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A. Burnett. Cairo, Illlinon "
A MOl'XTAlX BIDE.
Of course wc cirls all nitlcd irmdird
ITiiikliam, but we never finite made
her one of us. She wa9 nucli a shy
little tiring, and blushed if you spoke
Holier, and acted afraid of her own
Voice, and wore print dimes all of
the time, and never was invited to our
f She lived in a tuniblc-down old
.house which had been a very grand
mo Tiiiklinrns had been picat peo
ple in my grandmother's day. Mo
thing was left of their prandcur now,
however, for there had been wine in
one generation, and whiskev in the
.atxt, and dclirum tremens in the
, Hay's father was the third. She
. had a wretched time-keeping home
for him. Her mother was drad.
,. "We" were the girls in Mrs. Aland's
A dozen of us were out on the front
jvcranda one morning. We were all
'talking at once, borne one hud said
the high school girls were better
- scholars than we were.
"Very well. .So they arc."
v .This wasKato Avery, and she was
standing by the lattice where tho
morning-glory vines grew, and where
;;a hundred clusters of little bells
fswung blue and purplo and rose
v'pink. If Kate was anything, sho was
honest, though she was handsome
"We have musio and French con
1 vcrsation, and Lou has a phyeton, and
1 have two donkey s, and Queenic has
been to Europe, but," lowering her
voice, "it's an awful secret, though
I it's the truth, tho high school girls
i'aro miles and miles beyond us in Lat-
in and mathematics."
g "Indeed they are," said I. "I'm
p what the madanioUcllc calls an 'idgit'
, in arithmetic. I really supposo that
two and two make four, but if one of
f those girls was to tell mo that they
1'inndo live, I shouldn't dare dispute
"The fact is," said Kate, '-little
iTinkham is the only one who is sure
oi ner multiplication fciblc. Hut then'
she doesn't really belong to us. Flic
I would not be here if it were not for
sweeping and dusting to pay her tui
tion. There sho is this minute."
A snmll tired looking ligmc in n
coarse dress came in night around tho
corner; it wasltachcl with a load of
books in her hands.
"She has worn that drc? every" day
for three months," said Lou Sload
man; "I verily helievo hIio goes to bcci
when it is done up."
"My dear, she can't, she haR to wash
and iron it her.-df. Oh, there is
tiuccnie," tried Kate. It was pi n
tle, graceful irirl who came walking
Vfast to overtake Ilay, caught step as
fie oYcrtook her, and began to talk
pleasantly to her. "Does she not
look nice in that teal brown suit?'
And isn't it just liko her to cany
Quecnic's real name was Alice. You
would have known why we called her
Qucenic, if you had seen her walk be
kide little Tinkham this morning,
open the gate, fctind 6lill, erect, with
that grand way of hers for the girl to
pass through. I believe wc all rather
Kate met them with her forehead
all tied up in hard knot?, and attked
Ilay, "didn't she 'want to be an tin
gel,' and help her with those dreadful
So they two sat on the doorstep,
and the rest went into the school
room. Then Lou called out to Hay
to come and dust her desk. Sho said
U "wasu't half dusted." Queeuie
"Kay is busy, I will do it ;" and sho
silent, and looking prouder than ever,
dusted Lou'i desk herself.
- It was that morning, Friday, that
lllrs. I? land told us that to-morrow
wouiu oo "juouniain uaj,"
All the schools iu our town drive
to the mountain once a year. Our
tUy.alwayscomci in September.
' This time Mrs. Bland couldn't go,
o she scut along hor cousin to matron
i tee us. She was a Udgcty pcrsan
afraid of spiders and uo good any
"Wo are to start at nine o'clock,"
ocnie said. "Jtay can you bo read
: Quoeulo waa a sew scholar. She
'Idn't know tliat Kay iicvcr went
ith us to such places. Now the
lashod and replied :
'I don't think I can o to the maun
tain." ' -Certainly, you are going," Al
ice ha id in her uoenlto-t way. "If
you can't f?o to-morrow wc will put
"Saturday is my day to dean the
fchool-room," Kay aii'-wered.
"Wc will clean it. Let's begin this
minute," and oil' came (JuoenhrH cull's
and Kate's, nil the culls, in fact. We
went to work and had Mich fun sweep
ing and fcrubhing. Just inmlue
Ivuto and (necitio washing the Hour.
