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tliluc hii.;lny and H'lbiliiiP
leave brh:i;il lOCdi.'quvMlUi!."
a w.r.'k In your own town .
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win f-.riiih vju fViryhU'C Mmiv iirv niiVlDS
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PARSONS' PURGATIVE HLIS
Vlnoil. unit ill wnitil(-llTchniriHhn.:.ofl ,,i i hp m-
,ir"rtm in llirpi moniMi. At
1 DilUach niiht fmm 1 t IU "irkimi"' ! tA
ti y t rA u h u w i 1 t n k
toiwiiml brllh. If urh Ihinir Iw)hi,iI Sul.l tv.
rhr, nrwnt bf mil lr iMti r .. mi. 1 ts,
JOUK601) A Co., BosIud, i'.kt., (oru.tij Ulji, l
tM-ople f lwioii thf lo..k-
ll'nntfor fhance to Iscr.'tixi
M tbireaiiiliiK, and o tlmn
I ' i 'ti'r.f.iitM uritA :hv!th:ikA Vfhn
do nut 1mpr.,v ih -Ir oppor
tunity rmaln Id poen.
W (iffer a rn chauto to ranko mom y. w want
mtn men. "omitn, hoy .J if!ri to work lor u
right In heir own lor.i,i'.' art nD" mo do the
ork prorierly fr 'tn tli flrt mi Tbi hu tin
will ptjr m"H th o tin timet or.lirM mgti Ex-
fianiiiTtouill' furaUbedfrte. 'o n who eni'K
1 to mnkc monuy rnp dlv. You can di'Y t
your wholr titii" to 'he work, or onlt your i
moinrnti. Kn J liiforrtiitiow and a I t"t It tirjd"d
mnl ffrc. te'.rcM STIN HtlX A CO. TortUM. Mi.
1 A tURSNOuJl
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THE OAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
rmii ot (lunioription.
rum or ronTABi:
"tnlli ou ti ar hycsrrnr I"
(J pcrceul. (Ilxruum II pmdln tdvanrc.)
Oai , una vor ' mull -
' ly.miii montt ilN .....M.. ..,,.....
Wottkly, on yeir. 8,11
A'lMtlV. A UMIltlH ., 1 i"1
Clnlm of flo nr more for Wwnkly Hilll.'tln il
u' !tuiu, pnr yitr.JI Mi
INVAHIAKI.T IK AnVAJfl'.
All Commuiilcailoa ihould lm Rldrt'''d to
K. A. BL'KNETT.
Puhllhr and Prn'irlntur.
Whon a ropnrtur w:w told that tho
l.tditM were linvinjr their hoit'ls shavuil
in cnlt'i- to cultivate curls ho vviw not
cntiroly overeoino witii surpr'nt1, but
Iviil siitlk-ient strength left to priwoule
his inquiries cunucrninn; I ho mnv cnize.
Visiting n number of fashionable ton
sorial parlors the reporter soon ran
down his man, and cornered him for an
'Oh, yos," ho said, "short curly hair
is bocomin? very popular among the
ladies. Ii makes them look younj nnd
pretiv, nnd you know all ladies liko to
look voiin;. Curls are all tho rage just
"JIoiv nd when did this craze- for
"I can't give you the history of it, but
if vou will tako tho troublo to look at
the latest fancy pictures and photo
graphs, you will find tho hair i3 short
and. curlv. Landry looks far more
boauiiful in the pictures where she has
curlv hair than in the others. In the
illustrated papers you will I'm J that all
the beauties ha v ; short curly hair. It
is simply a fashion, i' rid you cau ac
count for it as well as I."
"To what extent has it grown here in
"I first attended a lady about a year
npo, and since that time have shaved
between tifty and slxly heads. I Hhaved
six last wci'k, aad as many more the
"Do you uc the nzor and lather?"
"Oh.'ycs, the same as on a man's
face. The hair is generally cut short,
and then the head shaved close."
