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a i:oi or ikon.
If it had nil boon for Hhiflkin's dop;
UliiUkin's d.-itii; hti-r, this story
woiiM ni-vcr have In-en written. UiiitV
k:i;s lnvt'il his ilojj enthusiastically; lio
luvcd his JauhtiT moiloraU'ly.
IJIufl'kins w.is what is usually dosi-nat'-d
as "a toiili case." There was
nutiiin.' ?"(:. r winninjr, or childlike
iibout li.ullkin. Ho was not of lofty
slaliitv, but like the "holy city of Je
rusalem, he was compactly built togeth
er." Nobody cxvt contradicted Muffkins
tiny didn't dream of such a thing. You
lllull'kins dwelt in an old tumble
dewn house on the outskirts of a New
was rich, though
wasn't his stvVe.
idn't look it- it
II. raiment was exceedingly shabby;
l is hair was like a Liifl'.ilu-rolii? that
had braved the "battle and the
Imzo," slinky and careworn. His
tne was crimson as a summer sunset,
while !;is voice scared children, and
made bl,; people w ish that they were
tafe home ia oed.
lilufTsins a the last man to Lare
a pretty daughter, ti.t he had one, all
the same. Her name was Bertha, and
she wss the admiration of a whole
tribe of voting met; vlo dwelt in the
region round sbi.". lV.v.iTkit's.
Not that they ever dared to say so
no, indeed; It wculd Lave been as
much as their live- wi re worth to do
mere than raise tl.t ir (yes to her fair
younp: face as she on u-red the sacred
portals of the village church, which,
she attended alone, f-..r B.t.fTkins was
not a church-goinp; man 1 v a great
As to coining within the jurisdiction
of l'duffkins's stick tnd Dlafi'Litis's dog,
they wouid rot do that if the Lord
spared them their sober senses.
So Bertha wasted her sweetness on
the desert air, t.ni was bullied and hec
tored from morning till nijrht, not only
K the dog and B.utl'tins, 'but also by
Biuilkins's right-hand man Hodges
by name a seaman ho Lad, in the
(1 ust v annals of the past. lusvnrd from
the English nt'.vy.
Humor wi're current tltrough the
village tliat if ev.-r liie British Navy
laid haiids (,n Hedges, he would be
hunted, and b:andv!, and played the
ineKeiis w in generally: lur lie hael m
sulted th's ltri'.it-U Him by walking off
so ttiiceremnn'Kiuxlv, and the Biitish
lion's ti'vengi! would be a terrible one.
He y:;s m:. do on the same model as
a huniuiiitir-iop wa Hodges, and his
lace 1 Hik'-d lik" the hi we of cheese
known as the l'..tchmau'a Jiead, it that
cheese had been ieft around till it had
been gnawed by the rats.
Ho was not fresh, or elegant or
tempting no way you could fix Jiim.
If you dressed him in ancient armor,
he would 1)0 the same old sixpence;
and if you put a black velvet doublet
slushed with old-gold on him, he would
not look a lilt better.
As a tiling of beauty, Ho lees was a
dead fail tire.
'When the d'.g, whose nunie was Box
er, and Bleil'ins himself, got tired of
bullying B-rtLa, li-Hges 'chipped in
and bullied her himself.
She had a handmaid of Hi m ruian ex
traction, and if it had not been for
BidJy, B rthi would certainly havo
given up the ghost.
Biddy was a highly original speci
men, red haired ami buxom, full of
wit, and given to scathing repartee.
.She quarreled with Hodges on an av
eragc seventeen times a day,' and always
came o.T victorious, leaving Hodges
worn and dismantled by the fray.
"Bad luck to your sowl, you worthless
desertin' thief of the world! it's little
I'd trouble myself with you only for
your impudence to Miss Bertha, the
ewato erature! Sure anybody else would
glorify the saints to havo such a daugh
ter only an owld dirtv miser like your
beautiful masther. the devil a cent
does he give her to dress herself like
other ladies, and him rowling in riches,
ilay the devil sweep him!''
