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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1830.
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Stop That Con?li.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, conscniption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or nny
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
Kiug's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
uttich excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tlio last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly 6ay that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale bv George E. O'Hara. Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (3)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
Bond a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
R. Scheutenmuller, Brooklyn, writes:
Your Spring Blossom is invaluable. I
have had Scrofulous sores on my legs for a
number of years, and occasionally they
would break out on my face. I have taken
two bottles of Spring Blossom, according
to directions, and now all the sores have
disappeared, and my skin is perfectly
Jicalthy. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
We dksike to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn I'iauo Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $850 Square Grand
Tiano, 3 stringed; 7J octaves, in a hand
some rose wood case, for only $245; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
I'lanos, including Grand, Square and Lp
right, mado one of the finest displays ut
the Centenuial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal ot Merit. The Mendels
sohn Fiano Co. are the first to do a ijeneral
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-Halt the pneo charged
by other first-class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Svs
tern, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. Wo would
recommend any ot our readers who have
auy idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Rowing and Reaping.
When a vounir ladv hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, slio sews that she may
reap. hen seeds ot disease are planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from rcaninir the benefit bv
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents
inai uottics iu cents.
Tiik Florence "Nkhitinoalk ok tub
NuusKiiv The following is an extract
from a letter written to tho German Rcfom
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Pcnn:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Wiuslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susye
to' Bay, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grin
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrlwa. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
tho infant safely through tho teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. We have never seen Mrs.
Wiuslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had tho power
we would niako her, as she is, a physical
avior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. S3 cents a bottlo. (3)
The ltiglit Application,
Mrs. D. Morrison, Farnham Center, P.
Q. writing about Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil, says : "George Bell used it on his son,
and it cured him of rheumatism with only
a few applications. The balance of tho
bottlo was used by an old gentlemen for
asthma, witli tho best results, It acts like
a charm, bold by i'ail G.Suiuii.
Is "Damn" an Oath?
"Damn," its a umin substantive,
Is an old regular word, used frequent
ly in English writers down to tho
first part of the seventeenth century.
We do not see why so ponderous a
word has been dropped by lexicograph
ers. In soiuo places, as, if we speak
how original sin lies heavy on us, it
seems a most appropriate word. "We
inherit, with Adam's nature, tho damn
cleaving to it!" This use of the word
came down to our American grandfa
thers, ami lasted even to tho time when
the "continental currency" was a dead
"loss-" So came the expression "not
worth a continental damn," or "dead
loss." And for short: "Not worth a
damn" or bit of paper that was a dead
lots! It is not to the credit of our Ameri
can lexicographers that thev have not
recognized this origin of a pnrase pecu
liarly American, and that if "slang" nt
first, having a basis in fact, like a count
less number of other words, it has been
enrolled as a factor in our accepted lan-
?iage as "gerrymandering" has been,
ho people did tetter than their writers
of primers, grammars and dictionaries,
Damn means a loss (in American par
lance, as above, a worthless scrip).
Damnable, for its general meaning, sig
nifies "worthy of severe censure!' On
ly when used'in a theological connection
does it imply what puritans suppose.
It, most certainly, is not "swearing!"
And, except by the imposition of the
Puritan signification, is not cursing! And
yet we remember hearing people, using
a phrase whose history uu'y Knew not,
say "1 do not care a cuss" meaning a
A Dog' Clever Acting:.
Mr. John Hare, the actor, may be
described as inhabiting the locality
known as 'round the corner," his
dwelling being situated in one of those
pleasant nooks of Kensington just out
of the hurly-burly of traffic. At the
top of llornton street, beyond the large
mansion just built, is a house, if of any
order, then of the chalet order of arch
itecture.. I.t is one of those houses
which appears to have dropped down
where it is without reference to align
ment or the severities generally. Ex
ternally it is of a fine Venetian red; in
wardly it is decorated after the fashion
which has received the name of a prov
erbially defunct queen.
tor the moment the tenants arc omut,
a black collie, with the urouer ouantitv
often distributed abmit bis person, and
a small terrier, swathed in a dog s coat
and ensconced before the fire. Smut
makes friends at once with a friend of
the drama, for he is a theatrical dog
perhaps rather amateur than profes
sional. While "New Men and Old
Acres" was. being rehearsed at the
Court theater, Smut, who went to the
theater every morning with his master,
followed him about diligently on the
stage, and in the rums scene threw
himself at his master's feet in the most
picturesque of all possible attitudes.
un the nrst nignt ot me womienuuy
successful revival of the comedy, which
he wrote with the collaboration of Mr.
