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Tho Story of a Galley Slave.
Adapt cJ Ci-mii tlm jopiilHr play, "A Chlu-
"1 eoi! one that your ftitlior trusts to
for proving liia iimocencft. Well, inqaii ii;
can at onco le cowniencod."
"T!io clianoinosso luis proinlnM to un
tl'Mtiiko tlu'in an mmiU nn iha voacliua
Tuiisi but I know t hey will 1 useletta
tbfl ontint is dead."
"Of that you cannot bu sure and, Ad
ricnnis this fjiief will pot lesson yom
father'a f-uffi-riiiifBi it will hut add tnthem,
if ho hears of it.'1
"And I was bo happy, Raoul. I did lovt
yon, and now, in roHitfiiinfr your love, I
ivn'.izn what it 1ms boon to me; I apprm
lit u iU valuii." II'M voicu bank- in low
"Did lovo me, Adriennc! Rpsign n.y
love! What arc you myinf??" Ho caught
hor hand a.
'I tniiat say it Ilamil 1 must! It is all
All ovor! Why, Adrii'iiiiK, nothing in
ua haa changed idnce rnorniiii?. You have
come to t he knowledge of a ftad fieci et j
what has it to do with my love for you
with yours for me J If it worn possible, I
love you inoi'i! than evtr, for this dibnov
cry Inn proved your sincerity of heart,
your depths of foolinjr, the nobility oJ
ynui' boul! Jf you will hear it, listen, aU!
I now renew my proposal of this rnorninj:,
not to Mademois-ell'j dWnlirntot, tlie only
child of tl.o Duke and Duchr-si d'Anlire
tot, but to MmieniLiiselie Adrienne Renaud,
the dan jhter of a bvuve r-oldier, now
ln'arinjr nobly and like a hero the penal
ties of an unjust hcritence. Will you ac
cept my band, Adrietmel nay heart you
cannot refuse. Together we will seek tho
proofs of your father's innocence! togeth
er restore him to freedom and happi-lie.-s!"
"Oh, Raoul, I thank yon, I honor you
for thocekind words "
"Surely, Adrienne, such devotion is
worthy of reward!" said theducheits.read
the gild's expensive features.
A h ienne bhook her head.
"I cannot accept the eacrifice. I must
be Cijual'y fenerou.'. No, Rsou!; you
have a noble career bflfore youj your
proud niune shall not be bullied it shall
not IO linked with that of a convict's
"A'.rienno, can yon hay that you no
lonjer love me?"
lleep- '" "'"'i:ioiiafely. Alrii-nre flushed
tinder bis emjei', seai chinj; plance.
"ilo.v can I say it, Ranul I I 6ball al
ways love you!"
Ti.on 1 h1u.1I hold ycu to your promisu.
I wid r.' t resign yoo t:ll you come to ine
arni my, 'Raoul, I have roamed to nv
yi.n.' I will wa'.t for jou. if coed be, until
d.-,if,i f epai'Rtes us."
"Theiv, Adrienne, you xeo you have
every reason to be happy and hopeful,"
s as. I the chanoirfsse. "We (.ball all work
villi the olo o! j"Ct In view that of prov
ing ytiur fa'.hei'a innocence. In the
iiieantirtie, you must try to be cheerful j
and Valentine, who ia so sensible, will sus
tain you with her own faith in the ulti
mate success of our (ffortb."
"You are all ro kind, eo true," murmur
ed A Irienne, as the chanoinesse embraced
her, mid Riuii.1 pretsed kisfcs on her lit
tle hands. "But, indeed, Raoul, I am per
fectly iv i iouaj you must try to forget me."
"And I am equally determined to win
you, Adrienne; to let us trust each other
as we have always done. Here come Val
entino an 1 Iknii. I hope Bhe will not de
fctoy lli'iu i's happiness one of these days,
bffiiiififi t-lie has no fit her to love."
