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Publisher end I'nwirlutor.
Rarauae It arts on tlia 1,1 VKR, BOWELS
anil K1UXKIS at the same time.
Because It oleanaw the eyatem of Iho poison-
oua humors thai davslope in Kiduay aod Uri
nary Diseases, lilliouauoaa, Jaundtca, CotjO,
pattern, FUea, or In Bhoumatuim, MauraUjU,
Narvoua Dlaordora aod female Complaint.
BEB WHAT PEOPLB BA
KiiRrn I). SJturk, of Junction City, Kanaas,
, Kidney-Wort ourH him af u-r regular I'by
ueUms liid lmii trying for (uur ycara.
Mm John Aniall, of Waahlnirton, Ohio, aay
her hoy wuKirru netoille hy four prominent
phyalriana and thai La u alerwaJdi ourud by
M. M. D. doortartn.anadltorln Cliarilon. Ohio
tajalia a-a Di,l ejptvtd to live, belli tioatu
beyond belief, but Kliluey Wort cured Tiiin.
Ann L. Jurrett of floutli Salem, 17. T, aayn
tliutaMen yniu-aaufreriuK from klilney trouhJei,
mid other rotiipllcaUoua aaa uded by the um of
John B. Iwrenof Jaclnon. TVnn., aiiffweil
for ycarafroui Itvar Mid Anlm.-T trouhks am.
Jjaftrr Uklnit "Ijarrrlt of otoor medicines,'
auuney vvurtmaoebiin wviu
Mlcha-) Ooto of Monli-nmrry Ontr, Vt.,
anhVreil lvht tears lth klituer difllrulir and
was unable to work. Kidney Wort made him
wen aa a.er.
Constipation and Piles.
rirlt la nut ud In Ilrr Vea-rtatile form in 1
tin eani, one package of arhleiiniaaeeaii quart I
t miwiiof. Atpoln Liquid t orm, irrr t'a
rtatretea, for Ue
uae Utat cannot laauiiy i
itr il arts in'la trnat JW" " r orm.
H OKT IT ATTI1E DltCGUIBTS. I'lllCK, I.O L.
WU.I.S. KK'IUUDSOX A Co.. Trop'i,
J-WUJiMldthrdry f-tpaid-l l M-IISTO", IT,
h i win, aiiill rtfYlirnnlaaf
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
f, iFrftil.ir irrn -i;iia -A two Med'cid f'.,tUwm, h.M bo
iDr ItKtaUMl t.iHr) liny o' ' fc. lij.ito n in fit lMilt.Ha
eily (jim ai.tw.u;i,l i II old w,J"ii-ln). Bypbllia.
Ootn.rrhr'i. aiwt, Stri'.'t'ir'.Or. biU Ttupturi-.a!!
t!r,i.ary B -.r.i; no or Uuicurinl AfUt' ttotui of
Tr.rohl.8Km or Ba0Cipnid haMjr, l'rlvily.
BD.rui'4'.oiihii.Oxuui XwtlUty andlmpo'-MKy
M t&e rr. ill ,,f K-lf-AI)n atriuMl i4KM-aln m.iiu.'Hi
ytr.oroY?r hrnlnvrorky iinwincln DrTouMii,a.M-lilD'
at a;i,i )n, dlii.'Hy, d!m:uNie of Ubt.dwfiH'ii.-a niuj
ory, pliyui-al dfiay, aveiaioa to aiiriaty coafuH.oo of
ld,iA. Ioof i'aaJpoTTr,uii:ht loi..reodrUji rn.tr
rlart hiipropor.Mretriurtnutlye'ind Coo.ultnttoa
at olhut or hr matt fiou nod iuvitwl. P,irai.ut one
auiiui'. MuJlrlnna nat l,y a!l or etori-M. t'ur
da. aiifrcd. Vf i-r doubt oiii":. It laUaoklr rtr.ted.
no rtni A ( 280.
EWlAKKIrtljiC ) Paces.
