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THROUGH TUB LANK.
."A j)1casnnt day, Miss Condon. We
liave come to work as usual, you eee."
It was not tlio first time within tho
week that this salutation had fallen
u)on rav oars, and 1 turned and gazed
at the slight ligtiro in the doorway with
a smile that was half amused, half sor
rowful. "It is, indeed, Mrs. Miller," I re
sponded somewhat irrelevantly; "hut
come in and rest awhile before you bo
pin your duties. Your long walk must
have tired youP"
Tho new-comer did not wait for a
second invitation, but crossed tho
threshold and seated herself in my old
fashioned chintz-covered rocker; a
small bit of a woman in a plain black
gown and a widow's cup hiding her
pretty bright hair.
Kitty, the sharp lit 1 1 housemaid,
whose eyes were liko needles, had not
yet cleared away tho morning repast
from tho round table in front of tho
hearth, and I reached over and filled a
cup with some amber liquid from a
venerable kettle that warmed its plump
sides co.ily on the hob.
My own service consists of a single
plate and cup, but I always arrange a
little array of dishes on the ten-board
in front of mo when I sit down to my
solitary meal. Not in expectation of
early company. Ah no, indeed.
Time was "when every individual
member of that china set (older than I
by many a.year, and 1 am not young)
was iu active use, and many a childish
finger traced out the pretty pattern,
piuk rose-buds on n white ground; but
time and death dispersed the merry
hearts that made life the semblance of
a rose-scented jrarden, till only one
was left to drop
in now and then, to
cheer lonelv me
with the light of his
frank eyes and
the wit of his kindly
lie was a great comfort to inn in
thoe days, my tall cousin linger. Ono
tiever-ube-furgoUen morning he sailed
lor American shores, but in mid-ocean
the voM-el went down, and well, I
have managed t live, and even to rind
consolation through the medium of
that old maid's best solace, the teapot;
but l'hu'bu L'oudon has never yet found
it in her heart to sit down to a table in
company with one solitary cup and
- Mrs. Miller (Heaven save the title)
watched me gratefully, and a little
tired Hush crept into 'the checks that
were not so firmly rounded as they
"We are tired baby and I," she ad
mitted, unfolding the grey shawl that
formed the gr nter portion of tint
bundle she carried in her arms. "It
was such a bountiful morning that we
loitered by the way, and near the lower
hedgo we found some darling bluebell.
See, 1 plucked Ihem because they were
"fiivo them to me," I said, without
venturing a second glance at tho wist
ful face, "and I w ill put them in thn
littlo brown majolica jug on the sill
till you are ready to take them home.
And this, too," I added, lifting Hie
contents of the grey shawl. "Now
drink that cup of tea right away, Mrs.
Miller, or you won't be lit to take a
She did ' as 1 bid her, and I carried
thebundloto tho window and scruti
nized severely the small orbs, striking
ly like tho bluebells in hue, that met
liiy gaze unwinkingly.
"A pretty specimen!" I said. "As
big as u threepenny bit, and as whito
as one of the Kaster lilies out yonder iu
"Sho is a very small baby," answer
ed tho eiuallv diminutive peiMiu oppo
site npologeticully, putting her empty
cup down on the table, and stooping to
Btroko the small waxen hand that rest
ed like a snowtlaki) against the dingy
grey of the shawl. "l'oor little
daughter! Misfortune has come to
ttbhlo with her full early iu life."
When tho mother was seated, at
last, in tho low sewing-cliair, in the
sunny corner, plying the needle with
deft lingers, I gave the small atom of
humanity a drink of rich, warm milk,
and deposited it on a pillow iu the
chintz-covcrod rocker, where it slept
liken little snow-drop, under its soft,
I have been in the habit of much
reading all my life, mid that morning 1
picked up a volume of travels an ex
ceedingly venerable book, clad in a suit
of rusty, but respectable, brown, and
Commenced perusing It in silence.
Ordinarily the narrative interested
me; but on this oecnsiou ils contents
Deemed to have lost Ihelr llavor, and
even' now nnd then I caught myself
looking at the iiretty pale prohlc omo
site, iih it bent diligently over (he long
white scum, only raismguself occasion
hlly to glance at the bluebells reposing
In the iiintiiit brown lug on the sill.
