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Publisher and Proprietor
When mectlng-licls began to toll.
And pious folk Uytm to pass.
She 1 f tly tied her bonnet on.
The little, sober meet imf-lasa,
A.i in I er neat, hite-curtuiued room, before
lit r tiny looking-flaMs
So nieely, round her lady-cheeks.
She unoi'thed ber bunds of glottf fcair,
And innoient.tr wondered If
Her bonnet did not make ber fair;
Then stemy chid ber foolish beart lor bar
torinir'ucb faucie there.
So fguare the tied the atin strir,?.
And hi tbe U s Uneatb ber chin;
1 bin f rr.iied to see bow swift tbe looked:
Tt:en thought ter vanity a sin.
Atid tbe must put men thoughts away U-fore
lit M-ruion sbou.d kfiii.
15 ut. aitf.np 'neatb tbe preached word,
Ih-iure y. :n her father's pew.
Mie itouttt about her bonnet still,
Yes. a., tte parson t-rmon through.
A-vli i i-euy bows and budi which better
tbaa tte text she knew.
Tfl fitting there wi:h peaceful face,
Tte rt fcti cf ber :u.pie Hul,
-u jac ked to te a very saint.
And imt l-ewan-ne. on the whole,
C'u.y ttat her pretty lcnaet kept away tbe
I rom Tbe Ontury "Eric-a-EMc"
Sbcckod at the course of two or three
'usin? licquaiiitances who when fort
une itf; tit m preferred an indolent life
tc an industrious one, I plainly ex
pressed my views in a daily journal in
which I c'i'.ed a few instance's of wo
Ebns capacity and success when she
was willing to work. A seamstress in
my employ at the time had piven me a
history of" her life, which with a few
variations I wove into inj article, after
the fallowing fashion:
"There is another woman whose
prospects in life were irilliant. No
one came to marry her, and she was
nearly the old maid's turning point:
"1 stw the folly of waiting at home
for something which might never be, so
1 gat tbe arency of a dressmakers
chart for the Pacific coast. My family
were horrified. Couldn't my brothers
take care of me in case liiv parents
died? Couldn't I always have a home
with them? But 1 siienced them with
my answer that 1 was over age and de
termined to fulfill what 1 had set out to
do; that I might always have a home
with my relatives, out it would be a
dependent one. I preferred to be in
dependent. "The first year 1 had laid up seven
hundred dollars in the bank besides
paying my own and family expanses;
for in the meantime my lather became
involved in business and my brothers
had nothing so far to assist with. 1
can tell you they were mighty glad of
my help then.
"The second year I was as success
ful as the first, and the third I sold my
right for one thousand dollars. I put
my money in a lodging-house and
rented tee entire concern out at a good
profit, and in one way and another
hare managed to so use my money that
in stocks, money loaned out and money
in bank 1 Lhve about fifteen thousand
dollars. When old age comes on I
shall f-.-il comfortable."
1 could not resist adding t
"Though rather advanced in u
Maritn i ytt a pretty and aTvr.. ..
woman. If any one wants a wife of
this description let him apply at the of
fice of the and he m:iy be able to
receive an introduction and full par
ticulars.'1 To the horror of the 2Vs( manage
ment this terminating jest was received
in sober earnest by a multitude of ex
cited individuals. They besieged the
business department, tie overrun the
editorial rooms. Tor a "few days the
chief editor's hair stood erect.
It was surprising to note that how
ever diverse the personal appearance
of this excited multitude long noses,
short noses, snub noses, crooked noses,
blue eyes, black eyes, pig eyes, dusky
skius, freckled faces, tail and short
all were unanimous upon one point in
seeking an introduction to Miss Marian.
They sought only a wife; they scorned
her money. 'They were simply delight-
el to lhnl that after all these years the
right woman and a vision of happiness
I l;ftJ dawned upon them at last. As
fifteen or twenty despondently left tho
cilice one day, the news spread abroad
that the l'od had been mobbed on ac
count of an incendiary editorial.
