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THE DAILY OAlltO BULLKTIN: SUNDAY MQUN1MU DECEMBER 7, 1884.
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Mrs. Vernon's Boarder.
HVartseasn's jilutu ut Liviikfust the next
morning Tri's?ntil n i'urkms iippertraiici',
being piled up with p.iiu'fs, the buso of
which was one that looked like ft book; but
the whole una covered with a table-napkin,
the rule In the family belli that tho pres
ents were not looked at until all were pres
ent. Heartsease was penerally the first dow n,
and when she entered the dinliifc'-roein. mw
smiled as she behe.dtiie l ttie mountain,
and saw at once who hud been entrusted
with its arrangement to-dny, as St. Junn
rose from a chair near the window and came
forward to greet her.
"1 wonder," he said, holding her band In
bis, "if I mil the first to wish you nuny hap
py returns of the d.iy, H 'art-.eae'.'''
"Yes," she said, well-pleased that It was
so, "the very tint."
."I am (flad of that, though I am af ral I it
Is selfish to say so. J5ut no one's wish is
more heartfelt than mine."-
Ho lifted her hand to Ids lips before ho
released It, and Heartsease could only Ry,
"Thank you," and went and sat down by
the lire with that sweet bewilderment in her
Dottle came In next, mid rushed up to her
6lster in a high state of excitement, which
was Increased to exploding point when tho
rat-tat of the postman sounded at the dour,
Dottic ran ont, and returned with a letter
which she took to St. John. Ho nodded
"For Heartsease," ho said, and Dottie
man bed un to her sister w ith it.
Of course Heartsease saw the whole thing
at once, and knew whose bund had In effect
traced these large characters on toe eiv
rclnne: but she was duly nuzzled, marvel
ling who eo'il;' have sent the letter, she had
never seen the handwriting, etc.
"Open It I" cried Dottie, no longer able to
oonta n herself, and Heartsease obeyed,
There was the pretty card, inscribed "To
dear Heartsease, from her loving Dottlo,"
and Dottle was Immediately involved In a
loving embrace, and treated to more kisses
than St- Jjbn thought foil justly to her
share, and he felt a good ileal Inclined to-1
mand a more impartial dlstributb
Then the letter was cpuis!"
"My darling HiystliT, and big, and stag
The letter-were clearly Albert St. John's
R'y, b,Vork, and the gill's heart thrilled
A'fth a sweet wild Joy, and her cheek flush
ed with a sudden shyness, almost as if be
bad said tho word; but i)mreai (he letter
aloud, In accordance with Dottlo's com
mand, and then kissed Dottle again.
"And you wrote it all your own self,
pussyV bbe said. "Vou have grown clev
"Ahl" cried Dottle, "Mr. St. John writed
It partly he helped me; wasn't It iloodi1 Do
you mind, lleartVae?''
Mind I Did she know or did sho only feel
that the letter would be so much more pre
cious because lie had written it?
"Why should I mind?" she said. "It was
very kind of him to help you."
"I think I enjoyed (lie biislue s as lurch
as she did," said M. John. "Didn't we keep
our secret well, Dottie?"
The othei3 now c.iino In, and (here -Were
more greetings, ai d then H arisease was
Kllowed to remove the covering and Inspect
Each had iclven one, with a birthday-card
attachod.and there remained the flat packet.
. How her heart beat as sho opened it, not
looking ut St. John, who s it by the fire
place. She r.una first to a birthday-curd that
elicited a chorus of admiration the central
desiirn being a cluster of lieartsea-es, and on
the back was written:
"With birthday greetings from Albert R.
The book was an exipiisite copy of
Geothe's "Faust," in tho ordinal, for 11 arts
ease was a good Cernian scholar.
With trembling lingers she turned to the
"Nina Vernon (Heartsease), from A hurt
The girl turned to him, her sweet face
flushing, her eyes sparkling, half teerful,
her lips quivering. '
"Thank you so much," s:ij(i, ;t ,Vi.
kind of you to think of me. Y.u eoul.; not
have chosen anything I liked better."
I am happy in being so fortunate."
