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i t, iiml sword to the plioul-
Smitel iho mlvaiirr! Never call thr rotreutl
r-t 'Df nroii fair, not. tl mini mil look holder,
liuiimiv iii iliartfer, to rido down tlio
I w nil tlio windows, the rPtfinirnt rniso,
tilery wiii cover the old colors Hint droop;
l.etc luilus the eyes tind ti:o line of thelitis-
Somebody nods to tlie Pride, of tlio Troop.
Ihi-I on h!s helmet, and fword thnt Is broken;
N imd the recall to tlie seiittertnir men;
V,i tery wnveiu, with death for ItH token;
Hundred return to us. Whero are tiio ten?
Li ne in n rhnnihor n niniden U wrcpinjr
Kyis thnt have eparkled with Borrow can
liead on the bntt'efleM heroes aro Bleeping
somebody prays lor the Piido of tho Troop.
l.nnrel on helmPt, n sword thnt is rusted,
outlier tin.- women nnd lnnrshiil tho men I
lienor Is iiie to the soldiers wc trusted;
I liter for tho hundred but woep for the
Out from the crowd a younc maiden is lifted,
Lilted on Khoulders that unllantly stoop;
I. firs me loH'otten, nnd sorrow litis drilled,
N.inol.ody kibdi-8 the I'ride of the Troop.
THE TAHLKS TLKXi:i).
When I wa3 a young girl, my undo,
who had a largo factory, found, ono
Saturday morning, that tho confiden
tial clerk, who always went to town to
'Iraw tho money with which to pay tho
'sands at livo o'clock, had been taken
with a violent attack of inllamrnatory
-licumatism, and was unable to attend
to tho business. To go himself was to
tjreak an engagement which was of tho
lirst importance, and ho was lamenting
tho fact in my prosencc.
"It s a hundred pounds out of my
ockot to lcavo this afternoon," ho
said, "but there s no ono ol.se, and my
men and women all need their mono v.
Why aren't you a young man, Jessie?''
"Can't a young woman draw money
from a bank?" I asked.
"Yes, certainly sho can," said my
"Very well," said I, "let nio go. I'll
'.ako tho gig and bo back in no "timo."
"It's a stranrro errand for a young
woman," said my uncle; "but it's day"
light, and no ono will know what you
!iavo got about you. You may go, Jes
!', but I shall bo very anxious until I
; en you again."
Ik' fore ho had ceased speaking I had
lurried away to order tho horso to bo
:uit to the gig, and get on my cloak
It was a cloar bright winter's day,
:tnd I drovo to town without nnv un
usual iucideut; went to the bank, drew
itio money, put it into a leather bag,
w hich 1 hid under my cloak, and started
oil again, lhero now seemed nothing
ocforo mo but to drive- home as fast as
1 could, but my story will provo that I
Just as I took tho reins in my hand
an old woman hailed me. I reco"--tii.od
her as tho mother of ono of our
factory hands an Italian, who had
iiever seemed very prepossessing to mo.
"I beg pardon, miss," sho snkl, with
her peculiar accent, which I should
iind it impossible to imitate; "but will
my son get his pay to-day? They told
.no tlio hands would not be pan., and I
"Yes, yes," I answered. "Don't be
afraid. They will bo paid. Jilr. lVlli
i o is sick, but 1 havo como to got tho
money myself. It U all right."
"Thank Heaven!" said tho old wo
man; "wo are so very poor at homo,
"very penny is gone by Saturday night.
Ah!" and sho jjavo a littlo "-roan. "
"What is it?" I asked.
"The rheumatism in my ankle," said
t he. And if miss would but let mo
ride, with her to my house. It is on tho
"Get in," I said, and turned tho
horse so that sho could do so. It was
iot livo minutes drivo to tho old wo
man's home, and my bag was safe on
i iy arm under my cloak.
Sho climbed in with mo with an ex
pression of tho wish that I mi.'ht al
ways bo able to ride in my carriage
and wo reached her poor hut very
Ry this timo Iter knee had becomo so
much worso that I was obliged to get
down and lift her out, and assist her
into tho house.
"It was sitting on tho cold stops, I
suppose," bho said. "It was foolish,
but I was ho anxious. You don't know
what it is to be poor. Ah, if 1 had but
a cup of tea. Miss, will you reach mo
my tea-caddy? My kettlo boils, and I
can mako some."
