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TUB DAILY CAIKO lUTLLCTrK: WEDNESDAY MOUSING, DECOtl.KI. 26. 1878.
THIS DAILY BULLETIN.
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A CHItlSTMAS STOltY
TIIK FRUITS OF SELFISHNESS
hiv asnik koukutson suxox.
i i fti
li t twite ilnvi" of Kolld tv'io lo the Inch
'l y rof'i;.r mlvirt!icr we oS'r superior Indurr
r. t ii'. ilb U rati cliircn iu.il U'.i.ueii uf
r -'playing tln.r fnjr.
Un;l kul'.ou Uif.y cf r,; per line fur t:it lner
J,ui; tan eut per V.uv for ecli uilia'.-ijui i.i Inser
tion. CotilTntii.l ,i;lnr; upon ttihjuotnnf iri-ncnil Interest
re lilt t u ti ! I ( : ut ;. . Iln.c (..iep:uii:e. lii-J-c It'll
:, iiuf .rl;-t-. vi,I nut bo rt!(nrnt'i.
u. r? miii c.4.i.iit.irtiun akoaM l uil.l.-isel
1 Culm i'.'X.v. t:vr. r;:tiin
: Ciphu i.'ittori rl any Daily in
H 'Utliorii Illinois!.
t n-'ICUJ- PAI UK CF ALEXANDER COUNTY
M.IJ. Ilarroll. I-:dit..i
Tiik J ihasMD County Journal h;w jmb
IikIjivI it ubrciHil thSit Col. 11. 11. Watkirm in
a Ripublican. There are no iu, l.uts or
fisntirjrjim'ies In coancct:on with tin- stati.
meat. It 'u m'mp'y a I'uki, briJ ufscrA-.t.
tion that Watkins U c.it a IK-mocrat, but a
Uopublicaa. .Had the J rt.il told us thtt
Col. Dougherty and Jack Kuyki-r.dil! l;.;d
returned to thtlr old low. nd were ayf iin I c
roaring Demorrs'N we heu'd not Lave
lL-en itirpr'sed, fur dcet: Liticj aa-i ast.
:atiuns nre attractive; but tl.it : this
(I'min ilia Ht. Louli It.'pnlillciin.)
Chrl.-tinns i ve, with swirls niul clmids of
niuw ui;uliliii 'lowu on fiuccs, chtiroh
ypircH, Liiinv house tnpH. lied'TS. ilisiniil ul-
' ' I l,t U .111,1 lll.,,.,. LlIU !. ,,ll.. i.:..
1 111 I','" iv Miiuv.i, nn a it: iiuiii II II u. u , J '
l!ul;i s tluit c'V.Ti a lii'iithi'ii would lmve
known Iiihtiuilly that thin wa no ordinary
t'Vtry-diiy i flair, but n regular nortliwester,
ordered liy old St. Nicholas that the wheel
of hiu cliuriiit miiflit not be heard on the
atony btreetn, nor Ihh leinileers' hool's us
tln-y pranced if.vuy over m.tns'ird rols irom
mi" end of the city to the other.
Christmas eve, with the pulse of the
tlii'obbini; town beutim; in u nmdled way ns
the hearts of the sleepers vhall beat, while
happy dreams race and frolic through eaeh
brain, lor strange and pitiful though it is
ouU'asts, without homj or prospects, turn
into prince, and t'l -n, ehulied in Damascus
silks, roam through the musky gardens of
thn old Ihi''dad of Jlareun Al Hisehid
fame, happy as Ccniis with a !are of the
lamp, and a thousand jeais to live.
The stars were no who; e to b.! feen in the
tnowy ky, as they had all been invited to
the wedding of the pallid little moon with
the iee kint,', whose bridal present wus a
whole world composed of diamond and
prarls a sad old world for nil that to those
who would have bartered nil the p.'urls for
bread on this Christm.u eve.
