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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1870.
"LITTLE KITTY."
A Vomit Woiiiiiii'm l,' Slory.
i'lt Al't Kit t.
'He will be mre lo unit! before Hie mill
iner In out," llltlu Kilty nald to be'wlf.
She W " al)s callc.l Utile iiil'.t, al
though iilui.dccn ycnr old, but tin- wan
round ami i-ofl ami .relty ami petable, and
looked like a little Kitten, no thu nunc and
tlio adjective united her perfectly. And
ntii' wai very rarefitl. In rpttc f.f many a
timptatlot to the contrary, not to wear her
now while urn ill ii drcit at the doctor's
wile's or tin- lawyer's wife's party, anil
noni: of hc rhc-t bows were hccii at church,
I lio tin li on tinny i Sunday IhuMin ltoue o
lirlnl.lly. It D-ciiit'd lo bo alimi.t iii'tillliig
initio wear tlicni. KIiow.k keeping tlicm
all for l!,e benellt of .lolin l.awrenco when
ho next cainu to ilay at the Laurels, which
he una Mire, to do r,n, lor ho ulwaj
turnol up about tAl.o In n year.
old .Mr. Hughes w.ii very fond of his
liand'omc neplnw, who had not ton;,' at
talnsd the elevated po-itlou of n Llctilen
nnt in the artillery, and having no ton of
hl own, and the estates bollix entailed, it
was only natural Hut hefchould make milrh
nrbUliclr.
There wa unollicr reason, too, why old
llitf;hcs tnado muih of .lolin lu: wanted
h Im to marry hU .laughter; nay, It bad al
ways been coii.ldcrod an a settled, though
tiii.lct,ed tblux, that he should do -o, and
l.eopte said that they .vcro cnaij-cd.
Kitty believed this tjo-slp was all non-uen-c,
for Caroline Huhei was tall and thin,
with tw.hirj;e whlto teeth stlcVlnj; out In
fro ,t of her mouth tbousli she was other
wIo agreeable and, morcocr, whenever
.lolin Lawrence caac to Crulord he made
love to Kitty. He always did It In :i half.
flamlcMlno fa-hion that annoyed Kitty ex
ees.ively, and never paid her marked attention-
before o'her people; still he did not
love her, tlmt was certain, and she did not
believe bo e.ircd for Caroline.
Kitty did not nltcn go to the Lmrels.
Kitty's lather AVas only a retired tollcltor,
though well ot!, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mits
llujjlii' ranked among tie big twelN of
Crjgfonl. and only linited the profcf.slenal
men and their wives once nr twice year
lo dinner, anil lliclr daughters once or
twice tn a bailor croquet parly. It galled
little Kitty to think that this Mtcial diflcr.
ence In their station at Cragford was per
hajis the rcu'on why tho lovo that John
Lawrence inide to her was tlandistitie.
Tiior little Kitty! flic bad not a Aery nice
time of it at horn?.
M ran't lni'gine why you do not gho
Mr. ll.ierstock more encouiagcmeiit,"
Mrs llorton h.t always a)ing to her.
"Ho will be snapped up soon, lor there arc
vi ry few chances lor a gill In thl. iIcjJ
alive place."
Mr. Ilaver-tock was ayoitng -uigeonwho
had itttleil down in Cragford ubnut a jear
prclitsl. lie wore pectacle-, bad thin
b g-and red hair, and was not by any
mean-a chinning oSJcct to behold. He
was crj tlew.tol to Kilty, as all Cragford
knew, but Kitty always snubbed l.im un
mercifully. "I driest him, mainnia." (Kltty'sJ papa
had iit.c vpectdlv taken to blni'df a second
w Ifc'iltiriug :i i-lt to Loudon about two
via's siuco. and Kilt) called her luamma
toph-aso him, but there wa no love lo-t
between them.) "Why he's as ugly as it
toad."
"Ho is getting u very good practice."
"I would rather marry the man In tho
moon," and she fettled restlessly down to
reid "Lalbi Uonkh'' for about the twenty
loventh lime Hint jear.
