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In AndroWH1 I'curlHakinir'Pnurclnr. In
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nwiviu mini aucii ciiominsRHS. DuniUIujs, Hus
ton; M. JicliifimUiii(, of t'hic unci; ami CiusUiviii
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C. E. ANDREWS rn
CIIICAGO, . MILWAUKEE.
46 Michigan Ay.
2S7. lis!) A; i.".il K. Walt
$500 KEWAltl) !
Stillman's ELIXIR ok LIFE
A pnrcly Vegetable Wood I'lirlllor. and riiariiii
tcM'd tu rnrc i: cufi'K In loo, or monoy relurdcd
The above reward will mi paid lor a remedy which
will cnre a many cae. of l nimbi, Fever and Azun,
Itytpttpsia, KhuiiinatiHin, Catarrh. Liver and Kid
nevltHeaes. iVi" hottlcn mid on 11 merit,
without advertllu:, in seven year. If billou.
lanpnld, and your ambition Ik gout'. We id plonmv.
Try one bottle. It will convince von of its Hiipcri
orlty over any other remedy. II you have auv Hu
mor of the Skin or blood, from w hatever cant
this Klixir will cure tt when all other remedied
have failed. Ark yourdrui;j.'it fur it. Price $1
and 1. A I'J dollar bmtle (.ent by ojcorcnH, pre
paid. MTd by A. L. STILL-MAN .t CO., New
York. Circular free. II. J. WII.LAUD, Gcn'l
ageni u.b. ami caiiana, Troy, v.
MRS. COLONEL COYOTE CLARK.
She must have begun by bcinr as
much of an extraordinary child uslic
afterwards was a 'woman, fur she ran
away with and was married to an equal
ly cntor)risinr youth when she was lit
tle over twelve years of age. "My dear
Mrs. Hamilton," her husliand 'would
say to their next door neighbor when In;
went off on his affairs. "I wish yon
would keep an eve on Soplironia while
eho is playing wit'li y0Ur children to-day.
Soph, as you know, is up to almost any
thing." "And she was u beauty in her way,"
old Mrs. Hamilton would say long after
ward. "Not that she was round and
rosy. She could not have weighed over
eighty pounds then, und was thin and
spare, llaxen headed, blue eyed, waxen
faced, just like a coon in hersniai t ways,
alwuvscliatteriii, diinbinrfenocs, shak
ing down pecans hidden away up in the
tops of the tallest trees-a regular torn
down piece if ever there was one. I
ought never to have let her play with
my girls, never; but when her husband
was gone you could no more keep her
out of the house than you could u cat.
Always playing tricks upon Homebody,
dashing across t lie pasture on a bare
backed colt, teasing the calves, deviling
tho dogs, running down our turkeys.
Oh, but she was a little minx!"
I do not know how old she was when
Col. Coyote Clark lirst fell in with her,
fell desperately in love with the little
panther, shot her husband in the end,
ran off with and afterward married her.
"llo objected to me," the Colonel ex
plained of her husliand, "and had the
first shot at me. .Somehow 1 contrived
to dodge his shots, but 1 hail to kill him
or bo killed."
AH that was years before I knew the
parties. When she began to come to
my church 1 knew heronlyasthe mother
of a hou.se full of children, a pallid-faced,
serious-eyed, somewhat iiiournful-visag-ed
woman, 'very graceful, with a singu
larly pleasing smile, and the gentle
bearing of an injured lady, very low and
nvvcct of speech. There were rumors in
the air which caused us to be very slow
in admitting her to the church, it may
bo said she did not understand our rules,
but perhaps it was because she always
had her way with the sinuous silence of
a gliding snake, but she took a front
seat dressed in sad-colored silk among
our communicants at the first commun
ion afterward. 1 do not see bow Mr.
Brown, the oldest of our ciders, could
Lave had the heart to do it, she was
weeping so pitifully yet so noiselessly
as she sat; but he stole into the seat be
hind her before the service was more
than begun, whispered in her ear and
ho very quietly withdrew to the. back
pews, and did hot oiler to partake of the
bread and wine.
