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HE DAILY CAIRO .BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1082.
V.ayor ti. II. Thisllewood.
Treamirwr T. J. Krth.
I'liTH iJrnnin. J , Kuli-y,
C(mtiMulir--Win. li. Otlbcrv.
Marshal- I., li. Mi-)'r,
attorney William Hendricks.
HOAHll OP ALUXHMK
first Ward Win. MelUlo. T. M . Klmlirounh.
ni-und Ward- Jessu llinkle. C, N. Hughes,
Third VVrd-b. V, Make, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles O, Hatter, Adoiph Bwn
nda Kifh Ward-T.W. ila.lldav, Ernfstli. PMH.
I'lrcllU J llilifO I. -J . llilUt-r.
Circuit Clerk A. U Irvlii.
County Judre H. rl Voo.no.
comity i:i;m H. J. Ilumtii.
Co'inty Attoruoy-J. M. Dninron.
County Treasurer Miki W, I'arkrr.
rilii'ilir Jolin 11(1(1 .
Coroner H. Kit.u'rid
County Comml-slowm T. W. liallldty, J. A.
iJlhl. and I'uter r-aup,
CAI!l') !lITlsr. Corn.tr I'enin arid Poplar
j '.routs; pr.:-hlni first aud third Hundayi lu
.mdi iiioulu, 11 H. tn. arm 7:n .m.; prayer innc
!! Tnursday. 7: ) p. m ; -"viurtur "''uooi, v.w a in
Hm. A. .1. UM Pa.tor.
I '.HUHCU Or TUB ifo.LKhjllvll-( npilcoPHj
j fourteenth auei't; Sunday ?;(') m., lioly
Kudiarint; a in.. Hundny shool; 1 :i)J a.m.,
M..rnii..f IV. -ir. : :oi)(t. m . Evanlnii I'rayen. t
p. Iiaveuport, S T. U. he t-r.
M:M MISSIONARY liAPTIHT CUUKCH
V l,i'-'t.:nrf at in n... p. w-. tn4 Tr) p. m.
nl.imii K t.ool at :vi y. m Kc. T. J. M.ir.-i,
I t i i i K V A 14 -Tljirttien' h stri.et; snrviu Hull
I 4 lii-h I ' (" a. iu ; Sunday rb"ol2p m. Kv
it t'l ". pal r.
Mul llitDihT-Cor. Kiunir- and Wan. nt streets,
t'n-a. Salihath U;i)a. m wni V : f p.m.
.-outlay heboid at 4:00 p. m. Ituv J. A. hcarrett.
i s or.
1)I.KSHVTKKIAN-KIfhth street; preacnluR on
ril.ath at 11 a. tn and 7:90 p. m.; prayer
...... u ...I. ....I... .1 -. n tn Un.tHsv .Hrhbr.l
fi' ro. Hov 1J V. Oeorir, pastor.
' 1 .n.sKi il ri- iKouian Catholic) Corner Cross
5 !il Walnut streets; -rvlcc. Slbtn 10ia.
n.; funday School at i p. in.; Vispen 1 p. inner-
no - vr dny at 6 a ut. Kcv.UUara. I rtcsi..
!' I'ATItH K S -ilti.mao Catholic) Corner Nluth
w r rt;i-1 wii'i "inum;niM 'i"'jvi
na'.ta 8 and 10 a m.; Vsdpura S p. in.; Hnnday 8chool
p. to. a.:rvtcea uv.jry da; at 6 a m. Kct. Va-sUTton
Mr. It. VI rZ'iKKALO authorU.1 ti t an-
nounre htm a a ratiiUdiiW for ren-ln'tlon t l!m
(lllro of Coroner of Ali xati'l-jr comity at m i com
tH November election,
W arc antliorir.c l t) ann iiinco tbat Mr I. A
Tavlorioan I ndcjiund.int candidate lor r-elertiou
m itm (iiHci- of County Miuorlntendent of uubiic lu-
"trurtioin. aubject t'i th d':clloti of the voters of
U'. r iiHlhnrili'ri to loDuiinne that Mr I.. C
CIUHM, of 'l hobes, I a candidate for the office of
County Superlutendout of hchoola at thu ensuing
We arf autboriied to announce that Mr. SA Ml'
ri. .1 11C MM will be an InrloDeodent candidate
forthe olBce of County Clerk at tbecomiog Novem
We are authorized to announce that THOMAS
I'lolll r.t ltl.t.. Prk la m rhnrllit Kt fop Lha
ortlceol Count Cmninl?ioncr ai the coining No
V a- atitliorU'd to "tale that Mr. J. II. Ml'I.-
(ttf- ..I .n-n..lil P. .1.1. Wilt hHMCn(li.