It was a beatitilully bound edition, radi
ant In crlm-on and gold, an J illustrated
wllli hcaulllul pictures protected hjtlMio
p iper. Somebody had sent It anonymously
to l itty on her last birthday. She declared
she did not know whcio It j.iiiio from, ami
Itwas iptlto true she didn't, but the could
hac niiulo an excellent uuess it lio had
till. I.
CIIAl'IKI! II.
Only a week later, and .John L'lwretico
had arrived at the Laurel-. Mr. Haver
stock brought the news, and when Kitty
heard itshe looked mi sweet, tho Hirgeon
felt encouraged und ventured tn nta) the
e riling. There was only ono vexjng
thing that lie had brought his liicnd Ml'.
I'lelclier Willi him again. He hud accom
pallid .John L'twrenee ou hlsla-t two
it.-tn CriiKlord, and Kitty had IV! t on each
occasion that he had been decidedly in the
way, for whenever, ipilto by n.cciilent,
.lolin had met her when she, was out lor a
walk, Mr. l-'letcher had not been lar oil',
mid shv had devoutly wished lilin ut Jcf.
Icho.
"1 hsar Mls Huglips' m.irrlugo Is to
tamo oil' this Suuuiior," Mr. Iluvcrntock
suld in his weak alto voice, ".mil l:ow' that
thu yuttug geiitlcniau Is here, I dare ay It
will be all arranged."
"No doubt." mild Mrs. llorton, a little
kpltellllly, lor tho bad noticed lilsattciltlous
to Kitty, audleltthey boded her no good
probubly put ridiculous ideas into her head,
ami prevented her from accepting Ihelllun
(nous Frederick, who was ready to throw
hlimcll at her feet on tho hligh'cst prov
ocation. "I Intro always heatd tint they
wore very mileh attached to each otlicr."
Mrr. Hotton had not heunl anything o
tho kind; bu', no mutter sho was given to
libblug.
Tho eiy ncxl day tlio hero culled. Ho
looked liauilsoincrlhancver, Kitty thought,
HI- shoulders were broader, his hands big.
ger, mnl bis face more sunburnt Ho t.ilki d
. e.hlclly lo Mr', llorton, hill he kept liokiig
ut'i'oHs at Kltly-'llial protty, innocent,
round.faeml Kitty, wlt'i the sparkle lu her
dowiicist eyes, and the Mil, Ii ou her dimp
led ilici'ks till ho m.'ido her heart beat
! with liapiincss and oxclleincnt.
"Ity llio way, Mls Kitty," ho said, mil
ilrnly I'tiiiihllug In the big pocket o his
lone tweed coal, "i hinc a nole for jou,
Tht re's to he some croillet up at Hie Lau
rels on Tile-day, itiul my uut wants yon lo
poino."
The white iutlltn ilrccit w:ls donnnl,
and the coipictUh hat ami Hie llttlo iimkc-bc-llevo
wraptwl-tcdnliout her ioiildcrn
lo the best advantage, ami Kitty was ready
lor tho parly at tho Laurel, she did
look very pretty, even Iter stepmother
secretly acknowledged.
"Ilcmeinbir, Kitty, I ball cxppct jou
hoincby seven o'clock. It l not rigid ror
you to conic liter llirotigli lhee woods
alone. Indeed. I think that Mrs. Hllgtits
ought to h ive aked mo l chaperon you."
"Yes, mamma," and Kitty went ou her
Joj fill way.
The woods Mr-. Morton ulludcil to Were
private ones belonging to (lie I.itircN, but
they iimlti a short cut lor Kitty, and saved
her ii good half mllii of road.
"l'erhapj he will come ami meet me,"
sho thought, shjly, and strained her c)cs
to eateh sight ol his awkward liguro in the
illiUintrr, but it did lint sppeur. Th'in .r
cntly sho heard the distant church clock
cl.ltiii! half.pist three.
"There! I am much lo earlv. Wo were
not even al.ed till lour. I know what I"
do when I get turlhcrbti I'll sit down In
a shady part of the wood, and wait till
about lite minutes alter the hour.
