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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING AUtxUST 13, 1884.
THE CHEAT GERMAN
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Fi:n in the Side, Ac. While thoir most remark
able success bas been shown In cur in?
Hf-ndnphP.yrt Curtcr'sTJttlc Llvrr MIssm (vpially
valuable ia Constipation, curing and prevciituuf
th.i annoying complaint, while thiy also correct
ell disorders of the stomach, stimulate the livt
a ud regulate the bowels. Even if tiny only cured
Ache they Trrmld bcalmost priceless to those Wfco
tanVr f r.,m this distressing complaint; bnt fortu
nately tlieir fjoodneas docs not end lit re, and those
v ho once try them will find these little lulls valu
Mc in so manvways that they ivlllriot be willing
w do wiUiuut them. Hut after all sick head
In thebaic cf so many llvr that here in whet we
make cur gretit toftcU Our pills euro It whiia
others do net.
Carter's Littla Live? r.lls arc- very troall an
rcry easy to take, one rr two lulls make dose.
Tiny are strictly Tcp table and do not gripe or
puree, but by thiir penile action please all who
esethein. Iaviuls ai25 cents; five forJl. BoU
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re' Tool-, Ta'i'e
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world, Lam;n of every (!e--ri. t:o", Klain Oil, i
t arje t Sweeper. n'hir I oi-ier-. I'.-ooni". win-
row hctut'ti W re (.loth. Full cnj:d. ol Fieliinn
T;iu above ..t ro''K li.,rt n:i prict".
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Telephone .No. i
Answer this if vo;i Can.
Is tlicic t p'T.-on iivici:;
i'i cvt-r s r.v ft
ll'll ', liili"U-l,-.-J, li'.IVOlHtJt'SS
nr liny iliwrtiM' nl t!ie htoumcli
liver nr ki I:
-.-, .ii-it ll'iji li'-fiT? will not
"My nmtl.cr ays II' i;it:i r- is tlic only
tiling that will k ei h.-r l'r -m n vi ii! iit-
tacKs nt jurnlyxi.i mi l Ik: hI,kmic. J. I. (.
"My little sickly puny liuliy m :is rlnno-
I.M IIHO ;i "ri'lt llilll er Imy, Hint 1 HS
rais'vl from n sick in-l Ky umh IV p Jit-
turs h siiutt time. Yni Mi Min iii;it.
,-4 ,-.N'i us: t i witry iiImiih any liver,
kidney or uriimry truH-s ; e-tpec;ully
JJrilit 8 D.scii-o, nr U.nl.eie, m 11 ti llit-
tcrH never f'dil to cure, win re curi; U w,pSi.
.l.le ! ! !
"I lm I n evr" alt tick f Mcl mid kid
ncv truulilo; wai dimIjIc tn (jet tuiv rnedi-
(tine or ilnotor tit cure iiic until I u-n-d Hop
I'.iiti r-i. Tli"V cunjil tnu in ti sltiTt time.
T. )'.. AiTV.
L iilif.-iilhy .r inactiVf ki'lri'-ys ,
Cause; rruvi-f. linL'ht s ilisciwo, rlit'Uii) itism
ami it h 't le of ntlii-r S"ri"tis tin l fatal dis-
Hki'S whii li c in lit' r"Vi.iiti'il w iili
liittei," il't iken in time.
'1,'idii.t-t-r!, Mich., 1'V!). '., ISTit. I
have H' d II ip IS-tter t'nr f tjr years, and
there is no me ii. ino that siii ;ms-cs tlicrn
fir liili ius uC'icIc, kidney cmiipliiiitH, imd
(ill diseases incident to this ni'il irioiis cli-
1U'''- II. T. Al.KXAMlKU.
"Motir ic, Mich., S-j.t. 2o, lb75. Silts:
I lnivo hcei, taking' Hop li.tti rs fur Inllnin
imiJion .f tin: li , r j; ,,ir,,. fr mc I
what four physicians f iilc 1 to do cured
inc. Ihei llwt of ',1k: Hitters se imd like
limbic to me." w. L Caiitkh.
(irNis: -lo'ir Hop Hitters kv" l.oti of un-at
Tame to me. i riN ii'ii vtttii iv,ii.ih! ieerfr
over two ni'inllo'. still couil iret mi reib f inn 1 1 1
tried ' o'tr Hop Hi: ter-. Tn tiioce it' r .nit fron.
duhltlty, or an ' one In leeli!e healili, coidiuPy
recommend tfi'-m. -I I.', t-Tii tZ'-t,
ii W Fullou st., Ci.leiU'i, 111.
