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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
V1HT Mns.VIN IVUMUAT IIIIITIDI,
Only Mornintr Daily in Southern Illinois.
Lrgt Circulation of rtny Daily in
A waft f rw nfi between the two,
A atronr. tho It wall. t (mush ail nnsrii
lions Hiew wl"ri ll.e fl rt rutin r laid,
, Jor bow Ute wall nu bunt, 1 ween.
And to their llvr were qtilta apart,
A ulinijRli IhPT ihare.1 on bourd, one bed;
A rarelns taw timiRlit Aim.
Yet each s w (lit utter dead.
He. much Aluorhf.l In work And cila,
CJrew soon unmindful of lil li;
A tiMrt Indifference, ure ihn huff.
ctiAtiged love'i fine fold la wurtliieis dross.
Sria u (fared torture til nnfnld:
, Too proud lo inniirn. ton tr,'n !o die;
! The H pressed heavy (in her be :irt,
tier bit face lliuweU hei misery.
' S"1'! wiiilK prowtna rty flay,
'Twlxt man and wife.'twut frir nd and mend;
Would thereuntil knew, who lightly built,
I iiuw tad ud bitter It the end.
X raretc ji word. n unkind thought,
A aliKhl untied, a taunting tone,
Such thlrim as tin's, hefors t know,
Have laid Ue H' foiind.it 'on stone.
-FUAKCaS L. (jABDNBB.
"Birds Can Not Count"
Bit trgs them were, in .he nest of tho bird,
Under four brown wings' protection.
"Now bird can not count," said John. "I've
And io, without saying another word,
He took one for hit collection.
ne tBB there were In the robln'i nest;
Karl kuew from John's direction.
As birds can not tount," taicl Karl, " 'tis beat
To take one of theie, to co with the rent
Ot the kinds In my collection."
Fonr ews there were In the neet on the tree.
Said lick " I'pon reflection,
As birds can not count, I think It will be
No harm to thorn, and just rigU for rue,
To take one for mj collection."
Three e-ces there were In that harassed nest;
And I don't know what connection
Tbore was to the thoughts in the poor birds'
If birds can not count; but the; left the rest
For anybody's colleciioa.
Oh ! gi collectors, don't yon suppose
You might hare some slight objection,
Though you should forget how to count, if thois
Who look at your treasures, should, as they
Each take one from yonr collection?
Mrs. U.&C S lad it
"" TEE DOUBLE ELOPEMENT,
In a large, square, oKi-fashioncd
house such as our fathers iwud to build
when solidity was more sought after
than utility lived Philip Manson and
his sister Esther. Philip had reached
the mature ago of forty, and Esther
was close to him. Still, each hail pur
sued a solitary pathway through life,
seeking no companionship save that of
the other, till there was reason to be
lieve that they would continue to fol
low the same course till iu the fulness
of time they were gathered into the
family tomb the nrfptacle of many
fenerations of the Manson family.
here was more reason to think so,
since they took care to commend an un
married life, not only ly example but
"No," said Philip, when assailed on
this subject by a match-making lady;
"marrying may he very good for some
Eeople, but 1 could not bear to have my
abits broken in upon, and my whole
house turned topsy-turvy by the intro
duction of a wife.'"'
"But by-and-by, when you grow old
er, you will feel the need of a wife more
than at present."
"No," said Philip, conclusively, "I
have a sister who is 'devoted to me, and
while she lives I shall need no other."