"That is Valentine's one sorrow. She
Las no father, no muther.nnd the chanoin
cise l;ns forbidden any questions on the
buljectof her family. We can sympa
thize with l u'cli other wore than ever
now. Sae frets, UieaiiKO uncertain of ber
father's ftite, and 1, bewtue 1 have con
demned mine to a living death."
"Adrierme, was I riht in telling the
rhnni'in-.e?" i-iiid Valentine, coming In,
followed by her lover, who ft ill wondered
at V.'iletitlt.i.-'.j u.'prot-ion, being ignorant
of the event that had Knocked her.
"Vi", it was best; and the marquis?"
' "lie has not l.i.arj."
Adrieuno locked fmin Raoul to his
"Lt t there be no more sterols, Raoul,
about nn;. Tell the marquis my wretched
story, lie is kind; peilmps he may not
blame me more than I deserve; he may
even pity i.;e,"
A. ii ::. .', cried Vali-utine, as tho
you:ig n en left them, "now that we are
alone 1 nun! tell you about the chanoin
K".' Niie and the duchern have gone
out on the terrace; fo we are quite alone."
"Valentine, how excited you are! (Sure
ly, tl.eio me no more mysteries no more
"1 will tell you. When I lett you with
ynur mother, I went in search of the
ch.tiii.i:n.'!-ft. Mm was ni her room tak
lug preparations for her journey to-morrow
j but when hhe huw how ti'oubled I
was, ihif cat beside mo on tho sofa and
hStt ricA v.ry attentively to my story. I
must have told it very incoherently, for I
hud thin ly finNlitd When chc asked me it
yoni' lather knew, the tiamo of tho man
win m bo found on the field. 'Why, yes,'
Isu'dj 'tlm Count du Mornasse.'' That
)iioniid 1 taw her turn white, and she
Berincd'iiUmt tu.taintj but 1 fancied that
the di't'iided giving way before mo, for
bhe coi.tivlled hmelf ntid motioned to me
to e,o (in. livel y few minutes ho would
repeat to lieifolf, Jjemll dead! De Mor
tiutKodeadf Yes, it nuiHt bo bu! That
would esplulul' I ndd, 'Oil, but we hojx
hu ie ulive, because ho ulone can help th
Jioor boldicr, " ' ' . -
"Well, Valentine, why do you stopt
Does she believe that tho Count d Mor
nasse in deiidl".
"1 fear that tdie does, Adrienne. When
more ralm bho told me that the soldier's
Mory might bo correct, ns from a elrcutn
stnuco known to hor, she was sure that
the fount was In France at that time."
"Yta.o fibs said to. th duke, and I
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY ; M0KN1NU, ? APRIL
think thai, for the first timi", his convic
tion of my father's guilt wu chsken.
But, Valentino, something troubles you.
What is it! I kept no secret from you."
No, Adrienne, and I blia.11 keep noth
ing from you., It ia only a suspicion sug
gested by the' curious expression that I
saw in ber face when her eyes met mine,
but I am almost positive that this Count
de Mornasso is in eoine way connected
"With yon, Valentine-! Oh, that would
besobtrange! To think that even on
that fearful night our lives became in
eomo mysterious way drawn together!"
'One thing is very clear tome, Adri
enne, and it is Ibis; In going to the as
sistance of the Count de Jlornnsse, your
father became- involved in all this misery."
"Why do you Bay tha Valentine t
Surely, it was a good iction; another
would have done the same thing."
'Probably. Hut another would not
have been the victim of like cdrcur.istanees.
These papers and jewels wei e. a great re
sponsibility; ho felt them to be such; he
was near his home, and the idea of leav
ing them with bis wife wns his strong
motive for going there that nif.rht."
'But the murderer, the n Ih'r, would
have gone there anyhow, I hi; pose."
"Perhaps so. But no suj inou would
have rested upon your father ia that case.
His fatal visit home was the thing that
"Oh, Vahuitir.e! you are trying to re
move the 1 lame from m.; but it is useless.
I urn still the. witness who.-e evidence de
'And I hold to my 01 Inion. In bis zeal
to serve another, ho eacrilieed himself."
THE I'KAP AMVn.
