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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COCNTT
"He Gomes To-morrow."
Th pottaire was lonely and qiiRlnt nd old,
And tho aunitnor sun wna lia only g" I i
Hut there a rleh you 'g lovor atrureu
To win for tils own a wlnsomo untld.
And when thi meadow wore bum and lirwu,
And each irco had dropped Its loaf crown,
Otm atiir-llt ovo, a ho hi'd her hand,
He pli-dgod bia troth with a goldou band.
Hut still ln'thnt homo tho innldon dwolln,
Hm a newer aonir her yuu heart swolls;
And her dully son with Ixir tnxk kenua lime
liioiieooniliiuoiis iflutHouio rhyiiin,
"Ho cime to-morrow I" Th( aunshlne bright
Miv flo'id the ivirth wlih a o:i of light,
( r th i glowing fimf ot tho sun tuny slay
II 'hiiil dark cloudi tho live-Ling dnyl
"IL comes to-morrow I" With anxi u enrj
In th" wuy h? pralsotl she brul'H r hulr;
Sho iMiiis' hor room, mid th wi.nluw ihow
Tho color ho llke l and tho U iwers ho uoo el
"He comns t -momw!" And n w sho holds
I'i her Imnd a n'lio; and i tleo folds,
That full 'round hor fonu'ilKo 11 unit.' caress,
Have tho lustr.jm shocn of a bild il drew.
"Ho r men tn-morrnw!" And Iovp will irraeo,
With a dew, fresh light, her fair yoiii.g face;
And tho Joy In her .liilnir eye will any,
"This Is my beautiful weddlng-diiy 1"
A'l Jov to tho hitppy, h"ioful lirid !
And by to hlmwho will atnnd by h"r aide I
M y ho ne'er regn't the summ r dsy
Wh.'n first to the eotliig; i he learned to stray I
Ami whon life's fields grow bnre and brown,
And youth droim down Ittaunny crown,
Ntul, o'er onch sllverc, wo:irr band.
May love td liutilng blest-lug shed.
When Charlotto Castlomayno was a
gchool-girl o( sixteen, slio roailo tho
preat mistako of her life; a mistake
which was to causo her unutterable
sorrow and reniorso.
Uy nature Charlotto was iutensely
affectionate. Sho had been bereft of
both her parents while a niero child,
and her guardian being ft cold, rather
reserved man ol business, tbe girl had
learned to keep back such demonstra
tions as would have displeased him.
At fourteen she was sent away to
boarding-school. At sixteen sho fell in
lovcor thought she did with Cliff
Dallas, licr music-teacher, a man of
thirty, who used all the art he was mas
ter of to win the affection of this passionate-hearted
girl, whom ho know
would come into possession of a hand
some property in due time.
It was an easy task to win her,
starved for love as she was. His low,
teuder words and his caresses seemed
a foretaste of heaven
liy skillful maneuvering, hepersuad
ded her into consenting to a secret mar
riage. Walking in the glamour of lovo,
8heBdotibted nothing, feared nothing.
Cliff Dallas, with his dark eyes and
mysterious ?mile, was a sort of god up
on earth to the foolish girl who could
not look into the future.
At seventeen, with vows of eternal
constancy, and many hot tears, she
tarted from her husband and returned
otne to ber guardian.
Dallas returned to England shortly
after; but it was understood between
them that when Bbe should have at
tained her majority, he would come to
claim his wife.
Clmrlotte felt quite exalted ami hero
ic Sho entered society with a feeling
of superiority to all the giddy butter
flies about her.
A pretty girl and an heiress could m.t
be long without suitors, and Charlotte
had her share; but one after another
w:.s refused, until Mr. Marlowe, her
giimvlian, began to think it rather sing
ular that not one out of so many eligi
ble young men had succeeded in win
ning the approbation of bis ward. In
truth, Mr. Marlowe would not have ot-
jected to shifting tho responsibility of
a lovely young lady and her property
from li'i? shoulders to those of a suita
Meanwhile, Charlotte had kept up a
correspondence with Cliff Dallas, and
once, being in America for a few
months, ho had called on her frequent
ly, a fact which excited no comment,
as he was known to have been her
music-teacher while at Madame F 's
It was soon after Dallas's second re
turn to Kngland that Charlotto met
Charlie St. Omar. Charlotte was then
about twenty, and St. Oinar eight years
Until now sho had nevor faltered
from her old allegiance. Until now no
man had seemed to her for a momont
to be compared to Cliff Dallas. 15ut aa
her acquaintance with this young fel
low ripened, he grew into her heart
unawares. There was something so
true and loyal and manly about him
something so unlike tho conventional
society dandy that bIio admired 1 im in
spite of himself.
