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IKVAKUBI.T i ir
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, Shad jwj on the Curtain.
tav rneM i. nu.u
T nm a fcirUi'W, merry mill iry, . '
With' imiIiIiii lit trmil'l" mo lure,
1 hut seen hi window, JiMt iurr tbo way,
'lb-, change nf iimny a yenr.
Wiien tut. I'lirlairi U Uuwn, at the clime of ttio
Tbr? r shadow Hint often apiwiw. '
fball I tell jfuu tbo ilr)7, Aa, well! yau will
II , . 4
It is only tale f the c mmni,t kind.
1 w nniniitr mi I fining you may smile t
A nry ''Hoatl IJcimimel" In majrier and str'e,
ljr feature were ruddy, ipy loelb were llko
han.tMimn rtml f.biwt uf llw. laul If til irlrl. .
a hi Hn iim'i inni nn
III an liwl Inrit happened, 1 fiiliit'y reeiill,
loved ml 1 but 1 llir tbroiiU II ill,
What comfort it wae In tbo dull day of
Aa 1 JInily Ml In inr desolate worn.
Whrn my laUir wMdnne at Hie end of ihodny,
Aifl rami at that wlii'liiw, jnt over Inn war,
Whrrua pair of young lmrs, ill to ed and
Had built tbeiu a neat" mid wr hidden from
For ibeeurtaln was down and notxxly could
Hut tnoir"tAithMnlo" shadow pronrcd tome,
f iich pictures of rapture, of Joy and dellybt.
1 forrot my own griefs at U-holdln rbc sight.
Many mouth paar I away, many changes and
1 could tec, o'er the way, li. my nolKbtMir'i af
fair; Their kiwi grew svanty, their curl ilu unr
And d,mi together the lovern were area.
TU.'ii raiuc u'vr tb.il rurtaiu acw form of do
I.lko lm. In A boltlr, iliat appeared in my
fme ekidlnir, low arxikcu, were brought to
That I wn reluetant amt virry lo hear,
WUtln hnfll crln of t titl'lrru, in rnn and af
frlKlH. Wer wtided nwny on the wind i.f the nlfht.
Tlieiv werv rUmlowaof ttM Itant woro noitil
That ma le me rejole that niy ilr:t wa fr r,
Tlinl in)' Mo unimiuini k I ly f.iltor nnd
That my peaee wa iiuLuikcn Ij family Jar.
The wind. iw iidowii, Imii my nrl.bltor ara
'I be Inter l In Ilia- wltlinut any hilr.
FiTbiMiin l iliiiiiky head, lxib twhln I and
M n uimrth and a tarena Die knolmf a ! r 1
Hi rlok'leta bare inuinbM nnl jr-me ft. d riiy,
rr (liii(i'r,oiiee teiiilrr hu e turn ibeiu nwav;
The ilanitliien ar m irrind, the ton all iu-
Tb liver ar left In their dwell in ir al'iN";
lod crieof OMiiti'iitmn arc truii'bt V my
TVaour l.mt. unpli nani, nnd frightful to bear;
Tuc wife i'iii4 iriumphnir. ; 1 near her miii
Tli bnl4iiid Milniil: aa hp elenrhci lier
Airl the viun lt t but 1 bear and llin fl,'l.t th it
llrinoonifirt. delight, andeontentment in me;
K'irtlie witi:in I U'V-tl laa.lll living tn-dny,
The wife of uiv imivhlxir Jiut uer ib
THE COFPEHIKG PET.
I v watnli'rine; tlmiuli tin? suhurt
of fn! of our Mii.ili-t ami nnt T tit r:i
" Mf niMirl Iimi, when I i-anie ujxm the
jrravf juril. Om )f tln jrrnvi'i jmrtiiMi
larly aUr:tft'it my intention. It v.rwt
fitvirnl hy a Lir'i nml flat Mu
wliirh 1xrJ an iiiTurijiiion renlin aa
"IKtc Iw laxly anil wuiMly ub-Ntiitii-r
of C';itaiii William Mi rren, a
'fkipMr of llifc jMitt, ami fat Iter of Polly
MiTvcn, Hliofaili'ilfrmn lierr in tin o-l-rriwj
I'll, in July. l--'.. In isiil lie
M.t Ixtni in tlii town, wlicrr lit1 died in
171. Tin' bixly sh:ill r in:iiii lien- until
restirri'tti'il ly thu lat trump, ami tlm
worliUy aulwlaiifp shall &tay itli it un
f il liN tlaulitpr Polly shall raie lhi
htonoAml lake front uiulcr it her own."
