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A JEAIOUB HTJ8BANP.
It was the dy bafor th (hooting
anion began. IlunUn were pouring
out of Paris in all direction. Two
might have been seen leisurely proceed
inji toward the Sceaux Station, bat
coming from different directions. Both
were accoutered elegantly, from jaun
ty cap to leathern gaiters; both carried
a fine gun and handsome game-bag;
both remarked with satisfaction the ef
fect their costumes produced upon the
female heart; in fact, both were Paris
ians and hunters. But one was old
and the other was young. Full sixty
years must have been needed to grizzle
the locks of the one; but twenty-three
had passed ovortlio other's head.
The elder reached the station a few
moments before tlio other. He entored
an empty compartment, but scaicoly had
he done so when the door opened, aud
the younger hunter entered. They
stared at eaoh other for a moment, but
it was tho elder who spoke first.
"My dear Boisgibeit, I am delighted
to see you," ho said, pressing the oth
er's hand with simulated varmth.
"And I too, rruthibaut," returned
the young man, "am enchaulcd. What
is it Thingummy says now? 'Thrice
blessed is it ' "
. Perhaps you mean 'Thrice blessed
is't to moot a friendly face,' " replied
Yes. that's it. Who was the fellow
that said it. now? It was it was "
"Lamnrtfne?" asked the other, dry
ly. ' "Ah, yes, that's the man Lauinr
tinn. Strange I couldn't think of it."
Very," replied Prethibaut. "But,
now. I think of it. Ie Musset was the
author of the line."
"Yes, so he was," roplied tho ot her,
coloring; "he's one of my fuTorite au
thors, you know."
Outwardly Prethibaut replied with a
grunt. Inwardly he said: "The same
as ever. What au ass the fellow is!"
On the other hand, Boisgibert bit his
lip and mutterod: "Confound the old
fool! as pedantic as erer."
These two gentlemen were just about
to make a reasonably long railway
After a lengthy silence, Prethibaut
"I see you are in hunting rig. Might
I ask where you are bound?"
"Yes; I'm going to Wrrieres. Fine
shooting at that chateau."
"What! Has Vaugiron invited "
Prethibaut interrupted, but suddenly
"Ye, Vaugiron has asked mo to
'lie down to Verrieres and onon the
.looting season with hitu. And you
here are you going, Prethibaut?"
"What you also." Boisgibcrt's tono
xpressed astonishment, but certainly
"Oh, yes. For ton yoars I have
opened the season there. It wouldn't
do for me to miss one."
"How fftunate we chanced to
meet!" said Bolsgibert, in a tone as
destitute of . motion as is the creak of a
"It was iu"eea a happ chance." re
plied Prethibiut, with tlie inflection of
a man who bvdi his creditor come to-,
And while thoir lips distilled hon
eyed words thv were full of bitterness
within. Prcthiaut'a reflections wer
something like ibis:
"How in. thi fiend's name could
Vaugiron be so ;diotio as to invite this
becurled popinjay to this house? I
did not think Lira so stupid ho husband-like,
so to speak as that. Wher
a man of fifty-two marries a girl of
nineteen, he should not invite hand
some young dandies to spend weeks at
his house. And more particularly
Bhould lie not invite a dandy who was
her slave all Inst winter; who was al
ways waltzing with her; who always
turuinir her music for her when she
played; who always had an orchestra
scat when she was in her box. And
yet Vaugiron stupid yet hospitable
Vaugiron be invites this fellow be
neath his roof. Well, well!"
On the other hand, Boisgibert's
Drain was no less busy. His reflections
ran something like this:
"I wonder why that old blockhead
follows me so persistently? For the
past year ho seems to have" exercised a
sort of espionage on mo. He seems to
have divined ray secret, too. And yet.
he is not a relative of Madame Vaug
iron. Confound tho old idiot! Some
one told me he was in Switzerland, and
here I find him on the wny to Verri
eres." The two men scowled at each other,
and then smoothed their faces into ex-
iressionlossripss. The train rolled on.
oisiibert drew an immense ciirnr
from his case, and lighted it. Then,
as if ho had but just thought of it
"Oh, excusti mo. I bolievo tobacco
Is disagreeable to you."
