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AN l'XKOLVi:i M VSTKIJ V.
YiiuiK Mr. Allonby'.s ili:unoini nock
.,., wiili in superb ppinlant ami circ
le; f',tr l.'.i) throat, containing twenty
liv,' stoiios ench as laro as a jica, was
va!iu'l at a fabulous sum, t ho petulant
alune bein estimated at live thousand
So nuieli beinr stated, it will bo easy
for the reader to imagine, the interest,
the excitement, amounting to almost a
reueral consternation, when the news
Mpc!'5 annoiineed one morning a great
dininond robbery Mrs. Allonby's uirtg
nilieent necklace had been stolen!
The case was of courso given to tho
police at once, and tho ablest detec
tives in Scotland yard were engaged in
working it up.
The circumstances of tho robbery
were, to say the least, peculiar. Mrs.
Allonby hail worn tho necklace to a
grand ball given in honor of a Russian
prince. As usual, she and tho dia
monds, which served to illuminate her
beautv.'were the admired of all behold
ers, and when she returned homo sho
had, as usual, removed tho necklace
with her own hands, placed it in its
velvet bed in her jewel casket and
therein securely locked il. That boing
done, Mr. Allonby had then locked tho
ca-ket into the iron safe, in which ho
kept his private papers, money and oth
In the morning, having asked his
wife to let him look at her necklaco for
a moment, sho had given him tho
keys to her jewel caso and bado him
get it himself he had opened tho safe,
Taken out the casket, and upon unlock
ing it, discovered that the necklace was
Horrified at their loss, and still moro
amazed, the husband and wife could nt
lir.-t ouly stare dumbly at each other.
Mr. Allonby felt sure that no servant
in the house had touched her keys she
found them under her pillow in tho
morning precisely as sho had placed
them there on going to bed; while on
his part Mr. Allonby declared that so
far as he was aware not even his wife
knew where he kept the key to his
This much both Mr. nnd Mrs. Allon
by had told to the ollieers, who were at
length called in to investigate the mys
terious robbery; but a littlo scene be
tween tho husband and wife on their
return from the ball had not been refer
red to, since it was not thought by
either of them to have any bearing on
It was merely this:
After locking tho safe and removing
the key, Mr. Allonby had dropped into
the nearest chair with a long, deep
sigh. His wife turned ami looked at
hi in inquiringly, then moving quickly
to his side, sho rested her jeweled hand
on his shoulder.
"Arthur, dear, what is tho matter?"
she asked softly.
"Nothing, darling. At least nothing
that need bo very .serious. I have to
ask a great favor of you, but it is a fa
vor I don't like to ask."
Mrs. Allonby answered by pressing
a light kiss on her husband's forehead,
and then encircling his neck with her
pretty arms she sat down upon his
"You deserve to have it refused for
putting it in such a way. 1'itit, come,
what is your favor? You know well
enough that it is granted before it is
"Well, dear, I want, to borrow your
diamond necklace," said Mr. Allonby.
"To borrow my diamond necklace!"
Mrs. Allonby repeated bis words in
amazement; then sho continued with
"l"or what eavtlilv use can von want
it, Arthur? Are you going to wear it?
Or perhaps it is going to shine, on some
fair protegee of yours? Sumo younger
and lovelier woman. Have a care, sir!
I shall be jealous, and then beware!"
Mr. Allonby was too serious to even
smile at his wife's playful nonsense.
"It is to raise money on. Margaret,"
ho answered gravely. "Listen, my
dear little wife. I will let you into a
business secret, and that will provo to
you how much in earnest I am. This
is a perilous time for business men of
all classes; a financial crisis of tho
worst kind is impending, and in the
courso of tho next threo or four days I
expect a run on our house, lty my ut
most cflorts I have managed to get a
few thousand pounds ready for tho
emergency; but it will be useless unless
you help me."
During these words Mrs. Allonby
had withdrawn herself from her hus
band's embrace, and had seated her
self on a chair at a littlo distance. Her
heart beat wildly; sho trembled vio
lently; and every vestige of color had
lied from her face, lint Mr. Allonby
scarcely noticed her emotion, and what
he did observe he naturally attributed
to the shock of the information she had
"Don't be alarmed, darling," ho
hastily added. "My embarrassment is
but temporary, and you are o-oin" to
save mo from it. Hut, what's the mat
ter, Margaret? You are not gobi" to
refuse to loan mo the necklace?" "
Mrs. Allonby was by this time of nn
ashen pallor to the very lips; so that
preoccupied as ho was her husband
could not fail to observe her agitation.
At ii is last words she made a supremo
cllbrt to control her emotion, and for
all answer merely extended towards
him the keys to the jewel casket.
"Never mind, dear. It will do in tho
morning," Mr. Alien by replied. Ami
to himself ho said
"Is it possiblo that Margaret really
docsn t wish to loud mo her diamonds?
lint no. That is impossible; for I know
her to bo tho most generous ami un
selfish woman in tho world. She is
troubled because of my pecuniary em
barrassment. If sho sees mo quite
careless about it, it will reassure her."
