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Tlie Hook Of Youth.
I ripened it lonir huu
Id ri'iid on Ita llii-t liinlit
A iln iini f'f life thnl nont) limy know
In tin' Winter el old hm'.
" of so. don lifili in n koIi'c" time,
Mil a (.'olilm Joy to lie;
TwHf a luvo tlml ns love, a love that dwells
From time to eternity;
'Tu ns oi Blow ing litflns that never grow dim
In tho miMx ot tliu murky morn;
,T hs h niniden that pung and l.er wild words
To tl.o notef of u hunter's horn,
'Tiis a liojie that stuytd urnl u hope thnt
Tn a Inner o'er Life's foa;
'Twus n clii that euiied where wild winds
O'er a iuture fair for me.
'I n us of radiant days where Aulumiuil haze
H .niK over the horizon's lilue;
"J was a inairieiil time in a liiiiRieftl lund
Where tiiiiyicnl iiwp itrew
Tin rc was naught l.ut som? in tho perfumed
And i he whispering winds that blew
l'ri'in the hills ufnr, to my coul teemed fair
A? flowers that ifladly irrew
Al'ove the prnvi s ol tho fallen braves
'Hint never teardrop knew.
Now time may come and time may ro
As Summer wiiuls follow the ISpriiifr,
lint never airnln shall May winds know
The conir the breezes sinif
When youth ah fair and debonair
Soun d hinh on a golden winy.
jBtiU'S Hi ley in the HoMon Transcript.
A Story of Early Days in Michigan.
i;y ir. n juhxson'.
( II.UTKIl xv.
l.oT IX T1IK WooIK.
"J lid you see Carrie in the woods to
day'.''' inquired Mrs. La Vergne. of 1'at,
as that individual deposited his ax out
side the do"r and came in to tea toward
the close of an afternoon several days
subsequent to the events narrated in
the last chapter.
"No ma'am." answered l'at. "Hasn't
she come back y it since before dinnery"
"No, and I can't imagine why she has
not returned. She went into the woods
about ten o'clock this morning, after
some specimens of llowers her father
told her he had seen y esterday, ami she
said she would certainly return within
an hour. I am quite alarmed on ac
count of her." And a shade of profound
anxiety rested upon her countenance.
"If l'aul and Julian return without
having met her, I shall think she has
met with some serious harm, or else she
While she was yet speaking, steps
anil voices sounded outside, and a mo
ment later Mr. La Vergne and Julian
accompanied by Raymond lieliiiont en
tered the door.
llauiiond had returned to his .Detroit
home some w eeks before, and the La
Vergiie family had not expected to see
him again until the next Summer; hence
his unexpected appearance at this time
was an agreeable surprise. He had
been sent to Kalamazoo by bis father
to transact some business for him. and
knowing this would bring him so near
his old hunting ground, he brought li,s I
gun with him. intending Intake a little
run into the woods for game after his
business should have been completed;
and there was still another purpose in
hii mind which prompted him to hur
ry away from the city and take a south
erly direction toward the forest, and
that was that he might meet Carrie La
Vergiie. for her image had long since
pre-empted a claim in his heart and
was a welcome squatter there.
lie gazed eager! v about tin; room aft
er he had shaken hands with Mrs. La
Vergiie and l'at, but he failed to tier-1
ceivo the object w hich his eyes sought,
here is ( arne." inquired .Mr. l.a
Vergne. after he, like Raymond llel-
nioiit. had swept the room with his
"1 don't know;" answeied Mrs. La
Vergne. "She has not returned since
she went into the woods this morning
in search of the llowers you mentioned
to her yesterday. Iliad hoped that you
would have met her, and she waited to
velum with you!"
"1 have not seen her," answered Mr.
J,a eigne 111 surprise. "The llowers I
mentioned to her, grew along the bank
ot the stream not more than a fourth of
a mile away from the house. Can it bi
the girl lias gone in the w rong direct ion.
anil wandered away until she has be
enme lost' She certainly would havi
returned to the house long before this
time if nothing had befallen her!" and
a shade of anxiety clouded his features
Mrs. La Vergiie sank back upon a
rlKiir and placed her hands upon her
breast as if to still the throbbingsof her
heart, as she gave utterance to an ex
pression of agony and alarm;
"O. mv poor child! She is lost ami will
be torn in pieces by the wild beasts! O
lioil.take care of her!"