Haw is tho hair cultivated into
"By brusliinj; it revoraelv, and while
it is growing a wig or fancy cap is
worn. Tho hair is brushed up on the
top of the head until it becomes so long
as to crowd the disguise out of the way.
The wig is then thrown aside, and the
natural hair curia beautifully.
"After the Lead has been
how Ion? does it take for tho
"About six or eight months, though
eome hair grows quicker. You see the
hair lias to reach a length of three or
four inches before the wig can be safely
discarded, and afterward the hair is
regularly shingled to be kept at about
that length. I 6aw a lady on the street
this moiu.i.g v. hose head I shared about
eight months ago, and she had a bend
of as pretty curly hair as ever a man
saw. it was wonarousiv Decoiuing 10
. . it i ... . -i. - ... A t :. "
uer, auu i snow uo ica uuuia vi iu
"Is it very expensive?'
Well, they have to wear n. wig for
several months, and that will cost ?2o
or .30. They generally have those wigs
made out of their own hair, and when
it is thick and long the hair-dresser will
take it and make a v ig for .15."
And fur shaving tho head you
"One dollar.1' Louisville rosL
A Jester Joked.
We Mark Twain, Joe Goodman,
Dan De Quille. Frank Mayo, Louis Aid"
rich. Dennis McCarthy, your narrator
and other chok"! spirits had organized
a club appropriately named the Visi
goths." Mark Twai was then laying
the foundation of his future wondrous
fame by tilling thi columns of the Vir
ginia City Enltrj-rise with the toughest
though riehe-l kind of humor. It often
tun!; thf form cf the most merciless
practical jifk''". None of us escaped his
keen t'gn! or trenchant pen. So, when
t oh" '.In M ii k announced his intention
of hviiiog us for the Ray to seek his for
fjoe in ;i larger field, " the "boys" re
soivp'l to give him a good send-off.
M r; w ii mysteriously informed that
th" vMmi's n.'i'i g'.iiig to do something
irii;'l-n:m Twa'ti. ivt to bo outdone,
luttgii a box of chnmpngne and pro-p.-ired
bitn-elf with a most putlietio
spccii. We got ourse'res ready for the
p'f."-. iiiMiicu by buying an elegant mo
rofco ens", nroperly inicribi'd, andthpn
quic.ly aii'i in.-idiousiy phu-cd iu it a
nice clay pipe costing ju.U tifly cents.
The oiihO ;i locked and wo '.brew away
the key. I li .ppontd !o bo the Viking
for that week and i' devolved on me to
make the presentation spii'eh. It was
done in th" most dinitii.d and solemn
manner. Mi.rk's manv n.i')le qualith'.s
were trlarged upon. His brilliant geid
js, his blight future, lio.v soriowfully
we parted with the nurry, genial spirit
who was wont to set "ilie table in a
ro'ir." Then the m er-clmuia case was
handed over to him. His response was
so eloquent and pathetic that it moved
him tv tears, utid us too but no matter.
The ctiar.ip.tgue flowed freely and the
fun wai fustaml f uncus, but the great
humorist and champion seller did not
become aware of ids treasure till he got
home and had piocured tlm services of
a locksmith. They say the nir wa till
ed with sulphurous gases when Mark
realised the sell! He did not speak to
ua fur a week. St. Louis Pust-Disputed
A Trench Eamplo.
An eminent lawyer -undortnkos tho
defense of a m'uerah'e and dcioctcd
looking man accused of stealing a coat.
He cross-examines tho prosecutiug
witness and involves him in numerous
contradictions, tears in pieces tho flimsy
sophistries of tho opposing counsel, mid
winds up w'nli such an eloquent perora
tion that the jury brings iu n verdict of
' Not Guilty" without leaving tho box,
amid a perfect Wiggins toruado of ap
plause. The rehabilitated prisoner casts him
soil into the arms of his defender,
bursts into tears and sobsi
"My preserver! My preserver'."
"Tiitu s all right, my good follow,"
says the advocate, patting him on the
shouMor; "your innocence has been at
tasuid by a jury of your peer., and
hen ct forth you can walk abroad hold
ing your head high in theconsciousnesa
of your integrity."
