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Til 8 DAILY OAIitO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOISNlNci MAY 29, 1881.
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Tho OKI l'ri liter.
A printer stood at his case ono nlffht,
In hisi flleo dark and drear,
And his weary slcht wns dim ns the light
(if the mody lump liUiitr near;
Tim wintry w bids were howliiiK without,
And tie mow fulling thick mid fust:
Hut the printer, 1 trow, shook It is locks of
And liiu'hod nt tho fhrlekinjr blast;
Ho watched tho lands of tho clock
Keerlnu chip with its snail-like tick.
As he pathi ri d the typo, with a weury
Iu me oia rust-eaten stick.
lis hair was ns white ns tho fulling snow,
And silentlv, day by day.
He beheld them with grief, like the nuturnn
One by one passing away.
Tune hiid cut with his plow furrows deep In
II is check wng fevered and thin,
And his long Unman nose could almost reposo
lt head on his gray-boarded chin;
And iib fingers lung, ns the hours stole on,
Keeping time with the clock's dull tick,
lie gathered the type, with a weary click,
lu hit old rust-cutcu stick.
For many long years, through Joys and
That old printer's tinie-battcred face,
l;o ghoMly and lean, night and morn has been
Earnestly bent o'er his case,
lu a few years more death w ill lock up his
And put it to press in the mold,
And a stone o'er the spot where they lay him
Will tell us his name and how old;
And his comrades will light up his lamp by
And lift to the clock's dull tick.
As they Ect up hisdcnlh, with solemn click.
In bis oid rust-iateu stick.
"I don't believe a word of it!"
Aunt ll'd eei'ii.
The wine-like plow i.f sunset yet illu
mined the rie;it hay window; but tho
rest of the np.-irtnit'iit was already en
shrouded in the gray shadows ot tho
night, iu whose misty indistinctness
the hue chairs of carved oak looked
like pianlic monsters from some for
"I don't believe a word of it!"' re
peated Aui.t K iece:i, uuh more cm
idiasis thau l ef ure. "A ghost story,
"Tell nie r.'boui it, Violet," said
"k is not much of a story," said
Violet, "only years ago, long before
my great grand papa b uilt this house,
tho site was r.ii ono unbroken wood,
and there was a tradition that a beau
tiful girl was uur.lere J by her lover.
Her grave, they said, was beneath the
foundations of the house, but 1 scarce
ly credit this part ot the legend."
"Of course not," interrupted Miss
Ilebecca, with a toss of her false
curia. "I have no iKi'.iu.ce with tho
relics of superstition."
'What are von looking for aunt?
Have you dropped
call fur Harris to
asked Violet, a
anvlhin '? .Shall I
bring a candle?"
coming to her ami'
"Not'iini?, iio'.iiin,1' said Miss Ile
becca, with a buie embarrassment in
l.er voice. "C' n.e don't stay here
any longer in the biting coid, unless
you both want a week's mc li'jinc and
"It is t.ol cold, Aunt lb'beeca,"
picaded Violet, "and the sU.rlight is so
beautiful ou the .-tviej pavement."
Hut a peremptory summons from
Colon'', (b.i.o l..meJ, :k had just
waked from a comfortable nap beside
tlx; glowing lire in the- library to a sort
oi vaue woii'tcr as to "w;.i-re Keocca
and the young people, could possibly
be, !-peei;iy sett.e ! the matter.
X-v.t mind, Vioiet," whispered
Ci.aries II: . -iuoo I; '.y-and-by, when
your father has gone to his room and
Aunt Rebecca is busv with her curl
papers in l.er own special dormitory,
we can Lave a star;:
the ihost s Urnlor .
ioh i gave rum an n:ca g.arice as
she trii'ed idler Aunt Rebecca into the
hall which led to Colonel Oram's bril
"I wish Captain Hazelwood wouldn'
remain out there, said Aunt Kebecea,
arniouslv. "He will catch Lis death
of cold; and, besides"
"Resides what, Aunt Rebecca?''