Dubourg, Mr. Tom Taylor was struck
by the want of the dog in the scene just
referred to. To him the grouping was
imperfect, iivl after seeing the comedy
again he spoke to Mr. Hare on the sub
ject. Now, Mr. Hare was doubly sen
sitive, as actor and as manager, to the
possibility of some ridiculous contre
temps, and demurred altogether to
the presence of Smut upon the stage.
Mr. Tom Taylor insisted, and Mr. Hare
protested, until, the. success of the piece
being assured, he yielded to the author's
importunities, and Smut was allowed to
follow his master onto the stage in the
important scene. The sagacious beast
walked on as quietly as possible, took
not the slightest notice of the audience
and Hung himself down at his master's
feet just as he had so often rehearsed
the part. After this as playgoers will
recollect Smut played every night
during the long run of "New Men and
Old Acres" with such perfect success
that he became a prime favorite with
Avery singular book has just been
published in Germany. It purports to
be written by a lady to whom old King
Leopold, of 'Belgium, was married se
cretly about 1827, on condition that if
ho were called to a throne tho marriage
shouM bo considered null and void.
To this the lady consented; but she now
not only discloses the fact, but gives a
detailed account of the transaction, aud
of her married life with Leopold.
A Wonderful Escape.
Ever since Lake Erie has been navi
gated by civilized people, especially f r
the last century, has she swallowed up
largo numbers of human beings by ship
wreck, by fire, or by other casualties,
and while many bodies are recovered,
there are hundreds that are never found,
and many that float ashore that are nev
Captain Oilman Appleby, of Con-
neaut, Ohio, was captain and part
owner of the Schooner Jsew Connecticut.
An aunt of his, then residing at Black
Koek, below Buffalo, went to Conneaut
to visit her brother there. After re'
mnininrr fur smnu timo. nlif h((nnift fT.
reedingly anxious to get home. Captain
Appleby endeavored to dissuade his
aunt from taking the homo journey un
til ho should he going out with his vs.
sel, when he would take her home. His
efforts in that direction, however, were
unavailing, and he had to take her on
board the schooner to go to Buffalo in
charge of the crew.
Everything passed off quietly until
after tho vessel had passed Erie, when
a sudden stjuall struck and rolled her
upon her side, when she nearly filled
with water, but continued to float.
Tho crew loosening tho vessel's yawl
lumped in and pulled for the shore,
leaving the woman in the cabin, as thev
supposed drowned, Tho party landed,
and made their way as best they could
back to Conneaut.
Three days after the accident Captain
Wilkins, of the steamboat William Pea
cock, in coining down from Detroit
was besought by Captain Appleby to
board tho wreck If ho saw it, and if pos
sible to get tho body of his aunt out of
tho cabin and convey it to Buffalo.
Captain Wilkins discovered the disabled
vessel drifting down tho lake, ami, after
coming alongside, the first mate of the
Peacock boarded the wreck and mado
search. Tho schooner lay upon her
side, and, to all appearances, was full
of water. A polo was employed, and It
was supposed every part of tho cabin
was touched, and tho conclusion was
reached that tho remains had floated
out of tho cabin into the lake; heuco
further search was given up,
Two days afterward Captain Appleby
came down with a vessel and facilities
to right the schooner and tow her into
the nearest port, the drowned woman's
son being along to assist in the recovery
of tho body. Tho vessel was finally
righted, and when tho cabin door had
nearly reached a level portion, tho
woman walked through tho water and
came up stairs upon deck.