Inn solid jjray stone house jvIhtc a reut
bis,' fire ciaekelled and roared up the wide,
old chiinn"y, whose Christinas bistoijes
would fill a lar,'e vniunie, nnnn walked up
and down with hii hands behind him and a
.ouil of at xi' ty on ln.t face. Once lie
drew aside the heavy r;d curtains and look-
j ed cut into tie tliiny d.irkuws. The callers
I in the uveal:!? were weuriti;' their ermine
r.ri rurt i:it.illi' til, it.. ,l,.tt.,w .1.....
mre o; tne wor.J, utk ki.xsM m. . ., , ,
J cr iftV the snow beneath,
t race tul lrb thit ua of ill mlz. ; A j,, lilm. h ; tt,w , w,tchinff a t-,il)t
t:,therubL:cirt.U:B;!yiWtoucJs;j.h.ja lhc jist incJf wllie hu thoUf,llg
ca. If tLf asv rtiuii hi tr, Watkia ius ; travelled bark over the last ten years of his
ttulca .mt.-th:nsr ai Imt LU .;;f-r-:spect. ' life, as our thoughts will do on Christmas
If it be untrs.-. tI! walk. If ncI$ br, !1 eve, and as he tinned from tin; window, the
the wjr to VUcfia, to sVj..,: ti.,: J.jfea..Q ' Lln-lrji !! with a nih anl roar fell lie-
&tiary editor. tvea the blaek and irons, making a pie-
Mr; which burned ilvdf into his brain.
T.-a years a'o. on just such a Christmas
v?. l 1-PHiht his beautiful young wife
h 1. 1 tiie "Id home behind thos j ances
tril ti.- tre 's, bending them as now under
:.v!: weight of unow. In another wing of
tie old b long sine; closed up he had
ismier ; '-''V'J '" r und -r the holly and mist'.e-
6v, at..! while looking in her soft brown
ej.-j hid thought himself richer than an
.np-Mr. A p ing ran through his heart to
tigt.t a he rem ,'iub. red h'-r b.-auty, her
youtl lit..- ineipericnee, the sudden hirm of
her :n j'.h-r, and many other circumstance
Moss thu c-3 hilr" ot ? til! ttii
fir ictrJcre'l ln'j rogTs. ia si.'cje iu.,--ar
d'.ai with the c.rrtsey qesioo.. Zt-.tt
f3Urvrrr o kiT a faaaoivl thmwy.
tl: the-I'- trt u irll iu wr th.t
'" ts of J.&iikt cr-U. S'oi- at' iii-a:
I'tzi.n-.i t j ltj jirv-r tr.jJi tic u:rf:trnt
f thvir ifurt-r, pild for r '
3e; othtrs j rovIJe thkt !r j ujr ,
taiour.t al of any tlzM coins t a .
l4l : ler. Othe are but the wild ;
Cnancial v;.garli of Greenback lunatic,
who hold that the salvath.n of the Ilcpuli- ; xVM
hh'iuld have male her dearer
e. and he knew that the old
lie deiiend upon the issuance of all tin- hy.y h.ul Uen a hawn and refuge to her
greenbacks everybody wants; while others j He argmd that M irie Imd not done by him
conic trom lunatics on the other extreme, j extetiy as she should. She was wayward,
who would debase everything but -'oid. ! 'ul'-' drlted, hard to te.-irain and some
where this tii:ini:L tn intnuliin. rnrn.ncv ! ''"I
bi Uwmld hitve Htonped, H-avm only
knows, had not the House Committee on
ahn i-t inditf-rent longbi tore the end
."I-" Itad b ;-n nared in a ilillerent
atiii w-; h'Te In l been indulged in gave
ties a id frivolity, and true to ln-r linea"e,
and h"r pa-idieiiite foreign nature, looked
Ujiun iife us a butterfly danee. His hard,
practical nature could not assimilate with
her lil-'l.t ulld Volulil,. oih ,m,i tln.tr ilrll'i,.,!
of specie pay.nnnta will have r-nioved all j away from each other, us Uo ni,l.e will i
apparent necessity for some of the bills, j a stream, though borne aloic by the same
Hanking and Currency blocked the tinker
ing game, by postponing action upon any
bills of that diameter, until after the 1.1th
of next January, liy that time resumption
rendered others absurdities, and possibly
will huvc changed all the needs of the slt-cation.
current. He loved her madly, and longed a
thous.i'id times to take Kr in his aims und
make her love Rim again with thut old for-
Kkhok. tl,i alletred chi' f of the "Molly ' V,1,i, !l :l,ow al,UH!it "ut-
M..,T:.., ,,.,,' , . . , ' . , I Lllt:iu ,r'" pr'de withheld him, and
maguires, who was ha lired m pottKvi le m . .