And dismissing tho whole subject,
Mr. Allonby then began talking of the
ball they had attended, nnd of many
interesting incidents which had occur
red there, lint Mrs. Allonby, despite
tho cllbrt sho made to appear other
wise, continued ill at case; and thelirst
rosy tints of morning had appeared be
fore sho at length fell into a troubled
In tho morning, as had already been
stated to tho detective, the diamond
necklaco was not to bo found when Mr.
Allonby opened tho casket in which it
had been securely locked, first by Mrs.
Allonby,- afterwards into tho safe by
Husband and wife wero aliko stupi
lied with surprise at the mysterious dis
appearance of the jewels; but after tho
tirst few minutes a sensation of relief
amounting almosfto joy, took possess
ion of Mrs. Allonby's mind. She would
even, had she dared, havo begged her
husband not to make their loss public,
and to take no steps to recover the neck
lace, llut to have dono so would havo
been madness, as she knew; for her hus
band certainly would have thought her
insane if she had made such a request.
She could but trust to what she regarded
as the well-known ineflieiency of tho
police in such matters; and silently
prayed tiiat the stolen necklace might
never bo found. Kvon tho near pros
pect of her husband's failure was less
appalling to her than the secret ho
must learn if tho necklace ever camo
into his possession. And now that it
was gone, and ho could no longer de
pend upon it as a means of raising tho
money he required, sho could but hope
that ho would find some other way of
doing so. lint sho was not prepared
for Mr. Allonby's utter despair; and as
she truly loved her husband, sho found
her feelings put to a strain which it
would be impossible for her to hold out
It was tho evening of tho third day
since tho mysterious robbery, and not
tho slightest clue had yet been found
to lead to tho thief. Mr. Allonby rose
from the dining table, at which he had
with difficulty continued to cat sullic
ient not to give cause for remark on tho
part of the servants; and as lie retired
to his study his wife followed him. It
must havo been evident to anyone who
had looked closely at her face that sho
had made up her mind to some deter
mined but very painful act. Sho
knocked softly, entered the library,
and then closed and locked tho door,
and in another moment she was kneel
ing at her husband's feet iu a passion
of wild sobs and tears.
"1 cannot bear it," she said. "Ar
thur, dearest and kindest of husbands,
I cannot bear to see your suffering
"Risoruy darling," said Mr. Allon
by tenderly. "It is no fault of yours;
I shall bo a ruined man in two days
more two short days only forty-eight
hours between me and ruined fortunes
find a disgraced name. Ah! That's
the worst. 1 must drag others down
in my fall, and tho cruel world which
misjudges ill fortune, and thinks tho
rich man is always iu the wrong as
soon as ho is poor, will make little dif
ference between mo and a common
swindler. There's whero tho pain is;
but no matter. You are still left to
me, and you will believe in me, won't
"Oh, Arthur, yes! ami I will save
you, too, if you will let me, and forgive
me. Promise mo that you will forgive
me, Arthur! You must forgive me, my
husband, for I am determined to speak
if it kills me. llcforo I met you, Ar
thur, I had fancied myself iu love with
another man; but I wasn't dearest I
wasn't, really, never, never. I was a
mere girl, only seventeen, and 1 was
deceived in my feelings as much as in
the character of the man I fancied my
self in love with. Wo wero engaged,
and several letters passed between us.
I learned that tho man to whom 1 had
promised myself was a false and con
temptible scoundrel. I broke my en
gagement at once, returned his letters,
and demanded my own. Ho swore ho
had burned them. l!ut the man had
lied to me as 1 should havo known, ami
about six months ago ho forced himself
into my presence, and with my foolish
letters in his hand, demanded a thou
sand pounds as the price of them. At
hrst 1 refused indignantly, but when lie
threatened to take tho letters to you.
and to demand his own price fur them,
1 yielded to despair. 1 promised to buy
my letters from him. When lie was
gone, 1 bethought me how to raise so
large a sum: for generous as you are to
me, I could not ask you for so much at
once; and besides. I shrank with b.ntl..
ing from going to von for monev fur
bun. 1 pawned my diamond necklace,
and a celebrated manufacturer of imi
tation stones made me one so exactly
like it that no one for a moment sus
pected the deception. There are the let
ters, Arthur; read them. They are ab
surd, that's all. lint you will find
nothing in them but the love nonsense of
a silly girl.'' And with a cold, trem
bling hand, Mrs. Allonby held out tho
little packet of letters for her husband
Arthur Allonby did take tlieinT but
without a single glance at them lie
Hung the packet into tho blazing lire;
then turning to his wife he folded her
fondly in his arms, and kissed her ten
derly. "My sweet wife, could you imagino
that I would doubt your word so far as
to look at that silly nonsense much
like any other school girl's letters, I'll
bo bound, liut never let me know tho
name of that contemptible hound. I
fear I could not bear it with patience.
And now, dear, come with mo to the
moneylender's; 1 will redeem your dia
monds, and 1 may yet be able to weath
er tho storm."
