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. ' Impressions.
W DRUGGISTS NOTICE.
4 Hi;, 4.
The untidy lcnnliiAJinitlovror
HuiiKH black itml barret! n It stalk,
Am' down tho wlndv imnlun walk
Tha dead luavoa aoiutur, hour liy hour.
Pitlo privet-petals white its milk
. Aro blown into a snowy muss;
The ruse tie upon tho (mm,
' Like little sumUot crimson silk.
' A whlto mitt drifts norns tho shrouds,
A wild nn ion in thla wintry sky
ClUmins like nn ittmry linn's cyo
Out of a niiino of tawny i-louda,
Tho tntillleil atoeraimui ftt tho wheel
1 hut a shadow In iho gloom;
And In tho ttirolitiluivr rturine room
Loup tho long rods of polished steel. .
Tho hnttrrpd storm hits left It trace
Upon this huge and henvliiK doino,
For the thin threads of yellow fonm
Flout on tbu waves llko ravelled litco.
A GL0EI0U3 BABBIT-HUNT.
Ono morning not long ago several
i PI ain villo boys who had a habit of stop-
ping on their way to school to seo the
morning train arrive from tho city were
made very indignant, and not for the
first time either, by tho nppearanco of
half a dozen city sportsmen with guns,
who had come up to track rabbiU over
the snow. Not that tho boys eared for
rabbits, for they didn't; rabbit-skins did
not bring a icnny in tho market, and
tho boy mothers not only refused to
have rabbits cooked for tho table, but
they did not even think thorn good
enough to give to the poor. 15ut Plain
villo rabbits belonged to Plainvillo peo
ple, and not to strangers in tho city.
Til tell you how wo can slop it,
boys," said Joe Grant, as ho and tliree
other hoys crept slowly niong to tho
ichool-liouse. "Let's go rabbit hiintintr
ourselves every fair day until there isn't
s n rabbit loft in tho township; then wo
can laugh in our sleeves whenever wo
see these city fellows coming into
town with their guns and game-bags."
"Good!" exclaimed Frank Parks;
"but when can wo do it except on Satur
days?" "And what with?" asked NedWhitllo.
'We haven't guns, you know."
"Wo can go out for a couple of hours
before school every morning," replied
Joe. "As for something to shoot with,
I can bit a mark as big as a rabbit at
thirty yards with my bow and arrow."
"And I," said Harry l)cvenuix,"h:ivo
a glass tube to blow stool-pointed darts
through, you know."
"Pin a good shot with a stone," said
"Father lets mo firehisold brass pistol
on Fourth of July," said Frank, "and I
guess he'd let me fire shot out of it if lie
were at homo, if lie know it was to bo
done in defenseof tho rights of the town.
His giandfather fought at Lexington,
"All right, then," Hiiid Joe. "Lot's
start at six o'clock to-morrow morning;
tho rabbits will le up ami looking for
breakfast before we are. Wo can meet
at Widger's big oak tree on tho Hock
Hidge road, go lialf way around town,
. through the fields in loss than two
hours, and get homo, lake breakfast
and reach school by nine. Is it a bar
"Yes," said all tho other boys, and
they talked tho matter over until they
reached schooL and again at tho morn
ing recess, as well as at noon, during
tho afternoon recess, and ofter school,
parting at last with an interchange of
Injunctions to be roused by their families
servants at half past live.
Jo Grant, with his bow aiiu threo
best arrows, yVas at Widger's big oak
tree before six o'clock next morning,
and Frank Parks, coming rom another
Cart of the town, arrived on time; but
oth boys waitetl at least a quarter of
ta hour for Ned Whilllo, and even then
Ned had to confess that ho had forgot
ten to provide himself with utonos.
Somo more precious moments were
wasted in kicking tho snow from tho
, edgo of themacadamizod road andlooso
ning stones that wen; not too small but
just small enough. liy this tiniu liar
ry Deveraux arrived, and tho boys lenp
tid a fen"? "ml followed it inner line
at a rapid rate in search of a rabbit's
They soon found one and "trotted be
' fddo it toward a gully full of low shrubs.
V As they reacheif tho edgo of tho liltlo
hill above the gully Frank exclaimed,
-There he Is!"
And there ho was sure enough a
fine tuck-rubblt nibbling buds from a
shrub as peacefully as If there was not
a bo? within a thousand miles. "Whiz."
