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K. A. ni UNBTT.
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A Story of Early Days in Michigan.
BY II. II. JUIIN'SO.V.
t h.wti:i: ix.
A V KSTMIX zmiYH.
The following nioriiin ai'N-r the La
Vf rffiie family had hecii Jionoml Vy the
visit from Jiraxtoii. t'' "oso in a
clear, uiu loiidi'd ky, and when his rays
touched the vti fill they seemed to scorch
like rays ffiu suiuT-heated furnace.
Not a 'Veath of air wis stirring, and
tlif ieat seemed more than oppressive.
Vegetation, where it was reached hy
the suns rays, withered, and hy noon
liiincr limp and apparently lifeless, as if
a flaine had swept over it. Even tho
Hies and other insects sought the shade,
and scarcely ventured upon the sunny
side of the house. Old Towser sought
the coolest spot he could find, and with
tongue lolling out of his mouth and
dripping p r-piiatinn, lay there pant
j 'at started out in the woods in the
morning with his ax upon his shoulder,
remarking that it was going to he the
"(liviTs Own il.iv;" and the rest of the
family proci-edrd to their work in the
"unit n with reluctance.
When the hour of.. mon aimed, the
heat was almost lui-upportahle. I very
breathing tiling v. a gasping for m ath.
Iihor out of Mii"! iiuposil)le.
The hirds s.a i'j the coolest places in
the shade cft'ic tree tops, with dmop
iiiL' w ings and uide-oprii hills.
When l'at came to the house for his
dinner, he hroiight his ax with him ami
declared that he was fairly roasted in
side hy the hot air. The heat destroy
ed their appetites, and hut little was
eaten hy any of them at dinner.
Soon after twelve oVlock, the sky he
gan to assume a yellowish, leaden, un
natural hue. A premonition of some
thing terrihl" seemed to oppress them
all. Soon a dark hank of clouds Imam d
above the trees to the west, ami low
rumblings of distant thunder began to
The bank of clouds rose rapidly, until
its edge was more than half way to the
zenith, and the whole wasof a greenish
purple hue. Vivid streams of lightning
llashcd across its face, followed by
deeper and heavier rumblings of thun
der. Ere Inns, a dull roar from the west
came floating through the hot atmos
phere growing louder and louder each
second until its unearthly sound made
the checks of each member of the La
VeiL'iie family grow pale with an inde
finable dread and termr.
The lightning Hashes grew more fre
quent and vivid, the mlling thunder
more heavy, the iiiiexplainahle roar
nearer and louder until the ear was
pained by its sound, and the edge of
the greenish-purple cloud-bank reached
a point nearly directly overhead. The
ras of sun wire shut out. and darkness
like that of niht was rapidly spread
ing over the earth.
All at nin e the topiiet branches ,f
the surrounding forest trees swayed
and quivei'. il as if ju mortal fear, a
vivid Hash of lightning hised through
the air, immediately succeeded lv U
terrilic crash of thunder that shook 'the
leg house to its foundation, startinglhe
inmates to their feet, and tho storm in
all its fury was upon them.
Tat devoutly crossed himself and call
ed upon the Holy Virgin to protect him,
uoulitless evcrv member of the
iannly silently besought Divine Provi
dence for protection i this war of the
As the first terrilic gust of wind swept
over the forest, the trees bent and swav
edhkc whips, and manv of them fell
crashing to the ground, broken in twain
like brittle pipe stems, or were torn up
by the roots, lifting tons of the earth
which clung to them
Tl.o 1 '.. ... .
"IC "oust- uemnie'i ami almost gave
way oeiore the force of the gale; but it
was suongiy limit, its coiners were
KI'flin.K' 1. ..1 I .i ... ...
"v.j ! nn, lo-einer, ana n succcss-
lully withstood the power of the storm.
.,AU" uieiirst, imrst of the tornado,
v.. Kiunerect ai the window to wit.
-.i.-. uir eiemenuu strife outside. It
was a spectacle grand. but terrible. The
l'uutru now ii in sneeis as if somn
mighty cauldron was being emptied
from the sky. The electric fluid, like
streams of molten silver of dazzling
brightness, sped from cloud to cloud
and from the clouds to the earth with
scarcely an instant's cessation, while
thunder crash followed thunder crash
iu so close succession that it sounded
like one prolonged roar of monster
artillery, and the wind almost bowed
the forest trees to the earth.