In less than an hour the genuine dia
monds reposed in Moses Levi's safe,
and Arthur Allonby felt that ruin and
tho scandal of n great though honor
able failure were averted.
Weeks and months went by; the caso
was but another added to tho list of
mysteries that had ball'ed aliko tho
skill, tho diligence, aud the patience of
The linancial crisis had passed. Hun
dreds of in,.,, Wero ruined, nnd the
linns that had successfully weathered
the gale were beginning to feel calm
aud solid again, u if tl0 tempests of
hard fortune had never blown si"!iiiiit
Among the most successful was tho
firm of Arthur Allonby it Co,, and on
(JAIliO 1 JUL LET IN : TIIMISDAY
the anirversary of tho great diamond
robbery Arthur felt that ho could afford
to repay Moses Levi, with all tho usu
rious interest demanded, and once
more enjoy tho satisfaction of seeing
his wife's necklaco glittering on her
round white throat. And so ho did,
although tho public had no share in the
display; and once moro, as of old, Mr.
Allonby locked tho casket containing
his wife's diamonds into his iron safe"
Happiness sometimes disturbs a
man's rest as much though not so
unpleasantly as anxiety and grief; and
Arthur Allonby lay awake that nMit,
counting tho hours as thev ki
til all tho inmate of his
fast locked in sleep. Ho was just drop
ping asleep w hen his wife sat up in
bed, looked a moment with wide-open,
unwinking eves at the nio-hr 11. ri it fin.l
then deliberately rose. "
Arthur saw at once that she was fast
asleep, and he watched her with a
boatimr heart. She went. liiv.,.ilo i.
tho hiding place whero ho kept his safe
h.cy, nun uaving taiieu possession of it,
took her own buueh of keys, unlocked
her escritoire, nnd pressed tho knob of
a secret drawer; and as soon as it was
opened Arthur saw what by this time
ho fully expected to see tho stolen
necklace. In a lit of somnambulism
Mrs. Allonby had robbed herself, and
now, in a similar curious mental con
dition, sho proceeded to clear up the
mystery. Very deliberately and calm
ly she restored tho missing necklace,
laying it over that already iu tho cas
ket; and then, having locked every
thing as before, sho returned the safe
key and her own keys to their several
places, retiied again to bed, and slum
bered as sweetly as an infant till morn
ing. A day or two afterwards tho public
were informed that tho Allonby dia
monds had been recovered: the detect
ives each received a handsome reward
for the energy aud zeal they had dis
played; but lull particulars of the re
covery of the precious necklace were
never made public.
Marri;ite in .Java.
As a small party oFus were sitting
on the wide piazza of our dwelling
house in Java, early one evening, our
attention was called "to sounds of Malay
music evidently approaching us. Look
ing down the street wo saw a procession
of native men (Javanese) marching
along to the music, and four abreast!
In the second row there were five. The
center one was covered by a largo um
brella. 1 inquired why this man was
so honored nnd was told that he was to
be married. The next day I was taken
to see the house where the bride lived
and where they were making grand
preparations for tho marriage. They
were constructing a large and covered
platform of bamboo for the accommo
dation of the guests and the Malay
band of music. On the succeeding day
we heard the same performers anil saw
a longer proeoion than tho first one.
At the head of this procession came
two wooden figures (man and woman)
about eight feet high. These were
hollow, so that the boys could enter
and operate to give them motion. Next
behind them were the musicians; then
an open carriage drawn by two ponies
covered with llwwers and variously col
ored papers cut up in patterns. Inside
sat tho bride and groom. The bride
wr.s decked in llowers and jewels, and
her face, head and dress cnmnlctelv
covered with yellow ochre powder. A
number of carriages followed the party
with relatives and friends who wero
also adorned with llowers. iowels. etc.
On the third day I was invited to attend
the wedding, sown walked down to tho
bride's house. There wo found the
bamboo platform occupied bv a band of
I i f I ! . ! . e .
music mm an exiiiouion oi niarionetts,
which personated characters in legends
of the Javanese people. The hadji, or
native priest, was conducting this novel
show, which took hours to go through.
I, however, was moro anxious to see
the bride, and accordingly was ushered
into tho principal room. It was a large
square apartment, the front being open
ed by four large double doors. In one
of the remotest corners of tho stone
floor was seated on a handsome mat
tho bride elect, with downcast eyes, aud
in the adjacent corner sat the bride
groom. The bride was fanned by two
little girls and the groom by two boys.
In tho center of the Moor their feast
was spread. Tho festivities lasted
through tho night, and refreshments
were abundantly served to the guests
in and about the houso nt any time and
all times just as they called for them.
