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A Hew Song of Shirt.
ttV r. !.. T.
I At meeting (if tlx ninrlillilKlH und ut her
working women, hold iccoiillyitt tho Kiml-cmd,
I.Otplllll, It WHS Milled tllllt WCIIIK'II Ul)l Klrln,
who hud to Imil their own iinicliltiioi, cut tun,
Mini 'Xii'ii'M, wow ml lor nmkltig ludlea" ul
ster.) uiidjuckct tbo tiiHontbly low sum of two
-ilillitiiKi u ilo."ii.) ,
Twlcii twenty ycsu hnvo swiftly Mown
since IIimhI, whoso laugh wum half a moan,
Whh urged I'i imlnt the wiinl mid woe
(r HiKhu wliiwu 1'it It Is to new.
II ;n icn In frcsh-alir-d i.'Kre socnicd dipped,
A from tint attic's lull Im strlpi.
Iti curtain, mid let In a glaro
Of light tliHt nimlf men HtHrt und (tare.
And thu, each note ot It o pang,
1 hi' Lyric of the Hblrt he awig.
Full forty years hHVo pnaand, yet still
Ikies greed contrive to malm or kill;
Ami all tlii echoes of thiit shout
or wretli the poet'it cry let out
Mhvh iiiurrnuri.il ilnwn into n bum
'i'lint Plight, lor till 11m um, be cliiinb,
So powcile-M in ii Urotm toaavn
Or tven hHp the nui'ilio'it aluvo.
r'or eyes arn 'red" aud flngora "worn"
Ai when thu sonvMii-ri heart wan turn;
And 'Hlll. il, alitcb, Milch," yet speak") the
h thousands hidden In tho ginnru.
Tho only chnngo tlio work-girl fools
li proper i( thin Bfei' or wheels;
l''Hi.il IIoihJ mug now, hi burden ijuick
Would I .lite Undf to click, click, click '.
I:U click, click, click, tieforo the gray
Una wnri'ieil Into the lull -oiiih iIhj ;
It's click, c.ick, i u k, wbcn noon shows all
The -.linns npMii i tilihy Willi;
1 1 " h clii k, click, ivli'ii daylight ivnnea,
And dm m r grow the dusty pHiios;!
'I hen 'ni nth the liiu.ing giis-jct bright
It ' Click, click, click, in o Dim night.
Week In, week out, tbn Holt-siiiiiH strain,
A lew poor pence an hour to gHln;
Through Miiuincr'n glow and Winter' cblll,
The cchm.'ii-mi fri-udle's working still.
Vpoii tlieeheck no row ret, .
The t-otjjli come hollow Irom the client,
Hot liealib or eickneea. rain or mm,
Tim iiever-cielinif emn In run.
'in ri nd 'hat uttirhtiig women iiay
Wlth'n mi KiMt-end hull to-'luy
And f e jour nul with uii(it burn
When told the pit iniiin tbnt they enrn.
tro Imten to their haif-beard plaint,
Thrii;;b niwleru turmoil riiiix taint,
Ai 'I e Mil Unit with a Li ijiiipei toniru
ihe btiltt'a .i I f'ontr nhould tie rctuni(.
THE GAMBLER'S WirE.
BY IWritlMATi K.
"W'lnit now beituty have wo lit-ro,
Curl?" I asked, taking a .small colurcil
picture from anions tin; miiisof jiaitii.
pattiplilcts, wrappiMg-i:ti-r, tdc.. that
covuifil tbo tabic nml Hour o( lite libra
ry, anl which wouM have tohl plainly
enough to all ;teiuaintaiiccs that Carl
wan Ht honn; once nioix', after this his
lunest ramble in foreign lamls, with
out the corroborating testimony of cigar
binoke, or tho lounging figure in the ohl
For this brother of miu? never upc-nt
over six months" of the year in the beau
tiful country home of his chililhuoit,
giving the other six to whatever place
or people promised most entertainment
on ("hort notice. The labt three months
had been spent in I'aris, so I conject
ured tho little gem of art I held in my
hand w:w a French beauty; the pure
outline and exquisite complexion look
ing moil lifelike as they smiled up at
tue from tho tinted can!. Hut notwith
standing the great beauty of contour
and feature, there wus a frightened, al-nm-t
hunted look in the dark eyes that
told f tragcdy.or ct least anticipated it.
"Who is she Carl? The cm s atVeet
ine stiatigolv. uith their wild, frighten
ed look. There is a reign of terror in
them eipial to the one h'-r ancestors
paved through. 1 n!ni"-'l see the
shadow of the guillotine in their velvety
Let nie .see; ah, my little si-trr, may
urn never know no hard a fat'-as this
poor trirl t' licouiltei'.'d und uceuiillied
to. No, she is not French a Ji 1 1.-.--! a n.
but married to a Frenchman." And
Carl tool; the picture from my hand and
placed it on a Miiall easel above his
desk. "I will tell you about her, Louie,
if you have au hour, and I will tell why
I told you.