n " ".sm i(, .,i.ir:.' s.-muht other society then and filled
la., last week, denied that he beleni'" 1 ti. . i i i -.i
' ii i ut hi n, the old house, with young eoiniianv, und
o that ortrmtutiot., and pesisted with 1 while 1. hat moodily tiiinkieg of his tin-
his hist breiuh, in his inn.K.eneeol the mur- j 1. .j.pim-s alone he could hear hr childish
der of Langdon. Il ivingrea I nearly every- i laught r ringing through the house, or the
thing that has bcn published concerning ! Illi;. ""'fry snugH she sang to drown bis
this man, we are forced to conclude that he ! ''"'(, llMnl word.-, still sounding in her ears.
was a bad man, and that the world is better J "H s;lt s" witl' lll u'1 bowed
off without him; but while saying this, we j '' hands, she stole in, bring-
insist that he was the lei'itimate'out.rrmvtl, I'""1'" 0,"r of '"'''"""l''-' in her light silk
of the. hard, uafeedng mining system
obtains in the mines of Pennsylvania.
Igarmen's and said in a restrained wny:
)lll Oil not COIIU! lllllln I-, m-iril I
I !io,.!.l ill,
in ilw. ..-to. ,,r i i i .. , v" """""""i
- ui,iiinmiii, ii ut jears oeyonu
mat, Kelioe labored m the mines. Ilcfore
tho killing of Lungdon he becuiue the pro
prietor of a SiiKtn;E.N, that was the head
quarters for all the villains and cut throat
of Pottsville. Hiu position and strength of
purpose soon gave him great political in
fluence. Paid for rendering service to tho
Republican party, he expended his best en
ergies in that service, and it is said to him,
more than to any tl-r tingle individual,
Mr. Hartranft owed hit election to
Ibo gubernatorial chair of Ponn
fjlvHtiia. Hut for ie Rtr,.Qf,th he added to
the Kcpublican jmrty, h would doubtlesa
have been hanged years apo. njng ,,.
lrvil ind rvtn thousamlH of mintT' vote
U his dispoml, it wuh frnly predicted that
he would never be executed. Ho had too
much politici.1 influence, it wi.a filiui, Uq,i
knew too niiiuy secretM-one uf which ele
went of strength would k lent by Lllnj,.
ing him, and the secrets would come out
by making uny preparations looking to that
aid. Hut the elections being over, und it
"Then why dnyiiu always fill the house
with people I wither know nor care for?"
She drew her hand away.
"You remember that you absented your
self from me first. What was I to do'("
"You drove me to it. I have in longer
any home or wife. Your rooms and your
time are taken up by the world which you
should not have left, us you care mom for it
than your husband."
lie had never before thought her heart
must have ached at those cruel words.
"I beg your paroon. I am sorry I And
you ia so bad a mood. 1 did not come to
qnarM with you, dear, und I shall go now,
as our usual ending seems inevitable. I)oen
your head uche? Shall I bind it up for you?"
"No. I have learned to do such thinga
for myself. Yon had better return; you
will be missed."
And although he would have given worlds
to say : "Marie, my darling.you arc break
ing my heart with your coldness; do you
not see. that I must huve you all, all" he
let her go, lienrd her silk-n hem rustling
down the stairs, without even looking after
her. A door opi ned mid c'os ,-d tlu.t wa
all, and then beard her Hnebiif ns she had
Lung rather unctrtuin which party would
control his influence a year henre. lie wa mvA to him:
lianged a week ago lo-day. POmy hart, t'lls loaning nd i1i,cm,
' 1 Htm.ob, b mi;
Out of tho winter conies, sprlng-tlmo und Rind
Orluvunut uh, Icsri) not nio to lift's ma licim.
Sad n,iv bo still.
Then her soberness, her w ild affection for
their child irritated and oppressed him. Af
ter little Marie came to the old house, her
mother no longer sang or laughed, but
watched the growth of her child, uh a lioness
might, fearing it might bo, snatched
from her. He fancied that tho last
spark of her love for him bad
been given over to the little ghl.
who learned to look sober too, and to un
derstand that indefinable something which
had grown up between father and mother
the saddest knowledge whicu can ever come
ton young, ardent nature, so overflowing
with Ihvu for both. What can bo a more
agonising position for h young xhild who
plays timidly, almost noiselessly, while "tho
heart-ache and tuaisshe cannot understand
make her shun other little ones and full to
conjecturing, in her baby way, about unan
swerable, incompii;hei!.t.iiie thiii''s.