"No, sir; by no means, sir; you are
dreaming, sir;" retorted Prethibaut; "I
smoke like a chiiuuey, sir;" and light
ing a larger cigar, he puffed detiantly.
At tho expiration of ten minutes the
two . gentlemen were so shrouded in
smoke that they could not see across
But all things have an end. The
train at last reached the expected sta
tion, and there was Vaugiron's oarriage
awaiting them. A brisk drive of a fuw
minutes across country, and they were
As they descended in the courl-vard,
Vaugiron advaucod. He pressed Preth
ibaut warmly by the hand, greoted
Boisglbert with less warmth, and bade
the servant show tho latter gentleman
to his room.
"Asior you, my old friond,"
he to Prethibaut, "come into the
don, and let us soat ourselves
there in that summer-house. I
something l want to say to you. I
want to ask your advice."
'" "But will you follow HP"
"Of course, since I ask it"
But that does not follow, any mora
than you do. People arc always asking
advice; they rarely follow it Last
year, in this very month, and where we
now sit, you asked my opinion as to
whether yon should marry. I advised
you to live and die a bachelor. Well,
three months after that I had to pre
tend to bo glad when I saw you hanged
I mean married."
Vaugiron viciously kicked a pebble
on the irravel-walk before blm.
"WeU, what is itaDoutr saidPretu-
Vaugiron pkused a wbilo. "Well,"
said he. reluctantly, "it's about my
wife." ' '
"What!" said Prethibaut, "already?"
Come," said Vaugiron, impatient
ly, "don't be getting any idiotio idea
into your head. I have nothing to ro
proach her with."
"But you have something on your
"Yes, I have. I am Jealous-'
, "Of Maurice Bolsgibert."
, "How do you know?"
j "1 know, because I have seen "
fx"Seenl" shouted Vaugiron, bounding
from his seat. "Seon! seen I What
have you seen P"
"Come, now," said Prethibaut,
"don't ba getting any foolish ideas in
to your head. I have seen nothing
alarming. I have soon, hovvevor, that
that young puppy, Boisgibort, is alto
gether too attentive to your wife."
"Well, that's what Iwantod to speak
about. The fellow has presumed to
address some verses to her."
"What are they about?"
"What are thoy about? Oh, what all
poets write about moon on tho waves,
stars, and flowers, gentle zephyrs, an
gels, gondolas, sympathetic souls, and
all sorts of idiotic things."
"Naturally," said P.othibaut, "I
might have kuown it. But how did
you come to see this letter?"
"Why, Horteu.se brought it to me
herself, of course."
"She did, ohP Well, Vaugiron, I con
gratulate you on your wif. Now, list
en to hip. Will you follow my ad
"Whatever I may say or do you will
not contradict or oppose me?"
"Very well, then. Young Boisgibert
will not favor us with his company du
ring the shooting season. Here is what
you must do: to-night, at dinner, when
you see me take a pinch of snuff, strike
the table with your fist, and say, in a
cavernous voice: 'I would do tho
"Hum," said Vaugiron, "a cavern
ous voice, a pinch of snufi", and a blow
on tho table. Why what how "
"Never mind," said Prethibaut, "do
as I tell you, old boy, and you're all
That evening there were gathered
nround Vaugiron's festive board eight
gentlouieu. Six vacant chairs showed
that tho ladies bad left them. Un
numbered empty bottles showed that
thoy wore good hunters and true. But
one man had attempted to escape to
join the ladios. Several times had
Boisjribcrt made a move, but Prethibaut
would invariably ask, with much kind
ness, "Are you not well this evening,
sir?' 'so he was forced to remain.
Ofaillhe merry crowd, Prothilmut
alono seomed preoccupied. There was
a gloomy expression upon his face, and
it finally attracted attention.
"What's the matter with you to-night,
Prethibaut?" asked one of the guests,
"you look as if yon were at a funeral."
"Pardon me, gentlemon," replied the
gloomy one, "there are certain anni
versaries in a man's life but no; the
story is not a pleasant one."
"Never mind what's tbo odds? Go
on and tell it anyway," was tho cry.