Besides these brave ones who person
ally sought an interview with Ms
Marian, numerous admirers sought her
hand through the bashful lover's con
venient go-between tho postoflica.
ithin a week fifty to one. hundred
letters were received by tho ghostly
Marian, all more or less alike. A dirty
uy-specked envelope was addressed
upside down, aud covered all over with
for Miss Marian who had
the aiceney of the ladies dress
Uiiirteoii the jmeilic
Tho letter ran:
"Viia ' sAFIiANfMs( (i, April 10. lstr,.
the. i ttH.rr tVilrS: -1 ll'lt"'r '""lf(' tlmt
t e f e le V V: '"y '.""-"'iii will exkuse
1'ie Ileilem of ihees.. lew nes whirbv 1 inn
to a.imote you of Uie uv,mU. , ! f 1
.V'l;'ourm T'" ""illa,,ser,h'1li"i,
i .VltV.f ? " " ,a """'-' ' mvself,,
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No more ut present,., i;(.lam.,yollM
""J t . IOIIN ,lof s
'eityliotel, liiM. saiitriseo."
Another, in 'oo 1 penmanship;
"Sax Kii.Wf'isi (i. A.ril in, ih;
".Mlt. (iKoiUiK-Jlcar Sir: I us this
pveninir deeply inteiesieil in r. uilim:
Aliserables' in ynur cveiiini; paper, purlieu
Jarly the last part winch i.-a.ls: "i'l:oni;ii
rHther advanrwl in jrn Marian is wt a
pretty and H.'reeab'e wciiian,' ete. Allow
metofay dial J am just spoi.im; tot un
iirrecahle wife with ( ommon Sense,
but I have not cheek t fr mdi to call utthe
olllco of the 'ot for an lntroduetion. lint,
If Marian will C"rresMinl with me I shall
feel greatly honored and pledge my honor
mh an Km .'Ii ihinaii rs to the in'crity of my
motives for askini,' the favor. Kesectl'ul!'
yours. k. I., r.
"Aiidress F. I T I', 0."
Others wero as follows:
"San Fiiam isco, Cai.., April 12, isr.
"Miss Makian: 1 hope you will pardon
nie for my holdiie or auditeitv for tnusail
dressini; ,ou unsolicited, and 1 know you'll
do it when 1 lit form you the reason whv. I
noticed the description of you In the Even
inu iWof the loth in-t which was my
Jirnit t'latl of it wife. It stniek toe forcibly,
indeed, so 1 tliottirlit I would send you it
note, having come to the conclusion t Tint 'a
faint heart never won a fair lady.' 1 am a
bachelor over thirty years of au'e, and it be
hooves me to make hay ere the sun fades
"1 would respectfully evliaiice photo
irraphs with von if it is coiionial with your
iiloas of propriety. Audi assure you that
this has sprumr from motives ot the purest
and kindest iiituiitiiiiis-iiiairimoiual.
"If th's meets vour approbation plcure
-S. A. .Ianks, Koss House, S. 1."
San Fiiam i , April 14. 175,
"Miss Makian: 1 am a clergyman a
ttiduwer with livechildivn neediui; a moth
ers care. 'l"o what better nsecaii you ap
propriate your talents and time than hi be
stowim: them tiiKUi me aiHUliem'.' 1 need
not inform you that laniinueh somrht after
by sin!e la.iies not only of my owntloi'k
but ot other deiiuininat.ons, luiviinr had in
the past three months over seventy proims
als. T ti.itter mvself that wherever mv hand
is oiTerexl it wij not be re! used, not only on
account of the social distinction wit.'i wiiieh
my calling is crowned, but on account of my
tt'i'sonal attractions as well.
"1 impatiently wait your answer, appoint
ing an interview, where all arrancemeikis
can be made.
" OUt's f, ,r eternity,
"Ki:v. Jaml A. Moukow."
After reading a bagfuil of such mes-
.jes 1 determined to end the jest
wn:cn mese cooa io.ss were so earnesi
about: so in tho next issue there ap
peared this notice:
"Marian wou'.J state to her numerous ad
mirers mat he lias deeded aw ay her entire
pr pertv. to take iifea on her weddim;
day." In a twinkling the kaleidoscope of
"seekers for a true woman" were brok
en into disolving views of disappoint
ed masculines. Alas, poor Marian
had there been a Marian! Ail day
long poured in a f!xd of letters fruni
former correspondents, retracing their
matrimonial oilers. The ministt-rsaid:
While my oiler wa made ?!: on a.
roust of your merits. 1 could n t n.arrv one
whore'H.i'-ea l.f.le la th in her hu ban 1.