Perhaps If they two bad been nlon ,
would nave asked gift lor gift, he eul
have resisted the temptation to iratliei
slei.der form into his arms, ami kis- tin.- soit
lips mat liellltiled 111 thaiiK-mgliim ; )ut niy.y
lie could speak collectedly, though his heart
was wildly questioning whether tho g:r
emotion was due to a deeper feeling than
her words expressed; she was so sensl ivo
to kindness, so quick to feel gratitude, that
It would be easy for a man who should oiler
some such attention as tills to inng'aie ho
had made an Impression 011 her islleetin is.
It seemed to St, John that after the excite,
luentof the present-giving had subsided,
there was a certain constraint about .Mrs.
Vernon ami the two elder girls, a certain
forced brightness even in bright Heartsease;
he longed u ask what the troupe was, but
he must not even appeario notice that there
was anything wrong.
After breakfast Katie went out to her
work, und the day passed much as usual.
Hut shortly after dinner, while Hearts
case wan putting Dottle to bed, and Mrs.
Vernon wus In her room, Jenny brought in
letter which tdie gave to Katie.
The girl turned very white, und Instantly
left the room, und a little while later St,
John heard her call out "Heartsease" Inthat
peculiar tone of voice that Indicates peril or
alarm. A long time elapv il before anyone
returned to the drawing-room, and then It
was Katie, with a very pule tear-stalued
"Flossie," sho said quietly, "go to bed,
dear, It Is late;'' and she seated herself by
tlm fl)o, not ut'ering another word, until
Flossie had mild good-night ami departed.
Then she turned to S . John, w ho had risen
to open the door for Flossie lie never failed
In such courteous attention even to mere
choolglrl Flossie and now stood by tho
jnantolphjcc, .j . .
"I heir rntir rmrdon. Mr. St John," she
began, "we have not done much to enter
tain you this evening, but yon will forgivo
us, 1 think, when you know the reason.
"I hoped," ho said gently, as she paused,
"thafyou allowed me the privileges of a
friend, and ns such not exacting ceremony.
"You are very kind to speak so,' said
Katie, "we do consider you a friend, but
one should not neglect a friend. 1 have an
explanation to make to you, Mr. St, John,
i.mndf "mother would havo made
It, but for one thing, she is very tinwcl to
night, and 1 wished to .pure her the puln. I
thought it best, to speak nt once; putting off
things onlv makes them worse, and besides
vou would see Nonielhlng was wrong.
"I have seen," said St. John, in that same
gentle sympathetic manner, "that you nave
all been anxious late y-and this evening
o'r,.,t letter." said Katie: -'yes, that was
the final blow that we have been dreading.
It Is just tills way, Mr. St. John. Wo had
some money, not a treat deal, 111 spamsu
bonds, enough to enahl.i us to keep this
house on, and, w ith it lew bonrders. mako
boih ends meet, as the saying Is, though It
was often a ton rli struggle. Lately we have
been rather unfortunate; till you came, we
had had no boarders for nearly six months.
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Well, BOiml It loriuifciH o tu:t "
we beard from our solicitor that tho bonds
were very shaky. I dure sai use wrong
1 don't know much of commercial
affairs, but there was somohop.j of a change
for the better.
Of course we were all very anxious. 10-
nlglit a letter came to tell us mat an was
lo. t. except about one hundred und fifty
rounds. So. of course," said Katie, with
that quietness thai belongs to t.ie absence of
all hope, "wo tiro ruined. We must give up
tills bouse at once, the landlord will taka it
oil our hands, and and we nont quite
know what we shall do next. But, yon see,
there is no help for it. It will bo aooitt a
fort n'got, but some of the furniture will
have 10 be sold, so it would ue more com
fortable for you to leave at once.
k'atlu had sunken brav ly, tnoiign at, me
end her voice went into a deep sob; and St.
John had listened with his head leaning on
bis band, his baud veiling his eyes, w lieu
Katie ceased he stood In the same attitude,
still silent, for some minutes. Then he said
slowly, sneaking with an effort:
"!).) you mean -forgive me the question
that you have to begin the world again with
one hundred and fifty pounds?"
"Y'es; 1 earn something, and Heartsease
may niuke another try at touching-, though
It is not much good, slut has no gift for it,
and she is too handsome. She has been told
so point-blank nriny times."