As for Miss Esther, she often declared
that she never would make a slave of
herself for any man living. If other
women were foolish enough to give up
tfceir independence, and tie themselves
to a man, for no other earthly purposes
than to burden themselves with cares
and toil from morning till night, she
was iuro she had no objection. For Iter
own part she was wiser. Her brother
and she had always lived together
peaceably and happily, and she did not
think sho could make any change for
Of course, it was insinuated by thofl
whoso opinions' differed widely from
Miss Esther's, that in adopting this
opinion she was only making a virtue
of necessity, and that it was be-t to bo
contented with one's lot, providing there,
was bo chance of improving it. But
Esther did not hear theso remarks, and
w vaa not disturbed by them. She con
tinued to live in the old house with her
brother. They kept no domestic, sineo
Esther rather plumed herself on her
housekeeping qualities and there was
really but little to do. So as her brot h
er wa.s usually absent during the day.
she was left to the companionship of
lier own thoughts, unless some neighbor
chanced to call in a thing, by the way,
of rather rare occurrence, since most
of the neighbors hud large families of
their own, which necessarily conlined
them at home.
Early one afternoon, just after Esther
Manson had completed her task of
clearing away the dinner dishes, and
storing them 'away in the cupboard af
ter a thorough witching, she was startled
ty a rap at the door.
Somewhat (surprised by a caller at
this unusual hour, hhe answered the
Hommons. She was a little apprehen
sive that it was a neighbor who had of
late proved very troublesome from her
ti.'iblt of borrow'ing articles, and owing,
U is to bo presumed to an habitual fm
getfnhwst, neglecting lo return tlirrn.
"I hope," who mused, "that If it is
Mrs. Bailey, she will be wanting to bor
row something that I have not got."
.Sho opened the door; but no Mrn.
Bailey presented herself to her expect
ing gaze a gentleman of forty-live,
wirefully, nay, elegantly dressed stood
"I bcz j our pardon for intruding,
madam, sn'nl he, as he notieed Esther's
look of surprise; "but can you direct
ine to the hiUf r f ll.e late Mr. Well
Uect? I have lc " d it wiw for sale, and
from the doicri!i ,n 1 have heard of it,
jtlllgO it Will HUH ' 10,"
It is the next. : oie on the left, sir,"
answered Esther, who had had time,
while the gentleman was speaking, lo
examine his appoiiram e, which did nut
fail to impress her favorably.
'Thank you for the iii.rornintlon. I
trust you will pardon the trouble I have
occasioned you," replied the gentleman
"Not the least troubln in the world,"
replied Ktther, a little Muttered liy a def
erence to which sho had not been ac
customed. Two days afterwards, Esther heard
that Mr. VVelllleet's estate had been
purchased liy a stranger, named llige
low. Sho at once conjectured, and
rightly, Hint this was the same with her
visitor. A few days elapsed, and Est her
Manson received another visit from tlio
I have a favor to ask of you, Miss
Manson, he commenced (it seems ho
had ascertained her name). "I am
aware that our slight acquaintance will
hardly justify it, but I trust time will
remove this objection, You must
know," ho added smiling, "that I am
a bachelor, dependent in many respects
on my housekeeper, w ho though a good
womau in her way, I nm afraid is not
reliable in matters of taste. As my fur
nituro has arrived, but has not been ar
ranged. I would esteem it a real favor
if you would give mo your opinion in
some little matters respecting its proper
disposition. My carriage is at the door,
ready to carry you over."
"flat," said Njhcr, a littlo hesita
tingly, "I do not claim to have much
taste! I fear I should prove no more
reliable in that respect than your house
keeper." "1 have but to look around me," said
Mr. Bigelow, politely, "to be fully sat
isfied upon that point."
Esther's check flushed with pleasure
at this compliment, and sho made prep
arations to comply with her new visitor s
It wa3 not without a littlo conscious
ness of thu singularity of her position,
that Esther found herself riding by the
side of a gentleman with whom she had
scarcely exchanged a half-dozen words
in tho course of her life. The distance,
however, was but short, and she had
little time for reflection. On arriving
at her place of destination, sho found
the chief pnrt of the business accom
plished. The furniture, which, by tho
way, was new and handsome, had been
arranged in the rooms after a fashion,
but Esther was able to point out several
changes for the better, with all of which
Mr. Bigelow professed himself delight
ed; he, moreover, asked her advice as
to the proper place in which to hang
several tine pictures that he had picked
up in his European travels. This was
accorded with some hesitation.
