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Tho Haunted lujinoer.
IIY Kl'tiEXE J. 1IAI.L.
Twuz 'lontr In tho milliner o' seventy, 1 was
The liveilcet lot 'intuitive in tho whole M'sourl
Via, now un' then 1 diulu d 11 train or killed a
eoit or row,
AecMoute ain't uncomim 11. Tluy'll liappeii
any I .
rve cnli'll tho h p o' V I111M11' khl.S but 1 Vf
never killed a mini,
Hut I've coine about t n i.r it un' iiiIsmiI ez 11
I don't i;i) iniieli on ppirit, but the boys who
hiinir round hero
Hev (rot into ttie hatut o' caliin' me the "haunt-
i d entrim cr."
How il,.l 1 pnmc to be (hrisn'd so? It don't
ti. e U nn to fix
An onei; y name on a fellow that somehow
mh) s an' Micks
There once w a h country sucker, who livul
neiir Hixby's HuL
That a hundred linii'S, I reckon, hez made my
heart stand stul.
Whenever he seed nie com in' be was nlwuz
bound to fros
In front o" the tlym' train InstUl o" puliin' up
I worried so mtuli about him, an' he kep' me
In sii h feur.
The boys ail tret to cailm' me the "haunted en
gineer." He'd nlwuz stop an' turn around as the train
went whizzin' by.
He'd shake his whip at nie an' grin, w ith a
iiieuti iook in his eye.
That seemed to say, in a sueakin' way, ez I
ticked bis w njron tire.
"When you fool yotir Vno'e Iehabod, you
must ivme a if et.e Higher."
I kr.ew tho reokoum time would come to a
fe.ier witu s.ea clut k.
That some one was bound to knock bim to the
inidiJie o' uei' week.
One day I got U-wi'dred, on 'count 0' a
smash- d up train.
Oic "W" zapped 'long the line like a Kansa
Hut j- -r as I scut the smokestack o' It is by-s
liii at k ar,
An' g "tic 1 m th" 1 ik'hway cro-sin' to See t f
tne roiid wuz c ear,
I seed tnat trreenup cotiiin', wi:h his ole boss
on the hup.
I civ' a toot itli the whio'.e, but he didn't car'
An' qtiiokier'n blue-tail bluzi ar(iuu' me every
wiiitr' War but k t-, hoe fs, an' sp. inters a th in' thro'
I tugged awny at the throttie-v a.ve with a'.l
my might an' main,
Ilulwewent a half a mi e or more afore we
Mopped tue train.
We soon barked up to the erotfln', where the
brakemun !oi k-d an und.
Thar w uzn't a bone or sp. inter o' his riggio' to
I)id It pulreriz that granger? Not much; h-
He riz up out o' a puddle with a big bump on
bis hi ad:
He shook his list at the 1 rakeman; be wan't in
a ni(d lor f un
He sai I mat he d "sue the railrc a l" for th
"damage we hid dene."
Pieh smarties, they ain't uncommon; tho y
h w the'r lack o' brains
Ily thitikm' the'r t'it-tail hosse-s can distance
our nii r ad trains.
An' when oie. i-et'b tun over the niwsboys
"Atuitler ruiiroad murder, by a car'Uss en
I reckon, when up in heaven, sieh cases ur'
The ru,e will be with the unguis "a vir lic. o'
THE AVERAGE NEW ENGLAND STO
EY. Ej the Ko3ra N-jw En;rlan3 Author'ss.
"I ilim't un lerstaiid it," aibl as hlio
spoke lV.tv's calin bliu; eves looked up
from the io!atoes sin- was jiei-Jin. "It
niu.-t U- so. for everv l'O'ly ay si., :u,,l
njore than that I saw him inv.x.'if."
"We ail aw liitii." v.i I l'rne, with a
'iii. l'riii' w a-a 1 in Jinilve bni!j-tt-,
ui u'-.'i ivt-n t sliiif! wi.i-n t.'ie natib
of ll.l.nw-iM- I).ia;ie was merit;'nil. "I
k:.ov, ur. wt-.i mrit all tbe red ear at
a tii:-k:u' tr-v can't fall b otie man.
luat a f'jre.'uae exclusion. And
t ue Lave w. ver deieeiod him in anv-
"An ! no dotibt you have watched
L'r:i carefully, l'rui'," said Tatty slyly.
