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TOT DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY "MORNING, JANUARY is, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AN I) WEEKLY.
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Publisher and Proprietor.
VrUE ONLY MEDICINE
ki3 m viTiiiit i wii iii nit niiv vnnw
fi Tbnt Acfantfrieaiiirieilinr u
UmWW TLTS BOWELS,
m mmwm. nrFrrr warn stow mmm
!WHY ARE WE SICK?
Jlunuti we idlow Ihtie grtat organt to
UtiUcaiM cloaotd or torjud, aim jmhihuiu
f-thumurinri thertfart fvrctit into tlm bkA m
JJJ that thoiilJieexptlUu naturally,
WILL SURELY CURE
PILTH, COXITirATlOX, I KINAItY
DISKANKS, Fi:Ull.E WKKMHt,
AND M;itY(l IHKOKOfcHH,
htj caitilnij fret arfioti if thtu iirrjimt and
rt$torln j Ihrtr wrr to ViTVic r,ff dwu'.
Why suffer Bilious psln and srheiit
Whf ti.rnicnted with I'll en, lontiiUont
Why frightened oirrtlUnrilrrod klilncjnt
Will endurs. iirrrous or sick h-lrht
D KI II N E Y-WO H T in J Tiynrt in hiiith
Itl.T-ut "!' I" "rv VfKubl Torm, In tin
cjioiir katfrxf whlli itmki nil -inaru u(
riM-dlriuo. Also In Mquld Form, Tt-r ( ohti-
L.) Irtl, f'T tbuw caiiiwv n aiii iy t pan it
M t fit " t ltl) jual onVii-nt-y lo MtWi-r fnrra.
4 c;i.r it or vovu UKUimT. i we, ei.oo
M WfXLS.UlClIAUPSWI Ao..Prop'i,
II (WlH -ol Uio dry po Pld-) BlTOIMTrOU, Tl.
617 Ft. ( liarl'-s hired, Sf. Louis, Xo.
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Unr-ury fcyj''-!. Ma or K rctinii Aflrfn of
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AU3i.-.i 'n, d.''iitjr, iiintn'-of iitht fJt -iv-n mi i
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Huh, !( iw-iuiu fMcr,n'0t: ll.t;!.rt rjsr
Tiw l.i-i'cpur,nr(ij,fnujinintlyr'irwij. ('w,. r..iiMn
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H tinp. M'Jicinf -at l.jr mU or iijrtM. i nin
irin"wl. Who. diuLl "ri it Utrucilr taHi.
MARRIAGE I pas,
Plf1tIs. I GUIDEI
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I'.IImmi'ii i.'in-!: Who inr u.irr, ni not w'i v
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n.iirv , -.w Ufnnl ftiiinnwunittj l' la-i .t.fl.'t4
ul --i'iImh r r.mt fliv cdil m mri. 'I how ranfru-d
if cm't rru.haxj ta-U''.iit r..tit Iht-oktwv -m-dr
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701 C'lennut S. St. Louis, Mo. o'd .
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It (wdnn Ali(l diin r-iliin tn.ia
iw-if.nM iM txrws or t ;jo'ii curwl for HN'V.-itti
niMirino.' A'lli Iw. C'liKfK; low. 'jiltor wnui
'! urrv t r-witi-lnn.n. Svmv'.onl Jty:K f-rni nip
fflARRi ACE GUIDES
A TInnhlB IMnrovorr nrt Kow I)prtur In Md.
f-i.l h'i..oci. aq HOtirt'ty Nwwand wnlitvily HtttH'tl
(j.itu 'lir nr t!ieBi ilv And iwniAnt-ot urn( e nil
il EiulKRinna and Iiupotency hj th only tru9
vn.v, tib! Dlroct Apj licullon totb prluciil Sit
tlio lnmu nvUuK lij AhBorptJtm, anil Hirtln
lr. vimi'i!V lniliK.n.na Ihf BununiU VRnlcloa. Klno
Hjry Dur:UJ.Pr)BUitGUinJ.aad Urolftra. I'll
nwnf (tin llMiuiMlliiaiUn(lc1 will) no uilu uf Inooo.
