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One TlioiiHaiul Acres of Land and
"Eia;ht Smart of Bears."
On the deck of a big Mlrilatlppl steamboat
stood an an-d Southern plauu-r. Indicating by a
sweep of hi arm the water tbe boat was paxilng
over, he said to a passenger from the North!
"Worn I was twelve veara old I killed mr flrat
bear on a new pltntatlon my father waa then cut-
tint out of a foro-t that grew directly over the
waters of tbls bend. That was a mighty good
plantation, a-d there waa right smart of bears
. there, too. Hut that one tbouaand acre of land
wm iuui iBi araaixiipui rears ago, '
It la DUttlff no atrtln nnnn tti (lunrn In
! that sreat foni.ti or vtmiiioil kniu. unm
.beaOty audmauly euimtu ar ew:it In Him uim
war every year Intn t!.n great, turbid torrent of
rilMtat and d"iilh. YmI II nrn rf n.i 1. ... ti...
It laao la a dlirrar aa well a a loss. Pcoplo
: art largely too carelea or too atntild to defend
their owl Intoreata tbe mo.t pruclou of which
la health. That gone, all la gone. Dlaeaae la
e'.mple, bnt to rockUiaaiieaa or lgmretio, tbe
simplest thing might aa well be co uples aa a
nroDoaltlon tn Conic KeCllon. Aa the himn
Weatarn rivers. Which SO often flood the cltlee
a I011 u their sho'ss, arise in a few mountain spring
so all our ailments can lie tracea to impure mood
ana a amau group 111 uisoroerv i ucn".
Tha m at i tT.Mve au1 Inrlnilve reuied) for die
aae Is PAKKKK'H TONIC. It goa to tbe
aoaros of il an 1 wi-aknesa. In response to Its
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ria their w.irk afi-eab. ami disease Is (Irlv n Oil ,
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' GItOVEU CLEVELAND,
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A LOST CIIANCC.
It was mid-summer, and Lilian
Ferguson had never seen a fairer scene
than' tbo billows of bluo hills that lay
stretched out below her, with here and
there the flush of a half-hidden lake, or
tlio ribbon-like glitter of a tiny river.
Sho stood leaning against the rustic
post that formed tho support of the
looking oflico of the smull rural sta
tion, while Iier modest little trunk and
traveling bags were piled up at the
"Don't fret, miss," said tho station
master, porter, and booking clerk com
bined, who was bustling in and out
'The omnibus will bo here soon."
"Oh, I am in no hurry for tho bus!"
said Lilian, pleasantly. "I could stand
and look at this beautiful landscape all
"Ain't that strange no'w?" reflect
ively uttered the oflicial. "We never
think about it at all."
"Is tho omnibus often as late as
this?" said Lilian, glancing at her neat
little silver watch.
"Not generally," said tho station
master; "but to-day they're waiting at
tho llectorv for tho ueuf-and-dumb
"For whom?" said Lilian, in amazo
ment, "For tho deaf-and-dumb gentleman,
miss," explained the station-master.
"A cousin of our minister's. Ile'a buon
down here for treatment; but dear mo,
there ain't no treatment can over do
Lira any good. As deaf as a stone,
miss, and never spoke an intelligent
word since ho was. born. But they do
say he's a very learned man, in spite
of all his drawbacks."
"I'm afraid ho won't be a very livoly
traveling companion," said Lilian,
"No, I supposo not," said the station-master,
in a matter-of-fact sort of
Just at that moment a wagonctlo
drovo up: the driver handed out a va
lise, and assistod a young lady to
"Hus tho omnibus gone?" sho criotL
flinging asido her veil, and revealing a
very pretty brunette face, shaded by
Jolly fringes of hair and flushed with
"You'ro just in timo, miss," said Mr.
Jones, peering down the winding road,
which his cxporienecd eye could tract),
when no one else's was of any avail.
"It's a-ooiniu' now!"
Hut Lilian Ferguson, who had been
gii.itig at tlio new comer earnestly,
tnw ennio forward with an eager smile
mid 1111 outNireicliud hand.
"Surely I am not mistaken," said
she. "ttnd tills is Kllen Morton?"
"Lllltut Ferguson!" Oil, vou darl
ing, 1 am 1 nil to seo j oul'f cried tho
stranger. "Hut where on earth did
you come from?"
And thus met tho two lovely girls
who had parted Just a year ago at
Madtuiio do Tournnlro's fashionable
boarding-school In Scarborough, and
who hml not seen ouch other since.