'Very well, gentlemen," said Prethi
baut, placing his snuff-box on the table
before him, and gazina: on it with deep
molanoholy, "I will tell you tho story.
Thirty-hve years ago to-day i was uie
chief actor in a domestlo tragedy."
"You!" interrupted Vaugiron, "you
in a domestic tragedy P"
For reply Prethibaut favored his
friend with a violent kick under the ta
ble, and went on:
"At that time I was but twenty-live,
my life was peaceful and happy. 1 had
a wife whom I adored, a daughter
whom I idolized."
"What, you," bawled Vaugiron.
"Yes," wont on Prethibaut, giving
him another kick. "My estate was in
the Ardennes, and I was a passionate
hunter. Adjoining my property wns
that of a man a little younger than I.
He was about the same age as Maurice
Boisgibert here, and, bv tho way, he
much resembled him. Vell, we often
met; we became friends. He came to
my house, and excuse me gentlemen,
but my old blood boils when 1 think of
it he wrote some verses to my wife.
"Well, I sought him out. I told hiin
that ono of us must die; that, in order
to avoid scandal, we would load our
pieces with buckshot, conceal oursolves
on both sides of a trail, and when the
boar was driven by us we would lire
but not at the boor.
"It was done. Thirty-five years ago
to-day we laycrouchod there, glaring Ht
each other across the trail. Wo heard the
boar coming; we lived. Whether a
consciousness of guilt hud unnerved my
frhuid' s hand, or not, I do not know,
was uninjured. But both loads
from myelin struck him, and he fell
back, his head and breast pierced with
balls, a mangled, blooding corpse.
There is not much inoro to toll. I was
arrestod, nnd releasod. as on the sur
face it was accidental. My wifo died
in a mad-house; my daughter dioJ
shortly after, aud now I am alone.
Can you wonder, gentlemen, that I nm
melancholy when the years bring round
again the day on which I slow my
He shook his head gloomily, and took
a pinch of snufi'.
Vaugiron struck the table a violent
blow, which made tho glasses ring.
"I would do the same," he cried.
"You were perfectly right. I would do
At breakfast tho nuxt morning It was
noticed that Maurice Boisgibort was ab
sent The host found a noto for him at
his plate, however, which ho read
M. BolnfjIbiTt ban reuolvpd a loltor vrhleh
foroea him to Ipbv. for Tarloat onco. Import
ant luli)Hg. He hum M. Vaiifrlrnii to reoulvo
his tx-UM, ami much regret that lift euniiot
rmnalii with tb plcnamit party tit tho Chateau
"Well," said Prethibaut. in a whis-
por to tho host. "What did I tell you?"
"Prothibaut," replied Vaugiron. with
liar you i
an admlrinir dance, "what a dreadful
. Foiickd Toy my political connections
nto i public lire, my Buflmngs wero intuntii
fiod by thocoini..uu of those who saw my
face and head covnrud with scrofuluu
humor," said a gentleman recently cured
by Cuticura Remedies.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Farming in Texas,
Tho old-Hmo Texan believed that no
crops could bo successfully grown in
his state west of' tho ' Colorado : river.
The Rev. Adirondacli'liirVay, who Is
farming in that region, writef to the
Boston Herald that such U far from
tho fact. He instances, the, Cipota
farm, the largest in the .southwest,
which is owned by northern capitalists
nnd worked according to northern
ideas. This year's crop is, as - follows:
Indian corn, iS30 acres; rye,-40);' wheat
20; barley, 150; oats, 250; alfalfa, 50;
millet, SO; sorghum, 10; artiobokns,
10; turnips, 200 r" hay, ' 200. But Mr.
Murray thinks that greater profit could
be made out of cotton and tobacco, un
der energetic management",
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Periods of Infectious Diseases.
Dr. Richardson, of London, has been
giving the sanitary institute some of
the results of his recent researches as
to the periods of the incubation of in
fectious diseases which the sanitarian
had to combat. He said there wero
twenty-six diseases of this kind, with
periods which might fairly be called
regular. Incubation was the time which
intervened between the acceptation of
the poison that caused the disease and
tho first manifestation of its effect.
Diseases might thus be grouped ac
cording to their stages of incubation
into five classes shortest, short, me
dium, long, longest The shortest pe
riod was from ono to four days; under
this head came plague, cholera, malig
nant pustule and . dissection poison.