TiiM),i-.u,r.well told.a. It lufuatoluc, ou tiie
f')Uriuk 'i-wta! Who nmy m,irry, who not ujri
vV'H.uo:bood, l'hlcnl dJ. Who houi j
Di.:r , h ,w :fe and nai-piniw mii le inril . rt"-ia
ol ollir7 a n I viokm, and mani mora. '1 horn uiisrmd
or cootiji! iiiiuf ojii'rima uuuld ni.dlt tbin lu(ua
dfr lock and k,-y. 5 ct. b oiall In monoy or ija
t. Fxi.Mi0niiBri-Fr'nch r'id mid arohn.
PRESCRIPTION oi hISSS
WwikoMS I"t Manh'Kl, NerouDri,
rr,nfiu,K,nof id?. A,n,U,D to hict-ty
to. in. Humon and Hinordure tr ,uvulon uy noil-
Ahum. Aordruij Ut :,lhirT'-ii,'Old- bt. liouit
('null"' I ', tii'.' Strh.r!wi. St- fMii. Mo,
703 Cheanut St. 8t. loula, Mo. t old offlra,
oov.ilmi,itcur HirormnlorrhiDV H tminal wem
nraa, Iinptnacy.ail forma of ByjihlliA.Oonorrbuca,
01et. TJriti aj-y or Bladder d:jaa,a. liw-ai ciuxt
corl In a f dura. All tho tl-Mw riiiunii froin
aif-iHu4 miMoreiij-urHcari'd for lifniib ;.(
Bdii:i. A'lviia in. Ctiarijw low. rail or writ
'o xTi, teonfH, nr. flyratiwm Book for wo atnmp
M ARRI ACE CUIDEV0&
A Tlnalilo DlBcorery and Now Impart n re In Stad.
KoUnca, au entirely Now and pomii,lyii!ciiv
luifflMlyfor thMli and mrinani-nt Oure f Bf ini
tial mlnslnna and Iiupoicacy by the only trua
way, vizi Direct Application tothe prlnclial IW(
of the ln".w),actl:i)i by Absorption, and oxortlnn
lt5iKH'luolnUui-ni.'on thB Soinlnid vpalclos, Ejju
UiuUiry Uucta, iTOHtfi to Gland, and Uretura. Tha
cwot tho lii'iuody laallHndiKl wlLh on pain or lnoon
onlt-n, and do not lutrfBro with the ordinary
pumullof life; It la quickly dliwoWed and aoon aj
aorlMd, producing an liumadlutosoothldKand rwiuip.
olive ttloot U)Hin the annual and nxrvoua orvaolra
tioui" wrecked from aelf-abuiHi and ii)OBa,eioiplnu
the druln from tha iytin, rwtorlna; tha mind to
health aod round memory, rumoring tha Dimnesa
of BiKht, Nervous Dobuity, Confuaton of Idtwut, ,
Aveniion to 8o:iety, Htoi, etc., and the aprnin
of prematura old uo onually acinijiftnyln thia
troubUi.and rwatorlntf pnrfect Sexual Viicor. wham
It haa tiwm dormant lor yearn. U hla dkhIuiM trnit.
ment haa aloud the Uit la rnry aw ere caapa, aod la
uow a pronouncHl eucrena. lruga ara tHi much pr
acrlM lut lii ne troulilua, and, aa many tan boar wit
neMto.wltb hut littlulf aryiwrmaneolgixid. 'lhnr
la no Nonnt nw about thla 1'n'paratlon. rravuoal ol
Horvatlon enahlea aa to imhI Lively g uur an too that II
will giro Bjitiutuct Ion. llurlnn the ebtht yvara that
it baalxain lncHueralna.we hayethouaandiiof tmtl
rnouUln ai to lie valua, and it la now oonld by tho
SlMllcal rralwuloo to l the moat rational mtuiua yet
dti'ovort.d of rwu'hlnir and oiirinjrthla very prevalent
trouble, that la wi.ll known to be the cauao of untold
mlieiry to ao niany.and upon ahotn quacka pmy witn
tUelr uKi.lcia nimtnima and blir fcfta. The Hemody
la putuplnnent bnina.ot three elrea. Ho. l,(enouri
tolcwtamouta.) S3 No. i), (aufliclenttoeUectapHr'
tnanent euro, unluaa In a,iro citwa.) to; Bo, o,
(lanlluif over three months, will atop enilaalona anil
rwitore vVor In the aoret cast,) S7. Kent by mall
eKkwI.ln rlalo wrapiierH. I'ull DIKE0II0N8 foV
rul Kvnlnl JU-itvripUvn Pitmph-'
Irtmgirtofi Anutsnntrnt I llwttmiiottm
anil iCMfiiiioilu. trliirli trilltonrinre
B fi" mof Ajfcrfif Jrnl I hot thru ran b
rfnttirnt ta tterfevt ma iiUHMfTMIiri rtf-
trH fur r aititem or ujr, air 1110 t 1 1
nct't f alfvi twi. hold OSLK by
!ARM13 REMEDY CO. KPO. CI!EM:STi
Market and 6tli 11. St. LO'JIO. Ma
OR, BUTTS' EES
Trent aliOhrmilo niaaAaea. and aniora n nation.