So she went ou, and when tlio was with
in a itiartcr ot a tulle of the house, branched
otr Into :i thick pirt ol tho wood, and fol
lowed n sleepy stream that wandered on
beneath thu till trees and among tho tan
gled underwood, llecked with water lilies
ami (ringed wiltiycllowirls, which nodded
their golden heads to the sun. She foiled a
iUlet lealv nook clo.o to its edge, und sat
down and waited. Then suddenly throui;li
the distant trcf " she tv coming along the
edge ol the stream two ilgures those of a
in .in and woman. Tlio one sho know at
u glance It was John Lawrence; tho other
-he aw, u ml onto later, was Ids coii-ln
Caroline. With a bound, tier hcurl seemed
to conic Into her throat.
"It's Ml" Hughes' ,ho said to hersill;
"and how nice sho looks, ami what n pret
ty dress she has on !'
She drew her white nmilln closor around
her. and retreated a few Inches lurther
buck behind the thick l.u-he, so tint thev
miiiht pas.i her tini.creched, and waited'
On tlipyeame, arm in arm, tilklng earn
estly and in a low voice. Tho color lied
Iroui Klttj's cheek J mid tho light died out
ol her eve us she saw thrm. for mrelv
only lovers walked as they did! They ttop-
pen as mev go hhiiiii turce yams ol
Klttj's hiding place, whllo Caroline Hu
ghes stooped alnently to pickup one of tho
yellow water-iris, and Kitty heard her tayi
"Do you ktiow, John, I never liked you
fo well a" I do to-day, and 1 thought you
did not cure for mo.'
"Ms ilear girl, 1 was always awfully fond
ofyou. I think you ouglit to give me s ki
ln make iii lor all the unkind thin; you
have been esylng.'
She put up her face, and Kitty looked
away, lib a pain that almost made her cry.
Then they pissed on, and were soon lost to
Iew.
Kitty did not move from her hiding
place, and went to no croquet parly tliul
iltctnoon.
Mi-. llorton ahuoit screamed with tur
prl?c, an hour Isltcr, when Kitty "Uddenlv
appeared, her muslin dress crushed, the
1H--C In front of her drcs all f.ideJ, und her
checks mid Hp" as white n the Ja-uittic
about her head, as she stood in tho win
d )v lending in from the garden.
"Mamma, I fell III, and my head ached,
an 1 1 -.it down In tho wood, ami felt too ill
to go on, and 1 have conn: hack.'
"Didn't you -ce any one' Mm. llorton
a-kcil doubtfully.
"I have not spoken to a soul,' hc -aid,
and went to lierroom, aylnghc wi-hed to
lie down.
In the ilu-k of the evenlm;. Kill) eaino
ilnwntairs ugain, to llnd Mr. Il.iver.-tock
talking wllli her lather mnl step
mother. "We wcro talking of gelling married,
Kitty, .Mr- llorton sild, m.iLliig wa lor
her to -It down, but she -to.nl starling at
tho xr.nip before her, almo't. -is II in ndieam.
'Ami Mr. Ilivet'stnek says that ho would
not marrv an heiress for tho world.'
'No. indeed I would not, .Ml-s Kilty. I
should only ninrry because I loved tho
niiug lady uml felt I could ill vote my life to
her.'
'And why do you ovpect ti bo mirried,
Mr. lUVers'toekV' she nsked, absently.
lie thullled about uneasily, and uuswered
in his squeaky voice :
'Well, I hope I hopa tho young lady
will have an utl'ei Hon lor mc-e-e.
Kitty would have Uughed at any o hsr
time, fiilt now sho only started at him, and
passed out into tho garden.
hUc went through the galo and wandered
ju-t u little way down Hie lane uga n, led
Ing as if sho would give any thing to walk
etrulght on and out of the weary worl I
altogether.
'Kitty!' u well-known voico said soltly,
and .lolin Lawrence appeared from behind
a tree, ami btjodbeforo her In the dim light.