Dcfore St. John could reply to this, tho
door opened a little and 11. urtseiise's voice
"Kr.tie, can you come to mamma for afew
Katie rose 111
"Please excuse me," she said to St John,
and left the room.
"1 will Slav with mamma, ll-artsease,"
she said. "Hun downstairs if you want ;J
Le alone. St. John is in the druw iieuo,-
And Heartsease turned a' "cnt 1,0 wn t0
tho dining-room. '
Alt rt St. Jolni was clad to be left alone,
glad for tho time to think what was bet to
Now that be wis forced to speak, what
should ho say to II 'iirtsease? Could he now
tell her the truth, ai d ask her to give him
the rlcht to help? Would not that bo put
tinz unjust pressure upon her?
If she loved li'iii well 1 but if not Hut
If he off -red help, and she, not loving him,
saw that lm loved her. could .she accept it?
Aye, surely, for the sake of mother and sis
ters Could be sec her to-night? Ho fancied he
hear 1 her going downstairs. He would seek
her, at any iatv.
He descended the stairs, nmt outside the
dining-room d ;or he paused. There was no
sound from within, lie opened the door
gently, and entered.
There, by tho fire, sat Heartsease, her
hands clasped loosely over InT knees, her
whole attitude dejected. In ono quick
tlauco St John took In the picture before
the girl had started round nervously, and
Instantly flushed painfully on seeing St.
John; but then bo might not be able to
augur much from that change of color. She
knew, of course, that Katie had spoken to
She turned her bead away again without
a word as he closed the door, and did not
lift her eyes when ho came up to the fire
p'ace, and stood looking down upon her.
He was struggling for seif-c mtrol; she for
caliniie s; In r heart was beating fust und
thick, she longed 1 1 run out of the room, hut
she dared not move. In a minute or two bo
bud mastered Iihiis-'Jf.
"Il"artsease," he said in a low tone.
"Yes," still not looking up.
"Your sister has been speaking to me.
She has told me what has happened to you,
and it lias grieved me most bitterly, but I
think I hope that tilings may not be, m bad
as they seem."
"They could not be worse," said Hearts
ease, gazing steadily into the fire, which
was a crimson hi nr.
"I did not mean that your affairs might
be retrieved. Kate told me that the ruin
was complete, save a small amount. I mean
there, migot be friends who '
He stopped. His voice failed him lust
Ib airtsease said with almost impatient
"We havo no friends who e mid help us.
Poor people don't make rich friends, and
n we. nan, we woitiii not ak them lor any-
"Vou have ono friend," said St. John,
bending forward a little, "who would help
you, if you would allow him."
H.-nrtseaso lifted her head with a quick
movement mid looked straight into St.
John's face, tho blood djelng cheek und
"You mean joins.. If," she si id with
"I mean mys :lf."
11 artsease's eyes went back to the lire.
She put her hand lo her forehead In a hur
ried bewildered kind of way.
"lint," nlio said, "I do not understand.
You know wo could not accept such kind
ness; It would he imp i.sMhie. You uru not
rich. We have no claim up m V(m.
"Why should the question of "'el aim' arise?
Let it pass. Put it simply on tills-that 1
am fond of , vou all, that to gratify myself 1
wish to bo your friond. It Is a simple mutter
Is it not?"
"No, no, you cannot treat It like that. It
Is noble, generous or you; but how could we
bo sure of repaying you even 11 small sum?
Oh no: 1 don't know how to thank you, but
it cannot be."
"i did not speak of a loan, Heartsease.
iiov of a small sum."
The girl looked, up again, this time with
astonishment In lu-r gaze.
"1H you mean," she said In a kind of dos-
hep you offer a free g ft I"
V I've girt, IIcartscH-e. Will
your, motiier',, nume, accept It?"
would say It was im robbery. How could
we, even If you were a rich man, take rt?-
11. id yi u are u t. 1 en would perhaps rrln
pie w 1 1 -elf f r it ."
" "I should I not? 1 would make my
ft ! bc'gar for your sake," said St John,
hlsvo'ce tMnhllng with tho passion that
was last mustering him. - ' -
II.! had forgolten to use the plural. Hearts
ease started up, and again check and brow
were crimson. St. John hurried on: .