Al repntedon through the ourliiKof rotii,llratd caeaa.
eotlona uf the blood, akin or honea, trmtti'il with auc
oe.ui, wit limit uln Memuryor .tolaonoua Metllclnea,
Y O.U M Q M E N h0 are utlorli'a from theeltota
kMfMa!iaMKva of a dlneaae that untlta Ita Tic
time for l,iMlopa or marHiu.e. iierniani'etly cnrml.
P Al I E M 1 3 IP E T c P !" Ml! ,ud ""!!'
Jltrr-yvJrLCWHi?oaV5iu but "hrr, po..illr.
MihilMl couiMllalit'il ii irrtrr,d, whlili Ii FHKB and Invlt
il. Lilt of niiMlinui to be .n.w.rrcl b, p.ii.nt. il.iirin( trial
m,nt aikllrd tnt to any iillr..t on a,f,licalivn.
(f.nna. olTi'rln froai lliiilara .hnalil watt th,lraitdrnt.
ana l.nrn .om.thlna 1 llirfr ait.aau,, It I, aot a trim. J
CoOimutiii'Jli 'ii .trlrtly roiilt'leiili.l. .ml llinuH 1), AtUrrkwl
DIL liLl l B. Il North Nlh L. Hi. Loula, Mo,
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tlntlra of youthfnj irapnidonca oauilnR Prema.
tare lxiiny. Nurroua DebUity, Loat Manhood, eU:H
tiaviiu, trlid In vain Avorv known rninedv. baa dla.
eovtrnl a alniplo aelf mira, which hn will arnd FIIKII
to bit ft,inW.KUtr,mnLiUlruii J. H. IllCEV UN, '
Oi I'lllUURtU bt- N. X. , 1.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 2, 1882.
Odrriages in Washington.
Tho landau is the mant popular ve
hicle in Washington, itf it can bo oasUy
chiinged from an open to a closo cam
age, and nearly every Senator owns one.
The handnoin"8t belongs to Don Camer
on, who ha a Utam of dark bay horses.
Mrs. Senator Miller goes out shopping,
calling, or driving in a pretty little cou-
tielette, which is tho envy of those less
ortunate. Senators Van Wyck, and
Grover both have lino tpamsand landaus,
and are talking of adding Raddle-horses
to tliiiir stables. Senator Johnston, of
Virginia, is also partial to a landau.
Senators Morrill and Uayard own tho
bay teams and lantlaus in which they
take their after-dinner airing, whilo
Senator Edmunds not only owns a bay
team and a landau, but bus two saddle
horses besides. Senator Pendleton has
a private stable stocked with four
horses, two bays and two blacks. Ho
keeps an Englirfh landau, and hia coach
man wears a handsome livery. Repre
sentative Wood, who has made- millions
by the manufacture of bis patent inow-ing-maebinc,
has an establishment that
will not be eclipsed during tho coming
season, lie owns a dogcart in which
ho drives a pair of handsome bays in
tandem. Tho gold-mounted harness for
this team co.it fire hundred dollars
alone He has an English landau witli
a large bay team. Tlie.se horses aro al
so arrayed in gold-mounted , harness
which cost six hundred ami fifty dollars,
besides all this he keeps a horso to pull
a handsome coupe. Representative
Russell, another tnillionnairo manufac
turer, drives a stylish pair of horses and
has an elegant landau. Representative
Robeson, 'formerly Secretary of the
Navy, keeps two horses, fi Victoria and
two landaus, ono for day use and ono
for night. He uses tho victoria when
riding on the avenue, and handles tho
reins himself. His well-known face and
ligure make hiin a conspicuous object
to strangers promenadingon tho avenue.