They did it well loo.
"N'ow, remember," Qucuuio said the
lat thing, "everybody is to wear her
oldest dre-s. And, Hay, would you
I kind enough to bring hard-boiled
eg;s for your luncheon? O.io apiece
for us all round?''
Now I think it wasjnsl beautiful of
Qiiccnie to think of that. She knew
little Tinkham couldn't bring fronted
cake and French rolls as tin; rest of us
So s!ic spoke of the eggs. Wo all
remembered that l!ay had wonderful
thickens. I am sure the word about
old drosses, too, was meant to help
The next morning Ohed Tnintcr
tame round with his uncovered oiiiui
biii ami his two great horses and pick
ed us up.
We went after Kay List. She was
standing in front of Uiu old house, be
sido the tuuible-dowiV gate, with her
basket of eggs iu her hand.
She looked perfectly happy, and her
dress was so clean and smooth Kate
whispered lo me;
That dress has been washed and
ironed since last night. Just think of
It was a clear warm morning, and
every ono was in such a glow of
spirits. 1 think wo were all glad that
we had Rachel with us.
But if it hadn't been for Qucctiie,
liny would never have gone; and il
Kay hadn't gone the rest of us would
never have come home, and this story
for there is a story would never
have been told.
It is eight miles to the mountain,
aud there is a carriage road to the
top. The last two miles are very hard
and steep, because you rie nearly a
hundred feet above the Connecticut
river in that distance.
But Obed was a steady, good driver,
and his horses were steady, good
We always drew lots for tho seat
besido Obed, and it was one of our
treats to get him talking about his
"team," as he called it.
"What are their names?" asked
"Well" a pnii'c. Obed was a slow
talker, but he had a great deal to say.
"The oil' one there is Caesar, an' tho
nigh one ho is Alexander."
"Arc they afraid of the cars?"
"Ain't afraid o' nothin' in natur."
Obed paused for us to think this
over, and then went on ;
"Know too much, them crceturs do.
They have carried u load to the moun
tains four times a week all summer.
They'd take you 'bout's well tf I was
not along. They know well - beats
all what them animals know. Under
stand't I'm tajkin' 'bout 'em this min
k's well's you do. They're used to
being talked to. My wife, nho thinksa
sight of 'cm. Beats ull! She'll go to the
barn, and she'll carry 'cm apples, and
she'll be all over 'em ; one week when
she was sick, and kep' in tho house,
you c'n believe it or not, it's a fact
that them crecturs lost llesh. She
braids up their front hair for 'cm, and
ties it with a red ribbon one day, and
then the next day she unbraids it, and
it's crimped in the fashion, you'll un
derstand. As ihcy was a coining lo a
to a parly to-day, lliey'vo got their
But alas for Ca sar and alack for
Alexander. It was a terrible piece of
work you came near doing that day,
though we girls never shall feel that
you were much to blame,
You sec that this was what happen
ed. Wo wero ull tucUd into tho
wagon as tight as ligs in a box, that
afternoon, ready to start for home,
when Lou called out that she had
left her parasol. She must get out
and run up to the tower and get it.
"You just keep y'r siitiii','' said
Obed, "I'll fetch ycr uiubiill aud ho
started for the tower.
It was about ten rods oil". Tho
tower and stable arc built In a small
cleared space at (he top of the moun
tain. All around and below ure thick
woods aud great rocks.
Obed had just gone out of siyht
When Ojicciiin gave a little scream,
unit put her burnt to her eye.
"Something has stiiugine,'' she said,
and then, that instant, while wo were
looking at her, it happened.
The hordes both reared, and then
gave a plunge, the omnibus necmed lo
ric from Hie ground with a great
leap, and, sooner ihan 1 can tell il, we
were all being boruo ut an iiwl'ul
speed down tha't narrow rocky road.'
1 glanced toward (,'xsar and Alex
ander, und saw u terrible pair of wild
uniuials. 1 looked toward the girls
andsiw two rows ol while, friyhlencd
Tho reins wero dragging on tho
ground. Some of us w ere shrieking
"Whoa!" A few of us wens getting
ready to jump. All this hum iilani,
and then suddenly, above the noise of
tho wheels 'tud of everything else, wo
heard a voice ring out clear :
"Sit still, girl,! 1 think 1 can stop
It was Kay Tinkham, of nil people
in the world .
