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MISS LYDDY'S WEDDINQ GOWN.
HV Altol.lNK r. (Ui:UIN,
"Oh, iiiissut, iiiiv,ii.i! Noiui liii'sdoiio
Iiliink liorror iimlilisiiiAy with ch:i
ed uio:i tin f;wo (,( my small African, oh
she titooil ii)oii my thrcslmlil with up.
raisii hainl.s ittnl -y i-IkiIIs that sccnu'd
nt;trtitir from their sockets. Ili-r pauso
was oiii! of preparation, fur with tliu in
nate consideration of her r.teti kIio
sought to hreak the news gently to tin;,
hut the hurdi'M of it was too e;re:it for
her, and with the next breath' nhpx
claimed: "Jein pi;: done chawed MjiMiss Lvd
dy'n vveddin' rjown!''
"Glory," I exclaimed (she had been
jiionsly chri-teiieil (iloriana), "(ilorv,
iiow did it happen?"
'Imtnio!" naid (ilory. " Tears to tun
dent jdfrs has jjot Satan in 'eni. (iness
dey'.s 'wended from de ole lot what run
down a -toep place inti rde sea. I'll go
an' fetch ye a jiicee."
She sped out and instantly returned
with atatu-red shred of India mull that
had once been white, and still bore some
resemblance to a cowii. I'nor Miss
Lyddv! This was all that remained of
her dream of wedding splendors. It
was too pitiful! I felt at once that tho
bonds of (joint neighborhood had been
irretrievably broken, ami that Major
Hawthorne must be made aware of this
last and wur-l depredation of his un
liut who would break the news to
"(ilory,'' said I, -where is she?"
"(ione over to de huryin'-phice to
'tend to di! ancestors," answered (ilory.
i'oor, faithful soul, even in those last
days of her maidenhood, with thevajjue
terrors of matrimony ami the still more
appalling responsibilities of unsaved
heathen souls lianiii'' over her, she did
not forget the ance-tor. Iti lines
of liiidkin-es lay buried in little sunken
hillocks in the family bun in-placn,
which lay just in siht of her sitiinj
rooiu window. She herself was the last
of her race, and until w ithin three weeks
it had seemed that the only fate w hich
awaited her was to lie out her little
space under the ancestral roof-tive and
then take her place in the silent ranks
of thor-e who had fjone before. Hut a
change had come. It came in tin.' per
son of a returned missionary from the
Micrunesian Islands, who had buried
the tirt ami second partners (,f bis j'.ys
and sorrows somewhere under the palm
tref s of thnse tropical lands, and had
conie back t the scenes of his youth to
recruit his health, serve the cause and
look up partner number three. He met
Mks IauiIv at a woman' a missionary
meeting. lie called the next afternoon
and was invited to stay to tea. He ac
cepted the invitation, and the m-xt
morning Mi-s Lyddvcameintomy room
for I, too, domiciled under the Lud
kius roof-trt.-e, for a coiisideration--aud
with much hesitation and many faint
and delicate blushes informed me that
she had promised to share the future lot
of the Rev. Nehemiah Appleblooni, to
take care of his six children and sustain
and support him iu his arduous labors
anions tho heathen of the Micronesian
I was struck dumb with amazement.
"Miss Lydia," I said at length, "have
you duly considered this project?"
Her thin liureiiiivered and her whit
face, that had yet a delicate remem
brance of youth in it, grew tender with
"Yes," bhe said, "I think I have. I
have always had a nreseutiment that I
ahould marry n minister or a mission
ary." Admirable, and pathetic faith!
"And Mr. Applebloum sas he knew tho
moment he set eves upon me that I was
ordained to be his wife; so you see it is
not the surprise to either of us that it is
likely to be to our friends.
I knew then that her mind was fully
made up, so I demurred no longer, but
lent myself nt once, to a discussion of
tho weddimr, which I plainly saw was
what Miss Lyddy desired of me.
