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AT TUB VAUDEVILLE.
"How U inoiher. Katie'' said Heartsease
nnxlnusly to her sister tho following even
ing, s.iortly pefore dinner.
"Scarcely any better," answered the elder.
"I was roIiir to tell you, Heartsease, that I
r.innot go this eveiiinjr. Mother must not
be left, and Flossie Isn't the same, even If
.he were not engaged for to-nltcht."
"I came to say," said Heartsease firmly,
"that if mother was not very much better, I
would stay with her."
"Certaln'y not. The oftVr was primarily
made to you, and you remember I was the
lat who went to the theatre." The prudent
elder sl.stor would not say to the younger:
"St. John would not thank us for the ex
change." "You may stay If you choose.but
I sha 1 stay also. I don't know if mamma
would like you to go alone with Mr. St. John,
but I think she would not mind."
llenmcase pleaded and beed, but all to
no end. Katie was Inexorable, and finally
kissed her sister, laughing, and told her to
run otr and tell bU John how matters were.
Heartsease went slowly towards tliedraw
Ing rooin, wishing very much that she could
have remained at home in Kate's stead, and
yet dimly conscious that her disappoint
ment in losin?the pleasure w ould have been
kc'tier tl.an her sister's; not for the play's
sake-she had almost forgotten what that
w as-but lor the sake of being with Albert
St. John. Still, he might prefer Kate's com-
St. John was alone In the drawing-room,
and as the girl entered he looked up with
such a sudden I.ght over all his face, that
any one else than Heartsease herself would
have noticed it without fail.
He rose up and led her forward to a chair.
"What Is the matter?'' he sa d, smiling.
"You look very solemn. Your mother is uo
wotse, is she?"
"Oh no; but she Is scarcely bitter, and
Katie won't let me stop with her. I wanted
to stay and let Katie go with you, but she
wouldn't hear of It. I am so sorry."
"fo am I for her and it is very kind of
you to wish to take her place, and of her to
reftise to let you. Of course In'muld have
been rnly too pleased if she eould have
come, but there seems to be no help for it."
Now, I nm afraid this speech was not quite
Certainly, St. John was generous enouch
to regret that Katie should lose the pleasure
of going to the theatre, but the delight of
having Heartsease to himself was so great
as to outbalance his regret on Katie's ac
count. The most marnnniinous of lovers would
not hnve felt diflVreofy ornfer the circum
stances. lint IIcruKease was not quite satisfied.
tJln' danced at her companii n wistfully.
"X-no," slit- said s'owly; "only "
"On y what? You wi;l come, will yon
not?" asked St. Julm quickly, "unless your
mother does not wish it."
"She would not mind, I think. We have
tiotfcbkfdhcr.we never disturb her when
she has those headaches."
The girl wanted t find out whether St.
John w ould have tr. ferret! Katie's compan
ionship, but she could not pos lbly ask the
question, and, besides, she had a dim unac
knowledged feeling, somewhere In a deep
corner of her heart, that he would rather
she herself went
St John saw that she was perplexed, and
smiled to himself, but heasked no question.
"What part of the house are the orders
"for?" asked Heartsease.
"Did I not tell you? A private box, first
tier, second from the Rtago."
"The best posit Ion In the house," said
Heartsease, wondering who could have
given the orders, for she knew there was
scarcely any "paper" at the Vaudeville Just
now. "The School for Scandal" was draw
ing crowdod houses. "Do we walk?"
"No; we shall have a linnnni. If you am
ready at twenty minutes to eight, that will
bo quite early enontrh,"
Very lovely ll .-artseasc looked when she
came into the drawing-room, punctual to
the time named. In a Mack velvet gown, and
arrjlng tho furrd mantle Inwhh'h St.
John had first seen her.
She had casually alluded oi.ee to that visit
or tiers to St. l'etcr's, Eaton-square, and ho
had replied cor.dcKsljr that he knew the
church well, but had not pursued the sub
ject. "Ladles can be punctual. Mr. St. John,"
said the girl laughingly to him.
Ho was ready, and stood by the mantel
piece. "Fasten my gloves, please, Katie," she
added, holding out her hand; but St. John
"1 protest," said he, "agalmt b,lng do
prived of my privileges."
Heartsease turned to him with the slight
est possible change of color, and surrender
ed her pretty hand.