Once 1 unwittingly intercepted her
pnzo, tuiil the faint, embarrassed llurfh
colored her check again.
"I cannot help it," she said, half
pleadingly, "their petals are sobluo
Uir-y remind me of Charlie' it oven,
l'oor boy. Hut I forget, You did not
Did I uotP I went back to mv book.
but, in placo of tho printed page, J unw
anal n the fragrant country Time that
felretchcd from tho village, almost past
iny door, till it lost itself Iu the liii'l
way, and. walkinir Its creen leniM.li,
tVO figures one liiut of my little seam-
sirens, and the other a tall, slim lei
.. low, thin utmost to gauntness, who
limned upon her urm, and seemed to
find even her slow puoo too much fur
hi waning IroogUi.
.5 , I Mked Squlrf! Inula', tho rich owner
THK UAlLY CAIRO BULLBTIM: THURSDAY PECRUBBR 4, 1&&4,
of th. cotton milk, whon he rod by on
Ids leek brown mare, who they yvere
and what they were doing there. Wo
were old friends, Richard Inslay and I.
I called him Dick, and ho called me
riui he, just as wo had done in our
childish (lays. Old friends, and notli
"Some poo? clerk from London," ho
explained, with nn easy laugh. "Mar
ried' a girl on the typical sixpence a
week, and completed tho ruin of his
health in the endeavor to support her.
Doctors recommended country air, ami
here" they are accordingly, l'oor dog!
his life and his pocket seems to have
run their ullottcd length togot her. I
believe they aio lodging with old Wid
"With tho Widow McLood," I re
peated, as a vision of the low stone col
lage composing that worthy's habita
tion rose beforo my mind. Then my
indignation rose in full force.
"A pretty place to house a sick
man," I exclaimed; "leaking roof,
vails wet with damp and slime. Noi
ls there a better abode lhan hers to bn
found in tho whole village. What did
Cod gift you with money for, Dick In
slay, if it were not to improve t1 o sani
tary condition of the poor souls who
pall you master? You will have a pes
tilence raging in our midst yet, if you
do not enforce tho common rules of lifo
"Now, rinvbe," tho smiiro laughed,
hut thero was more of annoyance than
mirth in his tones, "when you 1 unch
forth on that subject you are argument
proof. I verily believe we have fought
over the iuestion of draining tho vil
lage every week for the last live years.
I think the clowns actual y lovo oirt,
and besides, consider the expense.
Voting Dick's college debts have been
enormous this year, and besides, one
must consider one's self. Some day,
when my ship comes in, I will let you
draw the plans, nnd you shall see what
model landlord 1 sfiall become."
Foolish Dick Inslay. I shook my
head as ho rode away." Little did he
dream that before long he would recall
my words and mourn his rcmi.nev) iu
sorrow and bitterness of heart.
After that I watched the couple
chwely, till one day the green lane was
left to the company of the blackbird-,
nnd I surmised 'rightly that tho tall
young clerk was enjoying a purer at
mosphere than that of fuggy London,
or of even the fre-h breeze that he
vainly hoped might bring him new life
and added vigor.
Two months later, they told me there
had. been a new birth in the little vil
lage, and that the young widow wa
the mother of a blue-eyed baby.
Moved by a sudden impul-e. I
strolled down one afternoon and found
her domiciled in the old quarter-. She
regarded me shyly at first, but after
awhile she perceived instinctively that
mv intentions were purely friendly, and
finally won the melancholy torv from
her little by little.
She yvas an orphan, the daughter of
a decea-ed naval oiYieer, and Charlie
married her wh n she was a mere girl.
What she called W-elf now I vainly
tried to imagine. Her fortune consist
ed of a few -h'!lin"t in a dinv leather
piire. An uburtuaate look-out, to say
"How would you like employment in
the factory, when yon arj ahhi to he
about?" I a-ked.
Her face turned pale at my W".lon.