Aud when rumor began to couple his
name witli hers, she shrank and trem
bled and wept in the solitude of her
chamber, remembering that sho was
tho wedded wife- of another man.
Then camo the news of the loss of an
ocean steamer, with the name of Cliff
Dallas on her passenger-list,
Charlotto read tho newspaper ac
counts of the disaster with a terrible
eagerness. Undoubtedly Dallas had
been on his way to claim her. It want
ed but a month or two of her twenty
first birthday. Now I'rovidenco had
freed her from the bond which sho could
only think of with loathing.
Almost at the same lime Charlio St,
Omar made her nn offer of marriage,
and she begged for a few days iu which
to consider the matter.
Then a great temptation came to
Chiu lolto. Sho loved St. Omar, truly
fondly, and deeply a feeling utterly
unlike tho blind, senseless, school-girl
fassion which ho had entertained for
lliff Dallas. Dallas was dead: their
mnrriuiro had been urivuto: whv need
sho tell Charlio of that old affair? Per
haps lie would not love hor if ho knew
all. Sho could not lose him. Sho
would put tho past bubiad her, and live
only in the present.
Accordingly, when ho camo for his
answer, she went straight to him, with
luminous, wilful dark eyes, nnd clasped
her slender hand' about tho tall brown
bond and drew it down on a level with
"'"i". will you lovo mo always tho
saineP" sho queried.
For all nimwtM' be held her cIoho, and
kissed, with tlio ardor ot a youna
lover, the trlil'i shilling black tresses,
hor questioning cyoi, nd hor rod
"Can anything oomu between ui,
Charlie?" she jiuisLiUid.
DAILY CAHIO BULLETIN':
Only anotl'ier lover, sweetheart,"
ho said, laugh'iig in sjicor Hght-hoart-edness.
The shadow of a cloud passod over
her face at his words ns she recalled
that other lover, but he was dead. No
doubt of that Cliff Dallas had no
power to trouble them.
"What is it, denrP1' said Charlie, as
ho noted tho change in her countenance
"I suppose I ought to toll you," she
beian hurriedly, with averted eyes.
"When 1 was at boarding-school, I"
Charlio lau;hod. and kissed the
won Is off her quivering lips.
"Never mind, Charlotto. I'll over
look all tho love-affairs you hud while
at boarding-school, fr I fancy that my
own record of those days is not quite
So Charlotte woakly allowed herself
to bo silenced; aud Charlie, thinking
that sho referred to soma girlish flirta
tion, dear to the hearts of boarding
school misses, gave tho matter no fur
In tho following September they
were married; then followed two
months of unalloyed happiness.
For Cliarlotie put all unpleasant
memories aside, and devoted herself to
hor young husband who loved her so
tenderly. Every day sho became more
assured of his goodness and manliness.
Strong he was, and brave, and grand
hearted, yet as gentle, as sympiithtio,
as delicate as a woman in his feelings.
After the bridal tour they settled
down in the old St. Omar mansion,
which stood in the suburbs of the town.
It was a dreary November day and
Charlie had gone into town, leaving
his young wife alone. ,
The rain beat drearily on the win
dows, and an east wind sobbed in a lit
ful way about tho cornets and down
A feeling of gloom and nervousness
crept into Mrs. Si. Omar's heart; u
feeling which she vaiuly endeavored to
Shadows were beginning to gather in
the long drawing-room where Charlotto
paced to an I fro, listening for the
sound of her husband's step at the
A tiny bronze clock on a corner
bracket s ruck two silvery notes.
"Half-past four!" sighed Charlotte
impatiently, as she threw herself down
upon a sofa and leaned her head upon
Presently a loud peal of tho door
bell startled the echoes in the great
front hall, and, after some delay, an
uninipressiblc-looking footman in liv
ery brought in, upon a little silver tray,
a note for his mistress.
At the sight of the address up m tho
envelope, Charlotte's heart gave a
great throb. She had barely strength
to motion the servant from the room;
an l, left alone, she sank shivering into
one of the velvet-covered chairs, and
stared at the innocent-looking missive
as if it had been a ghost.