"Amen!" fervent Iv responded all pics
ent. and Mr. La Vergne, perceiving
how overcome with grief and excite
ment his wife w.ts. proceeded to take a
more hopeful view of the matter.
"Perhaps it may not be so bad after
all;" said he in !( tone which he meant
foraeheerfnl one. hut the anxiety de
picted in his face plainly tohltl .it w hile
he tried to inspire the others with a
more hopeful view of the case, he was
far from feeling that hope himself. "I
perceive the table is ready." he added,
"and we will sit dow n and eat some
thing, end if she does not arrive before
we shall have finished, we w ill start out
to search for her. Conic wife," he said,
as Mrs. La Vergne slill sat in herchair,
almost overcome w ith grief and appre
hension at what might he the fate of
her child. "Come wife, it w ill not help
Carrie any to give way to grief. Try
mill cal suinctliiiiK, und llicn with full
stoiiiiii'lis, Wfcini litUcrdtteniiint' what
Mis. 'cri:iic (It'clart'il it would bit
imjxis.iilili' fur la r to cat iitivtliiii,' until
her chilil cuiilil lie fniiinl anil it-Muml
tulier. ittnl the rest sat ilovuiti the
talilc. hut nunc ate with their usual
jictilcs. The nu n forced themselves,
hurriedly tn swallow a few ni'nitlil'iils,
hut they did nut feel any hunger to sat
isfy. What little eating was dune was
licrfuriiRd in silence, thecals ufeach
intently listening forthe suundsuf fuut
hti lis tuitsidif that would tell them tho
in'sMng girl was returning.
.lust as they were rising from the
table they did indeed hear the sound of
ni'i'iuaching steps, and a gleam of hope
lighted the face of each, lmt it was
quickly dispelled, although they were
glad to see Mr. Morrison the preacher,
in the person of tliecomcr. lie greeted
tin in hy the familiar titles of I rothers
and sister, hut noting the anxiety that
was plainly to lie seen in their faces,
he looked up at Mr. La Vergiie inquir
ingly. Mr. La Vergne understood the ques
tioning glance, and hastened to answer:
"Our daughter Carrie left the house
this morning in search of .some llowers
I had directed her where to find, and
has not been seen since. We fear she
is lust or has met with harm. We a-e
about to start in search for her, and if
you will excuse us and sit down to the
tahle and take supper and try to
cheer my wife during our alienee, we
will set out."
"Thank you lirother La Vergne, I
took tea with a neighbor jn.st a half
hour ago, and I think the best consola
tion I can oiler Sister La Vergiie, will
be to join you in the search. 1 am cer
tain I can do much more good with ou
than I can here."
"Ves.pi with them M-r. Morrison."
pleaded Mrs. La Vergne, "for I know
you can render them valuable assist
ance, lint," checking herself as she
realized that her words might seem to
imply that she did not desire his com
pany ,"do not think rne inhospitable that
I would rather yon should go than re
main, but I know your know ledge of
the woods is great, and I believe you
can do much toward finding myeloid,
if she is not already dead." And she
shuddered as she thought of her child
being slain and torn in pieces by w ild
All were ready by this time, and Mr.
La Vergne. stepping quickly to the side
oi his w it'e. imprinted i! kNs upon her
cheek with the cheerful adniniiitiuii.
"Now don't worry. Mary: I would not
wonder if Carrie has strayulto one of
the neighbors ami stopped to take tea
willi 1 1 : iii before returning. 1 think
we will have lur back here all safe and
found within a couple oi hours at me
l!.:niond. who had been greally cast
down by grief and solicitude before,
brightened up when Mr. La eigne
said this, for he thought it more than
probable that such m'.jJiL be the case,
ami he began to anticipate the pleasure
of a long walk returning through the
woods with Carrie after they should
have discovered her enjoying a visit at
the house of the nearest neighbor.
With a word of consolation i'mm the
preacher to Mrs. La Vergne to the ef
fect that she might expect them all
hack again accompanied by Carrie in
the course of an hour or two, they all
l'hev carried their gunsmith them.
nut oiilv for defense in case thev should
meet a panther, bear or wolf, but id.o
to lire as signals in case they shotiM
find it necessary to separate in the
prosecution of the search
liv mutual consent they made then-
way to the house of the nearest neigh
bor about two miles distant, sangoiiv
that they would find her there: but
when thev arrived, they were sorely
disappointed upon being informed that
she hail been seen by none of the family.