"Violet,'- said the maiden lady.
wish you would go down and see if tho
housekeeper has prepared that posset
for my sore throat, that's a good girL
I think I shall ;o to bed.
Violet went to execute her aunt's be
hosts. How peacefully the distant hills and
valleys slept in their "snowy mantles
that glorious December night! . It re
minded one of a lovely painting exe
cuted with brushes dipped in liquid
pearl, and shaded with pencils of
glimmering siiver! At least, so they
seemed to Charles Hazlewood. Rut
then Charles Hazel wood was in love.
Tho tall old-fashioned clock in tho
hall was striking twelve, when Aunt
Rebecca emerged from .cr door, tread
ing on tiptoe, and carrying a dim light
in her hand. Now, Aunt Keboecn,
in nodding false curls, laco coifl'uro,
and lH-year-old stylo of dress 'was a
very different sort of personage from
Auut Rebecca, with her head tied up
in a silk handkerchief, her falso curls
laid aside, and a long white dressing
robe enveloping her lank figure; an3
the latter was by no means tho more
prepossessing of tho two. Probably
uoruo such consciousness swept across
tho good spinster's brain, for sho shuf
fled with accelerated rapidity past tho
solemn eyes of the grave old family
portraits on tho wall.
"J am euro I dropped them somo
whero here," eho murmured, pausing
In front of tho bxy-window. "How
Iirovoking! There goes my candle out!
Jut I believe I can find them, however,
tho starlight is so bright. Mercy upon
us! what 'is that! Tho ghost! tho
Aunt Ilebecca fled
tho corridor, her
over her eyes, before which was im
printed tho appalling vision of a tall
liguro sweeping past till in whito, with
a crimson stain at lis pallid throat,
Tho houso was aroused into instantan
eous commotion, lights Hashed into
brightness at tho various doors, and an
eager circle of inquirers surrounded
"It glidod past me liko a gust of
wind!'" she shrieked "all iu whito,
with that dreadful mark of blood upon
its throat! It's a warning I know it's
a warning that I haven't long to live.
Oh. what shall I doP What shall I
"Rut I don't understand what you
ware doing in tho ghost's corridor at
this time of night," interrupted Col.
(Jrme, staring at his sister.
"Well, if you must know," said Miss
Rebecca, with a little hysteric sob, "1
dropped my falso tooth there, just at
dusk, and 1 didn't liko to look for them
thero, with Violet and Captain Hazel
wood standing by; and so and so"
"Oho! that's it, ch?" said Colonel
Ornio, laughing. "Upon my word,
Sister Becky, you are rather over-particular
for a woman 50 years old."
"Only 49, James," interrupted Miss
Rebecca with a shrill accent of indig
nation. "Rut tho ghost?" inquired young
Hazelwood, who had just arrivod on
tho sceno of action, with rather a
Hushed brow and embarrassed air.
Upon which Aunt Rebecca gave way to
tho combined iulluences of her broth
er's unkind remark nnd tho fright of
ghost-seeing, and fairly fainted, with
out further notice. According to tho
usual custom of womankind on such
occasions, Colonel Orme and all tho
other gentlemen were hustled out into
the hall, while tho victim of tho femalo
oflicials was deluged with Kau do Col
ogne, stilled with burnt feathers, and
vigorously treated with hot flannel.
"Sho's coming to, poor dear crea
ture!" was the final verdict hurled at
Colonel Orme through a crack in tho
"Well, I'm glad of it, I'm sure!"
said tho Colonel, dolorously, rubbing
his hands, "for it's cold out hero iu tho
hall. Why, hilloa! is this you, my lit
tlo Violet? What's tho matter? Yvit
haven't seen a ghost, I hope?"
"No, papa, "faltered Violet; "but"
'.Suppose wo threo adjourn into tho
library, Colonel Orme, and I will un
dertake the task of explanation," in
terrupted Charles Hazelwood, while
Violet's cheeks grew liko flame.