At intervals the dancing girls wero in
troduced mnl tlin tninl'iriw fur their
dance music. At break of day tho
groom claimed his wife and escorted
her to his own house. They then had
a procession similar to tho lirst one,
except that the bride's presents wero
seen carried in front by coolies. At
tho groom's house festivities wero con
tinued according to tho length of his
purse. It often happens that these
people use all the money they havo on
Sltcil occasions. Thev nrn iintirnviilpnt.
and ordinarily live on very small sums,
ouiaining easily the littiu they need
Of bulls, in the sense of blunders
pure and simple, I havo heard as good
specimens in England as I havo ever
heard in Ireland. Take, for instance,
the threo following:
An Lngli.su Peer, when speaking
some years ago in tho House of Lords
on the necessity of passing some Coer
cion bill for Ireland, and reproaching
the government of that day for their
delaying to do so, observed that "this
delay might be very convenient for the
Ministers, but that it was not quite so
convenient for those Irish landlords
who were meanwhile being frequently
An English clergyman, ldeadinir
earnestly with his parishioners for tho
construction of a cemetery for their
parish, asked them to consider "the
ileploralilo condition of :, 000 Christian
Englishmen living without Christian
Another English clergyman, waxing
sarcastic iu the pulpit over tho enorm
ities of tho age, exclaimed: ''And these
tilings, my brethren, arc done iu the
so-called nineteenth century."
Hero are three prize bulls, and all of
them of pure English breed - not a drop
of "Hirish" blood in one of them.
MOKNiNVr JULY lM, 1884.
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ri-V.lv. Sit'-ti ir-Mt-l ftir- 'pi I rC I. I P
ft-l!il!' witliotit ntt ire! 1 II 1 CM 4 1 4 l1
iiiic-i l fu iure. Mci.tmn ll.ii' i u:nr.
C17 St. Charles St, il'. LOUIS, MO.
A regular f fr.il nn' r.l-' no II--nl
ri.l;.-.. . ii i. ti. i-n i"!..-' i i-i w"i:i 'i in tin- I r. :ir
n . nt -.! t 'Ii mm.-, N ,-1 " i, t li i ii nn. I
J lloo-l !! Sli.iii any '-t-.-r 1 1. 1 -i''i;ui in
M. I. '.iil, i i-i: j 't;" tiniv , t, i ,,: t ( i, r-l-'li'iii
- k'iii'.v, I nn -iiit it ..n ii v! rt- nr mal!,
lr.-- ill.'l l!lVit."l. A I r I ! I I ' V t i .' k I . r 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...
e-.tii'.thii..'. Wli'-n li I - i i''"i.v. n t t.i vl-it
tin- rl'v I'nr 1 1' . -: 1 1 r i ' nt. to-.li. i.'ii"1 riiii I v i-nt
t.v u,.l"r v;.r- i uti wli'-i". I urniM.-ri-'
tririi'.K.t.iM; w Iot- .1 iuf. t.v ,.-t . 1' is T.ilAly
et.it. !. C.ill'.i v l it.',
XrTftni Trrnl ration, Priiliity, fntI jlnj
Vliyilrnl M.iliiin, ilfrruiUl tn other
tnVtlom of Throat, Skin and llonn, I'-l'W'j
Impurities am lllooil I'olmnlng, lin After.
tions, OM iriTH lii'l I'lferi, Impfdiment to
Marrlaire, IllifuniatUm, Piles. Snril at
tention t fe from orer-worked liraln.
Kl Itlilf A I. ( fKS rerelve upei-UI at tentton.
Mteaies arllnir from Impm lenres t'l'.'''lpA
Inilu!i,-en(-f s or Epoiun-i,
It 11 . -if.f vlili'lit tll.lt 1 li fl.'la!'. r -vt!l
pin : li-iiiiir a' tint inn In ,-i ciii-.nf n i, Rtliilm
J-rcat fklil. mnl plivli-liin In r.'L'iilnr iii-tl'.!
-ill ovi-r t ln cnmiir y kiinuin' 1 1 j 1 -. irij iiilly
reniinini-nil ii-i.'-i t- t In; ol'i-t urli' i- ir in-1 i
r-i In-rt-1 vi-ry kimin ni i lian. ' Ii or t-c
to. ami tin j , ro vi I i-oix 1 r. iii'.il i " -.f ill,
in."-" iiii'l i-'.iititri' m n. -I, A Ii"'.'' l"n H
tit.i '1 I'.roilH ' 'iiri.o''. riinl ;il! an- tn-a'' ! a i t il
fl.lil In ft r --;'-1 f' 1 1 iiianinr: iiimI, kimv.-.n,.
V ii.lt to lo. no r. pi rilii'-nl' ari tliii'li-. ' .'I "'-.'
rmiiit of I In.1 '.'tiiit ti il in t-i i a; ivl to', tloi
rhari.'e-' lire k'T-t low, oi'ti-ti Inivi r liroi t i
Innii'ii 'l ''V oi lo r-, I f von .i curi- tin; kl 1 : ) i -1
ti t ai" ' .'I" ini'1 1'i rt 't llfi-i iii.-. that ' .io!
Iiii...rt;uit iioitti r. rauilia-t, Ji Ij;1:-. S ot
toanv u'l-lrv.-i li'.-c.