A 1 v:tturiiiii niyny from tlio fjnive
1 haw on tlm mail -tin ihlerly matt nn
iroarliiu. 1 huil nii't him iVforo. lie
was a weatlHT-lwatt'ii prrsotiai'. with a
ra-fariiij; demeanor, ami hit name wn
AVotjiK-rment SnnclifZ. I aw ho was in
h hurry, Imt I ttopH'l him ami a'.ked if
hi wmhl t'xplitin th: iiiHcription on this
"h'snir'iii," ho saM, "Ihatyon .should
rk tun aurli a tiling at t Iti-4 time. The
(''iti'' I'd U n In in oil' the liar; I've'
been n wati'hin' fur her fur u-ars nnd I
fHii't W. iniMook In h-r. Shull Porno
over at liMi water, and I've hocn to
hunt onr-piloN, hut nil thnt- of 'em liavo
Z up th riwr lUli'm;;. I'm no pilot
hut I'm o'm out lo flit I'd in my boat,
J ho caplain otiht to know the bar, fur
ho was rant'il lu-rv, and pfihaps he'll
luin-r htr in hiiiLielf. If yon like 111
taku you out with nic, nml I'll tell you
ill about that tir.btoiie on the way."
I replied that nothing would ileum
rif litdlj;r,x and in tiftoon nilnutf wo
wrru rowiti); ovrr (hu harbor toward the
"Hilly Mt'rwn," said Wonderment,
"wi an old friend of mi no. 1 lo made
ninny v'yajri'H and brousht hack many
' iMir'u tiling, iriiiolpallv made mit ot
wlmlcN' jaw bom'. Ho fiad ft peat lik
ln fur Hiit'lt ' tnattfra. ntid'hc'd a had
hii ftwn lioni't made of whaWjaws if
he eottld Iuivm dom; it. Ho hud one
child, namotl I'ollv. and hor motlierditHl
when she wa llttit. Nine yOUM tigo,
when lNilly whs tdmut eighti'i'ii, hIio
inarrifd yoimg Allm. of ihU town, nntl
iillt,'t .awny In Minted on that Mono.
Two veiir.' after thnt the old man died,
and he h ft all he hnd tt Polly. An I've
heeii told, even thin' was turned into
money, which was put Into un iron box,
nnd liurled under his pravextotit'. Acr
cortliir t tlireefmns he left, the money
Is to wait there fur her fur a hundred
yearn, fur swine of the women Meroemt
iive n longtime. If fhe tjon't eomc fin
it In the luindred vnirs. the iiione, is to
lie given to the oldest man in the town,
and when he dies to the oldest one left,
nnd m on tmtil it's all gone."
I thought eld Hilly Mereon. was the
nioat foolish testator I had yet heard
of; hit I ilid not nay no.' I miggested,
however, that the iron box might be
"Some folks thinks," mid the old
mini, "that there's iiolhln' much in that
box, nnd homo folkn thinks there1 loin.
Hut however 'tis, them 1m no man in thin
town would touch that grave."
I wnsgretitly'inleresled in tlm story,
' nnd wim hlniost as iinxttma as old Won
derment himself to get out to the i'ojy
ixrinij M nml sec what would couio of
We. weiti noon out at Ken, and n we
nppnmelied the vessel I saw that Won
derment had not been mistaken. Her
name, the Copierin H" was painted
in fresh white luttein on herbowv Anslit!
lay to, before a moderate breeze we were
soon on iHiard.
When we renehed tho deck Wonder
nK'iil n-kfd for the enplain.
"All right Kir!" mud a sailor, 'She is
She! The old man and I opened wide
our eyes, but none too wide lor the sight
we Minv, Up a tdiort eompanlon-wav
there stepped a young woman, who witli
a quirk and .sea-trained step came to
ward us. She wore a close-litting dress
of blue and a broad straw hat.