When, at last, she gained courage to
open it, she read these words:
"Mi.. St. 0m ab, roul.t'.es this note will ts
s nm i'C t vu, ss 1 was snpined U have
prri -he 1 wihth other pis.!ii ts of th- It fc
fnl'.' l l l:in lis- You wi I not be litires'ed to
tv 1 In deti.l'. how I was s.tved nd tut ik f
ea: i"if upon vnu. I' Is not, however, my li
tun' Wo to cl im yuu as my lf; for you mxy
hii wHI know mat ours w is a movK umrriaifo,
and Inula wf 1 1 b'n'la id at tbe time Ii was
pef'rinei. Tierf re you are truly wedded
to Ue ii'H i wbo name you now hear. Bjt
th fiet 1 1, mr do.ir ma am, I mint have
nj. niy. V u mav have no:oi r J 'we to the
amount f five Hundred tMiunils (a reaHneai
f it me whoo I csll tomorrow at three o'cl
or nuke up your n i d ui"t vour hmband
shad know too wu de ft ry f our intlmitcy.
The calmness of desperation settled
down upon her as she read this dread
ful nolo through to the end.
The footman brought her a second
note this time front Charlie.who wrote
that he should be detained in the city,
and advised her not to wait dinner
"Janie.H," she said quietly, "dinner
need not bo served. Your master will
not return until late, and Iwill have a
cup of coffee in my own room."
She went up the grand staircase, her
long, rich robes trailing heavily behind
her, and her hands clasped tiglitly one
within tho other.
A maid brought tho requested cup of
coffee, and then she was once more
Seating herself at the writing 'desk,
she penned a long, sorrowful, tear
stained letter to St. Omar, confessing
all that had hitherto been withheld
from him, but assuring him solemnly
that she had believed herself truly
wedded to Dallas, just as much as she
had believed Dallas dead when sho
married him (St. Omar). She en
closed Cliff Dallas's note, for him to
read, and, realizing all her shame and
disgrace, sho was going away where
Charlie would be troubled no more by
the sight of her.
Hastily folding and sealing this, sho
laid it upon her husband's dressing
tahle, and, changing her dinner toilet
for a shorter and more serviceuolo
dress, she wrapped herself in a long
cloak and stole unobserved from the
Thero was anguish and despair in
lier heart as sho paused for ono mo
ment on the threshhohl before stepping
out into the storm. All tho folly of her
girlish blunder arose heforo liar, and
taunted her with the memory of what
illicit have been.
vVithin wore- homo, and lovo, aud
warmth, and comfort. Without, storm
and darkness, a cold and cruel world
of which she had no practical knowl
edge. She ran down the steps straight into
the anus of Charlie, who wa& coming
up. Ho hold her close, and sho
"Charlie, Charlio save mo!"
"Wako up, little wife! What aro
you dreaming about?"
Charlotto started to her feet Tho
stately drawing-room was filled with
gloom. Uy the sofa, whereon tho had
fallen asleep, stood Charlio, his hand
some face close to hers, and his honest
eyes full of toudorness,
It woj a dream, then; nothing but a
dream. Dallas was not alive, Charlio
wns thero besido her.
bbe burst into a passion of tcan
which nearly frightened Charlie out of
Hut tho dream opened Charlotto'i
eyes to her own woak docoption, and,
drawing her husband down on the sofa
beside hor, she told him of thut old so
orot, and of her reason for keeping It
from Mm, and received finally his full
foi-jtonoss tor all. ,
So Rliost of uilff Dallas has mWu
FRIDAY MOItMN.iJ, OCTOBElt 21, 1881.
disturb them, and Mrs. St. Omar Is tho
proud and happy mother of two lovely,
The First President Who Died In Ofilots.
Three times in past years tho nation
has boeu called to join in funeral pro
cession over tlio corpse of a president
who has died in olUeo. Tho writer well
remembers how tho country stago
brought to a village in Maine the news
of Harrison's death. Thore were no
telegraphic bulletins during his illness;
tho telegraph was thon but a philosoph
ic experiment; live years were yet to
pass before the first practical wiro
should bo laid. Railroads were but ton
years old; such a trip as wils planned
and executed for Garfield would have
been, in Harrison's time, wholly impos
sible. Mail communication was not
one-third w hat it now is. There were
but twouty-six states. The nation
scarcely exceeded seventeen millions.