Katie covertly watched him as he deftly
performed the task, and settled her lips and
nodded siigaelously-a mental nod-as she
A few moments Inter, St. John and Hearts
:ise were sealed side by side In a hansom
bowling rapidly towards tho Siriuid. All,
what happiness this was to both, though
only one fully divined the cause 1
(it. John looked down at the exquisite
fiiei! so clo.se to him with a wild longing to
Jliaw It yet closer. 11.) could not do that,
out he tenderly folded the opera-hood
Katie's handiwork-round her head.
, "J 100,1 1 i'le aie scarce," he said, as she'
.l!.j.'JlJku,,,,,llh "Mul,n uud "flly-Iokeii
"Oh. I am Mn.ng," snd i. ; "J m.v,.r tufcc
torn of nil mm."
"I HUM tllkeeirenf jnU then." "Will you
let me do so niwavsV" on his lips, but to
titter the welds wmid, have been t.iklng ml
She smiled ui'ftiu- a bruUt. happy Mulle
but did not lo k at him iliistlnicund pres.
Hilly tliu cab slopped lit the the.nre.
II lit e se i.ot'C d n they Went to the
box that Iho box-keeper allowed an Miuna.t
mount of defereiiei to her companion, and
when they were, seuled sho remarked, laugh
ing! "That iiiaii treated you its If you hfld boon
tho I'lliice of Wnies,"
"Did lit?" said St John, Utiivg IU Up;
then ha laughed. "I shouldn't wonder," he
aid, "If he takes mo for a cousin of mlno,
who Is si Holt as a Jew we are a good deal
alike, I am told, but I have never eeii him.'
Terhaps othi rt In tho !ions Heartsease
tliotwlit made the i'tiio mistake, tor she. ob
served several people in the stalls both
Indies and gentlemen looking at St. John,
and some nodded or l o.ved to him, all of
which salutes he returned.
Some looked very surprised, especially a
splendldly-dresBed lady in an opposite box,
of whom the girl presently heard the occu
pants of the next box talking as the ' .Mnr
chlnncs" of 8oiuo:hlng. Tils lady, who
was young and hand -ohm. waved her fan at
St. John and nodded Igorou.sly, aim lie
bowed to her.
"She takes mo for my cousin," ho remark
"Don't you know her?"' asked!! artsease.
"13y sight, yes," replied St John; and
II 'artsease wondered a little that he should
bow to people he did not seem to know.
J he irirl wns t o tiurouclanfe to notice toe
looks of admiration direct -d towards her
self, but her companion saw thcin fast
enough, and felt very proud of his young
charge. He saw nlsotliat the glances of
those to whom he had bowed said plainly,
"W ho Is she?" But he felt secure in a pri
vate box; no one would intrude when he
had a lady with b in. The exitfiom the
theatre would be the didloulty.
Heartsease was sublimely happy. Sho
was delighted with the p:e c, which she had
only seen once before, and then with a cast
Inferior to the present; but the play was
not "the thin.'." It was because Albert St.
John was w th her, and there was that sub
tle nippiirl between heart and heart which
needs not it.u'itys to he tinder-tood to be
Now and then tlpre w.m'dtonn across
the u'irl's mind a thought of the cloud over
hanging her linne; but mix. etles could hard
lv pr 's heavily upon her to-night; every-
thiuir was in a widen huzi1.
The given curtain fell, and Il-uitsease
blitJ' d a sigh.
"Have you enjoyed the play'." asltel St.
hn, n he fnld d her mantle around her,
lingirlng a little perhaps over thj very
e,' with a swift upward look and a
vivl lMiil c, Thank you so much forthe
ensure I" '
"The thanks are front me lo you, Hearts
ease. Jt lias bveu the Happiest evening in
Hoarise.ne did not know how to answer
this last speech ; perhaps it wjsonly com
plimentary, but sho felt there was more than
(Oinpilnient in his tone. Sho was silent,
turning away a little, nnd folding up her
proii iimuie with rather unnecessary elabora
tion. St John seemed in no ereat hurry to d
port, and the auditorium was nearly empty
when he quitted the b x with his compan
ion;. mil he des 'ended the still crowd d
stairs very slowly. Ju the lobby, II arts
ease, and St John t o, for that matter,
heard a female voice say:
"Sencer told me that he had cone yacht
ing in the Mediterranean with Lord Uian
don." "Well," returti 'd a man's voice, "either
he must have come home, or there is a mis
take somewhere; for you can't very ea-lly
mistake him; and there he was with the
"Do you hear those people?" whispered
Hcarf-eaio innocently. "I wonder if they
are talking of yon-taking you for your
".Most llk-dy. Come this way," doubling
cleveily. "I don't want to be grei t d us
somebody els1;, and have to make explana
tions." 'l'tiry r'tit'h'(l Iha ilonr. A oummmiUm
a re .standing t lero tuine l round, saluting
' Car. inge, in) lord?" he nsked.