Adrienne's prayer for a witness, even
from the dead, n-cived m hnswer. Days
and weeks crept by. . hoped against
hope, comforted aud u;.l;-M by warm de
voted friends j but lit length even ber
courage failed. Travel was blow in thosa
years, and loiters lingeied on the way.
The chanoinesse was ui. iouhtedly doing
all in her power; but ;.s yet no tidings
reached them from Pari'.
The Mai quia deCahmno w as very buoy
ant, and even hi opinions did much to
cheer Adrienne. Numbers of noblemen,
exiled in "forty-five," were returning to
France. He heard of them 111 rough vari
ous sources, and k'pt .1 idusa look-out fot
the name now constantly oa every one's
-The Count de Mornasse," Adrienne
would repeat. "The duke, you know,
says there were twofather and sn
The old count anived in Englaad, bu',
since that year, that r.wfol year, no news
of either has ever reache i Franco."
The duchess would lock fondly at the
girl, who S'-eme.J to fide beforo her eyes,
and would w hisper of ti l'ngj sotiii coming
The duke, absorbed us he was in the du
ties of his oh'iee, gre kirnlor to A.irinu
as the days pissed. How well slit under
stood him! In everything she w still
his child i no euspitiou of the truth Lad
been bieitbed even to the servauts. A !
rionne, to the v or Id, a i t i 1 i Iij...i-n.i,i.-eil
d'Aubvetot, lietrothed totiie rich Viscuuut
Raoul de Lar.gey, yourg, lovely, wealthy,
au only cidld, sv.;ji d by dotiog parents
nld as it was she bw ber part in thy
obeervr.ni:e exacled by the s :i;ty that
purrounded her. At recp'-ions sre and
Valentine fhared with the tiui . i tha
task f fntei'tnining the itifmy g.-,.;--,s II. at
likeu to t.onoi' tuo uoven.or c
But, when the gay crowd ha
when freed from the we;;;
clothes, tho pressure of jsv.
Couitant anxiety to appear w!
not, then Adrienne would give way to ber
bitter despair. Seated at her window, she
would gcztt in the direction of the disiatit
city, w here hor father was, no doubt,
thinkiug of her, and ber vivid imain?
tion would bring before her ej t-s 1. io fig
ure and face as she tsw them on that Ia..t
O'Rouiko 'jin-itimos bn news of
him; he would boo him at work and cau
tiously exchange glances ; if ja- dl lo, a
few word..-1. Always the ssme iie-sno
for bis child: Adrienne was to bi happy
and contented; the knowled;,"..' of her
well being took the sting out of his dis
grace. And this wan the burden of every one's
advice; she was to bo happy- Adrienne
to please her well-wishers, li h-d to forget
ber share in tho rast injt'.sM.'o, ti led to
think caluily'of the weary man, .-i;d su ong
and young in years, with a loii life yet
I e tore him, to bo hllod only witij mi..ery,
and found her cflbrts futile.
To forget, no matter Cor bow slnrt a
ime,wa3 but to remember with eddition-
al anjTiiii'h when two dirti'.'iclion wus over.
Aided bv the duchess, t lie yon eg peo-
ple were ahvayo arranging and carrying
out little pleasures. Adrienms was always
ready for a drive to tho city it held a
hope, of seeing tho father who in one
short int'-rvi'jw bad won the girl's whole
One morning Valentine surprised the
paity with a now recreation. Adrienus
was tdttiug on the terrace, listless nod
pale, Raoul in vain trying to interest her,
ana the duchess wa.'i listening to some
plans of tho M.irqiiis ile Calonrm'h when
alenune came out to them.
"There is n.y.vi! O'Rourke has just
come from tho city. Would you believe
it, tho chateau next to this is open, full ot
workmen, and tho court ia crowded with
wagons, bringing all kinds of things from
"What, the Chateau I,:v Grange I" 6ftid
the duchess. -Ii has been clobod ever
since we came to Provence."
"Who owns it?" ualu-d the marquis.