Sho stood up with a steady look in
liuust explain horo that the road
from the tower runs down a pon
tic slopo for half a mile, and then
comes n sharp turn. Ileyoud that is a
long hill, Hie steepesl. most duiigeioiis
Iuirt of tho way. Kate sei.cd my
land, mid wliNpered :
"If the how nro not stopped beforo
they get lo the turn, we shall ull be
Hay was climbing over tho driver's
seal. She always could climb iiuy
wheio liko a cat. Shu didn't pause an
iuKlnut, but slip called back to mo :
".Natty Brock, put oil the brakes.
The rest of you ll still, only pray as
bard ns ) o;i can."
1 sprang to- tho driver' NrU, and
tn'iH li'ou ifl he lei tulle of the bra Ice",
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1830.
I prayed too. I believed I 6hould
never pray again.
I saw and thought of a hundred
things at once. I saw tho great tree
trunks an I the huge black rocks cloo
upon us. I remembered the clematis
over the front door at home, and won
dered who would tell my father that
1 was dead.
Meanwhile Kay was over tho dash
board, and down with her feet over
How she did it, I shall never know,
but the next we aw of her, sho was
creeping along tho polo between tho
horse, steadying herself with her
hands on their backs.
Tho horses went tenringon like wild
horses; their manes Dying, aud their
great bodies quivering all over.
Every instant the girls were becom
ing more excited.
(Juccnio was holding Mrs. Bland's
cousin with both bands, to prevent
her leaping out. Kate cried:
"We are almost to the turn. AVhat
is Kay doing? She will Irightcn the
horses worse than ever!"' and she cov
ered her eyes.
The brow of the hill was not. forty
feet oil. Far behind we could hear
() bed's voice screaming to tho horses
to stop. The keeper of the lower was.
Hying toward us.
But they were too far away to do
nny good. There seemed not one
chance in a thousand for us. But that
very instant, when we all believed we
were lost, we looked at Kay.
Wo saw her reach forward with
one hand, aud gra-p the reins which
joined the hcaibi of the horf.s togeth
er. Just where the connecting straps
crossed one another her lingers clutch
ed t hem.
(hie sharp, lierce jerk of those great
heads backward, and the horses slack
ened their speed, uiiil in an instant
The wagon stood still, although the
creatures were snorting and plunging
yet. But that small hand of Kay's
held on with a death grip, and in a
moment more Obed caught the horses
by their heads.
II is face was as white as ever it could
be, und he spoke one word only. It
The horses had been stung in more
than twenty plaies. Tiicy were un
harnessed at once, ami wo were all
out on the ground directly.
We laughed and we cried, aud Mrs.
Bland's cousin distinguished her-ell
by fainting away.
-I don't blame the horses iu the
least," Quccuic siid. "One sling is
bad enough," and she showed where
her eye was beginning to swell. "Tho
hornets came swarming out of the
woods there." As lor Uucd, he was a
humiliated man. .
"But 1 was the one to blame," ho
said. "1 thought the horses would 'a
stood till their hides dropped oll'ii
tho'r ribs; but I tell ye ther' never was
the team hitched up yet that 'ud'
stand hornets. Blarst the civcturs!"
he added, iu an undertone.
"But Kay Tinkham!'' cried Kate,
and she went up to whero tho little
thing was sitting on a rock, looking
pale. "You saved us all, you blessed
child. How did yen ever think ol
"My grandmother stopped some
runaway horses iu that way once,"
gaped K iy. "1 didn't know "whether
I could 610)) those. I knew somebody
must do something, or wo should all
be dashed to pieces."
"Well M spoke Obed, "I've known o'
(hat bein' done just onto afore iu m
lifetime, but it was a boy thatdid it.
There's a saying 'nioiigst toamiu' nu n
that, when you hain't got tho rein"
you can stop a runaway if you walk
out on the pole and grip hold o' the
bridles, but taint every horse that'll
6 land it."
"But wasn't it splendid of Kay!"
cried Lou, going over, and putting
her arm around her.