She w:us caught by Captain Appleby
and supported, while her son wept and
the sailors screamed. Five days and
nights she had been iu the water, while
a portion of her timo she was up to her
mrmpits. Nie count not no uown, aim
what sleep sue got was in tuai position,
and all tho food she had was a solitary
cracker and a raw onion, which floated
on the water.
She stated that after the vessel cap
sized ami was abandoned by the crew,
she found herself alone in water waist
deep. The cabin door was open, but
the Hood was two feet above it, and the
sea made constant changes in her posi
tion. When Captain Wilkins stopped,
she could hear the boarding party talk
and walk on the vessel, arid although
she used her voice to its Inmost to at
tract attention, she could not make
them hear. She saw the pole thrust
into the cabin door by Captain Menton,
and asked if she should hold on to it
and be pulled out, but no answer came,
the captain hearing no other noise than
the splashing of the water, and having
not the remotest idea that the wuir.au
was there, alive or death '
The New Orleans Picayune has soma
statistics showing that before the civil
war tho South had more taxable prop
erty on her rolls than New England
anil the Middle States combined. After
the contest and five vears of peace she
had sunk $300,000,000 below tho New
England States alone. In I860, 40 per
cent of all the real and personal prop
erty assessed in tho United States was
in the Southern States, while now tho;
have only 14 per cent.
Look at This and Then at That
From the Petroleum Worl.l.
Miss Blanche Murray is a vorvrroner
young lady. Last week she caught her
little brother smoking.
"You terrible thing," she hissed, "I
am going to tell father on you."
"It is only corn silk," muttered the
"I don't care what it is. I am going
to tell on you, and see that you don't
get into that beastly, horrid, degrading
habit. I wouldn't have anything to do
It is evening. Miss Murray is sitting
on the front stoop with Algernon. It is
moonlight, and the redolent spirits of
the honeysuckles and syringa waft bliss
to their already intoxicatedsouls.
"Would little birdie object to my
smoking a cigarette?''
"Not at all," replied Miss Murray. "I
like cigarettes. They are so fragrant
and romantic. I think they are just too
delicious for anything."
"Then I'll light one."
He lights a cigarette, and they talk
about tho weather for two hours aud a
The World's Cattle Supply.
An English paper says: If meat is
scarce and dear in Western Europe,
such is not tho cano in other parts of
the world, as the following statistics rel
ative to America, Australia and Africa
will show: Uruguay, the population of
which by the last census of 1876 was
400,000 souls, possessed at tho fame
time 4,fc7.VJ-4 head of horned cattle
ami 9,142.155 slieep, but as those figures
arc taken from the returns made by the
farmers themselves for tho purpose of
taxation. M. Vat alba, Comptroller of
the State, considers the moro accurate
numbers would bo C.00O.O0O and 12,
(MM 100. The Argentine Confederation,
far larger in extent, with barelv '2,000,
OuO of inhabitants, had, according to a
calculation published ut Pernios Ayrcs
in 1875, 13.493,090 animals of tho bovine
species, of which 5, 110,020 were in the
province of Buenos Ayrcs, and 57, &4(5,
413 sheep. But, according to the offi
cial announcement in the Argentine sec
tion of tho exhibition of 1K7S, the real
quantities were 8i,xn,((0 of sheep and
15,0(i0,tK)0 of horned cattle, A va.-t ex
tent of the southern portion of Brazil,
particularly in the province of Kio
Grande, Bolivia, and portions of Peru
on the eastern slopes of the Amies, aro
aWo occupied in raising cattle, but tho
difficulties of procuring definite returns
are so great that any estimate made
could only bo mere guess work. Turn
ing now to North America, where im
rnenso districts are almost wholly pas
toral, the figures published in 1872 by
Mr. Block showed tho existence of 2G,
G93.305 head of cattle, 31. (179.300 sheep,
and 32,000,000 of pigs. But tho num
bers have vastly increased since, owing
to the extensive trade w hich has sprung
up between Kngland and the United
States in meat, both salt and fresh. Ac
cording to some statistics published by
the French Minister of Commerce, Can
ada possessed in 18711 2,(12 1,299 animals
of the bovine race, ami 3,155,509 of tho
ovine, The numbers .-upposod to exist
in Aust ralia and New Zealand are 5.995,
872 of the former ami 01,(119. 907 of tho
latter, of which the share of New South
Wales is 3,131.013 cattle, 25.029,755
sheep, as well as 173.(101 pigs. Finally
England's enormous colony in the South
of Africa is, speaking generally, devoted
to raising cattle, and, although no ac
curate returns are forthcoming, the, fact
is know n that this indu-try is extending
Tho following twenty men are esti
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IT IlINOS OP A OHAT1.KUI. II ICA UT AND OIVF.8
UOMOIt W 11 1,11 K 1IONOII IS Dt'IC,
Mr. S. W. Capps, of Seottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swaync & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
having had tho Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, ami have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, ami
have paid out at least five hundred dol
lars yes, I would bo safe in saying ono
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and tho
only relief was to bathe 111 cold water,
sometimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to one and bII as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
45 learn llefore the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
At a simple purgative they are tineipialed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Ech wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fleming Bros.
