eml'irscd, ami telliiioiiluln
received iriim sueli olimir-t!- usS. lni.nn llnys, lion,
ton; M. Deliifontuiiie, of ('liicauo; ami UukUiviu
Rode, Milwaukee.. Never nibl In I'lilk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
40 Mii liipiu Av. i7. A. '.'1 K. Water.
Evorv Coraet la wcvrn i ;t
factory to its wearer 111 mi i y nv,
or tlx money will bo refunded lv
thoiiwaou from whom il witb lioiirlit.
Thnnlv'iri,( piiiMiiniwl liv "ir 1. " ! i t j - .M I. I.in i
not Inlnrlou. in I he wiwt.-r. . :. cm" l-.v l'h'w
tlio ' ' iiiut ooliifni inll' uii'i 1 1 llllll'tf I 'iiwl I'VIT
""ulR PIUI, liv Mull. ri.i.ie.- 'VMi
Health I'rcucrvlim, l..V. l:"li:. ' f,w
Abdnmluul ctruliciiy v!.on. Nn-lu. tl.r.O
Health l'r'rilii 'flue iwiKH . (;o. I'urHtcuu
For null- tiy l.uillnu li-O.II rvr Li re.
CHICAGO COIfobl ., Cl.icaiio, III.
la a prcparatliin of Rrotoxldc of Iron, Peruvian
Park ami Hie riiosph:it, associated with tlio
Vegetable Aromatic. Kndorncd liy Hit Medical
Profwilon, ami recommended by them for lya
nepaln. Urn-rl llrlillll.t. t ciiiiile IM.
run, Want of V llnlMy. -rn l"rw
lrlln, tiininli-M'rtiri' Iroiu -pr
nil t lirnnli-4 lillU ! l oiff. Hacrvta
eerjr purjionu wlntre a '1u.sk: in nect-asaty.
Minntictttrcd by The Dr. IlatliT Medicine Co, St. Louis.
Tli following In one of Hie vory uiatiy toitlmo
blalaive art) receiving tlally:
SnWmi.-SoniPthn'P monlliit jiro 1 hepsn ttia
oae of 1K. II MtTKit'H Ikon Tunic, iiiioii llic at
lrf of tunny fileiuls lio knrw tu vlrlius. 1
ufffriiiK frinu ifi'i'ml rtuiilllty to nnh an extent
thalniy lalmr wmexi-frilliiKb liMriU nmiine tome.
A varatlonof a month tlll not (ilvr ine imn li re
lief, but on the contrary, :m rullowed by In.
crranFd prtmtrntlon ami fink Iner ilillln. At tlitl
time 1 began the tine of your Inos Tunic, from
which 1 rrallr.i'il Almost tuinii illatc ami womlcrlul
reault. TlieolilciKTiy ri turm il anil I fotiiullhat
my natural force waa not permanently almtcil. I
hare used three liottlcdof fhcTnSic. Since unltiR
It I have dune twice the labor that I ever did In the
aame lime during in v Hlnc". and with doiihln the
eaae. Willi the Iramiull m rve and vik'h ol body,
liai come alMi a clcamem of tlmncht never tiefura
en.loynl. If the Tunic linn iml dmie the work, I
know out what. I Ivc !t the ereilll.
J. T. WATHI1.'.
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, IB7S. Pastor t lirtatluu Church.
'"Sils DruggUts and Genoul Dealers Everywhert
J M CELEBRATED
Uli the roiic.nrr.-M t. Hilinnv ol the ,ul,lr. and
tlm inmllf al nrl-idun, tleit. lloctctti iH Kto a ich
iptV.'Ta ui' dUlne which achieve rci-nll.i. meed
"'' ' tlHirmitfta and benign II-MiIi h rcclllvlni;
uirni-r.u HivivorKte. llm f,-ebb-, rotiuuern
kidney aud bladder omniumi., n,i ,K ti,
"imaicuceui-eol I luce ri-r..,v:liii! Irum .n bllne
iitaeaana Moreover il la ihe Krainl interne Itr
- mint KT?,
Knraalw u all I)ruu'it and denh r ui'tierally.
S TARTU ?JO
LOST MANHOOD RESTORCD
Avintimol nt,tt relcm,, e,v. ,. lv ,' .
tun "'., N' rv'.iu l.. .,.e. l. .., y ,, ,',,,!' -
.cd,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, ' y ;
Boat noud and u.TAarul ..iiJh iSu." if1!.