Just at this moment, however, thoro
was no timo for explanations. Tho
ponderous omnibus rolled up, with
creak of leathern curtain, tramp of
0A1KU liULLKTlty: WEDNESDAY AlOKNlflU OCTOBER 29, 1884.
horses, and a goneral confusion of
arrival, to the broad wooden steps of
The sun was already down. In tho
twilight, Ellen and Lilian could only
drover that .tho vehicle containod but
ono other occupant, a man. who leaned
back in tho far corner, with the top of
hisfaco portially hidden by a largo,
wide-brimmed hat, and its lower part
rappcd in tbe folds of a Persian silk
i lie inclined his head courteously as
they entered, and moved a handsome
1 traveling case which lay on the middle
I seat, as if to make room for them.
"Is there anothor passenger?" said
1 aim oiorton, wun a mue, norvous
"It's only a deaf-and-dumb gentle
man, .Milan explained, nor eyes lull
of soft pity. "Tuo station-master told
me about him."
I "What a nuisance!" cried Ellen. "I
had hoped we should have tho drive to
ourselves. But now, doar," as sho
settled herself in tho most comfortable
corner, "tell me what this unexpected
"It means," said Lilian, with ashy
smile, "that I am going to be nursery
governess at Chesslngton Hall, that is,
if I give satisfaction. I was engaged
by a letter a week ago."
"What a very singular coincidence,"
said Miss Morton, shaking her cherry
colored bonnot-strings. "And. I am
going to bo companion to old Mrs.
Grove, of Grove Rookery, tho very next
place to Chessington Hall. How I do
envy you, Lilian."'
"Envy me, Ellen?"
"Yes. Haven't you heard about it?"
said the brunette. "The Chessington
children, your future chargo, are moth
erless, don't you knowr They are
under the care of an aunt so Mrs.
Grove told me; and there is a hand
some widower and an interesting
young bachelor at Chessington HalL'1
Lilian colored Hotly.
"Neither of whom I exnect to meet"
"It will be your own fault if vou
don't" observed Miss Morton. "Why,
my dear, here isyour career all chalked
out for you. Sentimental widower,
with lots of money pretty governess
mutual fascination growing devotion
tinale, a wedding! HevI presto.
your fortune is made!"
"i.llen, now can you talk sor ' cried
Lilian, flushing and indignant "I
am not on a husband-hunting expedi
tion; I am simply trying to earn my
"The more gooso you. to neglect
sucn an opportunity as this," said
Ellen, laughing. "If you don't try for
tho widower, I shall. Grove ltookery
is only half a mile from Chessington
Hall, after all; and a rich husband
would solve the problem of my life at
"This is too ridiculous, Ellen!" said
Lilian. "I could not respect mvsolf if
I were to plot and plan like this. I
know it Is unjust, but you have made
mo disnke Mr. Chessington already."
"lhetnore tho better, said Miss
Morton. "Thev sav . ho Is vcrtr hand.
some; and one could easily send tho
children away to boarding-school. I
can assure you, I'll have no old-maid
aunts and interfering uncles about the
premises." - '
"Eiien, let us talk of something
else," said Lilian, resolutely. "Tell
mo all that has happened to you since
wo saw eacn other last
Ellen laughed out a merry, rinrriu?
"Well, if you must know," said she,
"I've been trying my best to get a
nice husband, but without any suc
"Is matrimony, then, the end and
aim of all the world?" said Lilian, with
"As far as I am concerned yes,"
acknowledged Miss Morton, with
"Pardon mo, Ellen," said Lilian,
"but it seems to mo that you have do
generated frisrhtfully since those dear
old days at Madame do Tournairo's.
Miss Morton yawned.
"How tedious all this is!" said she.
"Miss Ferguson turned lecturer, eh?
How I wish that poor fellow in tho
corner wasn't deaf and dumb I'd flirt
with him, just to aggravato you, Lily!"
Lilian made no answer. Sho leaned
her head out of tho wiiidow, and
watched the purpio dusk creep up the
hill sides, counting the stars as ono by
ono they shone out Anything wa
better than Ellen's shallow chatter!
Grove Rookery was soon reached,
and Miss Morton bado her old school
mate an effusive farewell.
"I seo that tho old lady has sent tho
carriage to meet me," said she. "Good
by, Lily! You must bo suro to intro
duce mo to tho charming widower
when I come over. Au rcwir, darlin"
au rcvoir!" 0
Tho deaf-and-dumb gentleman left
the omnibus very soon. Miss Fergu
son watched with some interest, butno
carriage of any description soemed to
be wailing for him.
Ho disappeared into tho woods liko
a shadow, and vanished from hor
"I suppose, poor follow, that ho lives
near hore," thought sho. "How dread
ful it must bo, thus to bo cut off from
all companionship with ono'a fellow
But even whilo these reflections
passed through her mind, tho omnibus
stopped again, before a glittering
facado of lights, half-veiled in swaying
summer foliago Chossington Hall!