( wont Harry's dart, Joe's bowstring
, twanged, a stone Hew rapidly across tho
gnow, r ranK SJaiucr sorasspiHioiroarati
' gloriously, and away went that rabbit
' across tho gullyund up the opposite hill
' aide, as if be had suddenly hoard that
' aonie farrnor's cabbage hole was open in
For an instant the boys looked at ono
anothor in surprise, but Joe exclaimed:
'He must have been hit; lot's get him!"
and dashod after the rabbit followed by
the other boys. Gaining the opposite
hill and turning his ankle on the way,
Joe strw the rabbit in another field
about a quarter of a mile away and still
running; looking backward he saw Frank
and Ned at his noels, but Harry who was
fat and rather clumsy was on the ground
and in diiliculties with a running briar
vine; when finally ho arose ho display
ed a bloody nose and two eyes full of
"Como on, cry-baby!" shouted Joe
in the most heartless way in tho world.
Harry camo and explained that ho was
not crying about his noso.lmt became in
falling ho had broken his darling glass
dart-blower square in two, but Frank
cheered him liy explaining that now lie
had two dart-blowers instead of one.
It was hurriedly determined that it
would not pay to follow the Hoeing rab
bit who now was out of sight, so search
at onco began for another track.
Fortune favored them within live min
utes, for they camo upon two tracks al
most parallel. Joe and Frank followed
ono and Ned and Harry tho other, Har
ry mopping his nose ami eyes with his
handkerchief until soou his 'face looked
like that of an appallingly savago
Apache Indian. Tho tracks soon diverge'
eu, descending along the tyoMes of a
small barren spur that jutted out toward
a swampy flat. Pretty soon Harry and
Ned heard Frank's pisUd and hoped ho
had missed lirevbeeauso they wanted in
kill the first rabbit. Their track led'
them beyond the spur and to a swampy
thicket as largo as a city smir.ro; from
tho centre of it rose a dead tree or two.
Ned peered in as far as ho could see tho
track but ho saw no rabbit; Harry eag
erly stumbled farther around tho thick
et, heard a noise, looked in, saw some
thing that looked like a rabbit, put his
tube to his lips and blew a mighty blast.
In an instant he heard a strange sound,
half scream, half groan.
"I've hit him!" exclaimed Harry to
Ned, who joined him just then, "but I
never knew before that rabbits could
make such a noise."
"Give him another shot nut the poor
creaturo out of his misery,'' suggested
Nod, but then both boys hoard Joe's
"Stop that, will you? You've shot me
in tho foot."
'Ob, dear!" groaned Harry, as Joo
camo plunging out of the thicket, and
yet Harry hoped that Joe had boon hurt
badly enough to cry. so that lie could bo
called "cry-baby." Hut lie hadn't; his
eyes wero full of lire instead of tears,
and it was not until Joe had explained
that he had boon crawling through
tho bushes ou his hands ami knees,
in search of an arrow that he had
fired at a rabbit that run in on Hie
other side, and Harry had cxphiiucdhy
lifting his own foot, thai, the upturned
jolo of a shoe does not look unlike a
rabbit, that good feeling was restored.
Iven then, Joo wanted it distinctly un
derstood that ho was badly hurt, so the
Coys sympathized with him, and ho sat
down In tho snow and took oll'his shoo
and stocking. When he found that tho
leather of tho shoe hail protected his
foot so that the wound was only about
as big as a pin-prick, and on tho outer
edge of tho foot, where tho skin is very
thick and arteries nnd nerves quite
scarce, ho looked very sheepish and re
placed li is slocking so ijtiickly that ho
negloctetl to knock the snow Ironi it.
Harry, who thought that he hud never
been so tired before in all his life, pro
posed that the party should surrourd
tho thicket and wait until tho rabbits
imo out again, but Joo and Nod voted
liin down. As for Frank, Joo did not
know what ho had shot or where hu
was, so ono after another tho boys
whistled and shouted tho various sig
nals peculiar to boys, but heard no re
"As likely as not he'sfollowing a rab
bit that ho thinks he's. hit," said Joe;
you never know what irank Parks
will do when he's excited. Don't let's
wasto any more time; here goes for an
other track and better luck." So sav
ing, Joe dashed oil' with Ned and Harry
close behind him.
It really seemed ns if all the rabbits in
tho country were out for a walk that
morning, for soon tho boys eumo to a
piaco where several . tracks crossed.