Several times within the space of a
quarter of an hour. theV saw the light
ning bolt strike in the top of some forest
Riant and shiver it into splinters to its
ery roots and a little column of flame
and smoke would be see,, .booting
heavenward in its place, mail all Had
remained of the once toweri,,-tree Vv
a heap of ashes. '
Every few seconds, some bent and
HUttBKm.g wee that could withstand
tho power of the gale no longer, sue
cumbed,and with a groaning, secmiicl v
despairing cra?h. Ml to the ground
Mrs. La Vcrgnc and Carrie crowded
Close together in the daikest ennterof
the room and covered their eyes and
ears with their aprons, thus endeavor
ing to shut out the glare of the bght
jiiiig and the crash of the thunder. They
trembled with fear, and could not re
press little nhrieks of terror as each suc
ceeding peal of thunder sounded upon
their muffled ears. The old dog Towser
crawled iu another corner, and lay there
quivering in every limb, while at each
thunder burst he would whine piteous
ly and look pleadingly into the eyes of
one of the men as if mutely appealing
The storm lasted but little more than
a quarter of an hour, but to those
who witnessed its ravages, tho time
seemed ten times as long. At the end
of that time the wind began to lull, the
rainfall began perceptibly to diminish,
the lightning flashes and thunder peals
grew less frequent and more distant,
the roar of the storm began to subside
until fifteen minutes later, all that could
be heard from the recently shrieking
storm was a subdued, almost inaudible
murmur which soon ceased entirely to
Then the sun came out brightly, tho
gentle zephyrs came from the west,
bringing freshness and fragrance in
their breaths, the feathered songsters
hastened from their hiding places and
tilled the sounding air with the melody
of their joyous notes, and all nature
seemed to smile benignantly after the
recent exemplification of her wrathful
( ii.vr-TKit x.
KAYMoNll 1!K!.. MONT,
The ground had been exceedingly dry
before the storm, and the rain that fell
was soon absorbed, so that on the after
noon of the following day, although the
earth was still somewhat moist, it was
far from muddy. In the afternoon they
were aide to resume their work in the
garden: hut they had been scarcely com
menced before they were favored with
another visitor, and a very different
personage he w:vr from the one w ho had
called the day be fore.
lie was dressed in a neatly-fitting
hunting suit, and carried a double-barreled
gun upon his shoulder; but his
whole appearance plainly indicated that
he was not a permanent dweller in the
His white, shapely hands, his intel
lectual countenance, his smoothly
shaven face except a silky-brown mus
tache which ornamented his upper lip
and shaded his mouth, together with
ins easy graeenu manner, clearly e vi
denced that he was accustoui- d to re
fined society, and unaccustomed to man
As he approached the party working
in the garden, who looked up w hen they
hoard the sound of his steps upon the
ground, he raised his hat to all. and
pleasantly bade them "good afternoon."
Each acknowledged the greeting, and
it must be confessed that Carrie Mush
ed slightly as she looked down at her
soiled lingers and ea!: o dress, but if
she had any inclination to leave the
party and hide m the hotts-. i; was u-l
for the same reason that had prompted
her to do so w hen she had betaken her
self to that refuge to awM the n; le.
admiring glances of jiill I!ra.t";.
This stranger seemed so rau h at his
ease and opened such a cheerful Con
versation with Mr. La Vergr.eh; rtrard
to the beauties of the su:r. ;::: g for-
ei ami me aMUi-:.i:.'v ! game ( :.- j
tained, that Mir s--n f a!l a1. ut !
her soiled hands and calico dre?s. airl
found herself and her i;j"ther taking
part in the ennversath n with a iir.;ch
eanie..tnes.s and se.f-posMzo'i as
though the Strang r wer an oi l ac-
jnaintanee wh-m they had net &-& f ,r
years, and were happy to have rue:.
The stranger ling'-ied with them as
if loth to separate from their congenial
mpany; and he seon found himself
s.-isting in smoothing and planting the
garden bails with as much assiduity as
tiiong!, he were employed at Katifac-
Of course his efforts were extremely
awkward at first. He wanted to sow
the melon seeds broadcast, and plant
the flower seeds in little hills a few feet
apart, which elicited many a merry
laugh from ( airie, who had uncon
sciously taken upon herself the eilice
of instructor toward him; but he learn
ed rapidly, and Mr. La Vcrgnc declared
that with a little practical instruction
he would soon become an adept in the
art of horticulture if his taste happen
ed to lead in that direction.