L-int i l'itli mnl i-lit liin-li
-i ril. . fm Ml
- II lii-t, I;:.- nr I'i: rri'lo
ii'i-t ii'-nr i'i:rri'iii'V. liver ilitv w m-
n'ul i. rn iiii'tiiri'. ti-ii to lifr. iii ticli'-. on too
fiillowliiv! Miliji-. -t-i : U'i may nnirr '! who ml:
Miiv V rroja i' mri. In inarrv." Who iion ry lir- ,
Mioilioo.l, Woiiiaolioii'l. riiy-ii'.al ili-i nv. W.i'i
tin. niil inarrv. Ilnw lit,- ami h.i 'ltn--j tnav oi;
Inrn a-i il. Tlio'i; n .irrli -1 or rmili-iiipl at . c
lii.iiT-. ini; slimil I rea l It. Itoiislil in In- ren I
I'V all ii'lnlt I'er.nnt, tln-n kept nmli r lm k a 1 1
k'-v, I'ni nlar i..ltloM,..'iiiif.a- iilmvi-, Inn a -r
i-nvi-r ami li'W jiajfi-f, "' emti l.y mall, l nomji
or "it:i ',-.
85 S.Clark Si., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO,
in tho Umtfil Matt-H, ffliMo l. m i; ist, iai i.r.n.Ni K,
pcrfrt t -..li'ilu,-! aii.i puro ni'Min iiiy iii.-.iiro iv
nml I'KUM nks c ci-'Ki h of a!1 l'nvut. I hroiii" nml
NiTVoiiri l)if is.-f-', Alli'fions nf tin- JtltMHl, Skin,
Klilnt'M, KiaililtT, l'riil lono, I'Ii'ith,
NllH'N, SV 111 II 1I llllMlk, S ' M nut h.
rl'liroa(, Ifinno ViiIiih, pn nm injiitly cuicU uiid
eradicated irotu tho Klfia tur i i to.
llCiilUWU .ossrs, .Stcimt Ihtu tf, Mm UU
and J'htf.yicul IVvakw'sx, J nilhnj M morii,
M'vali J-'JrMt Stuiitnl JP( vrlojihtt ut, Jinpnli
tm iifs to Mitn lmt'ti tc,p front cvr.sT. or (tin?
cutisf, ftptttlHff, tiftjrhj and pvinttrltf Vut't'tl,
ffj Ton nm I lilM1- prMl nml Old min, nnd nil
who iifi-tl jn.iln-;il mUHI mitl expi-li'iu'S(:')iisuit
J)r, Ii.i' n .it cru-i!. H i-t op oust ii-'iiniivr. and may
PAvo futnro ini-t-rj "d kIiliihi. WIumi i ntrou vvnir n t
to vii 1. 1 lh i' 1 1 y t' r t i.'.'it:iM iit, incdicinfH run l" pj-nt
evi-rvv. Iiyri) y in:ul (r cxpri'rvs l"iv fnnii iiIimt
vat Ion. fi tf'It in clf-tnidcnt Hi at b tihyn'inn who
(TiVt'A llK v imlo .1' trill i'n tu ft flr.s of ) i scfi 'h Hl
laln rt':ii hkUl, find pliyiri;itis t!irt.iit,'li'int tin)
count i, v, knowi'i" i n !(, tri'Mncnt Iv ifi-uinnii'iid ditfi'Milt
criM" to tho Oldi'Nl Miii''iaiU(f l'v wliuin fiv ry
known toM itiiuMv H u-' d. sryh. itntna
Aim and V. (iiriitu- in.nVi ojMtii'in of mi
Iiim1 nn' Iiiiioi'titu'' i A'rhfi"" wlio c:til fi nt
ono out thtt I J'n-iir. ( otiMilt nt ion- frw and mn'iMjIy
I'untldi'iit 'h-vh wh ir h linvr f-ulml m oilaitnu
r'lit'f rlftwinTP. i"Mcinlly fiolfiti-d. I 'cm n !
rnn'fi tn'uti'd. r.ill nr HTiK. llmirs, frnm II t' -1 (
1 to Ht Smidnv.. 1 to TJ. CUiiMi -in Uiim.iu
tiKNC l''iu;r. Adilnt'-t m; nhovo.
iThfinnnn-U of rwu nf Nrrvou prlittlly, nn-m
l-l 1FIH HIHrHI WCUKIK'H, lm tmitili I.lli'l-
Voun in.iitritli!it tht t-xiiltii ol 'ln-ln'-i t-.im,
I Xio.-tn ti raiHi' rtir...l livMCDUITA
oiroiijf timt it will furo nr? fm pr.-ni.iH n. t"fiiI tu
"y "'in r i.tui ii'iciip
P"iftp,. t''. Ob. a.u.olh.
UL-x iu, uuicngo, Ilk
Anakesis- r,w.an.i m
an intuliiliit curr lor I'iIi-i.