I did as sho asked me. Thero was
plenty of time, and I felt sorry for tho
Sho mado tho tea, and seeming to
grow better, limped to a shelf and
took down two cups and a sugnivbowl
Tho plate was very clean, and tho
tea was fragrant. She filled both tho
cups and begged mo to drink one.
"It is so cold," sho said.
It was cold, but I was growing im
patient. "I eaunot stay," I said.- "This bus
incss of mino is important, you know."
"Yes," sho said, "but how Ion"
would it take to drink a cup of tea?"
Hut 1 had walked to the door. Thero
I received an unpleasant surprise. My
gig was gone. A boy went whUtlin"
along tho 'road ut that moment. 1
called to him and asked him if ho had
seen it. Ho answered no.
i I ran up tho road ami then down, but
aw nothing of tho horso and vehiclo.
! At last I returned to the cottage, in
tending to enquire whero 1 could hiro
Tho old woman replied that she was
now so much better that sho could
inanago to get to her nearest neighbor,
who would do anything for her, and
puuko him send mo homo in his wagon.
"Meanwhile, drink your tea, or I
jhaU think you too proud to out la a
poor man s lionso.
Then sho left mo.
I laughed and sat down at tho table.
I was not an excitablo person, and not
nt all nervous, and 1 resolved to drink
1 had just drawn tho cur towards nm
when my eyo rested on a bit of paper
lunula Heir. weii up ana tossoil towards
tho lire, which had not, however, more
vnan seorencu it.
I shall always bclievo that it was my
guardian angel that mado mo pick it up
and open it, for I had nono of tho sort
of curiosity that would naturally havo
impcucu mo to sucn an act
It was covered with writing in a bluo
pencil, which was used considerably In
mo iaciory, anu it was in Italian.
My kuowledgo of tho languago was
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Buiueieni to cnauto mo to read n.
Judgo of my horror when Ihaddouo
so, tor tins was its tenor;
"Mother, llipfhnnce has como to mako our
fort u no. 1 win! this by tlio littlo Amerleuti,
who cannot rend it; but burn it at once.
"Mr. TuHico is ill. Tho vonnir Imlv urm
draw tho money from tho bank. Get her to
our house, somehow. You nro briirht eneujfh
to do It if you choose. Mako her drink some
vea it you can, anu put with It tho powder i'l
the littlo blue hottlo. Jf you ennnot do that,
too knife. Then take tho money nnd ko to
you know w here-nnd I will meet you. He.
member sot tho horse on its road first of nil."
For ono moment I felt that I must
faint. Then I said to myself."
"Courago nlono can save mo."
1 had tho paper in my bosom, and
drew my cup towards mo.
At this instant tho old woman re
turned. I knew that sho had not boon
to her neighbor's, and I saw a liendish
look in her black eyes.
"All is right," sho said; "tho wagon
will bo hero soon. Hut you do not
drink your tea?"
"Take somo more- yourself," I said.
Sho lifted up tho pot, poured out a
cup, and smiled at mo tho smilo of a
Judas. As sho did so, 1 spoko sud
denly: "I think your dress is on (ire," I said.
Sho turned sharply, lu that instant
I changed our cups.
"It was nothing," sho said, turning
towards mo with a laugh; "a rag in
tlio lire, perhaps. Wo buy .ro?uso
I took up my cup. Sho lifted hers,
aud swallowed it at a draught.
"Tea is good," sho said.
I sinned mino slowlv. Sho watchod
mo with diabolical satisfaction, but I
saw her face beginning to llush fright
fully. lu a moment moro sho fell back in
her chair with a terrible groan.
"You are ill?" I said.
"Yes," sho answered; yes, I suffer:
Ah, my God, I suffer! What havo you
done? 1-1 "
Sho clutched something within tho
bosom of her robe. A knife gleamed
in tho air, but as sho lifted it sho fell
at length upon the lloor.
Trembling iu every limb 1 rushed
from tho house, made my way to tho
nearest dwelling, told my story, and
besought those who listened to lly to
tlio woman's aid. They did so, but it
was too late!
Iloi'seMioos for Luck.