"Why, if this isn't Wonderment!" sha
CNelalnied, advancing toward the old
man with outstretched hands.
'I'm real glad to see you Polly," said
Wonderment, "you're looking" finely.
"He is not living," said Polly," quiet
ly, "I am so glad you entiie tin board.
This is your friend, 1 suppose."
Wonderment introduced me.
Come into the cabin," she said, "and
I will tell you everything that has hap
pened." When two glasses of grog had been
brought, Polly told her story. It was
imt a very long one. Her h usband had
tiled about three years after they first
sailed a way in w VuijH-riwj 1'it. ThU
happened wheti thev were in the Japan
ese seas. She Would have sold the ves
sel and returned to her home, but she
found it was not easy to make suitable
arrangements of this kind; and then,
before anv plan could be carried out,
she heartfof herfather'n death. When
she recovered from this new shock sho
tlid not want to come home, and if she
sold her veel, she felt that she would
have no abiding place in this world, so
she determiueu to keep tho Vo)'icrinj
I'd, the only home she had; and having
a competent mate and a good crew, ami
Is'ing accompanied by a middle-aged
Scotch woman, who acted as both maid
and companion, she had sailed and trad
ed in those Kastern waters until a few
months ago, when she had determined
to ee once more her native town.
While Captain Polly was shaking I
had watched her closely. She was real
ly a very handsome woman andhcrfaeo
wa.s but'liulo sunburned.
"And now," she said "I want lo
hear everything that has happened
Thereupon Wonderment told the story
of Captain Moreen's death a')d the
ingular disposition of his worldly Biib
stnnce, "This is a strange story," said Capt.
Polly, "and I must think it over beforo
I say anything about it. And now. Won
derment, did vim come out to take I'd,
over the bar?'
"I didn't come fur that," said the old
man, inspired bv the grog, "but though
I'm not a pilot by trade, I've been over
this bar backwards and fot'ards as often
as any man livin'. If any of the reg'lar
pilots had been in the town, I supjiosn
they'd a come, but they're awav, and
here I stand read v for the job."
"All right," said Captain Polly, "you
sh:tll take us over.'1
I was not at all satisfied with this decis
ion. When he came alioard, Wonder
ment had supMscd that Captain Alba
wa in command, and know ingthe chan
nel, he would scarcely need a pilot. I
took Captain Polly a-ide and explained
tho matter to her.
"It will soon be high water," she
said, "and I don't want, to wail outside
twelve hours more. There is nobody
else here, and I am certain old Wonder
ment would not ofl'er to pilot us if ho
did know the bar. lie can't help
knowing it; he has lived here all his
It was not long after this that the
sails were' net to a fresh southeastern
breeze, and wc wen' steadily moving
along tow ard the narrow entrance tothe
harbor.' Wonderment stood leaning
against the foremast, his foot wide
apart, and his freotient orders w ere pass
ed to tho man at the w heel., We had
now almost reached the bar. On either
side of us stretched a long expanse of
naudy lieach, with a gentle surf rolling
up on it.
"Hard-a-port! Starbu'd! Hard-star-Ini'd!
Starbu'd! I)!" shouted Wonder
ment. And then there wtw a prate and
a grind, and the vessel stopped! Wo were
aground on the north beach. . . .
The next day after this I wits sitting
with Pplly in the parlor of a little house
in the town where she had taken lodg
ings. Captain I'ollv was much troubled,
but kept up a goinf heart and blamed
only herself for trusting Wonderment,
I felt iinxitnis to help Jier in every
way that I could, and I was now dis
cussing with her what was best to lie
done. The (.'oipi rimj rd was high and
firm nK)ii the north beach. Kvery ef
fort had been made by the crew and tho
inhabitant of the town to get her off,
but nil were unavailing. It had been
decided to send to a more northern port
for a steam-tug, and in the meantime
Polly and her woman Sarah had taken
lodgings in tho town.
Tw o weeks.elopseil, during which the
Co))criiiy I'd remained lirm upon tho
beach. The tug had arrived, but it had
been found too uniall to move the ves
sel. Another and a larger one had been
sent for, nnd in the meantime the cargo
was Jieing taken out and removed tothe
town in lighters.