He fore he had been with them two
hours all were made pretty well ac
quainted with each other's history; and
so unconsciously had the information
been interchanged that Mr. and Mrs.
La eigne felt somewhat mortified at
the thought that they had manifested
so great an interest in a stranger, and
had so readily taken him into their con
fidence. Hut lie put them all at their
ease by suddenly stopping in the act of
covering a drill of flower seeds and ex
claiming: "Well, 1 declare; It seems as if we
had been acquainted all our lives in
stead ot having met only about two
hours ago for the first time! lint I have
read somewhere that in the beginning
when all souls wvre created, some were
created to be friendly to each other, and
some to lie unfriendly. If that he true,
then I believe I have bee,, fortunate
enough to meet those whom the Creator
designed should be friendly to ine."
All agreed with him. and expressed
me nope mat an liendlvor congenial
souls might soon come intocontact. and
thai ail the unfriendly ones might be
i. .!.;,..! II. ..I . I. .. ' . ...
...... a. i-i si ui.n uiev wouiii cause no
tioulue or vexation to.iny one but them
.. I .. 1 : . i ; .. .i
vsox wns nine ute sun was near im
tern horizon, the stranger, who
had at the outset introduced himself as
l.ayniond l.elniont. proposed to con
tinue ins journey, winch had noplace in
I'aiuciiiar lorns destination; for his
was a trin for huntinnr o,,i i,!.ic.n.,.
r j'l.. ii.j,,i v ,
and the only place to which he w as im
mediately bound, was where game could
oe touu.i a, abundance; but Mr. I
eigne interposed, and insisted tuat
e must remain with them until morn
n.g: declaring that, even taking a busi
ness view of the matter. Mr Uelmont
had eai tied enough by the labor he had
peiiormed. to entitle him ton supper
mugiiig ami breakfast: and s 1 Mi-
La Vergne, bad never yet permitted i
debt owing by him t
he insisted that Mr. Eelinont accept his
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Thus urged, ho consented, and the
Women entered the house to prepare the
evening meal, while the men remained
outside for a while longer, conversing
upon such matters as were of interest
to them. .lust before sundown, l'at re
turned from his labor in the woods and
w as introduced to the stranger.
l'at, although he might justly have
been called ignorant as regards to book
know ledge, possessed good, sound com
mon sense, and was instinctively, a
good judge of ' character, as we have
had occasion to notice before; and one
glance at the open, frank countenance
of Mr. llehnont, assured him that he
was u man; and he stepped forward and
grasped the proffered hand with a pres
sure from his ow n brown hard one that
almost made the latter geutleman wince
with pain; but he, too, recognized the
mun in l'at although the exterior was
nncowth; and he returned the pressure
with the fervor of a friend. .
Just then,' supper was announced,
anil all entered the house where a de
licious repast was in waiting.
While they are partaking of it, we
will inform the reader who Mr. Uelmont
was and how he happened to meet this
friendly family, as he had already made
it known to them.
Raymond Uelmont was a little more
than twenty-four years of age. His
home was in Detroit, Michigan. His
father, although not a millionaire, was
in comfortable circumstances pecuni
arily; in fact, possessed enough of the
"filthy lucre," with reasonable economy
to keep the wolf from his door during
the remainder of his lifetime, and after
his decease, should Eayniond. his only
son. survive him. there would be suili
cient left to place him in a position
where economy added to a little indus
try would render it unnecessary for him
to become a charity boarder at the
llaymond had entered the law office of
Juris and Prudence as a student a little
more than three years before, and had
quite recently been admitted to practice
law in any court in the state of Michi
gan. After he received his diploma he
gave himself a vacation of a few weeks
for the purpose of taking a rest before!
setting up an office of his own. and j
like many young men who would have J
prt ferred to pass the so few weeks i
among the pleasures of cities or on a
European trip, he drteruiine-d to pass Lis :
vacation iu the woods w here game w as '
abundant and where fresh air and out- :
dwr exercise were c. r.duehe to good :
l.iiil'.h and muscular devc!oprc j
Ac' r l :;g;y he purchased a g -.l
.'mbh-l-amded gun. one i-aml riik-d '
and the other smooth Ivre. tc-rthr ;
with a sup; ly of an.nuu.ition r.nJ the'
n st of a sr-oitsinan's r.:f.:. r.c ,u;ted a ;
Michigan Cti.tr&l train. ar.d wes s.;a j
whhlcd away to the inttrl-.T if the
state. Arriving at r..i'.: Crori. 1 e ,
left t! niilrcud and struck f.-r the ;
C.i:r.e-K".n.5.i:.g forrst f K.i!.ug.a;-.v :
County. " I
lie i:- i n ::.r.-r .;..ys iu the w.:is. .