"lloro you aro, miss," said tho
Through tho summer evening dusk,
Lilian could seo tho marblo-railod tor
race and the broad carrlago' drive,
whilo two child figures danced up and
down, and uttorod Joyful exclamations
of wolcomo littlo Blancho and Alice
"Are you tho now govornoss?" said
they. "Are you Miss Ferguson? Wel
come welcomo! We aro bo glad that
you havfl como!"
And in an instant their arms were
twined around Lilian's neck.
. At the end of a month Lilian Forgu
son felt completely and thoroughly at
homo with hor new pupils.
They had ranged the woods, and vis
ited nil tho grottoes and cascades; they
bad surrouudod her with an atmos
phere of tho sweetest affection.
Mrs. Hartloigh, their aunt, was
equally kind; and Alfred Hartloigh, tho
interesting young undo, bad already
taken her into bis conildonoo as to tho
beautiful brido ho was going to bring
homo soon. , . '
But It certainly was very strango
that she never had seen Adrian Chess
ington himself, tho father of her lovely
Until ouo pleasant morning, when,
juxt as M10 had como out to rccuivo
Miss M i: ton, who had driven over in
tho Grovo Rookery carriago to call, a
tall, handsome gentleman entered the
room, with Mrs. Hartleigh on his arm.
"Tho deaf-and-dumb gontlemanl"
Lilian involuntarily exclaimed.
"Poor follow, so it is!" said Miss
Morton, who advancod' airily, shaking
out tho light muslin flounces of her
dress. "How ho docs haunt us, to be
Ladies," said tho deaf-and-dumb
gentleman, "you are mistaken. I can
hear and speak, to-day, as well as
anybody. I should have spoken to
vou a month ago in tho omnibus, if it
had not been for tho unfortunate cir
cumstanco of mv having just been
to the dentist and had my lower jaw
broken in tho extraclion of a double
tooth. I perceived that you were mis
taking mo for my unfortunate friend
Mr. Donton, a deaf-mute, who lives
near here; but he had been detained
until tho next day, and with my band
aged face it was. impossible for mo to
speak and explain matter"
Ellen Morton's fuco glowed scarlet
Sho literally knew not what to say.
But Lilian Ferguson stood calm and
"Then," she said smiling, "all our
sympathy was thrown away upon
He inclined his head.
"Exactly," ho said. "I found the
next day that it was necessary to put
myself under tho care of a surgeon, so
that I have been a sort of exllo for a
few weeks. Pardon my being so lato
to welcomo you to Chessington Hall!
But tho welcome is nono tbe less warm
becauso it is tardy!"
Ellen Morton never came to Chess
ington Hall again, nor could she so
much as think of her conversation in
tho omnibus that night, without hot
indignation at herself. '
"What a fool I was!" she cried.
Mr. Chessington, however, much as
he liked and admired Lilian Forguson,
never asked her to marry him.
"When I was widowed once it was
forever," ho said.
And Lilian never coveted the prizo
of his heart; perhaps because she was
engaged to a rising young clergyman.
"If only I had Lily's opportunities!"
said Miss'Morton. "But I wrecked my
chances when I spoko out my mind so
freely before the deaf-and-dumb gentleman!"
New York's Rud Young Man.
Another man who is often ma is tho
younger son of a wealthy widow or a
careless father, who is allowed $10,000
or 1 15. 000 for pin-money, besides tho J
debts which ho manages to contract
with his tailor and florist. Tbespcci-I
men very often gets into the papers, I
has numerous intrigues with actresses,
considers himself a frightfully wicked
specimen of humanity when ho suc
ceeds in lugging some woman of the
stage off to supper, and cultivates
round shoulders and a wearied, ex
hausted and dissipated expression. Ho
drinks absinthe cocktails, talks con
tinually about women, and passes
with the younger members of his sex
as an awfully bad man. It is not in
frequently the case that this youth
thero are a great many of the kind in
New York imagines himself very
much more depraved and wicked than
he really is. His father usually knows
which way the wind is blowing, and al
lows tho boy to have his swing. - After
be has sown his wild oats, the young
man not infrequently settles down into
a solid, good-natured and thorough
going business man. Ho then affects
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everything in the world and gives
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importance, but as a rule, he has the
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Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gals. Price.
G x 8 U50 $21.00
6x9 lm 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 0.' 2250 3C.(J0
7 x 10 2500 40.00
These tanks aro made of CLKAH CYPKKHS, y.