"Never knew a girl c'd have so
much pluck," answered the driver,
"If she hadn't a' been light on her
feet, and level in 'cr head she never
c'd V done it. I tell you if these
horses hadn't been uncommon good
horses, nothin' on alrth wouhl V
And Kay! I never meant to mako
so long a story of it, but 1 must tell
you that wo gave her a parly after
this. All tho fathers, anil mothers,
and brothers went, nnd we carried her
a carpet for her room und a new cham
ber set, and nice new clothes all
through ; and a few of tho gentlemen
gave her a bank book, whatever that
may mean. 1 only know that sho was
to have the income of certain money,
and that was enough to educate her
thoroughly. We had tho best time
that night, and Queeuio'B father took
Kay out to supper, and sho sat at his
right hand, and everybody treated
her as though she been u princess of
1 do bcllevo there never was a hap
pier girl on earth than Kachol.
Sagacity of Animals.
An Icelandic traveler tells ft slory
of six or moro mice taking a plcco of
dried mud, placing berries upon it
nnd using it as a raft to cross a stream.
They range themselves round the edge,
their heads In tho middle, and their
tails in the stream to servo as rud
ders. They carry potatoes or eggs on
land by one lying down and hold
ing it between his foro paws while
his companions draw him along by
Mr. ruorgo J. Komanos tclli tho
Blory of a dog in Scotland, who, in
going to church with his master had
to swim n channel a mile wide. 11
tho tide was How iug ho ran north a
mile; if ebbing south an equal dis
tance, always lauding ut a point near
the church. But then wo are prepar
ed to bcllevo anything concerning a
dog. , .
The yearly Incomes of tho bends of
tho Anglican Church are as follows :
The Archbishop of Canterbury, ?7."i,.
OU0; tho Bishop of York, $50,000; iho
BUhop of London, .'j0,0oo ; the Bishop
of Durham, U),t.iuJ; th0 Bishop of
Wlncestcr; :l.i,000; the Bl-hop of
Kly, $27,000; tho liishop of SI. Asaph,
Jf:'G,0UO,iind the rest ml less limn ?:'),.
duo and not nioro ihiiu $'1,000 each,
Kacli Bishop has, moreover, a "pulace,''
or olllolul rcsl teiice.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago tho daughter ol one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced a
Hopeless consumptive. Sho was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, htr life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "'Dr. Hwayne's Compound Syrup
of Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was lree from all cough nnd
otlur symptoms, and Is now rosy nnd
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
C bottles Tho large si.o is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
A; Son, Philadelphia. Sold by drutrgists.
An occasional doso of "Swayno's pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
druggists. . (2)
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But he that tnisteth in Spring
Blotsein for curing Liver, Kidney and com
plaints of a like tendency, shall never be
disappointed. Price: ."iOets., trial bottle
Cii.UU.KS IIaktman, Toledo, Ohio, ways:
I know it curetl ine, and I hope others simi
larly troubled with pain in the chest may
be helped by the "Only Lung Pad" us J
have. See adv.
I havk no more doubt of the beneficial
effects of Warner's Safe Kidney nnd Liver
Cure than 1 have that the (lencsse river
empties into Lake Ontario.
Kkv. J. K. Ha.nkin, J). II.
Washington, 1). C.
Coi:oiis,4-"l'.rovn s Bronchial Troche
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial alfec
lions. For thirty jvar& these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new nnd untried, but, having
been te-ted by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Tii hoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches'' act directly on tho organs of the
voice. They have itn extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the thront and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Corcn, Coi.D, C'ATAiinn of sore throut
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which nre injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches''
are sold only in boxes.
Too Sweet for Anything.
Music hath power in the city's din, how
passing sweet to list,
t-.lAl.l 1 I , .. . .
Amur xue ousy mini 01 men, to trie oarrel
Or when ramping with the Karschc, you
have agony endured,
You try a bottle EclectricOil, and find that
you arc cured. For sale at Paul (J.
45 Years Jicfore the Public.
Dr. C. IffcLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " fnr all the
ills that flesh is heir to,"' but in aftcctions of
the Liver, anil in all bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No Letter cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncpialed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McI.ANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane nnd Flkmini; Bros.
ft? Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
Il HITS AND SHOKS
All sorm. Styles mi tl Siz.ja ut
C. Iv O C H 'S,
.Manufacturer ami d' Klcr
In tin! fluent Hiinil Sewcd uj IVced Boots nil
Sliuue of all the lnn-M fi h. from the brut
St. Lor is and "Boston
Mu.'iiifaciurcr. Ua lhr Indent nnl b'.nt "lccU'd
mock lu he round Iu tlie city f,,r
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowcxtpoK-llik' price. Always on hand
n complete clock of Icairu-r nnd fliidlinjs.