La Mi:..;--! , : e nigh: cni s!p: iri .
ly : ar. :;!. r
: . ti.e till"
...a. p.d: i
I.;.' -. Vr,o
t:n-. t-it his L'
Livt- U-rii I;
II- ).:. ! r. i
dr. M rri- n.
had j L.r-!. ea l, '; ,vny
j;re--i-d in t: e o".:.-i' fav v J'-.. .'a'-
erfa't v.ai. t th- ';.! I ... 5
Irs. It Veig!,-. sit g"i a-, a i' V. '.
reei.jf.fijf-iid.itlon wi.'t' .'j l.v t: e
in:!io-!,ti.d citizen lb1- s'a'.e. a:.d -i.-.-.t
ui aei ' pted pa-i'i:t - ti.'-.r
hl and h"-j :t;i!,tv.
After the meal wai ru- '.-. Mid
'.'. hlle Mr?. La Wrgnea.'cl h i gi.v-r
we;e errqiloyed in ejei'.;;i:g a v. ay th;
table, the men I'tiied to tm- of. !: ef
the building, for the weati,i-r w.i-, v. a: in
and the evening air balmy, and :,,.e,ed
Mr. La Vergne." said Hay mnd.
will call him by his given name. f.,r
ire getting pretty well aequain-d v. : : h
him, and besides, he !: f- i:ed to l e
sjioken of or addressed l,y tiat Moae.)
Mr. La Vergne, do you piefi-r this
backwoods life to a life in the city, and
this employment to the bn-iiess for
which you was trained?"
This backwoods bf'e has it n bright
and dark sides," slow ly replied Mr. La
Vergne. "( )f course we ni-ees-ardy suf
fer many inconveniences here. We are
deprived of the social privileges wo
used to enjoy, we me to a degree iso
lated from the rest of the world, we can
obtain intelligence of w hat is going uu
elsewhere only occasionally. We are
obliged to travel some distance to pro
cure those necessaries which stores
alone can provide, we cannot listen to
edifying lectures delivered by world-renowned
orators, wc have hut few or no
advantages for education; but that
which 1 sometimes feel the most, is
that we have no physician within easy
call in case of sudden illness. Hut if
we aro deprived of all these conven
iences, wo can boast ol many things
which city people sigh for in vain. We
are surrounded by the beautiful in na
ture. If we wish to smell the fragrance
and view the beautiful variety and
blending of colors in flowers, we find
them here in the forest in profusion. If
wo want quiet and repose uumarred by
the strife of business, here we find it.
If we wish to breathe the pure air of
heaven, here we find it in all its fresh
ness and health-giving power. Which
ever w ay the eye may turn, it rests only
on God's handiwork; and here, in tho
language of the poet; 'to him who. in
the love of nature, holds communion
with her visible forms, she speaks a
various language.' It is the language
of peace. It hs the language of religion.
True, we toil hard. AVe earn our bread
literally by the sweat of our brows. Hut
our very toil gives us appetites which
makes our plain food as delicious as the
dainties of an epicure. Our neighbors
may not be as near as we could wish,
but then they are always glad to see us
and we are to see them. Hut the charm
which surrounds everything here is the
charm of home. It is where our dear
SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 8, 1884.
ones are, and who would wish to be
Vourvlew of this kind of life coin
cides very nearly with my own," said
Hay niond. "Vet I think I would prefer
l'fe in a more populous community. I,
m self, am a lover of nature, and these
wild forests possess attractions for me;
but I think I should prefer to have my
home where I could hear thehumof in
dustry, and mingle in its strife; perhaps
because I have always lived in the city,
and habit has made that kind of life
the more desirable; yet, for a few weeks
relax'iit ion from business during every
year 1 can enjoy the woods with a keen
relish; yet even here, 1 think it would
take mo a long time to learn to take
pleasure in swinging an ax and sending
it to the heart of the giant forest trees,
and clearing up a farm."
"Even that may be a source of pleas
ure. Here is Cat, for instance. I think
he actually enjoys felling trees.; and the
nrtistic manner in which he sends his
ax into the bodies of these forest nion
archs, is something to be envied."