Representative Archie Bliss loves a good
pair of trotters perhaps a.s well as any
other member of the lower house. He
drives a pair of black mares, and does
not like to be behind any body on tho
road. President Arthur lias a commo
dious carriage and a pair of light-stepping
horses, but ho prefers to tnko a
dashing drive in the suburbs in his wag
on and fast trotter, which was my Lord
Roseoe's favorite way of taking tho air.
David Davis rides in a herdie, on a horso
car, but is contemplating the purchase
of a one-horse coupe. The army officers
all have good horses, which aro fed at
public expense. Ex-Congressman Alley
drives a pah of fine horses to a landau,
and paid six hundred dollars for tho
harness. Dr. Loring is also the posses
sor of a handsome team, and some
times goes out in a coupe aud some
times in a buggy. Washington Corres
pondent. Mrs. Partington Says
Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as
they are regimental to the human cistern ;
but put your trust in Hop Bitters, which
will cure general dilapidation, costive
habits and all comic diseases. They saved
Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever.
They are the nc plus unum of medicines.
Reerulate the Secretions.
In onr endeavors to preserve health it is
of the utmost importance that we keep the
secretory system in perfect condition. The
well know remedy Kidney- ort, nas spe
cific action on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Uso it instead of dosing with vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable, and is
prompt but mild in action.. It is prepared
m both dry anp liquid form and sold by
druggists every where. Reading haglo.J
Ma&e 11 iingusui
Mr. Fox, the father of the orator Chas,
James Fox. trained his son from child
hood to share in the government of Eng
land. I his anecdote shows tlie duals
Drecocitv: Whilo the clitar Fox was
Secretary of State ho used V) allow
Charles to read all his dispatches. Une
day, when the boy was only ten years
of age, the Secretary brought home a
pajier which ho had very carefully writ
tenan answer to bo sent to a foreign
Government, with whom England had
good cause to tind fault. Ho gave the
paper to Charles, and asked him to read
iL Tho lad did so.
'What do you think of it?" asked tho
parent earnestly, for lie tuought it ex
The boy shook his head. Then ho
looked into -his father's face; then ho
straightened himself to his full height;
and pmitmg his little list upmi his swel
linr? brorwL he exclaimed:
"O! make it stronger! mako it big!
make it mukn it V.vr.i.isu. "
Fox caught tho inspiration from tho
looK, 1110 tone, tno words of Ins boy.
Ho threw the naner Into tlmfiro. nml
then sat down and wrote again, and pro-
1 1 .. ...... "l. ....... r,
uuceu n, jtpt:i- which cieeiruieti mo
A man was brought before the courts,
tho other day, as a vagrant, "What is
vouv businessr" said Inn iiulge. "I am
a gold beater," was the uubashod re
ply. "Why, tho police say you never
do an honest day's work," was the ans
wer. "True, your honor," explained
tho prisoner, "but I whip my wife every
day, and she's just as good as gold, sho
A little Austin hoy, whose impecuni'
011s parents are always moving from Ono
house to another, was nsKeu oy tno cma
day-school teacher: "Why did tho Israel
ites move out of Egypt?" "Beoauso they
couldn't pay their rent, reckon!" was
the reply. :, . .
,: 'TTn John obtained a situation vot?"
asked an old gentleman of his daughter
.John being her netroincu lover, "ud-
tained asituation! Why, now disgusting
M.. lint 1,11 In a noi'ont eil n. iinsit inn!"