St. .) Iin s nr. ed, and looked ut the man In
"No; haiwoni," he answered.
"Why, in the name of wonder." said St
John, as the man ran out on tho pavement,
"did the fallow tip me 'my lord'?'
"1 don't know,' said Heartsease, laugh
lug; "but you certainly seem to be taken
fur some important parsonage to ni.ht"
The hansom came up, St. Jo'm handed
his companion in, and as he followed, re
warded the commissionaire with a sid ling.
That functionary did not put the usual
question, "Where to?'' II was discreet
Hut his discretion made S,.Johubite his lip
Had he dona rilit In brlngii.g II ;ai t eae
He leaned back with a very clouded brow
as the hansom drove oh, but the clond goon
cleared; tho danger w is p.vt now. S i real
harm was done, and II artse ise was clo-e
by his side.
He wished the distance home had been
double; Keppel-street was reached all too
Katie met them at the door, and St. Joint
saw Heartsease give her sister a q lick, anx
ious, questioning look, and caught Katie's
half-whispered answer, "No no letter," re
ferring evidently to some special letter that
Then Heartsease asked, "How is mother?"
and was told, "Much better-aim ist well."
This letter clearly referred to something
of vital Importance, since It was thought of
even before tho mother so dear to all the
During supper Kate looked more than
usually grave, and was sometimes, St John
noticed, thinking of other things than what
the was talking about.
But this preoccupation more nearly con
rerned himself than he was awaTe of. 1
When Heartsease went np to bed with her
list r, both girls repaired to their mother's
room to bid her good-night.
She kissed Heartsease tenderly, asked her
how sho had enjoyed herself, and soon;
but when Hcartseaie was gone, and Kate
was following, Mrs. Vernon called her back.
It had been about an hour previously that
the pain b gan to lessen, and then Katohad
explained matters to her mother.
Mrs. Vernon only said she did not object
to Heartsease going, and K itle said:
"I want io speak to you later, mother,
when yon are well enough."
Now therefore Mrs. Vernon asked:
"What was It you wanted to say t) me,
Kail j seated her.elf by tin) beds'do, and
took her mother's hand in hi own.
"It was about Mr. St. John," Mic ;it(l,
"mid Hearlse.ve. Have you noticed? 1 am
sure his Is loud of In r. 1 don't m -in that
he shows her any rn rial attention, imt n s
Utile thlii.-s. II '. always look upwheu she
conns into the room, ami If sheheflns to
speak to someone elw he intends to all she
says - not overtly, but 1 don't think many
things fbe does or s.iys escaie him."
Mrs. Vernon lay Mdl with closed ey,'s,bnt
tho gentle pre. ire of the hand that held
Kate n said, "tio on."
"You w.ll ilauirh at me, but Iain a good
il, in! t ,lnl ...it II . .
... ,.,,., ii.-iunruHe, nun iookers-on
sen most of the kuine. if yon ll( wnlebcd
nm io-ingiinasieniiig neartsease'ii gloves
well, or eourso a nun m irhtdoa n.hr
that for a beaut fill irlrl In a rut ii r
lover-Ilka fashion, but K wasn't that merely
I "us xou Would know what I
"Yes, I know," said the mother gantly,
'It la nothing strange. 1 haw thomrht the
same myself. H artsease Is a singularly
fas. Inatlnr girl in evitry wuy, and fct. John
n most ncrnailve man. Perhaps I did wixjirg
to admit hint, and yet I am sure he Is not a
man to tnflj with anyone. And Hearts
ease?'' "I can't tell a bit, inainin i; you know she
Is so different from many i lrls. St. John is
a man any girl might tM In love with.
Heartsease may like hint better than she
Knows hers. If."