During this time I saw much of Polly,
and became indeed her most trusted ad
viser. She had no relatives in the town,
nnd turned to mo ns if I had been an
old friend. To me she wits a very charm
ing woman, nnd I soon became much
mow than a friend.
One day I told her my love. Polly
listened to me very tpiiet ly. "I am glad
you told nie this,'' she said, "after you
knevv how poor I am, but I cannot con
sent to drag you down.''
"Polly," 1 cried, "this has ceased to
be a question of poverty or riches. All
I nsk is this tlo you love me!"
1 looked in her eves, nnd then I took
her in my arms. The matter was set
In tho course of another week tho larger
tug-boat litul nrrivod, nnd during threo
high tides it hauled nml pulled at the
stranded I'd, but was unable to move
her. Her captain luul heen pnui with a
portion of the cargo, sold at n sacrilieo
in tho town, nml ho had gone nwtiy.
When everything had heen done, and
Polk's all'alrs had been placed in tho
hands of 3 responsible business man of
tho town, Polly mui I wore mumou.
CAIRO . B.ULUSTIN: . WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 29. 1SS2.
It was tiol necessary for us to slay at
this place any longer. Tho Pet would
bn disponed of to tho best advantage,
and tho'cruw would remain in town
until money should come in to pay them
off. 1 s. . i . I
It was our last day in tho old town,
and lis were walking' along tho water
' front of the town tve saw alittleboat ap
proaching with a man in it rowing vios
"It's old Wonderment," w,id Polly.
And wc stood to await his coming, lie
ran his boat ashore, and when he land
ed and saw ns he was so excited that be
could scarcely speak.
"She's oft'!'' he gasped, "the Copper'
inq rd't afloat! There was the lilghent '
tide th'm forenoon we've had fur seven
year, ami the men working on board
have got her off the beach. She's anchor
ed now just inside the bar."
"The Coppering I'd afloat!" cried Pol
ly, grasping me by both hands, while
her eyes sparkled with delight. "Wher
ever we go we'll go in her!"
And go in her we did.
On a lovely afternoon, lnte in the
summer, we 'sailed out of the harbor.
Owing to his repeated and earnest re
quests, old Wonderment was with us,
but this time he did not pilot us wverthe
bar. We sailed, and we sailed over
summer seas, and wore very happy.
One beautiful moonlight evening wo
were sitting tin deck, old Wonderment
near by. "Well," said Polly, "I think,
for poor people, we arc about as hap
py and independent as anybody could
"If you're poor," said tho old man,
"it's your own fault. Vour father left
you evcrytliiu' he was worth, and all you
liad to do was to take it."
"If he had 'eft me anything in a regu
lar way," said I'ollv quietly, "I should
have been glad to have it. Hut I w ill
never dig in his grave to see what I can
find. 1 am glad that every temptation
of the kind is left far behind ns."
"'Taint so very far behind either,"
said Wonderment. "As you was act in'
through njrents, I made myself your
arent in this thing, and here's the box."
And he dramatically arose and pointed
to a small iron box "on w hich he had been
Polly sprang to her feet, her eyes
ablaze. "Wonderment," sho cried,
"throw that box overboard!"
"All right," said the old man; and
over the taffrail it went w ith a splash.
Hreathing hard, but saying nothing,
Polly entered the cabin. Half an hour
afterwards I .stood ou deck w ith the old
"Wonderment," I said, "vou did not
show much prudence in forcing that
box so suddenly upon Polly. You
should have told me of it, nnd have
let mo break the matter gradually to
"Perhaps I didn't show no prudence
in shaking so plump," said he, "but I
showed Home when I mado adinefast to
the levv'ard handle of the box, before I
said a word alwut it. I've hauled her
on board ngen."
The next morning I talked to Polly on
the subject. "Perhaps 1 was too hasty,"
she said, "but 1 was angry. If my father
wanted me to have the box it may bo
that I should have taken it."
;Wt:ll, you can take it now," I said.
And then t told her about the lino on
the leeward handle.
We went into the cabin, where up
on & table stood the box which I had
"Yes," said. Tolly, looking into the
box, "I remember them well. They arc
all made of whales' jaw Imnes. Some of
them are spectacle cases ami some tobac
co boxes, and some I suppose intended
to hold matches. And now I hope that
you and Wonderment are satisfied."