In the Franco-German war tho Ger
mans lost over 40,000 men by discaso or
tho casualties of battle It is to bo re
memberod that cvory ono of those was
a t eked man, In tho rnil vigor ot life,
when hoought to ho adding to tho wealth
of tho country and raising up a family
to strengthen tho State, lfcisldes the of-
llelal cost of tho war, luo voluntary con
tributlons amouutod to $12,000,000 in
money or kind. This was tho price of
successful war, wagea Dy me nioHi eco
nomical oi nauons.
Many Mibeiuiilk People drag thorn-
solves about with failing strength, fueling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's ' Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
column. ; ,
Tna Rev. Oko, U. Tiiaykr. of Bourbon,
nd,, says : "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Bhiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City, (2)
A Friend In Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Electric
Oil has provod a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
n children, sore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a never-failing antidote.
Send lor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Selleck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
Ahb you hade miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Lobs of Appetite,
Yellow bkini Bhiloh's Vitalizer is a posi-
Uve cure. 10
0u Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dve'a Ctilobmlntl Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days ti young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debilitv. Lobt Vitalitv. etc.. cruaranteeinfr
a t 0 ' - I f-i - (
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhooti. Also lor Uheuuia-
usm. neuralgia, raraiysis, uvcranu iuu
ney difficulties, Rupture, aud many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall. Mich.
Why will yoo cough when -Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, HO cents and $1. 11
Goto Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unuqualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in .English
and German. Priee IS cents.
SniLon's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alien s
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
'Uackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 23 and 50 cents. 13
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the Iwwels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to uso in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Siiiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Were man to confirm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to the gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise f el
lows Compound Syrup of Ilypophosphites
as a restorative for tho power of tho brain
and nervous system, while thoworld's pro
gress and enlightenment would indeed bo
Foil DYsi'EraA aud Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Siiiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to cure. 15
Literaly Weekly Journal
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Writ for particulars to "OUUOONTrNRNT."
Indian Blood Syrup.
el Win 55
J Dvspfpula, Liver Pin
J f lines, Fever and Akm
ivuruiuni mm, jriupftv,
Jli-art lunette, IlillmiH
nfisf, Nervous Uebllity
TIIE IlKhT EEHEJJY KNOWN TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
. ' Sold Since 1870!
Tlilr Bvrtip pooae vurlotl propprtlui: Ilatim
nlatea the plyallne n the aallra, which convert
ibe march and sugar of the food Into (Incoae. A
dcfli-it'nry in ptywiue cauaa wind and aouring ol
Iho food in lUtt atomach. If the medicine . tuin
immediately anojeatiug, Ule fermentation ol food
ib pruvumed. g
It acts upon the Liver,
It arts upon thn Kidney",
It Regulates the BowcIh,
It Parities the, Blood.
It VuieU the Nervous fijlni,
It l'roniotcs Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengtheni and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Mood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induce
It noiitrallr.ee the hereditary taint, or poison in
tho blood, which gunerate Scrofula, Ervitipelaa,
and all maimer of bkln Diaeaaea and Internal no
mora. There are no ipirlta employed In Ha manufacture
and It can lie taken by the inoct delicate babe, or by
the aged and fucble, care only being reqnireil In at
teutiiu to directions.
Galva, Henry County, nis.
I waaanflVrlng from Sick Headache and Dir.fl
neB ao that I could not attend to my houaebold du
tie, and a short trial of Or. Clark Johnaon'i Indi
an lllood Sjrup effectually cured me.
MRS HELEN ELKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
Thlo la to certify that Dr Clark Johnson'! Indian
Blood byrnp haa cured me of Pain In the Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. MHS WOOD,
Centre Hill, Whlto Co , Ark.
This la to certify Ihat I waa afflicted with Palpi
tation or the Heart for tnauy yea re I tried ditlor
ent doctors, whose pieacilptlona tended more to
weaken metthan they did to ctrengthen. I ai laet
rce Ived to'try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Sytup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dinease, but also a Sick Uead
ach which had been troubling me.
Mils MART A. NBAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to Bet relief, althonsh nslni? medi
cines from our best doctors I commenced using
Dr. doutieon inman wood syrup, anil a short trial
cured me. T. W. RISING, Mollne, 111.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Wood Sy rup haa effectually cured me of Dyspepsia,
Too much cannot he said in praise of It.