ioli-aii and ik utt liitnrfwrw with the onlioair
t.un.ulm oi lifni It la qnU'kly rtlr.lv1 and KHm J-
.r :m1. prodiK-i nir an iiaiuix! Utiiioot lit w: and rwitor
uf lv :: uuou tbo wsuaJ ul nervous orv.ml.
tionrwrcckHt froinwlfhusnaixl kiimwhj-, atmiulca
tli (train from tba ev't'im. r.torlim tlio niiiid to
bmJtb and Bound tnrniory. remolnn tbo Dimnea
of eiHlit, Rorvout Debility, Conlualon of Ideaa,
Avt-ndon to bocluty.nto.,eu;., and the aiirwaraiy-n
ct j-.ri-niat.nre old btfo urunlW a.-comi;anln tlitt
It, bu bono dwmiiat f irroara. 'J'hla mods of tnt.
..t. h... Klruwl t )1 lAkMt In VI1IT ftf)Vt-rS CaiMHI. hOl tfl
cuw a i)n-nmDxl ui-r-s. DrUR a too much pro.
eortlwd In tbe trnublo,and,aimanjran boar wit-
i)r to, Willi mil union wjiwram ".
1h oo Noii'-n alHint this I'n-i-aratmn. l'raotlral oo-
.11 -.Li... n n.Miii lc-i.lv criinrnntiW tniit it)
Will KlYHBiUlHluction. YlurlnB tbo BUtbt jinani tbat
It ban boon in uonoral UKO, w buT thounanilaof-twll-mi'iil
U ax to lU) TBluo. and It U now couewled br th
Mf-diial J'mfMwion to u Uio tn-wt rattmiiU miwoa yt
eiirow-red of roacblnMii'lciirinir thin very )mvalnt
i l.l.. .U.i I.. ..ll lu. t.hn f-AUHO Of Utlblld
nilwiry lo ao niany.and upon whom quncM pr.-y jwtm
t'itr uw.li.ba noHtrnnu and bl loan. I be JwHmwty
In put up In oat bow, of tlinw tw. No. ."
tobwt ni nub,) 3; No. 8. (mifljolont to-"t'.'ui"
maiii-ot cunt, unlw in novrrn cji. 01 fi
laMnB fiver throe moutliH, will W.ou ernlion" " '
nwlor Tltror In the womt lvKa
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HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHTHST1
Market and 8th 51$. ST. LOUIS, ivio.
nlim.winln TliMoniww. And :1J(IVH tt niltlOll-
al riM'iitiitlnn tnrounh thB0iiiiuKOl',oini-llL-iitt-di-ni.
!iin of IIib IiIoihI, Hktnor Ih-ih-b. UhhL") wltb alio-
jtta. irilliiint nulnif MMnr nr PnlAftnnnll M (wlil'lllA.
V O U N a MFNolin r fnittoi Iim-from tb Hllecta
tijtu?mjnminima of a dtnii tin mini itr
tluia t-r i'iibii" or niorrlnir-i. t-ruiani-ntly cnvwl.
L.n tiiinl ciniull.tioii II iirrlolTtid, which ii Jl UUIHi anu invii,-
,t1, Mil of iiiffn a lo twt iiiwirud tiy pallonu aumritig truti1
h...i. In. ... Hit ft.lilr... an iinlir.ftffi.
rcrtllHi milll-nm 1111m ,in-"r innum wrn., in.irrw.li.,
.....iliinv t lhfflr mrfvanUi,. Ii It nl A trilM.
IJOllirn -llllf l-,nflN ."IC' J riiniinitniiBi, .mi inula wti MuirMw
UU. Ullili m norm gu bu, b- iiuia, am
L03T MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlntlm of Totitliftil lmprudnoo catniiifl Prom,
hire Decay, Norvou. DobUlty, Lout MnhovV etc,
Z . i.. .ai" i j.. iH ..mm trMtwn im.ri v. ban ali
covert d it "Iniplft wlf euro, which h M wnd Fnr.B
to lll fi:lloW-ilHror, -oiitoaa u
I 1 1 L.l,'nii.ii", It )lo)l'l, Ntv
tli GorKioui I.ooIia Are Obtained
"Oh, yen; pnoplo of all craJcs and
sizos, c(iini)lcxlf)iis and colors, without
reference to previous comlition of serv-
itiulo, weiir fulo hair in sonio nhapo or
color," said ono of the ltiadinjf (kalcrs
in hair in thin city recently to a Tribune
reporter. "Soint'timcH," ho added, ''it
is black, noni;tim;s white ami some
times brown. The most fashionable
color is blonde. It makes a' wonderful
dill'nnmeo in tlio appearaneo of a person,
especially of u, woman, if you should
see your own true-love sometime with a
little handful of hair perched on top of
Her licad and her beautiful, clustering
ringlets gracing the top of a dressing
bureau, your esthetic notions would be
' hero does the liair come from?