8" Insist upon having the genuine Dk.
C. McLANE'S LIVER TILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
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Unction at every great World s
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tt . ,r,r ,,T I'rlces. r,l , $.'.7, W, M.iu, to
flAAlTil and npwaid. For oary pay
iwiliJliI uienls. $ii.;w a quarter nnd up-
num. v itin.ogues iree. imah.
& Hamlin Organ CO.. 1M Tre-
mmit ritret't ll,,Mi,,T, 14; I' ..... 1 1,1.
Square.) New York, 1 Wabash
A brilliant book, fascinating iu sylo. pure in
language, endorsed by iihysiciniis eu-n where. An
elaborate exposition of the I'IivpIcdI Life of Man
sud woman. Elegantly printed and fully lllusirat
ed. Extraordinary Inducements to Agents. Ad
dress JONES BROTHERS Jfc CO., Chicago. III.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Manufacturer and dealer m Custom-made
BOOTS a xi) SHOES.
trRR in Rif
THE Largest, ir
Finest ami Nt-atot ff
stock of Custom ?
Made Boots and ,;
Shoes for Boj s'and ' , )
Men's wear to lie i-'
found in the city. v 1
No other shop can jf -v
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on shoit notice.
Pwrllili Between Commercial sud
Xill,lllll Ol., Washington Ave.
Cairo - - Illinois.
JJOOTS AND SHOES.
All Sorts, Styles and Si7.es at
c. k o c i-rs,
Manufacturer and dealer
la tho finest Hand-Sewed and Pegged Boots and
Shoes of all the latest styles, from the best
St. Lon.s and Uostox
Manufacturers. Has the largest and best seleited
stock to be found lu the city for
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest possible prices. Always on baud
a complete stock of leather aud findiBijp.
Rubbers. etc.. etc.
No. !0 Commercial Ave. I . ft,,;,,.-. Til
Bet. Fifth and hi.xthMs. i lilllO, ill.
EARS FOIt THE MILLION!
Foo Clioo's Balsam of Shark's Oil
Positively I!etoresthe Hearing, and Is the Only
Absolute Cure for Deiifuess Known.
This Oil is extracted from a peculiar species of
small Whlto Miark, caught in the Yellow Sea,
known as Carcharodon Kondeletll. EtervChlnese
fisherman knows it. Its virtues as a restorative of
hearing wers discovered by a lliiddhiHt Priest about
the year 1110. Its cures'were so numerous and
many so seemingly miraculous, that the remedy
was officially proclaimed over the entire Empire.
Its use became so tii.iverul that for over arm year
nodeifeness bus existed among the Chinese peo
ple. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address at $1 per
Only Imported by HAYI.OCK CO..
hoi.r AtjKNTs roit ambiik a. T Dey St.. New York.
Its virtues are unquestionable and Its curative
character absolute, as the writer can personally
testily, both from experience and observation.