"It's right ye are there, Mist her La
Vergne," spoke l'at, lookingupsuddeii
lv when his skill as an axman was re
ferred to. "It's little more than a year
since 1 first put me hands to the hilve
of an ;tx. but I w udden't pull down me
llag to any chopper in the woods to-day.
peed 1 wiiddeu't! So. I wudden't!"
Hay niond laughed and remarked that
this was the first lime he had ever heard
tire-chopping classed among the line
arts, but lie had no doubt l'at was cor
rect, and if he would permit it, he would
accompany him to the scene of his la
bors, or his studio as he might call it,
in the morning, and receive ocular
proof of his proficiency in the art; and
perhaps he might be induced to enter
himself as l'at's pupil.
l'at smiled and declared that he
would cheerfully give him instruction
in the art of tree-chopping, but hinted
t!..n any person who expects to succeed
an artist must possess genius to
star, with: and if Kay niond was in pos-e-;o:i
of that important requirement,
he had r.o doubt he might excel after
leixin 'i d soberly remarked that he
had really forgotten that genius is re
cu. red torn. ike the true artist, and he
f. .f.vd he lacked that; but expressed a
d. terir.-.r.atioii to take a lessen in the
:.: : ' g. an I his first effort would be
s..:l ic.: for l'at, a master of the art,
i . l ie w !.:!; r it would be worth
w h f . r lorn to continue.
1". ::.'..' r i ei.vt isaticii ensued, and at
1: ... le'. t.me arrived, and with a
: g J'l to Mr. and Mrs. La
Wgui ;.:id Carrie. Raymond followed
J .1 ;.::! l'at to their dormitory where
!...'.- .. ".. List .is'.cep; but it is safe
: if he dreamed of angels.
::..; v(;t nniaikaMy alike, and
!.. : ': :o :!.e face and form of Carrie
The IV.-.rIar' (."lover lAiTe-Makinjf.
id that nothing
rj- ? :c- ir.a money cou
i s.ir. . j . via', recognition on
-:: : u:. i? f tts wit,: :ioh Ulus-
,i t-e is.:: tie M.irvn trial
bifMt ties:. t-r Ea-u m irieR.is can
Lordly -jiierfuti i.c- at-j..u." said
r- i Ler. oaa Larliy expect the
i-.;'.isz pe.uVrily true icciden: to be
l-H'-ve J 'jz: '.i OUT !'VT3 stSUr:
(f:.i l L'A 1- i.g go tif daughter
'A r. t yx it e;:l'.-ri w as awak
.:.: j f.y u ii'.v; iu L'-r room, and, up
ijti kl'.ti.'.g u;. .j.'i.covtreJ ft man dis-g'l'.'.f.-l
'.: a l.a'.k ruak ii'.andiiig Un'idn
l.tr M'l r.r, 1 eal:i.!v corit'-iiiplating her
ti-.-i'.ll': hj ti,
aid of a buli'n t-ye Ian-
' ) iu'. it", alarmed, miss," he
'd hav.-ji't t:jii'.n anything yet"
' H -i in-.'.'' kai l tlic girl; "I do bo-li'.-v:
;' a h'j.'glar."
Of co'irvr it i." said the house-Lreik'-r,
with an ungra'.ifying Hndle,
af l.e lit a cigare'.t". "And J am proud
"Wnat do you want?'" demanded the
young bid v.
"Weii, I did want to samplo jour
jewelry can ," aid the robber, "hut
vou looked no ail-fired pretty lying
thero with your ini'urn hair just my
st le -thnt i coiildn l heio waking ou
to sec if you alto had dark eye. I'm
terribly fond of light hair "and dark
"Well, 1 have," huI tho young lady,
glancing at tho mirror. "Hut I must
look liky a fright in this thh dress."
"On the contrary, white is very be
coming to oll," said the diseiplu of
Jimmy Hope, tenderly. "Hy the way,
are vuit engaged?''
"That's tellin'," said the girl.
"No, but are you honest Injun?"
"Well, yes, I am to a young law
yer; but I don't care for him so very
"lie's poor, isn't he?"
Exactly; I thought as much. Now,
my dear girl, don't you know there is
nothing in this love-iii-a-cottage busi
ness? You don't vvan't to peg along
nursing babies in some stuffy back"
room for the next ten years, do you?"