Ii was while Tom Karnes was with
nie last .June, and when we If ft Ver
sailles lor I'aris, that I tirt eau Madam
l.itterre- tliou'li J think the name an
assumed one. We had to run t) pre
vent being lefi, I remember, and
Ibnne-., out of humor because of it,
ji'unei'd his f-iee ii't" his lunik and left
me to nij iiw n resources.
"As soon us 1 was comfortably set
tled I. as usual, began scrutinizing my
travelling companions, ami trying to
imagine who and what they were.
There were four besides otii ielves in the
enniege. One a ijuiet, middle-aged
Kngli-binan, who was soon asleep in
his corner. The two who sat uextiin
nelf were evidently husband and wife,
though he paid her none of the atten
tion und politeness usually accorded in
iiublio, even if dispensed with privately,
lie was a pale, iiiicl. iiihii ol twenty
live, perhaps, richly but quietly dress
ed, and seemingly taking no notice of
liny one around him. The wife, too,
was pale, and much as she looks there
in that little picture.
"Mio .seemed to be MtlTcring. and fre
quently put her hand to her forehead;
rind I observed upon the deliealely
formed, ungloved hand a costly dia
mond. It was a beauty; and 1 enjoyed
looking at the flashing grm as she ca
ressed a small lngli.slt dog that often
looked up at her with ntVeetionate rec
ognition. "Tho other passenger I could not
mako out at all. lie was elderly, com
monly dressed, and with scnut gray
lair und heavy whiskers. His piercing
eyes were frequently placed on thu h
lent youngjiiarricd couple, and then he
timnud an utterly oblivious of thotu as
thev of him. What was his nationality?
Was ho with thorn, or a strauger like
myself P I could not tell. And tho
more I looked the more uncertain I be
came. 1 thought, too, there seemed an
effort at disguise. Ho kept his face
averted all ho could, consistent with his
watchfulness of tho quiet young bus
band that ho at times eyed ko very per
"We sped along over tho beautiful
road, oaub absorbed in his own reflec
tions, broken only by an occasions! low
High from tho lady, and soon arrived st
our destination. Tho train flopped,
and ns none of my companions- showed
any disposition to move Jirst, 1 aroused
llarnes from the depth') of his romauee,
und wo left the carriage.
"Dinner over, wo went to the thea
tre, and iiflonvurd, by tho persuasion of
friend, to a private gambling-house.
I was greatly surprised on entering to
seo my elderly travelling companion
sealed at tho table, his eyes ami man
ner keen us ever, and deep in a gunio
of roi,ji:l-iitiir. it was early yet, and
very few people were present; but ev
ery sound was hushed, and the game
went on in dead silence, broken only by
the voices of the dealers calling the re
sult of the games, and tho rattling of
the gold as it was raked from one to an
other. The old man seemed ia luck for
the time being, and won every garao.
I thoiiL'ht a gleam of satisfaction shono
over his face as tho door opened and
our other travelling acquaintance from
Versailles the quiet, careless husband
entered and sat down to play.
"I did riol play that "night, and my
whole attention was given to those two.
The young iiihii lost from the first deal.
Houloau after rouleau was swept from
the table by his watchful old opponeut;
but still he played on. The large sums
he lost, aud his pale, excited face, deep
ly interested me, und I stayed on und
watched him until late at night, when
ho left, his hist Napoleon gone.
"After .-upping at a coffee-house, I
went back to my room at thu hotel, but
for some cause could not sleep. The
heat was oppressive, and my room
small; besides, the game I had been
watching had excited me strangely, and
I only fell into a troubled sleep near
"I was awakened about daylight by
voices in the adjoining room-those of
a man and woman, evidently. The
man's voice was low and pleading, and
the woman seemed to be en ing. Icould
hear enough to understand that she
was rcfii-iug him some request, for his
tones became loud and threatening, and
at last I heard bilu say:
" lf Mm refuse me. you seal my ruin
and yonr own. I have no more gold
and I must have the diamonds to re
trieve III) self."
"Hysterical sobs were the only an
swer he received, and he continued:
"Something tel!- me I shall win to
night, and 1 must have the ring.'
"Never, Chant;! 1 cannot give it up.
It is all I have left. It was my mother's,
and I will not let it leave me."
"The man's voice was sochoked with
assion that his words w ere inariiuii
ate, but with a bur-t of wild anger he
left, slamming the door after him. The
woman's sobs became lower, her crying
ceased, and 1 fell into another uap, not
waking until near ten.