Yet the sorrow was as sincere and tlio
tokens as earnest and cordial as those
that ore witnessed now. Tho shock to
tho country was heightened by tho fact
that Harrison was tho first president
who had died in oflico. The wheels of
government had revolved for fifty
years without this check. Tho peoplo
were unprepared for tho event, and
were uncertain nay,, anxious as to
its consequences. They had not the
assurance we enjoy that the political
system would bear the strain. As now,
so then, everywhere were seen demon
strations of the national grief. In
Washington city nearly every building
bore tokens; tho public buildings wero
shrouded, tho elegant dwellings were
heavily draped even tho lowliest
abodes bore some inexpensive badges.
Business was suspended. Tho funeral
pageant was, for that era, very cere
monious. The procession was two
miles in length, and comprised tho
United States troops stationed in and
near Washington, with many regiments
from other chics, under tlio general
0 imm.ind of Winlicld Scott, and be
sides numerous civic n -cicties and a
va-.t b'uly of civilians. It was mar
shaled by officers in mourning. Tho
remains of the deceased president were
laid temporarily in the congressional
burying ground, the burial service of
the Enisci'tial church bcin ' read by tho
Hev. Mr. Hawley, and military sa'lutes
tired. Tho caroii which the coffin was
Ijorue from the cemetery is described
in cotemporaneous accounts as a splen
did one, decorated wi'h black plumes
and drawn by six white horses. In
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tbe Ohio river.
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or a ;ir,-nirt!iiii. e rav .
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iltnat! to m ml frro bv mnil to i-vi rv.im-. tyTlin
Spi it'.. M.- lii-ino l koUI l.v all driiL'i-H at $1 i.rr
par kk'.- ..r i.t I iu I, :i'.' for or will li.-nnt free
bv inn;, ou run-ipt of -l.r iii .iit-v. hv rll r-tiu
Tllk tiKA V MKHK INB Co.,
lserri.o, S . Y
Sold In Cairo i. J'aut , tschtili.
GET TIIE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
bnprc782seut3 tzi CoarcaieJices fonni la
For Sale in Every City and Town
in th United States.
S.-lfciiri! Uul'iti: nri.l r. rtnin. Sprt-ilr relief
nim roiiipiiii.-r.-MorHiion to ImhIUi. (Mir Treiitim
una Tiill pirtli'Ulur nmileil nn rn eipl of et im i.
F. I'. COLBV, 'lower Miork, .St. I.oiiIh, Mo,
KlVAItK &. CO.
lilanIVi Wet Hnlllnioro Street, Unltlnioro,
It.i. IU Kirth Aveuuc New Vork.
Y01 l(t MVX ,r'on w""1,1 Teliwa
Aiuiltx U IjM i,,v In four motitlTi. am he
ccrlaln nf a Hitimtlnn, ml 'I r-f h Vuluiilllui Brother,
.IlllieH'llle, v- in.
AU.5AI.AKV IHrmimtli. All EXPENStS
adaal. U AI.F.H pmniplly paid. SLOAN
A 00 fvra; M. luclnnali. U.
A YKAH and lixpennea to Knti. Out
fltn free. Aililrem
P. 0. VICKERV, AuBimltt, Ma.
Mt I'AV E'y work: Hteiidy ol. Cimtly
1 it 1 i aiiiiiple fuiit. Writij to
1 1NDSKV it Co,, Aliirlilvhuud, MaK,
1ILKS, P1LK8, P1LKS!
Our Inilliin Pllo Keinedy will DOaltlvely and cIViic-
tilally euro llllnil, lllecdiiiu and I Idling 1'ilen. Not
for ulo by drui;i;lat. Sent on receipt ot price, $1.
bond Htnmp for iminplilel.
r. f . tuLin , i cover lUock, St. i.ouin, mo.
H A 'ni,HT,M' li AuenlHwaiitml for l.lfn
TJ li V I VI 111 I '' ''re Id. 'lit llnrllelil. A
rv from rnulln to irinvi;, l.y Hiu unili oiit lili.Kruplior,
i:m, uonwoll. inlroilii'tion tiv til cxreiimicy J no.