"I'ttTnlytic, tiei voiih, tiiMiiIoiis old la
dies ftro made perfectly (iiiit-t Mid fpriolitly
liy usli.g Hop IJitlcrs.
Hir-Nonn (ftiu,!i' without a biineli of green
llop. on the while label. Khun all the vile pols
ououj (taffwltu "JI or "Hops" Id their nsins.
:h PIUS, &d
V . At n.l1;V ft
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AIX HUT Till L'AirilANT.
Sho was only a governess in Cit'orgo
Wilford's house, and a nursery yov
eriiess fit that.
A pretty, lady-like, quiet little crea
ture, whom his two motherless little
children dearly loved.
l't'tweeu you and nie, dear reader,
liefore their father had been lionjo from
his travels many months, ho was in
danger of following their example.
Mrs. Vano saw that. Slio was a
widow; handsome, haughty, poor, and
with a pair of Jino black eyes that
were unusually wide awake for all that
concerned the wealthy widower. Tor
lie was her cousin, and she had kept
house for him sineu his wife's death
two years ago with the decided inten
tion of ultimately supplying her place,
and consoling him for his bereave
ment. Shu watched him now with a cloud
ed face as he sat at the open win
dow, paying less attention to the morn
ing paper in his liand than to the mer
ry group in the garden, whoso silvery
voices and happy laughter reached him
where he sat.
"How happy they seen), and how
fond the children are of her!" ho said
at last, pursuing his own thoughts.
"Hut why does she always wear black?
Do you know for whom she is in mourn
"Her mother, I believe," Mrs. Vano
answered with supreme inddlerenee.
"She is an orphan. (Jovernesses gen
erally are orphans it seems to me."
And she tried to quiet her own fears
"It is oniy natural that he should
take pleasure in watching his own
children. Surely it cannot bo this
..Hut it was "this girl," iu spite, of
her. Sho thought she would put it to
the test, and so went quietly out of the
room and sent tho housemaid to sum
mon Lily Deane to her presence.
"You are so skillful at this kind of
work, Mrs. Deaue," sho said as sho
held up a torn and costly laco beforo
the blushing, lluttering girl," I should
be glad if you would mend it as soon
And she looked with strong disfavor
at the lluttering form and rosy blush.
She had seen (ieorge Wilford accost
the girl as she came in from the gar
den, ami she knew what the blushes
She made no remark, however; but
wl: n she went down again to the room
tvlaio she had left iier cousin, she
f"im i hint standing aimlessly in tho
middle of the room, as if uncertain
what to be about.
"The garden has lost its attraction,"
he thought, and her black eyes Hash
ed. "Thia girl must be got rid of, and
More easily said than done, however.
Tho children loved their gentle friend
and gentle play -fellow, and their fath
er made no secret of the pleasure, her
presence and sweet companionship af
While- as for Lily though she was
'only a governess" it was plain that
an unwonted sense of happiness mado
her bluo eves more brigut and her
Ruiles more frequent. She never
thought of 'I'lestioninir why.
The little simple soul basked in its
atmosphere of love and joy, as tird3
and flowers do. and thougnt about tho
cause of it as little.
Tho stately houso had growa to be a
happy home to her.
as it since Mr. Gilford returned?
Well, yes everything was surely pleas-
anter under tho masters sway, lie
was so good, so kind, so gentlo to her
self; so considerate towards everyone.
Ah, but his wife must have been a hap-
it t-i i. i ... i
py woman: now saa mat, sue snouiu
have died, and left her lovely babies,
her dear husband! And he, too so
voting, scarcely thirty surely his life
was lonely. Sho wondered now would
And at that thought sho nut up two
little white hands to her face, that sud
denly burned vivid crimson.
"What is it to me?" she murmured
with an unconscious Bigh. "Hut if ho
should, I supposo it would bo Mrs.
Vane. And I should havo to go. I
could not stay then, although tho chil
dren love nie, and I 1 love them so."
Tears dimmed her bluo eyes suddenly.
"After all, what is it to me?" sho
sighed. "Only lie is so good so very
good to me how can 1 choose but wish
And she stopped and kissed a red
rose-hud that she held, and which lie
had given her.
That instant a voice fell on her car,
acd a firm hand "rasped her arm.