Uuliberi". !!:., etc.
No. tin I'omtneri'liil Ave, I . I1.-,!, Til
lUt. J-'lllU ulnl Sixth Sin. f l.illlU, ill.
Munulictiircr and dealer iu Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest und Neatest
htock of Custom
iladc ' Boobs . and .,
Shoes for Ilnys'uud '
Men'u wear to ho .
found in the city.
No other simp run
. It. -All work vunrnnti'i', imd Hepulrhig neatly
I noun on hiioji lioiire. .
1 li'wrlilli d'r 1 l:i-t"0li ('orrimiirdnl ind
JjlJUJl nl,., WuHhlni'ii Avi-.., ,
Thu cmaordliMiry r flu t of thin Bm-titi, ah pro-
nary Orgim without a ixtiiUH in tho lilmorr -of
llll.ll i.-lli.t nn.l ... I... .' -.1 ...I ..... ..'!...
.,, hiii, hi, lunuii mr "ji'vuiiu Mi) 111 wiu
Kidney riitnedifH of the ilhy. It l'itnultil Hicte
tion ad'la tone to thu ytem. Imlt'oriocii thu IM
M'.itiitrd, unit in Irtulllhle for the run' of l)!a
1 1' ten In il h worst form.
One trial of a (nsiuonl'iit in a w irn' u-liin of
vtuler will convince I he mort r-(. ptii ul within Ironi
ten to twenty minuter.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In nil dUi'aie aflVrtlui; thetu oririiti', wh'-thcr
they Heorwe too nuirh or too lilile water, or
whether thrv he iillllrlvd with moiii-m "ravel, or
with neli- nnd I'dinn nettled iu the lontr over the
region u the kidm-vp.
Will u'lvcalinoM. Immediate retlcr, w lien ail olhi r
melius have lulled. Tin- nitir-t pimeilNl rxlntlnR
uii.-uii.iii. 1,11 1111: rim: III Teiunu! roTII pill) IllH. I'ltlV
yearn epeiieiici:lm.-oiitep.tahly proven tiilh remedy
unrivalled for the dlmmlers inridentiil to the female
n-x. No fiiiiiilv flionlil oewilhonl II. and it ninv he
tulun by .voiniKoruld.BH It w ill restore health when
every other mentis prove linsueeeHI'ul.
To the KtoniKi li we trHee il)iepiit, lu adnehe and
general dehility to the liver, bile, jaundice, aud
yellow fever; to the bowels, diniihoeu. dv.eniary,
eoiiHtiimtioi!. piles, and lUlulu: to the lung's, run
vuiiipiion. etc.; to the Mood, ciofiila. sr.urvv,
und all cutaneous etuplions. Ily keeping these
oa'aimrmd vim: fluid pure nnd liealthy we may
alely iii fy the attack ol di sc. and no niedleii e
vet prepai-ud for thia pnrt(;,.e mil eituai the al
III.AU WHAT IS SAID.
"It hc uiii le me 11 new njiin."
"Dr. Ilaydoi k's Kueliu han Increased my weight
"My wife would M,t l,n without it for anr
"Our little hoy in much better, 1 enclose one
dollar for another hottlc."
I llnd It a easy to take mill; "
"Wc have sold thirteen bottle thle welt, and
shall want three dozen nen order,"
"My morning aijony i tone- thank to vour
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Anv invalid or siillen r atlictea with, nv Kidney
disorder who will write me aMo their complaint,
will he treated hnmumly nnd kindly. It in yiy
mo' earnest dcire to invenime "all forma of
Diabetes, and lo give relief at all time. Il von are
loo poor to purehuhc. write me unv var. and vour
case will lme immediate attention.
' A V T I O X.
observe tii , the fi-rsttif of .loc lli.xitdk Is
aero Hi" inoi!h ol ci bot'le,
Price One uyliar for larjrc, aud fiftv rent, for
IIAYJHX'K &Co., '
7 Doy Street. New York.
To Venous SnlVeiers-The Creut t'.uropcaii rm-
lV IT. J. II. Siinpoi'sSif itle Jlcdieille.
iJr. .1 H. Simnson's SneHt!r Mi dlrine it imo.
tive cure for .Spermatorrhea, Itn potency, Weakneat
and nil il- as. ri sultinirlrom iMlf-Aiiic. a .Ner
vous llebilitv. Irritability. Mental Anxietv. Languor,
!.ariiuuc, neprcsaion ul sptrO ami lunctioniil de
raneernent ol the Nervous Sytti ru cTierallv I'sin
in Hack or Side. .o.nf Mi'inorv. I'renintiire old
A'e ami i'im bpi b
thai lead to t on
ty and an early
.'rave, or both.