Hy this time the sun had set and
darkness was rapidly rendering every
thing indistinct in the lorest.
Mr. La Vergne and his party wen;
greatly troubled and apprehensive. Mr.
llavnor and his son-m-law. Joseph w esi.
the bridegroom mentioned in a preced-
jujr chapter, volunteered' to assist in the
I search, while Mrs. llavnor said she
would hurry over and remain with Mrs.
I i Wi'iino during the absence of the
In the hope that Carrie might havf-
found her wav home since they left, all
agreed to return to the house of Mr. Lit
Vergne. taking Mrs. llavnor with them
Then, if Carrie were not there, the men
would start out anew, leaving Mrs
I Iaynor as company fur Mrs. La Vergne.
Arriving, they found Mrs. La ergne
still alone, who, upon Icarningthat they
had been unsuccessful, burst into tears
moaning that her child was dead
( MTeniig such words of consolation as
they could, the men took lanterns and
started out into the woods in different
directions, with the understanding that
in case anything should be discovered
ofthelostgirl.be who made the dis
covery, should lire his gun as a signal,
and all would at once repair to the spot
lint if nothing were discovered by mid
night, all were to return to the housi
liv this time it had been thoroughly
dark for more than half an hour, and as
the men. by the light of their lanterns,
picked their way through the woods,
ll..... I-....I tlw.ii- i.n, mw I iuiic emict.u.f.
uie ri H 11101 . ' '"'""
IV upon me aicu; aim occasionally can-
.i .1 ..1. ... 1 : . u 11
ed her name, so that if she were with
in hearing of their voices, she would
know thev were friends and were
searching for her.
The hours passed away. Midnight
came, and although the shrill scream
of a panther and the mournful howl of
a prowling wolf had been heard, no
sound of a gun had broken upon the air
of the forest.
Then each one turned his face toward
the house, and between tine and two
o'clock, all were congregated there
They had called at several houses to in-
quire it anything had been seen ol Car-
rie, but no tidings of the girl was re'
How ever, accessions had been made
to the party, for at least one man from
each house, and where there were more
OAIUO HUUETIN SUNDAY JlOliNIMi JUNK
than one man or large boy. all had
cheerfully turned nut to a-si;,t in the
search. forC.irrie v.n l.iu a -.. :.;id loved
by tlinii ;.l!.
II was a sad giuim .ill.ei, d in the
1 ,g linn-- of Paul La Vcie.ic. Ib.it i.i.d.t.
'i re c-: et .li uly of lur I,:'.i- el' hci'cleld
lieldi' ' J.'-.. L l V"T til,- si'l.,il: ! ill and
the kicd heaili I Mrs. llayinn did :.ll
in her puwer In alh bite her siillVring.
'J'he uld preai hi r j.ivc h r a suuihing
put imi w !iii h can . l In-r to slei p a poi
tinn of the time. The nu n sat around
the riu :n. speal.ing hut little, and that
little mostly in whispered monosylla
bles. Mr. La Verg;: . J::!ian and lhiy
niond sat apart IVoiii tl.v iA in sad and
silent grief. I'al satin a corner wit it
his face reeling up.. a his ha:. ds n:o-.l of
the time, as if to iiid the sorrow' lc
All were impatiently awaiting the
coming of morning when they would
have daylight to continue the s -arch.
At lenglli. light streaks beg.iii to
mount the cnuiern horhnn. and oii
after the woods were suil'icii'iit ly lighted
ll)i for their purpose.
Having forced themselves to swallow
a few itioiithfuls of fond, they slat d
out again. Mis, La r-ne was asleep
Vhcn the party sti.rted.au.l they thought
be-l not to aw. .ki n lu r, for it would d"
jin good, and sleep, and with it I'uige;
fuhicss. was a mercy to h.-r now while
the fate of her daughter was p.: o-. rt ;. i : i.
When the parlv entered the w... d .
l'at be dinned to Hay :11,1m! an ! h d I'-'.r.
aside w here their movements woel ' br
unnoticed and their conversation un
heard by the rest of the party.
lbiyinond looked pah' and hag'.; ' 1.
and it w as evhh nt tlie.t be w as in . ;!..
lightest sulTerer lVoiu the c.ihiuei . tY.t
had befallen the La 'i rgm f:in:!v.
When they had walked in sih-.-c.