"I saw neither nf my gambling ac
quaintances that day, and the night
found ine again in Monsieur Carlo's
rooms The old man was again on
hand not satisfied, I thought, with his
winnings of the night before and again
1 saw a gleam of satisfaction cross his
face as his victim of the previous even
ing came iu and got ready to play.
'Make your game the game is
made up!' cried the dealer, and was
about to ileal the cards, when the young
man who had just entered called out,
in a loud voice:
" "Fifty Napoleons upon the red!'
"Seeing he placed no money upon
tue table, the croupier paused a mo
ment, then said:
"Sir, you must stake the money. '
The gambler started and turned paler
than over, a long, shuddering sigh
broke from him as he felt fiist in one
pocket, then in another, and tin ally
erasped his hat and lied from the room.
The playing went on for a while longer,
and then one by one they went out,
leaving only the attendants, the old,
keen-eyed gambler and nivself present.
Something an in Iclinable feeling of
interest iu the unhappy young man w ho
had left the house in such despair a
short time before-held me there. I
must see if hn returned.
"Suddenly the door opened, und he
ran in, as if fleeing for his life. I shall
never forget that sight, Louie. His face
w as ghastly, his dress disordered, and
he trembled bs though with agno. As
ho rushed up to the table, in the strong
glare of the lights, I saw great drops of
perspiration standing on his brow. He
thrust his hand in his pocket and tossed
a ring down before his opponent.
" "There! it is worth ten thousand
francs. Now cover my stakes,' ho
"I instantly recognized tho beautiful
diamond ns the one his wife had worn
in the ears, and the conversation I bad
heard that morning came buck to my
memory, and I knew my fellow-travellers
were the man n tn woman I bad
heard disputing in the early morning
hours. lint he had succeeded iu oter
coming her determination, for he had
the ring, and my heart ached for tho
poor wif us 1 wondered how he had ob
" 'I'ed! I bet on the red!' again
shouted the young man; and in a mo
ment the croupier called lllaek wins!1
and the ring was no longer his.
"With a wild cry the wretched loser
tied from the house; aml.'oiuplotely
unmanned by what 1 had seen, I return
ed tcuuy hotel, hoping tho young man
would soon follow me
"I found them all travellers, pro
prietor and servants wild with excite
ment over the murder of the beautiful
Knssiau lady. An hour before- her maid
had gotie to her room, aud found her
deluged in blood frym n wound in her
head, and dead. The husband had
been in. and left some few moments be
fore. I went, up to her apartment, and
to '.ho bed where she lay. Her exqui
site face was fairer than in life, for it
had lost the unhappy look, und seemed
at peace. As I turned to leave the room
I saw this picture among a heap ol
things turned out of a man's travelling
case, and appropriated it. Probably fhe
husband had tossed it there in his search
for some valuables to rink at the gambling-table.
"The miserable niau took-bis life be
fore be w as apprehended for his crime,
und the old gambler who, first in one
disguise, then in another, bud followed
the easily-duped victim from city to
city and won mauy thousands from
him, left Puris before tho husband and
w ife were carried to their last renting
place in tho beautiful burylng-grounrl
whom his forefathers slept. , '
"Louie, this is why I refused to play,
eveu with Howard, last evening. J
have never touched cards sinco, and 1
never can agaiu."
CAIRO BULLETIN: FIUDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5 1383.
The Austrian army is to have a rail
road brigade familiar with putting up
md destroying railroads.
' Tho Lord Chancellor of England re
ceives a salary equal to that oftho Pres
ident of the United States.
Horseshoes of steel, gold and diamond
tor car-rings and brooches, are all the
rago in Paris.
Fire lays a grievous tax upon London.
The losses from it amount to .f'.'MVMMi a
There have been 181 women students
at Michigan University during 18W. Of
this number 110 were in the library de
partment. Crime is said to be increasing at a
frightful rate iu France. During the 2o
years ending 180 it is said that 10.000
murders were committed.
It is said that the invention and sub
sequent improvement of the American
plow made a saving on last year's crop
in this couutry of $1)0,000,000.
Mr. Bennett of Mississippi, felt that
his cook had done moro for his happi
ness than his wife, and ho therefore left
her 5,000 and his wife $200.
The grand staircase in the new Hotel
do Ville, of Paris, will have 100 steps
of Carrara marble, each of which will
A certain drawing-room on Fifth av
enue, New York, has a coiling of cathe
dral glass, said to have cost fo.OOO. It
is ono of the oddest ideas of a very odd
Milwaukee claims to have the largest
brewery on this continent and the sec
ond largest in the world. This estab
lishment turns out WOO.OiH) barrels of beer
Seieiitilic men can tell us within a
few million years tho age of the earth;
astronomers have weighed the sun; but
the man isn't born yet who can tell why
a tailor charges as much for a suit for a
little man as for a big one.
