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THE DAILY CA1K0 HULLETIN: SUNDAY MOU.VIN'U, AUGUST 20, 1853.
The Daily Bulletin.
Mv t'iuM"ir I"'" li""' l M'"l I"'1'' ""'I
Xliry mi' in Hi'' lninii' houses JiM over inr
it nrie'of HIV IH'U'hlMir II )IUITi'l I'.l Seek.
Jo.r tin ilr: ' mi I they're tmiii ci the cue
MM II' 'I ' l" .
Tin y ii i, tiny citi iiot-thcy cure not for
Mini, 'wnmiin or I'lulil who inhabit On
Clii' rr, i- Ii nut. mnonir nil of tin' hi 11 n
Wi.i tiihnl.li Una tiiolif, there are null" 1
t lit i it iiciirr
Ticir lioii-ct. are a I t tint my nol;l)f.ors r0"
Hut their house mi' wooden not nrowii.
Mono, like in 1 1 ;
Anil tnv noiulil ois' i xpoiisos iiml Income are
Tlnm would p:iy for ii pint of llir ('liciil'st of
llul i in y m in qulii' contented 1 vo watchou
thrill p III hep'
(Tlm' m ..null g iin-'f ivt)--!il'r In not finite
ml Una m v. r watch tne.i year iiftor your,
Tlin iith miiuiik r iiinl Hiituitin ami winter
him spt inc.
They tin1 nut slave of fnslilon, or passion, I
k ii' w :
They drink not, they mink not, they wear
ti'it el HiJ
They lind imi inor borrcwi; they're pure B
They ku.'iv not the meaning cf "cheek.
"hi rv. '' .r "null,"
Thev know not the nn tininir of envy or .hate,
Tin y i" .! no tont'itions, Hurt harbor no
TI-i'V r. t I i their houses, iinniin.lfu! of f.ito,
I'rom n tint-nun! tn il.iv-t.un from mom un
til nit: it.
Uilni Iii nth I ins no fears for these ncitihlxirs
i f nii'ie:
They're tniiiffereiit to MJlishitio, to snow iiiid
Tie) cure not to break lust, to luncli or to
1 j n
Indite-1. en will rev. r dve tny nenrnlKirs
Von eriinnt end one of n,y tieh-hl.or- ii churl:
Km n i lie to a e.ui.hii wi.l turn a 1- :i t cur;
ThM ir.iMiiii' t upon ti.r unt.. minute i.irl
W i o .e, k n.erey iin.l resi fioltl 111" en, I of
Mv nein!iV"i wilt never clout ov r Hi.- full
iit ii ; k I I'. tie r tl.-htmc the 1 Hi' e . I life:
N"t oi e . I irv n ;(. i aiie in iL"ilir w l:.cii,i
1 tie p uiia-t' or 1 it i r- M of .ni-ot wunn n wile:
Th.'v oi'i ii i'o in. mi 1 tin y never come out;
lint mv n. itilH.i mv otuy iniinluiate e hv.
Am! the tt iuc '1 litt e ii.i.i-.- I'm writ'iiir nl ."lit
Are in Tunny iairvle) aril, Jusl over the way,
THE USS OF RICHMOND HILL
"Be friends, sweetheart, and I prom
ise never to disappoint yon again."
"I could forgive you more easily. B"b,
if I did not knovv'that you spent the
evening at the Fishers'. Von know 1
am jealous of Audrey, yet yon will go
t lit re to make me iniWrabl. I suppose.
Then you come iin l coax me into f-.r-giveticss
anil rtp-at the oTi use directly
you are templed to ilo so."
"Don't It cross. Jessie: it spoils the
effect of that .ii tty .carl bonnet."
The pretty brunette put her little
gloved hand tn her head, ami patted her
dark, curly fringe as .Mie said:
"Ju.t look at the ram. 1 wonder the
bonnet is i.nt spoilt, and annt:'- pae
two l!!l:' H- for it at l-'lise's."
Iih looked with inten st at the sort
of beaded 'ap that was made entirely id
jt-arls. with just a kiet of deep rfini
,sm veii ; to t,i.-ti n it under the. dim
,les:e Yenniniore was as pretty a girl
as one could hi. 1 in a dav's niar. h. t.d:
and t-reet as a y.ic.ni larch, with till!
j'.. sl:ni y- ais'. and nil the rranful
curv' S of Tt.-.rw aldseri's Wniii. Just
now her d.isky -r "flooined" ujioi;
j.er lover, y t 'tlie "-'-n - :i e lips with
their ":ntvr.iii tie I I i ii broke into u
tender .mi!f. and one shapely Land was
beM out to show she roii' 1 be friendly
in a second, .vfld.eai ted little spit-tire;
as she w.i.
Jlohliaxnor nw her relentins. and
f-aj'-rlv cl'a-pe.l the bttlc band in 1ns.
while In-leat.t f r 1 and Mealed his
peace up' at her vivid lips in a biicemu
"Oh. lvih. suppose s nneonesaw ou."
"Not p.kelv. live; but if anyone did
envy wuiM U their portion."
Splash. sp!a-h. beat, ti'at. came the
rain, as they stoo, beneath the ar hwav
of the old "palace for shelter, till the
conn vard wn full of ditterinfj pools,
and Jes-,e's tt.'l.t New market coat was
damp with dr.ftiti r tin-drops.
Itw-ems i.atnral to ia.i into silence
while watcbin? the burs of the sky
fall to In-si. m the e.irtli. which it
soothes more w hen it no ps Uian when
J'i.h's prood. bivinz eyes were eager
ly drinking in the j , ns.ve beauty of his
hweeihe.tri's looks, and feeling his fond
n-uard sin- .
iked up. flushing into
s beneath his ardent
'!;cx has come home. Hob dear."'
