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B. A. Burnett, Cairo, Illinois.
Where is Home?
BV WILLIAM THOMSON.
1 asked of my heart, one summer dny.
When,tho city streets pro crowdod and gay:
"Oh. heart of mine.! Is IIiIh thy home
In the nolv city with smoky diiinu,
With it streets that stretch fur miles away.
With It massif or bonus no stately and uray,
With it river rullinr mi sullen ami slowr"
And my heart Midi: "Sol"
Toll mo, my hoart, U It whore the breeze
P'irb. ircnllythrotiirn the summer tires,
When. lif and beauty arc everywhere,
And music la born on the balmv air
The e.mir ot the bird tlie lay of the rill
The Meat of the luinlm on tins venlaut hills
Is thy home whc-retbelittlowiMllnwersgTOW?"
But my heart said: "Nol"
"la thy home In thnt land of snowy nlfrht
Where the uorthcro-li-hlg flash and glimmer
Wliore ocean Ilea a frozen waato
And treea hy the iee-banda are Interlaced,
Where over the Innd and ocean palo
Kuirea of tt lined the icy (rale
But my heart said : "No 1"
"la it 01 heart, 'monir the palmy proves
Where the terrible lion In freedom roves,
W'here tropical plant In their tieuuty smile
W'here rolls the tideof the swelling Kilo,
Where gentle and h renin tie trnle
Breathe thro' the frairrant woods and vale:
Is thy home where au'di spiny breezes blow?"
But my heart said: "No!"
Ahl heart, my heart! have I (messed the truth?
The maiden I love hath graeo and youth
To me no other seems half so fair,
To me aho ia aweet beyond compare:
O! heart of mine) hust thou found thy rest
In the heart that beats In her virtuous breast?
OI Buy, is thy home 'neath that bosom of snow?"
Still my heart said: "Xol"
, "Theni O! my heart. It mils' surely be
In that land from sorrow and stiff erlnir frea.
Where earthly victors receive their palm
And Join in the saints' victorious palm:
la It there, O! heart, thou ha-t found thy borne,
In the land where changes never come
The realm of eternal happiness!"
And my heart said; "Veal"
The Elkhora Affair.
Our special correspondent forwards
us aa account of the strange afl'air at
J'Jkhorn on tho niplit of tlio 2th. Of
course wo do not vouch for ttio truth of
the story. Tho .affidavit of tho parties
concerned are appended, and our read
ers are at liberty to draw their own con
clusions. It will bo remembered that the west
bound express on tho N. V. and A.
Koad providentially escaped destruction
at Elkhora Creek, the trestle bridge
haying been wrecked by the storm. The
train was duo at tho bridge at twenty
.minutes past twelve. At ten minutes
past twelve tho eastern freight train
passed over it in safely. Thus the bridge
must have been wrecked during tho i?i
. terval of teu minutes, with so little warn
ing that the track walker had not yet
discovered the catastroplw when the
midnightexpress passed-his caboose.
The track-man swears that when the
trainp asscd his house, which is aqunrter
of a miledown tlio road, the bridge li"-ht
was burninr white, which was tfie safe
ty signal. The next instant, heariri" the
engineer blow "down brakes," be" rau
up the track and saw tlio red lk'ht
The fight is set upon an iron frame,
aud the mechanism which turns it is
(secured in a box at the foot, which is
kept locked. There is no possible way
by which tho light can be turned except
by the machinery, and tlio trackman
states upon oath that the box was fas
tened and the key in his pocket at tho
He further slates that when he reach
ed the signal, which he did in less than
two minutes, the light was then show
ing white as before, the door still locked
and exhibiting no trace of tampering.
.: In those statements he is borne out by
, the aflidavits of the conductor, the en
gineer and the fin-man.
The story which the two last named
tell is so remarkable that it is appended
below in full. The incident has occas
ioned much excitement, and our corres
pondent did his utmost to get at the
tiutli of the matter, He was unable to
interview the engineer, who was absent
on his wedding trip, having, since his
fortunate estt pe, resigned bis position
for a safer occupation, and married the
woman of his choice. Tho fireman,
however, whs found, and was induced
to make a statement, which wo print in
nearly his own words, as follows:
"If it wasn't that people have been
doing pave Unmet gross injustice in
their reports of his action in this matter,
I should refuse t vuter a word. 1 am a
plain man, aud don't care to lie thought
. (ool or a liar. Hut I tun not the one
to hear a friend Blundered without say
lug a word in his defense.