A Syracuse servant girl collected her
wages from tho hotel proprietor by
standingwith a knife and a cleaver ovei
the baked meats prepared for dinuei
and refusing to allow anybody to
Dr. Agnew charges f'300 a day when
ho "devotes all bis energies" to a case,
The patient1 bank account, when Dr.
Agnew is done with him, must look as
if a cyclone, had passed through the
Bismarck's parents intended him for
tho church. "Don't you think I would
have been a better man?" he said once
to his wife, who was present at the time
he told his story. "Well." she replied.
"I think you would have been irbappior
Mr. D. L. Allen, of Bandenburg, Ky.,
ami Miss Molliu Westfall, of Leaven
worth, bid., were married at Wyandotte
1'HVi' a few davs B"o. TIih eimnU
. - -
stood on top of Monument Mountain,
275 feet high, surrounded by ;iuO lighted
candles, and in lh" painful stillness
which prevailed, were married by Rev.
The Hon. Leland Stanford has just
enlarged his estate by purchasing tho
celebrated Courts farm, nt Meiilo Park,
Cal., consisting of about 1,400 acres. It
was formerly the property of P. Cotitts,
a somewhat ecceutrio Swiss millionaire,
who is now in Kurope, but iutends toon
to revisit this country aud make some
large purchases of land on the Pacific
A new building material, called "fos
sil coral," has been discovered in a
small island in tho Bay of Suva, Fiji.
When it is first removed it. is not soft
and easily cut into square blocks or any
other desired shap. but when it is ex
posed to Hie open air for some time it
grows very hard and assumes some of
the characteristics of lire-brick. What
the actual origin of this substance may
have been is uncertain and will form an
interesting problem for geologists. At
any rate it has been found so useful for
building purposes that the Fijian Gov
ernment have given a large order for
cubes of it.
The slender waist of the French officer
is it thing of tho past. Having regard
to comfort rather than appearance the
authorities have replaced the tight-tit-ting
garment that has so much amused
foreigners by w hat is called the Austrian
Junie, a comparatively loose and easy
affair, und certainly move becoming
than the former vestment. The power
ful protest of the corset makers was un
availing. Too good to bo true is the news from
Berlin that a barber's congress there
have unanimously rosolvcJ that the
operation of shaving should be begun
on the left check; that the lather should
be applied with a bru-h; that the nose
of the customer must not be pulled dur
ing the treatmeut, and lust, but not
least, that conversation on the part of
the operator must be conlimd to tho
business in hand, it is again evident
that some of the institutions of the effete
uiouarcuies of the old World are worthy
John A. Cockurill, w ho shot Colonel
Slayback in St. Louis is not entitled to
tho rank of "Colonel,11 and neverelaim
ed it. His father was a Colonel iu tho
Union army during the war, aud John
A., then a lad of 1 1 or o, whs a drum
mer boy in Sherman's army. Once on
being asked if he served iu the Uniou
army, Mr. I ockenll replied iu his in
imitably droll wnj : "Tea, sir; I wore
out four drum-heads in tho cause of tho
In the jiast sumniei one Cleveland
man fell from u. boat and, being seized
with cramps, sank twice before being
rescued; afterward was .struck on the
head .and nearly killed by a niece of ma
chinery in the mill where, lie worked;
thereafter was throw n out of a buggy
upon his head and his body was run
over by tho wheels; recovered' from that,
he caught his foot in a railway track
and broke his ankle. Now ho is out
again, in readiness for anything that
may bo in store for bint. v
A mechanic' in San Fraueisco, Cal.,
has perfected an urrangement to ho at
tached to railway cars designed to pre
vout anybody lying on the track from
beiug rim over by the. wheels. It is
plow-blmped and automatically arrang
ed, so tbul whou an obstacle is struck
it falls on to and slides along tho rail,
mishiug aside whatever it otioounters.
It ha been thoroughly tested on sov
tral Weslurn t oads, and Is said to have
aceomnllshed ull that is claimed for it.
You Who Load Sedoutary Lives
will find grout relief from constipation,
headuehy und neivousuesn, by tsking Sim.
moos Liver Heyubitor. Itisa simple, barui
less, vegetable compound, siiro to relievo
you, and can do no injury. Persons of se
dentary habits oltu'i suffer with kidney
affection!'. If they would imtintnin the
strength of the digestive organs and im
prove thu qutility of the bhud by taking
the Regulator it would restore tho kidneys
to health and vigor,
Having Fun With a Chap from tha City.