"Has he. pet? I am sorry for that. T
do hope he will not persecute yon with
bis unwelcome attorn ions as he did last
'vac' It is unwelcome still, is it not,
"Von know it is, I would dve ten
years of my life to be rid of Lis mad
Jove-making, it makes me wretched.
Io yon know. l!oh. sometimes, though
I know how silly it is. I feel afraid of
lkim; he is so lierce, so relentless and
"I wish I could take you away from
them, darling, and keep you to myself.
Jt maddens me to know that you are
exposed to vonr cousin's cruollv covet
ous love. " hen the year is out I hope
to be. able to ask you to throw in your
lot with mine, darling, to be my precious
little wife. L)o you think you will care
"Need you ask me that, Bob?''
"No, 1 don't think 1 need, yet it Is so
swett to bear you confess your love
that I can't resist the temptation to
make you own it. Say you love- me,
"I love von (learlv, Bub." answered
the pirl simply, with her radiant dark
eyes earnestly answering the love light
"When will you meet me again, lady
bird? 1't it be soon, and trv to stay
longer with me."
"I will meet you by the river close to
the railway bridge, to-morrow evening
at nine, if I can get rid fd Hex."
"Hang Bex! say you will come.
"vThere there's a will there's a way. von
know, and a woman is always full of
resources: you can be a cunning little
rogue when you like, little woman."
"Well, then, I will rome, even if I
have to run away from Bex and rouse
bis evil temper. He has cot a temper;
it makes auntie quake as though she
were the earth and he a slumbering
volcano. See, the rain is over now, ana
I declare there's a splendid rainbow.
What glorious colors! One end dips
ripht over the house-tops vonder."
Jessie drew Bob out of the archwav,
and they ptood a second looking at the
broad expanse of sky with the vivid arc
of promise crowding it with jewel tints.
"Let ine see you to the foot of the
hill, ptt,.for I suppose you must be oft.
it s nearly six o'clock ami I know you
dine nt seven."
" Ves, 1 must go, dear, but I w ish you
would not come any further with me;
we might meet Hex, and it would only
cause a useless quarrel ami upset auntie
w ho is not at all well now,"
"Uooil-bye, then, my own darling; I
shall count the hours till we meet
(iood-hye, Bob dear. Mind, you
must not flirt with Miss Fisher, for 'my
"I never did flirt with her. my quern,
only in your jealous imagination. I
respect her too much to make sport of
her witli love which should be a wom
an's religion, a good gift fnuii her pure
heart that should be rewarded by an
equal return, and even if you did not
exist I could not love Audrey fisher,
though she is a dear, good, jolly little
"Ah. and a beauty.''
"Not when you are bv, Jessie; you
"Nonsense, you only tell me that to
maKe. me believe vou don't admire
blonde beauties. But now really I
must go; let go my hands. I won't fail,
to-muirow uih'ht Lit nine. Hood-bye.'1
Bob lifted his bat, and stood a second
looking after the graceful, gi: lish figure
that flitted so soon out of sight.
Then he sighed and set his lace in the
opposite direction, and walked sw iftly
till he came to a quiet street, where the
houses had a respectable old-world look.
In the centre of the wide street, stand
ing, back, as though in dignified re
serve, from its les.-er neighbors, stood
a handsome red-brick mansion called
The hall door was wido open, and
guarded by a noble bloodhound.
lr. Baynor smiled as the hound
f prang out to welcome his master.
A momentary pride of birth and his
old home swelled Bob's heart as he
looked up at the glinting windows and
J lob entered the shadowy hall where
stained windows made patches of bright
A pretty pale girl came out to wel
come him a girl with his own open,
honest look, and the same candid, decii
set. dark-fringed grey eyes.
"I expected vou home to four o'clock
tea, Bob.". '
"Did you. dear? I am sorry I could
not come. I was detained. J lave you
"Oh, no; Audrey Fisher dropped in,
and of all people in the world, Hex Ven
nimore." "What on earth did he want here? "
"I don't know; he made himself very
pleasant, and went away with Audrey.
Are you vexed, dear'. "
"Not vexed exactly, only I can't quite
understand this sudden iriendi.nesa on
Mr. Vennimore's part. Perhaps he
fancied be should find Jessie here."
"Dear Jessie; I w ish she could come,
Bob. I miss her dreadfully, but 1 suj
pose it is better she should stay away if
it is her aunt's wish."
Brother and sister had entered a
rose-scented parlor, a quaint apartment
with painted windows. dark-panclUM
walls, with a look of sombre grandeur
A big china bowl, full of spring flow
ers, stood in the centre of an inlaid ta
ble, and Ii.:.''." it a s! a I 'by vehet
lounge-chair with cosy cushions.
Bob sank into it w earily ; he bad been
up half the night before "and his round
bad tired him that day; a sudden op
pression of spirits had come upon him.
Violet kis-e:l his but forehead fondly,
then rang a bell which summoned a
"Ilae you any hot strong tea in the
"Then luing Dr. Raynor a cup nt
"Vim need not have troubled about
me. Violet; am only a little tired."
"Ves, dear, and the tea will refresh
Dr. Bay nor took the tea and drank it j
pratetully. thinking ail me wnne or
Jessie's loving looks as she turned to
smile upon h:rn at parting.
Meanwhile, Jessie had hurried up the
hill, and was met half-way up by her
cousin Bex. a handsome, gipsy -faced
young fell' ".v. who asked her cuitly
where she had been.
"For a waik." she aiisweied.
"Whitt. in the ram.'"
"Oh. I stood up."
"What i an that matter to von. Bex?
You quest ion all rny act ions as though i
1 were a child.