The principal gateway at Allahabad
h thickly studded with horseshoes of
every sizo and mako. Thero aro hun-
ilroils of them nailed all over tho croat
gates, doubtless tho offering of many a
wayfarer who has long since finished
his earthly pilgrimage. Wo could not
find out what was tiio exact idea con
nected with this custom probably tho
same notion of luck as wo atfach to
finding a horseshoe, especially ono with
the old nails still in their place. Wo
afterward noticed that tho sacrod cates
of Somnath, preserved in tho fort at
Agra, aro similarly adorned. It re
minds us of that curious old manorial
rite still kept up at Oakham, in Rut
landshire, whero every peer of tho
realm is bound tho first timo ho enters
tho town to present a horseshoo to bo
naiiod on tho old portal, which is well
nigh covered with theso lordly tributes.
it is sanl tnat in caso any contuma
cious peer should refusoto pay this tax
the authorities havo a right to stop his
carriago aud levy their blackmail by
unshoeing ono of his horses. To avert
so serious an annoyaneo tho tributo
shoo is generally ready, somo being of
enormous sizo and inscribed with "tho
name of tho donor. Whether theso
Eastern horseshoes wcro taxes or offer
ings I cannot toll, but it is certainly
very curious to obscrvo how widespread
is the superstitious revcrenco attached
to this particular form. It has been
suggested, aud apparently for somo
reason, that in ancient pagan times
it may havo been a recognized symbol
in serpent worship, and henco may
havo arisen its common uso as a charm
against all manner of evil. Tho rc
semblanco is obvious, moro especially
to that species of harmless suako which
is rounded at both ends, so that head
and tail aro apparently just alike. Tho
crcaturo moves backward or forward
nt pleasure; heneo tho old belief that
it actually had two heads and was in
destructiblo, as even when cut into two
parts it was supposed that tho divided
hands would seek ono another and re
unite. It stands to reason that in a
snake-worshiping community such a
creature would bo held in high rever
ence. Kven in Scotland various an
cieut snako-liko bracelets and orna
ments havo been found which seem to
favor this theory, and at a very early
period both snakes and horseshoes
seem to havo been ciieraved as symbols
on sacred stones. Wo hear of tho lat
ter having been sculptured, not only
on tho threshold of old London houses,
but even on that of ancient churches
in various parts of liritain. And in
tho present day wo all know tho
Idea of luck connected with iindln
one, and how constantly they aro naiP
cd up against houses, stables, and
ships as a charm against witchcraft.
In Scotland, all parts of Knglaud, and
Wales, anil especially in Cornwall
(whero not only on vans ami omnibus
es, but sometimes even on tho grim
gatc'3 of tho old jails), wo may iind
tli if curious traco of ancient supersti
tion. Whatever may havo been its ori
gin, it certainly is remarktiblo that it
should survive both in lintain and
Hindustan. The (knlkmun'a Maga
zine. Senators Harris and .Jackson, of Ten
nessee, have presented to tho Whito
House a porlraitof tho widow of ox
rrcsideut Pulk-an admtrablo copy of
the llealey portrait, tho gift of ladies
of leuncsseo and other southern states.
THK DAILY CA1HO BULLETIN:
A substitute for geuuino human hair
Is now made out of tho inner lininr of
tno dim of tho palmetto tree. It can
oo mado of any length and dyed any
j. wum'v nan is taking an active
A 1 I 1 I . i .
interest in London politics. Ho is fol
lowing in tno footsteps of Judah V
benjamin as an "American counsel,"
ami is very succisiul, too.
a iusuu (,.. .) man has a curi
osity in tno siiapo ot a lemon and
irango combined. On Ono side is a
periect lemon skin and tho juico sour,
niuiu mo ouier is an orango and sweet
Mr. Corson, in tho Journal dc l'hur
viw:u; says that a nieco of bornv
ing two or three grains will, if allowed
to dissolvo slowly in tho mouth of a
singer, removo all traco of hoarseness.
Iho Abyssinian mountainooi' i-o,.
riors frequently banquet on masses of
law anu steaming beef, freshly cut
iioni tno receutlv slau btonni f.noct
They uso a seasoning composed of salt
mm iuu pepper.
Guadalupe county, Texas, claims tho
honor of tho lirst conviction for fence
cutting under tho new law. Tho fenco-
cutter was tricii, convicted, and sent
enceu to ono year's imprisonment
llio reeeut report of tho National
Hoard of Fire Underwriters shows that
no fewer than 2,872 hotels in tho
United States havo been destroyed by
liro during tho past eight years, an av
erage oi oou yearly,
Few cities in this country contain so
much beauty within their limits as Sa
vannah, (in. Twenty-four parks, or
squares, each with several "acres of
tall trees ami smooth lawns, adorn dif
ferent parts of tho city, and givo
uruiimuig piaces lor uio lnnauitants.