he repented in answer to a (juesUon.
'I'Mia jMiropo. Wo have to import it
all. In this country we haven't the poor,
wretched class of women that Europe
affords. Sav wretched; they are wretch
edly paid, all hough they don't look so
exactly miserable. Why, the women
who sell their hair earn only about $2 a
in wages; il s a fact; you needu t
incrcilulous. Some of them may
run as high as !?10 for the year."
"Mow do they manage to liver'
"Well, they get their food where they
work. They work out in the liclds and
do a man's ta-k. They are strong and
tough, and don't seem to miller much
"And do they sell their hair for pin-
'1 hat's about it. You see the hair
business jia.-ses through several hands.
We import from Europe. The exploit
ing house there buys of houses in the
different European countries."
"Ihcsemturn purchase of the hair-
cutters who go round like Yankee ped
dlers and buv up hair in exchange for
trinkets, or just as William I'l-iin pur
chased hind of the Indians. The cut
ters pity no money. They advertise in
advance where they are going to be, and
announce that on such a day thoy
may be, found at such a place in town.
J hen 1i:e women and gins who wish to
exchange their hair for jewelry or any
otlfr trinkets, handkerchiefs, etc., co to
this place and have their hair cut."
"Is the whole head of hair cut oil:'
"Xo; at least very seldom. You see
the women wear white crips on the back
of their heads. These are small and will
not hold very much hair. All the wo
men wish to keep is enough to make a
proper show in the cap. So the cutter
clip their hair, cutting out a little
here and a little there until only
enough is left to keep this cap in shape.
The cutting when done in that way does
What parts of Europe, furnish the
The Scandinavian countries supply
a great deal The blonde hair comes
fnnu then. Germany furnishes this, too,
but not so much asKorway, and Sweden
and Denmark. These portions of hu-
roiH) where the peasantry is poorest fur
nish the bulk, of the hair, liuhcmia and
Hungary contribute a very large
amount." From Italy we get what is
known in the market as Italian hair.
This, of course. is dark, mostly black.
It is coarse and very brittle. It is ol
tained in the lirst place by the pickers
M ho make a special business of goina;
around the ash barrels and picking out
the hair that is found in the ashes.
They can only get it in small quanti
ties, as it has come ironi the orusti or
comb used in making the toilet. . It
takes a great many combings to supply
enough for a wig. So you see a wig of
Italian hair is probably made up of
contributions from a hundred heads or
"Is any of it from the dead?"
"No; I tltiuk not. It's all aliveintwo
senses often. Sometimes it is bleached
or mixed with other hair so that a wo
man wearing such a wig may look very
bew itching. I he Italian hair ai;iio
makes our cheapest and coarsest wig. It
breaks easily. Another cheap Mini is
the Chinese hair. This is mixed a great
deal with human hair. Of eourc tlio
Chinese are human, but in the tradu
we distinguish between human and Chi
fie.so hair. The latter is coarse ami very
"What is the most expensive hair?"
"The white. That is very difficult to
find, at least of a good length. White
obtained bv bleaching does not last well;
it turns yellow, especially at the ends.