"Do you kiss the llower for its own
take, asked tho voice, "or for tho
l'oor Lily started guiltily.
"The the giver, niadanio?" she fal
tered. "I do not understand "
"Mr. Wilford gave you that rose. I
saw him. He is niv betrothed hus
band. Miss Dearie, 1 take you for
foolish, thoughtless girl, rather than a
wicked or a heartless one. 1 have re
solved to appeal to vour sense of right
your honor. Air. mora is cngagea
to me. I love him and will never give
him up. His fancy for you can only
result in your dishonor, for though you
may steal his heart from mo and make
me wretclicil, you cannot win nis nami
That is cni'iit'od to me, and I will
Lily, with whito faco nnd great di
lated eyes, now suddenly, with ono
sharp civ of pain, fell down fainting
lit her enemy's feet.
The blow had been so sudden. With
cruel pitiless hand Mrs. Vano had
placed her faco to faco with tho secret
of her own unconscious heart.
Sho knew, juthatmomont's acgulsh,
that sho loved Georgo Wilford, and that
lie was the promised husband of an
other. J'arewell, love! Farewell, hope!
Farewell, peaceful home, in which sho
found brief deceitful happiness! Jt
KPiuied, nt first, as if sho had said fare
W')U to life itself, as sho lay, white, and
motionless, at Mrs. Vano's feet.
Mie was such a slight girlish crea
ture that that lady managed to lift her
ts tho sofa without help, and was bend
ing over her, and sprinkling water on
l.er whito face, when tho bluo C7es flew
open wide again, and consciousness re
turned. Tho pale cheeks grew crinif on in
pdantly, and sho drew her littlo hands
away and put them over her fac
-0h, madame, what must yotl think
r f me?" she cried with a burst ut pas
fionato sorrow. "Oh, I must leave
Mrs. Vane's Mack eyes Hashed tri
umphantly. "I was sure you would seethe neces
sity for that" sho said. "After what 1
o told you, this is no placo for you.
u owe it to your own self-respect to
icave immediately. And to do you
justice, 1 must confess that my cousin
lias not been freo from blame. I have
heard him make you idle flattering
speeches that might well turn a young
girl's head. Hut it is tho way with
men, child. If a girl shows heir pref
erence, as you havo shown yours, they
will amuse themselves at her expense
even tho best of then? 1 hope you
understand now, that no good could
come of it."
Lily had risen from tho sofa, trem
"1 did not show my prefcenco un
sought," she said with bitterly wound
ed pride. "I thought Mr. Wilford too
good, too noble, to trillo with a woman,
even though she were only a governess.
He gave mo cause to think ho cared for
me; yet" anxious toexcuso and screen
him "yet that may only have been his
kindness, and I have deceived myself.
It certainly is so, since he is engaged
to you. 1 havo no wish to reproach
him, ouly let mo go away at once.
Spare mo the pain of meeting him
again this man whom I thought the
very soul of honor, but who, it seems,
could trillo with a friendless girl even
whilo he was vowed to another woman.
Oh. let me go at once!"
Nothing could havo suited Mrs.
Vane so well.
"I shall place no restraint upon you,
my dear," sho said. "1 seo that I can
trust your honor. But whero will you
go?" Not that sho cared at all, ex
cept as a matter of precaution.
"To Loudon. I have money enough
to live until I lind another situation."
"And I will interest myself to get you
one. You shall find a warm friend in
me, be sure of it. You and I, dear,
have not wronged each other."
And tho deceitful woman actually
pressed a kiss on tho pale cheek of the
girl whoso life's happiness sho was try
ing to destroy.
For Mrs. Vane was in the best of
humors, her plans having succeeded so
Her victim had offered no resistance,
ami expressed no doubts.
"And only let me get hor out of the
way," sho thought, "he will forget her,
and the lield will bo clear before mo."
So Lily packed her ono little trunk,
preparing to leave by the o o'clock
train that same evening.
Mr. Wilford said that he should not
be home that night, and the poor girl's
one anxiety was to leave without again
So, when her preparations were done,
sho stole down tho garden to bid tho
place where she had dreamed such
happy dreams a last good-bye.