"You will bo married in church, I
fill, lifi " Rfliil Miu-i l.vililv u-itli frnn-
tie decision. "I am the last of the Lud-
kinses. All the Ludkinses have been
married at home. I will go out from
under my own roof-tree. If I must
Boetn to for.sake the ancestors" she
jmuscil to regulate a lit t lo choking in
her throat "1 will at least not forsake
their traditions, 1 shall leave n little
money with the, parish clerk, that he
may seo that tho graves of my dead nro
kept iu proper order, ns I nhvays have
loved to keep them, and I hope they
will forgive my departure; but I will n't
'east go as a I.udkms should. It is my
oesiro to no marrieu iu my giauuuioin
Miss hyddy'n voico trembled, and
there was a humidity iu her eyes, at
which I did not, wonder, for it was" much
like a funeral, after all.
"I though), jierhaps," went on Miss
hyddy, "if 1 brought the vcneralcd relic
toyoii, you would tell me if anything
were ticcesary to be dono to lit it lo
me. I don't caro for the fashions, you
know, and my grandmother, as I re
member her, was tiliotit mv Height, out
still, you know something - some
I'hanws minht bo advisable."
"I'crtainlv," I said, "do bring it to
ino. I should so like to sen it.
"It is sprigged India (she called it
Ingy) mull. '"My grr.ndfalher, Captain
tSimon lludkins , uroitgni n mnnu ironi
over the seas. I'll hnng it."
Like some nalo ami centlo chost sho
rose then mid went to a bureau drawer
and unrolled from folds of linen that
smell, of lavender, the fair, frail relio of
Mrs..Cnitain tSimon Ludklns' wedding
Hat p. It was a fino embroidered mull,
tho undoubted product of Indian looms
"It i.s lovely," I mild, "and so well
kept that it will bo just tho thing for
you. Will you try it on? Wo can tell
then just w hat it needs."
Miss Lyddy proceeded to disioho her
self and put on tho spider-net gown.
As she d'ul so, the changes in fashion's
mandates became only loo evident. It
had no waist to speak of, and just a lit
tlo lace-triiumed puff for sleeves. Miss
Lyddy was evidently surprised. She
had not thought of this. I knew well
what the troubled look upon her face
meant, and I pitied her maiden sensibil
ities. Could it bo possible that her
prandniothcr, Mrs. Captain Simon Lud
kins had ever worn such a gown as this?
She said not a word that could indicate
the depth of her mortification, b jt her
face was a study for an artist.
"There must be sleeves," she mur
mured, after a few moments of silent
and cnibarra! ted contemplation.
"Yes," J replied, cheerfully as my
constrained gravity would allow. "And
you might have a fichu and a flounce on
Sho looked down. Sho had not be
fore realized that tho skirt of tho ven
erated relic lacked a full quarter of a
yard of touching the floor.
"However could they!" she ejaculated
in an undertone. Hut she ipiickly re
covered herself and looked up to me
cheerfully over her spectacles.
"How ingenious you are!" she ssid,
with an air of sweet relief. "I knew
you would help me out."
We went out together and bought tho
requisite mull that day, but when we
canio to put, it beside the "venerated
relic" of Mrs. Caplafn Ludkins it was
evident that lime had so enriched the
color of the latter that the two were most
'We can lay it out on the grass," I
lid; "these June flews are jtK the
thing for it, and as it will be evening
nobodv w ill in the least notice."
AL'ain Miss Lvddv smiled irratefullv.
ami declared that my suggestion should
be carried out in tho most faithful man
The Rev. Nehemiah Applebloom
A lovely name, don't you think so?"
said Lvddv, and nhe blushed and smiled
like a school-girl in her teens had but
a short furlough, and the marriage was
to transpire the next week, so the relic
was put out to bleach forthwith. 11 had
already been on tho grass three days
arid nights and had been religiously
watered by Miss Lyddy at morn and
noon and dewy eve, and the next day it
was to bo taken tit) early and put into
the dres-maker's hands for the neces
sary alterations, when the dreadful
event occurred with w hich this narrative
"(ilorv," I said, "do vou keep watch
for Mi-s Lvddv when she returns. Say
nothing about what has happened un-
ess she misses the gown from the grass.