A head of natural white, hair of
length is a verv scarce article
creases the value of it. We can get it of
fiuorter length more easily, for curls par-
ticularlv, but even then it sells at from
SAO to $100 an ounce! A head of hair
vanes all the way in weight from two
ounces to twenty-four. Hair when long
ami thick makes, of course, the heaviest
weight, so that such a head of whito
hair would be very expensive. We get
verv little hair of that kind, ami wn
make nothing on it; of the two, we lose
on it. There is only once in a while a
customer who wishes a line head (f
white hair of good length. The shorter
hair, worn in curls, is much more com
"Monde hair is the next most expen
sive. 1 here is a great demand for that
Then comes the auburn, gray, black,
and down to the Italian." AVw York
Did vou ever know any person to bo ill,
without inaction of tho Stomach, Liver or
, Kidneys, or did you ever know ono who was
well when either was obstructed or inactive;
and did you ever know or hear of any case
of tho kind that Hon Bitters would not
euro. Ask your neighbor this eamo ques
A Sure Cure For Piles.
Do vou know what it is to suffer with
piles? If you do, you know what lis one of
tho worst torments ot tho human lrfimo.
The moBt ncrfect cure ever known is Kid
ncyW ort. It cures constipation, and then
. . . . . ...
Its tonic action restores health to tho dis
eased bowels and prevents recurrence of dis
ease. Try it without delay. The dry and
tho liquid aro both sold by druggists
He that la surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But he that trustoth in
Spring Blossom for curing liver, kidney,
and complaints of a like tondoncy, shall
never be disappointed. Price 60 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Whv demand that alltho morality
should bo on the side of n woman?
Whatever degrades a woman, also do
grades a man. Take some of tho vices
and habits of tho day. A mau smokes
a lilthy cigar, or carries about half an
ounce of tobacco in his check, and yet
expe-.'ts his wifo to preserve a clean
mofth and a sweet breath. Again, a
young man starts out to spent the eve-
:.: I. l.t.. ' CI 1.1
Illlijr wiui ilia uuoieu r.,vuiiia. iiinnuu
he lind her not at homo, hut in tho neigh
boring saloon, however genteel it might
be, that would be his last visit. In his
estimation she would have sunk below
his. level, and yet that young man him
self is a daily visitur to that sumo sa
loon, and engages in all its exercises.
Eo Was Simply Curious, that Wa3 All.
Idoso Sehaumburg was caught by a
rival in business tearing down the rival's
posters announcing bargains of Christ
'What do you mean by destroying
my posters, you seoundrelr ' asked tho
"Dot's vcre you va3fooling yourself,"
replied Mose, badly seared. "I vos so
much bleased mit dot poster I clioost
pulled him down to see if thero vas
more reading inatter on da udder
As Thousands Do Testify.
So floes Thomas Huberts. Wholesale Grocer.
I'hilndelphia, who sayB: liurnett's Coco
aine allays all irritation of the scalp, and
will most effectually remove dandruff and
prevent the hair from falling out."
I!urnett,s Flavoring Extracts. 1 ho su
periority ot these extracts consists in their
perfect purity and great strength. They
arc warranted free from the poisonous oils
and acids which enter into tlio composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
''I have used Burdock Mood Bitters with
great benefit for indigestion and constipa
tion of the lxiwcls." I'r.co f 1-00.
C. L. Easgo.v,
Fou impaired digestion, and for debility
from any cause, I knovfr of nothing equal to
Fellows' Compound Hypophophitcs. Its
direct effect in strengthening the nervous
system renders it suitable for the majority
of diseases. Weakne-s of the joints nnd
muscles, impurity of the blood, and inward
wastings msy be cured by Fellows' Hy
pophosphites. Wm. 8. Howe, M. D., rittsfield, Me.
Snn.oit'8 Cocon and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. G
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uneoualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
arid German. Price 15 cents.
SiuiOii's Vitalizer is what you need for
Constipation, Lobs of Appetite, Diz.incss
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Boiides, Selleck & Co.. St. Louis, sol
tho best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
Headache is effectually cured by
whioiit's ixp.an vegetable pills, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Ckoup, Wiioorrxo Cocon and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
; Paul G. Schuh, Ayent. 8
A Ml:W II.Lt'STUATKO
Literary Weekly Journal,
NKITIIKK POl.tT CAI.NOll SECTAIUAN !
Oontluott'd by Alb on.W.ToiirKCf,
author ol " v p'ool h rtmu, otc,
nwaiHtocl by 1 i.iiihH ( r. Jlrmton
ant I ltobpi-t H. l)nvi .