True l.'itisi.cd, hut made tio respoiiM)
to tii's purely maidenly t'. The' two
L'ir'.s had been f.i,t friends since ll;e
day whi-u Tatty, enterinj' theliitle old
red sciiool house, had found her-eif
c(;iis.di.ra!dy out of her element and
had taken her reftiL'u in the new sclml-
ar'.s Mtronholda llood of tears. True
left her seat ou the hard and well
btaini'd form and, piitiin;; her anus
around tho littlu pirl's neck, kissed her
tears away and placed her beside, her
self for the rest of the day. Tatty nev
cr forgot the service. They grew tip
together, lirst in the tilVectiim of chil
dren, which ripened into deeper love as
they aceiinuilated years, and now, when
Tatty was twenty-t.Mi and True a tear
older, they were mine like twin sisters
than two girls in whose veins llowed
the Mood uf d.ll'ereiit parentage. That
True loved HiUIioush Doane Tatty was
iMiinptdied lo admit to herself, though
not without a pang. It was the lirst se
cret she had ever withhold from True;
hut away down in her pure little heart
there was a longing for the time when
the tall, handsome, browned young
man should put his arm around her and
tell her that his lifu could never bo per
fect without hers.
"Lei's all watch him to-night," sug
gested True, with a bright little smile.
"If we catch him and find out how hy
manages it, we'll hold it over him to
his dying day."
Shu didn't'say that she hoped to lie
in a position to forgive him aiij sin
some day, but there was a curious lh ht
lu her eyes, and as Tatty saw it Tier
pretty head fell on her "bosom nn,l 11
sob burst from her pure white throat.
"Why, Tatty!" exclaimed True;
"you amaze me! What makes you Hiirh
"Nothing," replied Tatty, looking tip
with tears in her eyes. ' "lVrhaiis I
don't feci very well."
There was a huge time at Sipiire
( onklin's that night. Trom all the
couniry round he had invited the hoys
" girls to come and husk his corn,
nd through the dny there was much
tribulation in his house over tliudotP'h
iiiiH and apple Sl, ,!, llmti
Mehitablc, the Sipiire'8 daughter, had
more than once announced that tho
supper must prove a failure. Hut ev
erything appeared to turn out all right
in spite of her doleful prognnstu.fttiohH.
Tho blsoull, were as light 11 s MchHablo'tt
Llrtiiilo linir, and the pie crust had
Hacked better than she had ever known
it U before. Tho Uuughuuls were brown
to a turn, and when she had walkcit
around the tablo for the hundredth
time, she looked upon a perfect display,
and yet there was a cloud on her brow
that was not supported by anything re
miss iu her preparations for the com
fort of her guests.
"I hope he'll come," she niuttered,
as she went to her little room under tho
eaves to dress for the evening.
"Hope who'll coiuo, MittyP" de
manded a hoydeuisb, voico at her el
bow. "How you startled mo, Charity!" she
exclaimed, as sho kissed the warm white
check presented by tho laughing girl
who had surprised her solilotiuv.
"I know who you meant," clamored
Charity, slinking her curls. "You were
thinking of llillhouso, and I can set
your mind at rest, for ho told nie this
afternoon that he would be tho lir.-t ono
"Is that the reason for your early ar
rival?" asked Mitty, with a smile, then
seeing that she had hurt Charity's feel
ings, she put her arms around her young
friend and kissed forgiveness from her
"Where did you see him, Chat,
dear?" she inquired, apparently by way
of keeping up tho conversation, but
really to hear more about him.
"We have been in tho woods all the af
ternoon, and he was as stupid as an
owl. 1 don't see what there is in him
to set all you giri9 so crazy. True nud
Tatty and' you live on what that man
says and does, while for my part, I
could get on just as well and not miss
him more tiiau if he had never been
born. Tail, say, Mitty, how does it hap
pen that he gets all the red ears at a
huking bee? That's what wakes up a
little interest in him."
"lbios he?" asked Mitty. raising her
e-ye crows a little, and trying to look as
though the question were a new one to
"Yon watch and see if he don't,"
was the laughing answer, as the girl
flounced out of the room to examine the
orchard for apples, and tl.e last seen of
her she was lu the top of the tree tilling
herself up and throwing the fruit with
a hoy's aim at tiie dog gambolling be
Siuire tViiklin's barn was a scene of
wil l merriment a few hours later. Ko.-y
faced srir's-with dancing eyes crowded
around Mitty, while strapping young
fellows buried t!iemeives and the
s'juire in profound discussions about the
harvest. t:.e church and kindred mat
ters of absorbing country interest. Hill
luniM' 1 au tiie tallest'and handsom
est of tne group, tilled the barn with
his rich laughter, aud as he looked
around to sie who was there, he caught
the admiring glance of many a bright
eve that never quailed under his smile.