It was yet but three o clock. As sue
stood near the rose-bushes, brushing
away tho fast coming tears, Mrs. Vano
joined her hurriedly.
llicre was a look oi alarm upon ner
"Miss Deane," she said, "mv cousin
is returning. 1 saw him from my win
dow slowly riding up the lane. You
must not meet him. You can slip out
by the back wav as he enters at the
front. You can walk to tne station it
is not more than a mile." (It was
more than two miles, but Mrs. Vane
nis not trammeled by anv painful rev
erence for tho truth.) "Hero is your
money, and to-morrow I will send your
trunk. V ill you do tins, or wun a
look of insulting suspicion "will you
stay and try to steal from me my hus
The vourig girl's face flushed, and
she threw back her head with a proud
st u re.
"You insult me. madame." she said
with dignity. '"1 have shown no incli
nat ion lo do you wrong'"
1 hen she look her wages from her
encmv s 1 1 :i n i, ami hastened away 10
tho lioti-", Mr-. Vane following her.
"Hasten!" she cried, as the door-bell
sounded. "For I haven's sake, go
Luy paused a moment in surprise.
"If he is engaged to her," sho
tnotight, "whv does she fear mc so?
H ive I been deceived? Surely it is
eas.er to b.dicve in her falsehood than
in his. I wiii not go." She flung her
hat aside. "And vet. unon what nro -
text could I stay?" she mused sadly
"lam discharged mid paid. And sh
said 1 betrayed my feelings to him
oh," the quick bi ii sh of shamo crim
soned her fair young face "oh, let mo
go at once!"'
And "at once" she lied. Littlo An
rie Wilford was playing by the garden
gate. Sue caught her in l.er arms and
"fiuod-byc. liule darling." she cried,
and set her down again. Next mlnuto
the gatw swung to and the governecs
"Without any explanation," Mr,
iiford snid. "I cannot understand it,
Helen. Surely she told you why?"
"Somellyng about a lover, I believe,
said Mrs. Vane iii'lilV-rently. "You
know hIic was a pretty girl and young.
Keaily 1 did not know sho was going
until haif an hour beforo she left."
Mr. Wilford turned awav with
clou led brow nnd sauntered into the
garden. This girl's disappearance nf-
leeteii linn more than he eared to con
fess to Mrs. V a no.
"I could havo sworn sho cared for
me," he muttered "and all tho whilo
sho was engaged to some fellow. This
night I should have asked her to bo my
wife, ('urse such falsy coquettes!" and
ho stumbled against something on tho
grass. "Hallo! what's this?"
Annie, his owu littlo live-year old
Annie, seemingly quite broken-hearted
an in tears.
"Oh, papa," sho sobbed, on seeing
him, "she's don. Miss Lily's don."
Ho took tho littlo ono into his arms
nnil soothed her.
Why did Miss Lily go, Annie?" ho
"Auntie Helen did scold her, papa,
tause she tissed do littlo f'owor you
davo her. I heard her. And sho tiss
ed me, and tried and she's don, she's
Meantime Mrs. Vane, in her rival's
empty room, was rejoicing over her
"Tho gamo is in my own hands
now," sho thought, "and 1 shall win
The sound of a horse's hoof startled
her. She sprang to ascertain tho
cause, and fell back as if she had re
ceived a blow, (ieorgo Wilford was
riding away to tho station at full
"Ho suspects rue. Ho will find her'
and learn all," sho thought, and sat
down, conquered and despairing.
The game was lost indeed. A letter,
from her cousin apprised her that ho
hail taken Lily to London, and there
married her. Ho requested Mrs. Vano
to leave his house before ho brought
his young bride home.
Slie obeyed, too humble and defeated
to utter a complaint, and Lily came
back to be mistress and queen of tho
hoiiie where she had once been only a
In rhiiadeljihia, according to tho
7ViJ'.i. of that city, some ladies are
beginning to complain of the kissing
niii-auco as now practiced between
members ol' their sex. It is declared
that th'' p radio; of one woman salu
ting another with a kiss w lu itever slie
meets her afli-r an alienee is becoming
too ''olliinoli, and thai the o-m.alory
welcome .-ho'.iid be limited to ladies
w ho are very dear friends; ami to gen
tlemen, when properly authorized.
MatiV ladies win) do not like lo seem
rude are compelled to Kis-i other ladies
of their acquaintance when li, cy meet
them lnvaliM' it seems to lie expected,
and to rctu-e to return the alut:uion
would be ciiibarras-ing.
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"Ol'K LITTLE HOY."
Mr. and Mrs Fv-rett stebbiri-, II Idiertnwn.