"I am not a pir man. I havo moans
maple means. I ask you to give me jrreat
happiness and you refuse It"
Uut H.'ariseaso could not answer now.
II t eyes, bliii'Ii'd with tears, were fixed on
the tire again.
Her lips qulvcreil, her breast heaved with
the quick throbs of her breathing, her hands
were locked together to stay their trembling,
but tho tension of the muscles showed tho
St. John made one stop forward, and knelt
ot the girl's feet, clasping her hand In a
"You will not take n gift from me," he
said, all his great love for her In eye and
voice, "(ilve me a right to help you, give
me what I have so longed for, so strlveu to
gain. Will you deny nie that, Heartsease
in v Heartsease?"
Even as he spoke he had rlson and thrown
one arm round the form that, as ho drew it
closer to him, bent like a willow towards
him In half unconscious yielding, and now
the girl rested in his embrace, the long tres
ses swept his breast ho bent his Ilp8 to the
sweet trembling lips, and kissed them again
and again, kissed her brow, her eyes, her
"My own precious Heartsease," he whis
pered brokenly at length. "You do love me,
"You know It," she whispered, hiding her
"Yes, I know It, darling; but you did not
know it, and I was so afraid that, perhaps,
I had not won you."
A long Interval of happy silence, then a
whisper from Heartsease.
"Have vou loved mo long?"
He looked down smiling Into the grey
eyes that met his half shyly.
"Loved you long?" he said tenderly.- "It
was for your 9ake, Heartsease, that 1 came
"For mv sake!" Heartsease lifted her
self in her amazement "For my sake," she
repeated. "1 never saw you before you
"No, darling; but I saw you that day you
went to St. Peter's Church, and I followed
you homo, and found out tUat your mother
took boarders, and came. Like one of your
novels, isn't it?"
Heartsease leaned on his bread; agaln.and
her eyes grew a little troubled;
She hardly realize 1 ;t yet, and a vague
feeling of iiiv' -ry was ireeplng over ber.
"Put i.i It true," she said at last, "that you
arc go.,1 ; Into tho Foreign Office?"
"Well no, HeaH"Me, It Is not true. Don't
be frightei"t l am not an adventurer."
"i Miow that," said she, looking up into
bis face, and thinking in a confused manner
of the people at the theatre, and the cousin
who was so like her lover. "Who are you
St. John laughed, and went to a side table,
whence ho fetched a "Peerage."
Heartsease followed him, and stood by
him bewildered while he turned the puges
rapidly. Suddenly he paused, laying bis
finger on the page before him. and readout:
'"Avonb Igh, Earl of, Baron St Jolin.etc,
ancestor (leotfrey Sr. John, who was a
doughty knight in the reign of Henry II
married, IS, Margaret, second daughter of
Kichard. Marquis of Somorvllle, had Issue,
Albert Kniest, born June fl, 1.'
"Well, H 'iirtsease," for the girl was look
ing at him with dazed wondering eyes. He
folded his arms round her and drew her to
his breast again. "My own darling, why
are you trembling? Lord St. John w ill love
you ns dearly as plain Ucrtie St. John. You
must forgive tho deception, Heartsease,
Your mother would not have taken the Karl
of Avonlelgli's son and heir as a boarder,
would she? and I could not como to her and
sav, 'Madame, I saw yourdaughter and was
captivated, please let me improve the ac
quaintance,' could I?"
Oil 110 no," said Heartsease, half laugh
ing and half weeping, "but there Is such a
difference between us! I am not of your
rank. How could your parents and friends
bo willing to receive me?"
St. John lifted the sweet April face to his
"D ar one," ho said quite gravely, "there
are only two people in the world I feel
bound to consult In so vital a matter as this
-my fattier and mother, and I have no fear
in regard to them. They ask only that I
shall give my name to a woman well born
and worthy the trust of a man's honor.
Thevareihe dearest, best of parents that
ever son was blessed withal, ond they will
try all they can to spoil you. As for friends
mid relations In general, their views need
not trouble either of us need they?"
"No " said the girl In a. whisper; but she
The relation thus ma le to her did not In
uny degree elate her; no sfiitely picture of
palatial abodes, and the glory of rank and
wealth arose before her, but a vague fear
how could she bo fitted to grace a station so
much above her own?