No matter how
hlilittetert t h e
system may he
from execce of
any kind, a shott
coitr.e of ihi mediciin-will restore Hie m.i lunc-
tions and procure healtii and happlui. wh' fe tin-fin-
w hh tli'-pomlerjcv and cloofi The Specific
Medicine ia being used wiih wonderful sue-
I'nmiillets . nt fri u to all. Write lor them Mid
U'-t lu.l phitlcnlari.
l'riee. spei itle. $1 (0 per pmks','e. or pack
ai'i fo- f i no. W ill he n-ni t,v mail on n eeipt ol
money. Address nil orders,
.1 I!. SlMI'stlN s MKDK INK CO..
No. 1m nid ni Main St.. lltiUn'.o. N. V.
ISRAY'S SPK'IHO MKMCI.vr,
TRADE MMtX. The .rc.it Knl'Ktr) ;AHK JIAKK
f ,pitt lo-nicily. an tin-
laiiing cure lor
Sper iu a 1 orrhoea.
Inipotency. and all
disease tliat fol
low a a conn-,
(j'lence of el
p r mi' aimse; :. lo-s ot
iJelOrO iaKingmemorv, unlveis.il
laailude, pair '0 the hack. dim-ifr(,- "PaViBf.
nes orvision. (.renmiure out ace, -a
anl ninny other diea-eK that had to insanity or
consuuipiion and a jirenialnre pinve.
l ull piiTiiculars in oiir pt.mphlct. w hich we de
sire to -end lr e hy mail to every one. Tl.c spe
cific lurdlciuc is old bv ull drucRirts nt J pur
pnekace. civ for or vMIl he icni Iree bv miil on
receipt of the iuo'iKv hy ndt'rerstnsllll. (,I.Y
MlvDIi.l.SI'; CO.. No. U Mechanics bloi k. In troit
Mich. Sold iu ( uiro by Jlurclay I'.rus., 1 aui O
Schuh anu (!eo K. OTIiira.
NKW ADVEI1TIS F.M ENTS.
' HhiM nitid MiiL'aino will euti r on It l.'itb
yeur In 1ms. t. Ml a Year. In advance, Send for
Sample No. and premlum-l.ist. New Suhsi-ribem
"eiraira nnmbers hv suliKcrihini' now. Adilresi
NL'USKUY PlUI.I.SIIiM. COMPANY,
' psrfeellv pure, Pronounci il tho ben hy Ihp Inch
est meiliivil atitliurili(i. in tin- wnrl l Oiven hifli"l
awnrt nt 111 Wnrlil'. Kxim-ifine., tmi it I'vria.lsTK.
BolJ uj UiaKtti.ti. W. K BCUICrrELIN 00 . H T
lntn Personi Restoredl
v l)uAKts, thdymrl
oraUPailN & Nliiv l)uAKts.
curt.f'ir ttt, J-'iMtity and A'err JJIiUumt.
sali.isi.ii If tukf n illreclnl. A'o Piltaflrr
lint day tup. Treatise and VI trial bottlefreet
ritnatkuu.tnsy paylnaexprpsraite. M-ndnuns,
P. 0. ami exprr adilrrM to lia. KI.INK, tcif
A rcu u Phi UuklnUa, Pa. Suprincipaliiruwitl,
? ft a week In your own town, $." outilt fisn. No
))rlk. Header, If you want a linslne hi
which persona of either sex con umkn orent
dny all thu tlmt they work, wrlto for particular t
II, IIAIXKTT A CO., Portlr.nd.