"So yon are a child, a pr'!ty perverse
child, "whom one cannot help loving,
even when one knows he is a fool for
"I am not a child. Why. I shall be
twenty-nne in October."
"Tw' nty-ori". and your own mistress;
are you glad of that?"
Of course 1 am. Why should I not
"Von should not be glad for o':e
thing; b'-oiitise every day ai;T Jwcn'y
is a slei farther fioiii one's yotitli: h,,t
I know vou are glad for 11. .Lett bav
Iht's sake. I saw his sister to-day : st.o
has grown into a nice sort of woman,
rather simple and sentimeiibil. but
picasint. Audrey Fisher was th'-re.
What a luvelv creature she is! n omie
and beaut if ul ana Venus by BuUiis.
B;n nor admires her immensely. 1 hear,
nnd no wonder; one rarely sees sm h a
splendid bit of feminine humanity. I
look her home. She can Use her i y''S,
by .loe! she made me feel quite spoon
ey." "uur natural state, cousin, when
IK'.'ir a ir.'itv wotnaa. I am glad yoa
aJmiio Audrey, becaus'i a.i sac n ex
act ly my opposite it gites promise i t
your leaving me in peace and transp i
ring your at; t ntiunslo one who will bet
ter appreciate them."
"Jess, you are a wicked little witch;
you rouse me out of myself as nothing
"That's a blessing; you'd better be
any thing than voiirself. .h, here we
are. and auntie'liioking out for us."
"it was a large house on the hill, and
a fine faded face appeared at one of the
open iinlovs above a Imx of mignon
ette. She smiled as Jessie waved her
hand, and hastened m to run up the
steps and be in before Bex. '
"I was afraid you would get wet.
dear," said the Honorable Mrs, Venni
nirnore. as the girl brushed her fore
head with h'T cool, fresh lips.
"No, auntie, 1 i.rn not Wet, Are you
not ready for an hour's drive; it's so
delicious out now?"
"1 shall not go ludoie dinner, dear,
there s no time; 1 was just going to
dress. 1 had a nice doze, when 1 woke
up 1 sent Bex to lind you. Had vou not
better go to your room'. V,,u have but
hall an hour to dress, dear, and vou are
such a lazy puss Unit will hatdlv give
yon tunc to smooth your hair." '
With a feeble sigh ntnl a lauit II utter
ing fd her huge feat lier-fan 1 he old ladv
sailed majestically out of the room x
mass of expensive millinery and hardly
Bex entered as his mother made her
exit, and crossed quickly to Jessie's
sldo. She had begun to pull oil her
long gloves and would have followed
her aunt had he allowed her to do so,
hut with a covetous sigh he put his
hands on her shoulders and smothered
her beautiful lips with lierce, jealous
"How dure you, Bex?" she said,
shaking herself free indignantly.
"What harm is there in a kis.i, cons
i.n?'' "A great deal of harm when your
kisses insult a woman you should re
spect, she being under your mother's
guardianship, and cannot get away
from your unwelcome attentions, i de
spise you for your unmanly freedom."
"Oh. I know how you hate me, but
my powtr over your future is gigantic,
and I have months to use it to my ow n
"Jt is brave to make war with a wom
an, is it not? Vet unequal as the battle
will be. I feel sure that the victory will
be mine, l'lease let me pass."
"Not until ymi have kissed me."
"Ti, cn we shall wait here till your
mother returns, for I will never 'kis
you of my own free will. 1 loathe the
very contact of your lips, vou know
that, yet you are mean enough to force
vouv " iresscs upon me. Oh, I hate vu
"Vonr hatred shall turn to doting
souie day, Jessie, if there be use in
sticking'to one nut-pose with all one's
soul and strength."
"It is a poor strength and a black
soul that c in t.uture a voiiii.n as you
torture, But thank iod it ioulv for a
few months mure, tin a 1 shall i be
yond vonr inala'e. Ah, th.it is right,
let me go. 1 feels as if I could buget
the softness of mv sex and sir ke jou,
cur that you are!"'
"Mother, I believe Jessie meets Dr.
Baynor daily. Vou must take her
away from here. I mean to marry her
before the year is out, bv f., r means if
I can. if mit. by foul. We a:e her only
relatives, she is friendless but for these
Bayiiors. 1 am fond of the g:rl. and
We "cannot afford to h t her fortune go
out of the family, so y ni must help me
to g-.i:i my end."
"What can I do more than I have
done? K'-x. do be rea-soiribic"
"Vou could have taken her abroad
out of that ft How's reach."
"But she would let go."
"Nonsense! she was bound to go
where you chose to take lei', but you
Were ti'fci weak to press the matter nroi
erlv. I intend to act ilitT-rently , I can
tell you. Now 1 have left college, my
tune is my own, I mean to stick to this
little ditli'eulty until it is done away
Willi ami the girl won."
Bex towered darkly above his moth-er.-an
evil look in his dusky eyes, the
picture of force and resilvi. His
mother shrugged her tlr.a shoulders
and said peevishly:
'I don't see w hy you should try to
ooinjx-1 Jessie tube you wile; you could
Lo very comfortably upon y our in
cotiie, if" mi would only keep within
bounds, and be r 'liU-nt. as your father
was. wi'h a quiet, decorous life."
"JP.it I will ii"t be content, mi mrv,
so why worry me with such prosy talk?
I want the girl as much as her money."
"J list because you have been denied
both. It was ever so with you from
ei '',1. i.hI V".ll T Iw.i.i. vonr tilnrw
' " ' ' " i
whatever tln-v are, will not bring vou
nn. i i roiuue.
"Do you mean to help me. mother? I
wain yiui that if Jessie is not rny wife
before the year's out. I'll marry that
pretty .T-tress you bother your bead so
much about, and live abroad."