It has been decided by tho British
courts that when a person insured has
not been seen or hoard of for seven
years, according to evidenco by rola-
iious or oiners, tno presumption is
death, and the company must pay up,
Tho streets of Washington resemble
a tulip bed in bloom just after four
o clock every afternoon, when tho va
nous departments havo disowned
their thousands ot clerks. Gay toilets,
new fashions, flowers, feathers and
furbelows give a bright
A girl living at Short
broke her collar-bone
last winter. Recently
tho bono was
found to have lapped
over an inch
J lad tho discovery been postponed a
iew mourns suo would havo lost tho
uso of ono arm. Iho bono was sawed
in two aud reset.
Camels utterly wild may bo scon on
tho desert lands at tho head of the Gulf
of California, whero they find a con
genial Homo aud multiply steadilv
1 hose aro a remnant of alieid which
many years ago was imported by tho
Government to act as beasts of burden
in Ivow Mexico and Arizona.
Thero is a kind of monkey in Mada
gascar that throws stones so hard and
well-aimed that tho natives seldom try
to capture a specnuon, but ono lias
been brought to New Haven, where its
fierceness in Hinging whatever missiles
it can jret hold of causes visitors to
keep at a respectful distance.
Three tramps commanded a woman
at Crestline, Ohio, to cook a broakl'ast
fbr them. Sho said coolly that slio
Would do it; but sho brought iu a.
cocked pistol instead of food, and they
fled for their Jives. Sho hail moro
bravery than streugth, however, and
has sinco been a raving maniac.
A number of tho First Corps of tho
Army of the i'otomac, whilo at Frede
ricksburg, Va., recently visited the
Alsop farm. One of tho party handed
a son of Mrs. Alsop, who was present, a
$5 bill, saying: "On this day twenty
years ago I stolo a side of bacon from
your mother, and 1 want you to "ivo
her this to pay for it." n
Paul Morphy, of New Orleans, tho
greatest chess player of tho world, is a
gently demented wreck. A very small
man, spare of llesh, scrupulously nt at
and stylish iu dress, cane in hand, up
and down ho goes jabberinir softly to
himself. His insanity, not alwavs ap
parent, was not caused from over itudv,
but from tho loss of a lawsuit.
England to gratify
poultry doalcrs and
appetite of tho rich
of plover Cijgs in
tho greed of the
for these dainties
nas occn so groat mat lears are enler
tainod of tho extinction of the birds.
About 2j0,000 of plovers' c;rgs reaeli
tlio London markets every ""sprint.
Tho nests aro robbed and robbed again
until tho poor birds aro cxhausted'and
can lay no more.
An English statistician maintains
that tho daily increase of w.calth in the
United States is upward of $:.'., ijuo,.
000, or about 000,1 mo a year,
which is ono-third as much as the cn
tiro increase iu wealth of tho whole of
tho rest of tho world. England, whoso
incrcaso in wealth is next to our own,
makes only a profit on all her business
of .f300,0i'0,00ij a year, or but little
over a third of our own.
It is proposed that a railroad shall
be built along tho Pacific coast to tlio
extremity of Alaska, whero a ferry
across Hchring's Strait, would connect
with tho Russian railway system, and
virtually grant tho traveler an over
land passage into Europe. The scheme
is not yet clearly developed, and it is
hardly worth the whilo of seasick tour
ists to place any dopendenco upon that
routo for a hundred years to como.
Mmo. Auban-Moet, tho wife of the
Parisian wino merchant, died a short
timo ago at Seville, leaving a fortune
of 60,000,000 francs. In her will
sho said: "I bequeath all of my fort
tino to my husband, but in case ho
should rcfuso to accept it, or should dio
before I do, all of my fortuno shall go
to Prince Victor Napoleon Bonaparte?"
Tho husband accepted tho fortuno.