"All she is after," Mr. Brown said,
"ia to creep through us into good' soci
ety." "You don't understand her any
more than you do her disreputable hus
band." all the elders argued win, .. t
was indignant at their ImrdlieiirWness,
talked to them at length in regard u
tho Magdalen and had ,i,v own wnv
"Wo saw how you hated to receive
her," the ladies of the church sail! to mo
aftor my announcement of her reception
from the pulpit. "The paper shook in
your hands they trembled so; oh, saw
that!" Mrs. lirown added. She was
dreadfully mistaken, and it was only at
my entreaty that some of them .called
on her uftcrward. None were moro
faithful attendants at church than her
children, her husband and herself, but
if riho returned any of the calls made on
tier I never heard of it.
In some respects women arc to men
a if they wen; a wholly different species.
After half n century of intimate associa
tion with theia Talleyrand said, "I do
tot even pretend to know anything;
about them." 1 Ml),1)1)M, Ulcy know
oachother better than men do; for 1
f cpul. not induce a lady in ,y (;hri.h
to believe in the sincerity f Mri Cark
then or after.
"I do not inouireinto her past," I re
monstrated with them; "but I cannot
boo how you huve the heart to distrust
her as you do, No woman could seem
to bo more modest, unassuming than
tho is. The pitiful gentleness of Mrs.
Clark, the sincere interest ho takes in
everything connected with our society
tho very tears on her wasted cheeks
should speak for her. Take her by the
hand, encourage her, give her your en
lire commence, ami you will see that
am rignt. i am astonished that you
siiouiii Hesitate! '
"Are you?" they replied in chorin,
and 1 had no more desire to argue with
mem man they had to discuss tho one
tarn with me. Secretely 1 was a little
afraid of Mrs. Clark myself.
wnc aiiernoon sun came to me iu
grievous distress. Her husliand had
been killed in a street light by this time
in tuie way or nnotlier her children
with the exception of Kosina, had dii
or been killed or had run away. They
nan aiways iieen as wild as so many
quails, their being small control over
them from their birth. Only Kosina re
mained at home in a household fallen
inio general decay, apparently not an
unbroken cup, saucer, parlor vase, chair
or sola on tlie premises.
"l'lease tell me what to do?" she bor.
ged of me. "Kosina ran away a few
days ago with a young fellow. I had
them brought back. They are at my
nouse now, ricase come ami sec what
you can do with them."
VY hen 1 reached the house I took the
young lover off in a room by himself.
1 had no notion of marrvitii' Rosy."
lie explained to me. "I mean not now,
I haven't made enough yet to live on,
It wis her idea. She is a mighty bright
gin you know; looks like her mother,
anil takes after her. It was her idea,
sir. Mie told me she couldn t stand it
at home any loiijrer. I don't think neo-
pie uiHierstanii her mother; don t
Rosy docs, and it was her who trot me
into the scrape."
But do you love her? Are you will
ing to marry her?" I asked of the be
Oh, yes; of course." he said in a de
fiant way; "Oh, yes; I'm willing. I don't
see wiiere tlie oread and butter is to
come from; but oh, yes, I'll risk it!"
It was the funniest thmir! " Kosina
told me when I had her off to herself.
T got out of the back window about
midnight, I had to slide down the roof
of the kitchen, and llufo he was there
with a buggy. I had packed all mv
things in ii trunk and lowered it down
10 kmc wan a clonics line oetore I came
down. Uufe strapped it on behind the
buggy with the rope, and wo started. It
was dark as pitch and pouring dowu
rain. We did not care; Uufe and I liked
it!" and she laughed. She was as igno
rant as a girl could well be, but was
very pretty and "full of her fuu," as her
mother had often told inc.
"And you got into a creek?" 1 asked.