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ed wi'h Scrolula. Salt blietiin and r rysipels- ever
since tie was b irn. and nothirr e could five
Lm h.ilped him until we tried the f'utlcura Ketne
ilies, wbn-h itradiiallj cure I bim, n at 11 lie is now as
fuir as soy cniid ''
"WOKKS TO A C1IAKM."
J.S.We lis, E-q ,T wn Treauier. St. Albans,
Vt.. says In a letter dated .May i-: "It works lo a
charm on my baby's face and bead. l'ur"d tL
neid erlirelvi and has rearly rleatii-ed tl.e fvc of
sorts. I bav'i recommended it to sereral, aud lr.
11 ant has ordered it for Uiem.
"A TKKKinLE CASE."
Charles Fayre Uinkie. Jersey City Heights, N..J ,
w rites: .'.Mv son. a lad ol twelve yeiixn, was c'n
pl't' ly cured" of a terrible ca'e of Kczema bv the
( uticura It' meilie-. From the top of hi bend to
the s iles of bin feet was one iims of scabs r' r
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Inches llib k, scuiuly hooned and am WAlr.K
TK.11T. Tliey aru
Hhlpiiptt wliolmmd tiro wdl lmioed
to prevent tholr b' ltm rack' d it broken In band
II usE . Fstunitei fiirnlfhed lor
Tiinkn dF any 8izt.
a. nicjas & iiutjy.,
21" Delord St.. 'ew Orleans, La,
ST. CLARA ACADEMY
Is ntaiiiiinrei'tly s'tuateil in the southern part of
w'IkcoimIh. 1'uplls arrivmi; at Dubuque, Fast Du
binjiiu or (ialena, III , may telephone to Academy
for to iveMuae. For further nirttculara apply for
calalo'.-ue. hT. CI.AHA ALADKMY,
Musinaua Mound, limi t Co., Wis-
ST. IlK(INA ACADEMY, KmiEWOOD,
the mtiL'nitleeut Kifi of ex liov. Washburn. .Madi
son, Wis , is a branch of bt C lara's and oilers tins
eiltiiutloiial aduiniHijes. T'UWin.
( HKSTKl! Slil yar npers Septimbcr 10. A
I.lliitaiv ol!n:e with I'niversily Powers Depart
n.eniH 1 1. i I v i i Kiitflucenii.', Cheinl-lry ( lasstcs
sin! lin.'ilifli. Cireii sis of Capl W . 1' H lii'i'.y
ainlN. It. 'lii si leu uoil, and of Mes-rs I. W. Bar
c'.hy. I'liarles l.'illx'her unit . II. Cniiniiilhain, of
this c.tv, orofi ol. Till. i). ll VAT 1 . 1'iesident .
For a Limited Number oninunleis.
IS".", Auburn, N. V. Is--. I,
I'.ii ilities fir a tliorn'i:'!' and ace, in pli-hed edu
cation, heaut till surr.oi in1 i utT" ; b s: mrliary iip
pu'ntiiieiits, and uiur iii'iia.'i' r ill' !.'.
I slut .cues, with I'a roii 'I e-t iiii-niials ami 1 i f
t"i in ti I'oni W '! rn Mat on application to
MwM l.V.Ki:,!.. IIiOl.NF.A. M , i i tin' p:,l .
( ;.. i icy, .Miotic' oi ' . n i
One ol tl.e oMe-l nehoo s In (In. We t . Ilep'it ii.,li
as a ti'i-t c'n" -c li ol 111 -tw lonrd. Mipertor i il
vnt.t i.'e- ter I.iiel Mi aed I a-- a! rd'o at l"ll !U:
Music. Prill I' a IMnititi.' tut M !; I i:ius.-.
Open N' P' ml ' r l"'li . F r i -soili'iru apply t"
,iS llAiil'JKT N. IIA-KI I.1-. I iii.cip.il.
yt'T " v
ar jr v v.: a i rs . t f.ii a u t
r)$ Kin -D1, f..
30 UNION SQUARE MWYORK.
J$Go rAN5 VU
ill MASS.C GA.
TOR SALE BY
II. SteaiLi & Co., Cairo. 111.
CATARBH "5 rmr
'TjJSj 's 'J'e" ' f C'ltiarh
loins.' It I attended
by an iriilainru co'iul-
tion or the linlnir ne in
braue of tne no-tnl-,
tev-d'Kis and Ibroai,
aft c 1 1 1; if the I u n i; s.