"Don't say that. Bex. I'd rathersee
you in y our gi.oe than bound to that
she is i,ot w icked, only just as de
lioiou.slv ii.it; ; !,y as she dare be, and
the jollies! i tt'o'wrctoh in Jingland. 1
wish all worn, ii were such good com
pany. II. re dunes Jess; not another
Word of 1 "1 ! v as you love me."
Mrs. 'eii:iiii)ore sighed as Jessie en
tered, her i ; e. ks still crimsoned by !'
sentn.etil. she was tastefully attired
m a Phil k lace dress heavily beaded
With .": tl the bodice, cut Square, Showed
her wiuie neck and lett bare her beauti
Crimson poppies nestled behind h'r
tiny car. and abroad sash of the same
deep led u-ept lu r skirts in place.
Bex thought he had never seen her
look more lovely, and he tried hard lo
win (oig M ui ss lor his rash and ill-advised
iieei!.,u; but in vain, she was
barely civil, and that only out of con
sideiation (or her aunt who looked
worried and weary. .
Dinner passed" in moody silence;
when it was ended Ilex brought an Bast
em w rap and asked Jessie to go out on
the balcony with him as he wished to
speak to her.
I'eaimg. for his mother's sake, to
rouse his n-li temper again, she con
sented, placing soino red roses in her
bosom as she went.
Mrs Vei.i.imoie took up a novel with
a sigh of relief, and watched them as
they stoor! on the moonlit, balcony look
ing tow aids Die silver- Thames.
Bex lighted a cigan.te, and between
the puds, said in that cool tone of his:
"I'm sorry 1 vexed you to-day, Jess,
but you tiie'a fellow so with your dis
dainful beauty, that one loses'his head
before he knows where he is."
Jessie's hi. Ci.l led Kllil lier tliOUirllts
flew to one man who never lost his I
head. but wasalwavs steady, true, reli- I
able and tender.
Bex. not m dicing her silence, said:
"How beaut llul the river looks to
night; will you be sorry to leave it?"
"Leave it! Whatdo'voii mean?"
"I mean t hut 1 intend to take in?
mother awav for a while on account of
herfai'.iiiL' health, ntnl of course, as
you are under her guardianship, you
w ill accompany oh."
Jessie b it as though an icy hand had
clutched about her heart. To leave
Bichrnond and be taken awav from
Bob's protecting presence had never
enteied her head. It was too horrible,
all her boii ted courage seemed to de
Ben saw her consternation, and
latched a mocking laugh as he said:
"Vou ilun't seem to relish the idea,
Jess, but ymi must submit bu once; the
journey cannot be dclnved un any pre
text.1' A feeling of despair and defeat came
upon Jessie. It wanted hut a few
uiotiths to her lrci'dotn, yet what might
not this man's evil strength compass In
She knew how vain it was to struggle
against. Iiis decision when it had once
been li,ed upon. Her aunt loo was but
a tool in his hands whom he could use
to his own purpose; Jessie knew she
must submit . so she said hgld ly :
"( Ine place w ill be as Uhenihirable as
another, if your society must be in
flicted upon me. When do we go?"
"I have not yet decided; soon, at any
rate, and considering you must submit,
to my society, my pretty vixen. I should
advise you to do so with civility, Come,
befriends; I'm too fond of vou to lie
on ill terms. "
Jessie shuddered us he put his arm
round her waist; she disengaged herself
silently for she Haw her aunt had fallen
As she bent over the balcony the
roses dropped from her bosom to the
garden below; someone standing there
in the shadow nicked tltein iip and
pressed them to hi.s lips, which were
w hite with passion, for he hud seen Bex
put his arms about the woman he loved
with such reverent, adoring devotion;
saw, and dared not interfere for her
Still, he could haunt the house ami
keep an unseen, unsuspected guard
over her whom his heart held dearer
than life, bis pure innocent girl-love.
( )h, it was horrible to think that she
was compelled to live in the same houso
with the man who persecuted her so
cruelly, she who was his. his very own,
by every law of love, and w ho was only
separated from him for a few months.
Bob longed to leap upon his rival and
fight for bis lady-love, hand to hand
with his foe, as knights of old have
done; passion lifted him out of his
woikaday world and inspired him with
a desire to defend his darling against
all the world.
But wishes were powerless, and he
knew he should but increase her trouble
by seeking to help her now.
So he waited with hot resentment
making a tempest in his mind, waited
till he saw Jessie outlined against the
yellow lamp-light, the faint moonbeams
increasing the pallor of her passionate
face; then he saw Mrs. ennimoie
come out and stand beside her niece.
A second later Bex brushed close bv
him in the shadows, with his hand's
thrust deep into hi.s pockets, and pulling
a cigar furiously between hi.s let th.
Something that wits almost murder
ous moved Hob's usually calm heart to
quicker beating, with a stern effort he
mastered his desire to quarrel with his
rival and stood still till he had passed
out of sight: then, with a muttered
prayer for Ins darling's safe keeping, he
went out into the white road and walk
ed hurriedly homeward.
A pleasant, homely scene greeted his
arrival in the quaint", panelled parlor.
Violet, with a glow of happiness light
ing up her pale lace, sat beside a cleri
cal looking lb mill's, whose pleasant,
plain face reth-eted the happy content
of hers, and making dreamy music
with idle, wandering lancy was a lovely
waxen woman, bending her tlaveti head
over the yeilow key s of the sweet-toned
"I told you I would be in time to take
you home", Audrey ; you see I have ki pt
iny word, .lust suig us one S' i g and
then we'll be oil'; it is getting L'.e, and
the father may feci anxious."
"Sing 'The" day is done.' Audrey;
John is so fond of that."