Among the many readers of tho Review in one
part and an' ther of the country, it is probable that
numbersare afflicted with deafness, and to such it
may be said: "Write at once to Hnylock & Co., T
Dey Street, Now York, enclosing , and you will
receive by return a renudy that will enable you to
hoar like anybody else, aud whose curative effects
will bo permanent. You will never regret doing
so. "-Editor of New York Mercantile Kevlew,
Sept. '.Villi, lrW),
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
TRADE MRK.Tht Oreat English! HADE MARK
WU Hctncdv. an tin-
-1 falling euro for
Sperm a t orrhoea,
Impotency. and all
diseases that fol
low as a conse
quenco of self
Bj m . abuse; as loss of.
JJelOrO lalOnCmemorv. universal
lassitude, palp'u the back, dlm-A ff r fPol.,'--ness
of vision, iirenialiire old age.0,110 Atusing,
and many other diseases that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature grave.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, which wc de
sire to send free by mall to every ono. Tbospo
tlllc medicine Is sold by all druggists at per
package', six for or will bo sent tree by mall on
receipt of the monxv by addressing THE OKAY
MEDICINE CO., No. 3 Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Sold In Cairo by Barclay Bros., Paul O
Schuh aud (leo K. O'llaia.
Yourselves by making mon
ey when a golden chuueu Is
ottered, thereby always
keeping poverty from your
door. Those who always
tuke auvautago oi ine good
ohances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove such chances remain In poverty. W u want
many men, women, hoys anil girls to do work for us
right In their own localities, Tho business will
nay moro than ten times ordinary wages. We
furnish an expeiisenslvu niittlt and nil that you
need free, No ono who engages falls to make
money rapidly. You can devote your w hole time
In tho work, or only your spare moments. Full
Information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress UTINSON it CO., Portlund, Maine,
ICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Sot Merely Kelievec,
And Can Prove What we Claim.
nTThoru aro no failures and no disappoint
ments, If yu urB iri,u,lB, Wtll McK hYsU-
ACHE you can be easily and uukkly cured.
hundreds have been already. We shall be Mea'sTd
to mail a sheet of tcstliin.nl,,!,, to aii7"liii. r, .i..,i""
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also cure all forms or Biliousness, prevent Const!
pat on ana Dyspewis. promote Digestion ,e,.y0
distress from too hearty eating, corn et Disorder,
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver and Keiu . .
th Dowels. They do all this by t kl i ji,M o, "
It le pill at a dose. They are purely yegetil,) ,, do
not gripe or purge, and aro as nearly perfect as
It Is posh ble or a pill to be. Price , ,",5 for
$1. Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by mall
CART Kit MEDICINE C O , , E hi E , PA
LLOYD & McKEAN
Xo. 31 WALL NUIKKT, XEW V0BK.
,- ,)Vc hly"il sell at current rates:
I . 8. tiovernnient Bonds-
Central Pacini: Land (.rant Bonds.
Central Pacific Kiret Mortgage Oojd Il- iu's.
I allfornla and On gou do
Sau Joatilu alley ,0
Western Pacific ,0
Southern Paciilc ol Cal do
Chcsat.take.fc OhloHW. Co. Bond, at.d bond
and stock scrip snd coupons.
We havo for sale the Chesapeake Jl Ohio Series
A i. per cent. Bonds. l k-, and interest.
W e buy and sell un commission ti e securities
dealt In at the Stock Exchange, and make ad
vunces tb.-reou to responsible parties
e also buy and sell on commission a'! classes
or securities nut uuotud Bt the Slock LxrUi ge
V.e receive deposits und allow iurcH oi. dsl v Ul-
A Y K A It and expenses to
agents, outfit free Addre.s. y
O. VICKEHY, August,. Mains
IjjElegant Cliromo Cards. New Styles. if, Agents
"wanted. L. JONES Jt CO.. Nasssu, N. Y
THIEVES and DETECTIVES.
The most thrilling, exciting. fsKlwtii c book
ever wiluen. Taken from private record, never
before publish. d. Sketch of tbe Author, the
greatest .ivmg Detecthe. 'I trilling Illustration
BY ALLAN PINKERTON.
Low In price. No competition. Outdl's ail
other books .-." sold immediately.