On the night of the asth it ,Vas storm
ing bard when we pulled i,t f t)(J ,ju.
" pot. The ruin froze fust to everythiri"
it touched. Old beads like I lave and 1
know what that means. At. every start
and up every hard grade, your wheels
. art? going to slide around on the icy
' track ami the engine is going to rack
bcrmdf all to pioeethat i, if you, don't
, nattd her well. .Sand, you see, gives the
drivers a grip on the rails, aud after
, tho old girlgct started she can general
ly take care of herself. I tilled the sand
1k) before we started, and put an extra
bag in tiro cub in case 0 emergency.
"Jt was just after th holidays, and
the nixtiieii cum behind us were packed
full.' The road was in a bad state; such
a storm I bojw never to see again. The
: wbl(t wared, wound u o ' u, Mu,t.t
THE DAILY CAIKO
scarcely here our own whistle. The rain
poured down in a noou ana uecamo 1
sheet of ico as it fell.
We could not keep tlio front win
dows-of tho cab shut for a moment, for
the ice made a dense curtain over them
vi e had 10 let 11 ram una mow in upon
us as it would; lor we nail to keep
bright eye upon tho signal lights, most
of which looked liko pale blots on the
"Wo went tho first twenty miles with
out speaking to each other. An engi
neer may run an engine ins nietime, and
yet he never opens his valves without a
feeling of anxiety. What with the storm
and the heavy train neither of us cared
to think of much besides our own duties.
"lltit Dave was unnaturally solemn,
even for such a time. 1 could see his
face in the light of tho steam-gauge
lamp. It was pule and anxious as I
never saw it before.
"What's the matter, DavoP" I said.
"He turned and looked tit me like a
man in a dream.
"It is a fearful night," he answered,
after while. "Hear tho old machine
groan and complain liko a sick woman.
Sho knows she's in danger, I verily be
lieve. I wish the trip was over. Jim!"
'Why, so do 1." 1 said, for to tell the
truth, I was unaecountubly depressed
myself. "Hut so far, everything is all
"les," he answered, "so far. But I
bave a kind of presentiment that wo are
going to li ave trouble before we are
done with it. I have been thinking of
Marv, too, for tho past half-hour."
A vm good subject to thiuk of."
'Don t joke, Jim." he replied, sol
cninly. "It's a serious thing to think
that with the fulfillment of a man's
hopes of happiness only two days off. he
is liabe to be hurled into eternity anv
"It's a reaction," I said. "You have
been too happy and excited with think
ing of your wedding and all that, and
now, what with the cold and the rain.
you are looking at the darker sido of
"May be," he said, then he uttered
loud cry. "Great God! Look i look!"
"He was pointing out of the window
with a trembling finger, his face as
white as death. I followed the direc
tion m which he pointed, and how
shall I describe what I saw?
"i was well acquainted with Mary
iwieu, uie ginuave was going tomar
ry in two days. She and I were old
friends, and if it had not been for Dave's
better education and fine figure, we
might but that is nothing to the Doint.
As surely as I see you before me npw, I
saw mary arren men
"lhe steirm was pouring in a thick
white cloud out of the stack, sometimes
shutting out our view of the track ahead.
The headlight made a sort of reflection
upon it like the sun in a fog, and there,
right in the center of tho misty glow, I
saw the figure of Mary Warren.
"We were troino; at ton sneed. hut tho
shape glided along like a shadow, al
ways hanging in the midst of the steam.
' "The strangest part of it was that,
while she looked like a real living wo
man, suspended in the steam, I could
plainly see the glow of the headlight
through her figure.
'She appeared to be looking fixedly
at Dave, with a wild expression of ter
ror, and kept wringing her hands and
waving them towards us, as if she want
ed us to stop, a
"For the space of half a minute we
both stared at the shape, dumb and
breathless; then the steam dispersed and
the figure was gone. The whole thing
was like tho stcreopl icon views of men
and animals which they show you re
flected on smoke, and it disappeared ex
actly me same.