Captain James B. Eads, tho famous
engineer, says ho received a draft for
2,000 for an hour's speech before a
committeo of tho House of Lords
against tho proposed canal to connect
tho harbor of Liverpool with Manches
ter, England. "I endeavored to prove,
and evidently succeeded," ho ex
plained, "thai while it would help
Manchester, by making it virtually it
seaport, it would ruin tho harbor at
According to a recent rule of tho
Western Union Telegraph Company,
operators are obliged i send their
messages exactly as they are written,
following the spelling, no mailer how
iucorrect it may be. How would it
work if newspapers were to adopt a
similar rule regarding their published
communications? Thero would .some
times appear some very unique speci
mens of spelling reform. tijrinu!J
There seems to be a good deal of dif
ference bolwei n the authorities in F.u
gland as to how much a "suiokable"
cigar costs. Sir Henry Wo! If told the
Jluii.o of Commons the other night that
"decent" cigars might bo had for Its.
(id. per hundred that is to say, for a
littlo more than 2 cents apiece. The
London Tuiu u on tho other hand, as
sures its readers that a "fair" ciga.'
can be had for iiinepeuco or a shilling
equal to L'l cents.
A theater manager drops this hint:
"If every theater-goer should, once in
a while, take out his watch and note
carefully the time il takes a leiuivly
orderly crowd to get out of tho houo
he will bo surprised, lint convinced
how slmrt the lime really is, and how
much more danger exists from a crush
than from a life behind, there would bo
furnished the best guaranty against
accidents in case ot lire tno public
Hishop Whipple is an interesting
character in Minnesota. A corres
pondent recently journeyed to Fair
bauit and spent the day with the old
niisiioiiary. "Mis work is well nigh
ib. no upon earth," writes tiio corres
pondi'M, "but it was beautiful to see
his heavenly face and listen to his
htiMibie wm'iis oi tru-,1 iu Christ. Ho
t"id tip' that in bis nearly forty years
iiiipiii.: lie' iii'i:a.')s lie iiaa ridden over
in. isaml miles on horseback."
inaeli makes an evollent dish if
cooked in this way: Wash in several
waters boil till tc..!i'., then rub it
through a colander. Tut a lump of
butter in the frvinir pan, and then put
the spinach in; salt it well. When it
is very hot add two or three table
spoonfuls of cream. Spread on butter
ed toast, ("it in thin slices, or serve as
a garnish wii.i lowl.s or with sprm"
s or cookies are made of
f two eggs, (dit! i.a. cup
etui of sugar, one-haif cup
of milk, on
of butler, two scant tcaspooniuls of
aking powder; flavor with rose, use
Hour euougii to mako a thick batter;
butter small tins, ami tint tho batter
into them until they aro half full.
Bake in a quick oven; while they are
hot, and before vou t'iko th 'in out of
tho tins, dust powdered sugar over
An orange short-cake helps to arivo
variety now, when apples aro becoming
tasteiess, and the housekeeper's stores
of canned fruit are rapidly diminishing'.
To out! quart of llour allow two table
spoonfuls of butter, two small tea
spoonfuls of baking powder; mix with
cohl water and do not make a stiff
dough. Bake in ono cake, split open
ind spread slices of orange over it,
scatter powdered sugar over and cut
in squares, and servo with pudding
Veal requires moro cooking than any
meat except pork. It is too dry to
broil, and is best fried and served with
cravy. Jt should be fried slowlv, and
if (hero is not enough of its own fat to
fry it, a littlo fresh suet will answer.
ici , , ,
m iieu ii, js done, remove me meat to a
platter and pour somo milk into tho
pan, adding a small piece of butter if
you think it will not bo rich enou"h.
Moisten some Hour with a littlo mi it.
uitl stir it into the milk iu tho nan.
Tho gravy will bo colored a beautiful
rowu from the iuics of the meat that
have dried on tlio pan, if it is well stir
red. Beat up an egg and stir it into
tho gravy just before taking it up, and
then pour it around the meat.
It is a good plan to vary the manner
in which you flavor tho roast of beef;
this can be done by squeczin" the
juico of half a lemon over it and put
ting tho other halt inside the roast.
Another way is to put half a carrot.
ono small onion and a littlo parsley in
tho dripping pan, and tho roast over it.
Do not bo led by any bad adviser to
put ono drop of water into your driii
ping pan until you have tried tho ex
periment of roasting beef in this way.
It makes a striking difference in tho
llavor of the meat. The outsido browns
over quickly, the juico is all kept with
in, and tho meat is tender in' conse
quence of this.