Mr. Bigelow would not be satisfied
without showing his new-found acquain
tance all over the house, from kitchen
to garret. When all was completed he
overpowered her with protestations
of gratitude for her kind service, and
landed her at her own door just five
minutes before her brother came iu.
Esther was rather glad of this, as she
was a littlo suspicious that her brother
would consider her adventure a rather
To avoid comment she did not even
inform Philip that she had ever met
Mr. Bigelow. He took frequent oppor
tunities to call upon her, on somo slight
pretext or other, but it always chanced
to be at a time when her brotlier was ab
sent. 'I wonder," said Philip, carelessly,
as he sat by the fire one evening,
"whether Mr. Bigelow will not be look
ing out for a wife before lon?'
"I -I don't know," said Esther, and
in her embarrassment dropping half a
lozeu studies from the stocking which
she held in her hand.
"Not that I approve of marriage at
east, in inv own ease," said Philip, not
noticing this little demonstration, "but
it may be different with Mr. Bigelow.
Ho has no sister to superintend his es
tablishment. 1 don't know, however,
whether there is anybody like to suit
him in this village. Let me see there
is Mi.s.s Pro-ton; she might do."
"No. I ilon t think she would suit him
at all." said Either, with a spirit which
considerably surprised her brother.
"Mie kuows very little about housekeep
ing." Whv, 1 thought you and Miss Pres
ton were friends,'' ,;iiil l'iiilio a little
ell, so are we, returnetl hsther
in her u-nal tone; "but I L hardly
think she would suit Mr. Bigelow."
"Perhaps not," he rejoined, and so
the conversation ended.
From the conversation which we have
recorded above the reader will obtain
some iu.xighl into the character of
Esther's feelings towards Mr. Bigelow.
She would hardly confess it to herself;
but, as a matter" of fact, her ideas of
marriage had suffered a material change
within a brief period.
McanwhiUthu gentleman continued
lis visits. Oftentimes he would a.sk to
see the bed of flowers on which Esther
rather prided herself, and sometimes
he would iet ition for seeds, being very
fond of flowers, as he said, and very
anxious to introduce them iu his own
On one of these occasions Mr. Bige
low, after a little 'cubic embarrassment,
"1 would like to ask vour advice, jvii-s
E-ther, on ra'htr a delicate subject, and
one of great importance to myself.
There, is one thing 1 wish to secure !
make my eMablWiUiwit complete, but
I hard! v know in what manner to a-k
"What u it ou refer tor"' asked
Est her, on -uspii.iotiily .
"A wife, was tJie Hgmrjeant reply.
I HtitJy a deep crimson flushed
Esther's chei k.i. She did not trust her
self to speak.
"Need 1 say that yon arc the o ne
wborn of all other 1 would seek to place
in that position?''
He took her unresiiting hand and
kissed it w ilh all the gallantry of a
"But what m '.11 my brother "ay?" in
quired Esther, when sho found Voi' i: to
"What should ho say? You are your
own mist rets, surely."
"Yes, but he is alwavi ridieuling the
idea of marriage, and f couldn't venture
lo tell him,"
".No need of it. hi I'm run away to
New York and get married. You know,"
he added gaily, "wo are both votincf and
romantic, and it would Lu quite iu
Esther at lirst objected, but when she
eumo to consider thut In this wav sh
would bo relieved of a great portion of
the cmbarrtiMsiDeiit which streli a step
would naturally bring with it, sho con-
ceritod, and thut day wi nk was appoint
"d for the departure. She required this
.'mie to jiinhi! p'vpiiralioiih.