"Toil there," she repeved, "among
the great wheels and the driving ma
chinery? Oh no. And then, ho
could 1 ever leave Charli'a baby?"
Two vi.ions crowed my mind you
see I am famous for visions one of a
tall, stooping figure that would never
again pass my door on its slow w;iy
down the green lane, and the other of
a chest of linen, an heirloom dc.-eended
from my great-aunt Dorinda, jellow
ing in the great hih garret for want of
light and air. Years ago 1 hud meant
some happy day to fashion it for mv
own use, but there! I will not peak
of that again.
"Can you sew?" I asked a little ab
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rill husnu.t sue iiiiiiii'U id ue; iiem 01
the baby's dress. I examined tho
stitches. They were small, and beauti
fully set. liefoie the iiflernoon waned
wo had entered into final negotiations,
mid thus it transpired that every morn-
, for three months, the sin II being
had presented herself at my door,
armed with a formidable black bag,
containing needle, scissors, and Hum
ble, and with her- the baby.
A sudden wuil from the rocker nt
lis moment interrupted my medita-
Iioijs, and I rose to discover the cause,
but my companion was before me.
She must have heeit dreaming, 1
i i i i
sam reassuringly, aim sioopcu io ex
amine the little luce.
There were givat purple shad iws
tinder the learliil innocent eyes, and
purple spots, too, tin the tiny upturned
For long hours that sunny afternoon
tho brown book lay neglected, and tho
long white seam dragged its length on
the Jloor, with (he bright needle sllll
slicking in it. At twilight Kitty camo
in with a whito, seared face.
"Tho saints pity us, Miss Condon,"
she began breathlessly, "the typhus
has broken out among the spinners in
tho village, and"
I raised my finger warningly.
"Make up a bed iu the blue chamber
as ouickly as you nan," I said calmly,
wild a long glance at tho figure pacing
tho wide hall restlessly, with the grey
bundle that already seemed too heavy
for the slight aims, ami Kitty spe'd
away to do my bidding.
That was the hist peaceful twilight
that the little world surrounding me
witnessed for many a weary day. The
great wheels stooif still from morn till
dewy ulght. The whirr of the machin
ery ceased, and wreaths of dun snmko
no longer obscured the blue of (he sky
Kieluird Inslay closed the Hall, and
took his family io London, but ho re
turned himself, nnd did what lie could
among tho siiil'erers to givo comfort
nnd allay pain. 1'erhnps it was tho
little iiew-mado crnvo, not four days
old, that lured fit in back, Ihe grave
that held his pretty spring blossom, his
little May, for the' grim destroyer had
pared neither ciisllo nor hovel l'oor
Dick! I forgave him all In those days,
My phujo should have been likewise
among the sorely nlllicted cotters, but
1 was otherwise riucupk-d just thou.
t li tho blue chamber above, a stern
battle wft being waod between life
and death, and ' eretT hea I took the
tiny form from the bed to. robe Ity and,
remembering what might have been
had not Cousin Roger gone down under
the wild waves Unit morning long ago,
pressed a last kiss on the waxen lips,
tho young mother's head still lay un
onscious on the pillow,
And when a little mound was raised
by tho sido of the long, still freshly,
turfud one, there was no one but Kitty
and me to shed a tear for Charlie's
One evening, aftor a week of mingled
delirium and stupor, a weak voice
called mo to tho bod.
"It is timo we were going home,
Miss Condon. Will you give me my
I put mv warm hand in the lev one.
"It is along walk through tho lane,"
tho voieo went on more drowsily, "but
the sun has gono down, and Charlie
will meet mo at the turn. You are
-cry kind, Miss Condon. We thank
I have never taken the needle out of
tho long whito seam, and great-aunt
Dorinda s linen is still yellowing in the
Sometimes, sitting alone in the twi
light, when the busy whirr of the
wheels is hushed, I look down the lane
half expecting to see the two pathetic
figures, but the shadows melt into the
holy star-lit calm, and the silence u
If they have clasped hands on some
mystic shore, beyond our human ken,
they must be happy; aud, dear souls, I
hope they are.
"Kiss Me, Tiki."