(BOW retlredi lor Iherureof V,,.,-,,,, njutui-
as plaluat'.u.uvlui.r.. Uru.i,!,, B1,
Mdn$ OR. WARD 4 CO., Uui.iim, Ma.
jz A . 7m5 o
I I K'lllJ-
UfiDPral i'arm Notes.
It in nut best U ivnew tlio urclmrd by
planting young nplo trt'es in tlio pluecs
intule vai'iuil by llm dnrny and duMt ruc
tion of tint old onos. To a certain ex
tent tlio niiilen.'il needed for tlio growth
of tho ripplo wood Ims been extracted
from tho soil, and many of the enemies
with whicli tho njtplo lias to contend
have found a location thero. It js bet
ter to supply a vacancy with a treo of
Homo other fruit, or perhaim leave it va
cant, and plant a now orchard in some
Care in chosing valuable varieties of
fruit, in preparing the soil, in planting
the trees, in cultivating and nruning
them, in thinning tho surplus oil' and in
picking the fruit all this goes for
naught in the final outcome unless tho
marketing of tho fruit is well done.
Many a man toils hard the year through,
and yet fails to reap his deserved re
ward because ho has neglected the art
of neat packing.
The observations of Dumas, Tcyen
and Houissingault have shown the fact
that a cow gives healthy milk in exact
proportion to tho surplus of food be
yond what is necessary for her own
maintenance. If the nnimal is kept on
food barely miflicient for proper nourish
ment, the milk produced must bo at a
loss fd animal tissue, with general de
terioration of the milk and also of the
Two or tlueo hives of bees can bo
kept as well as not on every farm, and
with the present progress of beo keep
ing a large tpianlity of good extracted
honey can he procured at no expense,
except for starling. With movable
frames and a smoker, bees nre as trad
able as chickens, and comb foundation
can be iiouoht and placed in the hive
ami the bees can go right to work.
A novelty in the utilization of wire
fences consi.'its ill insulating one of the
cuiil iniiotis wires and connecting its
ends with the opposite poles of a bat
tery. Animals romiug in contact with
this wire will receive a shock from the
electric current which will ell'cctually
debar tln in. it is s;iid, from attempting
to break down or override fences of this
A correspondent of the lUmismilk
ami Wliirlirri'jlit says: "Tin! best reme
dy that I have eer found for horses
I'lii'kinj, or striking their hind shoes
against the forward ones, i i lo put on
high toe ealks and low heels on the
hind shoes. If toy brother smiths are
incredulous concerning this remedy. I
advise them to try it and be con
vinced." Hundreds of fanners in lViuvlvani.'i
have turned Ihoir addition to lish cul
ture. Many have stocked ponds and
streams, and in ido.. ca.-vs they have
been micccs-JiiI, especially with carp,
and in a few year'' I hey will depend up
on lish for a subsistence as much as up
on any oilier '"mi product.
In t'l'dcr ot eiiriiness of green fodder
plants that have been cultivated at the
experimental farms, lucerne is lirst,
then cumfrey, red clover, rye, tares,
oats, millet, rape, corn, and cabbage..
An average, production of thirteen tons
green weight and three tons dry weight
l'ine slumps may be morn profitably
removed by blasting with dynamite
than by a slump puller. A large pine
stump reijuires very e rent force to bo
pulled out of the ground, but it is easily
torn to pieces and thrown out. by two
to four ounces of dy naiuite.
For iron rust, take dry cream of tar
tar and rub on with the linger w hilu tho
cloth is wet. Hang or placv where the
sun will shine directly upon it. Should
the ruM not come out with the lir.st ap
l'roteine, the basis of animal tissue,
is in many vegetable substances. Anal
yses have shown that manured meadow
grass contains l'J per cent, of protcine,
while iinmaniircd coniains only 9 per
All concentrated fertilizers should bo
applied by broadcasting, in preference
lo placing (hem in the hill, as too largo
a quantity in a small area is sometimes
fatal to seeds.
The Engineer Was Warned.