Some little distance from the oiie.-.
l'at suddenly stopped, ami his roiu -.
ion did likewise, l'at tb-lil i tnt !y
placed the butt of his gun upon ;l e
ground, and crossing his hands over i;-.
muzzle, stood for a nioinent gazing
tently upon the carewuru face of II; -mond.
Then he sjioke:
"Misther JSoluiont. I
i't know a
ought to s:iv to oii what
and I don't know
said it before; bui
iday I've got. an'
wrong one. I've
but I ojght to h;;
after all. it's o'd'. :
I hope it may be
tried to git it nut
me head all night, luil it slays there
and kapes throubliu me more and
more." and l'at scratched his head and
looked duwn as if uncertain w hether to
proceed or no.
If it is any thing concerning Carne."
quickly exclaimed b',.y luoiid. "for
lleavi n s sake, tell it. Any clue, how
ever sliu.it. mav ne oi gn at importance
now! What is itV
"It's notion" but this." r plad P,.!.
thus encouraged to proceed. "VeMer
inurnin" while I was clmppin" in the
woods. 1 seed Pill Ifraxtou a sliulkiii'
mil mg the t ices a bit of a way oh i'r m
where I was cimppin . lie seemed m
be duiL'in' to kape out of me sight, and
1 sav t" mcs'.if say - I. the div'.l is only
thry'.n' to kape out of n sight, fur I
s'posed he v.oulun t be anxious to haw
me git me eyes on him alter g; in" him
ubbiif I did awhile ago. And so
I only smiled a hit to my sill', and
thought 110 hmre of it at t he t ime,
it's kept coriiiu into nc head s;nci
I can't drive it out tha' the eov.
ivil ha- sehiolcn the girl!''
"1 o you hie. m to say that y-u thi:
I!raxt"i.' has cairied the giil awa;, V" t
, , 11, 1
Cited. V 11.', iiiiei, iicim.
i'hat's jist it! And the uioi
if she is
01 11. 1 1 ! more 1 oe;ae 11.
n . .1 It.,... : . , !
"Then ( l"d help the pour gir
in the liuwer oi Coat iuoi,;,-i !
Mr. La Vergiie!"' he calh-.i.
The men were not yet out
md Mr. La ergne at o.u-i
Hall the tut u at once! 1 have Some
thing important to communicate!"
shouted I! i lnoiid. and his treinhling
tones and agiiati-d manin r be: raved
how Pat's recital had interc-ted hini.
The men were halted by a word from
Mr. La Vergne. and all came together
to listen to Pat's storv.
"J believe Pat is right. "exclaimed one
of the men after hearing what Pat had
to say. "1 km w something aboui this
llill Jiraxton and suspect a great deal
more. I think he is villain eimicrh to
do even a Worse deed than earrvm.f olT
a young girl, it" a w.use deed than that
were possible: and now. since we have
got on a new trail, it will he best to
change our plans somewhat. I haven
dog that is an excellent trailer, onlv he
is savage and would he likelv to tear
anything he trails, and for that reason
I did not think proper to use him in
search of the 1. I also have a hand
kerchief which llraxlon h it at my house
a few days ago when he was there and
was so abusive that I was compelled to
onier nun awav. with the threat of set
ting the dog upon him if he ever comes
about again. Here. John." speaking to
ms son. a hail grown lad who had join
eo in me scai eh. "Ilurrv home, get
Jigerand Ihaxton's handkerchief,
return as quickly as yon can!"
The hoy started away upon a run
Mr. La Vergne called him back:
"Mount one of my hordes." ,sihl
ne win cany yai
your own legs can!"
more quickly than
1 lie horse was brought out. the boy
mounted and was soon speeding rapidly
away in the direction (,' his home.
. ........... , ,, K , ,,,,
U II hill 1:1 :iti 11. or ... I I. 11..
lui seenverei w o 1
and me dog
't'j,r,.- leaoili" al
ng neck and neck be-
.Mr. .Murdy, tlieownerol thedog, took
the handkerchief from his boy. caused
the dog which was a line specimen (,f a
bloodhound, to smell it all over, and
1 1 1. : 1 . 1 : . . : . . .
men, niieaiwng 10 nun in a tone 01 com
"Find him. Tigi !"
The dog snuffed theair all about lrm
and then began to trot about the woods
in circles, with his nose to the ground
Kach succeeding circle he described
was larger, until he was at a distance
,,f iUre than half a mile from the start-
Then he stopped suddenly, snuffei
me ground careiuuy a moment, am
j 1 . . i 1 1 .
then, with a low whine, started olT in
tangent toward the stream.