What seems so easy a matter at first, be
comes next to impossible soon; and so, they
who really love each other, go apart little
by little until the sorrow bred of this
change becomes a sort of luxery. mid each
learns to think that they hav been terribly
wronged, and that no oneshait know or m:s
peet. Leonard Dexter loved his daughter pas
sionately, buthe manifested his alLction in
secret only, and hastened nwa from her
play-room when he heard her mother who
was her own governess approaching. Nat
urally, Marie believed he no longer 0ved
her or hrr child.
After a stormy scene, during which many
bitter things passed, tin y both Ci;i)ie to the
precipice, and the wife t-mk the fatal leap.
He wished he had died before ever he seid
those bitter, cruel things, which stupg her
to the soul, but some demon urge, i,;, ,,
und on until he felt madness creeping over
him. He knew it was not true that
Marie P.iscoe had married him for
a home, wealth or position, but I;
said ail tins and more. That she
tii.,.. i i i i .. .
ii.io iietir urii una iicver. ' Here wiut
a volcanic nature and such wordsi aroused
all the slumbering lire in her boom, but
she was too well bred to descend to iip'u
.,,.... i i... i i
hu. in nun our uusoauii in a coarse way.
She spoke in tone cold as ice, which hurt
more than red ht coals.
Sin :e you think so, Leonard, I can
longer cat bread of your providing. Our
marriage was evidently a pite of d-stliiy
nun joii mil OHf Willi me mat s'.ii)i"tinn:r
must be done. I may not have pleas 'd vou
in all things, but I can honestly sav that all
you have ailegwi is untrue aga:n.t me."
"You may take time to consider it," he
said, playing with his hat, turning it around
through his nerveh- lingers. 'Anything
is preferable to this lifeonly rcinenilii r, if
you take any rash step it will be final and
I shall take no paius lo closa up tin; breach
you yourself have made. I have a child."
She sprang to her feet and said in tones
he never f.rgot:
"She is mine all I have in the world.
Every tnrob ol my heart answers to hers.
You have the whole world your riches,
your family estates all that I have not wast
ed. Surely, you cannot think that I could
und night to seu them. Hu had written re
peatedly to his attorney, but only knew that
jur. Oexter had rchuscd his assistance and
whs earning her own living, giving music
lessons, living, hu knew, in the diie,t pov
erty ut home tho home to which he had
driven her. He had nt last learned jiint
where she lived lute on Christmas eve, und
the longing grew until it was insupportable.
He had (Ires built in ull the ruois and a
great feist prepared the servants talking
in whispers over the mister's new mad
ncs. Hiilllhe snow came down on roof und spire,
soft as an angel'a foctstep, und in the busy
town the tralllo and tumuli had nearly sub
sided. Puttinir on his trreat coat, und
throwing a inulUer over the gray hairs shin
ing under his hat, Leonard Dexter h ft the
house, and set off rapidly toward the twink-
I", iiyiiui in me umance. jiainng a car
riage he drove to a squalid part of the town
and jetting out in an illy-lighted by-way,
ho bade the driver wait, und disappeared in
He stopped before a mean wooden cot
tage and gazed through a rent in the cur
tain on as occupants. A slight tittle giil
was laying the table for two preparing a
UMI..W... ,,C 1... 1 .... I . . '.I . .
uri;..-i ui fieau mi l iea, iwumilj butter,
winle a pmc, Uelie He woman threw 0lf a
thin shawl and her wet shoes.
"Aw you hungry, mamma f I could no
eat without you, and I am not very hungry
now. blmll l pour the tea uowi1"
lcs, my darling, und do cat; you need
not wait lor me, I have no appetite at ull.
"I know why," said the child putting her
arms about her mother.
"You think there is not enough for two."
Leonard Dexter reeled like a drunkard.
"My God, to think of this, und I havi
breu living in luxury! '
Christmas ee, and the Mis ringing like
mad away up in their frosty towers, and so
many hearts breaking under that pitib
Chr atm;: eve in tie- great city budied to
sleep with its unuppeirred wants, its sad and
h ipeltM hearts, while still the sun came
down like a white winding sheet mid hid
under sightly things, and the happy angels
were singing a glad carol away uliovu that
cloudy curtain. "Glory to God in the high
eit; n )(! on eirt'i, good will toward men."
The disir yielded to his strong pressure,
and Leonard IKxter stood on the threshold
with oiitstietcTied arms.
'Marie my wife my child ; forgive me,
I Imvi: C'l'ine at ln-t."