This was tho style of conversation
that went on between Biddy and
Hodges, which was duly reported by
that faithful henchman to his august
Bluffkins, when he
tho girl, would formally disband her
from his service amid a trrcat flow nf
scriptural language, which action on
lus part produced not tho slightest of.
feet on Biddy, who continued on in
the same even tenor of her way, re
marking to her young mistress:
"Arrah, why should I annoy meself
wid mem crazy devils.1 Suro they
ougnt to no excommunicateit wid
candle and a bell. The horrible owld
haythens! Never a foot do they put
in a cnuren, or uo anything that s ua
cent (Jli. sure its a niio-htv hot
corner that's getting ready for the pair
"Hush, Biddy! You must not speak
in that way of my father. Ho would
not bo go dUa-veeablo if it were not
for that horrid brandy and Hodges.
I think I remember that he was onco
very different. O.i dear, how unhappy
I am! I wish it was not a sin to i.rav
for death!" 1 3
"Death, Is it, MUs Bertha, nic jewel!
Suro its weddings, not wakes, your
sweet mind should be running on, only
for them worthless wretches down
stairs. Oh, they are tho useless devils
God help them!''
liertlia'a lifo had flowed on like a
turbulent stream till sho reached her
eighteenth year, in spite of the blows
and buffets of an outrageous fortune.
She was a very pretty and interest
ing girl. She had but few friends, but
those sho had loved and pitied her sin
cerely. Among those friends was a Mrs.
Morgan, a young widow lady. Jjho
felt a strong sympathy for tho moth
erless and worse than fatherless girl.
As often as Bertha could niako her
cscapo, sho was with tho w idow, who
always received her with tho utmost
kindness. Bertha. did not dare to in
vito her frioml to return thoso vis
its, for Bluffkins had ruthlessly forbid
den her to havo any callers.
One, day, during tho leafy month of
luno, Bertha ran over to the pretty
white cottago occupied by her friend.
Sho found tho widow at homo en
gaged in conversation with a tall,
handsome man, whom sho introduced
is "My brother, Captain Humphreys."
Bertha felt shy aud awkward, for
iho had never been in company with a
tine-looking young man before, and
tho stranger kept his largo blue eyes
'ixed on her faco with an unmistakable
?xpression of admiration that was very
When Bertha rose to go, tho captain
ook up his hat, aud remarked to k
"I need a stroll, Tilly; 1 will escort
Miss Bluffkins home."
Men are stupid creatures, it is useless
to deny it, or George Humphreys must
have seen the winks and blinks his sis
tor so freely bestowed upon him he
did not see them, and he marched out
of the house followed by a largo liver
Bertha's heart fluttered like a newly
caught bird between happiness and ap
prehension. George Humphreys and Bertha did
not fall in love like other people; they
tumbled into it, a perfect abyss of love
head over hoe,
Before thev reach
ed the door of Uaiflkins's castle, George
came very near asking Bertha to bo
his wife; and if he had done so she
would have said "Yes," there is not the
slightest doubt aoout it.
When they drew near they espied
Bluffkins sitting on the front steps
watching Hodges watering the flowers,
for Biuflkins was very proud of his gar
den, and he was not above superintend
ing Hodge's operations therein.
He had a large dutch pipe in bis
month, and when he saw h,s ii:ui-ii;. r
approaching with a young m.:i. he
took it out to give room fr t.;e fvr-
llow of oaths that instantly rns
Bertha could tot hear the !', - wiry
language of h'-r ancestor, tut i;e
guessed pretty well what stylo of
versation would creel her a s.o;i as
the stranger had taken LU departure.
"Papa,'' she said in a sL.v.v Voice,
"this is Captain H.mi hrev.-, M
"-Good-day, sir," crowled BlufiV.r.,
looking like the picture i;?ed to ii.us
trate "Jack and the Boar.stu.-k," te
pictures of the giant.
"(tood-dav, sir. Very prcuv ari-.-n
y0U " ' ...