"And ran I wear the coat now?"
OAITIO TUTfXETIN': FRIDAY JlOnNINll," FF.BItUAltY 2, IC3
Tho ideal of the artlstln personality ii
undergoing a change. Formerly it im
plied something of tho picturosqiio and
tho incalculable. The temperament of
genius was held lo be tho temperament
of every possiblo tragedy. It was the
7,'ino of storms. Serenity was relegated
to the cominonplaoo mildnosof faintly
flavored humanity. The element of
genius was supposed to be indicated by
the alteration of extreme feeling, and
an air of gloom and depression without
known cause was held to be proof of
linetu'ss of organization. Tho tfyrons
and Toes were typical examples of this
popular conviction regarding genius,
and those persons to whom nature had
been generous in equitable endowment,
and who wero jet ambitious to rank
with their hemes, nlleete l this senti
ment. The gifted Hopkins of the ngu
held convictions on the subject of their
unappreciated lot in life, and tho tears
that would be shed loo late over their
too early graves. To turn night into
dav and day into night was supposed
to 'be an unfailing symptom of tho su
perior mind. With this irregul ir tem
perament was closely allied a strange
craving for stimulants and for narcotics,
the one naturally calling for the other.
The sad profligacy of l'oe vs laid to
an excels of genius, whereas tho fact
was that, in so "much he whs deficient.
In the latter Instance of the poet
painter Rossetti, 'e tr;lu0 t0 pain and
pcrplexitv this dark thread of irregular
ity that ran through his life. The finer
insight of later learning and research
negatives this former estimate of the
temperament of genius. In its perfec
tion it is harmony'1. In its finest devel-
opment it is the nature that runs as tnio
as a spring and as exact a3 achronome- j
ter. It rules its moods an i tenses,
rather than being swayed and swerved
by them. The artistic personality, as
nbw understood, is ' ypiticcl by the
sweetness and screuity of a Longfellow,
rather than by the dark and tragic iudi
vidualitios, whoso gloom and mystery
wore once held to be the unfailing in
dications of immortal gifts. We have
done with that order of genius of whose
personality Byron was the type "a
mystery with a'winding sheet," as some
bo'dy graphically described biai.
A Story of Staging Days.
Ah good story of the old Arkansas
stage fine from' Faycitovilie to Alma,
now supplanted by the railroad. i told
by a correspondent of the N'ew Orleans
Tirafs-Dcmocrui. Ills fellow passer, gers
on a certain night were a miid-cye J col
lege professor and a plain, blunt man
in a checkered shirt and trouers to
match. At oue point in the road tho
professor hat blew off and over the
precipice: but caught on a bush u-n feet
below. The professor was terribly dis
tress!, and oiferod $25 for its recovery.
Wlicn tho driver, who let himself down
by or.e of bU reins, had returned tuo hat
aud received his reward, the prof.or
explaiaed that bills amounting to
100 were scved imd--r the lining. The
stage rin.b'ci ot; and ercrjtLivg Sv.rn
ed favoni'Vj for a quick trip, when sud
denly a road agent stepped out In. in
behind a tree, lie searched thfc pas
sen serf, but found .-o little torowarl him
tThi3 trouble that he got mart ami
swore he wouid take their clothes ami
send them ou nuked to the station, liia
revolver wn un.iii.'werable argument,
and they wire about to strip, when the
passenger with the checkered shjrt call
ed out, "Look in the lining of hat fel
low's hat and you will find some
money." The poor professor's $1,100
was soon in the pocnet of the robber,
who forthwith decamped. The stare
went on, but such was the rage of the
driver and other pa-eugers at his
poltroonery that hoof the checkered
shirt had to walk. The net day he ap
peared at the hotel in Alma, took the
profes-or aside, and made him accept
j.'.Oi'O, saving that ho knew he appear
ed like a dirty scamp, but tho fact was
he had 1 0,000 under false soles in his
bi-ots, ami must inevitably have lost it
if he had not devised a plan to escape
being stripped. Ho was a rich broker
and had donned his rough costume to
avoid trouble in tho mountains.