"Well, may 1 venture to inquire what
all this means? ' interrogated tho be
wildered Colonel, when tho library
door was safely closed.
"It means, sir," said Charles, laugh
ing, yet a little puzzled how to pro
ceed," "that Violet, your daughter, and
I were just looking out at the stars, in
the embrasure of tho great hall win
dow, when we saw some ono npproach
ing with a light. Violet went to see
what the apparition meant, when Miss
Rebecca (whom it proved to be) drop
ped her candle, and ran shrieking
".So Violet was the ghost, ch?" said
the colonel, repressing a very strong
inclination to laugh.
"You see, papa," interposed tho
young lady, ' I wore my long cashmere
mantle, for 1 was afraid of taking cold,
and it was tied at tho throat with red
ribbons, and "
And Aunt Rebecca took it for
granted that you wero tho murdered
heroine of our family chost story,"
aid tho colonel, archlv. "Rut allow
mo to ask you, young people, what
you were so much interested iu?"
'Well, sir, said Hazlewood, "I had
just asked her il she would'nt marry
me don t run away, iolet and she
said 'Yes' that is, if I could win her
fattier s consent."
"And I would like to know what her
father says to tho proposition?" added
the young ollieer laughingly detaining
Violet, who was struggling to escape.
"Ho says," answered Colonel Orme,
"that your intrepidity in facing tho
ghost deserves some reward, and ho
likewise supposes that his daughter
must be allowed to have her own way.
Ttoke her, Charley, and don't spoil her!
No thanks now; but let mo go and seo
ar.er vour Aunt Kebecca.
"Papa!" whispered Violet, B3 ho
rose, with his hand on tho door.
"Well, my dear?"
"IWt tell Aunt Becky that that "
luai you were tne fruost!" Just as
Aim tie went, cnucKiing, to inquire
aner ins sister s neaitti. mere is no
evidence that he ever did betray Vio
let's secret, but two things may bo re-
garaeu as settiea tacts in tho records
'if Alnwick I'iace one is that Aunt
Rebecca strenuously denies the exist
ence of ghosts, and abhors the very
sight of her niece's white mantle with
cherry trimmings; the other is that she
is particularly careful never to pass
through tho Bolemn old haunted hall
alone after sunset!
The chestnut is for tho man who
takes its shell oiL
He is one of those men in whom nc
ccssity is the mother of virtue.
If bad temper wero a fever, there
wouldn't bo hospitals enough to hold
It is a poor sort of business to wasto
your breath whistling for yesterday's
The world is hard enough, God
kiiows, without ono shutting one s
mouth tho day it rains comfits.
To a woman's eyes thero is always
an atmosphere of youth left about a
man wdio has once mado love to her.
Another man's admiration is a back'
ground against which many an ordina
ry woman has shono clad in unaccus
tomed graces to her lover's eyes.
It is only a fool who would expect tho
wind to bo always blowing irom the
same point of compass. And a real
sorrow an old sorrow I'vo known it
to act liko a ballast It's hoavy, aye,
but it trims the boat Thoro's many a
man wouldn't sail so straight if thero
wasn't sonic dead weight o' that sort
at his heart to steady him.
Oid John Ingmanson, of Sycamore,
in., useu to noid Uhristino rwllson on
his kneo when sho was a child in
Sweden, and when ho went out to sell
his tinware, sho went with hlni and
ang to draw purchasers.
STAT i:sI UN'S WIVI2S.
How They Watch Tlictr liordu IVoni
lie Capitol Gnllci'iPH.
It was in order to limit tho spaco
which loafers of tho most objectionable
character used to daily fill in tho House
gallery several years ago that tho
Houso of Representatives docidod to
sot apart certain portions of the gallery
to bo resorvod for thoso who had cards
of admission thoreto, given them bv
tho members. Ono gallery is exclu
sively for tho families of Representa
tives, or thoso whom they aud their
wives regard as such.