Flm Number Issued February l.lsSJ.
Tho most distinguished authors and skilful art
ists, bom American ana r.ngun, navo oeen ou
gauedbv"Our Continent." Tho Vohnmry nilm
tiers conluln novels and stories by Helen Campbell,
Mrs. Alexander, K. H. lto, Juliiin Hawthorne,
John Habherlon, K. II pavls, etc.; poems by Os
car W llde,Loulso ('hiitidl6r Moulton. U. II. Boker,
Sidney Lanier, i. P Lalhrop, Cullo Thnxter, etc.;
entertaining skotches by V. i. Lelancl, (Hhiis
Ilreitmno)D. (1. Mitchell. (Ik Murvul) Kellx Os
wald, etc.; solid papers by President Porter, of
Yule, Kllot, of Ilnrv.rd, Provost Pepper, of Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, etc. ; fa-dilon notes by Kuto
Field; art Uluttmtlons by Louis C. TUTnny; set
onco bv Profs Holhroek, llurber, etc ; social ell-
? net to by Moullou; rural lmprnvetneut by Hon. B.
I. Northrop; Inn and humor by (,'. 11. 1'lnrk, (Max
Adlcr) "Uncle ltenius and a host of nthors.
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can produce and equal to most perfect lo the
Prico 10 routs a number; ft. 01 a yeart $2 00 six
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Newsdealers wljl And It to their Interest to pre
sent "Our Continent" to their cttslomers.
Postmasters aro Invited to take subscriptions.
Hook Canvassera ran add largely to their Incomes
without interfering with their regular business, by
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Write for partlmtlari to "OUR CONTINENT,11
Groat chance to make mon
ey. Thoso who always tako
auvantago or tile goon cnan
ces to make money that aro
offered, Riniorally become
not itnpiovo such chances remain In poverty. V,
want many men, women, boys and girls to work fm
ns right In tbelr own localities, Any ono can do
tho work properly from the first start. Tho bust
ness will pay more than tun times ord!n?.ry wages.
KxponslvA outfit furnlshod free. o onowliour-ga-ros
falls to makt monoy rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole lime to the work, or only your spare
mnmanti. VSill Inform nttnn and all that Is needsd
sout free Address btluson A Co., Potdaud, Maine. I
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' Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvspe nsla, Liver DIs-
pftHcs, lever and Akua
I It-art PlKt-Hse, hi 1 ioug
iipnh, Nervous Debilitv
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Tills Rvrtlll DOKHOHCl, vnrlnd nrntKrlt,a- Tl allm.
nlntc" the ptyallneln the Mlly, which convertH
tho atarch uud aKar of tho food Into clucosa. A
dpfJciency in ptyaliue eauxen wind and nourlne ol
th food In tho stomach, if the modlcin jt uan
Immediately after eating, tlio ferinimtation ol fm d
It at'U upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kldncyg,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It I'liriltrs the Blood.
It QaletH the Nervou, System,
It l'romoteg DlppRtlon,
It ,'otirlshi'8, Strt-njrthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blootl and makci New,
It Opens the Pore, of the Skin and Induces
H neutralizes the hereditary Oilnt. or nntnon in
tho Mood, which Kenemteo Scrofula, ErvBlpdan.
and all manner of bkin Plneahea and Internal bu
nior. There are no apirltB emnlovcd In Ita mannfactura
find It can be tnken by the mod delicate habo.or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tcutl. n to dlrectioiia.
Galvo, Henry County, Ills.
I wamnifforlDB from f-ltk Headache and DIzxi-
m-pn tothat I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a nhort trial of Or. Clark Johnson' Indi
an Blood Syrup eOecluallv cured me.
JIKS. Ui.J.tN KLKIN3.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., 111"..
Thi Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood byrup bail cured me of 1'ain in the Hack. It
lit a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD,
Centre Dill, White Co., Ark.
This! it to certify that I waa afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to xtrenelhen. I at liwt
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
hyitip, which proved to b a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, but alto a Sick llead
ach whtcb bad been troubling me.
MUS MART A. NKAL.
i was amictca witn uver t.ompuint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, althoneh using modi
clues from our best doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Svrnp, at) da short trial
cured me. l. w. niairiu, Moune, 111.