M rs. Vernon sighed.
"I am very fond of him," sho said; "he Is
a noble-heaitod, high-minded man, and I
don't think there U uuy cause to fear foi1
llenrisi ase's happiness; but at any ratel
inii-t let events take their course at present
The only thing Is tnat we know nothing of
lils connections or surround, ngs. it la odd
that lie lias not unco spoken, of any re lotions
and seems to hnvo little cr no communica
tion with them."
"If tho worst comes." she added, after a
taupe, "yon know, hittie, It will ho a com
plete breiik-up, and we shnll huve to leave
tliH iiotiso altogether. ow go to bed, deur
Tho King and the Snake.
In an aneent ctrr. whone walls aw dust.
There rebfned a king who was called the Just
The lljiht ot hi eyea wos ouenched In nlpht.
But tho eye of his mind wus kwn and bright
A oeu wiir nuiiif, ny me moiiurcn a rrnoo,
lu n tower that fronted the lnarkot-plnce,
Po liulilly noised tliut a young child's hand
lljfht Ket It BWlniflnff to wnke tho land.
WhiM-ver was wionirnd this boll mliiht rinj",
And he should have justice of the king. .
Manv a rlav. In sur. and shower.
The tiell hunir silent up In the tower; .
J or the nund kimr a rule was nrin and strong,
And tew In bis kingdom 6 uttered wrong.
Po moss irrew irrocn on the lielfir statr.
And the hints of the air resorted there; .
And erefplnfr creatures, (treat and small.
Dwelt in the clefts of the Ivied wall.
Hut a waverlnar peal ran out one day :
From the ruf ty bell Id tho bflfry (rray;
And the king commanded, "Uo and cue
Who now is wronirt.il. und has need of mo."
His servant luuyhed as they came from their
"A load has stolen a serpent's nest: .
A nd it is tho serpent, strungf to tell, '
vt men, wroaineu in me oeu-rope, ringa the
Shall we kill her. then, that the flln may cease.
And let your majenty rest In peaco?"
"Nay," said the king: "let tho toad be slain,
And give tho serpent her nest again."
That night, as the king In his palace slept,
Into his chamber a serpent crept.
Softly she glided over the floor,
And a marvelous stone in her mouth sho
No wisest jeweler on the earth " "'
Could have told Its name or gncupcfVtts worth.
It lighted the depths of the king's dark room
As tho moon Illumines the midnight's gloom.
i i iu uib pillow ne wtHUMi imt way,
Whero, deep asleei on his couch, he lay?
Phft touched his eve with tho stone ahe bore.
And the i.li.g i-eecivod bis sight once tnoro.
Then she tlippttl away, and he woke, alone.
In a room miido bright by the luminous stone.
The gem was brought by the grateful king
To the f ane of the gods for an offering.
It shone in the shades of the templcold
I.Ike one great pearl In a sea cave colds
I. ike one white rock in a darksome pus,
I.Ike one white flower in a black tuorawt:
I.Ike the one clear stur on a cloudy morn,
When the night Is dead and the day unhorn.
A nd long they guarded the serpent Stone,
J ill the lat of the irood klnir's raeo was srone.
Then, they say, it vanished awav,
And no man vlewcth lis like to-day. ,
A Missouri Elopement
There's a racket and riot at early dawn.
In beil-rontn and slttinir-rooin. vard and lawn:
The mother Is yelling: "Pa. Sally's gonol
aim i nt; nirro man s missing: j ncyvo uono
Their lieds ain't musted, nuther' When them
Must 'a hcen lure midnight:" "The blank you
I reckon they're twenty miles away."
Hut there's lots of sense In a rural dad,
And tho farmer reasoned: "I vutn It's bad 1
Home things come high, hot they must be had!
He's got the gal, an' I 'll let 'em slide;
Hut they must be married : There'll tie a ride
Furthepreaehcrl He'll ketch 'em, an' say
Ef they're twenty-or thlrty-mllcs away I"
There's a mighty poor road from Lexington
A shabby old highway leading downt
Anrl there, in the light of tho early morn,
A su ed as sorrel as ever was born
W'as seen to pass: he was full of corn.
And thst was tho reason his heart- wns gay,
With the dominie twenty miles away.
"Huddupt Tou old rackabones; make a
There sn iamb of tho flock with her soul at
f-bow your spt-ed, now, you rascal! show how
It s done !