T' 'T iourelvctiy niakli: t mnn
I' I I f u.v win u u izolden clinncii la
olfered, therehv alwnv
kenplntr "overly frntn yuitr
" door. Thoe who ulwav
take ndvHiit"e of thu (food
rhiinre for malting money that ure oirered, ironcriil
ly hecome wealthy, while those who do not lm
prove such chiince remain In poverty, We wont
runny men, women, boys ami (fill to do work forn
rlthl in llielr own locnlltle. Tho l)iiinc will
pay more tliun t"ti tnnea , ordluary wa'e. We
furnish an evpuneulu nnttlt nnd all that you
need free. Mione who eniatte lull to moke
money rapldlyi Yon can devote your whole time
to iho work, or-nnly your apnro momenta. Pull
Intorisuiliin and all that Is nei-ilfd seua (rvn. .Ad
driss STINHOM 3i CO., I'orlhinil, Mnfcia,
We Menu Cured, 'ot Merely Kclievct.
And Con Prove Whal we Claim.
KThcru are no failure ami no dlmippoiM-
menis. If you are troubled witi SICK JIHAD-
AC1IK you cau he caHily ami quickly cured, a
hundreds h live be- li sire a. iy " W ii' i i all hup 1 eaiied
to mail a sheet of tot I iu,.u iuls loTi iFhTierested.
Carter's Little Liver I'ills
AIo cure all form or lllliouoic.. prevent ( onstl
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Diccstioii. rolirve
dislieso from loo hearty ealiuir, correct Disorder
of tho MoiiibcIi. Stimulate thu Liver, and Keituiote
the Jlowi l. 'I'liey do all thl by takiiiir Jut one
litllu pill at a doe. They are purely vcLreiable, do
noi nrlpe or pnrjic. and ore hs m arly perfect a
it la pocsilile for n plil to he. Price i'i eer ta, 1 for
l. Sold hv drui;i"ls everyw hen' or sent by mail.
CAKTliK MKDlL'iNT! (.. KitlK. I'A.
i k 11 1 4 VUilO .o Jl.mvi; tMo-WHtop. I'l-
Addn DANIKL K. IIKATTY,
Washington, N . J
VANTED. -To cure a ct of I 'ATA Kill I iu
tr ,i.,h n. iirlil,,.. ,... I u.il. llH L' u .u . i,
v .... .,..,, , nun ii. nnirn, r p Jieilie
dy, to Introduce It. bainplr Irer. OLIi TILTtN,
i iii-uur.. i n.
Pkass St5 TO $100
M Pc r month, enriin,' Fall nd Winter, iu every
' county. Iiitere.iiiit; and valuable informa
tion, with lull particulars, free. Addrei- a
oi.ee, .1 . l, Mi l I HOY A CO., Chicago, III.
1.oHP! iirh-ef -ver k nnwn
on llriHTli l.ndrr.
Hirtr. anil Keyul.rrm.
OUR $15 SHOT-CUH
Ht Kr-tly ri'dmifl prn-e.
S'nd slump for our New
r. 1-0 Wt LL A 80S. XX 51 iu t ir;i; I ' " IN V ail . o.
A (IK NTS Foil THE
Europe anil America-
-.'i year, experience lu the S. i ret Service ,f Cele
hrati it Detective. In all purl of the world. SNO
oriavo pife. 40 full page r i jrra viuir. Al 'n
ire two new iiiu.trateii teok. Kvtr itidure-nii-nlsoflVri-d.
For term addre.. ,(. u. HI Tilt A
CO,, llartiotQ, ct., or Chlcairo. Ills.
New and yen Attractive Miles nre now ready
M S( I V c"ml t or I'arlor orean in
.10' n,e world, winner of hleli.-.l di.
I li.nlii.H . ,-..,
tiortinn ut fvry urmt World's
- '-' a a it iii i uiu ii ! i m r t r ii y ''am.
... 'f---l-7.$'i'l. fH.us to
Tl A A! T 1 V I $' and upward, For esy phy
Jl.V.'l lil.l i,lt.,),., a tju.rter ul up
r.xiuriiiinn nr uurir-n y$rn.
OR I J A V ! Hamlin Ort-an CO. , l Tre
,Jl'' 'li'i'l monitr.'it. tofon;4i Fa.t U'i
street, tCnlon Square.) New York, U'J Wahasli
A linlliant hiik. faselnstiii" in .tvle. t,urr. ti
lamjtiafe. eiidorn-d by pliy.iclan evervwlrre. An
latiorme (ipo-itiuii ol the rhvp:- I. If,- of Man
and woman. Klcenntiy pnn'ed and fully illu.tr.:
cd. Kvraordiiiarv Incfin eriu-nt !o Aieiit. Ad
dre. JtiNKs Uliul'll Kits ,V CO., Chtra"u, 111.