What else he was going to say lo
one will ever know, for ut that mo
ment an ominous growl was heard, and
Biuflkin's dog tumbled down the front
steps on "hospitable thoughts inttnt."
and grasped the captain's dog by the
1'or a short lime tin- whole a'.moc
phere was full ol yelps, oaths, and water-cans,
hurled at the contending pur
ties, but it was no use. B.uffr.ln's dog
was one of the John Bull species, and
when he once took bold, did not know
how to let go; but the captain's dog
was a Cuban bloodhound, with a ter
rible depth of jaw, nnd he had BlufJ
kin's dog by the throat, and in spite
of buckets of water thrown over them,
tiioy did not relax their grip till Boxer
passed to that "bourne from whence no
Then v"ti ourht to have heard Blu'l-
kin.-! It was well worth while he
vied with Hodges, who burst into a tor
rent of adjuration. They viewed th'j
dead body of their priceless favorite
aud danced a war-dance around his
mangled remains they stopped the
clocks in the neighborhood by the force
and beauty of their allusions to events
past and present. Two maiden sisters
of uncertain age went and notified their
landlord that they wouid move out
next May, and crowds of small bovs
assembled around the gate waiting for
the murder to take place.
1 lie captain took H rather coolly, ho
expressed his sorrow, but nobody
heard it. Bertha fled the scene, lock
ed herself in her chamber, and stuffed
her ears with cotton. Biddy ran out
and began to express unlimited satis
faction over the death of tho canine fa
vorite, but tho untimely joy was cut
short bv a box on the ear, administer
ed by Hodges, which nearly knocked
her brains out.
This assault and battery was prompt
ly followed up by Hodges receiving a
pair of elegant black eyes from the
J ho little bovs spirits roso, and they
cheered vociferously, and clung to tho
palings in raptures of anticipation.
"I suppose it is no use to remain
here, " said tho captain, striking a
match on tho porch and lighting his ci
gar. "I may as well tako my depar
ture for tho present till tho old man
has a lucid interval. I 11 call tomor
row nnd offer to get a decent dog for
him to swear nnd eurse. fiver; if li tnnk
such stock in that mangy cur, ho would
fall down and worship any respectable
So saying tho captain walked off. fol
lowed by his victorious dog, which was
eyed with admiration by the small
boys, who felt disposed to offer testi
monial to the cause of Boxer's demise,
for tho laudable attempts to "hook old
Blull'kin's apples had always been
frustrated by his obtrusive presence.
Many a little boy in that village had
gone without a seat to his pants for
the entire summer, and Boxer was
popularly supposed to havo a largo ami
varied assortment of thoso portions of
tho village wardrobe hid away under
his kennel in the same hole whoro he
buried his bones.
Bertha had an interview with her
father that afternoon, during which ho
forbado her, undor penalty of death, to
ever go outside tho garden-gato ngain
as long as sho lived.
She wept and sobbed in vain. Bluff
kins was inexorable.
Ten days passed and poor Bertha
lingered and languished. Melancholy
was beginning to give way to despair,
when one day Biddy brought her n let
ter. It was from Mrs. Morgan, and
l.nin1." J'K'nUA.-l nm very Ill-have
I'Pen HttuckiHl with hcinnrrlinircnf Ihfthinn.
J know your fHiher litm lrlil.lfn von to
come to inc. but 1 think vou .c luMlllea in
0A1UO BULLETIN: THUliSDAY MORNINU MAY
ltfolieyI(iit Idm juBt tills orrp.Ynnrs Irulr,
"I.ILV MOKG AN.
That night, when all was still, Ber
tha crept out of tho house with her
heart in her mouth and Hew to tho
house of her friend.
Mrs. Morgan was very ill ami terri
bly weak, but sho smilod on her friend,
ninl told her how her brother was
nearly wild because ho could not see
"He called on your father, but he in
sulted him and forbade him tho house.
How fearfully unreasonable ho is! Poor
Bertha! poor child!"
As the night wore on, Mrs, Morgan
grew weaker, and fears wero enter
tained that sho would pass away be
Captain Humphreys sat by his sister's
side and held her hand, and Bertha
sat on tho other side of tho bed fanning
Suddenly sho opened her eyes and
"George, you lovo Bertha, do you
"Yes, indeed I do!" ho replied very
"And you, Bertha?"