"Vou good little thing, and yen are
so fond of J"hn." answered Am!:. in
a low, sweet voae. as Violet ..,nch -d
for the song amid an untidy pii of
With unaffected readiness and grace
Audrey sang, and the words sank into
Bub's troubled heart, the wing, d Words
seemed to fold themselves about his
soul and bring peace. No longer lie
felt cruel resent ni-nt tear at his heart.
Walking beneath the quiet light of
the stars. If . b op. ued his heart lo his
sister's friend and told her his trouble
and anxiety on Jessie's account. He
did not dream that the story of his love
for another sank like a poisoned arrow
into the quivering la art of the girl who
gave him lea is aid ..me sy mp.itliy.
"Of coin se your suit Was disuils-.ed
so curtly to make loom for her . "icin.
Do you th uk In- loves her, or is it only
her lii' ticy he want ?"
"su.-h j. i e as h s can be but an in
sult . an I 1 w o-i'd 1 oi. t he niop.i-y
were his. for :t it v . 'e u v th::!. my
d.'irl.lig ' ' ild h::e . 1.1" to me bet lie.
I 1..1 . c 1... need cllt. 1 ' all cai II .1 fair
income io wimI I aue.nly p' m -. and
it Would ! ' 'I' h bi'l 1 !: I'l '. 'i 1 mv
Wlte .'! pi li'l.-d I p..ji r ''! i V. I'V 1 'Ullg.''
"M-i.-y is a g It ! ..b.'.u.d you
can !' s"i i.e-re than y i; Pa e no v. . I
le d s ii-. I ul I hoi e m ; !.:.-. .-. ii,. u, ev
il, ay not pi..- e. as i' - i oli' o i
Ii,-; e a ' III -c ' i' .u a b s It ;t Mi je
n .! f l tl." ! . pi" l a is Ml. Venri!-
u,o ;e pug',: ,-, i,.': a : . :' ' :. I. 1 :: ;.::d
ii v - ;! " :.. o c . ..i to ...i. i.-.t I do
nut - ;;..: y ii-1-1 ! i ;': it ymi .an
snie "I a ' i lo ' i - be... I ' a n. ay I
si.e ,i 1 1 ',.. 1 1 .... 1 1 i ,, , In 1 o' CC
he; i i ;,.a: n i 'in :s.m i : he! w ill."
' I I lio'.l .il l! . I I.S.mW he W hi tl' VI r
W.I, I e) 1 'e li flaw I. h,,i 1 t.'l 1 'IS lull
oi I'M h-. 1,' - - a- ait ' 1 woman.'
"I V ,sh : oh. ill V..i,;d let
me hi i i i 1 i. I.d ' A .."'...I h :".-ht-'
i'-. : ;. I . -I,, ' i p V'.'i both.
U .1' i i u,l :.. ii.ee t , I,, a . '
"I M coo ! e I A i , il I , i I c Is I,..; hing I
tl . , ' .'::' t 1 ,e ! . , , i,i 1 ; ii ;nl ... I
W.d ! .e' hi. 1 ...i --h.il tin . 1 sooli.
- e t V t'l'i 1-
ana so ;. 1 1
;;'! I Audrey, j.fler be
!,. I u l '.o i I iii.l,!.. "Bom Ivl and she
has !,.s lo'.e! Wen- I so placed I should
'nt I'i ,! j . 'i.i lv. i tint he and I peopled
l! e A; v ,:'.d. ( iit how shall I bear
lie. life' Mow mad I ha'.'f been to fan
cy hi-1 ,.: I ..i in.', aie! so let him w ;n
all the l'".e o my lite. J v. ish UcX 'on-
n, iir ii ' i-o il l make Jessie niai'iy hiin.
I WoUll.T if 1 could h' lp him? If she
wi re once married, who knows but that
I Iioght c; ci my hero's heu-t nt I he
I'd, HI, I. 1 l'.I.ow he likes ine il little.
I w ill t iiink about it, My love after all
h-. not be quite hopeless,"
At 1 he iippo, tiled hour by the river
side th" lovers met. The springtides
had iloodeil the low ing l atin and a
heavy Shower had made he 1 1 ens ll!i
Ulisale sli'vier; the l:u li-droji.s dripped
iinp'ensant !v. wetting the seats and
making things generally uncomforta
ble. Jessie shivered beneiith the light
dust -cloak she w ore, and Boh. always
anxious his da: ling's health, sug
gcsiU'd 1 hat I hey should go to his house,
font while, so thai she might not take
To Im) UijiuvuihL
Ah oil fourteen Hides limn Live ( I'll,,
fill., thcl'e live- 'l l.ii:UI w ill a sliVtllgll
t I i" da . w iilie sue wiis out
walking, a I uge -i I ! : :g-m t u iilbieked and
iiUl-sUi'd h'T for s iine deh'tliec, f ri.-Ill cll
j II it- her V cry nun h. Sih.-e.iien; 1 y she
jra've birlii lo twills, nolli tu.'iies. The','
Mere pefice! eliildl'i II, d"W Ii lo theil
waiN. and e.iinph to ailigaiois U low,
tail urn I all. I h'Te an- dmri wi bbod
cel .'ill. I I en III tne !.i,ie- jioi-lioll of the
ril H I ' iii i -1 1 . I i.i ul i -'itoi s. They craw I
wit b theil' li.'ill'b, dl a '..gill' them .civ e
lilw Ml I ju-l us an 'iilin,'itor doc. They
make ii oue:iiic: , in n liciiinle nop.e.
Th" mother has id l.ii-n.e lank tilled
W i'il W a!''l' ill W h i il he keelis llictll,
Mil l I hey live Nearly n1! 'I,,, hiu" in If.
