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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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Wty A Foantlfut Tour j Iady Had Perfectly Whit '
Hair Whoa Scarcely Out of Her Teen.
I wns invited to a lunch party in ono
of the Inhml cities of Pennsylvania not
Ion;; n;jo, nul was much impressed by
tho ttppcuraiice of one of the younger
ladies 'iiuifiit. She was not beautiful,
Imt muted tliff striking characteristics of
a brilliant fresh complexion and a pro
fusion of liair, while an snow, which
wa wound on tho lop of her hand after
1 1 1 fashion of M.ulrazo's "Marquise,"
Itflonpinjf to Mrs. A. T. Stewart She
was very nicrrv, a good talker, and, I
must confess, I contrived to occupy the
largerpart of her attention, willthat
tendency toward monopolizing tin- best
which ihfl moment rttWdii tliat I am
toid in often olwcrved by my familiars.
After bidding adieu to tho ladies, I
turned to tho obliging friend who had
been my sponsor at these incidental gay
ities of , and casually remarked, af
ter talking somewhat of my new ac
quaintance: "liy Jove, what hair! It acconU lier
whole appearance. Wasn't the lucky
to aehievo it young?'
SIv friend removed his cigar.
"That depends on how vou look at it.
I am incline to think, taking things by
ami largo, that alio was. I doubt, how
ever, if sh wouldn't say to-day that tho
pruo was rather large. And it was a
iretty big price. Do you like atones?
in miiuliHl to tell vou one, if vou like,
about that whito hair you art mi re so
We went over to the hotel, and some
thing like this my friend told me:
You have no idea, you city people,
the interest we country people take in
the courtships of vifting folks. Froit
the time Harry Wells began to slide up
to Mamie Clausen at church socials un
til their marriage in the Presbyterian
Church, the entire community pavo
minute consideration to their ufl'air.
Mamie's father, John Clausen, was and
U now a prominent commission mer
chant, generally considered wealthy, and
lias always lived at lo:wt liU a man of
means. Mamie was pretty, da.-hinyr, a
local belle and a great favorite. Har
ry's family lived a few miles from town,
and the)-, too, are ) iconic of reputation
in the county. Old Jack Wells repre
vented us a few times in the legislature,
and has ncciiniulatcd in one way and
another a handsome proiKTty.
The marriage was in every wry a
suitable one. Hart) was educated at
Princeton, and, nit lioi-jh he had at ono
time the reputation of being wild, he no-lx-red
down, and was at any rate such a
frank, manly young fellow that he was
generally forgiven any indiscretion.
As I say, the marriago was the occa
sion of general rejoicing. Mamie's fa
ther gave her an unusually good secti
on", and the details were wnt far and
vide through tlio State. Harry had
Mudicd law, although ho didn't have
much natural inclination for it, the old
man thinking his political extierience
might servo Harry in that way, and had
bellied down into a country notary,
drawing up deeds and doing hack-work
of that MDt, They lived about four
miles out of town, two miles from old
Jack's, lie had built them a pretty
inoikni cottage on a detached portion
of his farm. Harry had his ollice, an
ornamental little structure, a few rods
from the house, and there they lived as
happy as two bird.
(iradually Harry picked up business,
ami finally, through his father, became
trustee for the minor heirs. They were
nn odd lot of children, with a half-crazy
mother and no end of coal lands nnil
mining investments. It was a good
thing for Harry, although it gave a nat
urally lazy man some additional work.
The worst thing was that it obliged him
to go toSvranton now and then and leave
Mamie. You may imagine that thero
was a good deal of visiting at tho house
of two Mich popular young people, and
that four-mile stretch of road was gen
erally kept prcttv warm. When Harry
had to go uwnv,Mamie would get in her
phaeton and drive to town, and thero
was always some of the voting people
remly to go out and keep her company,
llarry always insisted that die mustn't
stay alone. Tor a law-abiding State we
lave a pretty rough element in it, and
although we haven't had much to com
j.lain of here, thero in a general souse of
Ono August afiernoon llarry had an
tmexpiTtciiiiumnioiis to goto Scranton
about a suit connected with the minor
heirs, Ho had recently sold sonio of
their property and had been making va
rious collections, which left in his hands
about Vl.oOO. When ho found ho had
to go oft' at a few moments' notice,
lie w rapped up a bundle of papers and
his money, and took thorn into tho
house. Mamie was making prepara
tions for rt picnic they were to go to tho
next day, nini begged him to wait until
the day after.