"Yes,'-' whispered tho girl, timidly,
scarlet blushes dying her face,
"Will you marry him to-morrow.
Bertha, and then you can remain with
me? Thero can be no objection to tho
match, only your poor father's unhappy
temper. Say yes, Bertha,"
Bertha stooped and kissed her friend
affectionately on the cheek, and that
was sufficient answer.
Tho following day they wero united,
and their lives proved tho truth of the
saying, "Happy is the wooiug that's
not lonj a doing."
Bluffkins refused to be reconciled to
his daughter for a lon time, and they
went out west after Mrs. Morgan re"
coved her health; but by-aud-by Bluff
kin? got old, and his heart softened,
and he wrote to Bertha and blessed her,
and forgave the captain; and so all
Years passed, and one day Bluff kin3
was found asleep in hiss chair; and ho
could not be roused, for it was tho
sleep that 'knows no waking."
His will was found in his "desk, and
he had left all he possessed to his "be
loved daughter, Bertha."
Biddy is still her mistress's "right
hand woman," and Hodges still quar
rels with her, for the captain has taken
him into his service. So ends for tho
present the story of Bluffkins's Dau h-
Fashion Latest Agony.
I KlNCKIi NAILS CAMEOEU, VKICE
-.J AM I I'W'AHD. I
The above curious sign, hanging in
a parlor window of a small house on a
street nr't a hundred miles from the
corner of Broad and Walnut attracted
the attention of a representative yes
terday tfternoon. and ascending the
marble steps he rang the bell. A
small colored boy, clad in a claret-col-ore
1 livery, and tne front of whose
jacket was almost concealed behind
several dozen bras- buttons opened the
"1 want to ?? the f.r.ger-r.all man.
Is l.e in?" f;ue-tior;el the scribe.
"Yes. snh. Step this wy, sah,"and
the sable juvenile led the "way into a
small par. or. in wjeh weie seated two
very pretty young ladle, and a blonde
dude; the former togvther, the latter
off in a corner by himself.
After an interval of rive minutes tho
foiding-door.s of tho rear parlor opened,
and a mode-t-'ookSng voung woman
came out. She handed a small pack
age to the young ladies-, who at onco
went away, and tho blonde dude then
"Aw, .d;ss Jones, I m awfu.Iy sorry.
1 V-1 cawn't come to-morrow mawn-
ng; mii't go to New York, vou know.
Won't Saturday do as well? Same
time, vou know." ,
M ss done.s acquiesced in the change
of time and the blonde dude departed.
"l was attracted by the sign in your
window. May I ask what it means."
asked the reporter.
"Certainly, sir, was the smilinc
reply; it means just what it says finger-nails
cameoed; that is to say, I will
cut a cameo on either of your thumb
nails, portraits, initials, or crest, just
as vou choose lo have it.
"Is that not .something new?"
"It is the verv latest idea from Paris,
and 1 am the only manicure in this
country who can do it. I studied it
for six months there, ami only came
homo aooui two months ago; but 1
don't think Piiilad dphia U up to the
cameo niea yet. 1 have only had
three customers fop th;a sort (,f work.
1 would no doubt do much better over
"It seems to be an expensive luxury."
"Weil, yes, it is so. To cut a good
portrait head on your thumb naand
then finish il properly I would have to
charge but I could do a crest or a
monogram f r sfli) or $;io, or even $:.'"),
as 1 -ay on the sign."
"What sort of des:gns Imvo ytnir
"All portraits. Two wero youn"
men who were engaged, and wanted"
their liancees' portraits done, and tho
other was a young married lady who
had her husband's picture cut." Sho
said it was for his birthday present."
"Were they salislied?''
"Perfectly, sir. Widen stylo do you
think you would prefer ?"
Well, I'll think it over," said the
reporter, and ho left. I k lwtu'ihia
lVlipsed ly a .Monkey.
Perhaps the only time when Toombs
permitted any speaker to havo tho
conclusion on him was when he had a
discussion with Hon. James Gardner,
editor of the Augusta VuiixHtulionulist.