A Salt Luke City man named John
Fallon was recently invited to spend his
vacation with n friend named Moore
house, who li'.cd ju .t oulside the city.
He accepted and on the lirst nielit said
he would retire oretiy ea.'ly in order to
gel up and see the miu rise, His host
told liinifMi:it some nights the mosijul
toes were pretty troublesome, and being
very large' and ravenous he had better
keep his blinds closed or his curtains
dow n. But John declared that no mos
quitoes could trouble him itinl be wanted
all tho doors and windows open so as to
get the fresh, cool, country air. During
tho nieht the inmates of the house were
uwakened several times by a noise as of
some one trying to break the chairs and
table to pieces, and such exclamations
as: "I'll euro you trying to eat nie up;"
"I'll show yoii the w"ay 1 treat such dir
ty pests,'1 etc. In the morning John
emtio down to breakfast whh a sickly
smile on bis face, and on being asked
how he had slept, said lirst rate, with
the exception of having to drive out the
mosquitoes once in a while. Mooru
housu's boys were noticed to be terribly
tickled about something, and their fath
er made up his mind that they had been
putting up a terrible gamo of some kind
on poor "old man Fallon." And so they
hal, for whilo ho was trying to get a
few minutes sleep, tho boys went it m I
got a lot of pigeons out of the stable loft
and threw them into Fallon's room. He,
taking them for mosquitoes, would wake
up whenever a pigeon came fluttering
into his room, sei.o a chair aud go it
blind, hitting first ono thing and then
another. The bojs kept up this way
until daylight when they concluded
they had had fun enough with the chap
from the city, and sneaked off to bed as
though they w ere the most model coun
try boys on earth. Fallon agreed that
if Moorehouse would never say any
thing about tho matter, he would buy
the boys a- new suit of clothes, a fast
colt, or anything thoir little hearts de
sired, but Moorehouse had to tell ..
friend or two about it, and Fallon
swears he believes the old man put tho
boys up to it. StK J.uU Tribum:
he r'erved Them All Alikn.
"Look here, Billy," ?aid a stern pa
rent to kis seventeen year old son, "I
overheard you telling the neighbor's
little girl that you were going to marry
her. I've a great notion to tan yout
hide for you. '
"Don't be scared, pa, I'm not going
to marry her. That's what I tell all the
girls that are mashed on me."
A company has been organized in
Syracuse, whh a cnjiitsl of . 10,000 foi
the manufacture of alcohol from wood.
Sleepless uiohts made miserable bytl'at
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the n ine
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Farmeiis and others desiring t ucnteel,
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('.'() a day can be earned, send address ot
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A. regular Ornrlunt of tw mnllml
Polli.'Xi-. Im liien ImiKi-r i ii juie-d in tlm trcut
niont or C-'Wronin, Nrvoui, tWin anfl
JJloofl Diseases tdiiii any otlu r plivali-laii In
Hl.lxiiiln, t cliy iiiith i.Uiw mid all (ilii ril.
free and Invltnd. A rileinllv lalkor hlnoplnleu
eosti nothlnif. When It lsin'niiriiiiiit to visit
the city .nr treatment, im-dlrtHM fan tw aniil
hy mall or i-xjir!, nrvwhci e. C'uraldn ram-n
Kunrnutefd; wIutk doubt i-xliU It in frankly
tatcd. Cad or Write. g
Norvous Prostration, bcbility, Mental and
Physical Weaknesa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affne
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriags, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to eases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive uneeial attention.
Diseases arising from Imtrudccees,Ex'iessei
Indulgence or Exposures.
It li elf-"vileiit tlia a ihy.'lii imylnif
particular attention to ml-i-i (.ir;ci- Minim
ureal nklll, ami )livsirlaii In ii iiiil.il' prai l lee
all over the eouiitrv kine-li'i,- till.-, frc'iuontly
recommend ra i to the .l-! 1 i.fllce In Anierlea.
w here every known H i U:hh h Is resorted to,
sikI the pi'ovoil Komi tfiiwitleN of all
ajei .iiid eiiiiuii le are u-cl. A whole lionsf li
iiei turoilli'e piii eo-i-, nml nil nre I rented with
skill in a ri-iii'i't'ii lu.iiiwr; mid, knowing
what In ilo. no en"il iiniit-me nunle. (nine,
fount of the Kniit liiiinlnl the
charges ar kept tow, mmi Lever than In
(liMimnded Iit other If vim ernre th" nkl'l
anil get n speedy and peieii lil inn'. Hint in
th Important in.-itt.-i. 1'iiiui lilt t, " pages
li.nl to liny addresi. free.