"N-n-n-o," murmured the girl.
"Then why not let this feilow slide
and tako me? I'm pretty comfortably
fixed. Husiness has beeu goo?l this
season, and our profits are large. Our
firm is now running a tunnel under a
Marysville hank, and I've got a fourth
interest. Hesides, I'm secretary of tlio
lSiirglars1 Protective Association. What
"Couldn't we go abroad next sum
mer?" asked tho girl, thoughtfully.
"Why, certainly. expect to havo
to. Just think over the matter, and
I'll drop in some night later in tho
week. I know how to got iu." And,
shouldering his kit, tho secretary step
ped out of the window and went oil' to
open a jewelry store for an engagement
And tho next day the young lawyer
received back his letters and photo
graph. Our girls know ou which side their
bread is buttered, and you cau hot on it.
Art is making groat strides in Now
York. It has reached a point now
where iv genuine oil painting 3 feet by
$! can bo painted in twenty minutes.
Tho pictures aro mado almost exclus
ively for tho American market.
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mid wavy tresses of abundant,
lieautit'ul Hair must use
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CIO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Coinm?rcial Av . het. 8th & Dtli St.s.
GoA Taruouts at R-.-asonahle Kates.
fllorscs to:irdet and woll c:ir'l
LOUIS 0. HERBERT.
(Success r to Cba-i. T. Ntwhii'l an l
II. T. Geroulil )
Plumbei. Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, liet. fontli ami El-
venth Kts ,
CAIlcO. : : : HA
llflvu Wi.'ll F.ir'.'! and l,!f! I'linip- fu-ti'f In d and
liutuji. Ai-nl fortius lei:lir.Hed
"hix'kkvk nmn-) vvmv,
the (t . 1 1 tn ( eV'T It: vtili'il . Ni in Flitu'ep
luri.lh ' to iiriiiT. Oil I-1 x ii ri reni:ri'd nli1
jiilllllK liflillll't.y llttetiileil III. til'l-tl
For Sale lv
Causes no Pain.
G.ves Jielicf at
cure. Xot a Li
quid or ISnuir. Ap
rs iflfkVUH,V .aJ
plied with finger, (live it a Trial.
&0c nta. at drueuidli. 'i terU by mull register
ed. S'Til fur rirnilnr.
KI.V IIKOTIIKHS, Druii atB, Ovvegn.N.V.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
lilgKjRADE t MARK JjX
Ik IIih NeiiHun In uhlch iuul or iinji.iii!d blond la
won apt todlinw ltBuir. allr. at thla Juncture,
neoils Hoaielhlni! to aa lnt it In thrnwUitr oil Ilia Im
liiirities hlrli havu collected by tint aluueUb cir
culii'lon c f bluet diirltu; tn cold wln'er mouthi.
Bwin h hpu, Die in nalnru'a irri at In luer, aa It la a
(iircly viu.tnlilo ullurallve and tonic
.. "ill nu,'!,.,'ie- M-acon. Oa., wr tea: "We have
l.!lth i , 7 " ""P1"'"''. nd an a Beneral
i n. i. ,i ' ".'! ' ''."V. 1,11,1 ''rkblu remilia
M . ri 1 " ' l,1"' C'"l:lri'n nh'1 ".ioy..a of tin.
L... V.L ii u , i "" 'dlenl tuiik, and
h i the blood ho piirn. tlmt ,lu ,.,., u' ,
" 01l,'"'rl: ll-!lt, Mbnnv. (),.. wrt.
for a niiri.iL' alter. Iiv., tt! tr. t. r.al he.ilth ' 11 l"
uniPvitM thobe.t r.'Hill'H. It I- ,ow lurfiMV il.,
ana preventive mid cur., Imr Mal.rla Tln.ru an
ni'iiiyrem ir itli;u . vid -nr. - t Uu m rit n thl.
eel Ii h. ' "
TIIK ' ' 1 1' AT I)lll'(i lIul'sK IN CHICAGO.
We do nut h. Kl'ttle lo H.iy (,n f,,ru ,.,.Hr , ( W(1
have Hill I more of SVil'i'M Sperlllc (S, S. 4 ) tnu
alio tier !:,,od I'ur Hern rombliu d. and with mimt
l .-niHlnii:; e.u'l.. On- II,.;,,,-) w, ,,, ,
doeil hot! ,. ...y. t ! I ,., g thl(n
triii'iii iit v.n i ll . h hi $I.Ou. . u.r w,u
iihimI 'I I . .r i Si--of,i o i, r , ,, , r,.,,rtM ,.,,.
lire l-.ini it- i.h ,
VAN -ll.Wi' ., STl.VENSON & CO.