'Hut, my dear child, I haven't timo
even to go to town and put these in tho
bank, ho you'll havo to take care of
them, l'll trv and get hack In two days
nt tho furthest; meanwhile no body
will know that the money is here."
Then ho explained to her tho value of
tlio papers' and handed her a canvas
bag, in which was tho $1,600 belonging
i to the minor heirs.
"Where- will 1 keen It, HnrryP Bo
tween the mattresses? '
"Just liko a woman. No. Hut I de
clare I don't know where to tell you.
Tho most insecure placo apparently is
often tho most secure. 'Any place, dear,
Kut between tho mattresses. 1 leave
that to vou. - Hut you must guard it, if
necessary, with your life, for remember
tho monev U not ours, and lit nil hazards
I am responsible. 1 don't really mip.
jiso thero Is tho least danger, for noouo
knows I hnyo it. Hut one ought to tako
proper precautions, and I beg of you
not to admit any tramps while I am,
gone. Tell Sarah not even to allow
them to stop long enough to cat a bii
cuit." ''All right, dear; wo won't let the
.tramps have a drink even, and I'll tako
care of the money, you may be sure."
Harry bado his wife good-byo and
Mamie gave up the picnic. At tho end
of two days she received a telegram
from him, saying he had been detained,
and telling her to get some one to stay
with her for two davs, when lie would
be at home. She ilrovo into town and
ono of her old friends went out with her.
At the etid of two days sho had another
telegram saying ho was detained until
tho next day. Her friend went home,
and in place of llarry came a third tele
gram, and so every day for ten days ho
wa.s expected home, and every day came
a disappointing telegram. Hy this timo
sho had became accustomed to her
charge, which she had set, like a bag of
sccd-beans in a corner of a dark closet
opening from her room.
The afternoon of the tenth day was a
hot, murky afternoon. Mamie had gone
upstairs to take a nap and refresh be
fore dressing to meet Harry, who was
expected home after the longest absence
he had ever made from her.
After a time Sarah came up and told
her thero was a tramp down stairs who
wanted something to cat and who
wouldn't be driven off.
"You oughtn't to leavo him a minute
alone, Sarah. Go ('.own t nd watt-la hint
and 1 will come down and send him
She dressed herself iniicklv and went
down stairs, Kurnrised to find how lato
it. had grown. When she reached tho
kitchen she found another messenger
with another disappointment, but tho
next day without fail, Harry wrote he
would be home. As Mamie turned into
the kitchen she heard the tramp and
Sarah in evident dispute.
"Yes," said the fellow, "when that
time comes, your mistress w ill have an
other ironing-table, helping jou, instead
of wearing her Sunday clothes every
"An' Fpoiliti everything for me to do
over. I think I see her. I've work
enomh to do," answered honest Sarah,
"norindispo.icd to have a chat over her
Mamie found a graceless-looking fel
low, unhaven andill-drcsscd. who with
a certain gentlemanly instinct, rose up
as hhe came. in.
"I upMise my girl told you we had
nothing for you, and that it will be a
great kindness if you will leave as soon
'.Yes, she did jut that, madam, but I
took it upon myself to lielieve it wasn't
so urgent. The truth is, I'm very hun
gry and dead tired, and I didn't believe
but that you would give nie something
to eat, least I've waited to ask you in
Woman arc soft-headed creatures.