We've got to catch 'era by set of sun i
It must beTiefore bedtime 1 mnke 'era ono!"
8o anake the dominie, grim and grny,
With the couple, wt yet, ten miles awayl
Pplnah and splatter and rstile and thud.
Through crock and puddle and gravel and
"ITuddiip.' you old rascal!" Tho morning
liom over the msdows the awful wheeze
Of tho foundered gelding. He wnnted easo
In his style of running. He tthow decay,
V 1th tho dominie only Dve miles uwuy J
"Huddup! I tell ye! Whoa! There they ar'
Clasp hands! "tnnd still now. y clnful palrl"
And the dominie married them there, and
Turned t he head of the sorrel steed homeward,
Ho met tho farmer. "It might have been
Wiiaa, snld the husbandman. "Anvwsy .
pay "' ','t'"1', "r'llnlo, hero's ycr
-N'nw York Star.
Psy rou the st miter" desrf7 died yestfrdnyf
Ah, no, Il can m b"l no monn of pain .
Uroke the rwect Hnbhuth (tl inen; amid
Wealth of bloom, nor In tho Hue, low-1 end-
Fk'ea Bpre' r"d tlio rallor Incl'lent to death;
The singing wind breathed wnrmly on my
And In me rich, dark greent'ry of tho trees
t marked tin ehiirtge, sitva where tha gold ot
Ago Itself did not Interweave amid thoir
Tic""," so brief has been tho time slnco
' Juno v '
Uiioii dor fnlr young brows, tho rtse-crown
InSts'l lion plocM, I rsnnot think her dead,
Tho beautiful brisut summerl
lint, If l e the truth,
Hed fhnt t why tin wsnderlttg wind to-day,
In Ids df nh, no tilli n p nek- mikI i nrlliWHid
11 U' is the ehHiiflng lcvts, like floukiiof god
brnwtl II rds. ami Hint Is why at Interva's tli son
Il.iih yell hl fsee iinddiirken all hl llcht.
In very grlel Hint one to v. beloved should
Ah niel t' wofol news you I rlnti, tnr friend.
And the glad "onir Ihst wus within mjr soul
Has changed In n a dlrirn,
Hsr 't f. ut Morris, Chicago.
- - "
Tho Illnok Dawn.
"There was uCrylngnVlit, and tlio winds
Wrrn women'were working a burial ,l,rnud:
"leath"1'4' 'l ",J0 M 'aooot
And strong men labored In drawing of
ureai h "
''B,'vhlg?mVl,,l''Jr'hl,l, "Hy" "rM.
And int. nh nt winds moanud, and tlioboun
Hut the mnrrow tlawm-il e ear, and tho world
Ni Irnei Btliernleftof thAdreadfiilnlghti
Young trees junked up llkol u s ia rose
Ami PreuM Leaved titv as Inu lull tldt
'N.ij I" cried tho lover, "tho sun is "ong
How the titeht Hinds sight Iio tU hours
-tJolui Vuinie Ciionoy.
A Civilized Cowboy,
A reporter of the BttiTnlo Courier
happened on a Toxan cowboy, nnmotl
T mdore Doxtator, whom he Interview
ed with tlio following rosultt ''! wni
born In Albany, and havo been homo
on a visit. I nm now on my way buck
to tho ranch. I left my home in sjiito
of my father's command and my moth
er's entreaties lust twenty-five yours
ago, determined to sco this country, of
which I had heard so much. I wns
penniless when I pot out there, so I
hired myself out to a cnttlorraiser who
owned about 10,(XX) ho d in the Nueces
valley. I did not relish the work nt
first, I can assure you. There was not
a settlement within miles of mo. I
fancy no ono was ever so homesick as
I. At nipht about twenty bovs cntno in
from various directions. 1 thought
they hnd designs on my life, so wild
did they look in their broad sombreros,
big shoes, and leather leggings. They
tried to guy mo at first, but I paid no
attention to them. This, to my great
joy, I found was the best way to treat,
them, and they took kindly to mo. In
f ct, in a short time wo wore the best
of friends. In tho morning they gave
me a horse, which they lariated out of
a corral, and they told me to unhobble
and saddle him! Ho was the most
mulish animal I ever saw. I thought
I should never be able to ride him, out
bv persistent training h; became toler
"You nsked what my work was?"