Hut St. John soothed her tenderly.
"You are so hisonrlodfc," he said, smil
ing. "You have no Idea of your own beau
tyyou will make a sensation at Court!"
"At Court? Oh, Albert!"
"Oh, Heartsease, you must bo presented,
you know; but I am longing to bring my
father and mother to see you, und "
A touch on the d or, and JL'artseaso
would have start 'd from her lover's arms,
but St. John held her tight
"It Is only Kitiie," he said, and when tho
girl came In, and drew back, ho rose and
"J) in t run away, Katie. Como and leu
mo you are glad to see mo so well occupied,
ami tell 1110 also if your mother Is well
enough to sec me.''
Lord St. John's news had a magical effect
on Mrs. Vernon, and that night was brimful
Of course St. John heard 11 good deal
about the "people ho didn't know" at tho
audeville, a:id the "cousin who was so
He had, ho explained, given It out among
histriciids that he was yachting with a
1 rieiui, only spencer knowing whore he real
ly was, und ho owned that It was a rash
venture to go to tho Vaudeville,
1 hut commissionaire frightened 1110 hor
ribly," be said; "the fellow knew mo. 1 al
most gave up for lost then, but by good luck
S Heartsease becamo a great lady.
The marriage was a very grand affair,
celebrated at St. Peter's, Eaton-square,
Spencer ollielatlng as best man, aud the
bride's three sisters as bridesmaids, in which
capacity Dottlo looked like a fairy, and was
petted and fussed over to bur heart's con
And next season Lady 8t John wus pre
sented, and created, as her husband had
foretold, a sensation,
S'ie was the reigning hollo of the season ;
an I the world, and her husband, and tier
hiihb, mil's parents did their bust to spoil
her; but Hei'tlo St. John was right, Hearts
ease could not bo spoilt, ... ....
She liked society, hut she was happleBt
with those who loved her whom she loved
and remained as pure-hearted, as free
from guile as the belle of Mayfalr as she
bad been In the struggling life of dingy
Keppel-street, and In the palace ss in the
humbler houso she was always to all
Giving the Count d'hln.
During the caiupinp of tho First Reg
iment at Santa Kosa, tho pickets found
considerable Uilliculty in preventing tho
men ubsenting themselves without
lenve, a circumstance for which tho
mint juleps of tho town bar rooms and
tho largo contingent of pretty Santa
Kosa girls small blame to them were
Ono particularly sultry evening, while
tho sentinels were pacing their beats
with their tongues fairly hanging out of
their mouths with hent, and wondering
whether tho pirates in tho mess tent,
would drink every last drop of beer be
fore tho "relief" came, one of tho
guards observed a priyote approaching,
who was staggering along under tho
combined load of much conviviality and
an enormous watermelon under each
"Who goes there?"
'Er hie er fren," responded tho
"Advanco, friend, and give tho coun
tersign." 'Hain't got no hie countersign,"
amiably replied the private; "but I'll
er hie give yer er warniellin."
Pretty soon' the ollicor of tho day
camo round, and said to the sentinel,
who was absorbed in munching a huge
piece of watermelon stuck on the cud
of his bayonet:
"Did Perkins pass you just now?"
'Did ho give the countersign?" in
quired the Lieutenant, tnking a bito
himself, as tho man presented arms.
"Well, no sir," said the sentinel, con
fidentially; "the password was 'Chol
era,' but ho said Watermelon,' so I
passed him and put the other half in
"Did, eh?" mused the otlieer. "Hum!
watermelon, eh! Well, I goes. that
was near enough!" Sun FnncUco
Mr. Stuart Itobson, the veteran actor,
told a story about bis frieuJ, Mr. Crane,
the comedian, which has rever appear
ed in print. As ho says Mr. Crane
vi.-ited the seaside honn of tho Uobsons
ut Cobasset for sever:'..' weeks last sum
mer, and it did not take Mr. Crane
very long to lind out that Cohassctt
could bo a very lively placo when it
half tried. He got slaving out very
late ut night and etmipluiiiiiig of lieaJ
tiche every nioniMig until at last Mrs.