Kach boy selected a track for himself.'
and started oil' in tremendous earnest,
for Joe suggested that they must, al
ready have co!isu.i"d more than half
Joo soon came within view of his rab
bit, and fortunately the animal was sit
ting in a contemplative attitude as if
wondering where lm should go in search
of a breakfast. Joe thought the shot
rather a long ono to venture, but ho did
not dare risk his chances by trying , to
get closer, so ho drew his arrow back
to tho very head, when suddenly tho
string snapped. Joo said something
thatliis father would not have approved
of, but the rabbit did not hoar him;
then Joe, who was a cautious fellow and
always prepared for accidents, took a
fresh string from his pocket, rust rung
his bow, und again drew his arrow back
for a long shot; but this tinio it was tho
bow itself that broke, splitting from tho
notch at ono cud in such a way as to bo
While Joo had been coming to grief,
Harry was plodding along in his slow
but comfortable way, thinking of noth
ing in particular except the breakfast
that ho wished ho had eaten before ho
started, when his own rabbit jumped ui
from beside a loir so jiear that 1 lurry
was just about to stop over it. Harry
stopped short ami exclaimed "Dear
me!" by which time the rabbit hud cov
ered about forty yards and was speed
iniron toward the brook. Harry blew
dart after dart, all of which fell short
and lost themselves In tho snow. I lieu
Harry, for whom excitement could do a
great deal, broke into a run, shrewdly
calculating that the uniuial would bo
stopped by the brook and might double
on its own tracks. Hut no; tlio rabbit
disappeared nttho edgo of the brook
ro-appcared on tho other side, and ran
into a hollow stump. "Hurrah!" shout
ed Harry; "that means that tho brook
is frozen!"' And so it wits, for when
Harry readied it that brook's surface
was as smooth ami white as a level rom;
under the snow. Hurry dashed upon it,
right in tho rabbit's tracks; the leo bent
a little under him, but tho opposite bank
was not six slops away. Suddenly ho
slipped, then ho fell, then ho regained
kin loot, but iu water kaco-deep, and ho
DAILY OA IRQ BILLKT1N;
slowly sank several iiehos deeper it
seemed to him several feet. He plunged
and struggled and broke his way through
the ice to tho shore, but when lie struck
terra lirma ho found tllat he had left ono
shoe somewhere in the muddy bottom
of the brook. . This w,as too dreadful,
for only a week before he had promised
his father, who Imd ,noiie 'oo much
money, that he would be ii"re careful
of shoes in the futiirj!. The idea of
wading into the brook and searching for
the lost shoe was terrifying, but love for
his father made Harry eipial to it. so.he
groped in the bottom unsuccessfully un
Jtil bis arms were nearly frozen and' cov
ered with mud besldo. Then ho went
homo crying. Hy the time ho had ex
plained to his mother and been scolded
and changed his clothes ami eaten his
breakfast, ho remembered that he had
not looked in the hollow stump for tho
rabbit. Somehow, though, lie did not
go back to do it.
As for Ned, ho followed the tracklhat
ho had selected until lie found hiniM'lf
on the farther side of tho thicket in
which Harry hud shot Joe. Suddenly
he came upon a boy's footprints and a
drop or two of blood. Ha! evidently
Frank with his pistol had shot a rabbit!
Just then the "first bell" of school, which
rang at a quarter before nine, sounded
through tire dear morning air, and Noil
.determined that as it was time to hurry
back anyhow anil go without breakfast
in order not to bo reported late, ho
might as well follow Frank's footprints
with the chaneo of ovurljakin him and
seeing his rabbit. j
So jsTed hurried alonf, and as lie ni
proached the second house after reach
ing the high road ho saw Frank coming
out. Ho Tiad no rabbit, but ho did have
a bandaged hand in it sling, and on
Ned's asking for an explanation Frank
"Tho pistol burst ami broke one of my
lingers. Farmer Jones' wife did it up
for nio. Father always said that the old
brat pistol wasn't safe with shot. I
wish I ever cytild get sense-enough to
remember whatever father says."
Joe reached school hungry, breathless
and very red in the face, about half a
minute after the last stroke of the last
bell, and Ned joined him two minutes
later. Harry did not appear until tho
afternoon session, and Fra nk was absent
for a week. The results of the trip
summed brielly wore as follows:
Lost recesses for a day, two; ditto for
a week (Harry's), one; bloody noses,
one; turned ankles, one; wounded feet,
ono; empty stomachs until noon, two;
broken bowstrings, one; broken Ijows,
one; lost darts, seven; broken glass tube,
one; lost shoe, one; hurstc-d pistols, one;
broktm linger, one; rabhits caught, none;
disgusted boys, four.