Tor ha 1 they not all agreed in whispers
to watch him that night? And to do
that, was it not necvssarv to look at
lowu before the great pile of ripe
corn they sat, each trying to outstrip
the rest In shucking and talking at the
"See if he don't pull out the first red
ear, Tatty." whispered True. "Even
now. jjictbiuks he If making ready."
"Tally one!'' sho'ited llhlhoti.se, as
True spoke. And surely ho had cap
tuved Hie lirst red ear.
Tin.-re was a profound silence f jr a
moment. Turn came a burst of merri
ment, commencing with "Oils," and
tapering oil' in'.o giggles.
I wonder who Mess me, if ho
doesn't commence with Charity Tost!"
and the girl leit a lump arising in her
throat as she .spoke.
Tor, be it known and understood
that the young man who is fortimat-i
enough to liiid a re l ear of corn at a
i.u-k.tig Ue h:is a right to kiss a!) the
g.ris pivs.-h!. and if lie be al all p; u
i..r, lo-is (.vo-i-ly watched to set; with
whom l.o i,i Login the o.sculatorv ex-
M.tty's was not tiie only heart that
a l ii ". ni'i'd as he approached C'.ari-
ty. who .-a
lo lh" ! 1 1 '
ed ;.. , : e ,
on h- r f mo
ti.e ir 1 ' r
ai st;li and paid no attention
iIm'.'j around her. True turn-
w;tn an expression 1 i :.:n
:.:ei Tally bent lower i,y..
1 "tiii iing hands wee !j..':J.
;.L have been an aeei b-nt
'lei'ii'd (.'natty lirst. but
ing. I; mi,-;
that 'be -t'.ey
men can lov
chance in il,
i 1. im as only pure no
saw something more tnau
ind felt that if he were
.-elect, his wit',, that night, he would
taue her to whom his eyes lirst turned
when he began to kiss them all.
"A red ear. ( 'natty," said he plea,,
antly, holding the ear out for her in
"So I see," returned Chatty, without
going to kiss you first,"
"I think not," she replied calmly.
Everyone looked surprised, but none
more so than ,Mr. p.ano.
"Why not, Chatty?" he asked. "I
am entitled to a kiss all around, and
von should not resist."
"You are if you get a red ear by fair
means," said Chtitiy, gazing straight
into bis face. "), V()U did not get
that ear in that, way'
The young man colored deeply.
"What do you mean, Chatty?
"I mean that you came hero with
your pockets full of rod ears prepared
to pull tin in out and kiss us girls,"
said Chatty, lirmly. "The rest may
permit it, lint for one, I won't!"
Had a lioinbshell burst in tho barn
there could not have been greater con
sternation than followed ( halty's ex
pose. The squiro roared aloud, un
checked by the frowns of his daughter,
but lo the rest this was no laughing
matter. Hero was tho beau of tho vil
lage delected in a fraud and relentless
ly exposed hy a girl who appeurod to
be utterly unconscious of his blandish
ments. And the worst of it was, tho
rest had to take it up. It would never
do to side against Chatty. That would
be showing the preference they all felt
"Sit down, Ilillhousc," added Chatty
kindly. "We will forgive you this
time, but In the future you must under
stand that wo Kurioiinly object to bo
kissed under false nrutoime."
I ho supper was 11 great success, but
a damper had fallen on tho spirits of
tho party. None uf thu mirth ami jol
lity that clmracleri,0 a Now England
husking bee found their way bacK to
tho squire's house that night, ami when
the parly broke up, g,M io's wero
whispered, instead of shouted as usual.
"Miss Chatty, may I 0(tcort you
homo?" asked Mr. Uouno, a$ Chatty
turned away from Mitty.
"Certaiulv, ilillhoiise," repliod Chat
ty, with a pleasant smile.
Aud the question and tho answer wet
three pillow shams through with bitter
tears of disappointment that night.
"It was only a joke, Chatty," said
Ilillhoiise, as ho took her arm lu his.
"I hope you won't treasuro it against
"It was mean all the same, Hill
house," replied Chatty, gravely. "If
you are going to commence life by per
petrating frauds on your friends iu so
ciety, what do you expect to do when
you' get into business? lie careful, my
boy. As you begin so you will end,
only worse," aud Chatty took tho sting
out of her reproof with a bright little
"It looks as though I were always
going to need you with mo to keep mo
straight," ho said in a low aud tender
Chatty dropped his arm with a start
"Oli, Ilillhoiise, I didn't mean
"Hut I did," ho answered gravely.