The null followed on as rapidly as
y could go. and when they reached
stream, the do" was there before
in. running up ;.nd down its banks
f bewildi :- d.
hoi he ci os ed the ticain. run up
i down upon t lie o' her side, came
I, and placing him. i ll' in front of his
-lei. look! d up into his lace with a
To eft Cc,fVi i.i.
The Men With the Pig.
A few days ago two men, s:is the
Free l'n$, who were afterward found
to he iMroitcrs, arrived in 11 tow j
about fifty miles to the west of Detroit,
leading a pig. It was perhaps big
enough und heavy enough to he calljd
n hog, but they termed it 11 pig, und as
they turaod it over to tho care, of ihe
huiilliird at whose inn they proposed to
rest for tho night one of the men ex
plained: "Ho awful careful with that pig.
He's a daisy a new breed just from
Scotland. We've sold hiui to n farmer
out here for .V, and we don't want
anything to happen to hini."
The landlord locked the pig up and
then began to lliink and eogitale and
suspect. When tho strangers had genu
to bed he called in some of the boys,
"I've twigged the raeket; them two
fellows are sharpers, and that's a
guessing pig. To-morrow they will
give you a chance to guess at his
weight at Hi cents a guess, and you'll
be cleaned out only you wou'i! As
tho fellows sleep we will weigh their
pig and bent their game."
Nobody slept until the pig was taken
over to the scabs and weighed. He
pulled down 170 pounds to :t hair, and
the villagers went home and hunted up
their nieklcs and dreamed of pigs
am. I scales and sharpers tiirougl.o'.it
the remainder of the night.
Next morning the pig was led around
in front, and before .starting oil' on his
journey one of the ow ners remarked lo
the assembled crowd :
"( 1 ' 11 1 i 1 men, I'm going to weigh this
jig directly. May he some of you
w-i-u'd like to guess on his weight! I'll
take all guesses at Id cents each, and
whoever hits it gets fiftv cents."
This provoked a largo and selected
s'.ock 01 w.iiks ami smues, out no u:io
walked up until the pig man said that
mv one person couel guess as many
times as he cared to, provided a dime
accompanied each gue.-s. Then a rush
set in. Three or four merchants put
i;p o'J guesses each. A justice of the
peace took thirty. A lawyer said
emit twenty wou:d do tor him. lie-
fore there was a'iv h-t no in the
in-.ssiiig abot.t six Imndr.' 1 had b".'ti
registered and paid for. Kvery soul of
n gue--ed a! 1 1 u pouiiti -. It was cu
rious v. nai iihamiii.r, mere was in me
ue.s-.iiig, but the pig ne n didn't sc-m
lo notice it. hen all had been g:wn
1 chance the pig w as h d lo the scales.
and lo! las wcigi.i wai exact. y i,i
"lull sec, gLiitc-meii, explained
the spoke.-mati, "w;.iie ti.is anim.d
only weighs 17o pounds along about 11
o'ciocn to-night, we feed him about
live pounds of corn-meal in the morii
nf before weighing! You forgot to
take this matter inio eon-i'leratioii!''
Then somebody kicked the landlord.
:md no kii.K'M iiji; jusi.ee, ami mo
justice kicked a merchant, and when
the pig men iooke-l back from a di.s-
u:t lua me who.e town was out kicking
itself and throwing empty wallets into
To permit yoursiif and family to
With sicki.e-- whui it C'Ui be prcvente
mid cured eubi y
with Hop iiittei.-::!
II iving experience I h great deal of
"Trouble!'' from ind'ge.-ti' n, so much -o
tnat I cime near losing my
My trouble always csnu; :in taking (my
Ib,w,'i:r ll. lit
Foi two or three huiir- at a time I hid
to go Ihr, ligll !l,c ll,o:t
"A II' I the el, 1 V w,;y I ever got''
Wus by ihr .wiiig up ail my stomach
coataincd. No mi'; cm conceive the pains
thnt 1 had t go tint 'Ugh, unMl
I wus t'-.ki.n ! "So thnt or three weeks I
1 ly in be I imd
Cotlul i;nt nothing !
My fcUllV-iiegs wi-ie so thnt I railed t,vo
doctors to give me s- 111 thing tied would
Btop the pain ; their
Efforts were no ,od to inc.