The grand systematic movement in
defense of tho right of the township to
its own native rabbits has not been fal
lowed up with that persistency and vigi
lance that are the attributes of all true
patriotism. Joe, Frank, Ned and Harry
iiavo since soon many a party of city
sportsmen alight from trains at tho
Plainvillo slat ion,, but the worst they ever
"I hope they'll have tho same luck
that we did," and the reader must admit
that no unkinder wish Could possibly bo
Ami yet when cither of the boys tells
tho story of their unsuccessful morning
he is certain to say:
, "That was A c.i'oifioirs riibliil.-liijjitt"
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ali lans hud hwjn trjrlnv for four years.
i.. - i "nian.or WashliiRiaii, Ohio, ssysl
1 1 IT """Kii-n ii Hfioie hy rmir iirouilirenl I
.hrHeUM, i,a thut, Ii. was afiorwrdj curU by
says li was nt eii.-u-.l to liB, twin, liluttau I
lieyoud belief, but Kldn.--Vui t cured Lliu. 1
H. M. R. Oundwln an jt.lllK I., ...j
Anna 1 Jarrett nf Smith ai..h, v v .... I
ItbntMifvn jranmniilTwInic rrmn hldni-y troublesl
...lei uiiirr - iiiJliLMblulul wuaUUUVU toy Uiu USD ull
iviiiuuy-n uiK f)
Jnhn H. lAwrsnce of J-kin. Tsn. iifrrfi I
for years from liver and kMni-r tiil.le ne
Kldnsy Wort madu lilm well. f
Michael Culn of Moiitir'imArv Cmtttr e",
uir-rcilelulilji'um Willi kl-liu-r dilllenliy audi
was iinabla tn wurk. Kidney Wort mails aimi
wen aa oTor.
Constipation and Piles.
I IVIt is out nn in Iev VfUlil. Farm In
Mn cans, one paeuaKaof itlilrii uiaaensii-uuaru
of medioiiie. aiwi in Liquid Farm. ep t oo.
crolrated, for Uioaa u.al cuiiut rvauiir ure
if 11 aeti vllh tiunl tfflcirney in tiltr form.
GET IT ATTI1R DUCCOIBTS. I'RICK. f 1.00
WKI.LS. KK'llaltDSOSaCo.. Prop'i,
W'lUK-nit tha dry post-paid.) HI Itl lHSTOy. T.
(J17 St. Clinrios Htrt ef, J tft-ls.Mo.
A PDtfnUr vrnd'DitA nf two Mr !v -n ''illr.?:, hiut wa
lonjr lut'tiUnt ttwt iui (:H.!,tl.hJ,.. i. n Sf 1 cui,n'j
city ptjwnmtinv.'.un.) i.llo' i frtu h -i iw. oy; nl:.
Urmary 9ypbtlitio ur Men iri. Ar' tcVou i(
Throat. Skiti orJLk"..(ur'(. HuMr, -i(t.t"iy
pernmtoi rhca.ScXUfil liebility uittl laijKiwy
M tu r ult of SMf-iil-u , tttu tl ux"n"fc i in in .'-in f
yertr.orovr bniinuortc, i-nviuriiiK Drvn j- r, -f,tu
H fDilHHioui, iHbljity, liiutri n HolhiKDt.i'!'- i!,f i t.t.i
ory, phyrilrtil drcti. uvirsioa to h'f f tiiiluh.,,:, A
Wftft, lws(jf fiuil povr,ijlflit lowfl.rfri'lMfirii u ?i
riur imyropti.ure triuHnuot!j'rurtil. ( oh-.ii it ,f .1
(itofln-t. or y iu;iU ire and invitfrl. I'Mtii. h.ut -'jtuuiD.