Crano informed him that ho must re
form ami be in bed every night ut 10
o'clock. Mr. Crane promised to abide
by this injunction, but that very night
he was detaiued tho usual way, and did
not show up in his room till broad day
light. He was much gratified to liud
that his wife was soundly sleeping, aud
he proceeded to disrobe himself with
great caution. Taking oil" his coat and
vest, and unloosing his suspenders, ho
lut down in a chair and began divest
ing himself of Ills shoes. Tho first
shoe came off all right, and Mr. Crano
sat it down quietly on tho floor, but tho
other shoe pulled hard, and when Mr.
Crano gave it a sudden yank it treach
erously eluded his grasp and fell to tho
floor with an alarming thud. Tho
noise awakened Mrs. Crane, of course.
Sitting up in bed, the worthy lady rub
bed her eyes and beheld her husband
In the chair. Mr. Crane sweat blood.
"Why, William! Un so early?" in
quired Mrs. Crane. It is to Mr. Crane's
credit that his sagacious mind imme
diately recognized and caught on to
tho only plan of salvation in sight.
"Ves'ru," said Mr. Crane, demurely,
ond with that he redressed himself, and
did not go to bed at all that day.
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family, rich or poor, aUuiUU bo without It,
Bold by all Oroor, UIS V A KK of Imitation!
well doelk'iii"! tn mislead. I'KAIll.INK la Ui
ONLY hAH: IttlxT BHViriK ciniHiund, auj au
Wftji U'h" the abovu symbol, aud uauie g
JAJitsj rYLK. HEW YUItK.
lick ncadache and rcllera all the trouble) IneW
dent to a Liliuue auto of tUeeyaUan.euchaa hit
tine, Kauaca, Droweinr!, Iliitrcaa aftrr eatinr,
JVn In the Side, Ac. While their moat nuoaii
able luccet bae beeaehown la curing
IfrftrtaehP.Tct Carter'eLittle LWer PUliar eqnall y
Valuable In Coullintion, curing and prwftulirv
th.e annoying complaint, while they alo correct
all dinordere cf tho etomach, ettmtilate the llv
and rcgulaie tUe bowels. Krcn II tiicj only car4
Ache thry nnld bealmont prlceleei to thoe wh
euift-r from this disiroMUiif complaint j but fortu
Oately their goodneasdwa not end here, and tbo
who onre try them will find these little pills tsl
sble In o many ways that they wlllnot be wUliim
W do witlioul them. But after all licit head
Is thetiano of o many lives tbat here It where w
nuke our fruit LuiuU Our pill cue It whue
Others doni t. , .
farter's Little It Tills are rery mall and
rery cu-y totnUij, onurr two pills make a doe.
'J'liey aro strictly Tir utile and do not gnoe or
puree, butbytluir yuntlu aetion pleew? all who
li'ethetru In vislaatajcente: flo for t. Dukt
ty Cruciate tvu-yw here, or scut by mau.
CUITER MEDICINE CO.. Sew York
IX TUE WOULD.
A powerful (.reparation
so ciinrciilraltH limine w
On . pillnl to tlifmr
face fiii peiictraie to Ilia
rerv l.one.aiKl aliiioK Is.
PTAN:LV Kk'LlKVK t'AIN
EA3 V3 Z-.Uit icr CZZZ el
a. ' . i 11'
L. ?f t
Sore Throat. Pains
in Limb. Stom
ach or Bowels,
Or In .tit pari 01 Sv.tem
IftfcFJ I noi iiinoloi menkiii li
In Plum itni ami others
lui vt ai. I'fite juc
r iepi 1 J onu fy
ACOB 8. MEPREll Sr tow's- Mo.
oa bALR e all MicooisTa Airs
T.KALXKa IN UIlClN0.
017 St. Charles St, it. LOUIS, HO.
A r(rnlnr Qraduaia o. two medlrsl
rollpfres. list been lointei eiiKiined in the treat
nn nt ot 'liroiiid, Nervo' im, rsuin and
Dloo.l DUi as,-. Hun any other I'liy-lrlan In
Ht. l,oul, lis cliy ihhts allow i'lnl all ..M reii
tlenli know, ( iiiiiiiltnllon At oiT.ok ot by mall,
lee and Iny.Ud. A frlendl;' Ulk or his opinion
costs noihliiK. Wheii It la -iei.i.yeulent to yfcli
th elty lor trentii;i ut. iu-llrlncs 'an be tent
i'y mall or ex(ire evervwbei". cut able oates
If lsranteed ; wh-rniluubl ex lot J. v. Ik frankly
ttkted. Cull or Write.