1 r.-t'ret mat t.;is defect m o.ir charaeier
coin s me to withdra Iroin lurther cohj
municati.'n with you.
'l.L V. J. A. M0JHM..W."
S. A. Janes, H.iss lluse, sa; 1:
You need Uot send your : tou'raj.h. I
bet you're a v.T.nkled'.;. homei', ba
tempi-red old maid, anyway. 1 wasn't In
earned trom tl.e tirst. t'tit tf.ouirlit I'd nave
a huie t ..n w ,t:i yic. ( inly let me u'ive you
a httle advice: 'Wait utitil after you're
married belore you Jei jour hu.-baud know
you've i.-"t U'-ti, "
But t:;e mail also brought something
else addressed to Miss Marian, which
in a moment of frivolity I carried to
"You may do as you like about
answering it," I saidlaughingly, as
she put on her strongest glasses" and
"s Fktw. April r. I'".
"In h late issae ot tlie ' 1 saw art ac
count ot you. at that tune 1 care lot ad
dress ou. ow ins to the Money you were re
p 'rtec. to possess, in h.st Kveninj's Issu
1 tiiid that tliere is i,)ti i j t.'ie Woman, and
a-that i wnat 1 am m want of 1 address
you ow ui.out Myself.
I "1 am Founv ' vears old. five feet five
lliirh. weii-ii l'0 lbs,, a little irev. La:k
aubern l.air. blue eyes, of perf-ct' Form,
am coi.si,ter'-d by my acijUairitaiieus jjikkJ
ompany. So Uii ot any kind (!) luv
rtiaracier. am in i'id nx:inl and Moral
Staiid:m:. I'erf.ct hKilt.!. Ah e and WiJ.'bn
to Made a home f..r a pur- Wi. in fact X
want nolH'll but hn Kon.-l 1 a-k for nothm'
mo;e man I can five I no,.'ld be p.easd to
f jnn c p;ir A'-jinlrj'an'.'e. I l.a.e lived in
one family i-r the ia-t T Vears. can five
the best of ll-lcreijces in tins ('it v. lam
about to leave in a few day for a 'l our
throu-n Nevada. 1 ia':o, Wa'-:.inrtoii Terri
tory and .-.-on ,i: tiie f..-:n 1 am co.nne -t-ei
vv.t.'i. Will j-oii p ease a!isw..-r mis on
level; t. as I tuean li i-;n.-?s your-.
"Cait. l'. (.;. I'liATT.
'Harrison St. , otie House l low iind.
Mis Mar:au pushed Lacs Ler glasses
"If you will leave this with me fur a
few days 1 think I will answer it."
I was not surprised. I h f: it.
A few weeks after Miss Marian
called on me. Her face was radiant
as she invited me to her wedding with
"He doesn't spell any better than
the law allow., and he "has a horrid
way of commencing every word with a
capital; but that don't worry me a bit,
because I always expect to go with
him everywhere, and tbere'il be no oc
casion for writiug letters. Besides at
my time of life a person can't expect
everything in a husband, and he is just
as good as gold. Kverybody speaks
well of hiui. Tin sure lean "never be
thankful enough to vou for my happi
ness." 3 U
I hat was in Circumstances
prevented my going to the wedding.
Marian gave up sewing after her mar
riage, and so it happened that I never
saw tho Captain, and rarely met tho
Captain's wife. But lust "week sho
came to me not at all in a spirit of
thankfulness dressed in deep mourn
ing. "Vour husband is dead?"
"Worse than that my mother. I
wouldn't put on mourning for nti."
"No?" I increduonsly interrogated.
"Not by a great deal! He may bo
dead now for all 1 know or care."
"Vou shock me. I supposed you
were tho happiest of the happy."
"So I was for a few weeks. Then
his hands itched to hold tho purso
striugs, and 1 had no peace until I gave
them to him. Ono morning I got up
and he was gonetaking uot only my
purse but a washed-out blondo Market
street milliner. I was divorced threo
months ago, and now I've gone hack
to the beginning. When shall I com
mence sewing for you again to-morrow?"
"He wasn't as good as gold after
all?'' I could not resist sayiu".
Sho turned on mo with considerable
"Take for granted that a man Isn't
worth sidling to a junk-shop who pro
poses io a woman tu mat iasinon; and
the woman who accented him ought to
bo put into a utrait-j.icket. Everyone
h:u to play tho fool at some period of
life. My time was lute, but I acted my
part well uud lung. Let us never speak
of it again. 1 told you I intended to
commence m the beginning."