"Leonard, my only love!"
lie could not mistake her this time. She
did love him after all. She hid her face in
his brea.-t, and shed ihe jii,t tears of joy for
"And Santa Clans sent von lu re to-night,
papa," said iittle Marie with wild delight.
but you me too bi' to ;o in my stocking."
"He nius,! get soiui thing smaller "then,
HIV tlarilllL'. but come. Marie. io-t vonr
haul; .you are going home with n:c as you
did one other Chri.-tmas eve, and will leg!n
it ail over. Wc cannot live apart, you and
I I need you ami little Maiie too much."
The preparations were hurried, the sup
ier lelt unlasted, and soon there
was Lrreat ri-toiciii'' m thi' .il l le.iit..
Of Ten Yours Duration. The Discliurgos
Thick. Moody, ami of Koul Odor.
Senses of Smell und Twite Wholly
(lone. Entirely Cured by
MeMr. Wkkkn iC I'l-rrrii! C,niil.,m..n . I r....i
C'liuimllcil to iir.iiuIHtr tu )im Hie irn ut 1,1111111
Kankoiiu Jtiiikuo l'l t.i; dim Iwi n ui mi t'r
muiiy Jen 1 liuti- liw'ii nt!,,'i, , will, tltlx litii
souii' UUium', uinl i fin 1 1 nl In tan tt uilir (una I' us
It been most tru ii, n,i e;., hr,.., i,,,- i.......
Mini lilymly, itmlitli.;- s Inul cilur m liml ibut my
presciice lu u I'loin Im o'.itors wus verv nifeuslvn i,i
llitiin. (Jmii -. sfit-i . on in to., hi p; tlf low nr Han
imuii Kaiiic.m. I't f.ts I nan iml iruiiliii il wilUUul
all. My m ncs n i.ii.ti, n,,, mien, ttlilvli wem
wholly ifimi', iiatf now fully rcl iiiml, unit uiv u n
il UtullUI,iiKli Ieuiriived. YiMirs
JUEMMjCKNK II K(il;l,
.. Htinri Imi.'l Writer.
(uasii llAeuiL Stlch., Nov. , lsvu.
ir.KTt.Kats: The (mrUee uf KAunmo't V iik
uinvfil lien' lo ne, all rient. I don't know what
I should hiivu doiie If II Inul nut h,wn fi r ilo reuic
dv. I hull! trll.l Nimul llnuelii a mul ,..i,H,
i ih'. soil. lihou"h I hsva In i n ul.Ut to Hop il, i.
fe..hf dlm harne. I loivr nut hri'ii nli!p lo ri i ovi r
mv M iii.,f ui,. ,,m ,Mr u;ill j t riot SANroiin's
iuii i-mi reit-r ni,y oiii vi-u citimi! to ier.
unit I will rlii't-rliilly Inlnri'i tlu iii'ln di t.ili t ui Inc
liiiiilil me nuiedy luis iii'i ii ui mv. Vnur,
vi Mint it nk it. roim.
Oiund Kteriis, Mli h , Sot, l.
SAXFOKirs ItADICAL CVUK
noton'.y prorr..t: rrttt Ihf cnrr.vlln rtlw-hnrt'i-ii
in Culkrih. hiu. by iitipsliietlr m tluu, u rvi.uir' "
to miumI hi uttli a ti,e utn uf Hie hi .nl Ihul hute
.rcoliii' iiff.rlfd by it, nud fjliltilt auy uf lhc follu-ln-ulftTilons;
Di feftie ecsis!tt, lallaini'it and Mattery Kjm,
I'ltlnfiil unit S.tiT.y Kyes. Loss uf Hi-ariiiR,
ljir;w)ii',.uralcla oftlte r'ar, Ui.cliargi s front
' 1'm.t, Kinging Noises In the IIpiuI, 1'i.vlm s,
NiTVoiw Ilea, liirlii', 1'niin III Uni 'li'iiijilrs, Iin
of llif KS'tiM'S of Taste anil Smell, I loiculiou ol
the I ills Inlluimnatliin of tin- Tou-lls, rutrhi
Sore I'lnoat, Tli-tliuicor ll.u Lltc I ouicli, lirun
rhitln, ii nil IlliViling of Hie I.iihca.
Kuril psrkiiKf of siaiifunl's Kadlcil Curt rcin'Alan
lr. Sitr.ftirdii Inipmtrd lolniliiiL' TuU,, unit lu'l
illri ftl.iiin for ll De in ull c:wi . l'r (ti l).i;iur.