This ccrtlflea that Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup hus effectually cured mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much cuu not he said In praise of It.
W. J. WIMMLK, Bedford, Mo.
Aients wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrup in ev. ry town or village, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given ou applicutlon.
DltUGGISTS SELL IT.
Libratory T7 West 8d St., N. T. City.
tt r - a week In vonr
i I ' J' tret. No risk, i
jtk I 1 I tal not required
77 v tunes Ladles r
ft week In vonr own town. $5 outfit
everythinir new, caui-
d, we will furnish run
Many are making for-
make as murti as men,
and boys and girls make irreat pay
Header, If you want a bustuyssat which you can
make yreat nay all the time you work, write for par
ticulars to Ii. ilallett Co. Portland, Maine.
JOTICK TO COSTRACtOUS.
t'trr CuiiK'g CKricit, Cairo. Ir.t... Jan. 21, IRS2.
Sealed proposals will be received at thin office,
directed to tho City Council of the city of Cairo,
until time of meeting of the City Couur.il on Tuei
dav eveuing, KebriiBry 7th. 1S8 .-, for furnlAhliig the
matotlul and doingthu work ordolngtbe worktit-c-cssarv
for the construction and reconstruction of
the folinwlncslduwiilks, to be constructed of wood,
viz: On the ensterlv side of Sycamore strmit.from
Tweiity-thiid tre-t to Twenty-tiinih street ; on the
northerly side of Seventeenth street, from Wash
liiKton aeu"e to Walnut street. As provided by
ordinance No. 78, approved November art, ISSl,
whii li ordliiunre Is now ou tile in ties ollli'o and
snlij-'ct to exutnlnntton at liny time. Persons bid
diuu for the construction of above sidew alks shnll
be required to clve a good and sulllclent bond as
provided by section ;i, of chapter Hi of city ordi
nances. Said bond to accompany bids. Tlio par
ty nr parties to whom the coulrarl will be let to be
pnidoiit of moneys nrlsing from special sssussmc tit
to he collected Irom tho property owners wl oe
properly abut on said bldewalks, when same Is
collected nnd puld over to the city treasurer.
The rluiit to reject any aid all bids reserved by
Hnlbcrt Uros. Wholesale Price Iiist.
4 Piano, 7 oct., sijuare, rosewood, caived.
agraffe $IMI 00
7 Piano, tipr. 7VJ oct., cabinet grand 171 (K)
1.1 Orjun, i sets reeds, 9 slops & grand organ Ml (10
(IS " (I sets reods,W stops, onplcr, snli-baas 7.1 DO
Our Pianos and Orgnns warranted Ursl class,
S Violin outfit, box bow, strings, complete.... 3 00
3 11 erf mona model, extra lino lino
4 Acciirdnoti, Okeys, bass box, flnotono 1 00
0 " 10 " t stop, 2sctsrycrtB, perfect3 (K
7 Month Organs, Vienna cwicert, 'Jt holes W
9 " Oeiiullicltlchter, 10 holes, (1.8. 24
11 " concert double !!4 holes " 1 uti
M Clarionet, jjonuluo Martin, 6 keys, boxwood & 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver ferulvs...MM, Ml
1(1 Music box, 1 tune, cranks duo IB)
1 " N 8 tunes,, wind with levor, largo 2.1 00
!W Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
Double Bass, patent head, 8 or 4 strings.. 1 no
ill (iullar, maple, machlno bead, line finish.. 4 on
87 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets 3 00
iiS Cornet, brass cornpouon stylo case .crooks U (0
8i Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 9 IK)
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.1 ' IS
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Htet'l " " " " " " "
(Ittt.lltisHlan, Gorman or Italian, boat quality 15
Instruction Dook. Howe's or Winners, any
InstruniRiit , lift
llavlng Just made a good trade for 100 Singer
Hewing Machines, will soil them fur 25 each while
Monay la quite safu la common letter tf plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents and doalors sond for our 40 page Catalogue
On above not wboluaalo jialcei agents can make
100 per cent profit.
- Call on us when you coma to St. Louli.