At hist I hcird a good deal
"About your Hop Uiiters!
And determined to try them."
Got a bottle in four hours I took the
Next day I w;ia out of bed, und have not
Hour, from the srune cuu-e rince.
I have ri coiuiiii uded it to hiuuiri ds of
others. You huve m, such
"Advocate lis I till."- Geo. Kciuiull
Allston. 1'iobtoii, MnH.
Colnn.bii.s Advoc.a'c, Texas', April 21, 'S3
Dear Editor: I hive tiied your Hop Hit
ters, ami tind they nre good for any com
plaint. The best" m. "Heine I ever used in
my lnmily. H. Tai.k.nku.
Ndin! (."mil'ti' witliuilt H Imtu'li of Krecn
lliipx on tliu whin- HiDi'l. MIIIII nil tli vuu (loin
onmiH vliill wltb. "iloii ' i:r '-iliil'n" iu tlielr niiiiiu
Is ft tvjm nf Cutiiiuh
naviiii' iiiTiiunr "viiin
tomn. It if nttcudeil
by an iiilliiiueil coitill
lion el tliu lining mem
linuie or I in: iiO'tnle
I eiir-d 0 e I f mill lliront
nil cllcir tliu 1 11 11 (J !
All tic riil mill-lid I
H"cn'li'il. llieiliBi liurjjo
In mi. 0111 1 mlfil wi'.li
; alnful 1 urnlnir M'iiiiv
lion. Tim u uro mv
ITU KIlKHUll" llf Hllt'l'Z'
a 111 ir. rr qiti'iit atlacki
ol lli iliii; ni'iiii ii iii'
a w tu-ry And Inlliime
I II I r of thu cyi'P
Kly'n (' t-n 111 Iln'ii'. Ik a
romi'ily loiimli'il on a
correrl (1Iiu:iiOiii of IIiIh (I'mi'iiie nnd citl liu ilc
punilnl iipnn. fill1, at ilrlHtu; li)c. by null.
Hutniil'' lmttl'' liv timil inc.
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C17 St. Charles Su Si'. LOUIS, MO.
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PAUL G. S01IUH,
Sfc.'i'il At-'t.-. in tliis t.'.tv,
T II K
jiutual Life & Accident
AT CAIIIO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dicoinlii r, 1883, ruilii' tlie
law ol' 18B3.
Sii( ceor to Widows and Orphan Muttul Aid So
ciety, 0'kiiiiI.i"1 July 4ih, 1877, ucd'ir
thu laws of 10TJ.
.K IIN II. KolilSSoN...
WAI. St HA 1' i' N
J. A. UOLlisTINK
C. V. UIJNMMl
I'rem ,Ieii t
BOARD OF DIREtTOKS fou 1-vr YEAR.
Wm. Strnttnn, Striitton P.iril, iTci-.eri", Cairo, II'.,
J. A. (.oiili'lliie, oIUoIiIhIIiiu A Iliii"eiiwaler, iicio
nilo and ri'I'ill dry (jiocl; U. W. Dutinliift, M. I).;
rre. Ild. Med hx., for I ciiaIoiia; Alhurt I,uwl..
coiiitnlxHlun mercliant; ,1. II. HoliiiiHon, connly
JiiilKC mi ' notary public; Wm. K. l'ltchcr, com.
Iiroker anil liiuranro aiteiit; It. Il.'llalnl, ci I y
wrei't Biipervinnr; Al. I'lnllli a, carpenter and hillld
cr; 'I boiniia l.ewl, attorney and nucrctarT f..v.
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ciiAhler of l iiiitetiiiial Hhiik, Aahluy, 111.; Al lcrt
lliiyden, ciiKliier of Ouorire ('onnully As Co., Spring,
llelil, 11 ; II. M liu n n, iittorncy-Ht liiw, Hit) Ka.i
dolpli mii'i't, Clilcnuo; Hon. Hunt. A. llatclior, at.
toriii'v-at laiv, ClnirluHton, Alii ; II. I.cIrIiIou,
canlilnr l''irft Niitlotml Hank, htuurt, Iowa.
l.ielii'K and Ui'Dtlumon can find a
liruil'iilile I'lnplnMiiiiiii at, Hicir iwn
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liv mull any dlptiinrc No aiiiiuii lor reply. I'liano
aililri'AH I'imwN MAMI'Ml'Tl'i l.Nti i'(j m
Kuco St., C'inclunnti.