Meanwhile, if Either had not been ro
'xehMvidy occupied with .r own af
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINU, DECEMBER
fairs, sho might havo noticed that a
chango had como over Philip. Ho was
often absont evenings, and when at
. homo was more silent and abstracted
than his wont. Tho former sho readily
attributed to tho cause which ho assign
ed, namely, a pressure of business.
Tho latter sho did not observe, her
mind being pro-occupied. We, who aro
in tho secret, may tako tho liberty of
following him on ono of his business
calls, it was at a neat cottage, from
whose front door dangled an immense
knocker, that Philip Mason knocked.
The, door wiw opened by tho same Miss
Preston, who, somo months' before, ho
thought "might do" for Mr. Bigelow.
"Good evening, Maria," was his
salution iw he entered. After a brief
conversation about the weather, the
crops and other standard topics, which,
however trivial they may seem, could
hardly be dispensed with, he began to
show signs of embarrassment, and final
Maria Miss Preston I mean Maria,
what aro your opinions about mar
riage?" "Why," said she, "I hardly know. I
I don't think I have given much con
sideration to the subject."
"Because," eoutinued Philip, "I lind
my opinions havo sufl'ered a great
chango on this point There was a
time 'when I thought it unwise, but now
if I could get a good wife, such as you,
for example, I should be inclined to try
"0, lor, Mr. Manson," said Miss
Pceton, in somo pertubation, "how
Five minutes afterwards Miss Treston
had accepted the proposal of Philip,
and the two were, tg all intents and
"The only thing I think of," said tho
gentleman. al'ter a pause, "is that my
sister Esther is a decided enemy to
marriage, and I hardly dare tell her
that 1 am about to marry. If wo only
go away and have the ceremony pcr
tormed'it would bo pleasanter."
"Suppose we go to New York," sug
gested the bride-elect.
"A good idea. We'll go. When cab.
you be ready?"
"Next Monday morning."
So next Monday morning was agreed
upon. It so happened that Esther was
to start on Monday afternoon for tho
same place, with the same purpose in
view but of this coincidence neither
party was aware.
Tho reader will please go forward a
week. By this time tho respective
parties have reached New York, united
in the holy bonds of matrimony, and
are now legally husband and wife.
They were located at hotels situated on
the same street, and even on the samo
side of the way, but were far from be
ing aware of the propinquity. On the
morning succeeding the two marriages,
for by a singular chance they happened
on the same day, Mr. Bigelow and
Esther started out for a walk down
street. It so happened that Philip and
his wife were at the same moment walk
ing up street. Tho natural consequence
was that tho two parties met.
"Good Heavens! my sister!" exclaim
"Merciful goodness! my brother!"
"What brings you hero with Mr.
"Nay, how happens it that you aro
here with Miss Preston?"
"Miss Preston is now my n-ife!"
"And Mr. Bigelow is my husband!'
"But I thought you wero opposed to
"And 1 supposed you were equally
"My friends," interposed Mr. Bige
low, "this is a day of surprise but I
trust of such a nature that we shall all
be made the happier thereby. My re
gret, Mr. Mansou, at robbing you of
your housekeeper is quite dissipated
by the knowledge that you have so soon
supplied her place.
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During tho past tew weeks great improve
ments have been made iu Tho Evening
Chronicle. Throe-fourths of its former stuff',
which at first was made up only of avmlablo
men, and necessarily not tho best, have
been changed for the better. From tho first
ranks of Wt. Louis journalists theso recruits
havo been picked. "Good salaries and good
work," is tho motto that has been adopted
by tho managers of this paper.
l tic feature ol state nows, which at first
was necessarily crude, has been greatly un
proved upon. Tho department has been
put under the charge of a capable state
editor who by the aid of a largo corps of
correspondents has made tho department
ouo ot tho most admirable features nf the
paper. It is daily tilled with tho freshest
news from various points throughout tho
two states Illinois and Missouri, through
the medium of the telegraph and post.
rurtlior improvements in this department
Ihu Chronicle market reports-arc now the
latest and most reliable published in the
Another improvement has been made in
the telegraphic news of tho matter. The
Chroniclo is now receiving telegraphic news
lrom until the press associations.