Mamie went and got him something to
eat, herself. Tho darkness that had
been increasing for wmc time came
down rapidly, and there burst one of
those terrilie" thunder-storms that gath
er so suddenly and with such force in
this country After its MrengtU was
ss nt and I remember that it was the
most violent of the season there fell
steady sheets of rain that brought Hock
crct'k over the bridges before morning.
"Madam, it's no use talking. You
can't mean to send a fellow o.ut in such
a ftorm," said tho tramp as the threo
stood ou the porch watching the storm.
"I'm sorry, but 1'vo no place for
"What, in a houso like this. It's
pitt there isn't a cranny for a stow
away. I was walking around it, wait
ing for the girl, and it seemed to me it
ought to be able to hold three people.
You are very impertinent. I tell
you 1 have no place for you, and tho
storm is already breaking away."
As the spoke even the rain came down
in blinding sheets, and lightning streak
ed the heavens.
"Well," he said, carelessly, "we don't
go much on manners on the road, but 1
know I wouldn't send a dog out such a
night as this. I'm not a particular
chap, leastwise not nowadays, and I'll
have to insist on your giving me some
sort of shelter, if it's only your dog-ken-ncl."
The man swke with decision. Mamio
felt that, after all, thev wero really in
his power, and possibly it might be
worth w hile to do civilly w hat sho would
probably have to do at last.
"I w ill keep you on one condition,"
she said. "Thero is a loft to the house,
a sort of garret, which is very comforta
ble. It is closed with a trap-door, and
you mav sleep on tho lounge there if
you w ill allow us to lock the door on tho
"Hlcss my stars and garters:'' he said
looking at her curiously. "I don't care
when you lock the door."
They took him up stairs, and he
climbed up the steep attic stairs. The
woman shut the door as he politely bade
them good-night, and they fnstencd tho
padlock, hearing him chuckle to himself
as he kicked oil' his boots.
"I'd take the key, mum said Sarah.
Mamie took the key with her, and tho
two descended to stmt up tho house.
After they had mado everything secure,
they went back up stairs.
"You must sleep in my room to-night,
Sarah," tho mistress said. Sarah drag
ged in her bedding, and made a pallet
on tho floor, and then, after the custom
of women, they examined the closets,
looked under the bed and piled tho
chairs against tho locked door. Tlio
rain was still falling heavily, and tho
jiight black as ink. "Tho mistress and
maid went to bed, and although wor
ried and anxious, finally went to sleep.
After midnight Mamio found herself
awnke and a bright light shining in tho
room. Sho started up and saw that it
was tho moonlight. Tho storm had
cleared away at last. Sho got up, unv
bio to composo herself immediately, and
went to tho window. Tho moon was in
deed shining brightly. As sho stood
looking at tho peaceful' scenn before her,
she saw way down tho road, for it was
as bright as' day, several horsemen. It
was such an unusual sight at this hour
that sho stood watching them as they
camo nearer. To her surprise they turn
ed up the lano leading towards their
houso and on reaching tho gate enmo
Into tho yard. Now, almost paralyzed
with fear, sho saw that they were mask
ed. Tho truth almost blinded her.
They know that sho was alone, that sho
had this money, and they had como to
get it For u moment sho was para
lyzcd. Sho remembered Harry's last
words: "You must guard It with your
CAIRO - BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH
life, If necessary."
Sho rr-.n to the sleeping Sarah, and
awakened her. She got down Harrv'H
rifle, which he had loaded and taught
her to use. The sleeping girl was soon
thoroughly' awnk, and she explained
to her their condition,
"It's the tramps that's done It."
"Tho tramps. No, Sarah, tho key,
the key of the attic."
She Hew up the stairs, unlocked tho
padlock and opened tho trap. The man
sprang up lit the sound.
"Come, come with mo," His own
senses alert, and hearing tho noise of
tho horses lielow and steps about the
house, he followed her without a word.
At the foot of the stairs she stopped.
"1 have a. largo sum of money in tho
house, and those men have come to get
it, thinking I am alone. If they kill me,
that money must be guarded."