A ti acrid intou" Is
s ac onipaiiiid w e.ti a
ai'iful ' iirninL' f ensa
lion. The-e rre sev
7 fcs) 4s In . . j
ere spawn. h of sni'.-z-
tii,'. fr quent atiatss
of lillinlini,' heailielie,
a naitrv and '.nllamed
J s t a t e of the eves.
UAV-Prum F.Ii'sC ram Ilattn Is a
fl r.JtW sai reti.edy lotinded on a
correct diagnosis of this disease and can be de
pended tijiti. file, at dr Joists; hie. by mill
aiupK buttle bv mail l"c.
I.Y I'.I.OTIIKRS. Dru t'lsts, Oweo.N. V
lie? Wsy Vs rda
ei7 St. Charles St. ST. LCUIS, MO.
A rsenlnr Orndunto o. two medical
cnlleires. lias been lonwiti eiiiiiied in the treat
roetit of l llironie, IS'wrvcn im, KUin nii'l
Jllooil Diseases than any other physician In
ht. Fouls, as city papers show imd all Ud resi
dents know. Consultation ,it ottice orbv n.all,
free and Invltcl. A Irleiidl;' ti.lk or bis opinion
costB noiliinir. When It h l icenvenlent to visit
the illy lor treatment, medicines can be sent
byinallorexpress evervwlieie, i nralile cases
iruaniutei'd : where doubt tx'.st-)'. is Iraukly
stattd. Call or Write,
ysrTOui rrnstratlon, Dolil-ltr, Msnlal nd
Vlifslcal Wcnknsss, Its rem lal and other
affections of Throat, Eklnsnd lj"'?fjJiionj
jtmpnrltlss and Illnnrl Poisoning, SlojAncc
tlom, Old snrs and l'lrers, Jmpeglintato
Marrlags, I'.hsumatlsm, I'llcs. JP"LilL5.;
tentlon t easel from orrr-worked raln.
ril'lldirAl. CASKS rccslre special attention.
Diseases arlslnit frnnt ImprudBncst, KxeessgS,
Indulgences er Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician faying
particular attention to a clans of casei attains
treat bk 111, and physicians In remilar pi'acllcft
all over the country knowlnir this Ovq-enlly
recomineiHl ei"es to I he oldest ottice le A merl
ra, where every known ntipltani-M Is eirtet
to, ami the proved itooil riiu'li"-' cf all
Bites slid countries are used, A ivuole I'cuse 19
li, i d I'liroilii e purposes, and all are treated with
skill In n respectful iiianuer; and, kuow.nir
w hat to do, no experiments are made, ( n ,,c
count of tho ureal number applylnf, tho
charges are kept low, ol'liui lower than Is Ce
nunileil hy others. If you secure the ski 1 : ml
ret a speedy and perfect lite cure, that s .Iih
inpoi'laiit matter. FauiphkL, 110 pages, b;ut
to any aUdi ens In e.
plates, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pagls
Klcnatit cloth and irlll lilmlinit. Wealed foi M)
rents In piMtaitnor currency. Over II It y wiu
derl'ul pen pictures, tins tollfe, arllcles on titu
followlnn subjects r Who may mat ry who u tt
whv If Proper aire loniarrv, Who marry llrt.
Maiiliooil, Woiiiiiiiboi.il. I'lirsical dei'iiy. V io
hniild miirrv. How life and happiness may oe
increiisi'd. Those murrled or coiileinilat:iK
marn lint sboul I read It. Itouelit to lm real
bv all adult per-ons. then kept under lock a i l
ki'V, l'upiilnr edition, saniess above, but pa "X
cover and iliw pugus, :'4 utuu py mall, i uoue
if-, 6 , tM
T- l' ri A 'J J
addrcsioB CFO. P. TtOWKM, A CO , W
Kprtico hi New York, can learn the exact cost
ol any proposed I'ne of A li V HH 1SINU in Amet
can Newspapers. t-l'0-pHl!e I'auiphlet, 10c.
Ana You arc Many.