"If I was you," said tho old man, go
ing up to the Ikix, "I'd see what was in
these tobacco boxes." And ne by ono
he opened them nnd emptied the gold
coin they contained upon the table.
''Now'," said he. "I'm satisfied too."
Frank It. Stockton in Our Continent.
SuiLoii's Catarkh Hkmkdv a
cure fof Catarrh, Dipthcria and
Mothers f Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Aro you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child sutFerlng and
crying with the excruciating pttin of cutting
teeth I If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. . It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will not tel you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief tnd
health to the child, operating like mngie.
It is perfectly ssfe to use in all cases, an
pleasant to the taste, and is the prcscrip
tinn of ono of the oldest and best i'emal
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
' Hack met ack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 23 and 50 cents. 13
Allen's Brain Foot! positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. $t. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alton's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Snitxm's Cukb will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping coujjh and Bron
Goto Paul O.Schuh for Mrs. Freoman's
New National Dyos. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Fon Dyspepsia' and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of 8hiloh'i Vitalizcr. It never fails
to cure. . ia .
Many MirkiiaMiK People? drag them
selves about with failing strength, feelincr
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
A nasal injector ft eo with each bottle
of Hhiloh'i Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cunts. . 10
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A few applications of Dr. Thom
as' Eulcotric Oil entirely cured him.
IIus("ioM Words. ,
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
Mj's : "I liAvtt used your Bpring UtoHom
lor myself ani family, and think it inval
uable as a household remedy, for regulating
thu ' bowels, livor and kidneys. J hU
never bo without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents , ,
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvuprptlu. Livtr Dls
fafs. Fever and Anne
new. Nervous Debility
TH BEST REMEDY KX0WX TO MAN!
Twelve Thousaiid Bottles
V Sold Since 1870!
Yhl fvrnp posaeMe varied propertied : It at im
nlatca t!i ptj alir.e In the rallva, which converts
tho March ard nnnar of the food Int.j iflucoae. A
delteleiicy in pljaline causes wind and iourmd nl
tlio fond in the alotnach. if (lie mcdicl is j wun
lmmtdlat'.-iy after eatiiig, the fvrmcDtailon ol locd
It acts upon the T.iver,!
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Ee?u!.1tci tlie Bowels,
It Purifies the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, fUfVngtheni and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Iilnod and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Hkin and Induces
It neutralize tb hereditary taint, or polaon in
th Mood.whkh generate Scrofula, Krveipcla.
ana an manner ol bkia intent and internal bu
rner. 1 bcre ar no spirit) employed In it mannfactnre
and it can betaken by tliemoet delicate babe, or by
tse aped and feeble, care oiily being required In at-
leuu. a wj aireci oua.
Galva, Henry Const, Ills.
I wastufferlng from Sick Headuche and I) t.
nef to that I could not attend to my houaehold da
lle, and a abort trial or Or. Clark Jobneon'a Indi
an Dlood Syrup effectual Ir cured me.
Mils IIKLEN KLKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
Thl I to certify that Dr Clark Johneon'e Indian
Blood Smp he cured me ot l'alu in the Hark. It
Is a valuable medicine. MKS W'UOl).
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many yeara I tried dltfur
ent doctor. wWe prescription tended more to
weaken me than lUy did to Ueogthen. I t Inst
res tved to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Sytup. which proved to he a positive enre not on
ly ciirlne the lli-art Disease, bnt also a Sick Head
ach which had been troubling me,
MKS MARY A.NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyapep
la and failed to et't relief, althongh using medt
cine from our bet doctors I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Illood Sunp, and a short trial
cured me. T. W. KlSING. Moline, III.
Thl rertlfles that Or. Clark Johnson's Indian
Illood hyrnp hsa eftVctueMy cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he said in praise o' It.
W. K. WlilMKU, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or village, in which I have no
agent, Particulars given on application.