One Ripreseutativo said, at tho time
it was decided to reserve this gallery,
that it w as done so that tho members
could know exactly in what part of tho
gallery their wives wero likely to bo,
so they would know which way to
dodgo if they wished to avoid their
gaze. When Lout comes, as thoy havo
more kiuiro from social duties, ladies
of tho families of' members of both
houses of Congress have nioro tiruo to
spend in the galleries of tho House or
Senate, and wives are often interested
spectators of scenes upon tho floor of
either chamber. Sonio of them become
much absorbed lu tho bills in which
their husbands aro especially interested
nnd their faces show their chagrin or
triumph in the courso of debate. Ono
of them whose husband had been suf
fering severely with bronchitis when
he was forced to go to tho Houso to
look after a bill of great importance in
his district, used to go thero daily a
few weeks ago while thero was a pros
pect for tho bill coming up, and carried
with her a box of quinino pills, and
regularly sent from her seat in tho
"nu mbers' gallery" ant aflectionato
note and a dose of medicino to her hus
band on the floor of tho House when
tho time arrived for him to tako it
Thus she strove to brace him up in the
same spirit ns tho Spartan w ives equip
ped their husbands for battle. Tho day
his bill was voted down sho had waited
for several hours with satchel contain
ing the pill-box in hand, and as soon
as the vote was announced, which was
against her husband, sho arose indig
nantly, packed up tho medicino and
went "homo with lessened faith in its
The wives, of courso, do not fail to
watch from tho gallery the demeanor
of their respective husbands in their
seats below, especially when cards are
brought in to tho latter. One lady will
say to another; "There goes a card to
your husband; wonder if it is a lady or
gentleman wants to sec hiru. Thero
ho goes out; let's seo how long he stays
and then we can tell whether it is a
man or a woman. There he comes in
again, so it must have been a man who
was waiting for him; he'd have stayed
longer if it had been a woman, cer
tainly." While some of the incidents in this
gallery are highly amusing, others are
very annoying. For instance, lately,
a loving wife who was listening intent
ly to her husband's speech, heard a la
dy behind, who was probably unawaro
ot her presence, say: "Is that Smith
speaking again now? It seems to mo
that he is tiiways talking and yet has
nothing to say."
An all night session of the United
States House of Representatives, espec
ially when it Is occasioned by a dis
cussion which requires either political
party to muster its full streugth, and
cause a "call of tiic Jtottse to bo or
dered, and tho Sergennt-at-Arnis to bo
instructed to bring in absentees, al
ways has some ludicrous features out
side the hall, as well as tom-i produc
tive of annoyance to the families of the
members of the House, ns much as to
themselves. Daring such a night ses
sion not long ago.the wife of one of the
colored Representatives was h ft alone
in the members' gallery until a late
hour at night, all occupants of that gal
lery having left for home in the early
part of the night. Sue could not go
homo alone, and her husband, who w'as
on the floor of the House, was locked
in, so he could not leave- to take her
home. It is the custom, as soon as the
call of the house is ordered, to look all
doors of exit or entrance to the legis
lative hall, not only to prevent thoso
members who are in from going away
without permission of the House, but
also to prevent those absent without
leave getting in except in the mstodv
of tho Sergeant-at-Arms, whohni been
ordered to arrest them and t.rin" them
to mako their excuses at the bar of tho
House. It was not until the colored
representative had obtained the formal
leave of the House to iro home with LU
wife (and he promised to return as
soon as ho had done sol that he eonbl
join her in the gallery and tieconiuanv
her to their res. deuce. Wihinn'on
1 4r. i .. r . J J
Baker I'aslia and the Women.
The social topic of greatest interest
just now appears to be the proposed re
instatement of Baker Pasha in the mil.
itary position which he forfeited some
years ago. lhu hlnwlird, it seems, re
ceived no less than two hnn,im,i let
ters from ladies recently urging that
the erring ollieer should be for'iven.