"And I mean it still. I do need you,
Chatty; will you be my wife?"
"True, did you ever hear anything
like it? Chatty told Mitty this 'morn
ing that she and llillhouso were to lie
married iu a year, and sho actually cx
peeis us to be her bridesmaids!"
Hut just then Tatty saw tho look of
agony iu her friend's face that might
have'been the reflection of her own
suffering, so intense it seemed.
Never mind, True," sho continued
softly. "There are retl ears in the
cornlields yet, and some one will find
them for v'oti and for me."
Tli MirrieJ Fart.
Xow is the winter of her discontent
made glorious summer to the married
Conjugal jars are forgotten, marital
misery is banished, household woes are
hushed. In fact, connubial cares gen
erally are put away in camphor, so to
speak, to be resurrected, unfortunately,
fresh as ever in iho fail. "
Though, likedoath, she has all seasons
for her own, the married llirt has seized
upon the healed term as her special and
peculiar opportunity. As an army of
banners, ne goes forth conquering and
to conquer. While her undulating laces
aud cool muslins modestly invite, her
feathers and furbelows wai't a warning
and her ribbons rustle defiance. She is
a coquette armed cap-a-pie.
1 nt there are coquettes and coquettes,
and the married flirt is not to be mis
taken for the single specimen of tne
sane1 species. Trom the tops of h r ab
normal. y long gloves to the tips of her
preternaturailv short slippers sue is
sul-gohoris. Even such light things as
the heedless wave of a hand, the freak
ish f ill of a fan show her for what . e
is. Tiie gid ly cirl reeoirnics her with
envy and align vi, tiie chimy dowager
vtith discreet detestation. Tedh moiieT
and daughter know her and fear her.
She has marred many a match, destroy
ed many an air-castle, ruined many a sea
son. If genuine cursing not loud but doen.
could kill she would have been dead
oug ago. I ut she is perennial. She
pervades all places and spoils all plans.
She gets a new .est from the disapoint
lii'.'iit of others, and, like (he vampire.
feeds Upon the heart blood of iUirg
hope--. No summer resort is wifiout
her. From the hole! of high degree to
tne meek and lowly camp-meeting she
i.s omnipresent. The trail of the serpent
is over them all.
Tho married llirt is not only multi
tudinous, but multifarious. Sim is of
ill ag.s and degree-, of all cla-es and
conditions. One j.-a-on she is languid
an I b.ngui-Vn :. :t. other she is i;it and
an ! again she is !l:gi:ly and frivolous.
Y'-u .ike her li'tio and lymphatic, mid
are s:irpr;-ei to I he o r better brtsn
Itl.d si,i'',Vel;ish, (J.,,, day slie is -,,,' i:K-
ing and sk'utish, tiie next .-lie ii nuda-cio-.s
and impudent. She takes her
cue trom Cleopatra: Age cannot wilier
nor custom stale her infinite variety."
S e is absolutely apos'oiic; sho i ail
tiin.stoall 11) !!. Mid, although lie'
danger signals are ar.vays out, iio linds
a 1 o! everv t iliiu she lakes the trouble
to open l.er t-y I S.
And then me whole thing is .-0 easy;
il is a part of the general summer
scheme -no care, no woi ry, no li'ett ng,
but plenty of folly.
It is no wonder the young gill i
distanced. There is no rl.sk, 110 danger
of falling. Iii'eaoh-of-proini.si suit s are
r,s foreign to l:;e married flirt's thoughts
us genuine sentiment. Sue is fascinat
ing but yon e.ihiioi call her false, Site
is evidently lliti d to conjugate loye in
ail its moods ami ten-e-; but the seii-e
of safety lll'l'.e, her cruel.
'I in In r le i ii' l under her ( l lo,
Mie 1 c- 11 y in.,' iii..n'.- In ,0 t williin.
ju-: as remorselessly ns though she
meant lo marry him.
T s ; ibly. however, It is a waste of
fee. ing lo' think of ihe other side, I r ti
paities probably enjoy tne little pretense
of sent iiK-nl till the more from tin- very
impossibility of its bringing tin in to the
altar. At all events Ihe tiling is likely
to last. A woman should inner bo too
old to try to please, ;Uid all woman love
to he loved. It is more I kely tnal thu
sou! survivor, Maoaulay's New Zeal
under on London bridge," will not only
be a female, but a married llirt.
A S z tabij Town.
Chicago covers an area of nearly
thirty-six square miles, or llg.iiDd acres.