Inrhes tbb'k, securely hooped aud are WATER
TIuIlT. They are
Shipped whole and are well bruceel
lo prevent their hi Ing nek. d or broken In hand
ling. Estimates furnl-hed for
'1'onltB of any Hlze.
A. HIGGS Ac UltOS.,
'217 Delord St., New Orleans. La.
Causes no Pain
Gives Relief at
once. ' Thorough
Cure, Not a LIq-
HAY-EEVER uld or Snuff Ap-
plv mt'i nostrils Give It a Tr'al. 50 r.ent at
druggists, on cents iy mall registered. Send
lor cirrn'er. Sample by mall 10 cents,
ELY UROTUEKS, Orugglsls, Owego. N' Y.
The Regular Cairo 4 Paducah Daily
SSSSi GUS FOWLER
flUNRV K. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOROE JOIlEa, Clerk.
loaves Paducah fnrCiIro daily (Sundays except
ed) si 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Heturt
ng, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.) Mound City atS p tn
The Weekly Bulletin.
J-iTClubs of TEN for $9.00. Sand name
who are tired of Cal Icons that fadelnsnnsblue or
, washing will dad the
PURPLES, "QUAYS," AND
perfectly fast and -e'labla. II yon want an hones
...ui, iry iuem. maue in great variety .
Tone, Toncli. Worlcinaiisliip & DnraMlIty
WILLIAM KXAI.K A CO.
E"',?2,i,1?.ta. Ww,t '"H"n"ro Street, Ilulllmorn,
No. 1)3 Klfib Avenue, New York. ',
A PUEPER BREECH
G U N.g
mi, nit n fir miti
ever offered to ttia uublie.
For sale by all flrst-elass Gnu Dealers.
At Wholesale only by (send fur Catalocue)
SCHOVERLING, DALY ft GALES,
84 & 88 Chambers St.. New York.
1VKU I EIIS! .,d lor our Select List of
. Practically a New Creation.
'Hens u'Capc ne l lastt rs aro tbe plasters o
otlnr das n v sed aud made perfect. "Jr. .i .11. p
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W..a.it an active, energetic -nd trustworthy
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L.s to sell our goods. We otters permanent
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to oa well recommended. We o not desire to enr
respond wis those who think fortunes are made.
Iad, but with tboaewbo arewtlleKto work!
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on co,,,u anient. Il.sness strictly honorable.
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lngae.e and prcseLt occupation.
H KEKA CO.,
Box Lil. Newark, N . J.
Ar. Only JiauffLter Cured ot t'onsuiiip.
hot) lli'lifw una I.
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tlon, all eineine- having fa led. and I;r. 11
James waseaverimeiiiln . be sccldettsily made a
preparation ol ira-an Hem t , which cured bta only
child, a' a now gives this reeli e on recelot of two
stamp to .ayei, us i Hemp also cures Night
Sweat- Naoi-eaat the Stomsch, and will break
afealicod lr 21 boa is. Address CUaDiiihb
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The iScieiice of Life. Ouly $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
AGreat Medical Wojk on Manhood
Exnausted V taiity. Nervoos snd Pbyical De
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loutb, and untold miseries reanltlna- Irom Indis
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mludle-sged and old. Itcontaina a prescriptions
ft) 'all acute and ctronic diseases, each one ol
Hiich i; invaluable, bo found ty the Author,
wboac experience for 2.1 years ia such aa probably
never before fell to the lot of any-physiclaa. SoC
pages, bound In besutlful French muslin, em boa
ted covers, til gilt, I'tiarar.te. d to be a finer work
in ev. ry sense mechanical, literary snd profes
siotal than any other work sold In tbls country
for$'J .W.oi tnonnuey will ho refunded In every
Insure Pitco oi.ly ai.Ou by "null, postpaid.
llluairatWf sam le t cents. Fend now. Gold
medal awtrdi d tbe author hy the National Medical
Asacciauou, to tne Hirers ol which he refers.
Tbe Hil- rceol Li f- should be read hvthe turns
f r lnstru tion, and by tbe afflicted for lellef. It
will benefit all. London I.accet.
There . no member nl society to whom the Sci
ence of Life will not be nsefnl, whether yooth,
pnnt guardlau, Inatructor or clerg man. Argo
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iat- dtaea.es that have baffled ITT A I the
skill ol all o ber physicians a IIVj11j spe
cialty. Much treated sue- TIIVCUI 1
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slentton tbls paper.
V 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
.T. C. CAHS0N, Cairo, Ills.
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all other tistent causes in tho Patent Offlee and
before the Courts promptly and carefully attended
Upon rorolpt of model ft sketch of Invention, I
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