"I never heard. The duko, you know,
has no curiosity, an,i j Mvvv tLink ot
asking about it for feur of getting on dan
gerous ground. N doubt the owutr ia
"That is the old chateau, Raoul, that I
told you about. I used to wish to visit it.
I tin sure that you can get there in a few
minutes through the ilwr n our orchard
wull. Adrieuno oat up, Buddenly inter
Obled. "Suppose- wo go," eaid Raul, rising.
"If the place ia full of work-people, we
can look around without disturbing1 any
To distinct AdileiniB vvas the most de-
eiiuoie or an tilings. I n, f.-w minutes
tho w holti pin ty was ready. The girls.
tun in arm, ahead, the duel. ens, who wart
nn in arm, aneau, i;,e iiui'lienij, who wan
not o light of foot, a little Udiind.a youtia
ruin on eaeh side to smooth all difficulties.
Tho orchard was bright with BUtillght
and fragrant with ripe fruit ready to
(heir hands. Valentine took a peach,
l..'.ed It In the air, and laughed as she
caught It. again. In spite of being name
less, In epito of Adrionne's sorrow, lifa to
this girl framed brimming over with de
lights; to her it was impossible not to ap
preciiiio and enjoy them.
It required borne time and much
strong! Ii to open the iron, but once, thrown
wide, it was evident that this door had
been purposely arranged as a means ot
rendering communication between the two
chateaux rapid aud easy. A few steps
led to a winding path, now overgrown,
hut shaded and arched by tall, branching
tri es, whose thick leaves resisted sun and
A few minutes' walk bi onght the party
to u small garden, on which opened a side
door of the chateau. The sounds of voices
and various noinoS proclaimed the pres
ence of the new occupants, and Raoul,
without hesitation, led the way jnto the
veslilmh'.and opened the door leading in
to a large parlor.
Exclamations of surprise and pleasure
followed. Hero everything had been
modernized and fitted up with the luxuri
ous extravagance belonging to the age.
Persian carpets covered the floor; the
walls were concealed with crimson and
damask; crystal lubtres bung from the
uigh ceiling, their glories being multiplied
in the Luge Venetian mirrors. ratin
conches, glided furniture, randelabras,
and clocks on marble stands took up much
of tho space. Every table held flower
baskets of gold, or ivory, or ebony, while
here and there china monsters, and pieces
of rare Chinese porcelain were scattered
with lavish hands.
"What can it all mean f'said the duchess.
"And done so quietly, too; it is like the
scenes in a fairy tale, where all is changed
by the motion of a wand!"
Let us go farther," said Adrienne.
"We can ssk who is coming to take pott
sesf ion of all t hese elegant things."
Valentine bad already reached a door
which opened into a email ante-rootn.
This was also newly-furnished, to corres
md with the one they had just admired.
No person was visible. They went on
until they reached the main hall of the
building, llpre a number of men were
unpacking boxes, and a woman was giv
Liut she knew nothing of the owner, or
of his whereabout. Orders Lad been re
ceived from Paris by agents in Toulon,
and she bad been engaged with a small
retinue of servarta to oversee, the care of
the chateau after the rooms wei refur
nished. In t'.iei main hall the improvements bad
not been commenced, but although duoty
and faded, the hangings ami furnituie
were of a in.. lem date, and in good con
dition. VsVn'iiie examined tho Apartment in
silence, touching the furniture, and walk
ing up and down as if intensely interested.
budd'-nly she opened a door leading in
a direction ex.ictly opposite to the one by
which they hail reached the main hail
ar.;l, before Adrienne was able to join her,
she was hurrying along a broad passage,
lit by narrow windows and empty of all
lb i.ii de Calonne followed, and found
l i i' trying to ojen a door at the other end
of the long corridor.
Her eager, startled eyes, white cheeks,
and trembling hands alarmed him.
"I will do that," ha said, putting his
baud on the heavy door-handlo.
Yes, quickly ; I must seo that rooml"
"Why, Valentine, you look as if you had
teen a ghost! What Is it?"