ModicifsMS iMint liy inwii or r;r". t um
fpin .mtfvwl, Whfrd'Mibt rtiV It lb duck I v tn L
MARRIAGE i pim
FINE ) I I I
1 u wrt.ilf KUir), welMold, hh it inti-iiu to !u 11
fo!lr.7iti!i "iilijHi'tri: Who inuf m rry, wr'ir .t. .1
MtLL-...., H 'iBiitaood, J'hii'Hl (Jucpr, U ij i
n.iir, y ; to hffj Hnti biipf'iriHHr. mnylm !acr'A-i , 'fii t
of ft'liouy nn 1 exo!, und tnitiiy mop. Tlio" lii.irri -3
or r.-nn.liit.in(i uaH'-riai.'nthoait, nu. i It tin a tur u
dr luck nnd kt-y. 25 rtn. d .Tn.il In nimify ur -
1 It ! .'.
I I i Sol Wonkm--, lit Mur.hoxl. Ner
Dom ini) Memory and lJUordi is Lo'.ci.ion 'v ..,,
Atiy'. Any drwutat. h thni- r'niicni rt. lu
Ch9nut ft, St. Loul, Mo. nt nM ...,
(Xh.tuiuHtcur Bi rixiaiori h'jr. H.mwtl V 1.
.'fiH, lPHo:ncy,iII fi'rnitof Hvphliii.'i tui'rrsi
,"injd lJufrtril.i,i All ti' di nfM r- il l.i f'.-i !
ft' tf-nhu..eironStor HKpot iint rutfii 1iir llf vk'i
nadi''lM-. Advue ir. Chiutiw luv.. tVi'r vi u
.i Hiilrtconilin'.r. dymttly'ti Jiolr f-ir 1 of rit. .
il A R R ! A G EI CM I Q SE &X
A vnlnahle Dlacovery and NwI)iartiimliiMd
tciil hun.noo, ao entiroly Now and positively Hilmitli.
lirae,lyfor thHB-edvand wuineni,('nr oi Bml
nia Emission, and Impotency by tlin only trun
way, viaj: Ulrect Applieutlon tothe prlnciial Meat
of the I bMaim,ac-tlu by AtorpUun, aad eisrtlnrf
It .siwrlliolntliienreon thu Bemlnul Vesicas. )(
uhitory Dnet,lroBtate01nnd,an(l Urethra. Thu
,he Hemedy U attended with oo plo or incon
yenlenco, aiiit doea not InL-rfere with the ordiuaiy
pursu Its of llf, u I, quickly dissnlved and soon al'
ativu ellM-t iioou tlio seiual and nervous orioinl7i.
t iiDswrelted from sulf.abiuo and eieewiMi,RtiiiiilD,t
tue druin from the ayntetn, riwinrlnn the mind to
health and pound memory, removln the Dinmoaj
of biKht, Nervous Doblilty. Contusion of Idona,
Aversion to Society, -to.,ot, and theappiMiranra
pt premature old use nsually aeconij-anyiiiK this
tro'ihU), and rtrlnr perfect. Sexual VlKor.whera
ll baa noun doruiaut iuryoara, 'ihia oimlnoi tn.uU
inent has atood tha test Id very Severn caxwi, and I
Berlliod lntlii.se troubles, and, as many tan bearvflt
nessto.wlth butllttlelf anviwrmanentiiood. Thorn
Is no Nonsouso about this l'n-ianitloo. practical oh-
seryat Ion enables ua to iKwIMvaly Kunrnntee that it
will (rlveatlfnetlon. lJurin the elwht years thai
It has limn In iteneraluso, wo bavethouiumdsof test I
rnonulsaH to Its value, and it Idtinw enneded by the
Medical 1'rrtre-alna to la tho most rut lunal mnansyob
dlm-ovured of reaching and curinirthia very provalent
troiihlo, that la well knoaDtobethoeainMiof untold
n-lsery to ao many, and upon wimmquacke pn-y with
tbnlr uisduM nostrmn and bin fica. The lie.neily
1" nut uplo neiit boms, of throo situs. No. l.lonoiiHn
to last a mouth,) tit No. P, laudiclent toeffis t ap,
znanont cure, unless In sovuro cases,) to; No, .'.