Forgiveness being with many women
the heroic virtue, this is not very sur
prising; but have these ladies no fear
that in their impulsive g-n-rosity they
may be helping to break down the bur.
riers which society, not too careful ns
a rule oi temale honor, has placed
about the sex to j.rotect them from tho
foulest wrong? "It is only a moment
ary impulse." they say, but is that any
reason for relaxing the penalty which
tends to keep these momentary impulses
in il,n..M , .1 !.....'' . '. .
in nitiivi i'uj'jsu me victim inui been
less courageous, the viehlin-r i0 that
impulse would havo entailed a term of
penal servitude, and that, too, wo siij
pose, might have been remitted ou tho
"I am mightily amused." writes la
us a graceless reprobate, "at H,0 tvn.
nouncement in the rltnhi,d.hU morn
ing that the editor has been deluged
with letters front hundreds of ladies
impetuously demanding the reinstate
ment of a certain gallant ollieer in tho
British army. They arc all unanimous,
it seems, not one disMTitient voice
among tho whole two hundred. It
brought to my mind tho familiar coup
let of Pope:
Men, some to business, sotno to pleuaurc,
But every woman Is nt heart -
Let those hnish tho quotation who
The Outcast Poor or London.
Corn 'ncHth some favorlnti aoir's auspicious
Unit in tho envied cam that knows no
(perchance to some hlel) hor Hiiro the
Taui'ht how to love, to honor, and to pray,
J'eil without loll or troub o day by day
How shall the child of fortune's K't'ts BO
Measure tho weary breadwinner's do
His world is tiut a pleasure (.round of play.
llenred In the rookery of foul repute.
Cradled in crime, suckled by squalid
(!'. Tcliiinco of birth unblest to benr the
l In nil ).
Taught but thosu things which life aud lovo
Of ret dful food and raiment destitute
llnu- shall mistortuuo's cni.d alliance
With honest folk? How shall ho learn to
I HI 110
The f avtifc'e Instincts of th' ancestral brute?
OriulKO lint your frarner'd grain, 0 (rlldcd
To help these, outcasts 1 'Neath their
1'iil-iues that lifo which makes all c rou
te ren kin
And c.aiins j our voice, it's cnuo to advocate.
These brolhers from a soul-currodliiK stato
A ministry of mercy yet can win;
80 may tUeir durkeu'd dens ot shame and
The lumps cf lovo ut last l luminate!
St. James Gazette.
The Ni;;iit-lilooniing Flower.
There was a little nitrht-hlnnmiiur flower,
That thus spake t a br Vht-I eainintr start
"1-'imiii earth's loiiolietl wild and lowliest
1 m c thy brilliant r-rb from nfar;
Hut thou from thy home of radiancy
I nn t not. In thy irorireouncss, descry
(tin- hi liiHiunillCMit, liltlo as me
M ilimiiiutive aud email urn 1."
The pure anil respondent star replied,
lu tenderest love: "(), meek tlowerof earth,
Thou tut little, but do not ihyse.fder.de
A one pi.si-ehslnir no tner.t, worth;
Thj Maker diik'tif tine, a beauty and charm;
Aitl'Otifrh so fur distant from me thou art
Ti.iit 1 ennnot thy rosento petals warm
W illi kiioles nor tuze dow n into thy heart
"Thete Is One, without whose kind, loving
A sparrow cannot fall to the frround,
11 if e othed tho lilies ill robes moru rare
Thau cuith's monarch In all their glory
The ui.'li thou blootnest in Curkncss of tho
With no eye to greet thee none to behold
It ii- in i id," thy 1'ieator'i s'ght.
That tti"U dust thine exiju.site charms un
fo.dl" Tht.J many plno In their solitude
K. r n cjinition and honor- from men,
And s i.'h, ith a re-t!ess wish to bo viewed
A id loved and admired by human ken,
Fpeud their jives In 1 florts fruitii-.-s mul vain
Tnii i! renown w hile on earth!y soil.
Who, lr cly as light und air. could obtain
Ti.e h olier honors t lint mine 1 10:11 (iod!
JanifB Homer Kennedy.
'The Idly (iirl."