f INE tlfl
FLA I ts. ( Mil
.. i PAGES,
Elcg.-int dnih and toil Mi dihc. Seid d for M
cent In poMi.'i' nr tnrnnrv Owrlliti won
iVi lnl pen ph t'ir . t hi to life si I icli i n the
Aillow Ing ml'Jeets. M ho nniy nnrrv, wlmnot;
hv I'ropei- ,n.-f to nun n . Who rnsrn l'irU
.'lanhooil, W on, a: .leu..',. I'I: vslenl .ieenv Who
whoiiht cur, '-. 1'ir' I if-1 ;in.l hripidne-s nu.v Iw
mereased. Tho.f n ,:. i i.r cinteii.t istlnij
pirri lie: Film, l.l rev! :i. i' onu'lit I" o rej
r,v all admt p.'i-oi, il.i ii ! t , un.lr In. k and
kev. ropill ir e 1 It inn, :t r- ,'tii... hut pupt f
eve.t sml S'W p iie-n, SO ctltfs Py mull, iiuiinuey
TittC ll I,U DAY.
"THE H ALU DAY"
A New aim complete II did, fronting mi I.' vu
Second and lUilroit'I hlreeta.
't iller Jlrimt ol l No t."lil KLf", St. Louie
rle)ina: Illlneie Contral; Wahash, mi.
up'' .tew Orleans
l.iiiilK aad l'aclllc; Iruu .Mountain and Hnuibura
Mobile and Ohio: t'nir and St. I.ouia Hailwuys
artt ull Just Across the slrcet; ivhile thu htcamtii.a
t.iiinlii'L' is hut one souare dletatit.
This Hotel is heated hy ateain, hss steam
Lounurv, ii.rnrauiic aicvaior, t.tv trie c.ui neus
Autoiciitic Kiro-Alonne. Hatha, absolutely pun) sir
perlccl sewerage iniu t.nr.ipletc appoliuiiiunls.
Snpc; I, lurmshingH; perfect smivIcc; and sun l
I J.. 1'A I! IvKIt Ar CI )l,eenea
I X V E S T 0 It S
li'islrlne rir-t rlnss
Paying Slorks or llnnrte vlelding
I'KN i'KIt t'KNT. I'cr unnuui, and over,
may obtain full pirliculara, with Hatlsfactory refer
ences and tin'lmoniiiln, hy addresritig 11. III.AIS
Dtl.L.Fin'l Ag'l, IS I'ongre-a Ml., Hoslnn, Mictg.
Mention Ibis paper.
I'jN. I n TV.il'ive i urn the a a ii.'.i'fcmira. -,
.iicei tlurf hi.. I 'iv.r.fol aeiieetmne oi the :
flcuiM mention this pnpvr,
sj i wiieopluar 'alwaon I'idlook
.1 I I. out for i haiicoe to iticnaiiu
i .their eam iiuis, and iu 1 1 in it
lit............ ...... -,u.. . tt...u ...t...
"li i'iuv n i n 1 1 it j , I it'.Fn uii
do not liniirovo tli,dr oppor
tunities fnialu Iu tinveriv.
Wa offer a great choncu to niukii monev. wn wntit
miny men, woman, boys and girls to work lor us
right lu luclr own localities Any ntie cun do 1 hi)
work properly from the drat suit. The hui'uess
will pay mere th ti ten time ordinary wages Hi
pensive nut III furnished fieo. No one who uin!age
ittl to in nk n money rtii illy. You can devntn
yonr w hole time lo i he woik, or onlv your spa e
mo'iienls Cull informal inn and ail fat la ne.!iled
' in free Address HrlN SUN VO Portland. Mo.
t'hili-, clTeie tlioame-t ineiiiiNor iiiuLIng uvular inoiuhlv
pis-iit- f is nu invts-iiiii'iitnit iniof tnODor ui"rnilisillngln
liiii ll uieinliiTuela the hi-iii lit of ismiliinisl rupltid .it the
Gob. lo to iniipir rvnt. 1 litt-ti.tr puel monthly, llo
IHii'laofola'iiillena sent e.'it h Im-mlii'i , rllutte. iy plcaeii.
rnltS'iu ilile. iinii-rlili'. iriliiiiirnlic. A liMittlile or
ri l uii lent wsnie-l In evei-y nn. ;" Itil ledin einonts.
PtiilMiinl "i vf livnlnr will lin., A'ltln-.a ll. l' KfcMMM,
it Co., I" it I til J .swlai St ., t,:tl ICAUO, lu,.
Calm), It.ti,, Dic.oiiiber h, tWi.