"When it was rne Dave slow-lv turn
ed and looked at me with a terrible ex
pression in his face."
".Mary is dead." he muttered; "that
was her spirit come to bid me farewell."
..V ,1 -IT . .. .
"io, cneu i -no, nave. 11 it was
wary at all, she came to warn you of
danger ahead. She loves you well
enough to be able to come out of her
body to save von. Cheer up, old boy,
mm Keep a ori-riit lookout. '
"V, liether Dave took my view of the
mystery or not, be kept very quiet, with
his hand upon the bar and" his eye on
the track ahead.
"Nothing happcnojl for the next hour
10 alarm us; nor did the spectral shade
appear again. Just before reaching
Klkhorn Bridge there is a nastvenrvo
in the road, and you are almost on the
bridge before you can see it. It was
here I expected', trouble, if anv were to
come, hvnietith- D.-ue was of mv mind.
for, as we turned the curve and i leaned
out to catch sight of tho bridge li-'bt, he
.... !.l ! .. I . " '
fiiei, in a low lone:
"What is it. Jim?"
"White," said I.
"hven as I said the words we both ut-
ved a cry. Dnvimr riiht before, no.
... . n r? ' " " '
iikc a cloud of steam, we again saw the
figure of Mary Warren. This time. she.
seemed bi move ranidlv ahead of n and
disappear near the bridge light, which
suddenly turned red.
"Engineers are like the engine they
miumeiiiiii certain oars ami they start,
shut certain valves and they stop. When
we saw that danger signal, terrilied and
unnerved us we were, wo did our duty
as naturally us if wholly at our ease.
"V hen wo first saw tho red light wo
were within two hundred yards of the
oi i'igo. u mo road had been dry we
could have stopped in that distance.
But though wo blew brakes and rovers
ed the drivers, the train seemed to move
on almost as rapidly as before. Dave
and I exchanged looks.
"It's all over," said be. "We'll stick
by her, Jim!"
"Of course," said I.
"I take this much credit to myself. I
could have jumped, and felt pretty sure
of saving myself, but I did not once
think of it. Js'or did Dave. Ho reached
over, with one hand on tho bar, and
grasped mine with the other.
"Good by, old man!'
"Good by, Dave. G
"Tho seconds that
;o hours. U
Oil bleaa vm!"
"The si-eotoU ilint f..ii,.,.,...r 1
liko hours. We con feel n,.
lev a"i'lr Hl'-,,ko,n, ,1U wverm-d whinl
revolved fBiy ll(er i.r. still wo
Hiioo no. 1i11.1t. .1 1 .
...... v.,.,.,, IllI)ro mowly now.
v ...... , vl,ei., ti) bridge had
the broken beam,, UI1(t thJ (Jark
"Nearer, nearer to M.at horrible gulf
M g-frelght I could eo tho brhLn,
light glaring down at us vlu. fi Sfi
eye and not a soul near it y
The wheels turned ianUa, 'fa j
TIT r T Wt W.
xii. UUAX41S; .
Was heavier. Wn litncrnMrrxl Yi
c,n men with the shock. Every now and
then tho drivers neemod to catch hold of
tho truck and tho engine would bound
iiko a spurred liorso. ve were going so
slowly now that wo could almost have
stepped oil'; yet wo slid on, and now
there was not lifty feet between us and
"blower ami slower we moved, and
then, just as our forward trucks touched
mo broken beams of the bridge, wo stop
ped. I looked up and saw that tho
signal light was white again, but I was
bo grateful, nervous and altogether so
shaken, that I thought nothing of it
"W e could gather nothing from Mary
if an cm iUTinuu, except mail sue nau an
indistinct recollection of a dream in
wnicn v&vq seemed to be in great dan
ger, which sho was trying to avert. This
is the story, sir I ofler no explanation
01 iu n may uo mat our souhj can
leave our bodies to watch'over thoso we
love. I belie vo lL Aud I believo, too.
that I owo mv life to Mary Warren's
iove ior iwe uarnet." rank Leslie
Winter Life ia Holland.
in Holland the fun of Winter life takes
many forms; and Winter facilitates lo
comotion, as the highways of Summer
available for trek-schuits become tho
nest thoroughfares for those who skate.