There are 7'j acres in public parks;
1370 acres in iH! -j -er, its branches, the
slips and the Illinois and Michigan ca
nal. Ti e streets of the city measure
Ml miles, are known bv Ou7 names,
and cover .V.'on acres. About I.Vf miles
of the streets are paved (principally
with wooden blocks). There are Ton"
miles of sidewalks, miles of public
sewers and l.v.ij miles of water pipes
(mains). 'I here are about, Iweiity-uine
miles of river frontage (counting both
sides), and twelve miles of slips ami
basins, making forly-one miles of water
frontage in the Inner harbor. There
are thirty-two bridge In ihe city, that
cost an average of about. i""-.',),(K)i) each,
and eighteen viaducts, ranging lu cost
from frii M)i.H) to i.ouo ,.neh.
"A preparatory school for boys" In
Conned, cut Is called "The (iiin'tiery."
If the desi.'iijs o prep'irn boys for 'iho
life lieyon I "The'loy Tisioi-ry" would
be a more appropriate name, 'and hud
more favor with the juveniles.
PuiLllJicV mb cm 6 I
Rheumatism, Nenralfia, Sciatica,
Lunibayo. H.iuachc, Hcelliu, Toothache,
Nor Tlironl. niilluui. Sttriilnit, ItrulM-tt,
tin ii. SeuOI.. I ri.t ItlK't,
M Al l. Ill lltli llllllll.t I IISS OH AIIOS.
Soil bj UrilttHU Mil I i 1, , , l..-i... iU)' Uui bit tic
Oil .1, ll. .
Tin: to 111. is . mo. 1 1 1 if .
Uliw,!!- io A 0.1,1 1 1.1, a .'i , Uj,iii,.r,. Ji.., t'.K. 4
I I IRni.Aed
Yimns' Men, MlddTa
Men. unit all lltt
I I rill io snn.T Irom arl
Lm La I U t'l'list nitienii will lim)
... All.ii'i!iin Knodtlia
moBt poworful InviKornnt ever Introduced;
once r.mlort' d by it tlieni In nn riilmnw. Trt
it; it dbvit finis. (I; 6 for .-At DrtiK-
r ,. r """1 aiicu I'liannac)',
Aven a 0,
I I L Kt' hi" If ua
I I rll "ro tvitkonsd daws
LLLIl 11 Oirougli monlili-stiuh.iirbyi'Arlyindift-creliuns,
Allen's lrin t'ikkI ill -iernia-niMitly
re-lurn all lost vigor, und Htrentitlisn
ail lli musolt'iiiif llimn ami lledy. f .6for
f5. At lTiik'tntB, or by mail lrum Allcn'a
Of ttiu tnanr wmn.
diea belortt tbft publio
I r rviiua Debility
flrid weaknosBo! erva
tenerntive hi' at em.
thorn In conn POjal t') Allen's Brain fowl,
tvhi.'li tiroiitpt!y ami iennaiienily reatori
nil io-t viK-.r; it to-ver fn.il. fli'kir.Afor
V At Li..kV:-t. ur 1) mall Iroui Allon'a
i'iinrn,a-fc n. M M M
uit'.' "i, ur I ) luau iroui Aiion
Fir 'frn yoara Allanl!
hiaoi Ko.n1 Laa atuod
tun hmh( len aa
to ca miirtta in curing
Debility, and tommig lost -Kwera to tba
ttt-aioried iM'tier-cive SnO'in, and. in nil
instance, ha-n 1 ver fdil" J; ten It. f l:dfor
-At Ur urio-tt, .r by toail from Alleua
ir .kvi-ts i.r by loan from Alleua
ty. ii I-
Mf-n una In eorpor
ano.'' "A sound uund
In a sound botiy'1 In tba
trfiilo inailt tf Alien
lJ.t a m 1 .jkL and wa aa-
auro our rondors tbnt. if d)-ntiried with
Mtlicr vn'ukucstof ltiain or liudily jmura,
tbia lerruly viil t'rn, anonliy atronirtbi'B
Loth, f I. Al DruxKini". or by mail lrum
A 1 1 p n f
Ave 11 n e
Jf f-rwianaan, N'arroai
.noll1 Sli'K-k. Sit VI
t'ls IJariL'n. I'nistratiun.
ni l ail d I a aa a (if
crrs tionomlvo Di.-aim.
arn ail tierma
y Alien'" llrain
I u'", O e (trut Lot inn. al nouody. ! I'krf.,
fi.r ?i-.ll. Or'.iL'.''i.iM. fir bv mail from
A I I 0 11 r I
ry, Xi 1!