SIYIcb fl. At dnicplHts, or
"out pri-nald hrinnil, Cample
Malcom.Uox 2410-Nuw Vurk
Wt Dr. KEAN.
b". 1 la hiiirni i.'i.ahk hi',, l lilrwo H.h
Ulill'lii.1 1 '"', I. .till lif.llnn ,11 Prl
V.I., N.i tiju., Cinuulc .nd HpwUl ill,,
f Mfp.Npiirni.l.'rh.i-,, lmiot.tiiir!.tiiil
, liifi,'A.'ltyi, Vmtl dl.i.... I, ru-. t',u
.nil. lion in.rpiin.iiT, nr nj t.ucr
llf. K..n I. tti. only 11l17.lrl.r1 In !
rllv lli.t w.i'r.iil.cur or nnh.v. 63i
f(o llltutntwl book, vtur t.m n.itciiiiUiin., l kjriuall. -
. . i- n . I,
A Great Medical Vork on Manhood
OFFICIAL 1IUK Klin.
V "j oi - '1 linnoH W. Hh Ii, av.
I ii KMiii r -CLKi I. n F, ."ii-llir-'
'I'Tk Io liniH. J, Koli y.
i'..i',tiMi'lor- Win. (I. (lilb.-i-t
rt irnl al- .Iuiii a s. lli H'ili-n.
uiortiev -wiliiun, llt-citm-m.
l'ullco Muilairaui-A. tloininu"'.
UOAHI) or ALltKHUa.l
-irel tt jH-Wni. Vclliilf, llurrv U allii r
r,",";u- .r(i " Wooilwu i), l N. HiihL.h
1 hlnl W ard Joli i W'ouil, F.g.-vn Smith
u""rt,,',.W'i'dcllrl"" - l'Hr, Saniiii'i Orr,
e.ilh Ward-t'Laa. I.aiictiitti-r. Iliury Stunt.
Cirniit ('li'ik - . II. Irvln.
( oi. lily .Inrii: J. 11. llohliinin.
I in; nly I icrk r. .1. linuim .
I'oniity AttoiKry AiitfiiH l.n-k.
I'oiitiiy Ti'i-KKii'i-r .Villi. W. I'mki r.
-Iii tit!' 'loliti lloilt'iii.
I moiii r 1(. KltZiicrnlil
roiin.v Co-,t,ii',i-f iii, i rp-T. Ilalliiliy, .i. il
M nil ulii-i inn! I't-tur - an u
I ' AlliO HAITI T. - roriii-: liiiin unit l',pa
V. uri i tu; pri'Ki lii.'o' cv..'1'v Sin im) nii. if anil
ll'i'tlt nl II Hill hoiira. I'liiyi-r i-i.i ii.i; Vt-.li.i:.-ray
nltilit : SiiinUj i-viio'il Ii:miu.
If.v.JNU f. KKI-N', I'n.ior.
MIIHtJl OF IHK KKUKKMKlt -I l.t't,( pl
K.i l-onr'.i'Uilii niri'i t, T:ioh m.,
Con,iiinnioii lo;,;ori. m.. , i.-mli: I ra.i-tf II n. n,.
''' f l" ol.'l;. I-,, i 'l nin-I'tnyVr. T;i" p. in
I I' 1,'nvi nport, s ,'. II. li, i ti.
'.:-r V1SMONAKV .HAITIhT Cilficl'JI -.
, " '.I: Kat ' - . n... .. in., ami Mil- f. n,
" ."'i.oo' -i 7 -ii, j.. la (,.v. v. .1. r.e,
. ' I !'! I'l'.rl. . .'..tt; ,.fvi, c. d4.
. I-. In..," in. !.ii-.v .:Uuol '2 b m. KfV.
' ; i" , ;:.! ir .
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it I :. .n . i:,l' .-. ii '.'t, !l.m 4 ,. UnilT:!0 p.m.'
ii' v ".;.' IM.'p in Ki-v . .1 . A . s- m ri tl .
j : I; ! iiyil Hi AN -M-!..ri .K-t-t; pfeacrilni- oi.
' '-, ;',p " l--v: m ; era vi-1
'.J"" ""f'r- M-' ;;'-'-'lV Schuil
i " i i'i It. i li. . 'ie..r, t.a:..r.
. ' 1-'! II ; iH.'inan Cuif.olii-) I'on.i.r 'riti
-'I ". tl:..;t -f,.,-m; U-i iVi'.'V Slllilll, ut
iiti l IH 'i. m ; ; nrnliiy doLoiil at I p. m , unil 't-,.p.
i r- Hi j. hi. .',1 fx i v ry un r ui al i a in low
i'. S.'.i-i Li-y, n-'oi.
n, 1 I'AI'.itVS i Ii.i.-imr. l.'Htuoiir i I'.in.i r .Nit.th
"' no I " 'a "i.ii.L'inn aviiitii': V ti h 1.,-,'ry
kltiii'l-iv M. t ! an ! In n in.: SiiihIih- , h, B1 i ,, ,' .
mnl V,-...-r at M p. ru. '. h-k .m y no rn ti t s
I" m . I,, v. I . M-.r. I.v. pif lor.
t i i i:
Jlutual Life & Accident
AT CAIItO, 1LLIXOJS.