Iu that ease tell her that I thought it
wits bleached enough and took it up to
dry. and you don't know where I have
put it. I am coin;: out now, but if she
asks where, tell her vou don't know."
(lory was faithful, and had besides
the natural craft of her race, and I
knew that she could be trusted. As for
me, I swiftly donned my bonnet and set
out to tind Major Hawthorne. It was
a bright June evening, and my walk
through the meadow and the grove that
skirted Hawthormleau would have been
a delightful one if I had borne a mind
more at ease. The Major was a gentle
man by birth, but he had lived out his
titty bachelor years in a gav and care
less way that had seemed to set the
gentler part of creation nt defiance. In
the lifetime of his parents Hawthormleau
had been a 1'cautiful estate. H still re
tained many small marks of wealthy
and cuhivated ownership, but it wa.s
sad! run down, as the home of a bat h
eloi'is a it to be. The grove, which had
once been the pride of the place, was
TOtt u up to brush now, and the sere
leaves of many summers' growth rustled
under my fed as I walked through it.
At one point, coming suddenly around
a thick dump of undergrowth, 1 hoard
a chorus of tinv snorts and the scamp
ering of numberless hoofs, and knew
thatl had invaded a haunt of the Major's
last agricultural freak, the very brood
of Berkshire pigs that were the source
of all my borrowed woes. Away they
scampered, their snouts well raised in
the air, and each with a curl in its tail
that seemed too ornamental to be whol
ly the product of nature and to justify
the village rumor that the Major's man
put those tails in curl-papers every
night. They had the air of spoiled
children, every one, and were evidently
the Major's pets.. Hut that didn't mat
ter; they had ruined Miss Lyddy 's wed
ding gown, to say nothing of a dozen
other aggravating exploits which do
not belong to this story, and I was de
termined lo have satisfaction out of their
I found the Major sitting on his piazza
with an after-dinner look upon his
handsome, good-humored face. He rose
to greet mo with an air of old-school
politeness, dashed with a faint wonder
thatl, a woman, should have had the
hardihood to approach a place so little
frequented by wmnen.
"Hood evening, Miss (Jrace. I am
happy to seo you. In hat can I hnro
tho honor to serve you?"
Ho had read my face and knew that
I had come on a mission.
"Ma jor Hawthorne," I said, paying
no attention lo his oiler of a chair,
"I have como on a very painful er
rand." "Sit down, madam," said the Major
politely. "I cannot possibly Permit a,
lady to stand on my piazza. I ought,
perhaps, ask you to walk in, but it is
rather slufVy indoors this evening."
No," I said, "I will sit here, if you
please." To tell tho truth, indoors, as
seen through tho window, had not tho
most inviting look, and I was glad to
"You have, no doubt, heard" plung
ing in vinlins res "that Miss Lydia
Ludkins is about to bo married?"
"Married! Miss Lydia! No! Hadn't
heard a word of It," ?aid the Major in
genuine amazement. "Who is tho fortu
nate man, pravP"
"Tho Hev. Nehemiah Applebloom, n
missionary to tho Micronesian Islands,
who has come home to recruit his health
and And a wife."
"I know him," said the Major. "Saw
him down at tho station a long, lean,
lank Individual just tit for his vocation;
no tomptation whatovcr to cannibals!
Hut what the deuce la ho golug to do
with Miss LydiaP What will Balaam's
Corners do without herP"
. . "Balaam' CoQen niUt do tho best
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING,
it can," I said I foar a little sharply
for my mind was still in a most aggres
sivo state toward the Major.
"They tiro to bo married next week,
"What will become of tho'ancestnr'sP"
interpolated tho Major, in whom sur
prise seemed to have gotten tho better
of habitual politeness.
"Oh, she has made arrangements with
Mr. Crow about that."
"Just like her! Dear, faithful girl."
The Major had all his life loved all
the sex -not one -and I was not to bo
beguiled by this show of feeling.