Home, through the river's reeky fringe,
t-hc saunter", slow '
Ul 011 her muling lips u tiugo 1
(if rose a giow
(if rupture, on the tender check,
Ky". Unit, epbtted. would be sure to speak
(ii t tie uiimi ued si ul within her breast;
A l -niler lijMire, snnnlv dressed
"In rii'set gown," a kerchief, tied
In ciire t-ss fashion 'round her shapely neck,
An'!, at lo r side,
A giuvc 1 Inind grasping lilies, to bedeck
Hrwl.en, in fl my, spotless w hite,
Kvenlnir shall tbid her to u wnter-sprite I
Tranxforined. I'ndinu's very seif I
When Love capricious ell
lbul her lair form Invested with a soul, 1
Wh eli, we are told, of beauty is the whole
Expression fairer could not be, than sho
In her unconscious grace and sweet sim
plicity An artist, passing ns in thought
bt.e s pause 1 a moment trutnlully caught
And prisoned on his canvas, with most grace
ful I ru-h.
This bonny maiden In the early flush
Of womanhood: upon her bend
Hus set the selt-piiitned hat of dusky red
Jl 'iieiitli Its inn has put away tho rare t
Luxuriance of lier dink brown ha.r
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day lor six years, until I used alumni every kind of
medicine, hut nnno had th.i desired clbct. After
usitij six but Hen of Hwirr's si'Kriric I am restored
t perfei-t health with not a slu of that lufal
Vours truly, UAVIU NESIIITT.
1 had foi thlrty-nifht ycirs suft". ri-d evi rv sprint;
ami summer Willi I'oi-on (ink, ulnch I emit ncted
in hatliliii; whei, a boy. 1 tiied evi-r tlntu: for b,
inrltidiiti! n nnv p)ivkiiim, lint wllhuit any In iietlt
I took fix bolt e of Sw ft's SpecilicoS. tj." S i four
years bl'o, und it cured me sound und well 'I line
summers huve passed. snil I havo hud no retum of
It. JoBKl'll litASl.KV, L'oltllullUri, On.
I have had rea arkalile success w ith Swift's Spc
C'fic; huve cured nevi-rui raes permaneiitl) In a
vert short time line case which I am new Ireut
i ii LI was fiveti up to die. and niter uiiii three h 11
ties is so fur recovered that I thli-k onemoie hotliu
will cure her. The most remarkable cae oi all wh
a ladv with inedul ,ry ranc r ol th-i womli, lo. wt om
I had I, o hoie wha'ever After asit) oue bottle I
am su'.i-lio'l she will soon he cured.
J WVL KtiLII.I IAN, M. H
L'b"1i's, S (',
Treatise on Hiood and Skm Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
TlIK SWIFT Sl'Kl'IFIC CO.,
Druwi r :) At uniu. (bi.
N. Y. Office, 1M W.',Md St., between Sixth utic
HAl.T KlfKI'M. Y'.t ZKM A, M Jl' l I I, A, Sf'Al.D
li.' i.l, KrvM.-i:t-. 'i ettt-r, 1 1 1 v I .iti.iniil, li:ir'r
Jtt n, l'iiti'l", Miii!: ritihniM'li-M, 1 Nr. I'-..mt.a
Hii'l l'iiiuiMl W-Mih'iH, liii mvtijm, Mini uf n, ajjij
ail diwiuM nf tnr kin.
'r li I-;, v':iiMi, ruf( l lrfr r -.ti, rn
l'Uuil ill klll LUif. il ll'it Ml. .lit ! lyl.lti.
; s j s : r h rrir i
?;A.tL r.TAi:i;n, .f it: . r i iiiimmi i on.
In the Heal, 1;o-m- Coi.l, I.inn l,j., .iiia.-iti ai. 1
HAY it; visit.
Oeaicos tin- nstril. irn io n-4i..i ,1 I r-..'i.:i-,
and prt-ioi iM'-rii-.!ao -!.. r. 1 1 ; : an-l : n..