X 1.-1. ii 11 r.
AH'n'a Praln Food
Loia meal aitracl
e'ri'tiKtliona t lt Hi tin
B-id inmilively otir-l
'f)i!nria, HfRnachf, unnatural Iowa, and
All 'tealnicioiof lie tie ran m Synli'in: it ni'vi-r
T ' rM t " "r C 1 ,'' Hi"'".
ill (r-Jin Allen's I'li&rmftcy, 3lft I'.rnt
T)w ano, rrnrxTnltyani
I'iis-ioU br 1 11 it Man
kind niiinbi'rliaa ail-
criia, foremost amutiit
Norvoiis I H'bililv mid unnatiirnl wnaknt-aa
ft Io n. ricini Ornuns; Allen a llrain fil
nuer, ,-!,,, ., 10. 1. ..in,. the-11 troublea anil
-lull'.'tert'j limlurnierviKor. I.
I al H ll". to
I 11 A llun't
11 -jr. 3i l"
litiiiuo, .etw ) not
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(ililu I! Ivf r
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" lh luirtc We il..
1 :i(ii.m. ti p. 111.
r. i. in, 11 ji. m,
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11 p. in. 11 p, 111.
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r, , in. Ilitn inn
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cut ,V Mini.
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Hutiiliiva in. il
. 1111111 hum, . . .11 11. 111 in le:;io am
lirNoTK -1 ion
will Im tiil'illnlii'il lrum
1 1 im' tu ilniu in city 1
itieri", liiitn'i' tour I'urila
VM. M. Mfltl'IIV. I .M.
It. U. TI.MI: CVHl) AT t'AIItO.
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Tr. nrt licimrt .
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t Viriini IJii'i 11 in.
(!. Kl'i N. O. II.
t Villi IttllM Kill.
KXircB II -in K.m.
A e '(.III ii;:r 11. in.
II. (.Ii l ksol) route).
It Mini 4::mi.m,
K'lui'ini . ... 10 :llo a. tn ,
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A com 1'J :o,) ii.in,
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I' X. t. Mull. .:ln i tn.
Att inn join
HT, 1.. ft
I. M. II, II.
I (KxproK K;:(l i.iu.
ti V. II, It.
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Are, en ,, ,,,0"ill 11. tn,
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4:01 1', im,
t..,tn..i :-iri it.iii,
HH 1 ir I II III
Lilllllll I UWU
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I Mull UllUh.lu,
Mull riifiiit in,
Dully t'ci'it Suuilii)',
hu irt.u ..i 11 . V " " "caiieaitoy tlio
itTlH tl l r"!"1""'1"' b!"' " tu Itours of in
0 clink lu t he fnrcuooti and 5 o'cltick In tint afttir
uoonof nsi.ldv,attliB latu ient,imcu f ',,,..
Sioit.'nhurK, aliit. IVt.tr Htolm.i,, .lei" a-ed, I , tl.S
ci v ort:lro. tainiily of AI.tx.tit.lor and Bt,ti ,,! 1 III
uoIh, tho iieramiHl property ol aalil lu imIoiii, coii-
Hllnif of J wt-oiia, 4 luill.'H, 1 cart, Ixmihum und
Hit-UH, li whrHllmrrowa, 1 urliidntnm., a fIiiivhIh i
'ft lot -hUtul. B ai,J innilitT, I i? ta
row 4 lire. nor. Hot r.-tlc-.ii.K win., I t Imr.ieHH,
1 ..11 li' ".HBh' 1 l,,t 'fiiikH, 1 pump and iiip.,.,
old auiyu, J chair, I lot ulaaa., 1 mild
win i.m". 1 iru. """. m.a oihw artklu
w ' '"- t public aalil.
,lo lari . u. I-K:-iireliM,.-i I.i l.'.a ,l,u llvu
over, on a credit of al 1 moiiliit, the purcliiiner L'lv
iliK lio:e, with approv, i n.rurily h
11 . ir. ,AIJ?m'''" sHWUHoiia. Admliilhtrator.
Vnliru la Vi-nt.w i..... ...... ... .
Hhttti of Illinois,
) In thu Alexander County
J-ps-Urcult Court, l'tLurarv
I 'lur in A. I). 1nv.
I ii Chanrnrv Kim,,.,
Ellen Canipliell, cuniplaiijaiii,
IbiKhy Campbell, dtifi'iidaut.