No ma ter how you (rot It Ilen-on's ( aptine
I orous liiister will cure your dyrpi psla. ','.'i els,
IlH'T lS r1"1!,'. W1 Itepeafnc
UUll 1 Kll'e for 15, ) Hrecch LoadlliK
.. hhotirnnfor flti, t2 Concert or
ram'tte for 7. a $J5 Manic I.anturn for $!.. a
Watch for $M. on I I I I C11U .t f
these article. FUEE If you will d-Wole
a lew h ii s of jour b Istire time cvnnnes lo Intro-
sernreda (join Watch fee. In
single alt moon. tenlieuiun uot
U'ie llli'UF new I'liimi.. hi- IH'iy lir I "fll
a .1! u' titr I, fttv ft Tl ...til (,, I a, nt ... ......l. . t .
nnn l llOV ii
years old ecil-ed a watch la i ne dav; hundreds tf
oit ers havo done nearly as well. If you have a
.i ax e 1. .litem you Can start a business thnt will
tay you fron, $Hl to S',u eveiy mcht. S, nd at once
loi our llius'.r iltd Cuialoe. e of Hold and SiiVur
Matches, n if-imkii i li ill I) nt Item, vers, Spy
(ilivSKes, Indian S on: nnd Astiiinoiiiical 1 eb si op
es, Telegraph Ins rumeiil , I'lpe Wi iters, l liaus,
Ae oriiii.iiH i i ins, Ac , Ac. It may s alt you on
i.e load to w aitii
V(ltl,H M AM' ACH ItlNC ( u ,
I--: Na-citj Stru.t, Now York
Tlie Science of Life. Only $1
HY MAIL roaT-PAII).
Kxlisu-'ed V taiilv. Nervoc nnd I'rvioit lie.
bbity. I'.mnt:!te Decline in Mali, 'Krror. i
mi!h. at.i! ui.t.ild ntisertt's r-soitintf In. in ind s-
i rel ou or ixce.-es A t.uiik for every nian, rouni;.
tii : ci lle-k'ed and "If!, It contain Vi't presi rlpttons
r ad acute ai.d tLroii'.c disease. ech one of
wtiicli Is in. a uihte. so IomkI ly II..; Author,
nose ej periei.ee lnr Ut years:, such proi.ali.y
D-ver bep re fell to tlie lot of any physician. ..iti
Pi;e., bound lr besutilul Ir nth miis.in, embo
red covers, ial iri.t, fUara: tc d to be a f.i.er wnrk
in ev. ry sense inecbaiilctl, I t- rary utd prob s
stotal tt an at.v otter work sobl in this country
for i .'si. or the ni iney wii; he refunded in every
IhsUire. 1'ii.e oi.lv bv mill, post-panf.
Illustrative sam le n cents, send Low. (io;d
nedul aw ,rd d the author by the Nstio' ai .Medtial
Association, to tee . flic, r i 1 which lie r lets.
1 his buna should be read by the yuuni! lor IP-
stuttlon, and by the aflncfd fur rebel It whl
(benefit a. I. London 1-aLtet.
TUero is no member ol society to whom this
boiikwiil not be uselul, whither yo .tli, parent
guard an. !i.tri)cti.r or cl'Tif man Argonaut,
Addre the Fea'.MidT yteilica; Institute, or I)r
W. II. I'urker, No. t liu'fliici Strut. 11 .ston.
Jla".. who mav be ciiStiited on ail uts a-es re
qui-inii ski'l nu.i experience Ch-on'c stol ob-ll-
nat- direa.t s that liar- bill.e'l I I, 1 ue
skill ot all o'ber physlctnli a II J i I J H""
ci'.lv. Mn h treated sue- MM I 'C I.' I 1.
refu!! w ithout an Inst- 1 Jl 1 Ulilil
aiiceol fa. lure .Vei.ttou this paper.
rj'DE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
OF Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, & 1 00,00 OI
A General Hanking Hns'iness
Til W. II A I.I .1 DAY
JNTEUPIUSE SAVIXO BANK.
KXCLI'SIVELY A SAYI.M.S HAN ll.
T IKJS. AS', i r AI .1 .1 1 ) A V ,
i oiiiiiH'i'cia! Avenut and Eigbtl! Siicct
F. H!)SS. President.
11. A'ELl.S, Cashier.
P. NrCFr. VlceFres'M
T.J. Kertb, Asp't can
r Fross Ca'ro I William Kl.itu. .Cairo
FeterN'etf " I iv ilii'itn oil. ...
C. M Clstcrloh " C " Fatter ''
ti A. Under " I II. Well
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia..
A ..ENEMA I. ItAN'KIN'C. Hl'SIN'SSS J'iN'K.
Kxchani!') sold and boturht. Ir.t -rest paid ii
the haviiiKS Department. Collections made and
ali business promptly attended to.
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a ' wS s A. -r n
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