Strawberry short-cako made out of
layers of short-cake, should bo in tho
usual manner, and sweetened straw.
berries. Tho short-cakes aro baked in
liio plates, and should bo about half an
inch thick when done. As soon as
they aro taken from the oven thov
should bo split and buttorod "onerously
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viuuu uui, xiu siiawoerries should
havo been previously hulled, mashed
with a silver fork and made very sweet
a littlo cream mixed with them boin-r a
great improvement. For seven "or
eight persons the following proportions
would answer: Short-Cake One ouart
of siftod llour, ono teaspoonful of salt,
ono evcu teaspoonful of soda, or two
tcaspooniuls of baking powder, a quar
ter of a pound of butter and lard, and
half a pint of milk. Layers of Straw
berries Ouo quart of fresh, nice straw
berries, ono teaeupful of white sugar,
ami ono gill of cream. Arrango"lho
layers thus: First, on a largo dish or
plate put tho split half of a short-cake,
tho buttered side up, then cover it com
pletely with a layer of the prepared
strawberries, then another cake, but
tered shlo up, until the pile is completo
when the crust side should be on top,
dotted over with fresh, whole berries,
and sprinkled thickly with line e-ranu-laled
sugar. A small glass ol riuU
milk completes tho feast.
In many places on iho Paeiliic coast
they aro now getting up what are call
ed basket and weight socials. The
programme for sueh a parly reads
about as follows: Each lady will bring
a basket containing supper for two.
Tho baskets will be placed iu the hands
of a committee who will number them.
Numbers will be placed on slips of pa
per to correspond with tho baskets.
Tho gentlemen will draw these slips.
Then each will get his basket which
contains llio name of the lady, lie then
finds his lady, conducts her to the scale
to bo weighed, and pays ono cent per
pound for her and her basket.
llio I.osl Itivcis ol' Idaho.
One of llit! most singular features in
the scenery of iho territory of Idaho is
the occurrence of dark, rn'cky chasms,
into which creeks arid largo Micams
suddenly disappear an I are never more
Keen. The llssuivs are old lava chan
nels produced by tho outsido of tho
mass cooling and forming a tube,
which, when the fiery stream was ex
hausted, has been left empty, whilst
the roof of the lava duct, having nt
somo point fallen in, presents there tho
opening into which the river plunges
and is lost. At one place along iho
banks of the Snake, ono of these rivers
appear, gushing from a cleft high up
iu the bas.iliie walls, whero it leaps a
cataract into the tom tit below. Where
this stream has its origin, or nt what
point it is swailowcd up is absolutely
unknown, uLoii.-h it is believed that its
sources arc a long wav up in ihc north
country, lc-ides 1,,-t
ncls oi living stream
iluils are ir iiienl!y
with the ic't ma.3.-i.'s
m iiig t!.
.'en never eniire-
... one species of spider the fe
300 times larger than the male,
husband in those families dncn'
to tell his wife that ho is "inst
down to the
dub for a few miuutes.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache. Headache, Toothache.
Note Thrum. Sttellli,.. Sprnlnn, llruUn.
Illll Seal, I.. I rn.l llll,- , '
ind aii, to ii tu in, mi v i-tiit ,nrs.
80,1 I, Druftotl ., I I .j. ,,, rv.'.rip, ir-v (,, ( fcuu,
Mr.rtmn. in 11 I i,
TIIKt III WIUXA. WUI I I IICO.
mnemtM i. . t ouiuu uo mitiaorr, B.I., f.B. A.
i n lie' rn'cH ol the to;:r!-t, comiaiTt lul trtvrler
"d fit.-. lb ittcper'n sti.mmh Hltt.-n R
ici i.il.'ir.y ll snice !I trie u" Il 1,9 the (llfif-
iii.iu:, niei nruri n tie: pi v-n tfl n 'Ti'i. to
uiih.;n:tiiliii li !bi ;:i . ". It r ii.uvb ki.U ,r. v, n'n
ui wiiriiu e ver. cott .n'loli. Vino,- il.in.K.