'Opeu the door; there, I knew itl See,
the picture!" A long, wide gallery, hung
with pictures, met his glance. She ran
past him, and stood with clasped hands
before the f oil-length portrait of a wo
man, so like herself that Valentine might
have been the original.
"That is my mother! I remember it,
and tho loom Is juat the same, nothing al
tered. Oh, Henri, something is going to
happen! I feel it. Where is Adrienne V
"Here I am!" and Adrienne, entering,
looked around the apartment, a smile part
ed her lips. "Why, Valentine! the picture-gallery
you used to dream of! and
whore ia the portrait that you lored to be
"Here, Adrienne, quite safsl Oh, if the
chatjomertoe were here now, surely shs
would tell mo all!"
"We have, by accident, learned one ol
her secretH," said the duchess, glancing
from the picture to Valentine. "She hai
Lad some powerful motive in guarding it
all these years, Valentine. Your interest!
are, no doubt, involved; otherwise she
would not have deprived you of this treas
ure, your mother's portrait."
And the changes here!" Valentine'
eyes grew bright with hope. "Some oni
ia coming; can it be my father?"
"It w more likely. Valentine, that the
chanoinesse, having arranged your affairs,
has given orders to these people in Tou
lon to prepare tho chateau for your recep
tion. .So mo important concerns prompteO
her visit to Paris. I do hnje, for youi
saae, tuat l am rigiit in my conjecture.
Hut tell mo, what drew you to this gal
"I cannot tell you, As a child, 1 spent
hours of each day hero; it was my favor
ite resort. I suppose tho portrait was my
attraction, You neo those newly furnished
rooms (suggested nothing to mo, they
were quite strange but as soon as wo
reached the large hall, everything seemed
to grow more and more familiar. I
seemed to know where each door would
lead me if I opened It, and Instinctively I
went to the one leading to the corridor.
It was my old habit returning after all
"And isit jHWHlble, Valentine, that you
have no recollection of your father 1" said
Adrienne, her eyes filling with tears.
"None, none whatever! I have tried at
times to recall him, his form, his voice;
but in vain! I supposo I saw very liltlo
TO b ContinwL
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kros that liriL'O fustr nor wuk, or you
" o K" lu '" l' J ,,
I L"ty "soul luud. iVci Sun,
wil cd to lok un. fin pay PS f.vno to
THE GRtAT GERMAN
Kullevea and riiM
UVIXslY, .SWELLINGS, .
Surencfi, Cult, Bruiiei,
III K.VK, SIM I.I) St,
Aial ull nilier hmllly aclica
111 III put. IS.
FIFTH CENTS A BOTTLE.
Siil, I hy all Iinnu'Hts unrt
lit 'On-. Dlrt-elUiiu In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
if ir i. A Vi". 1 un . CO )
llllliiuii. )-, .)!. , I ,S. A,
illlJilJ .lllllflllliMllfllil Ii I!"
Who want plossy, luxuriant
beiuitinil Jlair must use
LYON'S JCAT.il A I HON. This
elegant, choaj) article nhms
makes tho Hair grow freely
and lust, keeps it from falliiil?
out, arrests anil cures ray
ness, removes dandruff and
itehiii!?, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position, lleau
til'ui, healthy Hair is the sure
result of usiug lCatliarnm.
a i u.-iriv k .ti:k
( 'reum Uiilni
."ittarrJi and Il.iv
key t-.H . "
.. i.'r uh!e in I n .
m:'ali i rmt
col li lv i nt ii run.
: t i-Mll n il 4' Ilr-llf ,.'
r .-oiv kii.'i of Hoicm
n oi'iranai irr!ta!ioua,
i i ll i in; J t:d "rnunh
urfi:.n. A it-epnra-
1(1 II I'f IIJlllOlllO'J
until, .ip', ' I Vik
nil.: fi-K'T u.t'i tlm
lO't.'1-. 1'. lll 'e
l.curl"- ', cfl' ct ja'.lv
ole ti j ti,,. nn.'il
I ui"il".-i oi ruiarrliul
a.".."r:....ft k -u
vlr , raiidltiu hvalitiy mc etup.. It a ) in
flaumotbin, p ot.-ri i'.- me ahnm -.1 liuli:: of t),e
buail train aJ'.l.tieir. i. . otnvle',- y le.'' t'nu
nun and rcfiorfa the eu of ttictu i-iel an. all.