continued the cowboy." "Well, I had
to ride about twenty miles daily to keep
the cattle toward the center of the
"Have wo line weather? I rather
gxiess wc have. No language is ade
quate enough to describe the unspeaka
ble beauty of a Texas spring, for in
stance. In early February the lately
brown prairies nre covered With a car-'
pet of the loveliest green. Thi is spot
ted with millions of llowers, the wholo
producing a marvi'ltstis display of har
monious coloring. The cattle, too, at'
this time undergo a wonderful trans
formation. They shed their winter
coats of hair and become beautiful,
slick creatures roady fur th-ir journey
to the market. The'v are then collect
ed for the purpose of branding. Thou
sands are brought together, among
which nre cows with newly-born calves
or majestic steers with horns live feet
between the tips. Their bellowing and
pawing are terrible in the extreme.
The bran ing irons which nre healed
tire of three kinds. When all is ready
the animals are driven into a narrow
chute wide enough to admit them in
single tile, but too deep'o allow of their
escaping. The brainier then stands on
the siil,, and ns each animal passes he
marks it. This of course is a most
painful oper ition, ami the poor brutes
manifest their disapproval of it by car
piercing inouns. When the herd has
been thus branded it is started on its
journey. Part of it goes to market,
while the stock cattle return to their
former haunts. The former are put in
charge of the dreaded cowboys, who
oainfed red' tint tliflt-rcrit ' town
through which they pass cm their way
to the market. A 'grub' wagon carries
firovisions, nnd the cowboy- on this
ourneyenrn their bad name.
"Hut," saitl the stranger in conclu
sion, "the usefulness of the cowbov is
rapidly vanishing, ami in a few years
this functionary will be a thing of the
pa.t. Vou sec, proprietors are more
I careful about the character of their em
ployes, and beides this wire fences .are
rapidly takit!r the place of herdsmen."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Heada'cha. Toothache,
ore Tlironl. Nwrllliiir. Mprnlns, llrulsra.
Slum. Si'nlil.. t'roMt Ititt-a.
ISn ill tlllll.H HllllllT fllSI tnn AIIIRS.
Sold lj Oruiilil ni'l lilntpwtti.t, iflf Uuu Unit
Imwii'ina Id II t.a-iruar-.
THE! MAIM. KM a. VOIM t:lt CO.
MA.VUUHUHC0) a.lliaun, ad, C.S. .
TIIE BEST Tim (J LVOiF.V
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RAYES I.AIIOIt, Tf MF nntl HOAP AMAZ
IM1I.Y, Bli'l gives lillivepiil iilNliit'tluil. Uc
family, nob or poor, sliuiilu liu wiliiout it.
Hold by all Oriiwm Ui:VAItl of imitatl'mi
mil diisieniiil to mtsltmil. I'hA III. INK IH tlio
UM.Y is A IK. Ititmr iHVIiig ctiiiiioiinU, fttiU ui
WW btiars Ui sbovu aymhol, and iiuiim ot
JAMJCM 1'YI.K. Nfc W YUltK.
Delivered at CAIRO, III.,
at tljo FOLLOWING PRICKS:
Ft hot torn, Ft. slave, Opacity pn, l'llcr;
C x M50 $2100
fi x o um 2aoo
7 x K 2000 32 00
7 x 0 2250 MM)
7 x 10 2500 - 10 00
These tanks are mucin of Cl.hAH CYP'i H5, i
In' he' tlil'k, s"t'inuly litioDtid and sru WAI'bli
Tit. I IT, limy am
HhlpM'l wholimtl nre wpII lirucotl
to iruviut thnir b t tr r i k d r lirnkuu In hui.it-
llux. j: l ill ilea furiil'liid lor
'l'linUsi t tiny Mlin,
A. KifJOH to JIIM)M
BIT UulordHI.,NowOrieaiis, La. j
'ill 1 V J1 ".f'WinijiiuBi I .mm
" V '''' II ' ' I lll"lll II IIIM IMI '
I'or the Cure ot Coughs, Coldb.aJ
I'or the Cure ot Coughs, Coldb,
Hoarseness. Uronchitis.Croun. Infti-
jenza, Astliroa, Whooping Cough, In-1
ctptcnt Lcnsumption ani for the re-
licfofcof mptive persons in advan
ced stngcior the Disea se. For talc
by all Jmiggists. Price, i$ Cents.