-tiuooatvi. in.! Ki.iiifv. ntt l-:.l..-r. mil enriohen
J- vte.i a- imriiH's hi, .j, V. v,.r, umu hy
rilllL'1!''. W'ill'tle r nii'Mn! nr i,l, i !,.,.l o
" ' "" l"'" " n ruiui'i.e oatYe nt reti'-Weil
pir'-i.ui niei remiiirt
1 or Mlc by nil dm, U nnl i!c .Htj .
linn '..ri4 .i.,..UT u
f'lia,,,:., f,,r it mi, k
&i,'l b-arty a. tl, n lu
:Ju iif:i;tO.,i:i. Ketatl,A.
frick lutlieJUck, Si.li. or Kip. N'-urnluMt, Stiff Jvinu
nil Mim ic, s..r.' ( In .-t. Ki'lm y Tmm.lm i.nil all wilm
or cite ill, it . rul i Til.', p-stj.ie,). It s,.thi'j. stttnvtli.
rnn itnl stimulat, j tin itrt, TI,o vu-tuo. uf h'.j,s cora
hiri, J with triii'i.-1 'in ami rwlv riimlv. Su,ori',r to
liriiinfi.t-t. ltl,,Ls mill B-tlvtu. iTicc ctitd or 6 fur
H.oi). Si.M l,y ilru.r
f i it j ami ck ii n t ry
M'lri'-i. Mail, il on ro
ci'ipt nf -,ri"o. .;,
I'lfixt'T Cfnpany. l'r
linctnri. ilmtim. Mh. s.
I irUwUwi family - ill m.vli Haul, v'.
I.twr l'il!. av. I I, :i, nnt In n, tt. nnti,'i.r
Electric Appliance! aro sent on 30 Oavt1 Trill,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG Ci? OLD,
"ITTIlii ar.' siiir.-rln from Nmivnus DttniUTT,
V l."-r Vii'.o.irv, i,Am ur Nkhvb IVuteg Ann
t i.iti. Wakti.vi u iuk:,'kusp., ini'l.ill ttioai; lli.eaa t
t a I'l.ii-'.v.ti, Nati kb ri'MilttiiK fr,,m aiii-jks on. I
i.Tlll.ii ( -ks. t.",-ly r. li, f nil 1 r,,ni.li't rpnt.i-
l'.ll,il,il IlKM.Tn.M.lellilllcl MNII,Ilil'AIUSTESB.
1 1." tt.iii.t 'llM"iv,'. y ,,f thu Niii..,'.-nlli c. ntiiry.
S.-I..I ut ,,1.,'t' fur llluHtratuil I'ainphli't frt.0. Afi.lresj
y TAIQ BELT CO., MA3SHAU, MISH.
Thntl.iAn'lMnfrniiK.r Ncr-.nm DrUHl r, nnn-
ul mitt (ilivrlt nl wt.nkr !. lmt niiiiiti.nil,nfr
vutm iiHtnttlii), tim H'rtiiltd nt iiini-.-i.'ti'.in(
BlruiiK raf tli (loit 11 wliU iiris.HT rn' irhipiH in-, it. ti
inti-....ir. m, a ii.ii,.,-C I I Klltl
Hoi 3ia,e.k..JUliii. NVBIl a lltliwl
"nn infnihhu mrr fur rilen.
iTice V I , at diwfiHl, or
icnt nri'tiahl hy mull, hainplc
A farnrllB twRcrlntlon of ene Of lh
most nnlwl ami mn'risriil n'lf.-iallfllfl In thoU. .S,
friow r..ilri'1i fir tlioniri-of .Vrrroti IfrbiHtth
!( .Tf (rnioorf, MXlA-ti.'nn nn1 Jfrfui, K-nl
luiiluiuauul''Uuuvul.iit'rtie, tiluyijisiiiiinu U.lil,
AildrBH DR. WARD & CO., Ljuitianj. Ma,
hu. I ill hDtTTM O.AKiC hr,, ( lilr, iKf
Ulillltiail Ii mill tioAtllic All I'rl-
Vftlo, NurTdiin, Uuunlc ni Niprla dl.
Irn'ittm Uy i, Kcmnlfj illmtaiipl, ttr, tVn
Rultiloti I't-tmuiailv, nr by letter fro
Mr, Kmh l Id mity jihjplfUti In tli
Pit Hint wPIKtil fnea nr tin iibv A
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Honest Old Ahe.
Ahrnlitim M.icoln hu- n utroius bark. OHiem
may UymK n..hHoU- (..,, ror.m IMkH,er"
OFFITKIi'S "f wr wl.o were i
iii lt-( UIO..I.
to their Inter,.-. , . . V. ' "'u,',,:r' llllil It
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Tho Science of LiiV. Only Si
nv mail ro.sr-PAii).
A Great Medical Work on Manhood
KxlmiiMi',1 V.t'ii'ty N.-rvntiH l ,y-lral IK-.