Nutoiis Pre'tratlon, DehMty, Hentai anil
Physical Weaknesa, Be rem lal snd Other
aftectlo.'sef Throat, fiklnss Bones, Mooi
ni purltle.a an d Blond Poisoning, Skla Allte-
tlons. Old Mres sad Ulcers, Impedlmeats tt
Marriage Rhumatl.ay Piles. Kp"clsilt
tentlon te caea from pyer-worked rrata.
Kt'ltfilCAI. CASKS reeelte speclsl altentloa.
Blaeaaes arlalng from Imprndencet Kirsel
Indulgence s or Expuiures,
It Is mir-eylilent that a plivalotnn fsylnir
particular altenl Ion to a clasaor ea'k attalne
Kreatfklll, ami ilivalelans Inrevular jA'aetlca
all over the cnmilry ktiowlnit till", freu enlly
reconiiiienil otinea to the oldest office li' A inerl
en wlii-rnevory known aiipllancH la 'erortec
to, anil the provtul itooil riili sf alt
anea anil eountrles r lined, A whole house le
u.eil fiirollli'e purnnaes, and all arc treated with
(kill In a reiei'Hiil limiilier; ami, k'low.n
what to do, noexperlnieuu are made. In ,.n
roimt of the 'ureal number arplylnf. the
chnrifea are kept low, often lower than Is 'e
mauiii il by ol'ieru. If you lecure the akl I : nil
feisapei'dyandptirteet llfn cure, that a ;ne
iiiportiint mutlr 1. i'uiuphleU 3 paKes- Biut
to any addi ess free.
Kleiranteloth and Kilt hlndliiR. Healedfoi 60
Centa In pdHlime or eni i'cney. Over Bl'ty w )ii
nerfiil pen pletures, trim lo life, arllelet on tl'S
follow inir siihjeetai Who may iniu ry r whoii )t'
whyr rmperaitelo niarrv, W ho marry Hr ;
Muiilinod, WoUiiiiiIiocjcI. f'liyaical deeay. W :.t
should ninrry. How life and happiness may 'e
Inereaaeil. Thnan ninrrlnl or eontemplat'.',,
nuiri vliiK ahoiil I rend It. Jtoiiehl to be real
by all adult per.ona, then kept under lock a. I
key, rc'i'iilni' e.llllon.Batneaa above, but pa i'
Cover und KWJ puuoa, "4 ceuts by mall, ! hiou'
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the KOLLOWiXO PRICES :
Ft bottom. Ft. Hiivo. Capacity (tela. Trice.
I j Pius,
Thean tiinlts urn 111111I0 of t.'I.KAH CYPHKHS,
1n' he Ibb k. aecniuly lioonud mid liro WAT-It
TIUI1T. They nru
Hhlppoil wholonnilitrowiill 1)rtiPBil
to prov. nt tlmlr Ip 1 n c r "tk d i.r brokun In band
lluK. Ket 111 ilea fiiriilrhid lor
TanUsi fif any Hl.o.
A. KiaOB Ac J3KOS.,
817 Delord St., Now Orleaue, La,
G x 1450
G x 1) 1030
7 x II 2000
7 x i) 2250
7 x 10 2500
ILLINOIS OENTKAL K. B
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Oulv JLine Kuunmu
Making Dikkot Connkotio
TaatKS Lsavs Caiho:
;.CO a 111. Mall,
rrivtnilD Ht. Louis K Ul s.m ; CVilcskO.H:) ..,
CnntiMvilui! at Odin and K'tluenam fi-r CfiiCls
Rati. Louiaville, Indianapolis and rull'U Bast.
LL'tL'S p. m. Kumt fet. Louts und
Arriving U St Louis U:4S p. tn., sod eouuectliig
for sll polutH V eel.
3:33 p. in. i'ut Kipiess.
Kur St. Louis snd ChlkKn, arriving al bt.Li.a e
11:55 p. m . auu ChlcaKu VMt. ra.