Tho gentleman who unto tho present
time has acted as Washington correspondent
for the Chicago Times, has been engaged
by The Chroniclo and will during tho com
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latest ana most reliable news from the na
A special correspondent of the Chronicle
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informed of the latest and best news lrom
that point during the coming session of the
The Chronicle has now ceased to be an
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of journalism in St. Louis. Although it is
less than five months old it has attained a
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We dksihe to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
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some rosewood case, for only $243; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, incluiliny
sheet music at one-third price. These
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the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
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him more than one-halt the price charged
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to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
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Jones now goes to business regularly.
That attack of neuralgia that laid him up,
and which was only a fresh visitation of an
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friends advice and used Dr. Thomas he
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Who is Mns. Winsi.ow. As this ques
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and talents as a icmalc physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as a re
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obtained in a lifetime spent as nurso and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
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consequence of this artclo Mrs. Winslow
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AND I Exhibition lor thirteen years.
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TT V MT TV ' " J'"1 Eorca-v J.ay
il.L.UXvl. I inents. Jti. a quarter and up-
1 ward. (.ata.OKues free. M.(N
TO I A- llumlfr. llr...ii ('(I I'J Tr...
I Alio moiitstreet. Ilor-tnu Eat llth
atrett, (I'nlon Square,) New York, M!l Wabah
A brilliant book. facloat)rif In etjlc. pure in
laricuaie, endorsed hy physicians rvennnere. An
elahorati! exposition of th l'hlca! Life of .Man
and woman. Kleeanlly printed and fully Illustrat
ed. Extraordinary Inducements to A vent a. Ad
dress JONES llKOTIlEItsJ it CO., Chicago, III,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Macutacturer ai.d dea'.ur in Custom-made
BOOTS axi) SHOES.
Finest and Xeatoft
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for fioys'and
Men's wear to lo
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. U All work warranted, and Itcpuiriuu neatly
done on shoit notice.
IwLtIi Between Commercial and
ilgllUl Ol., Washington. Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
All Sorts. Style and Slr.es at
C. Iv O C ITS,
Manufacturer and dealer
la tho finest Hund Sewcd and l'cRced lloola and
Shoea of all the latest style, from the best
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturers. Una the larett and beat selected
stock to be found In tho city fur
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Child ren's
wear, at the lowest possible prices, Always on hand
a complete stock of leather and flmllnca.
Rubbers, etc., etc.
No. W Commercial Ave, . fSiiiiJI III
Bet. Fifth nlul Sixth St, f Villi U, III.
EARS rou THE MILLION!
Foo CIioo'h Ilalsam of Shark's Oil
Positively Restore tho Ilcarlnir, and la thu Ouly
Absoluto euro for Deafness Knowu.
This Oil Is extracted from a peculiar specie of
small White Sunrk, rauclit in llm lullow seu,
known as Carchiirodott liomli li'tll. KvcrvClilnnsii
tlshermim know It. lt virtues n n rctorntle of
heuritiK were discovered hy a Hnddhist I'rlesl about
tun year miu. lis cure with so numerous aim
ninny so seemlnuly miraculous, that (he remedy
was ufllclnlly pruclulmed over tho entire Umpire.
It use became so universal thai for over !im year
no de'ifciu'ss ha existed anionic Hie Chinese, peo
ple. Sent, churls prepaid, to any address ul )l lr
' Imported hy HAYl.OCK CO..
i run AMiom'A. T luy hi., New Yoik.
It virtue nre tiniiiii'stloimlili) anil lis curutlv
tliarncter absolute, an tho writer rim ii''soiially
I'stllV. both from experience iiml observation.