Be tore Toombs made the ngroeiiient
for Gardner to conclude, ho espied an
organ-grinder and his monkey near by.
Ho bargained with him to commence
playing as soon ns he (Toombs) got
through. Gardner arose to reply and
the organ-grinder began. The crowd
commenced to gather around him. Tho
monkey got away and ran up a tree.
Tho Italian put down his organ and
tried to shake the monkey out. Tho
monkey would grab tho tree and slmke
it, too. This scene 'completely attract
ed t ho audience mid provoked tho ut
most hilariiy. Gardner left the plat
form in disgust as being eclipsed by a
moii key. Adtiitui i.'vii.slilutiun.
Sig. Briguoli was tcbing t,0 other
day, that once, while ho was singing
in conceit for a charitable object,r'tho
prima donn.i was suddenly attacked
with singer's sore thm-it, ,ud it l.e
camo necessary that soup! one should
apologi.o to tin! audience. Tho man
ager declared ho was suffering from
nervousness and could not do It, nnd
ho begged Briguoli to make tho ex
planation. Tho tenor, g ing forward,
"Ladies and geiitlenien, I regret to
zay zat Mine. N ee. a leeile horse
Peals of laughter grated this an
nouncement, and tho tenor looked puz
zled, thinking tho audience has misun
derstood him. He advanced onco
more, and with thundering emphasis
"I zay zat Mine. N ,.,.z n lt.(!i0
horse dis evening."
Another roar of laughter, amid
which a voice hi the gallery cried out:
"Then, if she is a horse, why not trot
Then the mi-take was plain to him,
and Briguoli laughed as heartily as
any one. .Wwi rnUl.
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p " CELEBRATED tj
The development of the treatment of f nnrer
with Swll't !Sm . I1c eecii,H ho wonderful, tliat all
o alllicti d rlmii d wr.te us.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
Spnrtanliur, S. C . March II,
I have for 1 1 yearn been a auflerurf rom a running
fore on my face that evei yliody called a I'am kii. i
have iih d oer 91 0 worth uf medlelnn and found
no relief. Ahem four mnnihp bijii I liwieht one
Imttlii ol Sift'n .S;.e. illr from I)r. II. K lleniilati,
and siiii e have hoiiijht the oilie'H, havetakeu It,
and they have lthkii ik found and Weill My face
In in frm: from a ro e an anyliodv . ued my iimltn
In perle . t y ri' tored. I f. el liko furty u-uri) had
liceu lified oil' my tend
Voiirn t iinlifiil'v,
Mr. II K, liuniH, Uope, Ark., Hive, under date of
Jan. lsl: "I have taken the liiilileKof Hwift'a
Spt'cillc for a noro on inv I ctn ! -snl'i to lie a can
c r. I have liven wnadt-rfuily henillntl ar.d will
aoon he a weil man.''
Mr. W. li. Iiolila n, DavSliori, (ia.. wrlie. tin
der date of January 4, lssi: I am ki ttlni? on tlnely
the til' er if iradiially heHlini;. I feel thai Swift
Specillc will cure the horrlhle cmci-r which ft an
been feeiliij on in fur over 1 y a ."
Mr V. II. liilnert. AHmny. ;.,, nam:
"A (ren'li man ijained Mn'rii mar'thlri city hud
an t-atiiiKcaii'-er on his I ire, whii h hail eut 'ii aay
hia ne ai d hm uilderlip. ami had extended up
until it Lad ne wly reacheil his eye Tne c n.cer
wits lilting Ills t'Uiii" il'iilntd reiwlen ,1 hi, tee'h o
louse tlm he tl,om;hi ihey nilelit ut auv lime drop
out. He hu been lakltit' Snr'i Spki in' a'eni
three in hthn, and Pa ill'eet hai li en wonderful.
It ban nriveii the po.no , fr. in his pv-kI.-iii, the i an
cer has leahd i-reatly, his te Hi hav become
ut.-oi caaain.Biid In- llilnks he has U. n re-tii' il
from an awful ile a),. lie Is the u il tnlhiiii ae:
tn.iD I evtraaw."