Aimii i vujtiiiiLi. ---
date for County Couinilmloner at too coming o-
APIT.LUT CLKIIK .
We ar ! anthoru-.l to announce that It. A. P.
fit n inks, of JatTemon eouutv. I a candidate
for tier oflhe Apdlatn Court in tho Kourin
Oivlpi u of I, .in n. a t'ijuct to th dociclon of a
convention of tu-i Uomocrntlc pr'.y
Wi. r :iih.irl.nl to announce Mr. JoFIS
IIOllOES at a caudida'e for hcrlu" of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin : Pleaae announce my name an the
candidate of the people for the olttce of County
Ju'Ue nt tlin Novemhor eluttlon. JlSriijK.
We are aiuli'imcl to announce tho name of
WALTBIt AKL)SK a a Candida e for tno o:flce
of Co'in y JinUu of Alexin. ler County.
Wear" authorised, loauiiounco .lilat Ice .li'UN
II. I10HIS.SIS aa an ludcliendunt caudidato for
(nutl'y ,) I'l.'e Q' .!!!'? Noveinne- eleetton.
We ar authori.cd to atmouu'o Mr. MILKS .
I'AKKKK as au lndopendout caodidato for trean
isrer of Alexander county M. tbecomlnR November
LLIN01S CENTHAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunniut?
9 DAILY TRAINS
J ir'rom Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
TnatNa Liati Cairo:
3:05 u in. MhiI.
Arrtvlnir la St. I,t)iil:46a.m.; Chlr.ftgn, HM p.m. ;
ComiKctiUK at "din and KfHtiKham for Cincin
nati. Loulnvlllo, ludluiinpulia and point Kact.
llilti u.in. Bt. I-iOuiM aiul AVestern
Arrtvlnir in Ht. Loiila 7:0I p. m., aud counectiuc
for all point! Went.
3;50 p.m. i'tiiat Kxprp.
tnrRt. Lntila and clilrnco, arriving atHt. Lnula
10:10 p.m., tiidChlr.ioT:ilO am
:i:DO p.m. Clnolimrvtl Itix promt.
Arrlvinii at Clnctnimtl 7:00 .m.j Lomtvllle B:ftB
a m.; lmlianapolia 4:05 a.m. I'aaauiiKnrt by
thlK train reach the abovo point 1U to 30
I1UUKS In advance of any othor routo.
tTheS'l p. m. eipro ha PULLMAN
BLKKl'INtl CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehane, and turoiiRu tleoporilo Bt, i,ouli and
Voat Timfl Knst.
- Vvn V a."--- - ----
Iil uuoii irnnu hy thl lino o throiiKh to Eaat.
i. llSSeililjei 8 orn point wltlumt any dluy
canned by Huuday lntorvffitlii(f. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
aiornlug at 10:8. Thlrty-vlx hour In advance of
ny other route,
fWKor through ticket and further lnformiitloii,
apply at Illlnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J- H. JONSS. Ticket Aaeut.
A. 0. HANSON, Gen. Pa, Agent. Chicago
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L. and St. Louis, Mo..
lref Lipilla Y.ul Ohm, lir. Crtr1. ! Baklaf
t'.wdtr, uit lif. Trie.', talqua ftrrtiHM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADEC00D8a
M1E KEOl'LAI! CAIIKJ AN!) I'ADl'CAU
1'AtLV PACKKT. .
IIE.MtY E. TAVLOK Mater
(JEU. JOUES Clerk
Leave" Pad t:ih for Cairo !a'iv Munlayt fifept
el)at 4 . j. and Mound (..Hy at 1 p m. Keturu
lug. L nr Cairo at I p tn. M mod. City at bp. ra
(JAIKOCITV FERRY CO.
V fcuKKY.BO AT
III REE STATES.
On and aft.tr M in.lt. .1 ulv 21. anl nutil further
nolle '.the furryboat llhrcc Suto will rm an ucar
an poaaiblcon tae followlni; 'line table:
'.lave Liavia Llarz
Foot Foarth t. MlMonrl Land's. Kentucky Ld .
Wi.. TdOa.in. 7;3"a. in.