Ueacflrlai remits ar! realiz 1 tij- a lew applica
tions. TUOHOCGU TI'.l'A 1 Mr N T w n.i. ;riK!
Cream II ilm hai niio (1 mi envlatj leentailim
wherever known ; dt pl'.-.:u(; a'l olio-r ri'part'on.
bend for circu.ar :ont il' lhi! tu. 1 I imiiiminii mill
rellab'n t.-nluuoi.li l. Ur mail, tueteiid. cent.
liackaijo aia.npi u'l'elvcil. so.il l.y ali wliolt
sale end r.-uil doi!iflt.
That smart u avt r .f'e $ .i " to $i 0) pe diy pro
fit, sell nir the "I'm kei 51 mnal. I hi- nio-t i.iirvel
Ioiik lllt'.H vol II me ev- l.-t'td. N'ei.':d. eniiurnul
and purcbi'tl hy mi cl'i-ie ; noilr e la lim l utui
line evcrt-qtiHi to n. to rrme it or 10:111 i v
Coii.p:ctu mp'u ami ouilll & c , or lull pari!
culors for stump. Iiou't an out aiiuln 'mill you
learn what l fid of it;i hunlr, and wlnt utl.vra
ara dnitic- W. U- TlluMl'SUS, I'lihlNioir, ..Ol
Arch Stnet, 1'hlUuelpbla, i'a. uprjjm
(tAIKU llAJ'l'I ir. ( uratr Tout, ami l'p!i-.f
J rtrec!j pruactiioa; iT-tand tiiirl s.iinisyn il
itliniiulli,ll ai. .v aijii. nj.; prayer nan".-
UK '1 tmr.day, p. n.. ; Sum! ; rim..!, H: ,o a.iu
l"v . .1. it r;vi j'a-l ;t
I tKCH l.y IV.h liK'Ja.l h K-H.Kp!ci.p'
j l-'onrci"iii is b1 rent : M.adny 7:'.'ia ai., il..-y
Coir munlon a m.. M.-rniCK l-r.yir 11 a. in.
Stimlay aehnol 8 p. in., i.iur.(! i ry."- 7 :i p.m.
T.V IHiYi.'iiport, S. 'i'. o. He' tni.
IMHST V1HS10MAKV UAKIIST CHUHCH.
V l'r.'..i Miir at ln::) -. iu., S p. in., and p. in.
ialil'Wli aeli'Mil at 7 v p. m lluv. T. J. stioo.-a,
I 1 I f! K If . H t"Ltr',., i.'n Mr. '.
1 . liiuh t 'M a. ui : uaibiv ti
t ; t v" 1 1
.ol S p m.
Kev. MKIliUintiT-for. Eighth ahd Wa.i.al nirculs
Hn-arhtni! Su'l -eii ll:(o. rx. aud 7: p.m.
1 iota) Mcluei! ri .;'";; in. laiv. J . A . .Sou.-i.iti.
1 1 1'KSHYTKl.IA S toelob Hisit; pfacatg oa
I biilil'iith at 11. ml n. iu. u-d 7-:i p. no; i.'.io
tie. ri Weilne l v i '. : i . ;:. e. ; Hnuday S '.iuo!
.1M p.m. Hev 1 V iiu'r, p'.stor.
T. .IO.Kl'll'S- . K.i.nan IViimlc) I'utuvt Croi"
O mid Walnut mreio ; r-TVlci's S'.'iJjiitti M:'!'i
a.; Hnnilay fcen.mi ul .! p, in. ; V'"p"r '1 p. m. ; hvi.
nee eiery 'li'.j-ill S u 'n. lluv. U'ILoh, l ri..'st.