My sewing-riKjin has regained a lou"
ost o.cmre. Marian sits there plyin"
her nee.ile m,d adjusting her odaVcs
they nr.! ten jl!lirs Mtuht u7llM w,
sho sat there, U.ln-M u, n3
though she not only msvi-r Indulged iu
a lover, but as if a dream of romance
had never eutvrod her humdrum
THE DAILY 0A1KO .SUi-LK'i IN.
Christ Before rilule.
A Milwaukee lady has contributed
,ho following fine description of Mun
Kacsy'a most famous picture, "Christ
Of the original painting. Meissonler,
tho greatest among the living French
artists. Is saia to nave remaraeu mat,
since Kembrandt's "Hondo do Nutt"
no other painting of such importance
has been produced; aud of the etching
by Waltuer it may bo said, without fear
of contradiction, that it Is tho most
masterly of translations, giving all tho
force and power of the original paiut
ing. Simplicity is ti suro indication of
tho genuinely classic in art. In this
picture tho arrangement is simplicity
itself, aud so natural that it seems to
the spectator as if it could not havo
been otherwise. 1 llate sits in an open
hall on au elvated seat. Next to him
the' Pharisees and Scribes havo posted
themselves. At a convenient distance
from him stands Christ with fettered
hands a noble human form, tall aud
erect, the body aud limbs almost cou
coaled bv a plain, llowitig white gar
metit, the head with long waving curls
falling down upon the shoulders, tho
neck, the breast this is all wo seo of
Christ. But what depth and fulness
even in this little! How noble tho face,
with its high and finely deliueated fore
head! Aud what au inimitably gentle
and yet inflexibly reproachful iook in
the eye! 'The whole Christ is in this
eye Munkacsy's whole Christ aud all
who look upon or rather into this
picture are spell-bound by it. Tho
fanatical crowd press about the majes
tic form of the .Savior, and are kept
back by the Woman soldier with his
horizontally extended spear. I'ilate
hears the accusation, meditates with
bent head and fingers set as in argu
menton Cnrist's words, apparently
endeavoring to solve the question:
"What is truth?" A second figure that
of the accuser is gesticulating de
monstratively with both hands,his head
raised and mouth open, lie expresses
a Pharisee's self-consciousness, a fana
tic's resolute prejudice. Interesting is
a third figure that of a scribe perch
ed on high against the marble wall of
the l'r.etorium, his arms crossed behind
his back, his uplifted head expressing
the curiosity of a public chronicler,
and throwing piercmg and malicious
glances toward the defenseless sufferer.
The rich Sadducee sits with provoking
defiance on the judge's bench, and with
an air of satiety he rests his hands on
his rounded thighs. At the feet of the
governor tw o judges are sitting; oce of
them is looking with the penetrating
g.ance of a scno.ar of the law, toward
the disturber cf faith; the other glances
w.tn uusteajy looks towards the medi
tating prv.uirator. The eye of a wild
finat.e, who Las pushed himself to the
front, trie l.kewise to read the ex
pression of Pilate's face. How hue are
the shades of distinction in another
group of discussing, gray-bearded doc
tors of the law to the left of the tribunal.
They are carefully weighing the words
of Christ: "I have come to bear wit
ness un'o me truth." 'This group,
consisting f tnree heads, is a charact
eristic tableau iu itself, speaking vol
umes. Prominent among these numer
ous characters, au I leaning against a
column, is a yvttcg woman who holds
nn infant in her arms. She is charm
ingly beatitin'; her attitude has a
grace worthy of 11 aphsei; the calm and
pure sweetness of her features con
trasts with the turbulence of the faces
w hich surronLd her; she is a Madonna,
who has strnved into the Sanhedrim.
In the artist's mind she no doubt was
intended to represent the dawning of
Christianity. Beyond these groups
comes a series of inexhaustible gradua
tions wi.ii.-h mart, the interest display
ed nv th-crowd. At the entrance of
the l'ia;toriutn throng the most striking
figures. The Horn an legionary soldier.
osted beiiind Cutist, is using all his
energy to keep t.ack tl.e moo. An
idiotic youth pushes himself forward
tow ard tne accused. Behind the lat
ter, a r flianly looking individual cries,
with ail his might, and with his arms
menac'ng'y outstretched, "Crucify
iiini!" j:ist as he is pushed back bv the
lance of the Roman soldier. A street
boy on the left has pressed quite near
the sufferer, and, leaning forward, is
grinning diabolically in tho face of
Christ. Behind this most sublime of
men stand tho sophistical usurers de
monstrating to each other the untimely
zeal of the founder of religion. Fanati
cal believers climb onto tho columns.