'1 ni' fed and ea I re;; uhirly and seem
to be doiii'r well and ure apparently
liapl -v . lacy a re imw- iiMirteeti or tit
Icon y cat's old. Cointui at i Vely f'iV OUb
side of the lnim"diiti' neighborhood
know of it. 'lite tiiotlu'i' has refused
ofleisof inoimV for Uieir exlilbiliou.
Beeclier's Bad Head..
For two iiioiiUiB in (hi! year Henry Ward
Beecherimn't prcHth. In August and Sep.
teiubtr hit tHkus his vacntinn and eudurtg
iho onset of the hay fever. And it is, no he
nays, Something terrihl't and treinemdous,
A man with hay fever isn't accountable for
his actions. He is merely a wild beast
frantic with muffing, sneezing and ln.-iid-aelie.
lib-eyes me red anil ho ii his nose,
livery nerve in his head is a fountain of
ttarn, He lives only to fly from seaside to
mountain-top in scutch of relief.
And yet, whether wo call this form of
Ohurh liny -I'i vei, rose-fever, Inty-cdd or
rose-cold, Fly' Cn iun Bilin will cure it.
This remedy is simple,, ph asiint and easy (if
application. Pinccd in the nostrils it pene
trail's and soothes the atl'ected parts at
once, restores the impaired bciih.'h and cre
ates healthy secretions in cases of the long
est standing. Vou cannot run annylroiu
hay fiver, hut you can drive it Iroin you by
using Kly's Cream Balm.
Tliirteen Veins' Dyspepsia.
"I suffered w nli dyspepsia for 'i yentH."
vviih-gjohn Adiiight ll.sq., of Columbus,
Ohio. "S niiHiitHii Nervine cured me."
As it always cures such disorders. At
in dint mw which of nil others should be
kept in thorough repair, a row of teeth, are
sute to oci ur mid tin less mi re to hopelessly
disfigure tin- ficc d ' di-renaid of the teeth's
cleanliness is persi.-tent. But if the error
is ( oireiteii in tune with the aid of SIJZO
DdNT, America's leading tooth beuiitilh-r
Hiel itivig 'tant, the tenants of the mouth
lot g reOiiti their strength and whiteness
uniiiipniri d. A word to the w ise iP
To all vt ho are sinle! ing from the errors
c I iieiiscn.tioiis of yutith, nervous weak
in s, ettiv decay , I- .s of luai.bo' 'd, tVc, I
WI i sends li el pe t hat w i , 1 cr oil, Kit KK
;i ciiiiii:. Tins great nniedy was
di-covered by a ni.i.ister in South America.
Send a stU-hddress-il envelope tn t' c B"v.
Jo i r u T. Ismas. Station I).. N York
A beiieial Mamiiedc
Never wus siah a rmh made for any
I bag Store lis is now ht Barclay Bri'
for atrial bottle of Br. King' New Dis
covery for Coii-uinici on. Coughs and Colds,
All ptrnjns Hilccte'l viiih Asthma, Bron
ch tis, Ho.trMiicss, Sevire ( ougl.s, ir any
i.tl'-ction of the Throat mi I Liuigs. can get
a t : i tl bottie o this crinyt teiiicdy- free, by
culling at a bi ve Drug S'ore, (4)
I' lit h eli s Arnica Salve
The t S.'i.ve li ',;,. ii,,r,. fu t.' l',
Bt uists. Sores, t'lc r.. s iit Bhi inn, Fever
"ts, Tttier, Cbapi.e-i il tii.i-. Ch.ib'tiiiis,
Coin-,, and all sl.in KruptioiK tad po-itiveiy
cu'i s I'llcs. It is guatttiiteed to give per
fei t satishictiot;, or ire. lay refunded. 1'rice
-.'' ciijts j'.'r box. For stie hv Barclay
si.K a wo.viii in apote.er cii.tnti iK-ar
Speer's Vni'vai ls, pickilig ra; -es trotii
which Sp'-er's. I'ort liripi' wir.e is in .tile,
th.t is so highly es'ecin.-'l by the niedicil
piofeM-ion, for the u-e of invalid-, weakly
pi r-ops nr. 1 the aged. Sill by druggists.
Bi.tt-rptisii.g I'" i! aget '.- wanted in h.
town lor an iiiiu ie '.hat i- .-ure to s ii. live
'ii'iggis's ati 'I gr I '-r- pteb rred. Address
JI'iiiiKstoa r'ood i'o ivatlve Co., 72 Kiiby
Oftta miiiy r. iiie.ia - oetore !lo aibla
for Neivoti- Deiiiiity ntm wtaktu-ss o!
N'tM- (ieiieral i re S sti m, there i none
equil to Alien',, llt'ii:, Fwod, whicti prompt
ly ami pe.'tit'iiu-iii'y n-st-.n-s ail lost vigor;
it never lad-, if l pkg . (i for $V--At
'lo The West.
'I h. le ate li num! el of routes leading to
lheub'.ve nieir.iohe.i v. i ,1 a,, bu' the direct
ar,d reliable route is via Sa.nt Louis and
over the Miss ,uri J',k ;fii- Builway. Two
trains da. ly are ruii Ir ,m theCrati'i I'nion
D' p' t, Saint Lnii'.s to iUnsss Ci'y. Leaven
wi ith, A'chi-oi , M. .b'.-i ph and ( Iniaha.
I'ulliii'in P .lace Siei ping Cars of the very
til est make arc atti, hed to all tlailis.
At Kansas City L nmn Depot, passetx'ers
bu Kansas, Coioiii'i-i, New .Mexico and (,'ah
if "O't w ith exptess trains of nil
At Atchis'ii , cnncclion is made with
cx;iress tra ns lor Kansas and Nebraska
At hhuah'i, cotit. ediou is made with the
Overluii i tritui for ' lalifoinia.