Au engineer while riding on his en
gine in front of a train down the moun
tain steeps of tin- Clearfield Hranch,
Pennsylvania, recently, alter testing the
quantity of water in his boiler by iisino
the two upper gauges, which iiidieateil
that, all was right, heard a voice. "Try
tho lower gauge.'' The voice w as loud
and distincf, and he says was the voico
of his father, w ho has been dead for
(soiuo year. After looking around to see
him lie opened the lower gauge, and
found no w ater. The boiler was foam
ing, and the engineer says but for his
timely warning all would have been
blown up in ten minutes. W'illiamznort
This case of seared females comes
from Newburg, N. V. The other night
some poor lone females heard noises
and thought, of course, burglars were
in the house. Two (led to tho attio
screaming murder, whiiea third iniupecf
unharmed from a second utory window
and alarmed tho neighbors. Several
men, armed, went cautiously throne-h
the house, to rind a loose w indow-bliud
damming in the wind.
Adjourned Special Mcutiui;.
Caiho. 111., July 27th, 1883. (
l'u'sent-llig Honor Mayor Thistlcwood,
and Ablernan Ulukc, Halliday, Ihnrhes,
McIInle, Swohoda and Wood (I.
Abscnt-Hinkle, Kiuil.nmKli, I'atierand
Mayor stated that tho meeting whs an
adjourned special meeting for the transit
tion of general business.
Ordinance committee reported back or
dinHnce providing for tho annual appro
priation bill with the recommendation that
the ordinance bo amended so that the ap
propriation for drainage bu increased to
$3,000, and then whoa ho amended that it
Alderman Wood moved to receive re
port. Motion carried.
Alderman Ualliday moved that tho item
recommended by ordinauce committee
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 29, 1888.
(namely increasing appropriation for drain
age from $3,000 to $3,000) bo adopted.
Ordinance as amendod read at length
the second time.
Alderman II inkle appeared in Ida hoat
during the reading of ordinance.
Alderman Ualliday moved lo adopt or
dinance as read and amended.
Motion cariied by the following vote:
Ayes Rlako, Ualliday, Iliokle, Hughcc,
Mcllalc, Swoboda and Wood 7.
Committee on police, jail and fire de
partment reported as follows on petitions of
Mark Kain, H. C. and W. C.Johns, and
Nick Williams referred to them at previous
We recommend tho adoption of an ordi
nance granting prayer of within petitioner,
aud that tho ordinance committee be in
structed to report such ordinance.
C. N. IIuohks,
C. O. Patikh,
Com. on P., J. & F. 1).
Alderman Mcllalo moved to adopt re
port. Alderman Wood called for a division of
Report on petition of II. C. and W. C.
Johns was submitted.
Report adopted by tho following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hughes, Mcllale and
Nays Ualliday, Ilinkle and Wood-'3.
Report of committee on petitions of Mark
Kain and Nick Williams adopted.
Alderman Hinklo presented petition of
citizens asking that sidewalk? on Eighth
street aud Levee, adjacent to Eighth street,
be replaced at once.
Alderman Hughes moved that petition
be referred to committee on streets with
instruction to build such a walk as will
enable pedestrians to travel with safety.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Swoboda and Wood 0.
Nays Mcllale 1.
Alderman Wood offered the following
Resolved, That the city clerk be ana is
hereby instructed to advertise the pro
posals to construct a sidewalk on west side
of Walnut street, between Eleventh and
Fourteenth streets; also a sidewalk on east
side of Walnut street, between Fourteenth
and Fifteenth streets.
Alderman Mcllale moved to amend res
olution by adding sidewalk on south side
of Fifth street, between Washington and
Walnut. Amendment adopted. Resolution
ns aniendeil adopted.
On motion of Alderman Hughes meeting
adjourned. I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
All kidney and urinary complaints, ts
pecially Rriyht's disease, diabetes and liver
troubles, Hop Bitters will surely and last
mgly cure. Cases exactly like your own
have been cured in your own neighborhood,
and you can find reliable proof at home of
what Hop Bitters has and can do.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness bo common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, nnd will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle. Hold by Um. E.
''How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?" "I always have Parker's Oinger
Tonic handy, " was tho reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When 1 am well I always feel good natured.
See othtr column.
Ail Eiiiiro Success.
It has been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectrrc Oil is au
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description.
Paul 0. Schuh Agent.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
aud ague, and malaria, are cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
Tlio invslid finds in "Dr. Lindsoy's Blood
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all druggists.