The second period was from two to six
days, nml under this head came scarlet
fever, diphtheria, croup, erysipelas,
whooping-cough, influenza, glandys,
and pya-raia. The medium period was
from four to eight days, aud in it are
included cow-pox and relaxing fever.
Tho long period had ten to fifteen days,
and included in it measles, mumps, ty
phus, aud typhoid. The longest period,
forty (lays, might include hydrophobia.
Dr. Richardson pointed out important
practical sanitary lessons that were
connected with a correct knowledge of
these periods of incubation.
Au American's View of Brazil.
Mr. John Beitler, a young Pittsburg
pr, who went to Brazil to seek a for
tune almost seven years ago, has re
turned to his homo in this city. Ho
does not give a very glowing account
of the country, and states that the op
portunities presented there for the en
couragement of American enterprise
are not very extensive without large
financial resources. It is hardly the
place for young men of even more than
ordinary pluck and energy to visit uud
grow up with tho country, unless they
have money and nro prepared to grow
slowly. The country is Hooded with
American inventions and knick-knncks,
and tho lUJ'.'ss Brazilians, who in
former limes looked upon nuch novel
ties from the States as great discover
ies, havi lapsed into a state of inoro or
less indifference. The telephone has
been in uo for many mouths, the roller-skating
as one of tho sports in the
large cities and other contrivances liava
lost their novelty. Mr. Beitler says
that the native Brazilians are gradually
becoming more "civilized" since the
number of Englishmen, Americans
and cuiuors from all quarters of the
glohu are introducing customs as "new
to tho natives as Uiey are froqueut.
Rio Janeiro, with its 4OO.000 inhabi
tants, is gradually assuming metropoli
tan airs, and you can ride all through
its paved streets in a Pennsylvania
street car. Mr. Beitler reports that
the country is traversed by a number
of railroads, all narrow gauge, however,
save the Doni Pedro road, and one
which wns built by English capitalists
and operated by Englishmen. The
former road owns 200 Baldwin locomo
tives. Ouo of tho best engineers on
the road is a young man namod Lewis,
formerly of Allegheny City. Most of
the other engineers nro natives, and
most of them know as much about tho
locomotive as the hind brukeman. So
says Mr. Beitler. The chiuf industry
of Brazil, the cultivation of coffee, is
gradually diminishing, nccordiugto the
same authority. Many of tho planters
are leaving for Central America and
Mexico, which Mr. Beitler thinks is
destined to become a great country for
that industry. rithburg Tc'c'mh.
Skid's Kicking Machino.
Tho facts are these: Mr. Skid's
neighbor kept n goat, nnd that goat
hail often got at Mr. Skid nnd butted
him two rods, end ovor end, and ho
hated the goat profusely. But tho
neighbor wouldn't keep the goat shut
up, and so Skid invented a machine to
slay the goat, It was in tho form of a
man bonding over to pick up a hat.
From tho hip pocket of the figure
waved a red handkerchief that was tho
1 argot to draw the goat When ho but
ted it the spring would 11 v aud throw
the gout a big distance. The machine
was gotten up in very elaborate style,
and looked just like a man. It was
perfect enough to deceive any goat and
it cost Mr. Skid 75. But he didn't
begrudge the money, so long as it
fetched the goaL And he took the inn--chine
and put it out in his front yard
where the goat could set) it, and theu
he retired to tho house and waited to
see tho fun. He wailed about two
hours, and then his son came in aud
told hi in that tho goat had swallowed
an old hoopsklrttho night before, nnd
it had got tangled in bis bowels and slain
him. And, of course, Skid was terri
ble mad. But the machino was not
wholly wasted, for tho boy took it aud
put it outside of a circus tout so it
looked like a man just Parting to
crawl under, and a stalwart circus man
run up and kicked the thing and was
Eickod up twenty feet away, and whon
e got over his surprise no said ho'd
give that man a season ticket if he'd
tell how he did it, as ho'd like to work
tho samo racket on the old man of the
girl he was courting. But the machine
couldn't be found, the boy having, in
the excitement, taken it homo. Xtw
1'vi k Jhrcir!.