"Mother told you, did she? It was
the funniest thing!" she laughed. "We
did not think about it once. We might
have known the rains would have put
the creek up, but ta did not care. Uufo
gave the horse a cut w ith the whip no,
lie drove and I had the whip. I knew
my mother would have Major l'riuco
after us." At the mention of the mun
the eyes of the poor girl foil to tho floor
and she ceased to laugh. She was not
sixteen, and I was puzzled nt her sud
den seriousness. hen she lifted her
eyes to mine I saw the color slowly suf
fuse her face and neck in a way I could
' And Major Prince did come after
"Yes; mother heard us drive off; had
him found and sent him after us as hard
as he could drive. I thought I heard
him coming up behind and I gavo tho
horse a good cut as we drovo down into
the bottom. It was so dark you couldn't
set; your hand before your face. And it
was so funny!" she laughed. "Tho
creek was booming. In wo wcDt Tho
creek was swimming. How wo got out
I don't know, but we kept on through.
Oh, but I got wet!" and she laughed
more merrily than ever. "When Uufo
came to look the trunk was gone. Tho
creek had swept it down stream. Some
body found it next day lodged against
the brush half a mile away. My uaino
was on it and they sent it hero to-day
on an ox-cart. It's up stairs now. It
was full of water, and you ought to sco
the mess my things are in! This is ono
of mother's gowns I've got on." She
called my attention to it with outspread
hands, and give way to her merriment
like the child she was.
"And Major l'rinee caught you?"
"At the house on the other side of tho
creek. The horse broke the shafts in
getting out. My trunk was gone, there
was no way to ride. I told Uufe I could
walk if he would, but he said I was too
wet to walk. Yes. tho Major brought
us back in his two-horse buggy."
"And you are willing to marry your
"Yes; that was what we ran away for.
My mother ran off with a man when she
was a girl. Eliza ran away too, you re
member. She couldn't stand it any
more than 1 could," and the laughter
was gone. Her eyes were dry and tierce.
"No girl could stand it."
She looked at mo suddenly and said
nothing, only blushed. "I don't believe
you know anything about my mother,"
she said after awhile. Hut I was sav
ing to myself. "Who can know anybody
or understand anything?"
There was but one thing to do. I
called in the lover and the mother and
married the runaways. 1 doubt if they
could remember a moment after a word
of what I said during the ceremony.
"Uufe and I are going to his people
for a mouth," she informed me when I
shook hands at parting. "I can't stand
it!" she said, and I saw that her mother
had not kissed her; she seemed to be
afraid of her, seemed, shrinking to her
self in a corner, to be strangely shy of
All this took place in a new town iu
a very new southwestern State, but there
were many excellent households there,
and schools, churches and good society.
The family was the result of generations
going before, generations like it, per.
haps worse. There was an essential wild
ncss about it. "his like," Isaid tomyself
as I glanced over the forlorn rooms, tho
carpets torn, the hair-cloth of sofa and
chairs worn out, the few ornaments on
the mantel broken "it is like a ragged
blackberry patch among tho mountains."
A month after that a little negro girl
came running after me as 1 rode by tho
m gleeted-ltioking place. Her mistress
wanted to see me; but it was tho return
cd bride, not U;r mother.
"We are only just come back," sho
Haul to me, her hair and dresi in disor.
der. her face red with weeping.
"How is yuur mother?" I asked as I
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MQKNINQ, MAY 31, j882.
"She U)Cl my mother! She isn't
to bo a mother for anybody. Yesterday
bho ran away wiiiuiiaireii-iaced, broken
nosed Major Trinee, and she hasn't gono
to get married cither, l could kill her!
She isn't my mother! It makes it so
much worse for Uufo too. Wo talked nil
tho timo wo were gone what wo woul
do for her when wo got back, how
would try ami be a sort of mother to her,
Y ou never knew her slio is so sott am
(iorrowful; but she is tho worst woman
that ever lived! How 1 do hate her!"
William M. linker, in ( Cuntiuent,
Truth Is Highly.