'Hand me that collar button," de
manded Mr. George Wellsbv, turning
with an annoyed air. toward hU little
girl. "Leant to let things a!om will
you? There now, tune up aud bowL"
"George, don't, speak to the child
that way." said Mr. Wellsbv. deposit
ing a shirt ou i chair.
"We'.l, why can't she behave herself?
F.very time she sees thut I am gvtting
ready to go any place, slit' makes a
point of hitntermg me. Let that cravat
"Put down papa's cravat, darling.
She's too young to know any better."
"No. she i n't. Other people's child-en
know how to behave. Ill bet I'll
mis? the train. I am sometimes tempt
ed to wish she had never ' en lorn.'
"Oh. George!" evlaimed the wife,"I
wouldn't say th.u."
Cor.foi::.d it. she worries cie so. I
hawn't iu ce than time ti catch the
trai"," hurriedly iissing his wife.
"Kiss me, too, papa."
T ought cot to, yoa are .so bad,"
sniping anil kissing her. 'lrood-by.
Will b1 back in three or four days."
M.. Wel'sby is a commercial triTel
cr. a kind and tender-hearted man. bus
iubj-etyd an times t nervousness.
Jv-atod wi'.h several vivacious acuainv
aa-.'es. -p'-edir. g over the country, a lis-I'.,-
voice W'iti.d steal in ber.-ven the
roar of mrry langnser and say:
-Iv.-' me, too. papa."
In rhe anpl-r'jini of the v.Vhirjs h
; tl. between the m"i'.r.ne of pore.h;w
m. he eor.M hear the voice: and as
' n'gftt when he lay down he conht we
: the little hand reaching wvxe'i himr
and eor.M near,
fvis me. too. papa."
At rooming when the sunheam.t feil
acro-s the bed he thought of the bright
lit.r.if f.n;e at home and said:
God forgiTe me for wishing chasshft
hal never fien horn."
"W Hsbv. what's the matter, oM fel
low?" aked a companion.
'J hey were in aconvfyanw, riding to
ward an inferior town.
"I don't feel very well to-di?.''
"Do anv business back here? '
"Yes, did very well."
"I didn't do anything, but I won't let
it weigh me down. Got a iet.'er from
tho house this morn in g. The old boy
is kicking about expenses. Got a bot
tle fif cocktail here."
"I don't care for any."
"Then th:rs must be norm th'.fig the
On a night train, g iing horoe.
could seo the littlo hands. ' Clack,
cluek, clack kiss rue, too; kiss me,
"Whin's tho news? " he asked of a
friend, when he had stepped upon tho
platform una tailed n haekmari.
"Nothing, I believe, everything's
"No scarlet fever or diphtheria, rag
ing is there?"
"No, not that i have henrd."
The familiar scene, brought rest to
his mind. He looked bat k upon his
trp with a shudder, like one who
awakes and contemplate, ft nightmare
through which ho has just pas-ed.
"Good night," he said, paving tho
hackman. "A light burning, 'jiiliiils'
expecting me," he rnu.icd,' ascending
A ghastly face met him at the door.
A voice in agony whispered: "Oh,
tieorge, our little girl is dead
J'. Haul, in Viiurkr-olournnl.
Two Vol untile Timber Trecu,
The tupelo-guni nnd thn willow-oak
nro tltiiliei'H that arc destined to n corn
inoreial value never until recently
dreimied nf. A gentleman residing In
MiHsisKiiii, who liin tesled them tTior
oughly, hhvs thn Iir4 variety in iilmOHt
iih Hoft und light as tho eork. of qom
nniree, nnd is Ihe whitest tinilier in tho
valley. Ii, is extremely light, ami can
not be cplil, and ut tint mum: limn it U
very tough nnd lenneioiH, nnd will
hear a very heavy Mraiu. It will, mornn
day hooii, nn used principally for buck
et', bowl, pitehern und trayn; also for
ox-yokes, nnd fur almost it'll kinds of
watcr-vosNcU For hread-tntyd It is tho
linest lu tho world. This wood grows
among tho cyprcsx-trcos, and is far
morn abundant, nnd llouts liko cork.