i'ck nnadnrho and rclicvn all the troiihla lnct
d T.t to a b.linus state of the svstuin, inch as Dia--tnrss,
Kituu-a, Drowainess, Ilwitreu aler ratine,
P' i ii tha Sitiu, ic. While their mosl ruoarE
sjIo succua baa Ucn shown In curing
Ilmdarbe.yct Cart er'iLlttle Liver Pulsar fqnaJlf
Taluaiito in Coii.tijjtlun, curing anil prereuUnff
this annoylnj complnlnt, while they also correct
a'l dlaordif ef tho stomarh, atlmulate the llrrr
a-jd resale Uiahuwcls. Jiven If tby oai cured
A rhe thr7 wri Id fio almost jirirclrss to tlwao wlia
suip-r fr m this d ist refill if eniplaiDt; but fortu
Gat ely thiirrtotrtUieaiidot't niituidhertandUioaf
who once try thrmsviil find these iilllejjlllivnlo
a'jloin sontany way thst tht-y will not bewltiia
w tio wllhont them. Hut after all ilck Uc4
Is the car.o cf so many lives tint Wo l whers wt
cuke ot.r pruit UiaiU Our pUla cure It whila
Cite rsdoD' t.
farter's Littlo Ll-tr T'V.t aro rery small an4
T'ry ca- y to tain, turner i) ujls Diakeadose.
TU.y ar a str.ctly TtvtsLlo ai.d do n fpc or
pnr?", buttythelr pmile aeimn f.l-a all who
o-ethe-n. lnv'ulsiu'lcoii's: flu fartt. boi4
1 eraisU wtry uuc, or scut If iuai.
CAKT.t 3IFDICIXE CO.. Sew York
Tud ltd! HcMuUf M ih WliKLOFGR THE ClSE
tF .LL DISEAStS rULiAt :of.t,7.US.
It liasprc lie er the cure f Faltins of thn
V.VmIi. I.i ieiirrl:ir a, I ;iin in tlit l!;n !c, l':ili:fi.l
tirSii,rri--til Meiisl'iLiMuli, 1 liKiilihi,'. 1' aim -liii?
.si iis;iiih, huiI all Hit' v;' led Imuliles it
leiidiii tai.'i,t run i.i,eMia', Chanto of Life.
nnd sTIM.Nt.'l II in t tie C rf itiMtft Nt-rio!s,
tXHtitiE hf; Itliy a. !i ami rejt'iritif: theui lo
tht'ir nnrinul c tel lion. It is ile;i-.itil lu tli'i
taste. MV liK 1 ;r' AT .'.NV 7 I It F, Hid ill
truly a "Mother's Friend." I I'or further nd
vlef r'-tid M' rn il A'liii.i.iui.l Kul I dirrctlona
Witti e.'it'h l tt!f I'liff, ai.uu. rrt'liiiretl tiy
.JACOB S. AIEERELL.Et. Loula. Mo
'o by an Inmisu ana It-aifiain Miiiicitie.
617 St. Chirloi St. il: .CCU1S, M0
A rriilar Crailuatsi j. .wo uii'dlral
eolieK. .. Ii h Ih'Sii loniit't el i nid in ttif Ires'-
?nii'nl r Int. ui.', Nrv la, fkln and
tooil Ulu-itn llimi any ot'ier ili,ivjelan In
i. I.')iil. acl'y .ti ri ifinw . nn itl I . id rel
?iit know, ( nii.ullsllon illIce ol j n.all,
free and ln..e.. A frlrntil ' Uik ot ui nplnlua
C'la iinililnic. Wht'ii II Ii ritii.rtiifiit WTktli
the Ity for irtntn.i'iil. ne ttlr.ne'. ;an It sent
lyniilIorejiirr itert'w!iriii. tnrahif osiei
t mrmiiti il ; here duubt ex'.tj .. ' 'rsukly
Bktcd. Cull or Write,
liwiijrnsi ration, DsUilty, rniai and
fhyal.al ffer.linMsf Hfrruilat ana taar
gtlo,'t of Throat, Skis ant Bunet, iilood
jmr.nrltls.1 and fllnnd PolinBlny, s(n iHec-
n,OldirMjniiC"rfr, ImpeulniMt ta
Marriage tth'nma'.l'm, rites. tpelil at-
tentlna ta racifrom OTer-worke uralo.