"She had set her heart upon being
married in her grandmother's weddinir
gown. "Old Mrs. Captain Simon? 1 remem
ber her well. A mighty tine woman.
Sho would never have gone to the ends
of tho earth with a missionary. It's the
craziest scheme I ever heard of."
I began to fear that I should never
get to my errand.
"It was put out on the grass to bleach,
being a little yellow with age. It .was
a lovely embroidered India muslin that
the old Captain brought home from In
"How well I remember him in my
boyhood! A jolly soul! A grand-daughter
of his going oil to the Cannibal Islands
to be eaten up by savage.,! 1 won't have
"Her heart is set upon going," I con
tinued. "The wedding-gown was put
out to bleach, and this Very afternoon
those little Berkshire pigs of yours
they nre a nuisance to the whole neigh
borhood, Major trampled and rooted
it to pieces, .so that it is utterly ruined."
Little black rascaK!" said the Ma
jor, with a chuckle behind hin neck
cloth. "And I have come, without hor
knowledge, to tell you of it, because I
was sure that, under the circumstances,
a gentleman of yourbreedimrwould feel
in honor bound to make some repara
tion to Miss Lydia."
The Major mused and looked at his
boot for a moment in silcnc
"Miss (irace," he said at length, "I
thank you for the service you have ren
dered mo iu this matter. Will you have
the goodness to ay to Miss Ludkins,
with my compliments, that I shall do
myself tho tumor to wait upon her to
morrow morning at ten o'clock, to ad
just the unfortunate matter? I beg in the
meantime that she will give herself as
little solicitude as possible, for though 1
cannot restore the ancient and venera
ted dry goods, 1 will do the best that is
possible under the circumstances to
make the loss good."
He bowed over my band and the au
dience was evidently concluded. Was
I satisiied? No. indeed! What woman
would not have b it wronged to bo lefi
at the end of a mission of disinterested
benevolence in such a state of doubt and
uncertainty as this? But was obliged to
go home nevertheless, and wait as pa
tiently as I could for the stroke of ten
(ilory had been iu hearing when tho
menage had been delivered to Miss
Lyddy and ohe too was on the watch.
At last she scudded in from the hedge,
her ivories all a-glisten,, and her ey es
wide open and full of a rather incom
"He's a-comin"' she said; "and such
At that minute the ijate clicked and
up the walk strode indeed a most aston
ishing ligure. The Major had gotten
himself up iu a continental suit, which
lie must have lisheilout of the unknown
d"pths of the ancient attics at Hawlhorn-
ileau; mack velvet, coat with lace rut
lie at the wri t, knee breeches, white
satin waiicoat. slippers with shoe
buckles, powdered w ig and rocket hat.
He was six feet tall, portly and well
formed, and he looked every inch a Sign
er of the Declaration at the very least.
He was followed by his colored man,
who carried a large brown paper par
cel. "He's come a-courtin', missus," said
Glory, "ye can .see it in his face.
I had not the instinct of Glory, and
doubted; but what, his errand wa I was
dying to know.
' But he disappeared into Miss Lydia' a
parlor, and I was left outside to temper
my ini patience as best I could. Pres
ently (ilory entered on tip-toe.
"Missus", missus," she whispered. "l)e
do's swung open jess do leas' crack, an'
its less opposite de bur murror, an' if ve
come out here in tie hall, ye can see it
nil in de murror as plain as day, an' it's
a beep bettcr'n a play."
It was a temptation, but believe mc,
dear reader, 1 resisted it. Only as (ilory
ran back to her peeping. 1 followed to
pull her aw ay and send her out of doors
that was simply my duty and there
he was full on his knees before her, and
sho with that rapt seraphic look upon
her face which no woman ever wears
except on the most vitally interesting
occasions. But (Ilory disposed of, I
went back to my sewing and waited as
best 1 could the conclusion of the mo
mentous interview. The Major came
out at length, as smiling as a May morn
ing, leaving the brown paper parcel be
It was very still in Miss Lydia' s room
for a quarter of an hour, and then she,
too, emerged from her retreat. Spread
over her Tiands w as a gown of cream
colored brocade embellished with the
loveliest roses in full bloom, with blue
forget-me-nots trailing here and there
among them. It had an ample waist,
elbow sleeves, nud a train a yard and a
"My dear (irace," she said, "the Ma
jor has brought me his mother's wedding
gown to be married in.