( Hill lit Chancery for Illume
I he above named definitluiit Ik hereiiy nut I tied
that mud com p'aiiiant, en the hub d,.y of July
tiled In caid tonrt a cerbnn hill in fhaiicerr
lordivorie airitinal you, and tbat uliiin miniin.ini)
hua IrKiicd thiireon ru iirnahlu on tti llr-t duv of
the next lerrn of raid court, to l,u ,i,, n ttt 'i..,
court htiUKti lu Cairo, on thu second Monday of
Kebruury next J 1
Cairo,' ill , Sept. SJ7tti. A . I). Iss).
Mul key 4 Leek, t'oiiipfaiiium's'Lhchi'io.' "Wtk'
m r ru a laid sonm,
SUBSTITUTE Foil I.IKK IN'SL'U
WIDOWS' & OI.HIANS'
.Mutual Aid JSociktv
OrpanizeilJulv Utb, 177, 1 mler the i.Hw- 0
the StatiMtf Illinois. Cotivrii,d,t..l ,lui
tf, 187, tinier Actot Ciiiiefrt.(iS-
J AS. S. MetlAHKV r ,,
.. 1.. ii"iu.',-i.ij .1 11
I ' a :.r'.";.';; Vice l'res,et
i'n 1 j .1 fj T..
W.1I. MAkliAS I -r-.M.r,r
J. S. I'l'.TIUi: f Meuira: A-lvi-e,,
TllliMAS I.KWIS v,.,., .,
Kl). II. WHITE A.-l,t.;,VN'e..'ii,
h. X U f lVKCOMMlTl'llK.
Win K. PITCH KlI. I..S.TI!iHS
W. (.'. JOl KhV N, K VINCKM
WII.I. T. HE DHL' UN .
UOAHU (JJ. MA.NACKlis';
J. A. liuldrt'iie. oldoliUUne A H"eliHni r. viho.e.
aale atid r. t'lil drv ifooil.etr.; ,JS. s Mi-i.a'n-v
luiniiwr dealer; W.u. K. l'iu.ljer. ie n, n.-.n'i ';
Albert Lewia, dealer in Hour ami criui.: 1.. s'
Tliotnaii, bricklayer; Mo-en I'hhiipr, r r '.,r
atid builder; II A Cliumbley, ejr.M-.-r; lie-.
I. evtiH, aei ri'tary and aUiirto-ni !u ; ' ,V
Mareaii, ll'iu'epatlitc t'liyriri sii M , , j. r. of
tsar der A tsou. ;rocerii; I:, II Ilair l. ur .: r.
vinor; Kd II. White, asVt er. W. i o, i a '
ciety ; .1. W. Spier, lumber and .w-ii i'i; r . I.,
liernion. barber: K. II. Dii-trah. ci. r' W.. st I..
AP.H.H.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor; J.i! M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and w iielow !,! -; ,1.
E. P.nullfh. contractor aud builder; Wi.1'1'
burn, of .Vnise A Kedbiirn. rtar tiiar.'ii'ai'tiin r-;
y Vincent, dctler lu ituu; a ol teii, ut: I, a.
I'he'pa. plifttotrnipher; W.C. J.K-elt 1,, d.-i.e-' .
II . I abet, mfif. Jeweler; .1. II. Knid'uaon. J. I' Ki 1
notary public; J. ,H I'.ir'f. put atcian ; II. W.
Ilortwb K, tiis'iraii. e aent : K. j-.. .larbo.-. .'or. ::i ui
ht (Jbk inaitis. aud E K. Wlbndii.'. I'linb-r v. I
aiiw-mlll, of Cairo; II, I.elk'btim. cn-ii ,: N .
ILtiik, mi 11 art. Iowa; Hev. K. A . Wuk- ru.i. I'.-to.-burk.',
liy.; J.W. Tarry, phvlu:an.Ka:toi.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
f'i . v - EV afi'l M ai-.-tic A r i it
r r K J .n .til l 1 1 rii-ui- h" ft
M--''y:,: 1r.nir.-1"r .S - . .... I uhll.
l7llV'fi iiv. 1 h'i.i.i. i.".-ttii(ltifn
ft lir'.in, I ..' k. Kul-
n, l.nr, ui1 htoniftrCb
1 ..mi-Umttt. nn 1 utu.nl.ii-t-
full.. hUMKIi i - '1
II p. liirn-M fitft fa
v--y Jiiit irn-
1 ' t iVf-tl . und ffi
A f r 'Milfoil bhuJ nit
1 ntlii'm, its Iht-y
I ri( otitjniK'-Qi
1 iu-l(14, vuyMru 09
.w-rt'na iit-r iriiii"
I t an tn tt'im fit
ffr-t nly iKitlrir
h-'Im to MMrtf.r.