Tho witter or willow oak is Mue.outl only
to tho live oak, nnd is almost nn ever
green; It titkei tho coldest woallior to
untko it shed iti) leaves, and it Is almost
as hard .when Reasoned as tho livo oak,
and for tho rim and Hpokc of wheels it
hits no superior. , for ship-building it
will almost equal tho livo oak. "I liavo
tested tho crushing enpueity of this
wood," tlio Mississippiun suys, "anil
also tho trituttvorso tttreugtli, und It Is
omvthird stronger tliiui anv whito, post,,
red, or black ouk, and only ono-eight-loth
Io-h tuan livo ouk. And yet this
wood has no market value!" Memphis
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dvaliad lu lliii adwii.eineiil, and riidiTn.m with yum ordar.
lyVTVl a luultwl nomlMir at ibn low prlaa.
uiiy aa riin.wi. wa.avr... rm m
above Jewelry If abaolotelf SKW,
mnot jiurthaaed at th Rloraa.
After It la Intrwlueed,
aiiiria nuiura iur ieaa inia irvn vjiofa,
PARK MT'G CO.,
017 St, Ctaarlei St. it. LOUIS. MO.
A rarulnr Oradnaia o. vwo mulloal
eellfgi ". lia bren luncri einmed In th treat
nient of t 'hroiiii', Ntrvo a, Hkiil aixl
ltloo.l IHf ! tllan an otlli-r pliyalrlan In
f i. I.oiila. ki cliy pr tliow iiaalf vld real
denliknnw. Cin.ullallnn it ilf.re or lir o.all,
free and I in, tel. A frle:idl ' llk or t) it opinion s
(iti nu(hlii. When It I nci.rr.ulant to t hit
the -H t lor treat iL.ii U ninlii'iiie', --an ti acnt
ormtllor enpreaa frnwliei, curiliie smart
g taraiitrril: h-re djubt eaUU ... a rraakl
Hated. Call or Writ.
Jti rroai Pmttratloa, Debt, 1J attntal i4
fhftl.al VTf.keti, Bertnilal kai Ut
kflaftla.'t of Tkrott, Kklna BoM, Wloo4
ImpkrltU.i nd Blood Poltnnlwr;, Skli IBro
tloal, Old .iret kid t lcert, Imptolweatt U
MarrUra BkDittliti, PIIm. Hpaclal
teitlok eat from ortr-werked
HfBGiriL f iE rertlTa totflal kt tantlok.
Dlaeaaea krlilnt fr"m laipridaaraa kicataaa,
It It (elf-evliUnt ttiat k brtlclan t'-,tnt
ptrrlcul.r attention tn . rla f raara attaint
creat .kill, and plmlrlant In regular v-actlr
allover Hie cuuntrr know In tint, fren'tiillf
raoyitnniriiil rat to tlie ol let ocf Ir imrN
ta wtirra every known appllanca It irrte
to, and the pro veil koou roni Jt it tit
urt a:id ciuntriet are nied, A wkole tionae It
BKi (.irvK'-e tura. ami all art traau I tta
kill In a rev, nt'iil manner; and, know .Eg
what to do, no vwrlmentt ara mad. n c
toutit of th ural niiuber apllnr, th
tharwt r kert low, oft.n lower than It da-B.au-i'J
I others If ym KHTt the tkl 1 nt
irl a r -V and trtr't lite cur, thai 1 .h
la.ixirta t iuati.r. PauitUicU M pagefc Slot
to a it auarcst frr.
E 'it.it r..)t!t xii tVl blndlnf. Sealed Toi M
rn'i: ituni'l curtrtff, oer kfly w.m.
drful i; J p''-,eir. tri: li 'ife. article ODth
t -low 1. t 'i' ' 't : V hi ruaj niarrf ' who n if
w'jy.' I "r tit n.arr . Vaoraarryr,
ui ' '!. jtniM, Port eai deae. O
tii.jn t 'i. trr. H w life an 1 tit;.; Ine,a n:aj j
tiicf -iv-t. Tn. 5i4rr;-.d or ertrjteoiplal-:B
t ral It. Itoachi w be real
o a.. 1 , r 'i'. .hn ke; t un.lr lo'ka.t
t. f i'-ii ir '.ti n. ,ar'! a ar. hat pai tr
iiv,.r ii.i ."Jd jiij-v cau'.t s.r tvae. r- vm'
r 3ur J4.