"What have you, pistols, shotguns?"
he whispered, taking in the whole situ
ation. "Hero is my husband's rifle. It U
"Hist. Where are they going to break
in?" The steps came boldly on the
piazza to the front door.
"(Jet behind me. I will fire at the
first man that enters. How many bar
rels are there?"
"Six; all loaded."
"Very elL Keep this cano In your
hand for me, in case I need it."
There was no storming of shutters.
They heard tho key applied to the door
softly. It opened, and a man, followed
by two others, confidently entered. The
first figure walked directly to the stairs,
lie had taken but a step,' when three
shots came in rapid succession. There
was a heavy thud; this man dropped,
and the other two turned and lied.
Sarah ran to the window, and two
horses galloped down the lane,
"Don't faint, madam; there's work
yet to do," said the tramp.
Mamie caught hold of the rail for sup
port, and then went into the room,
"(let a candle, Sarah,"
They lighted a candle and gave it to
the tramp, who went down stairs, the
two women followed with brandy and
ammonia. The man had fallen back
ward and lay with his face up and head
tow ard the door.
"Raise tho mask and give air first,
Mamie raised the mask, and fell back
with a w ild shriek.
"Do you want to know now why her
hair is w hite?"' he asked.
"It was Harry Wells!" I answered.
"It was that smiling, popular young
It's no use to ask why ho did it. I
don't care. Motives don't matter much
in such a case. Hut she, Mamie Mrs.
Wells she has her gray hair, but there
is no trace of that midnight tragedy in
"I believe she was ill for along time,"
answered my friend. "They ay small
pox cures one of other diseases. Well,
some griefs are like the small-pox; they
cure you of lesser weakness tenderness
of the heart, for example. This, I think,
was one of them"
"Ami the tramp"
"lie and Sarah were of course the
witnesses at the inquest. The next day
he was off on his journey, and I hav
never heard of him since."
Destroyed the Contents of a Eoom
used by a small-pox patient mav be avoided
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morally crimiuul to neglect the use of such
a uisinitctuni anu preventive, it cer
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and those who will use Darby Prophy
lactic Fluid freely about their house will be
saved from the attacks of all contagious
diseases and death itself.
Are vou made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skint Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
tive cure. 10
Nearly a Miracle,
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamton, N. Y.
writes: "I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulders.
I lost my spirits, appetite and color, and
cmld with difficulty keep up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blood Bit
rer: I took them as ditectcd, and have felt
no p tin since first weeK after using them,
and am now quite well." Price $1 00, trial
size 10 cents.
The Rev. Gko. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind , says: "Both myself sod wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
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. Fon Dysi'EraiA and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to euro. 15
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
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of generative organs. 1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. 8old in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Siiniu's Catahhii Rkmedv a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Car.ker
Mouth. . 13
Made fhom Harmless Material, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Why will yoo cough when Shiloh's
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10 cents, 50 cents and $1. It
Maky Miserable People drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first doBC, and vitality and strength
suroly comiDg back to them. See other
Shiloh's Curb will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping, cough and Bron
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Buffalo,
ayis "I have used your Spring Blossom
for myself and family, and think it inval
uable as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Prlco 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 ctuts,
A KAS.vt, iN.iK.CTon fiee with each bottle
of Shiloli's Catarrh Itemed)'. Piico 50
Mr. Albert And. rson. York Street. Buf
falo, fell down stairs rind severely bruised
his knee. A few applieationsof Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil entirely cured him.
Indian Blood Syrup.
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Twelve Thousand Mottles
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Yh! Svrun po.nec vnr;e1 proncrtii': Ii mini-
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ih Klnrch ni'd ninnr of the food Into flncit. A
deflrlvnrr in itya!ije canci wind nd ouriug of
the fond In the munmch. If l he mcdici jt wiau
Immediately after eating, the ferinvutailon vl luid
It arts upon the Kidneys,
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It Carries otV the Old Blood Hint iimkca New,
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It rentMlinofi the hereditary taint, or poison m
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and Ulan bctakm hy themoM oVllr.Mc hahe.or hy
te aed ami reeDle, care nciy DeiDj; required in at
tvutt u to direct oni.