to un ttt liH-dilfr"
ctit tt-iMt'd f nil
In of iK'Ortdt. i 11 fur MEN ONLY itt onr rnch
tll iMilt Ol ftlWMteH, fin ftM Hi t llll'-t I tll'OQ fTVOtlll
MuiMMilftf, und l'iirni'ir OhImp-, i''lily r-ntorinil
thu vlttlKy tthit'h ! Kfwlririi ilroin i ftnm tlitnv
tm hy ii'mmh nr Imil-i rHtlunn, th y ihtm tn m mittiral
wjr ovMrmm Vm wi-akoi'iin without rlrnii:lti tho r-tftrn
nch. Thujr will rur i'v(ry Un:l Mnirturtil l-
tiHQrtrrtttop, nml urn .ri"trM t' furnish tb nioit
r-mi'hiiilc arjtl iixiluti r-"""' fupimrt our c1hIiii
llhtNf riMi l'Mmi'iili.-t Krof ,nr -nt fw.ilil l"rio I'Ortiwtfe,
C:ciulU'.:tD AMt.:iCfN Cl-VANIC CO.
Tr A Imtbd f 312 N. Oth 8... St, Loul8.IV!
l(v Many MIlos l'o You Drive?
ODOM ETE II
Thla tnatrumeut l no larner than a watch. It
tell thu exact liumher of mllea driven tu thu
1 l'itn part "of a mile ; count up to l,'i mlli'j
water and ilunt tli;"lit; alwuys in order ; nve
lioraea Ironi IhiIiik over-driven ; In tmnllv nlln.:lieij
To Hi 0 whet.1 of a Hiikk.v, Carrlnuu, Milky, WiiK.in,
Konil Carl, Hulky Pliiwi' Heaper, Mower, ur oilier
vi'lilcle, Invaluitlilii In Mvarynmn. Plfiiiirti
Hrlvera, rhyl:lnn", FuninTa, Hurveyora, lruy
men, Kxpruaaiiiull, Staitn Ownera, Ac, 'rl'''".."J!!y
yfi lHenrli, oti.t-tlilr.l II111 prim of any otliejdom
nKir, When orilerliitf Iyi' dlameler of the wheel.
Kent, by mall 011 recDlpT.if prim, ponl ;b .1 . .
Ad.lro-a SicllON NKUOIX iM KlTcirt'O..
'i Mortti Lt riant) 01., t,innm
ar-Hiitiil for Tireiilur. OH-Hin.
, ..' Pntrlit
...... 1.1...1. fl I 1,. Ttr Plelt'f'a Plttebt
ItlllHlintl'OrniTi'ijr 1 nr.-.. 't -",-, ,, , I.,,
Ma.tiii.tlo Kl it. loTrinw.. , I"''"" . " i'Vi,.?iV. 1.
lwn r..o Mry.o.i 1 y B-.i 11 in" i'. "' '","" '. ,,1 r,n.
and Ilia only on. tlia will l',nUr, ' e K.. ."le .'.I.
ni F mint iiiuiiiii. t'vnr -.v- e nr
l(..ii'l what Ur. J.. Hlmma, of New 1 '
nowm-d Mixl..nnii..l. wiltea Ai.B,.. . , '.
and cnmi . r. nnir M,wu;tle ' " "
'rylerniHi.-.i , f" " '''v ,?1' 1 "a
mn n Mratful ;J imumJ.1a'btio 'J'KtJrltl CO.,
Idrtaia V AONKIH) int. Ht.I .oul Al.
ABM lu (VliQ
Ad UioM.lin ftiiitt IrnllaerrtloM., nrr-' nr aihar eamn 1
Ml, 0lin"ri"l, lew li.ltl.isi, pnyiirai.T ....ji . -ie. ..wow
CrrWm IllVa tliMlea irnt"'ilr. Jn wrtflaly anfl Mrrna.
ulltirarel, liliu.ii aimitarh miHllrlii; Kieinmi"! ti;'!"'".
Malawra ami llir pnvt. V'if'ft.iL''il,' 'KV T11S"-
gMlM urif ofcTiln rfiritn tuTull and mis
W 1 a ai ..... I a a.fttu'1 last. t1aii I . Iiliiuatkl. m aa
1 , i;iHHll' Mi'M w.f. iiii-si. ia MV-a
TOM tUSSUUlf C9m W. UU 84, ltk
nrj - GT Q no
Z2 O cs r