A Grinning Death's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server, than a row of disclored teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful Sow
lout, whieh whitens yellow teeth, imparts
ruddiness and hardness to colorless, tin
healthy gums, nnd a floral balmiuess to tho
breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondrously attractive in consequence of its
use. Leading actresses and cantatrices re
gard it as incomparable.
TiucOrand Central Hotel, C07 Broadway
New York city, is one of tho finest, if not
the finest, hotel in New York city. Recently
thoroughly renovated and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, and
charges exceedingly moderate. 200 Rooms
on European plan ' at $1.00 and upwards
per day, also a good restaurant attached.
Nearly a MiracK
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamton, N.Y.,
writes: I suffered for neveral months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoul
ders. I lost my spirits, appetite and color,
aud could with difficulty keep up all day.
My mother prociued some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain ainco first week after usinu
them, and am now quite woll. Price $1
Paul Q. Schuh, Agent.
Chills and Fever.
Blminona Liver Hcgtl'
tutor Hion breuki the
chill" ami carrion the
fever out ol tho v vale in.
il curei when all other
V if tho relief and cure
of till dlMroantllK Uta
t'umi tine Sliuiiiona Llr
Tho Regulator will toiilllvly cure tills tu.rllile
illseiiHn, W'v HDHert emphatically wbat we know to
iiotilil not he regarded a a trltlliiK ailment. Na
turn (temanilii tho utmost regularity of the houln.
Therefore asnVt nature by taklnij Hnnmoiia Liver
KcKUlittor. It is liartuk'iiK, mild and eticcltiivl.
One or two tiililcHponnfulH will relieve all tbo
Iron bleu Incident to a bllloim tate, audi aa Nauea
IhzzincHii, lirowKliu'HH, I)lntreaa alter eating, a bit
ter hint liif to In the mouth.
I'eriniua may avoid all uttark by ocraalonally
Ukinn a iliiioiof Klinmoni l.tvur Hcul.iliir to keep
the liver in hculthy action.
generally urUinu from a (Unordered (domach, can
he corrected brtuklnu Simmon Liver Regulator.
Hlminona Liver Kegiilal. rmon eradicate Hilt ill
eae from the aatein, leaving tliu tiklu clear and
free from nil i iniurltie.
Children mile-ring wlih colic oon experience re
lief when himmoiiH Liver Regulator la ailnnnli'tor
ed. Adults iilcn derive great lietiellt from till"
medicine. It is not unpleasant; it la hurmlea
and elieiilve. Turdy vegetabla,
B J j A D D E 1 1 & K I DN E Y S
Mont of i he dlceai-ea ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidney. Reetoru the action of the
liver fully and holh (he kldueya and Madder will
rnVTake onlv the genuine, w hich always ba on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
J.1I.ZEIE1N & CO.,
For ale by all drugi'lsl.
II you sutTer from dyrpepsla, use
IICHIKICK RI.OOI) BITTERS.
If yon are alllli ted with biliousness, nse-
nt llPOCK llL(K)I) HITTERS,
If you are prostrated with sick headache, take
III KitOc K HI.OOI) HITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
111' H Lot K IILOOD BITTERS.
If your bloml Is Imiiure, purify It with
Ill RDOC K IILOOD BITTERS
If you lutve Indigeitlon, you will find d antidote in
IIVRDOCIC BLOOD BITTF.RS.
If yon aro troulik'd ttlth spring compla.tit, eradi
cate them with Itl'RDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your liver Is torpid restore II lo healthy adlon
witfc BL'RIiOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver Is affected you will find a sliure restor
ative in lll'RDOCR IILOOD BITTERS
If you have any species of linrnor or pimple, fall
not to tako BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any slmplom of ulcara or icrofuloua
lores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURROCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing ran equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous aud Oeneral Debility, tone np the
aystemwith ;HURl)OCK BLOOD BITTERS.
l'lkll'E tl run iiotti.e; Tiiul iiotti.m, KKT,
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BUFFALO, N. Y.
Korsalehy I'AULO. SCHUH. Ci)
Jjklfl YOUIt CAPITAL
Investors of small and inoilimii
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limiitlia on thia fund i;h 71 iht
mini.'. AdhMH I M'MMINfi .V
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We want n lival acent In
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liiflil'i. (foul hiv (,,, ii resiKiiml.
ile, etiti 'iprbLiu man. Writu (
r FllANK TOOMKY,
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Tonic, into a ineiliciue
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