,'e :l eiii'in v!,o I ii 1 I,,.,.,, cimiin,.,) ,is j,,;,!
e h v,iih V. rn.r nl Ki, , n 11, , i l, tn eti
' I ' I ' y ui.ll .. In l... jr,.( .r,iat, f
c:i i Ks .v li It K k v .
( iittai,iini;.. Tun ii.
On; trea li-c on 111. mi ' and k u I)lwa. h nulled
fp'f lo dj';.;lc .i.ih
i nr. .swikt si'i-cinc co .
,. , I'f r :i, Atliinia. ia.
New orii Olll e, l.vi Wert ;.l I .-t
J N, ,LI . CUTOF ORDER.
7 30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
lCA0 "Ne lA
1 J wrv,
TOR SALE BY
H.Stc;iL,MliuV Co., Cairo, III
617 St, Charles St. Hi: L0CIS, M0.
A roirnlor O rmlunt im two medical
collet'.-, bus I., en lon.o-i i iK.ivi d in th tri al
mcni of ( liniii i.., N vrvm is, KUin nml
Jilooil lil-.i-11-.i'i tli;in iiiiv oilier phyvlelan In
H. I.oult, ns city p:i. r uliow jnd nil i Id rel
leiiH know, ( oNMiltittlnn nl otl or Uv mall,
free and Invited. A i'rleinlv t .lk or lilt opinion
Cosli noililnu. When It Ii I'leoLveiilent tovlllt
the elly tor li euinii ut. ni.'.ln iiu'S can he aunt
byniiillor cxpr.-. rvert wliei". ( uralile cis
irmiriiiitefd: v. here doubt cx'st-l. Ii traukly
Huti d. Cull or rite.
Ncrvnua Prii'tratlnn, nidiliilr, WfiiUI and
Vlilcal WcakncK, l!crca;Ji.l and ether
affect Inna of Throat, Skin anil Boncn, lilooJ
Impurltlen and Hlnnd I'oUoiiIng, Hn Affec
tlnnn, Old Korea and I'Icer, Impedimenta to
Marriage, llhctimat lm, I'llei. Special at-
tent Inn t cae from over-worked brain.
St'lKilCAf. (ASKS receive apecla lal tent Ion.
DUeanea arMnir from Imprudences KjtaaMt
- . .
H U -elf-ivldent that a i lmii lan fiyiiiK
(artlciiliir iitn iiilon to n clan of caes atliilns
reavi-klll, ami phvslelam in reirnlar practice
ull over the count r v knowing thiv l'r-ii -ctitly
recommend ca.es tu the oldest oilice lr merU
ca, where every known npiltuuce I eorte.'
to, and the irovml trooil rfimxlie of all
BKcs nnd couulrles ure n.ed, A hole Pcuse I j
lined for oilice piirpn.es, nnd nil are treated A'ltll
skill In a rcpei'i'iil inaniii r; and. know.iii?
what to do, no t.xperlnient are made. n i.e.
count of th I'rini number ii plyliiK, tho
churLre are kept low, oi'teii lower than is c e
mainled I'V other i. If von iccnre Hie kl I I nd
tret a peed i' and penVc't lll'e cure, that a -ho
linporiaiit inatn r. J'umphl.jt, M pagus. j --lit
to any address Hi n.
plath. (CARRIAGE GUIDE.! pAGts
Kli'irnnt cloth and vl It Idndinu'. Sealed fot .''0
cent- In po-tatre or curreiicv, over lilly vv.iu
rierful pen plclurei. true to life, ailliles on tile
followliiK siiberts: Who may mai rv 'I whoii it;
vihylf riopernireto inarrv. AV ho marry til
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. YV .lo
hoiild marrv. Ilow life and hupplneK mav o
Increii'-ed. 'l'ho.ii married or contciiiplnW't.
marrvlnir slmiild read It. ltoilul.! tube re.i I
by all adult per-oiu, theo kept under lock h.I
key, l'opular edition, Kiiiue a above, but pa 'ii'
cover and 2uu panes, "5 ceuls by inail, 1 uou:',
n. n. SMITH.
riillMIT A. BMITIt
Grand Central Store.
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