How finely grouped is this multitude!
Tho various feelings which agitate It
are all well represented in the changing,
out, at tne same timo Harmonized im
pressions produced on the mind by all
these figures, which, iu the diversity
of their expressions, all converge to
ward Jesus, whoso calmness stands
conspicuously forth in the midst of the
tumult. About this Christ there is no
halo, no artificial exaltation.no celestial
background. Nothing has been added
to the scene that might not actually
havo existed, trait for trait. No at
tempt has been made to represent a
supernatural being, a divinity; Christ
appears before the court as a suffering,
persecuted man, iu whom is represent
ed tho -whole Ideal of humanity. (Jut
of this Christ speaks the majesty of
humanity iu its struggle for moral
She I. iilu'l 'i'akf the llin.
A young lady who moves in very
good society returned froiu tho sea
shore yesterday in a Very indignant
frame of mind. Shu made a call on a
West Walnut street family and there
met half it dozen girl friends, to whom
she explained the cause of her indig
nation. "1 was on tho board-walk
about 7 o'clock in tho evening," sho
.said, "and a great horrid nan with a
black mustache, said 'h'm.' 1 paid no
attention, aud what did the bruto do
but turn square around and say, 'I'd
like to kiss you.' Of courso 1 paid no
attention, and then ho camo closer aud
said: 'I'd give this diamond ring for a
kiss,' at the samo time drawing a beau
tiful ring from his finger."
"And did ho kiss you and refuso to
ivo up the ring?" queried the girls in
"Goodness sakes, no!" was tho re
ply, "I felt so angry aud hurt that I
walked away without saying a word.
At any rate the ring was a solitaire,
and you all know that clusters aro tho
only correct things to wear nowadays."
"Ho was a beast," said tho girls,
"and you were perfectly right." i'Aii
Mo.NDAV Evkninii, Aug. 25, 1884.
The weillor continues hot aud dry,
though the clouds this afternoou and tli
appearance of the atmosphere iudicated a
gathering storm tiiat may do us a good turn
in WHyol' refreshing showers to lay (he dust
and clear the air.
The market as a rule is dull in all de
partments, values continue uncharged, but
in lea ling articles there is nothing doing
An advance in rates of freight to New
Orlems has cut, to some extent, shipments
FLOCK The market seems to havo set
tled into a dullness thnt mikes report mo
Iiotoiii Us. Slocks me Urge, detUHilJ bill it 11
and pricis weak.
IIAV Very sho. The demand is small
and only for strictly choice.
(.'OKN We note a inodera'e dciinud for
mixed, v.i'h light ii-eipis. W hite is slow
OATS-il c i t are li-jht but are fully
equal to demand.
MEAL-Very .lull. Prices ire held at
$2.73 iu j bbiiig lots.
BI!AX Eusy ai d unchanged.
BLTI'KK-Unchanged. Choice Noi th
ern w. ith Cii to 2;! cents, is in active request
and scarce. Shulce Country tinda good sale
ut lo to 18 cents.
EGOS The supply is light and the de
mand ai'.ive at (plot itioiis.
CIIICKHNS Strictly choice young find
ready sa!" at f 1.75 to f'2.25, while fancy,
as large a- old one ', bring $2 50. Old of
all k.luis are dull.
FHL'IT Very little doing. Common
ciinos"' ne pesches will not pay cost of car
riage. The market is lull of them. Choice
freestone, preferred, are in good request.
VEUE FABLES -Eferything in this line
on consignment s dull, the l-c tl trade be
ing sup; lied by country wagon...
Sales ami Quotations.
SoTB. Tne j-".f. nero z'veii nie for ie. Ir. ui
f r-i hi.t.(!f In .nun 4 lots. An aHm,ce r
C.r. J lor li.-nltt u iolulL nutO-iuro, if
1 cm c o.ce
1 car i i' s fii j
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Ur-'pe per "mini
1'otiitiK'.. p'T bii-bel
Tomatoei1 per box ... ..,
New rl ewe potitoeH pt-r I u
New fnnry y "How imn. munil pur bu.