Kor-uli- bjull wkolerair il-el retail ilruvi-li mel
ilfulrn. lliroiijfiioui tliu Cuitnl htuon and I i,,s.
H KKKIS A I'ol I'Klt. Oi n.TuI AgvuU au.l W iiui.:-
sun; urue;il, liu.-lon. Jlu--.
ki- Vi vevo ifi. .
-ert Jin " . ' """ """,0 "K'' n' nd
- 'Ulslli,. Am ou.Biioc. lJul1C.!ndun,
1(1 I'lll't fOl'fo 'K JJM1NKNT MI'S ANIt
tor in,...,!. M . i JtnSc""u"! "TOKV I'AI'ltlt
. ' "H'niy, w alilii-un, I. W
WANTKI). .'"""I A(JKNT " ""
for I , h.-.t uHllnehunsehold urtlrl.' In tin, Z'
l top pmtlla, wr t oner to World Mai qtur-
Inn ouipiiny, 'J ( iliiiuii J'lace, f,' , y, -n""0"-"'r
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on, i,,h n, wond-rlnl l.,y.,,,ln,. W. T-aa aSi
HinilV. Aililr.'ss, ivltlmnt .1. ,iv. w
i i'lht. ' letiluo.
J,"i o,ri'' A,",,"Iv'' l-lnlmenl will pop,.
w ,tthlst,.rril,, u,st.f. ,, wll
IT ''u tn ' "if' Mf ""'
fPCTl IjKXSOX'H OWCANV.
rr.i.niit'ii:n 'jjia wokm ovkr,
'lie' mminriii lun r wert- iiwarlid tha hlehl
ti.'J I inltimliil und Pnris hiio.,i'ou.
J-AK Kl l'l.liliit '(j '
i .innin ii i'.i h i,l.i,.r, llulimat,, t(10 w.
, a';tl flixirn :.l ,(,eu ris. fte. t IUi ttmt
aiiuttiirrmnly d.r l.iuiiuand Weak Bar' , hou.
!'.'ul::r,''i r',","1" W,''ll-''' ' lUca, Umha,,".
iin-, d It il.,.., h(,i,,al Complaint, and l
I n, J, V'r '' "r"nM'l""-' -c n d. A.k , w
Uri vicUt fr ll.,ip' ( pnclne pomu. Pli.u-r
and ch that von K. t noilii,K e... huld br alt
dru?fls'. 1'ricif f, rent,. 7 "
Iohu..,ii, ill pull .,., itv, v
4N Klw-tro-dslvuiilr Pnlti rv. corubliifd with a
- hlL'hly Mi'll' li il Plu-ti r. 'forialne lur erjndi'tt
curative aitei't lu thrnorld of un dlelue. and ulte.-lv
arpsxlnir all other plster brrrluforu In u-'.
They aiTompllh uinr la o,,i- utr-k than ine old
piasurs in a waulc year. Ihey douut palliate: t!; y
int. 'JTiiy '
I.V'Irv Atr-s-tlori of lh! I'rift.
Ki-lit tf ABc. tl.inKir the l.ttOf.
Hellene Alliciluni' of lhc llnrt.
Krllevu Ari'ctln,i of tbr I. Iter.
Ki'lli ve Art. i iiulii of thn Spain.
((Ileve A Ttion of the kldnryt.
Helleve Alfertloii of the spin.
Kilicte Afl.rtiun of thi! Serve,
litlleve AMV. tiuu of the urle.
l;,-lli:ie All.-. tlon of the JuinOi.
Itellevv Artei llou of lilt- li.m. .
IWIevu Allectl'iim uf tne Miitw
No mailer -shut ma hi' the i'x'.'M or vmir tuT...
lr,L'. try uue of lie .e PUM.-r. Kell. f ir bistimtaiii-
ott. a lact iinpp.irti'd hj hundrni of tellmuiilnl In
our po-n -fiim. Hear In lalnd that the mo-t lm-
porl.mt ill-,, nv. tii In phainiiiry ilule htk lunn tbnii
ten year, ami thai rnuililnullon ol eiiiu una p..
eie e nfpiaiit. .uid hruh are herein united with
r.i. elrlelty to lo-ni a cnrallve l'lnter. In oolhln?,
healing. aLd tr-titbi nini; preTtle. nn lur mpe
ilortoall olher Plaster lierelnfom in ae a ilm
stitniilie phti-n lau Is to the horn, leech.