"It i.s beautiful," I said; "hut who is
to be the bridegroom?"
"Tho major himself! Didn't he look
grand in his knee breeches?"
"And Mr. Applebloom?"
"Major Hawthorne will adjust that
"That matter," indeed! She spoke as
though it were already as remote from
her as tho pyramids.
"I congratulate you. Miss Lydia," I
said, growing formal, for she had be
"Don't blame mo," she murmured.
"Major Hawthorne declares that, ho luii
loved mo since I was a child, hut never
thought himself worthy of mo (the gay
deceiver!); and Mr. Applebloom, yoii
know, is only tho acquaintance of ft
I wauted to ask her how sho had dis
posed of hor presentiment, but I did not
Major Hawthorne subscribed fifty dol
lars to theMjcroaesim Mission and seat
Mr. Applebloom elsewhere to look for '
ft wife, and the verdict of Balaam's Cor.
ners was that he had done the handsome
"'For goodness!" said Glory, "ef
dero weren't a clar' relation between
dem pigs ;,n' providence den I don't
Miss Lydia took tho same pious view
of tho matter, and made the Major tho
mo;.t dainty and dignified of wives.
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til Ttteeilay evenlnt; Auu'ut 1 uetl, for keeping all
public drire well iu the city in irood working or
der fur the reniainlri! portion of the flcal year
I April Ho h, IKli. ANofor the laying of mwer
plpeon Commercl.il avenue, between Third and
Ki ft It atreetf, and between Nlnelh aud Tenth
nvetH. and on Tw .nly-m cond atreet, between
M a-nut and I'tna atree. Work to be done aatia
fnrlory to the eotnniltteu on atreela. A good and
niitlici-nt beu.l lor twh e the amount of bill innat
accompany all uropnait, on. Toe right to reject
any aud all blda r'served by the city,
D. ,1. KOLKV, City Clerk,
(t HAY'S SPKriFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MA RK. The flreat Kntf-
lleli remedy, An
tinliillln cure for
fiermiit .rrhea. ini
potency r.iil all
ilinea-eH that I'olow
am A keMUenre
EC Ol I ' ............ '.'if 1
Ulora iAlfiiluniveraalbtaaltiirieje, rn , .
'-i.hO.Iii llin l.arlr IM itlKlBff,
dlninen- of viaion, piemnture old ajje, and many
other iliaeaea that lead lo inaanitv, conatunptlon
or a ;ir"inature prave.
(rFnll artic'iiiir In our pamphlet, which we
tli ire to aetid free bv nititl to cvervone. IThe
Specill" .Meilii e la ,):i i,v al! druiii;lHta at jl iter
ji.ii KMre, or m ,M:(nirei fur or will heaent free
bv m.iii ou receipt of the money, bv aildreaninir.
Til H (JKAY MKDIC1NR CO.,
lit'pru), N . Y .
On accrtir.t of connterfeita, via havo adopted the
Yel ow Wrapper; the oulv genuine. Onatanteea
Sold in Cairo by P. (i. SC'Ilt.'II.
Wholesale Aeenf, M-irriaon, l'lumber tS: Co,,
I BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliance ara sent on 30 Dm1 Trlil,
TO MEN ONLY, YCUNQ OR OLD,
lr"HO aro anfTi-niiK frum Naayouj Debilitt,
Lokt Vitality, l.xrn or .Scava Fubi ani
Viiina, Wastiiu l KAaNLssm. ami nil ttione diawt
or 1'ei'hukai. Niri'RK ii siotiiu frum Aiti'nM and
OTIiail l ArsHM. ,1irc,ly relief l'l COnpletO ri'MiM
Mile nut llmt.Tii.l to-hi .ii'.i! Mamiihih iM ahaktkkii.