Tlie regular inimul inin-tlng of thu stockholders,
cf the Uitv National M ink, nf Cairo, for tha pur
pose of id' cjluu'vou direolore,' will be held at tli'i
ofllceef said mink, lu Ihlscllv, on Tiieetlav, Jaiiiia.
ryutb.isHl, PoUs upcu at In o'clock a. u aud
Close hi 4 o'c'ork p. in. iifsnld day.
Id TilOS. W IIAI.UO VV, Cashier.
f Hi IT IE 0
(ft I On S191, "oOlo. For sale hy nil urug
ir'i.y . .- Kiate. or nt by T .'xnree nn i.
C'-i t.l ol pi ire, JOHN D. PAHII ft hOffd,
t7Aan(t 177ycami)rlil CINCINNATI,
OHIO, fleoiw mention thlapnper, w k
VOUIt CAPITA T.
Ihoso doKlrltig to make monef
nn Htimll and uiedliim luvestuisuti
ill grain, provision and stock
s pcmiliilloit t, can do to by onurat
liitfon our ilun. Kroin May 1st
,- . imi, ui.iiniriwiiitiHs, ontuvest
WHEAT !""!' l of 1 o to l.ixio, oasli profl t
.,.,i nuru lUHitiini, ,, j
vostorHMiioiitituig to several times
the original iiivestm"tit. I'r. rits
pnld flratof Hvery nioiit.li, utill tav
STfirifC t" money or psvablo on'dnmand.
"'vvRO l.tolMiHtonr elreiilars end atntx.
jug mo ongi ml liiverttmcm
ineuta ol und w sent fr. We
want resionsille limits, who will
rmmrt on nrops and introduo the
nllin 1 llAul MlS....ln.lA... . 1J
FLEOKQ & MERR!AM,C Vzkmmt.
Blajnr Itlnck. rhlraant.Ilt
JfASOX & HAMLlJf
iPf1 r"i'lnlnly hrat, having been
1HX Ail OJ" ,(,,,.H:r1'' "f , every Great
11 .(.'ii 'm InHllul. u ....... .1.1..
i UUUB1I l.l V II llll' UUUU
fur histlwn Yenre; no otUor Ainurlrnu organs taav
in heuti I'uuud equal at any. Aleo cheapest, btyla
ii: ;1V4 oc.tavoa; utitlklmit coinpam aud power
wlih bum inialty, for popular sacred aud secular
inui-lc In ectioiiln or families, at only 22. (ma
nmiari'n o ner sivies at- .ii. JW, $,2, f78, 3,
ins. em, ui mi, una up. i no largiir si vies are
'holly lllirlvalud hv anv olher nrirniia. Alan fur
cany pavmnta. New llluxtratod Cataloutie free.
Tic MASON ii HAMLIN Oru'sn and t'iano Co.
1M Tfl'Ql.illr IffttiW Ibiutun IA ITa.ifr litis at.o.t
(Union .qiarc), New York; U! Wan mh Avenue.
I ' hli-in. t
YOTJNG MKN liW'V: Zz?.!?:
certain of a sltinttloti, utliiress Valetnlue Brothers,
Janesvilie, W i.-.
Ncwspaimer Advortlsloir Bureau, 10 Spruce at N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
lllond. ard lll eompletolr change the blood in the en
'ce.sfslemin threnmontns. Anyperwinwhowilltak
1 pill eseh nitrh t from 1 to 19wMikamsy be restored
tosnnnd health. If such a thing bepnwolila. (Sold er
ervwliere, or itent by mail for H letter ismps. I. 14.
Jouhnos to , Ronton, Msse., furuierly Bangor, Mr
I liar a poitltlvaraiiH.iJy fr Uih above ttlBHati; by Ita
(s ihousnnils of mans o( tha worst kind and ot long
Mnilins:bsva beuururetl. luilwd, aoatronK la my faitS
Ji itsittHi'acy, that t will semi TWO IIOTTLKS FREE, to
pilier with aVALI'AUI.K TKKATISK nu this dlsM, t
tnysuITMsr. Utv Exnn'U and r.O.adilre.a.
DR. T, A. SLOOl'M, in fnant:., NewYurk,
1,0 (i JlOIibINf
While Wresttluii with a Kulluti 1 reu a Lcmbermm
I! -reives I'tmai ijuciitiK! Dainng .
While ott a hunting cxnifslou lulho great coal
aud wood region near l artjoudiilo Ta., the writer
itaH llllam t oll, a liniilieiiiMu. Afcuaioraed to
life Ami lii'-or Iu the forrcst from vnry ninnliood, he
was u true K'ili;ht of the Axe. Many a tree had
fallen before bis rln.inx strokes, aud fU'ele of nfli
hud borne mvny to nmr.cl lite anwed products.