JT. t'A I HICK'S i UuniHii Ontbollc) I'oreer Ninth
3 ainvt. stid v'atiliii'ii'ii av.fiino; err'ci' 8-ib-iiiib
a a 1 1 rl in a.m.; Vnper H p. in. ; rniniln- 8ch"o;
: I', in. nerl'-. every dny n' s a. m. td. v . M.isl e en
N. V. Thisllewood & Ilro.
GRAIN SACKS uml TWINE.
NO. 80 OlirO LEVEE,
Cairo, - ' - - Illinois.
DC A LEU IN-
Nelson County .-Whisky,
. Lane's Bourbon.
137 OHIO 1.EVEE.
i!j iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii jiij
li'ill ii i'ii'miiicii1 iji
I! .hIIII I1 .-II"!!!!, Ill
Youuft Men, Middle Aged Men aud A
men wiio stiHur irtmi early tudiscrio
will tind Allen's Braiq Food tho most po
eilui invigorant ever iiitreducud; once
stored by it there is no letanae. Try it
uover fails. $1 ; U for fa. At di uggists
I am convinced that Eljs' Cream 13al
is a euro for Catarrh, Jli'v b'ever and C
in head. Many cures have been inn
anions' uiy ruetoiners. 0. T. Kinny, Dm
gists, lowuuuH, 1'a.
A Vexed Cloi'tfytnan.
Evun the patiiiico of Job would beco
v'Xhauaied were he a preacher and .eude
oriug to interest his audience while tl
were keeping up an incennt coii'dii
making it ImpoHsii.lc lor him to be beat
let, how very easy can nil tl,n be avoh
by simply u::iii' Dr. KingV New Discov
lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Ti
bottles given away at llirry W. Schu
drug store. (:
I he Iiebt Hilvo .n tho .voriu lor Cu
liruihes, rlorcs, Ulcers, H !t lil.eum, Fe
!ores, letter, Chapped Uunds, Clnlblai
Corns, unij nil Skin Erupt ion, ami piwitiv
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give-
leot HritiBlaction, or money refunded. I
l tenia pur box. For -tie by Geo
Where machinery ia ii -ed the Drew
Cup will save 5') per i csi.t. id" oil. V
for circular. Honh n. rielleek & Co.
suih h b v itiilier n wtmt vie. :(. I lor t
stipiition, Lo.sn ni" Appetite, Di.:i)e!-a
all t-ymptoius of DyepepM i. l i ce 10
i!) centa per uotiU;. Paul (J. Scl
k Ki'lidblc Port )Viii(.'.
-Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whoai; 1
Grape Wine lias si.th n wide leputal
and which ptiys.cii-.n.-) pre-cnl.e ho gum
ly, wis Hu,- tiir-t lii ti.in c"iiiitiy to im
the Pott tirupe vir,.H uoo t.i pi'Tt v
yar in of them ami to i. tn df.ee the ai
making winu t'lom 'die 0.) "rto Crape wl
is l:o,v llie bf st wiuo to be hid, and Iish
Come a gn at bivoiito amorg the mot I
ionubie New V'lk and Philadtd
eoci'-iy. For f-ie by Paul G. Schuh.
Alice llogai , IVue Mai.rl avc
Cli cago, UN . ' I hnvo I, ecu t f.
Uron s iron lsitten ami roiil it iloes nj
gi..st deil of trood.'"
Wuniiiu'H True Friend.
A (jit'Uti in n'-ed is a friend ind-ed.
none cin ileny, ecpi-cialiy when hi-ms!
is lender d when one hi snr dy hll'i
with disease, no.re parliouh.i ly lho:,i: (
plain's and wc.ki.ei-8 .i coiiimon to
female K.;ui,iti"!i. Lwry woinni sh
kuow that Kiwtiic IJittera sic Wuurill's
friend, and will positively itjtore lo
health, even when all otter remedies
A bingie tr.nl always rov- our ai-er
They are p;iS'iut to the titste, and only
fifty CetU a bo' tie Hold by Hurry
To The West.