Our treatise on Blood and Mdn LUean. rnait. d
free to apptlcttutp.
tiik swirr si'itrn-ir ' i.,
Ir..wer '!. AltuiM, da.
New York om. e. l.-i V,'. , r?t , 1,,'tw i en Slith
an. I Seventh Avei.uea
617 St, Charles St. Ssl'. J.OUIS, MO.
A rejnlnr Orndufttfi e, two mi'dlcal
Milieu''', hni been I'ln-.-'-i ei; ifined in the trea'.
lilit et 'lironic. N't-rvot m, Kltin rilil
HUir. I Lil.e:!-, tli.m auv ottier phy.-ii'ian In
hi. I.oult, a 4 el t v pipers show .'ml all . !d renl
denn know, t iinsnltiiil'.n .it oii.ee or bv mall,
trie and Invited. A I'rl.-'idl- l:,ik or hn plnlnti
CeMs neililmr. When 11 Is f-ii'ei.r,-ii!i.nt tovlslt
the eltv for Ireatiiii'iii. in"lielne ran tie sent
hvniallor rxpr.-s, fvrrv l!e. I uratil" cwt
(riuritiiiefd ; where doubt e'st.l' 1 'raukly
elated. Cailor Write.
XiTTOn Prostration, Pr-Miit;, Hpntal and
I'hylcal Wmknus, Mf-rfuilal and ether
t-trrtlonsnf Throit, Skin and Bonfi, I'.lood
Impurltli and Hlond Pulmnlng, Skin Aftec
llon, Old SorM and f'ff t, Impfdlmrntii to
Marriage, Iihcunitlm, Pllrs Sprll at
tentlon to caf from orer-worVed Drain.
SI IK.ICAL f AKii recclrg npn-Ul at ttntlon.
rilscatei arising from Impndenrn Kxcimpa,
Indulgearet or Ciponarct,
It M self-evl'leiit that a t'tivtlrlaii fs.vlnir
p.il '.leiilar atti ntlmi to a clasnf .t'et attain'
ri at kill. anil i'lnlel,ttn In regular praeth-e
all over thi cuntry know Inir tin, fr.-ij iitly
recommend c i-ti to Hie olde-t oUU-e Ir A inert
ca, where every known a ill.tnee I e..orte;
t'i, and the provi.il (rioil remeilii" ;f all
Sites and e.inulri' are u.e.l, A m h"le hue U
li. ' d f'irotti' e purj'O.es. and a'.! are treati"! lth
rkill In a re'.e,.ifui m.-emir; and. know.ni
what to do. no exi'i-rlmeni are niA'le. l,n ac
count of the frreat niiiiiOer a'ivini'. t,m
charne? are keft lijw. oil-n lower than Is ('e
nun'ted li v otheri. If ou cunr the -Id I nd
tieia'l ly and perlei-t Hie eure, thai .ii
Importai't matter. fiutipUU't. S6 pgK S.-ut
to any addrtsu tree.
Klivant cloth and cl It htiniink. Sealed for 50
cent-1 n I'Otn-.'e or rnrreiiey. over liliy w in-d'-rlul
pen pl' liin t. true tolife. aitleles on liie
follow inir sunjeet: Who may marry r lion it:
whvf I'rn'.i raeto m.irrv. Who marry tir-'.
Vahhood, Wotnanhwi'l. I''hvsn-:il dei-ay. W lo
ihonid in.trrv. II. m lite an. 1 hai'i'lne'.i may oe
Itiererw-.l. 1 hose iiiaiTli.d or eontemi lati.ih
Inarrv lt.it h"iiM rend It. Itouk'ht to tie rei I
by all adult 'er'irts. then kept under !ck ail
k'v, l'oj ui :ir edition. ..mie a - aiKive. tint paj ur
cou r and ;vj pages, i cent ny mail, k "uout
CI LI iK iV) rVl l-.
M' 1 f O I I O C IT fill .