He can fil to call for Collin' Voltaic Planter le.t
VdU I'.'t. M.in.i. wr.rt lilckM it.tllMi ii... k..l.l .... -II
W hulesule and It' tall Drut'd't llin,nrhonl' the
I niti o! Mul.' and Canada, and he WKKks A WrV.
'I K It. Prourletor. Ili.rlun Atas.
Tlit (imtt DiurcticComixjuiiiL
I a sir, qi.lek n-mi-dv for all ul.ea. uf Uie KSJ
net .. mad. ,-,, und 1 nnur. ( iryao. e,l,t!r,r eltaer
. , ," trni.ii.iiu, innanimaUoa. itt
l lrtrutlur, of in.. Kidney, nail lliadik-r. drartu
Hlnneiii the niaildt. lU diiisL or ilnek dust Sdi
meiit lu t ru e, '11.1,1,, I lundy or bm
I rlne. Painful I rln ui-e. liri.m. ,,, ' jjj
'.".'!" nV,,,iu,"""-r lor,UI lrrt-
tiitlor, of the Illadili r tul t retbra. ( hrouic t
tsirah of Madder, M:pprelou, nU'i4ioii oe In
runtinenie of I rlne. i,li,.,. limp,,. Organic
Wiuki,... r.mal.' I 'nmpli.lut, urtu kill hruaic
Ualaille ui the I Hoary au.l b...ual Urgaii.
Tbnua,id i an i.m t to 1 14 wutidcrlul ennui fo
properll- lu Ihe.' di ae.
Pur SVrvuu I)i hilar, tlth nil ll eloorar attrr.1
,il.-iltl,ie.a. I.omi of M.nior;, Uvr bpjrlU.
Ac, Il I a sot.rrt'.'u rrraeity.
SVIi'I .AM, KK'S Iil Cllt; ,not. np th. en-r-o
d )! -ii, Iir.i ariii.i: ,.e'e llli and tik'uriju arttua
Hie Ithill-tlrlew III uiuiDn' sin liflhel.id ud m
He "lire aud ak for Smolander'a Burho Iuit
upon hat mi; II, and take bo other.
l'KICi: 8ll.0(). SIX HOTTLKS, 5.00.
i,r nle hy all Wholi talu f)ru"i;,u In CliUair,
and Mrdl' Id Keuler aem raili.
You think I -can live with
-vou do not lov
bellil'd till' MihUV ei.J.irc II.,,,..,. Ill
live without Marie-livewithout mychild!" j ,,. Mi(rit awoke ,' a lllV(lri(),; ,.;,
. ' ",'",,L ,m l Chrisinias morninir. to find that dear .,1,1
Santa Ciaus had come down the wide chim
ney without a mile of noise and b it her a
whole new outfit a lowly blue cashmere
walking suit, a hat with a feather ju-t like
a Miow-wtcath. new shoes, a gold chain anil
locket with papa's picture painted on porce
lain, a wax doll whose grandeur frightened
her, and a toy piano which was too lovely
for an thing.
L-oiiard slipped a plain gold ri.ig on his
wilt's slender lieger, saying, with tears in
his voice :
"This is our new pledge, Marie; I give
il with my life. Forgive the cruel past, and
all the suff-ring I have cans 'd you, my
love, and I shall try and make jam like
"I love you, L'onard, now, us always,
with my undivided heart. We have not 1
understood each other but I think we do
And oh I what a happy Christinas that
was, under the holly and mistletoe, with
little Marie ami the dull princess playing
court ethpiette in the old rooms which had
long ugo echoed to her baby laughter.
of her father,
"You love her as a man
her as a mother.''
Marie stole in uwe-Htricken and ran to her
mother at once.
"Why, papa; you are going to make
mamma cry again. Ob, don't, don't,"
"Kiss ine, Marie, my little one." He
caught her to his breast, and strained her
to his heart for an instant, then put her
down and walked to tha door. He turned
und looked coldly on his wife, while bis
heart was aching for her.
"Think on it well, but remember you
have brought such things on your own
Then he rode away from the house und
went miles into the country everywhere,
in fact looking for peace, but his heart feit
like lead in Ins bosom, and her agonizing
cry liiled his ears. Three days later he rode
back under these luiKreul cedars, with a
wild de-sire to clasp them both to his br ast,
and begin it better life to undo ull the
wrong und take up the broken threads
again. He could see now, after reflection,
how much be was to blame.