Galva, nnry County, Ilia.
I at tjufler'ng from Sick Headache and 0 zzl
Dei eulhiit I could not attetd toioy houaelioH du
lio.v and a hort trial of Dr. Cl'irk Juhnnon' lt.di
an Blood Syrup cffcciual'v ruivd me.
mm I1ELKS ELKINS
Walerman Station, DvKalli Co., !!!
Tbta la to certify that I)r Clark Jolinaon'a Fodlan
Blood Hyrup ha enred mo of l'aio In the ltn'k. Jt
la Tamable medicine. mm W OOl),
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
TTilrf la to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for maoryeara I tried ditlt-r-
-nt doctor, whore preKrtpilona tended more to
weaken me man iuy am m nren)rtnHn. i ai lat
re Wed to try l)r Clark Johnron'a Indian Hmod
8yiup. which proved to he a poi;.lvc care not on
ly curing the Heart DUeanc, hut also a Sick Head-
acn wnicn ata Dcen irouunna nic.
MUS MAItY A. NKAL.
I in afflicted! with Llr Complaint and Dyapep
r and fnlled to get relief, although ueltiffniudl
Clneo frnm our hcot din tor I commenced Unlng
Dr. Juhncou'i Indian Hlond Symp, and a chort trial
cured me. T. W. K1S1NU. Mollno, 111.
ThUcertlflea that Dr. Clark Johnon'a Indian
Blood Syrup tan effectually cured me nfliyapepela.
Too much cannot be arid In limine o It.
W. K. WniStfcK, Bedford, Mo.
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For sale by C. W. Henderson. Cairo. Tjlhiok
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
for counb. coid tort !hroat, bromhlitf, anthma,
throat, chcit and lunui.
Balsam of Tolu
. , ,, , . . . , , .
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.V1 V Place of our Tolu, Hock and ltye, -vaicti la thu onlv incdlcuted article mad-
the girniiiuo has a private din proprii'tBrv atampon each bottle.
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tlvt-rtheSca Siin-r A-Clio J. M. North. 30
O 1 1 Mil Thee, Mv'liabv Kiclmrda. a
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tioua. holaoniu. i1 nark 1 1 11 11 temtiernnre ocv
craxe. Ak your driiiifit, or iieut hy mall for iiic,
C. K. HIKES, 48 s.lMn. Ave , I'bllada.
ROOKS OX BUILDING.
Paintlns. Decorulinir. Ac. For 1HJ eluhty pace
III. Catalogue addrevK. (nclolnl three .1 cent
slump. J1..T. fliMSTOfK, 101 Uroadway, N. V.
B st Health and Rtteiifftli restorer used
Ctircf complainta of nornm and dl'eart'a of tbe
Stomach. Howeln Lmii?. Liter and Kldneya, and ia
f nll:el ilill'urent from H.tt. r. Ulnxer Keucc and
other lonira, aall m ver liitoxlcutea. &0Y.. and $1
rlai a. La v aaviuj; buying tl nto. Uitcui Jk Cu.
AYM. SIM WON & SONS'
Mourning:, Second Mourniug Solid
. Eddys tone
F A N C Y 1) R E S H PR I S T 8
The EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
one (f the Inrgti-t and most complete estab
lishments in the country.
THE EXmilHNPH OF HALF A CKS
Tl'KY. llnii onablvd them lo altaln ciirh perfi'Clinn that
they can tvllh coiiddeccu aak yi ll lo text tlio quail
ty ofllmlr rtoik. They raielully avoid oil poi'on
oiik druij, Miko only fa-t colom, which nro tlio
oiiRhly tvachud la hot water and soap, thvrohy r
ninvlng anything which would mail underdo! hiUK.