'I have been waiting hens ou llio mero
chance of seeing you. Why didn't ou
come to-duyV
'I was ill,' sho said, faintly.
Mv poor little glil!' and ho drew her
hand' through his arm. 'Why. what wan
the matter!1' lint she shrank back,
Nothing,' Mie mid, drawing herself up
'mile I inn L-iiIll'' borne.'
Something is tho matter, now!' ho ex
elulnio I. 'Why, Kitty, what Is It, my little
darling?
You have no right to speak to mo like
that, she said, while the hopeless teiim
tilled lief ev cs and trickled down hercheeks.
What would your eoti-ln sujr von who
aro engaged und going lo bo married.
1! I'm sure I'm not at lea-t it's not ar
ranged yet though Caroline is going to be
spliced.
Ye", to yon.
Oh dear! no, It's to l letcher.
When I aw vou kl-s her this afternoon,
and heard you'say you wcro nwlully loud
of her.
Well, what then 1 Sho d been telling me
In eonildenco about Hetcher, and getting
mo to maiiHge it with my uncle, who'd had
some ridiculous notions in his head, and I
was congratulating her and telling her what
he'd said, and thought 1 doserved u cous
inly kiss for my pain.
Was that Ity "iiul, in nniaeinent.
Yes, It wa, you little gooso, for he could
not helti H'cltig the stale ot tho case and
vou see, I've been hanging about here on
the chance of seeing soft. I wauled to tell
you how loud 1 am of you, you little darling;
and ask you to bo toy "I'".
Ami then he d i to MttVWllilt III had
done to hlscotisiu Caroline In the afternoon
and Hut never miii'l, "'e "tory is told, mid
you can guon how pretty Mlty looked on
the day fhu was mirried to her hern.
II aoanV Maonoi-ia Hai.m iiiwi ves nnil
restores llio t'(iiuih'.lH ; leiuiivos I'nrk-les-.
Ian ami illuwuess ; inukos llio skin
suit, while iiiul ilelliMle. Its nipleiltinti
taiinot iMMk'lceli'il. :i-lO-ilwly.
l.ro.N'rt IC.v'i ii uuoN innkes ln'tiiilll'iil,
glossy, liiMirinnt liali'i ircveuts lis full
liir out nr turning grtiy. Il liiisHlnntlllii!
Ii'st of HI years, Is i lmi inlnxly peilunu'il,
mnl Imsiioilvtil. ;t.iilwly
"WuKlncrtos. ATnut.
out, xxtsiiv. i'ni( prims, .,t:
grni.li ' Why then do jolt watte money mi
swindlers fn.tnul send lo Hie old reliable
hi.iiBcor llnnt.r A l o. Lttatllslieit in Imji.
WCMl..lvnll hoots, nil goods hiiiI at lowest
rales, -end 1'i.rsiiiiiiMir these, 'Inink lull or
I mi. rei Won- to win n Muiilliiurt, .HV t
l.ol.h'ii Whft'l I'otllliie 'leller, lap t llm.k nl'
Low lAltcrs, ,VW Iloxlng Alude Kasy, I V
Morgiiii's .Masonry l;v.risd, ivipp. Illn-lrnlisl,
Oop, How to wrilu short liuml, mv. How lo
iimiiisp im evfiilng 1'iiity, :c liuuriiig nunc
l.asy, 'H-1 Mow (iiiiiililcr win, tmp, 1 I.imii jem
I'tinls. J ontl-liipranO, Korloiie 'lillliin i nl.,
litp.Miiklnvliii.N. I khuN-eirh In eioe unlv
f".'. (;'"i"l'lfl.' l'ockel lloyle, Vic j I lu-ter-llctit's.