On,r;uiizeil Dtccnilii-r, 1 JiJi.3, Vuilir the
v'orYIMCHT SE(. URDU.
yr-r-vr to Widn.in an. I Orphio. Muiu.l A.d So
c!' :y, o-'hii I .,'ii,y i-h, ii;;, unj-jr
tin; la' of 1071.
.1 'UN II. I.'OIUNSO.N .
WM. S ' I! AT i' N .'.
I. A (..iLliTINi;
C .V UL' MMI
TIK i.MAS LEW IS
Tri afiiri r
. Mci'iml Aih'.fi-r
liOAIM) OF DIIK(. To US von Ut V..l.
Wi.i. strulton. Ssr.ntt.iii Iliril. rro-er,, l'a!rn. III.,
.1 . A. do i!-tti:i', ollio!.iini.- A- I iii i, w hi i r. w f. i ! .--flit-
ami ritijll (irv noml;!'. V. Iliiiiiiini;, M . I).;
l'r-. liil. Mi-1 l-!x . for in:oiii; All-rt Ltwn,
i-i'tnmiff nm mi-rrli.-iiit ; , . liii'iiiifon. toinny
J-iilu"- mi-' notary pulilir: Win. I'. I'iirhi-r, cm.
Iir"ki-r and iinuraiice ttrvnt: K II. Ilalrii. city
i" ( F ip- rvifiir; M. I'll Hi; a. i r; nti-r and hullit
i r ; 1 iioini.K i.i w 1. at-ort.'-v nml r.urv j K..
I' r-.-, uitoni'.i ftiiiw, Iia(iiio'ii 1:1 ; K. ('. l'arn
r:i-li!. r of I'.-tit.'Mrii! Han-, Anhli-v. Iil ; Ali.-rt
lluyiii-n, ca-lii. r ol (i.-orL-o Cot, in- iy ,k Co , Spring-11-lit.
I 1 ; li. M Miit.n, iitloriiey-Ht-lii'.v, li,i; Hrj.
rt"' i Ii -'rci t. Clil. n.'o; lion. Itobt. A llatcht-r. at
turn. -v at Chari.-f tun. Mo ; H. L.-iglilon
ca-hH-r K:rft Nutioiml Hunk, stu-irt. low..
I in i;it ( . .u r t nf Amy
. 'I. r Couiii v, 1 1 i in. a-.
i "iv:i ni At. i:AMir.it. I n I'liati. .-ri .
i hiii 1 1. I'ati.-r ai'.'l hill' "iiin W ..If
Ini, ti Wnif, ll 'tirv Wi.if. Mm. W!f wif.'of li.-nrv
Wi'll, l iiiitiv --.'irin-r. J. fr. rn.ni Shriv.-r,
l."iii-,i Ail-ti, Anna Mary Jaif.-tt
ami Kli.i I i- Ii. r.'
I'"i' I'aititi ill nml .--i.-tiin.-til nf H'.H.-i'
I'-ii-iir tii'ti. .. i-. ii. r.'I'V L'iM'n tiiat, in piir-'iiiii-'.' nf
h '!' !' lua'i.' iiml .-'Jt"l.'il In -ai'i i niil't Iti til. a'."'..
. iii;t."l i i.'i-". "ti t!,.' '.-li!, ilai uf .liini., A I . i-l, I,
l. v-iti'l'-r II l; in. .Mii.-t.-r in h:iti.'-ry tlo-fiiid
i in lilt i "i;rt n( Al.'xamli'r ' "iitil i , vill. mi
i i;i 1 1 a v, 'in h n;T hav f ai'i.ot, 11,
III til.' iimll- "f 11 n i l. u l, in III.' fnr.'tini.Il, at III.'
muiHimi t.'ily iln.il iif tin- i m rt Inm-.' in tli" i it y nf
(air", iniiiityi'f AI.-Mimi'-r anil flat." nf lllinni-,
-Il nt i'ii''lii nil. ti.'ti. tn tli.' Iii.'li.-l ami U. Imiil'-r,
all ntnl -iiiL'iilnr. II..- t.'ll'.-aiiiL.- il.-' ritn-ii j, r-ri i
nml r. -al .-tati-i:i -iii'l il.-i i. .- lu.-nti'iin il. In ?ati-fy
faiil il.- i.-.-. t" il : I. nt niiiiili.'r.'il "I:.' 1 1 1, tvv.i i-.'.