N h W ADVKKTlsKM ENTS.
LLOVD Ar McKEAX
No. .'! r WALL .SIJiKf.T. .NKW V(KK.
We nuy end sell ul current rate.:
I'. S. (lOM-rniui nt llonds'
Central Pariric I. anil t.iant liond.
Central Pacific Flr.t Met tin-, in, id Hond.
i alifornla and Oregon ilo
su Ju(iiin aliey i o
Western I'm llle. .'u
Southern I'aclrlr id Cnl uo
chesa,eake A Ohio !W i n, II, ml nnd bond
ami Mock scrip and uup-i 4.
We have tor sale the 1 Iichb p.-akt A Ohio Siru
"A ' ii per cent, Hoods, at d.'i snd in en at.
We buy and mi 011 miii i.si, 11 the ei-in;i,
dealt In at the Stin k Ki;i.ani; - and uu.Se .'
vimci thereon to rcjumidMi. ihi
S e also buv and -1 II on 1 iiiiiu.l-.ion all : t
of sec.urilie. 1,01 itiiotuli ai Ine Mock Ki m.,e.
Wc receive deposit and allow iiu-re.t on c-i . '.si
A Y' KA It and ut; i-npi 'o
at'eiii-. t ctlit tree Adjre-i-. I'.
O. VII Kl. 1(1', Aui'li-ta. .Mult.r
nieirant Clooioo C.nls.New S'vh-a. 'is-. i;t
wutitud. I. JUNKM A t:0., Nsb:i. N. .
t -4 -vOniilt imni'l'i'd ire-, with full it-
I I litructlnn for coml'ictlnx the iiei
I I llirolltnlde htislnsh that any one i,u
(111 J Wcnaaire iu. The l uslne. 1 o easy
IT lo learn, a'nl our Initructlin, are so
simple ami nlMu, that any one rat
mske great profit liom llifl Hart. No one can fail
who I wlllinj! to work. Women are a. ureelul
a men. Hoy and irirl can corn larsc sum.
Many have made at the huHm over one hundred
dollar lp a single week. Nolhlnu like it ever
know n before, All w ho cnunco are urprld at the
ease nnd rspidiiy with which they are aide to mako
money. You ran enuaiic lu iht business dnriiiK
your spare time at great profit. Yotido not have to
Invest capital In II. We take all the risk. '1'hoso
who n 1 ready money, should wllte to 111 at ot:cc.
All lurnlshed rree. AddiCM 'J'KtK St CO., Au
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old wue; for medical or other compound, trade
mark und label, Caveat, Assli(umeiit, inter
fcrenrea. Appeal, Hull for li frlnemenl, and
all cases arising under the patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. . Invention that have been
illitl Aj Y i I ' In nioM cases, hu patented hy
ua. Ilelnuopposlto (he U, 8, 1'alent lletvarttnent,
and eniraced In Patent bnslties. exclusively, wo can
tniiko ckiscr ciirehe. and secure Patent tnoro
promptly, md with broader claim, thun Ibote who
are remote from W ashlnirlon.
X PThlN -ml in a model onkeich f
Al" T Aiii X V.I to jimf device 1 we make ex
amination and advise to patentability, fren of
charge. All corrcpoiui!tii'.n trlctly rotuldmitla).
Price low, and no chartfu unless Patent ta-escurud.
Wo refer In Washington, l(, Don-Poatmsster
Qcneral 1), M. Key, Hey. K. D.I'nwer Tbo (leriuati
American National Hank, to offleliil in the li . H,
Patent Office, and to Senator and Keproientallve
In Oonirresi: and eimclnlly tootif clletita In nvery
Mate lu the Union and In Canada, Addrrii
O. A. SNOW 6c CO..
OppoeltiPat utrimce.WiehluimiD I). 0.
Won whn dosirn to read
a seli iitllle treall.a on
Uftl lehllll tiiunlh...
With .Uloie.Onn. .. In
in nrii nr.MKiiir-n aim iiieinou. ol trealinent.
liould lend for Ilia new pamphlet, by a phrilolaa wi
thirty y.sn txparleuca, Pi lot, 10 ccull.
Addroei Mnrrajr Hill Pub, Oo.
.. 1 K. 'fclh Ri aar,
K. V. tiTV.