'1 hoau who buy and wear their prlt.ta will, they
feel confylf ut, And Ihem auporlur in diirnblllty, ar
tla IcKtyle and llnlxli. Hit aura and nk for their
kooiU, aud aeu lint their mark and tli kut are on
1010 MtDAl AWAROtO
tli AuLnor. A now unil rt Mwl
Icnl WorlkWurrauM llio and
cbnAimnt, Indwiwniialilv Ui evmy
niMi.vntllli'd "tlioSclsnrniif Ijla
er,HIM'nairvti.a i" Inmnd in
Sin Kmnult inu.lui, nnilxril,
l"t. iwravinitt, I'Ja rr"criv
luuis, riia only tllibiwut hf
mail II hut rut.Hl sum l, Vennta
ud n(.w.A.I(lr IValmly Mud.
INdW TIlYSn V tet! lnOtiil.ir l.ir. W. II PAR,
i kit. Ne 4 llultuieh at, ll.at.in.
m m r ' m "j v.. i
Mm r-SAf u n i a t mm r 1 1
pntnmonia.coDanmptloa and all dliemoi oftha
Ilaa alwaya bn one orthemot Important
weiipon wielded by the medical faculty
aL'atiift tho eucmarhrnenta of Ci uha, Colds,
llronchltir, Aathma, Soro Throat. Cunrnnip.
tion in it luciplont and advitm'edataKea.and
an nice-iM.. oi ineinrnnt. enct and lnnc,
m in the celebrated Toln, Hock and Uve In ad
lOLic, MDUiia up iue
FOR FAMILY USE, TKICF. 1.003
AND DeAI.EUS LVERYWHEKE.
annum l'ot-ald. Singlo Xoi. BO cU.
No. 2(Ncw Series) Contains
I'd he n Ilulterfly Sour .Kichard. ? 35
( Hi, iier.tle Uirils I eour bonj; . ...Hennett 4a
1 lie Kiustic Leaves Uunt illiama.
The Chapel b'ein. or mix. voieea.Krcutzcr.
Three I-"islier Quintet Ilulluh.
Sparklinir Iteautv W'uliz llarker.
t'icture Cards ttluettc Hehrcaa.
Iloccaccio March b'our Hands ...Dressier.
Chiming llelU l'olka. ItaphucUon.
'li-nltj'a rtEFTIIOVFX r,rn ewtnlnalOftill M
( w, HO.'tavw.MrMl r,t I ;,,,, U,.hlt,l Wlhiwi Slij
wllltflro iimnueh nm-in R4 . oVJ Vo UHtiANtl
i , , f lO, hnl vy,t lt0n niunlh.
by AA) tdison t tltetricLli;tli Itill'l to Oil ol der
1 Mool, JiuU, A v., auly il U
7? r'nr' ",c ' Hr "ot 'fl retura
Vrtfuii, l, ,runiiily ti lling muuejr Hlib Inlraxlt.
c:'s Ara zzixm res CTcrsrazirj
Inpown, Five rnllnnt(,l)aiiiwnt tA v expeaimi If
"nil"-'iTT""' ?,"v,,,,,v- y weleona.. free lrk
" ",",.,'.'t!': rianori.rti 12!. I., (iitoa
ItT JJvautljnl llluatruttti ti(i(ree.
Tleaw Addraca or call opon
DANIE1 T. BEATTT, Vojhlnjton, 5w StntS'r
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by (re on Hay. SSlV
aud MopteniliurZl, ltiel,-
Orders arorollclted for,.
Strictly Pure White Lead duel Red Leadr,
Cold Pressed ami Pure Dark. Ctor,
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
TOR A CCO .
Tills Mpcant arttrls of ('HEWIK0 TOUACCQ
U niov on the market. Ak jour dealer for Ik
Sluiiulnctuicd b (!, a. J AC'KsoN ft C(.
YOlINft fFN iryo want to team Tlw
IV U ll VT iU J!.il p,, B fMW month, and b
rartaln of a attttatton, addroei Valtntln Ilrvthvrt,
Janeavlllo, W la. ' -
ADVFRTINKRRt send for ittr Hfiltet Llat of T
ral NewapaMnra. Oed, I', fiowdl ft C'v. lf