It ii a liiirni'i -' vrM tdf yrop,very delirlon. M
tie- t:ife. !:' ii' vi s at "nre arid i-i a i-osiiive cur'.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
an. ct:r"! by tl.is i xeele nt remedy.
Jirt"ttn. in In, lrHi;tir'i :tt no iji"ti y tttnj h'JI'f.
alu m-k-!-:s or Tim rr...on, .Tf-Mnrt
IA r, 11" w. ; mi 1 Ki l'i' -iS; f-.r :.U !:- -i
i':ri.' in niipni in '-lit nt' t!ii- i ! -i'! ;i A r:n n.: . .':. k
11- (if, N i v tii-?i '.'ti,;i!f V, ,"ti:iM -- J.ii'-r
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K i iri' V :'- . thu in- 'lii iin- N n! " lnt' ly 'irr.
'1 hi- int-'lK lii' !" II- t ' '.lt;iin : l' iniliwiftl. nh
fUiU y Vn"t!lM", r.nt"lf tt.f '1 t"ii h:uihy
( iii'titi'.n. r '"j!:tMli;: 4-x h fiij'j.iv HW
i-ii;.it', H!il I it-vriit :in-a-.
Jjirtrtiim. in tni ('nojimyt ti''ni-an j irtj fault.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOn SALE I!Y ALL DKUOClISTd
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCTIIJII,
Special Atrfs. in lliis tjitv.
For Sale lv
C ATTIC) 1 TA.
AIjj10AY B ROT HKRs"
n ai it
FLOUK, iiKALV AXi UA
Egyptian Fiouriii Mills
1i?hKfttCaHlii,rl"e Puirf tor Wheat.
LLENOIS CENTRAL R. R
Slioitest and Quietest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iino llunuiru
0 DAILY TRAIN
Ma kino Direct Connection
I'm ih LiaYf ('mho:
':U u in. Mull,
Arrlvlnfln St. Louis li OOa.m ; Chicago, 8 :lli ji.ir., .
Cminuciinj; al Odin m,i Ktiiuiit.ain for Cinek
nutl. I.ouirViile, I udiua abulia auij n ilnta Kaat
lSJ::jij in. I''iHt St. Louis arid
ArrMrit li St l.otiia :f, p. m., u.nl Coumctltii
for all jioinla West.
p. in. I-'ust KxiircMt.
For Hi. Loitiian! rhirao, arriving al St. Louia
lo:l jji. ui . and Chlia', ', :.n a. m.
.'t 'l.'j i. in Cincinnati IOx ii i hh.
Airivim; at Cincinnati T:i 0 a. m . ; IxmiiiviiU 4:11
a m.; Iiidlanain.!s 4.1 a rn. 1'aa-uLKvrk by
thiii train reai h ti e ah ve point 1 !J to
li'il lis in ttilval.i'e of any other rotlle.
JTT!i a. m. i xurem li is 11' 1.1, MAN
Mih.l'lN'i t'AU from I aim tut lirli.nati, wiiu.
out ehiinKus, and through altciiera tj ht. Lou:
I-i.i.-t Time Kn.-t.
I'lKCIHr'I'lN u,i' ""' K' v""'"i!b '' K"t.
1 u.ni in ttu witlion: anv de.av
aur ed by SuiiiUy intervei.lae. 'I he sinter lay altar
ihi. 11 train frni'i a.ro arrive! fn few Vo'K ,ii.r.'iay
iornvjn l' l'f.y,. 1Ut'.j-x hourfln advanreoi
01 oilier r-.iuie,
IWVut il.rou, h tickets and further information
H'piV ut Illinois Central Kaiiroad Pepot, lf.ro.
J. II. JONKh, 'l iraet Aeot
. II. HANSON. I.iin. I'aK. Aett. I.'blcaco
J. It. TIMK CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CEMItAL I!. K.
Trains dta-t. Train.
tM.il ..-J:.')a.tr. I tMall
Kijires H:j p. m. I Y. t.rt ss .. .
.4: .i a. m.