When Dr. Tierce, of Huffulo, N. Y
announced that his "Favorite Prescription
would positively cure tno ninny disease
ami weiiKnesses peculiar to women, sonic
doubted, nnd continued to employ the harsh
aad caustic local treatment. But the mighty
trutli gradually became acknowledged
Thousands of Indies employed the "Favor
ite Prescription" and were speedily cured
A tortoise which died in the bishop of
Peterborough's garden, in was
more than two hundred and twenty
years of age. and one belonging to
Archbishop Laud died from neglect at
the age of one hundred and twenty
eight years. As to tishes, the pike has
been said to live two hundred and sixty
seven years, and the carp for two hun
dred years. It is highly probable that
the gigantic salamander may live for a
greatly prolonged period, and frogs nnd
toads are probably long lived animals,
small as is their relative size. A toad
has been kept for thirty-six years with
out showing signs of age, and then died
through an accident. Whales have been
supposed to live from three hundred to
four hundred years. The life of an ele
phant is said to extend beyond one hun
dred years, but of this there seems as
yet to be no certain evidence. Birds, as
creatures at once so active and warm
blooded (and thus compressing, as it
were, much life into a small period),
might be expected to be short-lived. Yot
parrots have been known to live for up
ward of a century, and pelicans, geese
and crows may exceed the period com
monly allotted to man. But however
commonly threescore years and ten may
oe me term oi numan lite, man can cer
tainly both live and retain his intellect
ual faculties more or less beyond ono
hundred years. Yet a horse is general
ly old at thirty, nnd is not known ever
to have attained twice that age. The
life of a sheen is of about fifteen venrs'
duration, and that of a dog from fifteen
to twenty, although allied animals are
much longer liveib Thus, the lion called
Ponipev. which died in the Tow. r of
Loudon in 1760, had lived therefor no
less thun seventy years. Kxtremely
varied, then, is the duration of the lite
of individual organisms. Not less var
ied are the relations to time of the races
and of different groups of animals and
plants. Species, genera, families, or
ders, and classes of animals and plants,
differ extremely as to their period of du
ration, some oi each of these groups up.
pouring 10 nave oeen Out short-lived
compared with other divisionsof similar
Mistaken for Consumption.
We have known persons to doctor for
years for consumption, all to no effect.
Though they had a cough, felt paui in the
lungs, were depressed, weak, with many
other symptoms tending to that disease, yet
there whs no strtictual unsoundness of the
lungs. These symptoms were all the pain
ful offspring's ol a torpid and diseased liver.
We could till a volume with testimonials of
thousands so affected, who were perma
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You cvh't humbug the American people,
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Chills ami Fever.
SIlllMMllIM I.lver ItcRII
luicir mhiii LreakM thu
i IiiIIh uml mirii K thu
fever ciul ol tlienvHtem.
lU'iirec wlieimii othur
K r the rellnf nnd euro
of Huh (liMtreKHlinr din
t'lini' une SiiiimoiiH Llv
ueirumiur will 'ottivly cure thin terriblu
e iiHert i mjiliiilirully W!ml wu know to
he ti ll
fluMiui n.ii lie. re.'ai,l,il ms a Hilling; ailment. N.
inn- m-iimncif uie iiiuiiipi reiilurlly of tlie t.ioeln
I ii.'H'i.iie us-!i nniiiii. l . y tiil.liii; Simmon Liver
uu'i.iruw. ii in nurmieKH, ninu nnd elli i'liiul.
uie or nvo talilei-i iTiiIh will relievo all the
tro'ililef incident to u hiliuii" notte. nm h an Nuiicea
ijii'..wi. ch, nMwuniTH, JU.-trcci- alter online;, a bit
ter bud tiiMi in the mouth.
M A I jA HI A.
I rioii nniy avoid uli ntlie l by oi oanloually
inuii: n mm,, in inn i.iver lU'pn.ilor lo Keep
i in- 1 1 . . i in urn, i ii v in nun
HA D JSHKATH!
truer. 1. 1 .inioni: ir.im a disordered etouiiicli, can
he eorreclcil uv takuiK Minuiiilic Liver lli ;ultor.
Simmons I.iver lurmat r coon erwdicile thii dic
esiHB from the djHteiii, leaving the cklu clear and
tree from Ml I inpurniei
Children Mi HV ft Hi! with colic n exm rienee re
nei w lien mimon i.iver ncu'uiiiior ! wlmii.tfter-
d. Adult 1110 derive 'Teat hem lit Irom tint
niedlrlne. It m not iu pKuniit , it i hariuicen
and tllective l'uiely vc"ituli!a.