(laxllna; over threa mouths, will einn emis-dnna aid
rosUire vljr.ir In the worbt oai',)"7. Kent by mn'l
si-Hld, In ulaln wrappers, I'ull riREC'i'IONB fifc'
uslnif will nceoni puny EACH 1IOX.
sciiii lor ru'tiion fcKi riirtio -oifi)in-
let gh'ltiff A iiffil I lliittlriittnttH
oiui 'f'Nf inioiiv. ;(, u vill l otioiiico
f.'m tiioxf Hlnflictil that then van hn m
I If a for t hn ln lieu nf lift; mnmn UUifw
Mie-vui UJfv.ftcd. tHttal OXLk tli .
iPM(t-t'il tp-r'fH ttioiinouw.diul fit. m
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'C. CHCMISTi
Market and 8th 8ts. ST. LOUIS. Ma
Cru.t nli Clit -Jt if .P'uuM'd., m. 1 , h h.nwn-
ll CMltJltl'Il IhUJItvli tSll Olll tlll;U IMlll.llt HW'di'UHl'H.
i'uUihih of t.i(. hltKid, fk..ur ( ittii-, li nt.-ii .nn tf.
c-, wit.hr. it iiNititf Aioivnry or '. 'MMiitnif Mfilelh m,
VCUWC- TKM w,lu riiltm lr; fuim tiiHutlHi-'H
imi.wrtfNjixuAT.iui h tii.4vr.Mi tnu u n Ilia vui
tint (or ht.M(. -n ur finrrlH.r. fttriini,rilj' (miK),
iwfki.ial i'tii.kili.t'ii h iu (.reifrifd, wmcii i FMK .4 uii'l , t
t.l. Lilt oriiMiiiiif ft trt-iimwtrrtl br (itlm-iii JuiMliir Ifti1
1 rtiixiiik iiiiririiitr trun Kiiiann "IhmiIiI iiim1 (heir i'lln',, k
fl It'ti fti iMiicllili.(i It. I lit' I r kI vtuttiiif ll li ii i it n Ir u,J
tiHiiiiiiiiicsh'iis ilnrtly rui.ti lcirllnl, .i.n! nlitniKi t.u n lihran.u
DIL lit i i A, lA NortU ML. tit l.ou), jWo,
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viiitlm of youthful Imprudence ranitnt Prrma.
hire liecay, Norvoiia Debility, Iost .VamHip-t, utu,,
buyin tiled lit vain ovary known remedy, hn dia
oovrri da simple aelf curo, which hnv ill seiul F1.I.E
to hi Mlow-suflen'm. addres J. II. Jtlir.vi'.H,
U, tkaUinui aU N. Y.
. Assurniic Society,
U'OlJromhvHj', New York,
LAW, EST BUSINESS
of any Life Insurance Company
INTl lI i WORTjI).
I alone issuns
IiicoiiiestiblH J Jiciies. i
tipiilMliiv that Ihe rom w of inuraiico -sliall '
, Mil hit ill-)-it( alter it I three tears old.
and lliMi huch policit-s shull b
Jiitl ItumocJiutelv, j
on receipt of Mitlsfacl. ry proof o d.-ath.
lis policy Is c!es and roiiclse, and coi.talti j
NO AJIDIMHIS C()M)!T1()1
N. -l.'PAP V'M'P 1H cV 'nmpa:-il.c
short and sitiip'e mini csei! by Ihe Kiinliile .r.il.
lliedonir and nl.-ci re ii.iitrui -s loam d d.wii.l'!;
te.-lii.li a! I ties Ishii. d !.y mher loinpuiiie I
I') poli' v holder are
N 11 Heell" ii-s'y letlei. rrnm pollcv Li pi. , .
eipr-sslii" tli- i. ifisutliHUon with Ihe return. t,,...
lllCir 1'ONllMI .MVIMH I INU I'OI.ICIH
I'ec-aiiMi ol iti
(Hnstaiuliii x JiMiViince
Assets Securely Invested
311 LLI 0NS.
.iiriilus Scimcly In vo ted, ii.mHv
J :. A . jMLTUN KTT, A went. A
Office, cornei l ith d tVa.iilr tr.n.
Noveiuher .'4. lnHl. m:)dv
A SUKSTITUTK YV.ll UVK IXSllJ. ,9
WIDOWS' cV OHI'IIANS"
iMuTUAh All) kSuCIKTY
OF OA I HO.
Organized July 1Mb, l.'i;:, I i.di r the Uw 0
th Mute of IllinoK Coptriulited duly
, 1877, 1' ml i-r Ai-tolCoiiurigs.
Ol J'K :KKrt:
V' ' 1,1 "l Vice President
. A. liOMiHTINK... Tieasurer
1. J. (itilllmN Meuicnl Adviser
' H ' M A s I.MVIS r eerelar- ,
JOI1S C.WH1TK As: itr,creirr
J'.Xl'X'UTiVKCUMMlTl KK- .