8 SO 9:(f) " j:M) "
10:. " ll:oo " ll::ci '
i:uop. tu. i:3op. dj. 3:ii (,. iu.
I.e.va Leave I,.'ive
Foot Kouch t. Kiiuturky Ld'g. Mlttouri Land'u.
4:ip, m. 4:p. m 6:10 p.m.
On tint trip lcavlneKcntu-kv landing at 4 :30 o'clock
p. m , the boat will la Bird. Point, maklni! con
nection with T St, L. paa onijr train for Cairo.
KlMttrlp at: !)a. in. K!avin, 0 tiro. Will eonuect
with T. bt. I., train leaving Cairo.
W. C. JOCELYN,
uKFlcE-E.titU biievU near CoinDerr.lal Avenue
J)U. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornci No. 1M6 Commercial Avenue, between
Hulitnand Nluth Street.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY I1Y CHAS. Cl'NSINO.
0: 10 T. M. October 27, 18S2.
October. November. December.
Pork $ $11) n S
Wheat tl' WIS.
Corn (i7 ! a
Pork I 19 W
wiioui mi tM?j
Corn fiS 07
Ont 311, -i'iltiH
2: 0 V. M.
l'ork 9 1 15 I
Wheal . 0:iS V
Corn (W 07
Oat IH'iu,1 MSiiV 33!t
NEW YORK, OCT. 27, 1S83.
Wheat U. W. JI 0511 13 No t K. W. $1
lot),1,, No. KCornB7J,.
W. V. Lamuws, river editor of i'lia BtttLETtM
and utramboit panaetwnr aont. Order for all
kind of tteatnboat Job pruning eollcltod. OlBce
at Uower't European Dotcl, No. li Ohio levee.
BTAGKS OK THE UIVER.
The rWer marked by tho gftugo last
evening at this port, 8 tVet 11 inches
Pittsburg, Oct. 276 p.m Ilivor 7 inches
Ciuciunuti, Oct. 270 p. m. Hivcr 0
feet 1 1 inches and fulling.
Louisville, Oct. 270 p. m. Uivor 5
feet I inches and fulling
Nashville, Oct. 270 p.m. River 1 foot
0 inches and stationary.
St. Louis, Oct. 276 p. m. River 10 feet
1 inch and stationary,
The fast City of Uolona is the mail pack,
et to-night from St. Louis for Memphis.
Tho Untnn Rnugo leaves St. Louis this
evening for New Orleans, und ia duo hero
The fine Bteamcr Rillo Memphis from
St. Louis passed down for Vicksbtirg last
evening. She had a good trip.
Tho powerful John Dippold leaves to
day for New Orleans with a tow barges
loaded principally with wheat.
The St. Louis Republican of 20ih inst.
announces the departure of tho Montana
this evening for the Tenuehseu river.
Busmen on the Ohio river in the steam
boat line is dull. There has not been a
singlo arrival from abovo in the Memphis
packet line tinee last Thursday. If the
rivcrcontinue to (all, we can take a little
trip for a dny or two over in Kentucky.
Tho Pari C. Brown left New Orleans
Wednesday the 2flth inst for Cincinnati.
She will report here Monday uiht or Tues
day morning next; and if there is not a
rise iu the Ohio, alio will likely make this
the terminus of her trip mid re load here
for New Orleans.
The Gus Fowler, ono of the slickest
packets that ever carried on her propelling
power iu tho rear, will appear hero this
evening iu time to connect with trains go
ing south, east and west, htid leave on her
return trip fur Pa lucah at 5 p. m." To
morrow being Sundiy ehe will lay over at
The Cons. Millar from Ciuciunuti is
largely overdue, aud is liable to repoit here
atany hour duiing the day; but the Ohio
is in such condition that wu cannot say
when she will arrive. After reaching this
point sue will go through without any
trouble. For passenger rates see Agent V.
F. Lambdiu, offico 72 Ohio levee.
Hie R. R. Spiiuger arrived here about 1
o'clock yesterday lU'irning. She came
up frnm New Orleans flying trip aud will
load here fi that city and intermediate
points. The Springer is ono of tho best
boats of the Big 0 Line and as fast &s any
of the beats that carry au anchor. Passen
gers goiDjj south c in secure tickets of W.
F. Lambdiu, passenger agent.
The reliable Iludson from Shawneetown
is due this evening for St. Louis. She will
give timely warning of her arrival as she
can be heard snorting for miles. She makes
more noise than anybody's boat, aud at the
same timo has as tine brace of officers as
ever run tho Ohio or Mississippi. Capt.