1 0 AGENTS ' huWrl!t"n only. Aj plvat
. W . CAULK TON & CO., publishers. N. Y City
VANTED.-Muuufacturlng concern v.ai.ts a
T " business man In Cairo, an J Inevery en v not al
rcadvtaken.i A lew bundled dollars neces-srv to
pay for goods on delivery afier orders have bl en
secured for the same, f iso per motth profit
guarantjed. The mot searching lr.ve!it:on
solicited A. S. ARNoI.il A CO, ruri.tr Mrs!
Street and Hroadway, Urooklyu, N, Y
's perfwtlv pnr... Prooouncr l ihs N s (lis a th-
si uiedi'1.! I'lltl'Tlliss m IUe wi.fl.l I.
ai'lni 14 Wori.i', Kir-'!"".", an 1 t ), -;..
buU u Lit aiuu. W H SCHIEmUK CO H T
itirvltna iwr .i,
Intns Psrtosi fle"'S'i;
DR. KXINE 8 GREAT
r Mcduc QrornoL-a
Enroll ItaitK A ,s savrnJisxusis. (ihl:
Tiir fitr Fili. iitjfu find Am A if, '.
Iri libli if Uksn u dlrscisd. A' P't .' r
sri(ua('iuK. i remise srelfi trial bntt e!r . '
r.ti'at:snti,thV,aT nitniirrwue. (is.,J n:r
e.O.tii.l ei)irsi addrr.-s to lJa. KlIXK.vl
sUTh2?! n,'?V',n- At'i-AN-s soi.rpiK MFnt.
. . Bulbil's, l'awntcd oclol'tr 16, lrt4
No. 1 will enre any ease In fonr rtsvs. or less
r. o. 2 will cjre t:ie most obstinate case, no nu'.ier
Of how longstanding.
J No nauseous doles of enbelsi.eopallia or oil of
ludslwood, thai ar certain to prolnce dyspepsm
y destroying the coatings of the si.imeh. No
Syrlniresoritrlngsntliyctlous Ul prouuca other
P.ricc bol.u BY ALL DBt'OGISTS, or
mailed of receipt ot price,
for lf her particulars send for elrculr.
Y. 0. It. x 1S33. J. C. ALLAN CU., bi John Strert.
Ws offer $j00 reward for any car i Ihcy will not
quick, safe aud lure cars.
Or lady Ibat sends us in eir
address will receive some.
thins Fru hu Hitl. that
may prove tne itepping-stone to a me or success.
It is especially adapted to those who have reached
the foot of the hill. Address M. Y0l'M, 1T3
Oreenwlch Street, New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK i
I or, kitni'M and rai"rs rnn. tiik million t
ItiiipsnutjU lo Kftriuri, Merhaniri, M.rchsnll, Pr f.lousl,
Flii.irliU, ur Ihs Sivk, ll.lilllUbJ, Dl.sl'lxl, lluu.-l.r,,
Is sw.il. Hplnirn Cnpy W. A.Mmt 4. Ii. Mustlit,
Ul Soulll slh Sunt, SrvuklTl. N. T.
Superb Holiday Trillion...
bound and Lllnstnw
ted, sent ns a rrcm-
Or, Footo'i HEALTH
NTHLV. ot $1 p-r
I11U Pub. Co.. 14! East iUth Struct. N. Y. City,
'. hampin Tree, 21,
j'ostuso on book iio cents; registered mail, ao.l
U U HZd
The Evening' Chronicle
of St. I.ouls is tbe paper lliat contains the latest
and most reliable St. Louis markets and stiitunews.
Price by mall $5 per year; delivered by HKcnt ll)
cents per week.
Wantud, a Rood scent In every towu; Rood
Wildes guaranteed. Address
THE CHRONICLE PUB. CO.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Caiiio, Illinois, December, 10, IshO.
Tho rifiilr iinnmil meetlnir of tho stockholder
of thaClty National Hank of Cairo, for the purpose
of electliiff seven directors, will bo held at the of
flee of said hank. In this city, on Tiiesduv, January
U.lHtil.' Polls ooen at 10 o'clock a. in. iiud closo
at 4 o,clock p, ni. of said day.
TIIOS. W. 1IALLIDAY, Cashier.