It ia-1 in -cm - lor Cold in tho H.-al- w!;i. t
bl CHUal l.v i'1'l.-li Ll.alii--. in tilt- allli'.-l li.-ic.
lHrtKti''ii Oi tin 'o..yt.'ir...( aa-'v''7-''i '-'n '-w.'.V.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHIC A CO
TOIl RALE LY ALL LhloX If '1 8
For Salo by.
PAUL G. SCI I U'l I,
Snccial Atrts. in this eitv
617 St Charles St, Si. LOUIS, MO.
A. roculnp Ormluntn rftwo medical
collegfn, lias h'-en tun k't-r eimatfed in the trta'.
nii'ntof C'hroiiic, Nurvouii, KUin mot
Jllooil I)lsea-- than anv ottier iiy'lelan In
t-L Louis, as city .ap. r! ifiow and all Id rel
lentknow, ( onsultattr.n t ott'ice or bv mall,
free and Invited. A t'rieii.lly talk (.r Ins upliitun
fists nnthliiir. When It Ii Irici.i.ventent to vi-lt
tlie city lor treatment, medicines can he sent
bymallor expresi evervwheie. t o ralile casi-
jriiarantced; where doubt exlt-.U li lraukly
elated, tailor W rite,
NerTOni Prostration, PeMilty, Msntal and
fhyileal TTsakness, Ifsrfn, lal and Othsr
affections of Throat, Sklnsnd Bones, I.lood
Imparities and Blood Puimnlng, nkln Affcf
tlons, OldSoreaand I'lrsrs, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special abj
tent Ion t rases from over-worked brain.
KUBblCAL CASKS reeelve special attention.
Blseaies arising from Imprudences Kxoessei,
Indulgences or Exposure!,
It Is fscir-erblent that a phyaielan Tf.vInK
particular attention to a claof c.-Kes attains
great tklll, and phvslebins In regular pracllco
nil over the country knowing this, freo 'cully
recoinuiend caes to tlie oldest ollice p A inert'
ca, where every known nnpllance It reortcc
to, ami the prov-il nooil rBiiil i-' of all
ages and countries are used, A w hole hcuse 1 1
iiei for office piirpoi -a, nnd nil are treated with
skill In a n .i ctriil iiishimt; and, know.ni
w hat to do. no experliui'iits are made. Ill ..c
Count of the great niiinlicr npplvlni'. Hm
charges are kept low, often lower thau H re
manded hy others. If you secure the ski I : lid
get aipcedy and perfi-. t life cure, that s .lm
Important matter. Pamphlet, M pages. S:Ut
to imy uddrust free.
Klcgant cloth and irlit hlnilin-j-. Scaled foi 60
rent" lii po-laneor eiu reiiev. uver tllty mi.
derl'ul pen p.-tiiie, true to life. nrU.-h-i on titu
following snl.Jeets: Who mny niarrv 'I whim it:
why? 1'roi.er nge to niarrv. ho'inarrv tlr ',
Manhood, Womanhood. Plivaieul ileeav. V .;')
should inariy. II. iw life nnd'liapplnesj'iniiv oe
Ini-reased. Thoso married or conteniplai . ,
marrvliig should read It. It ought lo he real
hy all adult persons, then kept under lock a rl
key, Popular edit Ion, same as nlmve, hut .ai "l
cover and iw pugfes, ii ceuts Py mall, lis Mioue'
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rcpiilnrtfrn.binto. BT-Thn )ldet Hiteelnllst
In tllo I; lilted Slates, Wll'i.U I. IU! IaiSO KXI'KIIIKNCK,
perfi;ct -ii-dind and tmro tiiedit-inn insnm si'iiu.y
and I'KttMANKsr etui s of all Private. I'hronic nnd
Nervous Diseasen, Atfuctioiisof Hie JIIimhI, Siklii,
Kldneya, Hlndder, KiiiiMlons, I leers, (lid
More, svellhiir of Ihu lainlH, Mo.-e Jllouili,
Tliroal, Hone liln, eriiimiuutljr ourud and
eradicaiud truui the ayotem fur lilo.