Anions the tniiuv rcuder of I hi' 1 cvkw in one
Tntrt. anil an ther of the ennui rv. It la tirobahle IhiiL
number HP' ulllicted with ileuhuws. ami to such It.
mny be said: "Wrltimt once to Ilaylock A Co.,
llev Street. New York, eiirlosinir $1. and .votl wl
receive by return a rnmtdy that will euable yon to
hear llko'anybody else, and w hose curative. cHert
will "u permanent You will never regret ilnlnic
o." editor or .sew voru siercnniun K' view,
Hupt. iiitu, IH60,
fftifl en ba
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Xot Merely Relieveu
And Can Prove What wo Claim.
frlT-Tliero are to lallurea and no disappoint
liienta. If you ttr troubled wm( SICK IIKAI
ACHE you can Im easily and quickly cured, a.
hundreds have been already. wV shall bo pleased
to mail a sheet of testimonial to any Interested""
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forma or Illl loudness, prevent Constt
nation and Dyspepsia, promote Dlirculon. relieve
!Vr'Mc.fr"m "" h:'irV' ""l.'. correct Disorders
ol the Stomach, htl unilate tho l.lvtr. and lOumlate
littlo pill at a dote. They are purely vegetable, do
not (jrlpe or puree .and are aa marly porfect aa
It is pos. hie for a pill to he. I'rlce x'5 cet l. 5 for
fl. Sold hv driiorlst everywhere or sent by mall
CAItl'EK MEDICINE CO.. EkIB. PA
N K W AD VE KTJSE MEN I S
LLOYD & McKEAX
No. 34 WALL S1REKT, NKW YORK.
,.We ""y ld sfll at current rate:
t . S. 'lovernnieiit honda-
Central Pacini: Land (.rant Bonds.
Central Pacific First Mortice liold Bon.;..
( alifornla and Oregon d0
Sun Joaquin Valley do
Western Pacific J
Southern I'acillc ol Cal do '
Chesapeake A Ohio KVV. Co. Bonds and bund
and stoi k scrip and coupons.
We have for sa'etue Chesapeake A Ohio M-rie
"A o per cent. Bonds, at lfT!a and Interest.
We buy and sell on comii.lssion iln, unties
dealt In at the .stock Exchange, and u,ak ad
vance thereon to responsible paitle.,
ue m-o iiuv ami sen on con.nil.ion all 'asea
of securities not quotvd at the Stock Kvhanjj
Wu receive deposits and allow li r, st on dally tai
A Y H A It and expense to
agents. omen ft. Address. P.
O. VICKIiKV, Augusta. Main
A AEIcsant Cbromo Card, New Sules. loe. U'enta
''wanted. L. JONES 4 Co.. Nassau, N. Y.
THIEVES ami DETECTIVES.
The most thrlllliii' . T.liir,. r. ..!., i ,.
evrwilt,en. Takeu from pi hale records never
e, ,.,i.: puoiisui u. raci(ii i tro Author, the
lrent. st living Detect le. 1 hrlllliiK llliiroat on
11 V ALLAN I'lNKKKTON.
LOW In iMcfi. X rriitru.tltWttt fi. i..,i .
iMiVr book .u o,,lii inmi.-riitv
i. W. CA If I.ETON CO.. Psblishtr". N. Y. City
NEW ADYEH'l IsEMENTS.
Ar ANTED. - Mannfaetnrtns! cone ru waul a
i oupinina man i it every city mot already ukcD
A lew hundred dollar U'-ccary to pay for good
on delivery aliec order have In 'ell ecll!efl C.i-
satnu. 1'0 per nionih tirollt riiarsi,i..il 11,.'.
Hirst "-arching Investigation solicited A S
AKNOI.D A CO . corner rirst hlreel and llroml
way, Brooklyn. N. Y.