There are a number ot routes lendi:
the aliove-iiii-ntiontd m tii n, but the ,
aud reliable route in via Saint Luui
over il.e llirb .uri P'.citic Hallway,
trains daily are iuu from the Gr ind t
Depot, S iiut Iiuu to K im-aj C'iiy, Le
worth, A:ibi-on, St. Joseph and Oinai
Pullman P'dace Sleeping Caio uftl.e
c'5l make are att u lie.i to ..li traine.
At Kanfas City Un on 1). p t, p.sei
for Kanai", Color a. in, New M U: Slid
IfT'in -"""-'.t w iih ( xpiea italns
At Atchison, connection made
expiw-a tia'.r.s for Kauefta and Neb:
At Omaln, ( oiinectioti is undo wit'
Overland train for CilifornU.
'l Ilia line oilers to parlies ur.r-'Ute t
V.'eflt and Northwest, not only l ist
aad ..:piiior iici'oinodiitions but In e
Boii,. iy, i it piisai's throuuh the a:x '
tit o of Missouri and Ncbrii-k t. r?
illuiir it1'.! maps, pMiiiph'etn, ,
lit,", which will be mailed free,
C. U. K I S.N AN. F. ClIAM'I.KK
Ass't Geii'l Pa.-.s. Agent. Gen'l Pnao A
Ov the lllaliy relliedie lieloie the J
for Nervous Debility and we'ikm to ?
Gcncra'ive System, there is none eqi
Allen's Brain" Food, which i roinpily
permanently restores all h st vjoor; it i
fails. l pkg.. 0 for$).-At dni'-gist
An invaluable article. An article
Elys' Cream Ibilm hits loi.g been di
and now tl.at it is within il.e U"o h n
ferns from Catarrh, Hay Fewrand d
head there is every reason to believe
will make the most of it- Dr. V. E. 1
man, W. E. Ilaminan, Drti.-yidM, and
Eastouians bavo given it a trial, an.
locommend it in tho highest tcrms.
ton, Ph., Daily Arous. Oct. 7, 1870.
To nil who arc suffering from the
and indiscretions of youth, nervous v
D"is, narly decay, loss of manhood, i
will send a recipe that will crm yon,
OF citAKori. This great remedy
discovered tiy it minister in South Am
Send a w ll-addresscd envelope to the
Joskpii T. Inman, Station D., New
Croup, Whooping Cough and Broix
iminediutely relieved by Sliiloh's
Paul G. Schuh. lup-nt.
Skic a woman in another column
Sperr's Vinevardu, picking grapeu
which Sjioor's Port Grape wino is i
that is so highly esteemed by the mi
profession, for the use of invalids wi
persons and the aged. Sold by drug
Election Notice .
Citv I't.miK'a Orncs,
Caiiw. I". i March Mt i, 1
Public nodes l iK'roiiy Klv.-ti itliat on Tuimd
17 lb .lav of Aprl', A. f. !. a ceueral el
will bohuld Li tho cl y ofCuim, comity ;;f A
der,nnl.i of HMml, br th" elui ilen ofth" f
Inii nauitid olllcei, vn-.i A maviir, city clnr
troii"iirer,cliy aitornoy and on" a'.ile man
uHcliof tlnill'U ward of the Hty, Kor tin
iiuKe of Mid luc toil pull" W II b opiiiu d H
hillowlnK named place, vl.:, In tlm Klrst w
(hu I'DUine Ihiuhh nf tho Aral. lire ci.miniiiy;
Ko-.ond ward, at the outline liyiie of the
and l.'eaily fi to cimi.avj In tlm J rllrd ward.;
etiKjn.i boii-u of thu lllhurnliin flru com pit
thn Koatlh ward, at tho couit him.ui n t.h.
ward, at lie ciwiihi hotim of tlie Anchor Hr
pany, Said eluctlon will ho opened at
o'clock In the mornlnir and cnntlnuu opunet
nevon o'clock In the afiernuon of anino car
Jly ordor of tha elty counci;, D, J, KoLt
' City CI