UCDlinilC Ji,hi'l"J Tiiiiinfmrii.Srmlnal
nrCill UUd -".'.s,.'ej-ii Itrrny, .1. iitcf
and i'o.'ii'iif HWf.'iicss, Juilimj Mimorij,
Wcuh J.'ies, Stunted lh-wliiinrut, Impiili
mi nts to Mnrriayr, etc, from crn-mra or ;
tmitr, uprrttihi, Kiifrly and prirntrlif CurnU
-Voiiiig, Middle-Aged and Old men, and all
who need iiicilmul tltlll nnd i'Xii'i leiu-e,C'.iisnlt
llr. Halo n ton. 11 n opinlun oon nothing, nnd mny
savo futnro misery and shninn. When inconvenient
to visit tho city for t reatment, medicines can he sent
evorywhuro by mnil or (upi-nsa l'.i' I'rom bnrr.
Viilloll. 9 -11, in self-evident that a physician win)
Rives his wlinlii n'ti'ntinn to n class of diseases ill
tillllM gl-ent skill, nnd pliyslcinni throughout I ho
country, knowitiL'ihn, freiiupntlvrecoiiunenil dilllcult
casus to tho Oldest Kieelnlls, by ivlioui every
known ifiinil reinetlv Is used. 7-l)r. Hate's
At nnd llxperience tnnko his npininn of nil
giremis Iniimrf uni'e. e-Thoso wlio call sue no
one leu the I lector. I '(insult at ions free nnd ai.ereitiy
conllileiiilol. I'nses whi.-li have fnile.l in olitnining
ndiel elsewhere, esjiecinlly solicited, l-'einnle liif
eases treated, a 'nil or write. Hours, from U to 4
A to Mt Sunilnvs, 1 to 14. UUUK 'lu lltALIU
BENT Pule. AddrueuanaUgvu, .-
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
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to,.. W M;
St. Louis anil Chicasni.
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cordiugly. W.M. M. .ML'ttPliy. P. M
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dccnibt r, 18I!3, ruder lie
Law of 18t!3.
Successor to Widow s and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th. ln;7, under
the. laws of 1U7J.
J'lll II. HORINSON.
W.M. ST K AT l' 'N
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOit 1t YEAR.
Wm. Strntton, Strstton llird. cro-ers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. ftoldstine, oftioldstitie ltosenwater, whole
sale and retail drv ood;C. W. DunnitiK. M. lb;
Pre?. lid. Med lis . , for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. ltobiuson, county
Jud(ro ami notary public; Win. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and iiiatiranre agent; It. II. liabd, city
Htteet supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter und htilld
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney aud secretnrv ; K. V.
I:frci,attnrnev-s.t-law. Iiuijtioin 111.; K . C. Paco
rs"hler of I'entennial Hann, Ashley. III. ; Alhert
Ilayden. cashier uf George Connelly st Co., Spring
Held, II ; II. M .vlunn, attorncy-at-law, lot; Haa
dolph sireet, Chlcau'ii; Hon. Kuht. A. Hatcher, attorncy-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; II. Leigbton,
cashier First National bank, Stuart, Iuwa.
DR. f g t
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances art lent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are sunVrlni from Naavorjs Pitnit.iTT,
Lost Vitality, Lara or Maura Koaea tno
Viuoa, W.gTiN'J Wa.k-KtssKS, and all those illivaait
of a I'aasoiAL Natuhs is'snlllnir from ane.is and
itiiuh i'ai sks. HHje,ly relief and complete resto-
rtl,.ii"f IKALTU, lOOUailil MANIIOODOt'.RASTIID.
'l lie irrnii'lest iliseovry of the NtnetHinth Oi'ntury.
Svnd at uiivfl for lllu.traUsl l'amihlet free. Address
Vl'lTAIC BUT CO., WUBSHaII, MICH.