This line oiler to urMo.s ciirouTe to the
Westatid Ni'i t ii w est. not only last time
lilei slljiel lot :,( liiodittiolis, but beautiful
scetiety, as it jum-es through the finest por
tion of .Mis.viifi un. I Nebraska. Send for
illustrated mitpr, pamphlets, iiC, of thit
litii:. which will bu mailed free.
C. B. K I X .NAN, F. ClIANIU.IlK,
Ass't(ten'l Buss. Agent. Hen'l Bass Agent.
(iy vii t ti" of an I'xe.ailiori lH"iii'il out nf the
I'lerk l llllli'e lit tlie rlli iul ( curl nt' Ali'1ieli'reoli
lv le il ftnle ot 1,1'ninr. unit tn 111'' ilin i'leil. wlmrii
by I mil riiiiiiiiHIideil In ninke the u ni oli ii t of n cur
tain Jiulu'iin'lil rei eiiilr (ilitiinu il uu'Hiimt W niter S
i uiiilrr in lavur of ll.'iijiitiiin C l unle out ol'tlie
IhikIh, U'lu'iiii'iitH, iiiiiih ninl flint tit Ik of tliu Null!
W nlle-s. 1. hiiiIit. 1 I'live levieil on the fullowiiiy
iii , riln il nrni eriy, tn Ii : All o Keetion i' even
(Hi In tc.nnslcp riMiM'ii (Hii ninl Iii raiit'e two (!),
mi'hi ul iie iinl iriin l,Bl iiiiTiliuii. i tiiiiiilnliig tilu
iirres. tie iilmvi' ileK. rl ueil ImikI ik lylni: and Imiiur
Hitiiut il In the riiinily nl Alexniiilur mill slate of
Theri'turi:, an iirilltu: tn nalil cniiinnoni, I slull
i ,Vioe tor mill' ni puhlic ani liim, nil the rmlit,
line nun liiteri'il nl the nliovi! imnii'd Wallers.
I. miller, In and to tli" iilmvi: ilitBrrllied iirnperty,
nt II irliirk a, m . oil To tHi! ii v tin- MSI Ii iv of Auc.,
I"Si, at Hie we-i.irlv (Iimr ol the euiirt Iiuuhi:, In
Ilateil nl ( iiiro, III , IIiIp Clh dnv of AiiuukI, lss,),
Sli'TllV Alexaiidiir Cniinty,
It v vlttiii' of an rreriitlon l-mcil mil nf Uiii
I l rk'f nltice nf III" rlrrull ronrl of AiiDauider rnliti
ly still male of lUlti'ilp, mid to him ilirerteil. wlmru.
Sy I s hi eiiintiiaii'leil to tnnke I lui Kiiiuiiiit of a cer
tain Jmlt;nieiil reri'iitlv iiliialtii'd ai'iiilmt WnllerS,
laiiuli r and Siiinii' l hnruler 'n fuvur nf lli'iijaniln
I'. I'urils out of th" luiidii, ti'ii' ini'iiis, iimiil'n ami
i hii tels ol the enul WiUt"r Si. I.niuler and .HuiniU'l
I. nailer. I tinvn levied m tlm fniiow
ItiK ili'srrtlied propcity, to w h : AH of
sritloti olcvn (U, In tnwiiKlilp mxtni'ti
(111) siid In rant'i' two cm west of tfio Itrd prln
r.linl inerlilliili, said Innd I lylnit ntnl lietiie stum
ted In I lai run ill) ol Alexninler "lifl slnle nl Tlltnom.
Tin i, line, in eonllnu In said coiiiniand, I sIikII
ritioiii lor mile nt paMIr, iiiicllnii, nil Hai rliilil,
tltln itud Inleri'st of (tie n I io ve initiu'it Wnltur H,
, sillier Hil t Siiiiiinil l.smler. III mid to llin iilinve
ili'ii'itlii il i operl y , at II o'rfnrk s, in , on 'l iicpiluv
tlic2Hih i'iiv HI AkkiisI, IHK'I, st tlm vimtnrly door
of tlin court huns. In city or Cslrn, IIU
Dulml st Cairo, lib, Inn Sth day of Auirnl. IWI.
Bhoriff Aluxandiir Coiiiity.
I'OJIT (iltAl'E WINE
.TV.-'.? . f;; S
Si'kku's powT (ji'APK Wine !
FOUB YKABS OLD.
'PIUS CEI.KHUATKIl NATIVK WINK Is male
from the Jiil. e i,f On' l ii.nrli) (impr, raUid lo
thit euli 1. 1 rv. Itn lnvsliish.f tin, Ic i.l .l i'ri lw'!l.
t'tlltiu' propert ' - are uiif urpn'se'l Sv any nllier
Native W ine. Il-iin' t tie .iui: Jua i- nf It (irapo,
prii'luiMd iimI'T Mr i. '-r't nun perma.iii supervi
sum, !is liurlty Kiel c am in ih, r: t;iinisLtui'd .
Th" vouiiest thild in y ,nri.ik. of ii tfLernn s
ipci.hu , sinl lie- eki"i iiillil tun- It to sdvsii
lull'' Il U iiiruciiiKr v In n, a, ul m .he hi"'d and
d.'l.llitaied. ami mill, d Iw On. larinus Kllmeiiti. Hint
HfT.'t the Zenker sit. I' if in m..T) respect
WIN K Hi UK Kfcl.thU UN.
Sixer's I'. ,1. Slipirv.