John Griffith, an old "Kanetuck corn
cracker," is master of ceremonies. W. F.
The J.II.IIillman which was due here last
Monday morning after a severe struggle
arrived here Friday morning at 1 o'clock.
She discharged some manufactured iron for
St. Louis, a lot of miscellaneous freight
and about 2. colore J individuals on their
way to Kansas. If tho approaching winter
should prove very severe "colored stiffs"
will be uuuieruus in the section they are
Bauton'b Free Tress is a stiong Re
publican paper, and is devotedly attached
to Senator L'igan. We copy from that
paper another videucc of what Barton
calls the treachery of Captain Thomas, as
"The friends of Senator Logan will bo
interested in the following: On Friday,
Octobers, three prominent Republicans were
engaged in conversational the St. James
Hotel, iu Vienna. One of these gentlemen
lives in the central portion of the state, one
lives in southern Illinois, but outside the
district, the other lives in Johnson county.
During the conversation tho southern Illi
nois man remarked : "Capt. Thomas has
joined forces with Charlie Farwell in his
tight against Logan." To which the John
son mm replied: "Yes, I have known that
for some time, but have not suid any
thing about it, for it would injure
Thomas' chances for election, and I want
him elected, even with all his shenauigau."
We have the proof, gentlemen, wheuever
you desire it. So, then, wu havo evidence
from tho lips of a Johnson county Thomas
man (and ho is a friend of Senator Logan,
too), that Capt. Thomas is lighting Logan.
This will bo joyful intelligence to tho old
soldiers of the district. Thomas has joined
hands with Cuaklie Faiiwell, tho Chica
go millionaire, and Looan's rattlesnake
enemy, has Jie? Now, let tho friends of
Logan endorso the Farwell-Tuomas tight
against Logan by voting for Thomas. The
gallant Egyptian soldiers will desert Logan
and go in a bmly to FahwellI Of course
they will. We see them doing it by pla
toons and companies and regiments! Of
course they will."
HER MOTHER'S SECRET.
IiY MRS SOUTH WORTH
AUTUOU OF "TUB HIDDEN lUNt)," "TUB UNLOVED
WIFK," ET(t., ETC , ETC .
TUE MIRTRBi OF MO.NUIIEKR.
There ia a wound within hor 'tis a wound
That He too deep for lesre; and many a whllo
When all that I around her buoius to mlle,
Wlthlu her heart of heart a knoll dothsound.
"Mother! 0, mother! it will break my
heart I" wailed Odalito, sinking at tho
lady's feet, and dropping her head into
her bauds, face downward to tho carpet.
The lady gontly raised her child, took
her in her arms and tenderly caressed hor,
murmuring softly : .
"No, my own 1 hearts never break, or
ono heart, I know, must havo broken long
ago. Beside," bhe added, in a firmer tono
"Honor must bo sived, though heart bo
'yl-'onor,' mother, dear? I do not un
derstand. I do not seo what honor has to
do with it. Or if it has, I should think
that honor would l:e better saved by my
keeping faith with La than by breaking
with him! Oh, mother! mother! It
will kill me!" moaned Odalito.
"My Child, my dear girl, hear me! listen
to reason! Leouidas Force has no claim
to be remembered by you. You have never
been engigcd t him. You were but a lit
tle girl of thirteen when ho went to sea on
his first voyage, three years ago, and you
havo not seen him since. What possible
claim can he havo upon you, since no be
trothal exists between you?" gently ques
tioned the lady, teuderly runuing her fair
fingers through tho dark tresses of the
young head that leaned upon her bosom.'
"Oh, mother," replied the girl, with a
heavy" sigh, "I know that there was no for
mal betrothal bctweeu Le aud myself
but but we all knew, you and father and
Le and I all knew aud always kney that
we two belonged to each other aud would
always belong to each other all our lives.
Le and I never thought of any other fate."
"Idle, childish fancies, my poor little
girl! too trivial to cause you theso tears.
Wipe them away, ami look clearly at the
higher destiny more worthy of your birth
and beauty," murmured the lady, pressing
her iipe, red lips upon the pale brow of her
' Oh, mother, I do not want a higher des
tiuy ! I do not want any destiny apart from
Le. Aud theso aro not childish laucies,
and nut trivial to me! Oh, think, mother,
Le and I were playmates as far back iu my
life as I can remember. We loved -each
other better than wo loved any one else in
the whole world. You aud father u.-ied to
laUL'h at us ami pretend to be jealous; but
W' sw that you were pleased all the time;
for you both intended us for each other, and
we knew it, too, for lather used to say when
he saw how ins. parable we two were: So
much the better; I hope their hearts will
not be estranged when they grow up ! And
our beart3 have never become estranged
fioiu each other!"