U'thr Wrlli'i, o .Monitor of Fiw.
masonry, T'.p ( ll.iw lowlnnn.l how to w
S"0 I lhcl.uu.iir Uulle.,' I.niilc t,,
I'VioJy. Ac , Ar , Ar.. IIiiiiciiiIh r liny or
all i.riliculKMi! will InsiwiiI lo you prepaid on
rrrelptM price -We inisitt uml hum up for-
iriiiui.lsr.ircelK,(iks. Wr nuke it a study.
cWiilityourrili,in.ige. Send for our clreii
lars. It will pay j on t.. deal with in lio not
risk money w th swindlers hut send nl nun- to
llicyold nllahlet," Hunter .V Co., llliisdalr,
SAVE MONEY "!,')as,,mM"
.. . . prl.es. luirnn
buy $IS worth of goods lor tie. hy not do It
'I liv limit N L. Oollar ."-ale, il lirotoilvl.t St
Hotton, Is tinnlyestahll-heil, pnd for viiiihIi m
sold reully Miliiiililegnisls worth tl 'ji $ii
ntii IKi.I irifi'or..M. Osk I iol.l t n n nrn
i.lori mid iveoiniiiti'lcl hy tin-lrtvt eisT.
und the Ic.ulliig in.'ieli.inlA Our sale I- mi
lioii.irul.le lunlness rulerprisp we do sell goods
alle-ithiiiiiilh( i dsnli;is In this.,, tlnn t it ms
to suu money We nil .Ipwelrr, Silver uml
I'lulHt Wine, i;lasware. tiilltry, llry mid
rnnr;' I.Qods, (irorcrli-ji, Tims. CollitM, Si.Icim,
ami in r.ict eu rythln liiclmllng '.,ii ch cunt
liooLs, uliii h retail at 41 to JI, mid nil r..r
Jiistom'iloll.ir. 'IhcH'lino "ticket," "orihr
slli" or oilier trickery. Our dollar serorci aliv
arllrle until.' Iltt. We . II. I)., lei yoll see
goods iKfureiiajliiif. iiier ;s,(Ki patrons lu
teal the popularity ofoiirguut (ale, We Mi'd
nguils eervwlu rv. Wu cinili.it gltr any Idea
herroroiirbiitlnets. Our list i.r go.U would
III lids entire piper, ."end ut once fur circulars
uii'l recommendations ftinn our pulroiis Vou
lUlisuieiush. W'iliyi.u do It II' so iid.lre.s nt
oli.'c H. llli.MISTON A- lO., N. y. 1 1. II, I, A II
SALi:, .il ItromlleldM , lloston, .Mass.
(li)-a-UwJm,
AVAIiOXH.
fhQ Gamble Wagon
OA.irio, iZi3jiiroia
MANUKA UTUHKl) UY
.'JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPKST WA10N HAH
UFACTURED!
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtt th-Vourth Stroot
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STHEET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Munuf.tcttiroH hin own Homo Shooa nnd
uun AsBUU.Good Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
o-Miii
ro.vi
TO COAL
CONSUMER S
II Allltl-IU IKl, Ills , .bill. 1'., IS70.
Y17"l!arp now mining n very superior mlldc
t coul I'lev from ml iliipurilles, esjieciiilly
uiiaplisl lor grates und hoiueholil u-e generally
which wewlll ilcllirr In Cairo, on the Cairo 11110
Vliicnin.'S trui t liy th. cur load ol i bushels
ut nine V1) 11 ills per bushel, or two dollars and
tweuly-llie edits (tJ a.) pirton.
Weulso haica very siiieilor article of Nut
Coal which wr will deliver on truck ut sIMecu
(li) dollars per cur mo bushels. I'urlles not
wishing 11 car load will call upon I'. M Waul on
Klghlh sluvt, betwten Coiiiuieiciul und Un-li-Inatnii
airlines, und be supplied nl reiisoniihle
trctus, Mr. Wind will also dellier this cud to
iiuy ptut of the city at l Ut per cur lo.ul, lual.
lilts coal costabi. ut i .V. s r too. AH ll.eeoiil
usisl hr Hie ('. und V U. li. Is supplied I10111
our mines, mid It has no s11p.1l.1r In llicioiiili t,
Adiliess nil onh rs ll' 0. nl lo
Jas. A. Viall ft Co.,
ll.Vlillltlll'llt;, ILLS.