iu MiM way, uirectiy me ice Dears, visits
are made and distances traveled which
cannot be done in Summer, and, instead
of going round and round as wo do here
on a small confined snaeo. the Dutch
make up a party and pay a visit to some
neighboring town or village. A bright
.YV inter s morning is always exhilarat
ing, especially 10 those whoso red part-
icua are uoing meir.worK satisfactorily;
how much more so when cheerful com
pany, free exercise, variety of character,
and constant change of sceno all tend
to mark the day as a red-letter ene; ami
to crown all, comes the pleasant sensa
tion of feeling deservedly tired, with n
night's rest well earned. Should the
frost be sufficiently severe, a river is
most interesting, being on a large scale
and partaking more of the character of
a fair, .which is the case, for instance, on
tho Maas, at Rotterdam. This A very
well pictured in some of the old Dutch
engravings: one particularly gives an
admirable idea of the whole thing, show
ing sledges, ice-boats, stalls and booths.
Now, the freezing of the Maas is most
uncertain; while other waters are frozen
hard, tho Botterdamers still remain
land-bound. The Maas runs very stron"
ly, and the difficulty is for the first coal
ing of ice to form. " When a severe frost
catches the still water during the night,
then "once begun, soon done," and the
crews, who turn their berths at night,
wako up in tho morning to find them
selves frozen in. The canals naturally
soon freeze over, and the trek-schui't
traffic is supplanted by baggage-sledges,
large and small. Near dwelling bouses
are seen the little box-sledges for the
children. These are precisely the same
as the seventeenth century contrivances;
the child sits, with just room for its feet,
and, with a stick in each hand, pushes
astern and propels itself ahead. The
adult sledges are in some cases simply
gorgeous, as the opportunity afl'onfs
great latitude for form, great scope for
variety of gear, harness and trappings.
They are generally rather of the swan
outline, the "sleighers" hitting in the
body, the driver perched at the "hack, as
on the tail, the sweeping irons following
tlio m.i. f.f I.. .1
lv, nj uio o.iii aueuK; over iliese
run tne reins.
One horse generally
constitutes the team, but in an old en
graving three horses in single file are
shown drawing a sledgo da luxe Good
Taken Out of Bed,
Ur. If. V. Pierce, Ruffalo, N. Y.,: Dear
Sir I have to thank you for the great re
lief received from your "Favorite Prescrio
tion." My sickness had lasted seven jesrs,
one of which I was in bed. After taking
one oottiei wasame to ie aoout the house
Respectfully, Amanda K. Ensis,
Giving Oscar Wilde a "Cold Shake."
"One thing is settled," says' Clara
Hello in her lat letter from New York,
in the Cincinnati Comutrrriat. "Os
car will not become fashionable here.
He has been invited out several times,
to U sure, but only by persons who are
r.icd for grotcsiphTies. l,r instance,
he has dined with Mrs. John P.igolow.
She is the estimable and accomplished
wife of tin Kx-Minister to France; still
she is the oddest creature in all our cir
cle of culture and wealth. She is evei
doing something ipicer. It was through
lnr that the German official guests re
tired in anger from the recent hall to
the Yorktown visitors. Sho dresses
richly but outrageously. A dress of
blue, with hii overdress of green, is a
iniid form of her eccentricity of colors.
If fashion orders a fullness" of drapery
behind, sin; is pretty sum to disobey the
order by pulling the fullness in front.
Sltj never wears corsets; sho is in all
things original and independent; she
was sure to be the one conspicuous lead
er in society to welcome Oscar, the n-s-tbete.
As for the general public, wo
have seen him, and he has made us
mildly sick. If he comes your way, it
will be worth your while to take one
look at him, just to see what an over
grown, loose-jointed, Spindle-shanked,
vacatit-faced, unwholesome fellow may
get admiration In London. Until then
you will have to
Concelvn him, If you run.
A Hlx-fooi-two yontiK mint
A eohlry, tnoldery,
lilron his Hhouf'lery. '
All knuckles and Joints yniitijr man.
Or, if you wish something to tie your
Imagination to, recall Cool Purges in
bis song and dance, "Nlcodomiis'joliii
son." The thin legs in black stockings;
the broad, flat feet, the wide collar, tlio
swallow-tail coat, the wild hair, the hit.
otie expression, the awkward attitudes
ull these, though differing in details
make up a similarity of general elleet.