MI 'v. l'ism.,1,,,,. D.-ci,,,,, , M fowl t
i. . I,, hi,,! ,.i!, -niy..,! ... Irim, ,, '.
, or I'xc,-., h . hk In.- ever, ,,,. your.,,,
-" i"lti!il. Itro.i'uiiisl iOpr,.,,;-!.,,,,;
who-'.err"rVV",r lv ,hu A,h"f.
o.ur h..f,.rt'f.'l toih.-lot of ,,y ,l,v,i, .
pn-'t". l oiiml ir i.i iiioiui r r, tll h Inn-,ii ,.,'.
HO.l . OVCTB. I'll ie,t, ftlll!OI,t... ll In l, ,, fl,,,., .,..
CV, ry C'li-e-ln. rh lit: Ir t . M,,.,,. t.,,l .....r....
OLal than !!: olLr w.uli a, .1.1 tr,' .."
fcrJ-J HI o.' tl.u li, it,..y : ,t. r, B,k., , ,.V(.ry
Munriilivi nun It. ti r.-r.tn ..n.l :..'..;
im'iliilHUira.it thu huthoi In tlie Natl,,'- ,it..,i,...i
A ?.".'' "?""'. t thi) , fiic. r. itlil, , i, r, l,.r
I IliK lillOK li.mll hu read l,Y the t'i.,1,,,, I.,.
- ueuni hi uiu a;nirif(i lir riliel
ta t otlt all. I.nr ilnn l.ncrrt.
I lUTi 1 Ho lllemoer nt frw.tf t. -hn. n.i.
hookwili not bo tuo-mi, hi iher youl h, parent
t'naril an, in.-trtifti r or . Utl mitu Ariroiiaiit
All'l.'.c lb ( lYllboilY Vnliral Iiiaotnt., ,,. I,.
II. Park. r. No. I llnltli rh Sir,..., ii
.Mh,, who rmif b-- Cf'iiHtiltcJ on nil (Uh ar.K re
il'ii iii:' Hkiil hti.l cvpen.-me. r'h'oiilr urir) ol.M'.
tint-ii.'a-. that hiir.' h'ldk'.l Til.'' 1 thu
"kill ui ail o-her pb !!. inn - JlljAl ,u,.
ria'.ty. Sin h Ir. a'.'ii unr. rp ro 1 I ii
fally without nn Inxt- 1 11 I ol'lr
iitireel ft lure Mvi.tion (hi paper.
I I '"H"' f! UT DF DRriFR.
30 UNION SQUARE NL'WYORK.
tfWGo 0AN(7r uAfc,
ILL. MASS. GA.
ran sale by
H. Stealth & Co., Cairo, 111
T 11 lil
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
! Organized December, 1883, Vmhv tlio
Law ot 1883.
StlccenKor to WIiIowh ami Orphunn Mutual AM Jiv
duly, orL'Htil.eti Jniy 4th.
thu lawn of 11(72
JOHN? H. liOiUNSUN.
Al. HI ItATl' oN
I. A. HOLilSTI N K. . .
fr. w. IUn N r t
THOMAS LEWIS ,
HOARD OF DIRECTORS koii 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stmtton, Stratton lllnl. troturn. Cairo. III..
J. A. (OlllHtlll.t. illliolllHtitln X Itimi'llu iOer. u hill,,.
Hnlo ami rvtail tlry gnndiC W. Dunnlnir. M. I).;
Vm. Ild. Med. Kx., r.ir renHloim; Albert Lewis,
ceiiunlnnliin morclmtit: ,1. II. Koliiionin. I'rtllttlv
JikIl'u uti't notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker nnd iiimiranre turi'tit; K. II. lliilr.l. rlt
street iiperviior; M. l'hilli s, carpi ntcr and htilld
or; Thomtm l.owl", ttorny antl n.-rntnrvj K. V.
Pierce, attornuy-it-law, l)u(noin Iil.;K. C. I'nco
ciihliler of Ccntunnlnl Iltinn, Ashley. III. : Alhurt
lliivilen, cunhliT of (Juoruo Connt'llv & Co.. Siirltur.
Hold. I 1 : II. M. Miinn, nttornov-at-law. leu Itn.i.
dolph Htrt'ot, Cbicairoi Hon. Itobt. A. Ilatcher, at.
lorncy-al-law, Charlt-flon, Mo. ; n. I-clhton,
; CMbivr l'irat National llauk, Stuart, Iowa.