"What Tims Was It?"
Four clerks in a Boston wholesale dry
poods store were lounging about after
lunch one dav not long ago when bus
iness was duil. They got to telling
"The other day,'" said one, "a Kew
York business man started from here in
a hurry to go to the Providence depot.
He wasn't sure of tho way, and when
he got to the corner ofWashington street
he asked a boy. The boy directed him,
and got 10 cents for his trouble. At the
corner jif Tremont and Roylston streets
ho got stuck again, and asked another
boy which way to go. The boy told
him, aud the New York man gave him
10 cents alio. Arrived in the depot all
out of breath he asked a third boy what
time the next train started for "Provi
dence. The boy told him, and the
man gave him 5 cents. What time was
"Two and a half," said oue of the
three attentive clerks.
"A quarter past,
"A Quarter to three!"
"Keercct! said tho fiend who perpo-
trated tho yarn.
Doves, In tho construction of their
nests, display a great apparcut careless
ness or want of skill. The coarse sticks
that compose their nests are so loosely
thrown together thut oue would hardly
believe they coukl-hold the eggs. This
is evidently a provision of Nature to se
cure the young from vermin, liko the
practice of woodpeckers of laying their
eggs on tho bare wood. A similar im
perfection of structure marks the nests
of some of tho larger birds. Hut why
should certain species be endowed with
this conservative instinct, while in others
it is entirely wautincP Bv careful ob
servation wo may find a reason for bare
wood that vermin may not find a harbor
in the materials of a nest; but whcn"a
wren or a chickadee takes possession of
one of these vacated hollows it fills it
with materials that are litted to harbor
swarms of vermin, but each of these
birds foods on tho minutest crawling in
jects and with it.s microscopic vision can
easily destroy all that enter its abode.
' - ffmmw
THE GREAT -rffl W
Id AN REMEUl
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, D.ickathe, Hoadacht, Toothache,
Nni-c Tlironi. Snrllliiic-i. Mi'nl. Ilruiaea,
lliirna. MeiiHI. I'ri.,1 lllK'i.,
AMI ll.klllllt.il llollll) I'tl.M. AMI tlllKH.
grl-3 bv U.uii... ii. l 1" tin r, It.-rw. l- iit)- Cvut, btllla.
Hit ti-ii, hi II l.iiiiffiiMKi'a.
TIM' CM UU K A. VOUH.KIt I'll.
(foMM.Ki. A. luoi.au teoi Iblilaiun, M4 I', a. A.
AIIE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Sota StVdLE INSTANCE ON UK' OP.t) tn the
pust & ) ir- win ri) oue of
STAND A HI)
t'sa Ven !,rokn oppti by bu'flirt and robn"!.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESr-RVE their C0X
It Is a wall-known fact fhv thr 1 NO SAFK
mail in the wnr d TIUT OIVKS AS OUK T hE
Cl'IMTY AS 'J UK HAL SAFE.
Thf y alvrayi prot ct thi-lr coutuntt .
Persons having Valuables should not
bo without a Hull' 'afe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPII L. HALL, PriBldent.
CINCINNATI. NEW TOHK, C0ICAGO,
LOIISVILLT, PAS FH'.NCIHCO.
T. ions, CLEVELAND.
pAnc'.sV road (.aki a'ptuVos
I'" Wo hnvi. tn ord.T on th Mmii'I jrtnrr.r
forO"fof the Vir "HomI Cr'. ;" wil' n' w
ff'-r tho Me ai a 1 i fttrnr.' to tni onu drtirout
uf i urchtKibit. (.'k1 or addrc ihlfottlce.
PORT G IS APE WIXE
Spkeu's I7oht Gapp: AVine !
four years old.