Flattery Does no Good,
Catherine H. of Russia w rote to Ba
ron (irinnu to he sparing in his flat
tery. "Pral.to," she declared, "has
never done mo any gud. But when
ever people have spoken ill of mo, thon,
with a noble assurance, I have sonio
timus said to myself: 'I will 'bit re
venged upon t,,; 1 -w ill show them
what liars linn aie.' "
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Arriving In St. Loiila H t.'i a m : Chlrajro,8:3n p.m.;
ConiieclluK at Odin and KMimham for Clnciu
natl, Luniavlllv. IiidiniiHpoliH and points Eaat.
11 :1U a.m. 81. l,nui and AWhteni
JCx pre n.
Arriving In Ht. Inula 7:0.i p. ni., and counet llun
for all polnte Went.
4:ttO p.tn. l''jiHt l'xpriH.
InrSt. Louia nnd Chieanu. arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chicago ?:i(l a m
4:U( p.m. Cincinnati (''xprptia,
Arrlvlni: at Clnrlntiall 7:) a.m.; Lnmevlllo 7:
a.m.; Indlaiiupull iin a.m. 'aaaeniira hy
tlua train reach the above points li to MO
HOl'KS in advance of any other route.
rVTho4:30 p. ni. mure ha PULLMAN
hLKKI'ING CAR t'niro to Cincinnati, wlluouf.
chaniica, and through elocpere to St. l.onla and
Fast Timo Kast.
PjlClMlO'il'tJ ''T "n9 f" through to Kaat.
iawuij,lll"lfrn pointa without any delay
canaed by Hnudnv Intervening. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvoa in new York Monday
mornlti8ntl0:. Thlrty-alx hours In advance of
any other route,
OJFor through ticket and funhor Information,
apply at Illlnola Central Railroad Dupot. Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J. 11. JONKH,
en . Southern Aeent. Tlcnot Aeont.
i. II. HANSON, Gen. laaa, Auent. Chicago.
A CURE QUARANTEED.
MaIhIa Pills a poiue rtaniv iot vn...
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. af lb. v rtu. of ion nuj wuwiw .""-
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THE MILS V0WXB
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Humplireys' Homeopathio Specifics
Proved from uinpln c iiierteiice an entire I
BQOOiHtS Blllipi.'.. rwnii. r.uiriFni.ailO I
Hellnhle, they are the ouly niiUlclnual
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14. Malt Ahemii. EriiM la4. Krupiloua, m.5
115 lllieuinell.nl. I'.lieuiimi le lain. a
16. Fever and taut. Chill, fever, Aguci, 50
17. like, Hllml or bliemting, .'
1. Cnlarrh, aeuie or i hri nle; InMiiBiira, M
3). Wliooiiliia t 'oiiih, vlulmi ( oiikIi. '''
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ft. Kidney lle-e.e.
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Si. Ill.ru.e iiMhe Heart, I'alplimlon, t.it
Kor iMlbi driiKHlsi.i)r.i'iil by the (.'an,
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price. rV-ixl for llr. Miimiihrrye' lliMkin
llieeaar, lie.. lUt pHKcul, uIihi llliiatralrd
leloKiie, r HKh
Adiln.s 1 1 ti in li r V lloiliropalhle
Med. Co.. lOU rulcuu Bt.. New lurk.
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bi)li1hrDn)if(!Hti"V''rT-tieT. l'rlre, $1 .no per ho
pMiiii'byniail. Haniphe ant to i'bincUna
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Alt 12 THIS WEST.
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T 4 V1'PT f All iutelliKrnl youoR wan in
' ai 1 Jj VI 4 every country town, to take a
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tbe Mood and retnlatra the bow.l. It U a ftrr:ie
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PT KOJ NOI,D OS INSTALLMENTS
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I OLD MtOAl AWARDED
the A nthor. A Dew and r UnJ
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iuan,MCit!tled 'the H-.inreof ijte
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fin eel French mulin,mtMMt,
lull mil Jnil'D.ooDlm Ixtatitul
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wnu Dow,naanri I'ealHulj Moil.
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Sold at all DrucKlute.
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bond for circular, ' ,
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