W. K. WIMMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Apents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or villuge, In which I have no
agent, rarucuiars given on application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Lahratory 77 West 8d St., N. T. City.
tft ni week In yonr c
i I f"rue ' r'"W
J II II tul not required,
finU J everything Ma
TT tunes Ladlea in
a week In vonr own town. $5 on Hit
everything new, capl
d, we will furnish you
nany are maaing lor-
inake as mucn as men.
and bovs and snrla make creat tia.
Reader, If you want a husiuyss at which you can
make great ray all the time you work, write for par
ticulars to II. Uallett A Co. Torlland, Maine.
Citt Ci.irk's Opric, Cairo, III., Jan. 2-1, ISM.
Sealed proposals will be received at this ofllco,
directed to tho City Council of tho city of Cairo,
unui time ot meeting ot tne uity council on Tues
day evening. February 7th. 188!, for furnihlng the
material and dolus tho work or doing the work nec
essary for the construction and reconstruction of
the following sidewalks, to he constructed of wood,
via: On tlio easterly side of Sycamore atreet, from
Twenty-third street to TweRlv-uimh street; on tho
northerly side of Seventeenth' street, from Wash
iniiton avenue to Walnut street . As provided by
ordinance No. 78, approved November ad, 1SH1,
which ordinance is now on tile In this olllce and
suliject to examination at any time, I'crsona bid
ding for the construction of above sidewalks ahull
be required to clvo agood and sufficient bond, as
provided by section S, of chapter W of cltv ordi
nances. Said bond to accumpany tildes . Tho par
ty or parties to whom the contract will bo let to be
paid out of moneys urlsing from special assessment
to !iu collected from tho property owners wi oo
property abut on said sltlewnlks, when same Is
collected and paid over to the city treasurer.
Tho right to reject any acd all bids reserved by
the city. D.J. Fl'LKY,
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Price List.
4 Piano, " oct square, rosewood, carved,
BgrafTo $159 00
7 Piano, upr. "M oct., cabinet graud. ........ 171 00
IS Organ, 4 sets reeds, D stops A grand organ 59 00
08 " fl sots reeds, 13 stops, coupler, sub-bang 73 00
Oar Pianos Mel Organs warranted first-class,
2 Violin outfit, box bow, Htrlngs, completo..,. 3 00
8 " cremona model, extra lino Don
4 Accordeon, 8 keys, has box, fine tono 1 00
0 " 10 " 1 stop, 2 sets Ntds, perfect 3 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna enncert, 21 holes 50
0 " UomilnoHlchtcr, 10 holes, U.S. 24
11 ' " concert double 21 holes " 1 00
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 6 keys, boxwood B 00
17 Fifo, In ebony, German silver fetulos., (0
16 Music box, 1 lune, crank, lino 1 ID
lfl " 8 tunes,, wind with lever, largo 25 00
20 Violoncello, patent, machine bead, good.. 10 00
22 Dotiblo Bass, patent heud, 3 or 4 airings.. 23 00
24 Guitar, maple, machine ficud, fine finish.. 4 on
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 bras brackets 2 00
28 Cornet, brass compoiion stylo case Aciooks 9 (0
80 Drum, brass, rrttsslan. Ornamented 0 00
Gold violin, guitar and lianjo strings 'II. Bros.' 15
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Btuul " " " " " " "
Gut. Russian, German or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Bookr, Howe's or Winners, any '
Havingjust madoagood trade for 100 Singer
Sowing Machines, will sell them for $25 each white
Money la qulto safe. In common letter if plainly
Tortus atrlotly cash with order. Will take
. Agents and dealers send for our40-pagc Catulogno
On above net wholesale palces agents can mako
100 per cent profit. '
Call on us when yon come to St. Lonls,
Referoucos; Any bank or wholesale- hoars la
Hulbert Bros, Ii the only General Wholesale
Muslo Ilonia In 8t. Louts.