0r. M, Wind, l'!t. , has Uaiii.s uml w III do
her this r0.1l ul I :.o per ear l.'.'o-dll".
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Ih Iltt" Oriuiil Old
MUSTANG
T T TfVT TTUT tl 1VP H
Which has stood tho tost of 40
Yonrs.
Thoro in no aoro it will not Ilonl,
no LuinoncHS it will not Curo, no
Aoho.no Pain, tlmt Alllicts tho IIu-,
man body, or tho body of a Ilorso
or othor Jotnostio un mul, that
doon not yiold to its mnRio touch.
A bottlo costing U5o 00o. or $1
has often saved tho llfo of a ITuman
Boinir. and Restored to Llfo and
Usofulnoss Many a Vcluablo
Ilorso. ,
a iin-cipilV'iy.
$25
n dny mitrtntfM utlnir nur Ws,
Auuer & Drill. tlOO a moiiui
iial'll.) S.....I Ak. iiI'. Aiixcr l...k
iri'e. JIK Auj-s f g tit. Louis, Uu.
I COAL I
NO. 74.
IfNIHEHTS.
T..,.nii) p,'riirime lli.'livipesor the won
in mil pain-nothing mid healing I eiilaur Lbil-
lo.'iib. Ih.it We eu nll.lentully sal they will
iilKMi.l,. iiuy ,,! aril-lng liom ilp.h,
...lieor miisr rileinngiiiuut,. W.'.lo not pie
...ej n in mi nil it lirnken lig nr .-
o, , ' ".".'. ""I"''' n in ""' li ra-isthei
w ill leiluer the liillulnatloii uii.Utoi, the pain
.Norciii ueg.uireiilis!llie irnper ii-miIW where
un o.siy is lil I so 11 I'll liy lllllskv. 'lelll-
InVmalnmiH I'" ' l'ro,s r ,,! .1,,,., s
Till" W II 1 1 1' t'eliliuir l.liili, ...... I. .
l ienhiily ii.laptril to lilt ui-. a or III iiiiill.iu,
Liiniliinro. Ninr.ilghi, Kyrsllat. Nirnlii.
llch.Cliillhlalus, Uils, llrulses .-lings, I'oi.ons,
.s.iil.U .-clallca, Uak llacl:, I'alns In the tide,
Wounds. Weeping Mlnews, llllrns, Fro.tisl
J eet, I'llNy, Kur-iil'he, Tooth-ache, lliiul-urlip,
( leer. ( lit "nns. Ilroten lln.i.l. vi...
phw, Son' I'hroal, l.'ioiip, lllpttierlii, dr. ''Ihe
... ... ,., ii...-i-. iniiii.iiiiisilir M'llluur l.llllllll'llt
will run- j ulloniiem It will K'nelll. It will
'lnip Hie iiiiUiiii irnoi bit.. s iin.i .iI.m.j
and will ruir IniriiH unit xfiililx ivltliout il
run nr union iiib is oiii n sample ot u thou
uml similar testimonials i
... Antiocii, I i.l.,, Dec, 1, 171
"My wife has fi,r it long lime Iss u u terrible
Minder mini lllieiiiniitl.iii Mie bus Irlnl ninny
pliysli'luns and many lemislles. 'I lie only thing
which has itiven her ri'IUris Ontuiir Llnliuent
I am ifjolrcdtosuy thltlms cunsl her.
W. II IlINd, I'ottnuuter."
It Is mi In.INpiilablp fact that Hie Centaur I J nl
iii.iitsMH'i.i'irnriiilng fiiri'H Meter lielort
ellepleil hy uuy preparation in exlslcnep.-iap
hinnlc I Miniui.it itn of tlilrly .vi'iir-.'.liinit-liiU".
tniii!htenlng ilngiis umllolnls which had
iHin stiff lor six cuts, taking the soreness n-oin
burns, ete,
OiiPdollar. or even lllly eentt, Inve-tisl lu
Cintaur l.inliiiuit will Is' within unrh it lieu
mi iieelileiit iiei nrs. und will do more good
than uuy iiinoiint ul money iii I for medical
attcniUncc. When physicians uic railed Ihcy
frpipiriity u-e this l.liilinent, ami or isjiirse
charge teveml prices I'or II.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
Isml.iptid lothp toilgn skin, niiNPlciiniil flesh of
Ih.iaiiiilinul ru-.ition Its i Heels iiihiii -evert;
n"'"i "w'f,",1"!, s""i,y. Wlml-I.'all, lllg
id'iu " 1 ""'vl1' ,l"le le Ihan ninrval-
MiWj .I. Mrduru Co.. Hrugsi.ls, iM.r.