THIS CELKBItATKD NATIVE WINE l mad
X from thn j u lc- of Urn Oiiorto Ortpe, raited In
tliln count y. It invalnahlo tonic and ttrcnlti
etiina iroiert ' are uuturiiatacd hv any other
Nhuvo Wine. It Inif i he pare Jiilro of t a tirap,
pro.lncfd utid.sr Mr, Speer't own pertonal anpurvi
t on, ttt purity and : on neft, are euaranieert.
Tb'i voani-'. child nil parlak - of lt nerom
qnalttii't, anil iho weiik-t Invalid una It to advan
I'll.": It It particularly bimi'fliliil to ;heaned and
d hll I'll u-d, and tmt.-d 10 the arioua all moult tlftt
a '!V ! iliu wrtkiT tos. It It In every rt ict A
WISK K.i BR Itlil IEII OS.
peer's r. ,). Sherry.
Tlii'l' .I.MIKUHi' lea wne of Snpor'or ChBr
artorand an iket of the rich q'inl tictofi.he ijrapa
from h eh II it nrt.li. l'or l'urilv, Ulchnatu, Kla
vo' and Mtdtcltitl Propertied It will be lonnd un
excelled. Speer'ti P. J. Brandv.
This BKANDY ttandt nnrtra'ed In thla finintry
ucmizittr superior lor medicinal purpott-a. It la a
pil rc (lie till it Ion (ro n the graii", tod con'tliit vnl
liable incdlr.lnal proprile. Ii but a delicatu fia
vor. tlm lart'ithatof ihe i.'rait, from which It tt
dlatllled, and it tn great fvor amona flrtt-clatt
ftulli"t. See that tie ticmtnra of ALFRED
Bi'mik, i-astaic, h a la over the enrk of each
rold By PAUL. SOHtlH
AND DV t)lttI(iISTS everywhere:.
milECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cntro. lUtnolw
ti onio i.rvek. "
CAPITAL, 810 0,000
A General Rankin? Iniainuss
THOU. W. HALLtDAV.
TiNTRRi'UI'SK aaVINU HANK ,
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TITO. XV. 1IALL1UAY
IS MANDFACTUHK1) DV
F1BI1 BEOS. Be Q.,
WE MAKE EVKIIY VAIIIETY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by conflnlnir oiirtolvei strictly to oncclunof workt by cm ploying uono hut tho XXocst
cf UOHKi.MV 111I112 nothing but FIRST-CLASH IMIMlOVi-.O MACIIINLRY und the VEllf
BEST of hKL'tCTED T.MUi'.It, and by a TUOUuUUll liNoWLEUGU of tho butlneaa, we littTO
Juttly eurnoj iliu repuuiliuu uf uioking
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Mannfnctnrcra have abolished tho wurrnnty, bnt Apenta may, on ibclrown roBponsihility, give
the followlu ; warranty with each wa-mi. ( i0 a.-reoill
We llt-rrby Wurrnul tho FI?n BROS WAOON No to he woll nwd" In every partic
ular and oi fro'"! nmiorial, and that tho itreiit'ih of the tame la tiifficlotit for all work with fair
utajfe. Should any b-eakau-o occur within one year from thla date by ri-aton of defective material
or workmanship, repalre for the tn.newlll be furnlhed at placo of tale, froo of chartre. or ibe
price of tald rep.ilrt. a per axeni't prlco llt will be paid lo cash by tho purchmer producing a
iamplo of the brnkeii or dole, live prtn uu evidence.
Knowlnir w can ml: you, wo tollrlt natroniL'e from everv fctlon of the United Slatci. Send
foiPrkeiand Terma, and fur a copy of l'UE KAClNB AOR'U VLTl'Itlsi'. to
IU UIIOS. dc CO., Huclue, U'la.
ittHiLmii nap -Vtrwam
'i I 31 "J J "I t A SlN:"SCt mostly of Essential Oils
JJIjJJ!iMyCJ1rh0 n'0SiPnratin(? Liniment
iamwitMllMiilrYlWHWiW bo eonrent rated tliatn
fkw Mtoi-H applied to the surface will Penetrate to tho very Bone,
.uid almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothlnc,
nor discolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kind. It
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