Who Is this Creature with Long Hair
and .a WIlil Eye? Ho is 11 Poet. H0
writes Poems on Spring and Women's
and Strange, unreal Things of that
Kind. He is always Wishing he was
Dead, but ho wouldn't Let anybody Kill
him if ho could Gel away. A mighty
good Sausage-Stutler was Spoiled when
tho Man became a Poet. Ho would
look well Standing; under a Descending
Piled rivnr '
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The loss of life in India due to the rav
ages of venomous snakes is almost in
credible. Yet Cousumntion. which is aa
wuy ami tutui us the deadliest Ind an
two, Is winding its coils Mound thousands
01 peopie wiiiio uie victims are uncon
scious of its presence Dr. It. V, Pierce's
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1 , -i .
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away; no nxira Irif luiimo in pnv m, repair
inn nueessary: no coal hols to pay,
(. suit It Irulwaya ready for use.
It iw Vorv Cheap.
o -'I00. Htnto paper you s.wltit ad
1 :r.Trr.rt frfrrrm
OilJKuAIlY Tl 1882
GREAT Germ DESTItOVER.
2 Prophylactic Fluid
' SMALL I'OX
K U AVMOAT K I)
t ic t I'lirlded and heal
t llllH(lllt ttlilfm .....
Hlrk rooma purlrtvd and
l'evorcd and ah-It prr
oii n-lli Y.-d aiel w
fmined ht tiaihdif
vemeti ami rnrt-n.
Wounds liea! d ripldlv.
lritrvT cured In
Huld added to Hid
Soft white complexion
aerured by tin ue in
Impure air nude harm-
lea and punned lv
Teller dried up.
It isperfi e ly tunnies.
rur sura throat it is
To pnrlly the hi-alh,
tli-aiiM the tcth, It
aii't be mrpm d.
Caurrh relievi-d and
Kcmnvt-a all unpleasant
I him in .11 Mpi.u 11.
Ship fever prevented by
In eaves of denth In lliu
buusu, It should al
ways he, used about
Ibii coipse It will
prvvuu. any unpli-s-
slit iniiell. Air anti
dote for auiiral or we
etatdc pomons. slinks.
DinilfHMU ellluvlus of
slrk roimia and hosnlt-
iilx r moved liv iih ih-
Yellow Diver era'diralt'd.
In fact it Is thereat
Disinfectant am rwifier.
M h,iifrinrinjCliemisis, SoI.E I'ltOI'ltlKTOIIS.
lubereular Dihh' ot 1juikn itnU
luhcreuur consumption of tSe lnnc Is that
nil 01 me mruaoe mo t common, most final, aud
llllftl .... .. ......! 1 - L. n. .
- . I, I'luBiuereii incurnnie. ranerrie,
....... r.n..u me 1 sine ir ueriM-a, is a mornid pro-
u ii-eU ironi ona-asen woix iu various
tans 01 uie t, uy; and In proportion as thit fluid
is impure, ann lentili of time it remains ao, ,l
tubercular d'athem ci.tiuue.
Kai.l K ven, Si ass , March S"'th. Is7!.
Jnna-a I Fellowa. Ea
Dear Sir: About three rnara ami I una artNrlf.l
nu roiKoi'tsand tuiiercu ar diee ef the Ml
luhir, and suffered fr two tears o severely that 1
was unable to attend to hnsiit-r Aliont ayesr at'o
I was advised to try Kollovn." ynip f tlpopho
pblien. and before 1 ha finished oue bottle my ar-
,...tiluu.l u.. ........ ... 1. .' '
-iirujin were greany improved, my
c Ui:h became k-sa trnub ei niu. my sleep wa
s.iuinl and rifre.hlnif. vihti h bad not been the ae
nirover a yenr. I likd nutlert-1 from 1 erviusues
mid diftlcult hreatblii all th time 1 was rick ; but
your ivrjp has cured it all I advice all persons
o.iiiiii-u 1 a 10 us reiiows 6)rup 01 Uypr
(ri-cntd)' JAMES II. SfEWAKT.