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE .
THAT GIVES . J
r HAS NO EQUAL"
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SO NY. CHICAGO ILL.
6T.L0UI9 MO. ATLANTA GA.
1F0R SALE BYE?
N 1 . vv 1 lOiUJi
I' ll Jhvo St..
r-. M. O.,
UT. LOL'IS, MO.
REFHREV- AND -tAFTER
tmrt,U tnnlta.l... Bra aanl Afl 30 DlVI1 I fill.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
tirilO ar inlTH-iiik fmui Ntttntil Pltl.rrT,
XV l.T Viri,)T, T.trk or KtriT rotrt tRB
Vlu'it, W .aTlim W ita i, and all Hkih ilUrami
uf a I'la.'ixAii HaTtitit rvtiiltlinr (rum Am'taaand
litiira t .ilk, Hpi'i'il? ri'llrf am) ivmiplpl. raau.
'I Iih rii.lrt illcnvry r;r tlia Nlnat.Milh t iinlnry,
tuml at uii'i fur lllllatratud l'amihli f raa, A'lUratt
UlXIrtULU ULakl UUllUi
A favorlit prrnnrlpllnn of ena of Ibf
.. i uT..-...! K...u,li.llaia Ih IIiaTT. h.
Rl imufl aim aiiiiT'nun rur .::t
(now n Mri'di lr t iHM-nrx f AnwDnbflifM
tnmt Mn i Ao4, lln Attraa i and f eraw. Hul
plti u MaliHl u vulupnV. Ol uUtt oau nil
Addratt OH. WARD A CO.. Uulataa. Ma.
( refhreV AND -YAFTER 1
Ihea oulr aaon rlau Imjm.
Kli. anil will uar ahartn aalat ar kaa tkihrU.
Mil URIIHIS. aat wlik 6taaa4aM
daalteaM or iba Oaaat rauaiaa awiina ki aaluaa I
, --"-"u o waar fei ju,awaai
IlPIB ' "" i"ani ana uaworaluadaa:aa. aa.a a
laa ina, your arToiaa at auir naman i
n n ilia;, ourin.a w in jomr nriiar a narrow atrip 01 IMtpar, lha anal 01 waiea JH I
EH TO PHEVIHC mariMka, ulontthalllutiratloavrikaaillclail
ordar a narrow 1
All ordara oarafall packad aodtaat ajr BaWI alwa
WI.VM, a. , .ihiivuihu
wa will nut aell mnf
LLINOIS CKNTRALR. 1
Sliortedt and Quickest RoaU
St. Louis and Cliicago.
Tho Onlv JLino Kunnmg
Making Dikkot Conkiotio
rkAint Liari Cairo:
3:00 am. M (all.
trriringln 8t.Loo.il I OOa.m : Chleiro,l:0 p. at.,
Conoactloic at Odin tod EOachkm for Clritia
Dtll. Lonurlle, Indlanapoli and polrit But.
p. m. Fttat et. Iouls n4
ArrWlng II St Lonlk :4S p. ta.
fur all polult Weit,
3:35 p. ra. Ftit Eipreu.
For su Loo.lt tod Chicago, arrinn at 8t.Lot:a
S;i5 p. m.,aod Chicago ?:) a. nt.
3:35 p. ra Cinoinntvtl Kipn
ArrlTlng at CtnetDBttl 7:C0 a. m.t looitTllI.9l
a m. ; lndiaukpoilt io a. m. Pat.eLgera bt
tfal train retch th b., poiLU IVi to 30
BoCki in advance of anj other rvota.
fjr-Tbe VS p. m. eipreta bat PCLLMAX
uKPln(i CAK from Cairo toCtbctoiiaU. with
out chanfet, and tbrungh tlepert to ttt. Lo)t
Fast Time East.
p.. - !, irav thit line go tbrongn to tui.