) HULBBRT BROS,
923 Olive Street, flalut Louts, Uo.
0?er 2,000,000 Bottles
Forcotinhs, colds, sore ibroat, hrondiltls, asthma,
throat, chest aud Iuukh. ,
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
bar-MiFiiililViiilliiiti i. &&4-xi---it-4: i- -.li i),!,,...,..,,., n mm, ,.,
throat, chest and lungs. ,
Balsom of Tolu
but It has never benn so advantageously componnded as In the colehratod Tolu, Rock and Rvo, In ad
dltlon to its soothing Ilalsumic properties, It affords a diffusive stimulant and tonic, to build np the
system after the cuugb haa been relieved.
J2TPUT UP IS QUART SIZE B0TTLFS FOfi FAMILY USE, PRICE S1-OOJ35J
(1 A TTrPI fi'M Do not bo deceived by dealers who try to palm off npon you Rock and Rve In
i lUlt . place of our Tolu, Rock and Rye, which is the onlv medicated articlo made
the genuine has a private die proprietary stamp on each bottle.
The TOLL7, ROCK and RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
Fort ono t Airents wrlteonMt t T"tr1tf rv f rn.
Seuttrcly rw Bestselliuit at U'-U vut. Pro-l.
Inj Mella (or "v, .r(t and all itinelilnea. Ioiliw-
nitiiciimo r:isn i 'mi ami nnen n noorhiinnir,
lhuP. T. Coiled V. lrollcltCo-!tl7thAvu.K. V.
Jr. S. SiblJM'B EstcrnalPilsSenedy
Oivna Instant relief and is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Sold hy DrriiilstsevprvwherB. IM-t-e. $1.00 pr hot
prtpaid Dynieii. Sainjila irulfrre to rhvslcluns
andlllaufferi ra, hy I' N'-nstaeiuer A Co, BOXS9IS,
iu i'oikClty. bulu liiuuuiuutu.rur of "AnalnUk"
NEW A D VERTLS F.H t.N'TH.
TUfl VV ll'rPP for,8S-. with Improved Interest
""J ACC table, cnlentlur. etc. Senttoaiiv
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
oress L iiariee is. Hires, is rsortu Delaware avenue.
I 1 for the winter In fiirmine dWrieU. Very
I lltirgo returns for comparatively littlo labor.
I Vawaj For full patfloiilurN adilroKa Imtuediutely
I OUAf.t.E JtllU CO. Tl liruadwa, N.Y.
aoiD mm awarded
lh AiiUlor.Aoew arut irrtiat aluil.
toal W or k,arrantd I Im baai and
man.rntitlnd "thn Hcianonnf Ufa
or.Kulf.HniaorTatiiin ;" butinil in
lineal, h'n-nch mualin, omlioaaed,
full Kill.3oo I'p.oonuvina baaatiful
Bt.il lurrantMn, l'J6 pnawrip.
tiuna, priea nnTr annt bt
aaml onir.Aililrtias Pratioily Mail.
FNP.W TUVSri P ll Jiw'ituUior Ih-. W. II. PAH-
i K Kit. No. 4 liulfuicb at IkaiUia
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Publio aro cautionod against buy
ing Piasters having similar sound
ing namos. Seo that tho word
C-A-P-0 1 N-E is correctly spoiled.
Aro tho only improvomont over
made In Plastors.
Ono Is worth rcoro than a dozen
of any other kind.
"Will poBitiTely euro where other
romedios will not oven relievo.
Price 28 cents.
Bewaro of ohoap Piasters made
with lead poisons.
' Manufacturing ChumlstaNawYork.
I HIJIljTitKMKllLV AT Ast. l'rtc5rt",
AlCEAO SMidlctUilCORNind BUNION PLASTEI.
m a i it ,f iWi a iJ HAmvi , n 1 1 .an ' n I .is aa 1 1 1 n'i
pnenmonla, consumption aud all diaoases of tha
lias always been ono oi tne niot Important
weapons wielded by tho medical faculty
against the encroachments of Coughs, Colds,
Ilrouchitis, Asthma, Sore Throat. Consump
tion in Its Incipient and advanced stains, aud
all diseases of tho throat, chest and limes.
By addressing (JKO P. ROWELL A CO., 10
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