"Oh, yes, dearest, I know that there whb
some speculative talk when you wore chil
dren of unltingyou and Leonid , so that
the name of Force might not die out from
Mondreer. But I never really approved of
marrying cousins, Odalite, merely to keep
the family name on the family estate."
"But, mother, darling, Lo and I never
thought of the family name and estate; we
only thought of one another. And, be-,
sides, we are such, very, very distant cou
sinsonly fourth or fifth, I think that
that objection could never be raised. Oh,
mother! dear mother! do not compel me to
break with Le! I can not! I can not!
Oh, indeed, I cannot!" she cried, burying
her face in the lady's bosom.
Klfrida Force caressed her daughter in
Presently Odalite lifted her head and
"lie is coming home so soon now, and
so full of hope! He expects to be here by
Christmas; and he expects oh, yes, I
know by his last letter that ho expects to
0to " The girl's eyes fell under the
compassionate yet scrutinizing gaze of her
mother, and her voice faltered into silence.
"To marry you early in tho new year, I
suppose you mean, dear."
"Iletlid not say so."
"No, mother, dear, he did not say so, in
so many word, but from the whole tone of
his letter he evidently meant so. Father
thought he did, and even tried to teaze mo
about the New Year's wedding asking
me how many hundreds I should need to
buy my wedding clothes."
"What was it he said in his letter that
leads you to suppose ho has any such ex
pectations? I confess that I saw uothing
of sych an intention wheu I read tho
"Oh this, mother, but it was very signifi
cant. He wrote that now he had inherited
Oreenbushes and all his Aunt Laura's
money, he was rich enough to resign from
tho Navy, and ho need not go to sea any
more, nor ever part with tiieaguu; but that
he could stay home, repair aud refurnish
tho house, improve the laud, and farm it
on all the new principles, and make tho
placo a paradise for us to live iu. lie
wrote, mother, dear, as of certaiued fixed
"lie was very presumptuous, my dear lit
tle girl, for there is nothing certain in this
world of changes," gravely commented the
"But Le's heart has uot changed, nor has
"My poor durling," said Elfrida Force,
smoothing her daughter's dark hair with a
gentle hand, "my precious child! It grieves
nio to do so, but I must preparo you for
what seems inevitable You must forget
all this youthful folly, and think of Leon
idas Forci only as a cousin. You do not
really love him as a betrothed maiden
should love her affianced husband. You
only fancy that you do. In reality you
know nothing of such a lovo as that. Le
was brought up in the house with you.
You havo no brother. Le has no sister. You
therefore lovo each other as brother aud sis
ter. By and by you both may discover
but not for each other the higher, deeper,
stronger love which unites the husband and
the wife in a true marriage such a lovo as
I could wish might crown my darling's life
with lasting joy such a love as you might
find in a uuion with Angus Anglosea, if
you would but give him the opportunity of
winning your heart."
"Madam!" exclaimed the girl, starting to
her feet, and gathering her black brows
over bluck eyes that blazed with indigna
tion, "I hate Colonel Angteseal I hate him
and I fear him! And I would rather die
this day and never behol 1 the face oi Le
again, than listen to Colonel Auglesea!"
"Odalite! Odalite, my child! You are
talking to your mother. Come to my heart
again, and calm your excitement," said tho
lad)-, holding out her arms.
And tho young gu l fell weeping upon
the bosom of her mother.
Tho lady allowed some time to pass iu
which tho girl's paroxysm of tears ex
Imitated itself, and then caressing her gent-
ly, hc began, in a soothing tune:
"My precious child, do you doubt your
mother's lovo or truth V
"Oh, no, no, no! How could you ask
such arpiestion of yourowu child, mother?"
earnestly protested Odalito.
"Do you doubt that duty is to be held
abovo nil other considerations?''
"No! Oh, no!"