References: Anybiuk or wholosalo boars In
tbo cltv. ;
Itulbert Bros. Is the only General Wholesale
Muslo House In St. Louis, .
. HULBBRT BBOS,
v 938 OUve 8U eet, Salut Louie, Mo.
3$ pm jv s
el Wm 1
7,'".. .Ciim u
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
it.AttfcAA-.Mjtf tt.A. ,j..,zaa'.i J.r.yA,.',lt .
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For couclis, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma,
throat, client and lungs.
"jj "I ft fjl " Has always hooi
JMsom of Tolu pss
but It has never been so advantageously compounded as In the celebrated Tola, Knr.k and Itve. In ad
diuon to Its soothing Balsamic properties, It affords a diffusive Btiimilaut and tonic, to build up tho
system after the cough has been relieved.
&2TPUT UP IN QUART SIZE I50TTLFS F0K FAMILY USE, PEICE $1.00EJ
f A TTrPI ("lT f Do nit be deceived by dealers who trv to palm off upon you Rock and Itve In
I v71l. place of our Tolu, Rock and Hye, which is the onlv uieillcated articlo made
the genuine has a private die proprietary stump on each bottle.
The TOLU, HOCK and HYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Hiver street, Chicago, 111.
Sold hy JJruohists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
rortnne ! Airent wrttonut'-s: I TrrftoT fres.
S entirely itowbeiitselllm; arii, lea out. Propell
Ins llslis fur sewIrR and ail mo. hlnes. IndeA.
tnictlMi Pi"'b Oorrt ari afrfect I'onrFnrtni;.
'1'bu I'.T.CuUcti Vi ire i.t.t to., Mi'iil Avu. K. 1.
Bp. S.Sil:b:3"s ErfcrsalPUeEemofly
(Jives Instant f-lu'.f Btidiennlr.fnlhhlo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
BoH nyf)rn .'iristsrvenrhere. fLOUperhnx
pwOT.-iloynnil. S.nii'it s sent frit to Physician
6nd t llsnffep-rs.bT P Ni-nt:iidterA Co, ItoxS'ii
w I'urkCity. bolcmuiuiiuotuririof "Jimiiui,
Till TV Vl'OO f"r wiln '""Proved Interest
AS Kll j X 1 LA. tablo, calendiir. etc. Sent to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hires, 4S North Delaware avenue,
a 1 for the winter in farming districts. Very
I i lnrgo rciunia lor compiinuiveiy niiio uiixir.
I For full partipiihiixaildrevH lininedliitely
l.iAinJoltAXiE JL1IU CO. 761 Jiruudwar. fi.Y.
00lDu MEDAl AWARDE9
tti Author. A otw and irnal Mini,
(u al Wortuw nrriuitHl Uiu Imnt and
chtfMwt, j ml top" lit fit lift U Pviry
nian.HnlttlM "thAlSi'icncnof (jfo
or,(SM,rN,Hnrai)ii ;' bound in
flnttnt Kn ticti niOitlm.iulfOWM ii.
full icilWftlO Pp.coDtAitiBbuaotifuI
tiirruvuitfri, 135 prfmonpt.
tuinri, linen only $l.UTKnnt by
m Ail ; ill uhIrUmI HRtuple, ft oontw ;
nnd now.Addn'Hfi I'ftfihitd Mii.
LJtU W 1111 tiUiI . K UU. No 4 HuULaub tt itosUia.
La-linftnf ktl ri)rfuinm.
ew, Mrtliriiliii,. H-itJ
rlcftleriin )ruga,v Vrfuri
Sli'imturti uf IlirHoi 4
Ali ranncrs, Motficrs, Mnmess imlii, imcului-
ics,c,( who nrctircaouiiiy wore or worry(anUi
all who are miserable with Dvsucdshjl KhcunLvl
ilcm. Mr'iir.ilf'in. nr Ilnwrl. Kirlnev at f.tver I m-2
p1aint youcanlwinvriTorntrd a(,ctlrcdvM,inR'
' Ity.iuuruwiutuignway Willi Cunsuiiiiitioii, UivJ
sinalinn or anv n-cikneis. voii will find Parker's!