Th, irrnnili l ttim-"Vi. r.v nf the Ntnel,'nlll Century,
hellit ,lt uliee fur UltlMi ultd Pulilpljlet frea. AdiJreiu
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent roputation in
jurod by worthless imitations. Tho
Public aro cautioned against buy
ing riastors having similar sound
ing names. Sco that tho word
CAPCINE is corroctly spollod,
Aro tho only improvomont ovor
mado in riastcrs.
Ono is worth mo ro than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will poHitircly euro whoro other
remedies will not oven rcliovo.
Frico 5 cents.
Eowaro of cheap Plustors mado
with lead poisons.
SEABUR Y & JOHNSON,
.M'ttiitl ii'ttirlm; chcmlala, New York.
A M Ifi: ItlMII lt AT I.AWT." I'rteevvii,;
MLAD'S Medicated CORK and BUNION PLASTER.
.....,., Mln..Tiiir nn i o MARK
rAKCiUIHi rUriUAIIIt ritL New itioii
llloml, and .ltenMiilelelychanae Ilia liloedlut iki'Ii
I ire i ili in in I h reci iinnitba, Any iwrwiii who will tnhei
1 pllleneh imrhtlnini I I" 1 1 weekamay be nored
to mind health, ltneli a tinea baimaalhlp. Huldet
rrywlifie, nr netil by mini fur H letter litmiA, I. H.
JoilhouN lo., Ileatuit, Mau., fnuprly llantfiir, St
INJKOTION, la npoaltlva cur rbrnll Olaehariraa,
itlnirlou'. HiiiHi tliiif null Pain fill ittllatkina of till
81 AO pec t'ottla. For aula by all clruf
. V V n-MiilhvfftnNMintirfa
PiTJinrfvilLO, JOHN D, PAlVrt HONS,
I 17raiid 177 Avonm.tra Bt. OIM01NMATI
0UIO. 1'laumi mouliou tiiia ppr,
For Hale by BARCLAY BttO'S, Cftlro, ItHiioli.
f DR. fffl
m in win!
NEW ADVKUTI8K MENTS,
ature'a Sparklintr Hpoeiflc fur inillRaailon and,
RlltoiiHneea, tint water of tin famona Ueur Hps,
la duplicated lit a mn ent with a aponnlal or Tar
rant'a feltzer Aperient, wltli h rmnalna every val
nulile ctlimiui t of the Oertnan Hprluit. The (rrcat-e-i
phynicanaiif Knrntie pruiiotiiira that Iree gift
nf rrnvldeuce the moat potent "fall aunwn alter
at vea, and ita far altnilo, lnh nnd fi taming?, ! now
placed wlihin the reitU of every invalid of tha
Mttl.t) I!Y AM. Dltl'GOIsrs.
LOOK! LOOK'! SHE!.'!
K(i( r LKSTON'S
I'ATKXT tSH EliVING,
AD.Il STA HM: ami 1'iiKTAnt.F:, for atnrea ami
Can change pare between Ihe abulven In a mo
nieit No ttmiblr to p'tt up. None to take down.
Write fur dvacriplive tlretilara. prie." llata, Jtc.
Addreaa: I'ATKNT rIIKI,VIN( CO.,
"'Ill W. Ma.tiaon St. I' UU imo, III.
VflHWi AIVT Ityoa wain toieatnTeleura
1WIj1'u ill 1 ill ,,v inu lew mi.uthn. and bo
certain of a aitim-lnn, mldrea Valentine Hrothera,
JaneKVille, v y.
4 DVKH risliltsi neml furoiir feleri liat of local
ni;ta;iaier, (iro. 1'. Kowell Co. b) Spruce St.