I. Irfe. !t p ii... I'rntieunce I the ne.i ty th'- rm-b.
el me,;,-l 4 'il l.'.f 1 1, h iii (ie it i.i 1.1 i, l.ir,r4
ll'. .1 I'j Wmh , liin.,.,.f., .,,1 i ,,r. i,-
buijbyuijjui'U. w h scnuprr.LiK t co it r
MurrUiU4 tif f st.
In'an f M(ki Ret i"4!
DR. KLINE SGREAf
fT all I'.anw St .Si av lo.a.srs. (' . -ur
fur ftir Si. in-niu ami rr J fir! .'
iKHtinii If titen a directed. A' htivjUr
(trttday'iuit. Treaile ami SJ trial tcitnuirt
l'i(i'Xlirnu,they ,.iyinKiprpaia. s-nd riansi
I'. 0. and f l.r-- .,1 Ine, in lis KI.INvl
An hSll'hiUlclpU-la, la. cryiriiafU vo4.
Wlihnnt mcrlMnes. ALLAN'S BOLTTILK MKIM.
J'ATKI) llol dlKS. 1'atenk'd 0 lober la. ir.n.
No. 1 will cure any cjw in fonr diir, or
No. a will cire (lie m.l obstinate c.ue, uu msiter
Cf how longaundini;,
Nonaiiacoua di,e.i of eubebs, eopalba or nil of
fcodnlwood, Uial ant certain lo nroOnce dysneon
y d"trojlnir llm eoailiiKs of tlio p,mi h. Nn
ayrlmieaorasirlnRent lujeidlou to proaucr otbrr
Price fi :A miLI) BY ALL DIICGOI3TS, or
Dialled o receipt or pre e.
For f her parti -nlara aend f"r elrcnlar.
P. O. M l 1511. J C. ALLAN CO., Ij .lolia Klrcet.
We off, r IUX reward fur aoy car tbey will not
Uulck. safe and sure curt,
1 Orladrthat si nd na their
adilrca. will recelvnaonie
thing l-Yni tin Mail, Out
may prove tbe, iteppltiir-stona lo a life of soceeiw.
It Is especially adapted lo tlioae wlio bare reachf
the foot of the hill. A'lilres M. iOI NO, 171
Ureeuwleh Btreet, Newr Vork.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK i
I (lit, UK' tlH AND SAOIS HIR 1IIK Mll.l.lnNl
ln,i,p.nilil. bi l .riiwr, Msfhwlf., M.rrlitiil., tr..fMlei .U.
SlbiUnli, ur lb. Kirk, t'.hillUWd, Iill.lwl, lion.,i..r.. A.,
i iu. p-'l""n I' TV ;.. IJJfHt. II. MuhtUJII,
141 Ntulh Mb HllHl, Rrvollva, N. V,
flssprrb Ilolldny IMIHon.
mlYi OR K S,
Bound nuil llluatror
ted, sent a a breni.
1 Dr, Footo'i HfALTH '
MONTHIY. al ii l t
veMP. Kaniolii free, af.'
UllU'uu. ty0.ilWulKJ!UBircei, i.v ny..
I'osUige ou bwk sij cental reentered mail, ;
THIS ( IlK'JNtCI.K.
The -Evening Chronicle
of Ht. I.otil I the paper that contains
and most reliable Ht. 1.
mil miirltcls and at "tenew.
Prtcu by mail 15 per year; dellvored by nt. utH lo
cent per week.
Wanted, a ond aiceiit In every town; Rood
naicct KUarautecrl. Address
ST. 1,01'Ib, MO.
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C.viiU), Ii.unois, Dceoniher, 10, friM).
The reifular annual menllna of thu stockholder
of the City National Bunk or Cairo, for tho ptirpoaei
of elect line even directors, will be held at tho of
fice of lil bunk, lu till cliy.oti Tuesday, tsnnury
11, 1HSI. Poll onen ul 10 o clock s. lu. and clon
at i o.clock p. in. of ssid dsr
I'lloH. W. IIAI.I.tDAY, Cashier.
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