I). I.'.iiU, Uovernor of Mnea. IUkikk all ruaOy for
dellvnrv. An eli'i-aiitlv lllualiiited volnnin. En-
iliirmid edition. I.ilierul l."in, Airetita Ukn order
for from mito Wicoplea dully. onteiia anyoiher
book, ten to ono Airenln noi-er mmle money o
faat. Tlio hook Mia H .elf Kxperlenre not line-
eaaary. l-niiurn ihiki.owii. aii iniinu unminno
- ' .. l r ...... Ull. D. '
front, rrivuiu lurinn irnu. i....f, aui.Buii u, iu,
r n c r'A A
CAlUOIIAPTIST.-ODrnurTontti nnd Poplar
ilreut; pruactilnit UrKt aud tlilril Hiinduy lu
each inoutli, 11 . m. and 7::IU p. m. sprayer muot
liiljTtiuradtty, 7::i0 1. m ; Sunday Miool, v.V) .ra
Huv. A.J. UKaH, Paator.
CIintCH OP THE REDEEM Kit (Eplacnpal)
Kmirti-enth Btreot; Hurnlay 7 :) a. m.. Holy
KurliHBlft; W::ui a. m., Sunday 'Ii.k, ; U:4 a.m.,
MorriiriK pravem; fiiiKip. ra., evening prareri. K.
P, llavenport, 8. T, K. Rector.
TTTRST MI8HI0NARV BAPTIST CHURcn.
F I'renclihiK at 1(1:30 a. n.., .1 p. rn., and 7:80 p. m.
Haliliath ichool at ":W p. m. Rev. T. J. Utiurei,
JCTHBRAN-Thlrteerith atreet; mrvlnci Hab
J bmli 1:H() a. ui.; Hnuilay acbool2 p. m. Rut.
MRTnoi)lKT-C'nr. Elirhtb and Walnut atreeti
Preai blnif HaljI.Mh II :0I a. m, and 7 Mi p. m.
Sunday 8r buol at -ii jll p. m Rev. J, A. bcurrott,
REtnYTERIAN-ElKilh Mreet; preaching on
1 Salilialb at 11:00 a. ni. and 7:S0p. m.i prayer
m'!tlnir WednenilaT at 7:H'lp. m.; Huriday School
t 8 p. rn. Rbv t, y. (ieorie, pantor.
ST. JOSEPH'S i Roman Catholic.) iTorncr t'roia
and Walnut afreet; aervliea SaM.alb 10:30a.
ii.; Sunday School at it p. m.; Ve.i.era 3 p. m. : t-r-nee
every day at 8 a. in, Rev. O'llara, PrW-Ht.
CT. PATRICK'S-T Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 atreet and Waahlnirtoo avenne; nervlce Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Vepura 8 p. rr..; Sunday School
1 p. m. aervtce every day at H a. m. Rev. Mastei wn
Jt. Ii. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAIKH DKI-AKT. THANa AlllllVg.
tVall 4:io a.m
Accoin'd..tiori. 4:oo p. m
Mail :):M p.m
tExori! :i:-.n p,in
tAcco nidation. .11 :1na.in
MISS CENTRAL It. R
rVnll 5::vip.m tMull .. 8:H1a.m
tKxprt-" 11 :: in tEzpri- :Jia m
('. A ST. L. R. II. (Narrow Ouuur )
Bxpr" 4.:i0p.m I "Expre D.lOa.m
Areum'datoln 1 v! p m I Aciiii'd.illon. l:.'.0p.m
Sunday excur'n H:05p m Sunday eicui'n x.lOa in
ST. L., I. M. A S R It.
tExprec 'l:.Vii.m I tExprea 12 p m
tAerom'dailon. ::iop.m tAccom'da-ion II :4. a.m
WABASH, ST. 1. 01 IS A I'Al IKIC R'Y CO
Mall & K .... r,.ni vm '.Mall A Ex.... p.m
Daily except Snndiir. t Dally.
ILLINOIS CKNT11AL II. II.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Orilvl..ino Kunuin
0 DAILY TRAINS
M.XKING DlKKCT CoNNKCTION
TbaiM Liavi Cairo:
Arriving In St. Loni. 0:45 m : Cl,lcai.". to p.m. ;
Connr.tini: at Odin ami t-.rr'.ni;na!n for Hncu
tiaii, Loa'.avilie. IndikiiApoi; Ld point Et.
1 1:1' a.m. I uii unci "t4'ru'
irnvlri: In S'. I.oult ', :o.r, p. m., and eunni-rt.riK
f,,r a.l point w e.-..
l:i.'H p.m. I'nt l-:x ,r.-i.