The P J. sIIKtili i Its vt t ii i- of Superior Char
scter snd i rtlief o( uK rir.h gusliti. of the mpe
Iroin wh'i-n it i mad" fur I'urtiy, l;Ubn!t. Kit
mi' stid Mirdk iiial rii.tiertn'i.. u wijl l touud un
Siircr's I'. .1. Hramly.
Tois III'. A Nil V tiaiids iii'ti vsle'! lu this l i'iinTf
1.1'lui: fur "iiperier fur ire itn imil jiirpu'ef p in s
J.nre d.'Ol.tt cj.i tr."1. the cm .i . tie: ( nn slut vai
nt'iie ini'ilii ,rsi proper- a -. 1 1 1. 1 'lei : : it
vor. Pinc.lart'i that of ilie r; s, fr .ci hi' h II is
r) is 1 1 1 i id, and is lu v-r. h i fiv ,r nuiniiL' tlr-trstt
iTiilli". see that tse mr"iiiirn of AI.KKKI)
Sl'K KH, I's-Miu-, ' J., is over il.u una ol eutl.
Hold Hv Paul sci n; ii
ami BV nia'ouisTs, . pi, v w ,( ii-:.
(i,,.t train ph of ). t.. .. li'i' i- s " v-lsUoo
rbrnuu Hit: inmaie' n Mi 'j ,':,: if. -d miitir. ai;d
1" s t "i.i lete kiiOduir to .. k . iol i- i.i blood i'oit'il)
su:l Skin lluiijni.
Swift's sp.--:fli l.i ru-ei (.,,. ,,' : fi'i's. which
Is ti- f.-i.ivirjr ti. my lm:'y I Lave siiflrrd with
1! Inr nnc.y V' ur-. :.: t.:o" ' f. '. n i:" ' iiiiiiiy
i h k ' isi. mid nl. s f tri-iiai (!. '"Jt to re
.urit"u..; atil !, ii 1 : -.,. lo tiis.- :fl's Sp rltlr
1 'ii k i iirr.'.li i ii'ii,: iai' tt ntiK to this
I.T' kt reima! . I hih '. nf u,. .li-.-ii. There is
liii'loii'it ii tl ii : 'J,. '. M 'i ' ui 't;c lu exift'
etc i . nici 1 L"p. s.i, v. I.n art'.M m.i w r : i - tume,
i: i hawks jB..
i .trktvf.!!'. til.
After s -fTeri!.,' m i.'v :.v v a- ' t. .lr.fnl
Iiry 1 , Her, Bed rvii.jt rum y !, t ' c . t . i at
iot relieved lo the n-e oi s,(' - Sj,,., l;J,:, knd I
I l,ei rl'.il.V re. .Ui ,.el,l ,! t-'. 'ill .ail' 1 1 V ft ) ti.-d.
In i.i: 1,1: VS HAM.
M licnti. I.k .
si.oon n i:vaim)!
!" I'll i'. in icv i ii in st t,o vt, I li"d n
siii.v.i. ol Mi i.i.rl.-. s. s. ... ,.,. prtp:,e of
M' rrury, l .iii r,.:i.-ci :. . or k..y mineral sute
I II SW I IT sp;;. y c ( (,.,
I eu ' r ::. Al inriin. I -a
t"-Wr::e for tl.. 1: '! Ho ., wiiah w.li be
rnuio'd to .
I'r , i' : si-, 'l .,. . li n ; , r l.nu,'. Lien" sl.i'
ihi' iIitil' iloii.ie (pike' IV' si 7 hot', r, A.I dnii;
KU-lr's'li 11 " '.'
How Many Allies io ou Brive.
( ) D () S i ll T K 11
Will Mi ll
Tins Instrument ! no laruer llcin n wstch. It
tel. I. the imi I lilllll .er nf III e f UOV II lo the
1 1 .t h part ol a mile; muir i.. lo l.mll mllfs;
vtnler mil ilr.ie njiu; u iv in order; nveii
linrsci' Iroin l.eiin; nve dr v. i, : i. i-knuv lUIiu n.'d
to U,e heel of n linnet . I un h.'e, Su.k v , W Uipili.
lliniil Curt. Suiky I'iow. lieiip. r. .Mower, or other
Vehicle. I nvHitllll.le lo I, 'Venn, ell, I'leusure
Iiriverf. riivmclm.". Kiirmerm siirv-vors, Ilrsy
iiieii. Kvvrenmuen. sni.'e owners. Aa-. I'rirr only
$. " "uich. one-third He prii e of any oilier Odoip
e'er. Win n orueriii" ;.ve diicneier of the wheel.
Sent liy iiuiil on receipt of price, post pa d,
Ad'(l're7s" "Ve'flON n"BX('"ioM h i EI! vU7,
2 North La SalU' M ., Chh snn.
fSend for Circular. Slillui.
W v. .
A New and Complete lintel. Ir-iritlnir oh Levm,
Second mill KuUroinl lorcels,
The T'nMi'imi'rl)' not or the Chlrairn. HI. Louis
anil .lew (irlrmis: llllnot' I'eiiUuli U'nl.Hsli, h;,
bonis Hiid I'uciilc; lion .Miiiintaiu and Smiihern,
Wolille lind Ohio; Cairo ami Ht. Louis lliinwnys
nrc all Jut nrross the street; while tile Nlinimboai
I.hiiO I ii V Is lint unit aiinn' dlslmil.
Thin lliiinl Is heated liy steam, has slunin
Lntindry, llvilraullc Klcvnlor, Kliirirlc full Hells,
Ailtomntlr Klru-Alartns, llaths, nlisolutely pure sir,
purler! ti-vvvrat-'' and yoliuilele apiioliitiuinils.
HNiierh luinisliliiKs; pvrfocl survicu; snilannn
L.. 1'. PAUKUU it CO.. LrHMMMU
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