Clrti..iitl' ir t bn Hire-.! tit' aittiii mukiiiK ivuitlar ni"ntlil
in,iu-fri.ru inuMiiieniKnf ( lntnf lnOUiinii'ireilmlineia
Ivli'll UleLlla r U'l'til tin' llelii lil i, I ,,;ihiHMl I1lilial ill Dm
(.'lull, into l'tier rent. I f l-l.-ti. U .il iie iiililv. Ile
imtirt of I'tienttintH 'itt en. h ini mln-r. rtlntre- iln eaeh,
riilii'Tii il'ie, ii'im,-..wi',le, Intn lenit'le. A re'liitilei ni.
p ik, nil.. ni imti .l in eiry tmsii. fi, 1a1 ii..lin nie'iita.
Kri :un.tt,ii v f 'T, ii!:tr Mlnt frt. A lnri I;. K, KlmjaIi.
iCo., 1.; i r;i Wallet?!, CHICAGO, lix.
I STOPPED FREE
.Til, KLINK'8 GREAT
I NtnvE Restorer
r till ItKAIN AMlNrKH
Di-nsr.v ovt v -i KK eif.r run Nr.HvaArrEO
iiiiNrits,i:tiir.nT,i!t'vIM A l.l.l HI. K it ukita
ita iliri'i'ti'il. A,iii, nth r ftp., fin. ,ut. Trwftliaw k.
$1 trial tmitlii rrip i Kit 1'nf'i.tluvv faying onrrtaa
,iliarc,'H mi Ih.i.m tit'ti rtirulttiil. hiel atitiirv'.u.tnil
iir-iil,r. tiif Attlii-tBil tfl l Kl.lNi:,'.i:tl Ana
Or EVIRY KIND CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Rlfli,Shot Otitia, Rcvolvera, Aininnnltloii,
I'NbiiiK Taeklf, Si'lnea, Nela, Knlvea,
K:t.nra,Skntea, Ilaminocka, etr,
Lnr),e Illintrnte,! Catalogue I IIEE.
GREAT V ESTER n'gUN WORKS,
WANTED 1 I.tliifs HTtd Oentb'tnen. toenirftW
with us to sell aeveml llavfnl llniiaxhola
Article. l'ritlllH lurs Lntor 1 llf(ht.
Kxi l'.tmvfl tet rltory tjivfn. No competition.
T"nn lil.rrnl. C renin m KKKF.. Adilresn
HettlU MaiiufaiTtitlii., Ilnx Hi, l'lttsburgh, P.
Swcdiah Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will llmroiii'lilv exterminate Roaches, Ants,
Ted Hill', Klfn., I.lt r','l'oliiie, (i mnl Cotton Wormn,
MotJi, l ie. It h unfit, ntni, cleiinly ami i-beiip. It
will not piiltnti HtiiiniiK or fowN. r-ample pack
ijirea bv iii-ul ;ji) cents, p.tst )tit,l. Sumps taken.
iri'iilma fri'c. Ai;..iti Wnntnl. Aiblreag,
u. ii. uuuflaujiv, I'ittaburgb, Fa.
Of all kinds for sale vorw chean.
(CatalOCUOS free. Aihlreaa, RICHIRII
I HULL i CO. Box 868. iHttatmrRh, Pa.
: , ; - u m ", -j a n
TIIU II ALU DAY.
A New ami t oiiipieie 1 1 (! . fronllmt on l.ovoe
rtecontl and Hallroad Nlreela,
Tb rui'viier Detiot, nf Ibc Cttli fti'ti, St. I.otiU
au' .lew OMeatia: llllimla Ceiiitul; Wabnah, I I,
l.imla and I'm-1 tic; lion Mountain ami H.miheru,
Mobile and Ohio; l ain and M. I.nuia Hallway
are all Juat aeroat the r tn'el: while lu Steamboat
l.umlli'K la but otic aiinarn dialant,
Thla llnlol ta liealttd by aieatn, baa ateani
I,ttndry, llvdranllc Klevntor, Klectrlc ( ''II Holla.
Automatic Klru-Alartna, Hatha, ahaiiltitely pnra air,
purlect aeweraw'M ami unuplulu aptiolutiiiuuti.
Huiierh l'uruieliltia perfect aurvtce; audaoun
t P. PAHKICIC Ac COtii
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