Coll Is ii character, and If Ocsr VPde t right In
say'ne t'uit nil movements in i.tilntKlered labor are
gracvl'u1, our friend Wiiliun, nrlpped for Ills work,
and atliickliig a tree as lilchsrd t, assaulted the
heavy donriot Kio-1 de llrt-iil's fiist'.e mast have
presented an ad ir- bie i Icture
One d i', liowover-liiit b thlm tell the sory
lilnifi'lf, as he lold t to tun:
"I was out in i lie woods, von know, trying to
steit i tui g do'Wi h Ii 1. 1 hiiikini! I could get a
belter pnri'hiii.f on Ii I'mm lite l.twer side, I tackled
it there with my log r lUug lionk nud llireff my
weight on Hie I vol. Sh slinti.il she did, but. ai
lurk would liiive I, In line I iinilii g I out of ttia
way, shu ruliedrght i ver uie. ttltli.tdn't been
for a lot nt smell linitie end luiiali lylug In the road
vrhlt h lifted liur tip, ahVil a crurhud tno flat. As it
was I got up without a broken bone, but with soma
mighty bad bruises '"
"Tlienjou were all riuh'," said tils auditor.
"Not bya IiIhu cd sight, stranger. I took cold
rheumatism sot Iu, snd. ir t hadn't heard of BEN
HON'8 CAPCINK .PUR l'R 1'I.ASTEKS and
uaed 'cm, li'a my opinion I should uever have
made another cli p fly. Hut the Cepcln took bold
quit k, and I'm about as good ns new. But there'
one thing you km ctilkllnto on: -I shall never
wrestle with ntiothrr log unless f hnve the advan
tage nf the ground K ir,ii 1 told vou before, 'if H
hadn't been for thm brnsliei I'd been smashed a
you co'ild a sold mo for a door mat."
The Capr.ltiH ia thu thing for rheumatism. It
doe'ti't ki- you watllng Tho word CAPCINK
te ci'T in the. center nf (lie genuine. Price S5centi.
Seahury it .Ic.hnaoti, ( hetntslt. New Vi rk.
KARMKK'S MtNS AND DAriiHTRKR
or any Active Mini ol Woman
In t'aih, working f r the American farmer.
Address K A. K. HACK KTT, Kl. Wayne, Ind.
ttUr nil TTnlnn KnMl.tr IIIAnfl Of"
a1lUlhlif1 (ll llni Al'fslltV ni .Hra.p
ifpi'Uslon.ljtwii hnfl np of Vmy mill
mini Liberal. AnnLAng Bounty to
b j'MiloiiHolQlowretwirleiion rollRaa ilescrtcri
c DISCHARGES MonceHomi tSal
cent stamps to SrOQOAeJT & CO.,
413 li Htroet N. V. ., WaaUingtoii, D. C.
.Y MiNKESOTA sweet corn
""it C'-"-"' a ""urj now naarrit xo our
tnotto "Tlmt Ihei Inrlhrr Snrlli Hec.In urn
roi;'' ijinrturUrrilirlr irodin-i will be."
wooltnr this your a full hue of Htimdard I'etntees,
true tonsuin. grownnn dry upland i H,it. h i'yfe and
lIllieHtem Wheal iWhlloKiisalsnOiits; Ir rampesCali
bare.saldto la'oiiewiok earlier f ban Knrly 1 ork i our
North Mlitr Yellow Iieut Ooru still L.kee the lead, and
for fodder laninaj toaiyi nf onion seed, lomatoea.
I'srrots, 'aa, Ao., Ac, a lull llueand large crop, all
tiwj growth en our own firm Wild lllr for oiiek
t'ouila always on hand f'r knig or Kail eowlrur.
?tli Annual ra)alr'.,a. i -w. T. Sf. i'lliTC AI.F,
( rower, Importer Ji JobbtT. ft. a'aul. ,Utnn
V.I..A.I..1 ai,. na.ai.1 In. I . . .
A f'Midlng London rbTa
li'lna ralttliliehce an
Utiles, In New York I
eltvlty ef Hpllap.f, has wlthool dniiM tmeietl.s'nl
wore caittis than anTtitherllfln iiliysleUaUls eurtsaa
has simply haaa satnnUklngl we ltavs henr iifeans of
Sver M vrars' sianillig sucrsfitliy cnr.il l' hliu, H
a abllshsd a work m this aiMM, wnlah tie smda
wild a largs botilerf bis wsailarfal sara fi-M In aay s.
rr whe Vbt ssml tlmlr eieratn anil f. O, AMrMa.
ft Ik U.k,l. Jl.l. . tiMiiHl MhA Mfl I 114
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