"Well, then, I have something to tell,
my darling, which will mako you forget
all selfish aims, and even also the wishes of
your old ploy m ate. Come with mo to your
own bed-chamber, where we will bo most
secure from all interruption. I will tell
you of a f tttl episode in my own youth,
when I was younger even than you are
now. Oh, that I should hitve to tell such
a tale to my daughter. But, Odalito, when
you have heard ' it you will learn just what
you havo to do in order to saVo us all, and
and especially to save your noble, gener
ous, h morable father froiu uiia aud dis
grace. Anil then, O lilate, when you have
learned all, you shall do exactly as you please.
Not ono word of coercion, not another word
of persuasion, will I utter. I will leave
our fate in your hands, and you shall be
absolutely freo to act. Come with mo
She took her daughter's arm and they
arose from the sofa.
For a moincut they stood, quite accident
ally, facing a tall mirror between two win
dows on the opposite side of tho room, and
that mirror for a moment reflected two
beautiful forms, of which it would bo difli
cult to decide which should bear ofl tho
palm .r '.j I'l'v.
Tho elder lady, Eifi ids Force wife of
Abel Force, tho owner of Mondreer, one of
the finest old places on tho western shore of
Maryland was a tall, stately blonde, with
a superbly rounded form, a rich complex
ion, and an affluence of golden brown hair,
rippling all over her tine head, and gather
ed into a mass at the uapo of her graceful
neck. She wore an inexpensive, close fit
ting dress of dark blue serge, whoso very
plainness set off the perfection of her figure
and enhanced the brilliancy of her com
plexion, showing to tho best advantage that
splendid beauty, which at tho ago of thirty
five had reached its zenith. Just now, how
ever, the vivid brightness of her bloom had
faded to a palo rose tint, and her lovely
blue eyes seemed heavy with unshod tears.
Her young daughter, Odalite, equality
beautiful in her way, was yet of au entirely
opposite typo. She was of medium height,
and her form, though well rounded, was
slender almost lo fragility. Hor head was
small, aud covered with a fine suit of rip
pling jet black hair, which she woro care
lessly, partly in a black not, partly escap
ing down the shoulders. Her eyes aud
eyebrows wero black as jet; her features
were delicate and regular; and hor com
plexion was of a clear ivory white, Sho
woro a crimson merino dress, plainly made,
closely fitting, aud relieved only by nar
row white ruffles at throat and wrists.
Onlv for a moment they paused, and
then they walked out of tho room, and the
pretty picture disappeared.
They weut to Odalite's camber, where, in
privacy, the proud lady could tell tho
daughter Hkr Motueu's Secret a Becret
so terrible that sho believed it would com
pel tho poor girl to give up her
young dream of happiness with her chosen
lover, Lconidas Force, whom sho idolized,
and accent a life of misery us tho wife ot
Colonel Angus Anglesen, a heartless adven
turer, whom sho loathed. Tho above we
publish as a specimen chapter, but tho con
tinuation of this story will be found only in
tho N. Y. Ledger. Ask for the number
dated November -1, which now can be had
at aiiy news office or book store if you are
not within roach of a news office, you can
havo the Ledger mailed to you for ono year
by sending three dollars to Robert Bonner,
publisher, 183 William itreet, New York.
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nerves.enn'ches the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofeiiergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invaliJ.
37 WjlUr St., Riliimnre, Pre. t0if.
l-.r six ye.ir I ti.ivr been a (treat
sufferer ft. .in lUo.'d Uisc.i..r, ily
licpMu,.in'K'oiiHtipation,nmll)ct.ime to ilcliiln.ilcd thai I could notrruin
anything on my !ioiuac)i, ill fact,
life h.i.r almost become a burden.
Finally, ulicn hope had almost left
me, my husband neeing Urown'
Iron IliTTiiKa advertised in the
tvaper, induced me toive it a trial.
1 am now t. iking the third bottle
and have not felt so well in tix
yean as I du at the present time,
Mrs. L. F. Ghifi'in.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
any medicine made.
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R.
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Phvfioian and Surgeon.
Special ttti-ntlnn paid to the Honiootitblc treat
nivnt of aurlcal (IUouihs, and dine ,o of women
Oiflce! tin llth ntrot, oppoolto the Pot Office.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO K. II
TRAIN'S RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ON AND AITEH MONDAT, OCTOBER 21.
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Sunday, atW:15 a. m. Arrlv.a at Kant Nt. Louis at
3:A) p. in Arrives at Cairo at 4::l5p. m.
Accommnnattou arrive at 11 mu a. m. and de
parts nt 1:(H) p. in.
rp HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
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Tl OHIO I. E Villi.
CAPITAL, !S 100,000
A Goiioral Banklnjr business
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