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All Karmrrs, Mothers, Dullness Men, Mechan
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all who are miserable with DvsDeMia. Kheuma.'
tism, Neuralgia, or Bowel, Kidney or Liver Cbra-J
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' llyouarowaatingaway with Comumpoua, iJia-J
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...v. a vihu iuq grcniCM Plow r cruiucraiiu iu,
and larsupcnor ta 1,'ittcra and other Tonics, ns It
builds up tho system, but never intoxicates. foJ
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I em a am Lrm a w - a aaaa Prrs llaldaaaS
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Brsiil.hyith ll. HanirVs siMit trrt to i'Uyalctnn
o. Hot 3WS.
nn an anrff r ra. nv 1 . crnanwuir
SUanffsri rs, hy p.Kenataadter t
II li It it
' l! aa jl
35r, 3. Sibbio's Er-tcmalPilaEemedy
bvle uauuiaotarurs ot VtauftnW
For sale hy C. W. nendfrson. Giirn. tllinok
lUlW'i VaaaaM-aMiqaiaaax.aai J.1 liaiHIH na.lulUI,..!. ! a. 0
Over 2,000,000 Dottles
for ennchs. cold, sore throat. Iironchitij. aslhmn.
throat, cheat and limits.
Balsam of Tolu
throat, chest and luuit.
. ., , . all dlseK's of ihc throat, chest and lung
but it has never been so advantageously compounded s In the celehrnted Tolu, Heck and Kvo. In ad
dltlon to Ha aoot Inns Ha'SHtmc propettle. it affords a dillualve stimulant and totic, to build uu the
s em after the coiii;l! ha been relieved.
SSTPUTUPLN QUART SIZE BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE SLOOSJ
A TTT" I OIV! 1)0 nnt "e deceived by dealer who try fo palm off lipon you Rock and Kve lit
V-" AJVLi. place of our Tolu, Hoc a and live, which is the onlv medicated article made
the genuine hf a prlvnto die proprietary slnii.peii laeh bottle.
The TOLU, HOCK ami RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere
J'ubllxlied Monthly, i'eee $3.00 ;er
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Ciitlaccbv the River Snn r'C'hn Dnlftiss. J 40
Over the Sea Sonir & Cho. J. M. North.
O Hush Thee, Mv n.ilw Richards.
Ye I.itte Birds Quartet Smart.
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet Yv". I).
Plight Kve Wain Fnnvell.
Queen of Hearts (iavntte.. Uielefeld.
Heel nnd Toe Galop four Hand's. llemUr,
New Years' Grcctir.tf Polka .... Kientiorn.
Von Steuben's (irand March ....:..Dressler.
A Trial Trip Nos. 1 nnd mailed post-paid,
Address: j. l. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Ciusa
a'lA.vos, Bay State Organs, Drr son's JChtions ic. Send tor our Illastruted Trice Lint.
TI TP tfO IMPROVED
HOOT BE ICR, i'C
s & pallniiN i f a deli.
fl iimjU pactiago' make
ciou. wliolisoniu. stiarKling teninerance liev
eragc. Ai-k your druggist, or seul by mail for 2.rc.
C. E. DIKES, 18 .Dela. Ave , Pbllada.
ROOKS ON BUILDING.
Painting, Decorating. Ac. For ISS-J eighty page
III. Catalogue address, enclosing three Scent
stumps. WM..T. COM STOCK, lt IlroKdway, N. Y.
B' 8t Health and Strength restorer used
Cure complaints of women and diseases of the
Stomach. Bowels. Lunrs, Liver and Kidneys, and i
1 uiirclv different from B'lt''r. Ginger Keucc and
other tonic, of It never intoxicates. H0c. ai d $1
lre. I,a ge avini;Ln)iiig tl size. IliecoxJtCo.
WM. SIMPSOX & SONS'
Mourning-, Second 31ouniing Solid
S A N C Y I) R E S S V It I N T S
.he EDDYSTONE- PltlNT WORKS in
one of the largest unci most complete intnb
1 isli mi'tita in the country. ,,
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A CEX
TIKV. Ha enabled them to attain such perfecltnu that
tbcv can with couddeece aak vcu to lest the nnaliM
ty of Ihulr work. They careliilly avoid all poison
ous drug, make only fast colors, which are tho
ongbly washed tii hot water and soap, tllerohy ro
moving anything which would stain underclothing.