TK I'ICAI. KItLIT
Or in sen
ON l".V- .
(,'l.olcn per burrel
C'lii lee per bustiel -
Pur l' ,
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s' :m: 75
Choice, Factory ...
10 to HI
10 to 48
10 lo so
M to 2 50
75 to fl l0
S to 15
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W lhl Cat -
Hcavr per pound. .........
AUmUST 20, 1884.
Calf, (Ireui )4
Dry Fllntchnli.i 18
Dry Halt u
Htuub Silt 6
l'lum dreiii H
Hhoep I'eli. irri'DU I iV
Damaged iilde ofi
('(innnoii I, ii .'p..
Medium J.euf. ..
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4 TfK't f '4
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Vcwi. Vcwt. -bhl. frhb:
Mon phi K'S 15 a"' Xi
Si vHrieaii" 15 35
llpleun, Ark 15 '.d ',0 ir,
Kllneslou, Miss .... 1! H'l i) 45
Nutchea 17S - ..' ' 05
All other way poll. is
below Mem plan lo
ew Oni-ain- '' Ji ti
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sort Tlironl. MHrlllnir. Sprnliia, Uriiliri,
llurna. Mi-jtlila. t'roal Itilra,
AID JLI, lillim Hllllll t rtl.Ns tU A(ll.s.
Sold t Lir.iat i I l'--ft'.r rvri!ir. . ifljr Cci.ut b.tu.
I'.rw.!l..ll, IU II l.liur,.
HI. IIVItl.l M A. 1)1.1 IIIKO
.1. u. A 'jyjtLLe. i .e i BaltiMur, fll I'.S. 4.
The Feeble Grow Strong:
Wh'-n Huntettere Slomarti Ill'.tern In tifed to pn
mote a-" milmlon of the food and Lr:ch the
blood. Ii.dii.'-t;on. the chief obetacle t . an ariui.
it!on of .tri'Ljith by the weak, U an a lineLt
Olca luri.lii.ly fucruuitx to the action or thl In
fallib u iorriT.tiv. Ltir of lti.-sh and ai nutite.
failure to -ken, and erowiiii; evidence of prema
ture d' i ay, are peei.i y r onnn rai ted by the g'rtl
invlora-ii. vi hli h brarr. op the I h icl ener.'lei
and form;ifi the cori-'lt'i-.l'.n aitain.l disease
For -a e by al. l)ruk;,'it- ai d I.-alem KeDerally.
Electric AoDliancea ara trt en ID fljut1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"trilo are nrr.rlr.i from NRrr,ci Dihilitt,
T (IT VlTal.iTT. l.r it Sikvi I mo
Vmor, WiaTlS'i WnmiuiH, on-l ail ihow iIikmh
of a I'ksosl NiTi m n 'jttinw from Ai itt and
otiiaa ' irM. bi-.iy ruicf na .-..mi-lrto rnt'c
ration r llr.ALrn.v looaan'l HaniMou'ii arktiid.
The tfHii'li'st .liscovrry of tht, Ntncttttb Ci-ntury.
Sciiil ut un-e for lllustralod I'amiiltiift frs. Addn$
VOLTAIC BEITC0..MAH8HAU, MICH.
Whnx. ilebllll v.rxhniialril
lwrr, pn;uia"ir (li-ruy
and luilaro to pvrfurm lll'e'a
tlutlr priin'rly are cauwd hj
ex '.lis.,, error!! of yntilli. rte.,
mil tin if a p.Tf'-it and la-ton
restoration to rolmat hfiilth
and vliffiriMit initiihiHid ia
, THfe MAPSTON BOLUS.
.i iuii-r aoiiudi n urui.inK nor
instriim'Mita. T)o. tri'atmeut of
M-rviim II lil lit y and
I'll v ft leu I lli-cil v iaunifrirtiilv
rocceaffiil Ix'i-anao bas.d on pfrfnt diaioioKia,
new anil dlreet tntlioila and att-oluti. tlior.
oiirhnraa, f ull in'onns'ion aud TreatiM tree.
Adilresa onnli inir J'liyii-inn of
MARSTON REMEOYCO.,46W.t4thSt, NewYork.