Tho rooms are untenanted and silent; no
light feet cum; to meet him; he listened us
he passed the music-room, but all was
silent. A strange chill struck through him.
He walked mechanically to his desk and
picked up her last letter, blotted und bear
ing the marks of bitter tears.
"I feel Hint I hiivr not cannot make yon happy.
I "hull die ir I stiiy lieie Hbere all la soclmn"i!d-a
chanwof my making, you uy. I cannot lvu tip
myall. Murio guv wit It niu out Into thn world;
thoiii;h not repuruled from you, you may net) her f
you wlh ut any lime, but I will uot glvo her up.
Msnd mo word m Hawdeu tuition and I will know If
yon wldh to Hi-f her. Mauik."
He bore, his grief oh only a strong man
can, and, shutting up the old house, leaving
it to tho family servants, ho went abroad
with his great sorrow. Ho left a large aum
of money with his lawyer for hiswifeV
use, and left without attempting to sec bis
child, as bo had not the courage to go
through that trial. Ho could not kill his
wifii-ho had already broken her heart,
perhaps, and to see his child and then leave
her he could not. Now after six long years
he was nt homo again a gaunt, desolate
house, where everything reminded him of
what had been. Ho could not atiflo that
craving, that longing which beset him day
JWATl lU.s'. JKWKI.UY. KTC.
KinvAiM) A. Hudki;
(Siicewor lo It. A' W. Under 1,
ma.mtacti:kixg jku ki.ku.
Aud Healer In
Watdios, Clocks, Fino Jewi'Iry
MUSICAL IXSTItU M KNTS,
Cor. Kighth Stand Wiirdilnoton Ave
WiifchiiiakcT & .lewder
M). to eighth sti'.i:i:t,
J NSUMNCE AGKNCY OF
"Wklls ct Kkutji,
Uoval Canadian USWtlL
1 !1 Will '.lf I'liHade phla; e-uhllshed In DM.)
1 A-eu, e.,Hi.uu.
' '' " 1 Awl flftV(77R.
IlMKh WiUTTEN AT K A 1 ft ItA'f Krj.
Helweer, f'oiii nien litl and
)ttii- In AloxuniliT (VituitT Jlniik .
FIXK WATCIIWOItK A SI'KCIALTV.
tt"Eiitravlii"and all kinil of rnpalrinK neut'y
VrAll jilnd of Holld .Icweln' m.ide lo order.
An AsTONistiiN't i'ACT. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day Buf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these discuses
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. Th'TC is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists und your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
botth a of this medicine have been given
uway to try its virtues, with satisftctory re-
suits in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten centa to try. Three doses w il
relievo the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
To ull who aro suflering from Ihe errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhisvl, Vc, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FUEK
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary In America.
Send a half add ressnd Mnvelopo to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I), liiblu House,
New Yoik City.
OVSTKIW A.M null.
I.I .Mil Kit.
1 & O
The Cairo Dox aud Basket Co.
Wlmlefulr and rclall dealer lu
OYSTERS AND FISH,
OjHh-rs iii Hulk nnd Ciiii, Su Kih,
Nutive Fbth, I'clfry and (iiunc.
Partlrnlar uttinilon pnld to nrdcrt from abroad
aud ull slock Knurnuiced wbi a hlppeii.
Deconitive Pujier Ilnnger
A HPECIAI.TV MAUI! HP
Ohizin tvnil Kalsinninini.
Laava Orders at ilarclay'i ut Torkur't Iloiik Htorf.
mix n UN iii
I'loorin, fic liny:. Iath,Ktc
At the very lowed rote.
Havin&r a Heavy Slock of Logs on Hand,
We are pnfirrsl Ui
HAW OUT Kl'KCIAL ORDKR8
On the ahorU'iii once.
AHPBCtAI.TY mad. f KTKAMIifiATI t'MIIBIt,
tt nl.o inannfaetiire HttUT HlXM ATKKIAI
Itackur, I'HiidT Pai-klutr inxe HUiwa, Uaniftaca
DYK.INO AND ( LKAMNfl.
NO MATTKH HOW OLI, Kl'STY Ott FAoKI),
IL'-Djctl nnd DrrHHod Kqnnl to Nkw
KAH'l'O.V At ViK
4S WKfiT KliTKTl! HTItKRT. I'INCIKHATI.
tf(lrrtr,m of three junta of Crape, oe upward
rvtumud rm;a ov aaraus ruxiuuT.