'1 hose who buy and wear their prims will, they
feel confident, find them superior In durability, ar
tiste style and finish. Be sure and nsk for their
goods, and seo that their marks and ticket are ou
10)0 MtDAl AWARDED
tua A utlior. A n anil rmt Med
ical Work,warrnntBd t l.a lvit snd
etaaapiat,lndiaimDalil tu smry
Bian,oolltlpd "tlia Sciancanf I,il
or8lf-Pruansiiin " bound in
flnost Vreneb muslin, emtsM(i,
full iilt,:M pp.cnntJiina bmintilul
enrafinra. l'Jft nrMieriiv
liena, prmo mny tt aisont liy
mail : illiitratd samnl. Hinia .
aanft niiw.A,lilrM.a PMnlu,.la Mt-
, KNOW TKSELF.KLrrnuihV1.:
s ST I I
-V la . . ..1
l . a-V ..ft. .
I P75T HJflrllV HW"--U.
n " Jl aW
H -J-a U& 11 it. IVT Ekfl
nnsumnni. ciinanmnilnn anil nil itlaoaaoa nfldrf
Ha always been one orihctnot Important
weapons wielded hy tho medical facility
agatust the encroachment of Coughs, Coldr
llroni liitl. Asthma, Sore Throat. Cnnsiimp'
Inniln It Incipient and advanced i states, and
aiiiiMin Voit-paUl, Single A'o. CO et.
Ho. 2 (New Scries) Contains lt
I'd be n Kiitlcrtly Song Hichards. $ 35
Oh, llentle llirds Tenor Song . .. Itennett. 40
I he Rustic Leaves Duct llliama. .
The Chapel Kem. or mix. voicc..KreiiUer.
Three I' lnliers Quartet .llullah.
Sparkling Roaufv Walt Parker.
Picture Cards Ninette Behrvas.
Iloccarcio March Four Hand ...Dressier.
Chi mi un Ilclln I'olka. Raphaelson.
on receipt of 75 cts., or fonrmontha for $1.00.
n "EETIIOV F Orrna eoi.taln Km st
f,., en rrtninio ItcH'ds li? si 0 -s. Wnlimi or Claim!
1 ;a j . i.i.i. it i; " 1 niiiiit or Main rt
ih'"l t ' 0 ' ' 'l'.1' I l'"e.l'iu1rlil II. llows.BlM'1
ii ,1 ZTt ' . 1 , '""";! lornnine, l unit w aud
Joi'Ji Nf" ' ', "KFH1IOABW (tH.lfnl
t.,ui(MOlrt MtciM Unlr-sover inoik nionlh.
by 33) tduuii hl.etrlu Ughltut MCll'l lb Ull order.
j27"Prlic. revc.l. IVIIrrredeii heard Jf
tar. In re, mil, I, ;oo., StVIU
JCnftere-ay-ns'ai.ac are Rot fnlLflrdrvlHru
Urka, yu,i .iUUlpi,y ri.iind mui ty alih Interval, .
c:s a::s tzuzzs tes nrcrsresirr
lnr-;r.nn, five P"llnrs(pli) nllowrd to par evnenar tf '
m liny ienaie anyway, you m xileimie. Tn-a Caui H .
vltn polliti nn, luiuma ii i nil iralaa. OUwr -Jr.-unHt;io,lii,
.aii 11. i'loiinrirtiaSe.'AIiBSOfl.
Kzr ileautijul lilunrutnl tofaJeyiWe.
Please Address or call open
DANIEL I BEATTTi WMhlngton, Kw Trsf '
OF ST. LOUIS, MO. ...
Vhlch were totnlly deatrnved by t re o May SStl
and HeptemborSl, ltfl,
A It E It E.B TJ II T.'
Otders nresrjtieltcd for
Strictly Cure White Lead and Red Lcsd,
t'old-l'uiiHcd and Pine Dark Castor
Oil, Raw nnd Uouble Boiled
T 0 B A
This clctnnt article of fMU.WIXG TORACCO
Ij now im the nmrliit. Ask our deli r for It,
Munnttu'tumlliv C. . JACKSOX t CO,
YOTIVfJ. W IfyoawantlolearnTelogra
1 VLltU iH Eill p,r tn t rw month, and ha
certain of a situation, address Valentine Brothers,
A DVKRTlSKliS! send for r-ur Nele et Mat of U'
tlil Newspanvrs, Jco. V. Kowell i Ci. 19
(tin-nec street, ,N, X.