1 U 4 A I ) 1 .) K 1 Sc, K 1 1 )N V S
Mit of I he dice am of the lilailcier on "Unite Irom
those ol tliu kliilicyi). He-lore the action of ll.u
liver fully nud both the kidney and bladder will
t y"Take mih the e-nuine. w hlch alnavx bn on
tlie w rapper the rnl , trade mark and MKiuiture of
For a1c by all ilruci'iM.
It first apparent tilled i to Increase the appe
tite. It a-lt ilielion ami can'- the fund to a-
MxtiiHtc propi -rly tiiiis the vtem 1 nourlclivd.
It nisi), by it tonic action on the digestive, organs
Induces nmre copio'.i and regular evacuation.
Thu rapidity with which patient take on lle-h
while miller t ticii !lu,-iice ol the Svrup, of it e If in-
dicatcc that no other preieiriitiun run be belter
adapted to help and imurii-h thu constitution, and
hence be more f.'licacinuH in all depre-ion of epir
it. liakin! or treiiiblliar of the hands or body.
oiii.'!i. f lior'n-.f of hp ath. or ronniii.ptive habit
I nt nerve- and inu.-tk become inrcnnheiiui, and
the blood purified.
The vitriol; kind nlWaVe. or decay that ull'ect
the human body, tiiotirb attended each with Home
yiiiploui Lot common with the rest, atfreo verv
inui.h in thi, that the )eii in all 1 ncary the
naniu. It n neu ral y c 'tjci deil. that the iiejority
of di?ca.e are- accompanied by faulty iliiet:oii;
and uch b mi! the ci:, we muM, lli order to cure
Mich ill.ea-c. cane the oran of diestinn to per-
lorni their proper fuiict ion. Normn dv ha be
fore lii i ii dircovcn.il wl.b. h hn o bcin-tinal mi In
llnelicu on thcPc on;iu ad KcUuvvo' t'oiiiiiound
t-.r !!,. )v ail IJrtlL'l.')"!
If you ptiflcr from ilyrpepia, use
bCKimi k m.ooi) i.Tttkk.s.
If you arc ulV.ii.tcd with lil'.iouM.c. ue
iu i;do; K iiL(ini) iiin cits,
If yen are piuuntci w.lh e k In m!a kc, lake
lU'HIKK K 111.00!) r.ITTKKS
If your bowel aie dUordcrcd rcu'ilate them w ith
in'KMn k iu.ooo ni iTKiis.
If your blood I Inienre, purify It Willi
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III'KIHICK lil.OOD I'.iri'KUS.
II y u are trouliled with rprinu t nmpla .nt, eiadl.
Ic ate them with HI HIKM. K 1U.001-J lilTTKUS.
II yo'ir liver e torpid ri Htore ii lo henithy in tlnu
wit nt' itnot k m.ooi) nrrncKs,
11 yo u liver I allecteil ynu w ill llnd a hure rcMnr
Ntivo lit M liDOt'K 111.001) Hll'TKUS.
If you have dii) rpei'icM of hmiior ur iilinple, fall
not totalte llt.'KDOi i; Itl.uoi) lUTTEKS.
If you have uny MniplimiH of uiciirit or hi refiilou
ures a curative remedy will be found In
llt'KDOl K HI,( to)) lilTTKUS,
For Impdrline Mrciij'th anil vitality to thu Hyntoni,
liotbln;' can ettial LfltDOCK 111,001) IllTTIiHS.
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potency uml nil
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ninini'HH oi vihioii, preinnitirii inn nt, and many
other dlHcucM that, lead to liivanltv, coiiMiniptlou
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IfKull parlkulam In our pamphlet, which wu
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COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDAR
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
Tl'PE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelops, Letter Paper, Note
Taper, Rill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, Ac, 4c.
The OXLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
WHITE VOil PKI KB.
M COLUMNS iS.
Filled With Choice Reading
Matter and Local
TERMS BY MAIL:
S2.00 PIER YEAR.
Always in Advance, or No Paper.
EEEEEEE TTTTTTT IIIII NN
K KT T T II NN
T II N N N
T II N NN
TTT IIIII NN NN
Neutral in Noth