A favnrlta nKsvrlntlnn of on Of thfl
tnottnotad aud auccowiful .'CiallBts in UieU. d,
inow retired i for Ihoeureof Aroi Itrbilitiu
'.oat Manhood, Wtaknrma and Ittouy. Heul
lu plain aealed euvelopercs. iiiutjgiaU-Uui fliliW
Addreii DR. WARD 4 CO., Louisiana, Ma.
OK 'I UK HI'MAN llul'V llM,AHUi:i, PKVI I
OTKI), KrullN'iT'HKNKD." lif., in an intcis'itnm
In r.'iilv in
nmrit's wo w 'lly 1 ttu-ro in tin vvnlvne nf tnim-
BiCTiii'i'MiJ lt.;il.,l..?ST-f...v ,Tg?
NOPAYI Mis lIfllli
hit. Ill riODTM t'LAlC br,t ChlCAfO IN
Ubllihad IMS), ti still trUu( all PH
Vftta, Marrow, Cbntutt Dd Hpclldlt-
, Inmpftrltyi, Ptinftl dtiuaci, rte, Coo-
tntftiioD inwinniy, or bf letltr rrti
lr. Kn It th only pbyticlan lit tb
rltr tlut ttirrtiitltnri or HorikT. tjA
W UlUtrtt4 book, owe I.Ovt) itrtKrlitUwUt $1 fclAiklL
I0U. II. 11. KASK, of Uia Dr(nlarT
aii7ciii.,.,r hl.,iriilrklT an 4 alnl.i.lT. F..r l.lli
al.lianl .iolirM.m. nurrfiniTnlnnt ni,1lrl man.a.,a-r-a
U. tt. kkHk, A. I.U., 10 ralKa St., lark CkVf.
fr f DR. m
f BEFOreVand -inrFRN
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t.VIail ...!i:vj0.m. I tMull , 4 :(, in.
Kxprena 11:45 p. in. I tExprcaa 11:45 a. di,
JSt LoiiU F.x U;!.'o p. lu. tbt LouIh Ki li;15 p, m.
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8T. L. A I. M. It. 11.
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Wa BT La ft Pt H H
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Accmu 4:00 p.m. I Accum 10:110 a.m.
Freight ......7:45 a.m. FrelKbt 6:45 pm,
MOBILE A OHIO H. It.
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Uuily except Muoilay. t Ilallr.
TIM K CAUIJ
AUItlVAL AND UEPAKTUUE OF"
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..7:aoara to 7:U0 pro
..ti a. tu. to D p m.
..Ha. iu. to In a. m.
. U a. ni. to lii':im
M'rf l iver arrive Wed "sit
'O. jtei' del. op ufrom
i .u inn (it:, UlUi ir,u 4
Mnrda,ii L'er . i.ti. oi ei. Irom.
Siiio ava l x d.';. upen ftmn.
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St. Louis ami Chicago.
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Q DAILY TIIALV
MaKINU DlhtCT CoMNKCTION
1 tuna tlt I'iU'o:
'i 1 ii 111. Mh.il,
r:l.lf iu St. i.'iuia y im j.m ; t'Llcairo i V) p.n ,
' Msiuiii.' ii o.'.it. l t Kfnuriam f r '!ri(i"
call. I.oulsTiili', lridiaupo'it anu poli.lt Eih',
lt-':U:." i in. l-'iiMt f-t. Louis ami
Arnvini! li. St I.oa'sCil" p m , and c 'jciucllt,
for ail po.ntu Wti.
.'.1 4Tj i. in. i-'.-iHt Mxpreaa.
For St. Louie an I Chlca", arrilni at St. Lea:i
ID l'i p ui , and C'hicaiCjti.U a. m.
:ii4." p.ni ( 'iiicimiati J-lxpi-fHH.
Arr!:rii at C'Tik itiiiatl 7:'i a. m ; Ijunvllh 1:11
a m : lLdlaiiapo. I I ' a m. Paa-eiiger. b?
Ilil. train rearri the ib it pn.nt. 1 to .'I'J
H' L'I'.s in advance of any other route.
l-The 3:ir a. m. expr"a ha Pf'I.l.MAM
So KEl'I.N'U t'AU from l a.ro lo cluclntiati. ua
out chimfea, arid ttjr..uh aleepera lo St. Louia
Fat l inio East.