II. I.KIt.im.N. I., h. THOMAS,
J C. WIll'IE, V. F. 1M U II
J. H. .MctiAIlLY.
HCJAIil) OK MAN'AOKIWi
William Stratton. of Stration A bird, win lesale
Utorers; i mil u. M'lilin, holei.ale and reliill (Iriii-.
Lil ; Ila.en 1. dliton, c-i nilssl-m inerchiitil ; .las.
S. Mef label IiioiK... ,l...l... I 1 i
... j, ,,,.,, w, , ,,i,iiiiii( iiup.
K'lttli: J. A. CloliUlliie. oflioldstlne f. lloscnwater,
-iioiepiliu nun renin or' (.'I-IIUS, vf Will r. I 1 1 C (I
P . ......I... I B ...... I . II.... I. I.'.IJ .. '. . ,
;"f , , , . ' ",:,,r,v i'.iiis. city print- r ai.ii
book biud. r; Chesley llavne,, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant s.creinry and" solieltor: Albert
I,els, dealer In four and iitaln; K, llross, presl- j
dent Alesauder Couiily llm.k; ti. W. Hendricks,
eoiilraetor and builder; t yru ('HU ,,t.,Ural
Jirent-l homas l,e is, secretary nnd ati,rev at
'""", '"" r- ""' iniinuiai tnrer; W r
Ku.sel, coiilinetnr aid linlder; C. 'J- Uudd
uin-nt t', Kt, L. A' N. u. railuoad ; Mcse I'hlllips.cur-
lil.nixe 11 A I -li ll tn I.I.,.. . . ' ...
I, i.i. uinii,.-, i airo, ins.,
lu-v. .1. hlienc.er. cietuvit,,.!, ui T ..,.tu . , .,
Ililhuno, clreliil clerk, Mississippi coiinly. fliarle
ton, Mo. 1 .1. II .Moore , lawver. Commerce, Mn
I). Hintfli-ti.rv, phvsh lan, Arllnctou, Ky.s J. W
. . i .,,,..11, rvv., ttiii, iivaii, furnier,
Mnrrtt. 1 A. Ml,, nlwir.K - i
-., ' .., -: "' ;, ..,r.ii.iiu, nirer in sen
d erv, hviinsviH.i, Ind ; Ike Ainlersuu, ie reiarv
to stiperitiU'iidetit ('..St. I,. & N 0. riilln.iid, .luck'. s
sou, Tenti.; J. H.'M v-itsur, vldivilrwu ,it -IT
r,'.1,?:.! ':!!?:., T.ll;:v.""), "buz n,jr
, ,,. 4... n i, ' ' 'J' """"'f. "UiXle Advi
..r..Ki.i,u4, ijuiir nurilM'S, Ml-.
VKKLY CdUKIKli JlUIKNAL.
lie Courior-Jotiriml, Henry Wateison. Killlor,
is hy cliciilaMon nnd reputation thu a, knowledncd
epresentativo Newspaper of Ihe Koulll. A a ft
liible and valiinhle newspnper, It has no superior
In this country or In the world. It makes earnest
viKoniti war on protective tariff robbery imrt Mor.
moh polyuniny, twoevll that bltuht tliti rosperlty
and morality of the t.wtcil hiuns. It Is able,
""Kill and newsy, conloinsthu slrotiKiistedliorliiis,
Iho inosl complete summary of the news of I lie
world, the best tcloftac,ic ami yvberal correspond
enre, full turf and stock report, irurket reports,
lashlon reports, Tiilmano' si-rmons, siileinlM nr-
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nient for children, answer to correspondent, vlc
etc. i in a wiird, evervlh nil to make It a ilolliihl lo
the lamlly circle, and Invaluable tn the nun nf hi.
Ines. th rarnier. Ihe nn'chanlc, nurt 1 tin lulu, mi .
Hpec.imen coplu nnd full descriptive premium
circular will he sent free ufcharnulouiiy oue nu
application. Kuliscrlptiou terms, postriru fite,
are-forI)nlly.tl-4j Hiindav,; WeeVly, .MI.
Any one seiiifiuu fttnr yearly niliscrlber and si
tlollars, will hoeiiililed to an oxim copy of the
Weekly Coiirler-JoHrnal one year, free In any ad
dress Addrej. . W. N. 1IA1.DKMAN,
I'resldonl Courlor-Journal Co., l.uuljvllk, Kj. .