An eKi.ens chain orprKid t!crt In forme.! by
Fellows' Com pound tSyrnp of Ilypopbospbites. and
cart, raie iu rnyiDjr, mill! lollj; experience iu
meuirin. na virtues are not u.ii-iessed by any o:h
er conibicati- n.
For Sale by all Drncylsts
If yon suffer from dyspepsia, nso
I'.URDOCK It LOOP. I1ITTKKS
If you are afflicted with biliousness, hse
lll'UIUH K IiMiOD DirrEItS,
If you are prostrated with sh k bi ada. e. take
ntBDOCK M.OHi IMTTKItS
If your bowels ate disordered repulate th.-m with
bt.'nnocK iit.ooi) i:riTEns.
If your blood is Inmtirc. purify It w ith
Itt'ltlJOCK 1II.OOD HITTKKH
If yon have Indic ation, you will rind an antidote in
ltlUJKJCK Ill.OOU WTTKUS.
Ifyim arc troubled with spring complu.nts, crsdl
Icalelhem with Rl'ItUfsTK RI.OOI) IUTTEHS.
II your liv.-r is torpid restore II to htaltliy a-lion
wllh BUItDOf'K Hl.OOl) ItnTKI.S,
If your liver Is nlT.-cted voti will find a shure n-stor-"tivln
IiL"ItIMjf-K 111.00 111 ITKIW.
If ynu have any sperlea of humor or pimple, full
not to take ' Ill-ltixiCK M.onri lilTrKHS.
If you hnvear,yslmploirisofu.srs or scrofuloua
sores, a curative retnedv will ha found In
Hl llDiK.'K lif.OOl) KI'lTERS.
Korhupsrtliiatrenifth and vitality to the system,
nollilhK can epiul IintDOCK I1I.OOI) UITTKIth).
Knr Nervous and (ieneral Debility, Ume up tlm
vstem with 1JUHDOCK BLOOD BITI KltS
l'MCK 1 I'En nOTTI.B; TlllALHOTTI.ItH, KlCTH,
FOSTKtt, MIMtrEN & CO., rrop'i H,
For aulo by I' A t. l, O. SCIM'U.
I H business now I nfore lhe public
Von can muc money fus-ur at
work for tistlmn at ntivthlmr
e sn. (,'apltsl uot iiui-iIimI. W(.
will start yotl . SsTJ d.iv anil
upward made at home by the
Irdustrloiis men. women, hoys and icirl-wafted ev
ry when) to work for us. ow 1 thu tinio. Vou
ciui work In spam time only r.ralvii your whii time
to tha business, You can live at home and 1o lint
work No oilier business wl'l pay you nearly as
well. No one cun full to nmkn enormous pnv by
i-nKudlnu at once. Costly out fit and terms fnu
Mont y ma In last, easily and lionoranly, Address
1 rue A Co., Auunsta, .Vlalnti. IK.
(i RAY'S SPKCIFIC MF.DICINK
TRA08 Ml(K. Thu tlretit Rnc-
i-f sumltial wealtnex '
K -, . V spermat'irrlioa. Im
potuuev r.id all
11 a se(iiuuco
01 suii-BDusui ma;
l.r mil or """niry.
- H s'' rl li t ra 7PX
., i-... ... iiiq uni-n.,
d nnes or vision, pnimmnro old aire, d many
"iberdlseuseH Uiatlnadto insanity, consumption
or a prittniituie. t-ravu.
ttr-Kull purtlciiliir In our psmphlot, which ws
deslae toseml fre bv mail to evorvono. ttrTbu
ppeclllc Medlclna Is sold bv all drnexUt iu SI por
tiacKiiiiii, or six park nnes for i or will be sunt frea
bv mall on receipt ol Mie money, Ijt a.tdresslni;.
( THfc OKAY MEDIC1NB CO.,
. 120 Broad way, KeW York,
DOES THK lc
of ny Life lnniriic Company
tt uloiia Iraucs
1 iK'oiitoNtihlp Polioiow
.HipuMlnu dint Hie cent. act of inV,.;.:,V.. '7,
l.ot l,0 UlMeiied'' alter ll I, three e, ioM '
aifl fltat 1.0011 pollcj... slmli J?
J Viicl Immediatelv,
on receipt of sitlafart. ry proofs of
Its pollr y 1. cleur and ronrlK. ,,nd r0r.t,a
NO AJiDI'OlJS COXDITIOXS.