(iinccr Tonic tlio rrcatcst Blood FcrtiliicrandtheJ
anpur superior to Kitten and otne-r lonici, n nj
builiu up tho rystein, but never intoxicates. 5-.
HAIR VAL8A81 iuu..oju.
gHINOLES ! SHINGLES ! I
tins started his
B. V. Cl'HTIS
At IIoi.1k Park.
Capacity 20,000 Per Dav
And Is prepared to All all orders promptly.
JAM.K8 CIIK.NKV, Asi-'iit.
Corner Eighteenth and Poplar BtreeU.
To Provide For
Blind ISS-ccnt stumps for samples of 4 Mauaxlnei
you will be sure to want for vour children.
"Widdo A."wako. ,
fl 50 a year. Tlio best, largest anil most fully lllus
tratod J'laiiaslno 111 the world for youtiR people.
Tba baby's own Maitaxlno, more charming than v
or before. Only AO cents a year
! LITTLE FOLKS' LRADER.
A dollnhlf'i! and refined Monthly, for public and
pr vate n hools nnd homes. 75 cents a year.
I TffH J'ANHY. Ai
An Illustrated Weekly lor youiiK peoule edited by
Mrs. G, 11. Alden ( Pansy i, ospoclallv adap-ed fur
Hobday ronillnii. 50 cents k year. Addrosa U. Lu
throp A Co , 83 franklin at,, fiostou, Vate.
pneumonia, consumption and all diseases oftho
boon ono oftho met Important
led by the medical faculty
incroachments of Coughs, Colds,
I tuna. nro 'I urtat. consnmn-
tion In it incipient and advanced stages, and
All (tiselui-A nf lllli Ihrnill i-hnu, snH Innni
By addressluif GEO. P. HOWELL A CO., 10
Spruco St., New York, can learn the exact cost of
any proposed line of advertising In American news
papers. fcyyiOO-page pamphlet, 23c.
YmTVfJ. TVTF'V If you would learnTcleera.
1 OtllU ilirill phylnfour months, and be
certain of a situation, address Valentine Brothers,
Janesvllle, w is.
A TEAK and expenses to agents. Out
fits free. Address
P. O. V1CKKRY, Augusta, Me.
THE NEWSPAPEIt !
Tho Conrtor-Jonrnal, Henry Watorson, Editor,
Is by circulation and reputation the acknowledged
Represent atlve Newspaper of the youth. As a re
liable and valuable newspaper, it has no superior
in this cnuutry or lu the world. It makes earnest
vigorous war ou protective tariff robbery and Mor
mon polygamy, twoevlls that blight the prosperity
and morality of tho United States. It Is able,
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the most complete summary of the news of the
world, the best telegrapic and ggnenil correspond
ence, full turf and stock reports, market reports,
fashion reports, Talmage's sermons, splendid or
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ment for children, answers to correspondents, etc.,
etc; in a word, ovcryth'ngto make It a delight lo
tho family circle, and Invaluable to the man of bus
iness, tin- fumier. the mechanic, and tho laborer.
Kpecimon copies and full descriptive premium
circulars w ill ho sunt free of charge lo any ono on
application. Subscription terms, postage free,
nre-for Dally, Sundav, f i; Weekly, al.so.
Any onu seudlug four yearly subscribers and six
dollars, will bo entitled to an extra copy of tho
Weekly Courier-Journal ono year, free to any ad
dress. AddrcsH W. N. UALDE.MAN,
President Courier-Journal Co., Louisville, Ky.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pain
Are Superior to all other Floaters. ,-
Are Superior Co Pads.
Are Superior to Liniments.
Are Superior to Ointments or Satires.
Areeuperlor to Electricity er f alraalaa
They Act Immediately.
They Strenatfaeau '
They Relieve fala at Oaee.
They Positively Cure.
I All I III Fl ten baTebMB Imitated. Do
UHU I I Vila not allow vonr drogfrist to
palm oil soma othor pltater haTinr a similar
eoumilntr nam. Hee tbal the word UapelMi
U-A-l"-tl-N K. rrtrx w CM.
8CABURY A JOHNSON,
jnr-iitc mnng L.nemists, rnw i
A HIRK KKNKDY.AT
MEAD'S Medicated CORN MaBUNIOR ftASTUL,.)
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