HUnfiirAI. AF.S rerslre spsclsl atlentloa.
pissascstrltliijt fr"m Imprndsnesi Jf
Indulg-enctji or Kipoiuret,
It II ai'tf-evlilriit th ill a tihvili'tatt -ylns;
partlrulsr sltt'iillon to- rlat. if CKei attalus
Ureal bitlll, ami plivslt'lans In reifti'ar ,'i.i'tlrs
sll over His eiHitiirr knowlnif till, fr.'n'emly
rscoinniemt wns" to the elilenl otllrn lr A tnt-rl-ca
where every known aiillntie,t It s t.rtei
i to, anil the prnvt-il Knnil ratnorlln if al.
SKi'l aitdrountrlrsrre unl, A wliole l";me la
u.eij ftirulllt'eiiiriir.i'f,aiiil all ar tresU':. with
kill In a ri'ii'i'i'Knl nistniiTi nnd, know nt
whattodo, iiut'Xierlaienuareniail. tn ,.c-
, count of tho xnst number ailytnK, the
threi sr kept low, oi'ien lower than II t'e
Diaimed liy ol'jer. If yon scrum the kl I nit
But al'i'i''l: end pcrieel life t-ufe. Ihst s :he
liniortsnt nniiier. I'uiuplilut, M pant's, bint
to any aililrti.a free.
MARRIAGE GUIDE. M
KloKant cloth and k''1 lilmllin;. Hented fm to
rents In mtiiuefir I'tirrency, liver llfty w.iii.
tlerl'ill ion ph'l inn, true In life, itrlli'lei on ll'e
feii,winK milijei'tn NVIi'i limy ninny f who ii il
whrr I'ri ierTi'tomsrrv. Whonisrry Hi ',
Miu'ihnoil, W ounnhiitiil. Physical tleeay, W ..1
fliould iiinrrv, llnw 1 1 lis sml lin.ilni'i mnT e
ner ed. 1'ltne nmrrltil or t'linU'niplut'
iniiri) Inn shenl I rend It. itoimhl in Im rea l
,y (illadnll iier-om, ;ln'n kept under look a. I
kuy, ruilHredltli)n,.siinssslifve, bill p ir
son'rsiidlJVpuj., -(.cuiui ly uiait,!' none'
pining. ' '
i iiv ai iiiniau
'iuik(8 no Puln
OlvoH Roller at
ftVtil !',.. 4 ...Ml
t .eV; e.'.'9..i ' ' vll lllll'lll. 11I1
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ply ii ti tut-tin i 1 1 v , It n Tr'ii'. 'fiti ci'int. at
1 1 i i' l, Hi ie te i.y nisll ri')fiti rud. Hund
Inr I" HI1 I . S n'l'i' y i 1(1 e i l,
lihY UAUTuKUiJ, l)riluits, Owogo, N' Y,
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SI. Louis aud Chicago.
Tho Onlv LincKutiuinu
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V From Cairo,
Making Dikeot Connkotion
J iuiaa liiava Caiiwi: 1
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".HZ ii. ui. Kt St. 1,duIs nnd
vulli)t it .i.ni, p, m.,0rt eounccti, .
ilttl kit p ll,l hwi,
' 3:33 p. m. P uat hlxuntss.
Km HI. Lotus ami l'hlrai, arriving at fit. Loo
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.irlviiirf at 'locn.nutl 7;i0 a. m ; Louiatllle 6:50
m ; lailisnapo t- 4i m. I'sei,tcet n
lh tram rrsili l lie ab ve pins ly to 3ti
lit I. K.I in advance of snr other reuto
ZVl AV- m- eiprea na PULLMAN
aUBjtnxis CAM from Cairo l I tuclnriait. witu
out t tiiinKus, tun tU'nUiti aletitit-r, t n' l,o'tf
su't l. Uli
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i';lS:r,!M'lli4 lb" stv Itirixiua to Kast.
i i. vjii i.i eiu pim, without ny delay
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octra.ufioin Cairo arrives In new York akinta?
e.rniunat i:.is. i'Lirty-sii hoars lu advatieeui
. irf her niuu.'.
UT rt" through tlfkete hud furttiei n.lotniallci
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