L in mid f n.nt sts . tllnclniuill. O . say ;
'In our in IghbiiiliniKlii miuilsr ol' t,-.iinler
iireiiilnir the 1'eiitaur l.inunint. They pro-noiiun-It
superior loiinylliliu; they hale tier
Used. Husrll as hl.-h us lour or llie doen
l.ul Ii'sikt month to owners of louses mnl
limit's, "
We have volumes of Ictlmoiiluls de.ei iblng
cuii'sol.-iuiilns, Kicks, 1,'utls, I'oll-Ltll. lllg.
Iltl.l,lill,reu r..llli.leis, which hip liltle less
than in.inels No owner of an Hiilnml ran
ulli.nl to b w ithoiit a liolllu of (Yiit.iui- i.inl
meiit. which uuy dty may proic w villi luciily
times Itsco-t.
sold every vv heir, but picpaie.1 , nly at the
l.abiiiiitiuy ol d. II. Itu.e .V: Co ,
10 titv s,t s'kw Youit.
Oast or ia.
I lo--, sickly bullies mnl i liil.lnn may enjov
lit nl I li , mnl inolliers Inn icsi. )nM v w ill
u-e t'u-toil i. Woiios, leierlshness, leeihlng,
mil colle, sour sioiiiachaiiiliiii.llir'sinl rood
makpchllilli ii cio.s, ami prisbu es -lekness
u.-li,l l:l will lodinltale Ihe I'msl, en l
w onus, and em net all there Ihlngs. For
t w inly ) ems Or. I'ilcher lAperiiiieuttHl in Ids
pillule practice to pioduce uu t lltcllie Cat Iml tic
mnlktiiiiiaih ipgulaior whiiii would be us ctTiv
llipus I'lisliu- nil, wilhoiit lis implp.isant
liisteor recoil.
'I he npul ilioii of Ids it j ,i-1 fin in t extenilcd,
I'll Hit'tnui mid iiiiim'S rapidly adopted Ids
iciucdy, to which he gave Ihe. name ol' I'll,
loriii .
1'usloila Is us i I t'llvn it I i I alto u lioney,
leglllulrt the stolll.lth and Is.ltcls, ll..lilne.t lint
grille. It Is ii.l.iplfd in nil uges. cumulus no
idcliohol, uml is nliHiiliilely liiiriulesiH to
Hip moil lender infant.
'I ry l.'uiliiilu once ami vou will never tie
vtillioiit It,
I'repaiisl at the Ijilsiinlorv ol'J. II. lloe A
Co .liiDoystiviLNpii-roik. (I)'-J-2I-I tliv
CO.YI,,
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
M.T. OARBON(Big Mudrly)
AN1
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hogshoadB. for shipraont,
sroiuiitlv uttondod to.
y-To largo oonsumors and all
aianufaoturors, wo aro propurcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, ot uniform ratOB.
CAIUO CITY COAL COMPANY.
LT"aUl.lay lro 'd ofllce, No. TO Ohio Levitt.
iJ-llnHiday llro whurfbout,
J.JAt Cg)illnii Mills, or
rjAt the Coul Dump, loot of Tiiuty-Klglil
licet
Post Olllcu Druwer. :.
umat AorPii re?
luttUiTiwri!! nnrvr
k'actt," a 'I'nmtiso uu Ilia
C'aaH',lllliry, for anil
PnteullwiH,IWl.lt!ft'
l.l,i i e. kflsMKII.
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