3;3j p. m Cincinnati Kxpi'
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:i)0 a. ni. ; Louisyille :N
a. m. j Indiana po.l. 4:t a. m. l'sieuger by
t lite tram reaeb the aboye poiLte ly to 3S
Ho 1Kb in advance of any other route
tsT-The p. in. expreas has PCLLldAJI
HobKl'iKfi C'Alt from Cairo to Cluclunall, with
out change", and throtiib aleepers to bt. Los l
l-'ast Time East.
PuvikUineriiiM h this line o through to Hast.
1 .taCJI,l i er0 points without ny delay
:ai:s d by Nuuday IntervuniUK. The Haturday after
loon train fioiu Cairo arrives in new York Monday
norii!iif at 10 :5. 'i'blrty-elz boors In advance ul
:,f other route.
i.trt'T ihrouub tickets ud furthei atoimatlot
.ppiv at Iilluols Central liailroad Lepot,t alru.
J. U. JONB8,Tictt!t Aiiett
A. H . nANHON. ObD. Pass. Avnnt. Chlcairo
It. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CE.NTKAL K. K.
Trains depart. Trains arr'ye.
t.M.il .....8: Oa.TT.. j t1 nil :Ma. as.
tKxpreea 3:115 p. m Itbxpress 10:35 a. v.
Si Louis Ex U:io p. ui. t. L. Mail.,..4:5u p.aa
I tst Lonis Ki V:u p. .
it. it (SouMitro Division)
...4:4fta.m I tN. O. Ei. .10:45 a. as.
...B:'yia m. t.N.O. Fsst Kt4:A)p.ss.
,. 2 & p.m. I
bT. L. I. M. It. K.
.In:.'i0p.m. I Kiprers.M....H:10p. a.
. :(i- p.m. tst.L Mail... 6:) a.m.
tN.O. Ex ..
tst L. Mail
tiit. L. Li.
V..!l;I in 1 1-1 L. hi.. .ClU p.
w., rr. L. p. k. k.
Mall A h"x....4.HU.m. I 'Mall & Ex S.SUp.a.
Accom 4:00 p.m. "Accoti ...... 10:30 a.m.
Freight ...7:45 a.m. FreiKbt 6 15 p.m.
Mi 'III1.E (ill IO K. R.
Mall - 5','J a.m. I Mall 4',p.i.
Kxpreis 11:0 a.m Expr lU.S'p as.
TKXA8 A bT. LOCI It. U.
8t L. Jt Te . ExS iOo.m I 8t.L. ATet.Ex ll:15a
Chi TiX Ei .. 10:a5a.m. Cht 4 Tex Ex I a
I)bll exceut Hun'lay. t Dally.
AHKIVAL ASI DEPAKTUBK OF MAlLS.
Arr at I Dep 11
P. O. I f' PC
I. V. it. K (tt.rouuo iocs ma;!), e a. in.
,.11. oil a m
.. a. in.
I p. m.
7 a. ci.
II a. as.
4 p. m
" (way mall)...M.,
- " (Southern Dir.
Irn" Mubnlain K. K
Wabaah It. K
Texas A Ut. Louis K. K...,
bt. t'un A Cairo K. H 4 p. m
Ohioltlyer 3 p. 01
Miss 1. Iter arrives Wed , Sat. A M'jn.
" departs Wed , Fri. A Sun.
P O. gop del. op ofrom 7:SJ am to7:30 pot
P.O. Pox del. omn from 0 a. ra tr9p. id.
Hondays gee. do',, open from... .8a. m. to ID a. at.
8unlsvs box del. open from. ...8 a. m. tc 10:110 aa
ttrNOTK.-Cbani;ee will be published from
time to time lo city papers '.'range your rarde as
cordlimly. WM. JJ.MUKI'IA P. M
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE .
, . THAT GIVES 1
T HAS KO EQUAL"
30 UNION SO-NY. CHICAGO ILL.
8T. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA 6A.
R SALE BYLFn
NlVV liOMii. tt. M. O.
Kill Olive St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
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all other patent causes nil ho latent Office and
before tho Courts promptly and carefully attended
Uponrerelpl of model rr sketch of Invention, I
make careful examination, and advise ai to
patentability Free of Char ue.
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advlcs and special references sent on application
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