aim tlir '..in lilm-k 1 1 1 1 vi ' r - 1 iiim-ti-.-n il'o, in
tli- l'ii -t Aiiditimi t" tin- l i'y i.f l aim. in tin. ronnty
of AI.-Miiiil'-i' ami ftali- "f lllitioi-; al-o lli, coinli
M.ift iiiart.-r nf tin. f until. 'a.-t i it iirt.-r of fi-itimi
rrnnl'.'r tui tily -i i r.'i i, in lon-liip iniiu'-r
lliiit.'.-n i l li, foiitli ran.'" tn ,-.'i ,-n-r, in tin' county
nf .Inliii-on, nml ft:i'.' i.f lllitiiii: ai-n a part of Hi"
linrtii.'ii-t iii;ut.-r "I tin' iiiiitln-a-l iii.ii'ti-r of .-"- ti"Ii
n 1 1 in l r lo c,'i, in t'OMi-liip ii n in l-r twi-lio
il'Ji, fniiUt iiuiL'" liil'-'' (:1 t-a-t, In III"
-aiil iiiiiiit-, nf .Iiiliii-nii ami ft,,ti. of lllinoix. iiain"
Iv i onini.-tn iiii.' at n -iiiinll Iii. kory Iii'" on the '-t
liin- of -aiii n-iiiiti-r, iiiart.-r tioii at a linuii li forty
rml-imrtli nf tli" .-"ii'liiii-st enrm-r of naid tract of
land : tln-niv niniiiiii; dii" i-a-t 1 1 1 r cliaiti!' and iily
linlif lo a -tunc: lln-mi. nintli t.-n ili-L'n-.'i i-iift four
chain ami Iii- link-' to u "ton" at tin' riortii"-t
iiiiin-i- nf lot nuinliiT -i-.'ii it', in 'i'litiiiidl Hill
Hniith ; lln-nc" hiuiiIi i'i-lit -f i I";t"".j cn-t, tliirti-"ii
roil li'-iiiL' tli" ninth lino of ini rt il ti t r.'il hi.v (ti)
nml Hi'M'ii i' ) to a ftoti": r Ix-m fimiii ten ili-iT"".
..-t on" i Ii it i ii nml thirty iiin,. link lo aftono:
thi'tuo niirllii-l"ily to tin- "oiitli.-t corner of
fiiid lot lllllllliel' feleli i'. l: tin 'in e liortll tell di'LT"".
ea.-t oni' cliain and tliirtv niii" link to Hi" place of
lu'L'intiini; im Iinlitii.' in'd Int. iiuinli'-red nix ii and
-i-letl li'i, in 'I'lltiln-ll Hill "until. The lerni of
"ale will he one half the purcli;ie money In cuh on
Hi" day of "ale, nnd the IhiIhiico payable in nine
month" with ii per cent. Interet, Hccined by note
ntnl n h rt i';i',' on the premi-e". Hold. The n-einie"
will lie fiihl tree ol Ih" (lower of tin; tniiijilainaiit,
lliiii enia Wolf, therein.
Hated (.iiiro, 111., J nl v sth. is.
AI.KX II. IltVIN.
Master in C luincery.
tiuo. I-'iflier, Complaiiiutit'H Solicitor.
Statu of Illinois
) Circuit Court of Al-
f n oMiniier i oiintv, II
Col NTyofAl.KVANIl.lt I lilloi.. Ill Clliuicet'V
I'liiniis II. Atherlon
I.nly Atliei'toii, Williiini AtlierU-ti uiid Thouiu .li-f-
I'llblic Notice i" In-reliy "iven that, ill purnitance
of ii decree uiiule mnl i-nlereil by naid court in llm
above entitled caiie, on Hie 1:1th ilav of May, A. I.
I, Alexander II. Inin. Mnnter'in Chancery of
the Hiit.l circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FI.'IDAV, Tllli I'lliST DA V UK Al'li't'ST, ISM,
al the hour of II o'clock In Hie forenoon, at Hie
Houlliweftei ly door of Hie court limine, In Hie city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate of lllinniH,Hell
al public auction, In Hie hlL-hoHt and hcM bidder, nil
nml "iti'.'uliii-, Ilie real cMulc in nnid decree nieiiliou
ell, Hiluate ill the cnllnly of Ah-xalnler
and nl (ito of Illiuol", lo hiiI Iffy said decree, beini'
tlie unilii Ideil oni'.i-l''hth pin t of Hie follow ing de.
hi rlbed land", to wi! : The cant half of Hie norlli
Mot iiiailer: Hie norlheiiHt iiiurterof Hie soiiihwcHt.
(iintler, mid Hie northnoHt nuiirler of the Hoiitlient
(Uinler of Hi-ctlon tiveiilv-oiie (tjli; hIhii tm pout li -west
quarter of Hie Houilieiirit iiiarler of (lecllon llf
leeli (l.'ii, all 111 lowiiHlilp Hixleen illii, Hunt h mnl In
riini;e two, went of Hie Hilnl irincipal iiierldian.
Ternifi of Hale, one half of purchase inonev ciihIi In
hand, bahince on a credit, of nix iiioiuIih, with note-,
and iiiorl(iac;e on proinl"en sold, hearing (j tier cent,
DntedCairo, III,, July Klh, IMS I.
AI.KX II. IliVIN,
, Mai-tor In clmnci ry.
1). T. Ltnoyur. Conipliilnmifu Solicitor.