N. H Kl-All Vin o 1.,.. .. ...
sliort and simple lorui 11. H l,. ,1 t, ""'J'"r '
to polirr holders are
It. See the iimrv leu. .. r..,. ....... ..
ejpr-s-ln.. th.-ir (roiofl. aUon with ,b niiml irZ
their losrisi! Sav.mo, hvsi, lmalH "
s,sp!s Securely Invotcd
Surplus Securely luve fed, nearlv
K. A. J JUJiNKTT, A Kent.
(ifllce corner Kth and W'a.htnjttrB
.iVeinher U. IMI. in.'Mw
Ml I l ALAIli MK'IKTr.
A 'l JiSTITLl K mi UKK INS LB-
WIDOWS' & 0JpJI.N.S'
Mutual Am Sncim-
OF OA I HO.
"rcnnls.f JulvHth, l77,liilrr the Lavri 0
th Mate of JIHois. Cui-vrlnliU d Julv
- !!!"", llnli-r Act of ( 01.cn s.
1 'I', hi. DO. . .
J . A. l.(i.lJSI.Nr',
'I In MAS I.KW IS.'.',.
JOHN c, Wlin t..
... .. .Vti.icil Ailtiser
A self tti'it erretarf
K X K(; t; i 1 v ( o.M M I'l l K K
C. wnn e.
I- S. THO.MAM,
w. I' jci:eh,
1 H A li l O F M A N A C; K 1 18:
tist- llien i .1.',. . "' "","iioid retail dnu-
-k lond, -fi Cbesley Jlj,H, Ccoiper; Jiio. c,
White.assi.tuut seerc-larv und soli, -it r A
I.e is dealer in four aud grain ; p. ( , V"
,to",1 Alexander c v u,,kn . W Tend I ks
. ..ntrn-: or and huil.lei; i',,u, (!,,,( ! , !
m?.'..V t,e '"?' hr"nl" """Hioictnr.r: W. y
Hussel, rontia. lor and lullil-r; c T ltu,ni
ev T'i ,'efn r -","'1"y- "' flr.t. II...
o v. ,1. npencer, citnuvuiMii.hl Ij ciIs v.. I n
I) M 11 lel.,'ri ,'V ,r'!. ' IUV"r' '""'", MO.-
o. Mino-ti.rv, pbvsie an, ArUnnlon Kv J W
Tsrry -. phv cUu Kul, onTiT&tL
;ti ll i- in h"""ih, manmarturer of sad
' ''",vl ! Ind ; Ike An.lersun, swreurv
to superintendent C. St. 1.. & N . railroad. .! .
Bolivar. Ti,n . u-VrT' u-T . 1 r." "." n!"
11. 1 ...... n , .V " ' ' . " "'""i J'lie
nK, 11 , ii.iiiv norinea. .Mi
CI IK A P
WKKLY CcUllIEU JiiUItNAL.
lia lie a,l u in..!.... ... ' ' . B"Ui
ni- ireseni iitivi. M., ......... . "
nCl... u.... vw
as u r.
In this Coll n trv ns In. I. u .1 ..
viRorons war on nroti-ritv" tariff, a i.u" ',arnKM
nion imiveHinv . Vu.T .. . I r lf.n.,l,V.v mid idor
-.d tnoraiity 'of h V' " "i " ' Wlrl ty
cticn fulliHrr.i,i V """ "'"' oorrrspond
i.rt n-i - I""""' sennoiia, siuendld or
min 'forcb l"1' ."V. ?!"'!!. Hparf
the iainllvWr'.'!:",' ever, !h "f 10 m,,k0 u lIi't tS
li o yfclrtl0' '."' '"viiluabln to tho mnu of biia.
me.! 11. . . ' ""'" yv uoen etc.,
! ? 1 m " . , mP k Mid full desc.rlpt.lvo prehdtim
clre Ham will bu sent tree of cl.aru.i o ...' T. nJ?
lu,mL.r, ,nu ..,,, ..... ., ... . )h ii.w,
-ri-"' ovii'i.. ounscripi on terms, tiiistsi-e
r-for Dally. ,IS; Sunday. M5 wVeK V'l
dresa. Addrusa W. N, IJALIlTtitiM
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