I.irst l.'i!i! a:M ( tiicao, arrtvuiu at St. LouU
I'.-Mitp m., at..) Chicago 7: ra
-4 in. ( 'iiM-ir.iiMti hZx pr-aa.
Arriv'ni! si i ir,i..ni: 7:0) a.m.; Loin.v.li. 7:9)
a rn.: I '"i'Mnpini. 4 ii a.m. I'"n, i;.t Iiv
tin fa-n reach II. e atmve putnt. l w 30
IHjI. I;. i;i a Sauce of my otlirr route.
ttThe4 ip n, ipr,.. ha I'Cl.l.MAN
SI.KEI'IMi CAR Cairo to C.urliit.s.l, willioiit
rhance. and H,ro'Ji;li ie; ,r m St. l.oul and
F:ist Tim.' l-.nst.
VII t 1 em in. ml I'.oiii jTir ('i-lar
caniMtil l.v h'li.dav irit.-fv.-n!:ik-. The safirdav afier
noon train r.-oui ( air, nrrm in ii-w ftk Monday
,n rni'iL' at lo:.v,. Thirty-six hoiirf In advauceof
auv niher rout-.
-fTKor Hi'ouirh tlrket and fan'ier hift rmallon,
pj. rat J ! i ri ! Ceninl Rai'road li. poi. Chlro.
jab. Johnson, j iljonbs.
lien. Southern Acent. 1 1 .-t A?nt.
A. II. II AN SON, (en . I'a. At'ent. t.nir.jn
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
THAIMH L'.AV I AIIIO,
Arknia sndTcx i Expri- 11 :: a.m. Dally
AIIIIIVK at ( a mo.
Eipren s:V. m. Dally
Arroiiim. nlatlou i:'ii in. Daily
Ticket office: So. 55 Ohio I. eve ..
II II Mil.lU RN. Airciit.
N K W A I) V K RTI S F. M KM .
27 STOP BEATTY'S TKSL" 4
OnlyK). Addrea DANIEL K. IIEATTV, Wab- ,,
Inirtwn, N.J ,
Parker's Ginger Tonic (
Cure complaint of women and dlene of th t
atoinarli. bowel, Itini;. liver and kidney, and In "
enttrclj dlllerent from bluer, iilniji r enm nee nnd
other tunic a It hever Intoxlcali . 5vt and $1 y
lu, l.ar,'e savliiL' ImvliiE one dnlinr ir.e. j
lllSlMX A CO , Cliemli.tc, N. V. ?
DIET A h TIP UiMP WICK
PauMDrc. 7.1SSO. SKH
OItm a Brilliant, White and Stanly
llcht. reqlre no tr nimlnir, undlai-tf for month.
Sample wick I0ct.,.t wick i cl , l'J wick 7ct
p'ieln?i) j,hI.1. Jluve tlino tii!e, A. II. and 1).
AjreiitH wauled. Addrc, METAb Til LAMP
HICK CO., "OCortlaudi St., n. Y.
ml MEDAL AWARDED
ni hor. A nn and khuO. M..
leal Wurk, warranted tl.Btrt and ,
eliAafwHt, mdmiMimiAhli, to vry
man.enlitied 'Hit Hci.ncunf I jf.
nr.SfllM'nwnrralien l" li.miul in
flneat French niimlin.MinlHM.m1.
full mll-lOu pp.ooDUiom beautiful
atJM'l .nirrarii.ffS, 1116 preaoriii.
tinna, pnna nrlv $1.3f. nt hjr
M.ld nnw.AililrnM fn.-'todv Med.
ritnilT TUVCIT V ll Inlitutcir Dr. W. li. FA1U
CUTICL'IIA Permanently Cures Hu
mors ot the Scalp and Skin.
Cnllcnra remediea are for n'oliy all ilruirirli'ta
Price of Cuticura, a medical Jelly, mull boxei, 5(c i
larun ho-e 1. Cntlctira Houlvi'it, tho now
blood purifier, one dollar per b dtlo. Ctitlcurtt
Medical Tollut 8oap2'c. Cuticura Mudlcal hliavluu
Soup, l.Vti,: In bar for barber and lareo r,nnn
moraSCcta. Principle depot, WEEKS A PUTTER.
All miillud tree on rccoiat oi pneo.
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to maturity, tn pc.nard to education, home, aooiuty,
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are to bo bread-winner. Tbn volume abound In
itrlkliiR thouitliti, rare Information and Interna
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