Ps. ss'll triifu ll-T llu,; if" itiroun to Ksit.
1 llol. 11., c 1 irn point, without dt de.ai
cauted bjf Sunday interveutii. . The Saturday al'er
loon tra.n from Cairn arrive, lu new Yo-k Jioncay
nomi'iit at 10 '!5. Thirty tix hours In advarceol
B other route.
'4CF(ir throtich ticket, aud further lDformatloa
tpplr at I.IIukI. Central Kaliroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JON EH, Ticket Aifetil
t. II. UANSON. Oen. I'aa. Atent. Chlraro
. C17 St Charles St. ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. r.frulnr Oradunta ot two mfdlcal
rolleica. lias bwn l'inii eiot. Ktd In the treat-rii-nt
of lliront', IS" ervoui, kSlcin nntl
Jlloml DlM-a.t-i than any oilier phralclaa In
tl. I.oul, as city p" r thow uud al I u 1-1 retl
.rnli know. ( onsnltatlon at office or by n. alt,
frw and lnv!td. A friendly tulk or III opinion
tosta noihliiR. When It It IncotiTPiilent to Tlalt
the city for treatment, nifdlrlnea can l ent
tiy mallor rspre.a everywheie. Curable eau-t
iruaraiileeil : her" doubt ei!l. ll Is frankly
elated. Call or Write,
fterrone Proatratlon, Pehlilty, Mental and
Phyalcal VTeakneaa, Were oi lal and oth.r
tflectloaaof Throat, 8klna4 Bonx, Blood
Imparltl.. and Blond Polaoalag, Skl Affr
tloaa, Old Horet and flcera, Impediment! to
Marrlaie, Bhmmetl in, Pllea. Sperlal at;
teatlua t eaaea from orer-worked brala.
EfBf.ICAL CASES refelve apeclal attention.
BUeaaee arlnlny from Improdenrei, Kxceaaea,
It la aelf-evldent thai a phvilrlan farlnf
particular alteutlon to a clan of raara attain
Kreat iklll. and phvslrlani In regular prartlia
all over the country knowing this freoiently
recoinniPnd (usei to the oldest otllce lr Anierl
ca, where erery known appliance la resortei
to, and the p roved tcool remli of all
aitea and eountrlea are uii'd, A whole house 1
u.ed for olflce purpoai-a, and all are treated wltll
kill In a re'pecifiil inaiiner; and, know.u
what to do. no experiment' are made. On nc
fount of the Kreat iiuinli.-r applvlnpr, tha
charirea are kept low, often lower than Is ile
maoued by others. If yon erure the ski I rnd
Ket aspeedy and perfect life cure, that Is the
Important matter. Pamphlet, 34 paifes. 8'Mt
to any address free.
puteV ; MARRIAGE GUIDE ( pages
Klevant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for 60
cents In postaxe or currency, over filly won.
derful pen pb-turee. tru to life, articles on the
following subjects: Who may marry . whon itt
whyD 1 rnperaireto marrr. Who marry fir. U
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical derav. Who
hould marry. How life and happiness may be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
niarrvlug should read It. It ought to be rea l
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CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLFGK,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and iflth St., Chicago),
Medinal IJejartinent ot
Tho Northwestern UnivorHity.
N. 8. UAVIrt, M. I)., LL. I)., Dean.
The Co leglate vear will benlii Sept. IB, 1881, and
close March s!4, lfed. The course of Instruction I
traded, Htndenta being divided Into first, second
and third year classes, "ualltlcations for admis
sion are either a Decree of A. it., a certifl ate of a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of Instruction Is consplcnou.lv prac
tical, and ia a. piled in the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke', and M chaul Iteese liospltul., dally at
the bedsid" of tho ilck. The Practitioners' Course
will bcuin the day after the Annual Commence
ment and C nt'i ue four weeks. Pees, In advance:
tiatrirnlatlon, .".k); Lecture., $75.00; Uemonstra
tor, 5.00. Hospitals: Mercy, $H.O0: St. Luke's,
$5.00. Laboratory, $5.00; I)ruakaie, $.flO. Kinal
Kxaminatlon, $:i" 00, February 1st. Practitioners'
Course, $110.00. For further Information, address
WALTER HAY, M. D., LL. D., Secretary,
715-4wd 943 State St., Chicago. III.
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