I aft'5CaJj;cia era polnu withont any dalt
a'.aed bj HundaT tnterreolng. The "aturdt. after.
0 tra.n hum Cairo aniTct In nw York atondt
.orniug at lu:M. Thlrtj-t'.i honrtlk adTaaaacA
,t rx ar ronu.
WYf tbrosah tlcka-ti at.d fartbai lElormaUot
. at I.Iuott Central tuliroad Dpot, Cairo.
i. H. J0S9. Tltket AgtnU
A. H. HA5H0X. 0d Pa. Aktst. Cbtcaro
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL K. K.
Traint dpa-t. Tralci arr1.
tM.il 0 t.rr.. it Vail. l:nSa.a
Kiprett.. ... 3:i5p. m ItExpref 10:31 a.
tHt Lou 1 1 ti U:it p. m. I t. L. Mall ....4 :M p. I
tHt l.onlt 81 9:40 p.
I. C. R. n (Houihero Dirigion)
t.Mall 4:a.m tN. O. Ki. ..10:45 a. l
t.N.O. Ki.- t:'0 m.
t.U'.otu. a Wi p.m. I
t.H.O. Fttt Bl4: p.i
KT. L. I.
M. R. R.
'ipri.a I0::w p.m.
ttt L Mall ... 8:0- p m.
tHt. L. Ax :'a m
tst.L. Mall.. .6: a.
tt. L. Kr...6:l0p. 1
w., BT. L.
P. R. R.
Mail A 81
.4 :K)a.tn. I 'Mall A Ex. ...tOp.tt.
AM) pID I AfCOfll fltaa 10:80 a.
7:45 a.m. I Prolgbt. 6:45 p.m.
laOlUl.E (ill 10 R. H.
... .Il:ii .m
TKIA8 A T.
Mall 4:10 p..
Kxpr ft......10:0 p m.
lovu n. n.
Ht.L. t Tr x Bx IM&aat,
Chi A Tex Ki
Ht I, atT'.Kx 'JDp.m I
Dally except Hondar.
i Itltl VAL AND DUPAKTUHIt OF MAM.B.
Y. 0. Tb PO
I. C. K. R (thrnniih lock mtU).. o a. m
" ' ' ..11:mim tp. ra.
(war miilt).... 3 30 p.m. p. m.
(Hontbern lit 4:30p.m. (p.m.
iron Mountain K. K 3:0up.m. 1 0 p. n
W.ha.h ft . K (I a. m 9 p. m.
Toiaa 4 Ht. I.oula K. H K noon ? a. m.
t. I.Ttiit 4 C ilro H. K 4 p m II t it.
Ohio Kiver p. m Ip.m
Miat llter arrlvot Wed., hat. A Mon.
" di-parta Wed , Kri. 4 Rnn.
PO. gtm dil.op tifrom 7:a0tm to7:U(l p
P.O. inn Out. oi t,n from (I a. m top. n.
HuncU). Kr. . ile!. otien lrnm.,..Ba. m. to 10 a. an.
Siimlat I. nt del. open from ...8 a. m. tr. 10:?0a
y-NO'l k. Ohannna will tit ptinilMicd fruit
lima to tlm In rttf papi'r. Cnanga onr rardfta
cordiuifly. WM, V. Ml' K I'll Y P. M
and Clothing Houao I
A full Ilia of card aimptii of '
, Iba great plica goodi tteck I
GEO. O. CHR1STMAN,
WEAK. UNDEVELOPED : PARTS
Off THK HUMAN HOIY K,liAHlKI
TVlil. HTItKNriTII.K,ttm." P.'' lan I
. ailviiri lai'iiiiint
, 1hk run Ii i imtHT.n rtnlj t
i niiirm. wo will war thai tunrw in tin namiin". or Iniin
juaa.h'1'ittlna. Onth onntrar. tliaadrerl
.i.r iiikmit nil.ir.rii. liilrr..Ml lywmi maj
awalnil rinmlara timiianll titrllculara lij aiUTi ariiit
Ijaik MkliiiiatiQi),. liiilfalo.M.Y -Pit lrm-4fr