11 I'n. n,
Jsi Louia Fx Xlw'i m nt. tnt l.ouin Ex
I. f. B. H (SdUthiTD DiViMi
'Mail 4:tia.m tN. U. Ex ..
Kip 'ess In- (il a ui . I t N". ( 1. Kx. . .
t.v:eom 3 15 p.m. I tN. O. Ex ...
ST. I.. & I. M. It. It.
1:10 a. m.
1. :li) a in.
.4 J p.m.
0 4j p.m
'J : 10 p.m
tIW'.sii m: p.lu
w., sr. I.
Mall Ji i iia.m
' A'tmu 4 i") p. m
. I Eii re.s
A V. H. It.
Mall 4 Ex..
'MILK & OH TO It. K.
1 a.m. I Vail.
Daily except S'jpiiay. f IJailv.
TIME I AltU
altl'.IVAL AND DEPAKTUKE OP
1. 1'. It. It (through lock main. S a. m.
" (av mall 1 4 iiop.m.
" (.southern Iliv p. m.
Iron Mountuto It. It J: p.m.
Waharh It. K 10 p. m
Texas A Mt. i,ti n K H.... ? p. m.
h. Louis A (,'t.iro H. It 5 p. m.
OhioKivcr p. m.
3 p. 10
9 p. m.
9 p. m
6 a. 111.
) SI i;n
4 p. m
M:se hlver arrive. Wed ,r-at. Jt Mou
rlenarr. U i-il Kri A- him
P O. aw del. op n from 7::jliam toT::'.l ptn
P.O. bos del. u, in from 6a.m. to Hp m.
CUDila) gee. de;. open trotn....Ha. in. to Id a. m.
SundavB hox del. open from tia.ro. to lo::Jara
ttTSOl K -Chan. will bo published frera
time to tim In city pnpi-rn. Change vour eard. ac
Cordinuly. W.M. M. MO'kJ'HV. I. M
T H K
Jrutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oig-anizcd Dccenibfr, 1083, Under tie
Law of lliM.
Succesnr to Wldo. and Orphan Muinal Aid So
ciety, o.-funlzed July 4th, IH77, under
t Uo lad of lr.
JOHN II. ItOl'.lNSO.N.
tt'M. ST I! AT r X
J. A. (iOLn.STINE...
C. W. liU-MNU
TUO.MAS I.EWI8 ,
IiOAHD OF DIKECT01W foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton.Stratton . Uird, nro:ers, Calm, 111.,
J. A. Ooidstine, ofitoldsilne Jt Ho.enHater, whole
sale and retail dry gondjc. W. Dunning, M. I .;
Pre, lid. Merl Kx., for IVnuioufi ; Albert Lewis,
ciiminiaelou merchant; J. II. Itoliln.on. county
Indue an notary puhllc; Win. P. Pitcher, com.
broker and itnuranco arent; It. H Httl ' cl, city
mreet aupervisor; M. I'll .111 f carpi nter and hnlld
er; 'i human I.cwl, atiornev and necretarv ; K. V.
Plen e, attorney dt-law, IluQuoin III. ; K. C. Pace
cahier of t eutennial lluu. Ashley. III. ; Albert
layden, cahl.-r or Oeor-u Connu ly A Co. . Spring
lie d, I I ; 11. Ml vlunn, atlorncy-at-law, liitl Kaj
oolpn street, Chicago; Hou. Hoht. A Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston. Mo.; K. Lulghton,
canhler i irst National Hank, btiiart. Iowa.
BEFORE V-AND -VAFTFR
Electric AddIImcm art nut aa 30 Davt' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
Wild are nifTerlnif from NtRToni DiRrLiTT,
Lobt Mt.litt. Lira ir Ninva Foaca ia
U'Ji.r, WiTlNOVKtw.iui(lall those dlieue
of a fiaaon.L M.Teaa n-niHn, fporn Aauiu and
UTiiaa tua. Hpwxly relief .nd complete raato
ratmn of Hilth.Viuor and Mlhood Uu.aANTiio.
The urandtwt discovery of the Nineteenth Onturr.
bend at uue for llluatratwl Puiiphlet tre. AddraM