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A FATHIM.'H tIM.Mi:
Dalton itlifrs was ilnp; there was
no trainsavinsr the fuel: the evening
shadows were darkening the room
where ho lav. but darker Mill 'fell the
attendant shadows of death.
jseswo me couon Knelt a rirl of raro
loveliness of face and form, will) feat
tires classically regular, with wavy jet
uiacK nair coiiea jooseir retina lier
statelv little head, a few daintv tend
rils curling low on her pure white brow
a gin wnose iijis were curveu aim
c rimson. whoe eves were like soft deep
we Is of light, and whose form matched
her face 111 its classical perfection.
At the lower end of the bed Mood a
young man a handsome man, with
clear-cnt regular features, and sunny
chestnut hair clustering over his brow,
and eyes that could darken with anger,
deepen with mirth, or sadden with sym
pathy, as need might be.
Deep, true, earnest sorrow rested on
bis face at this moment, as his eyes
looked thoughtfully down on the niari
who lay dying. His sorrow, however,
could not equal the intense grief of the
beautiful fac so neartho pillow press
ed by the dying man.
It spoke well for Dalton Withers that
grief and sorrow drew tears at his
death-bed, though those who shed them
were neither kith nor kin to him noth
ing, as far as the ties of blood count,
but everything in hive nll'ection; for one
was his step-daughter, Ueryl Kdmonds,
dear to him as a child of hi's own, wliilo
Guy Courten y was Lis son bv adop
tion. Beryl was not only bis step-daughter,
but she was the child of the lirst and
dearest love of his life, from whom fate
had parted him in his youth.
On this same throw of fate hangs the
thread of our story, for had it not" been
for that love and'loss, Beryl Kdmonds
would not be kneeling at his side.
His Jir.st love, sweet Edith Barton,
had be -n parted from him by a false
Mory, told by amo-t treacherous friend,
whom ho had trusted and loved as a
Edith was naturally of an i-asilv-led
disposition, and belie'vingtlie storv told
her, married the teller in a sudden pas
Mon ofpain. Then Dalton, maddened
by Edith's marriage, offered Lis hand
and fortune to another, which were ac
cepted. 'ri i i-.i 1 . . . .
j iien r.uun awowe 10 1110 Knowledge
of what she had done awoke to tFie
knowledge that Edson Marvin, the man
Mic had married, the man who Lad won
her by lies and fraud, was a rascal un
worthy of any woman's respect or
She and Dalton had grown up to
gether, with an old man who was un
cle to both, at least, uncle by marriage
to Dalton, though they themselves were
not related, and Edith hud always
been looked upon as his heiress, being
bis sister's child, while Dalton was 0 il
ly the child of his wife's sister.
Angry at her marriage, however, for
it was his one wish to 'see her Dalton
Withers'1 wife, he changed his will and
left all he possessed to Dalton, but if he
died without heirs it was to revert to
But, as we have said before, Dalton
wed as well, and 11 fragile baby-girl was
born to him at the verv 4ime ti girl was
born to his fal-e frleinf, Edson Marvin.
Dalto ,'s wifedieil shortly after the
birth of her baby, ami by an accident
in one of the mills of which he was
owner his own life was almost despair
ed of ;d the same time; in fact, the doc
tors had given him up.
Whatever other faults i.iNon Marvin
had they were numerous indeed
want of love for his scornful young
wife, who had never loved hiiii, and
now despised him for the part he had
ldayeil, and for the baby-girl she hud
borne him, was not among them, for he
adored her, and worshipped little Ueryl,
and for her sake, and the wealth that
should be hcr's well, what would he
One day consternation reigned in
Dalton Withers' s home, forlittle Leslie,
Lis jietted child, hail disappeared-his
golden-haired treasure was gone.
High up aud low down he searched
for her, but she was not found -not
found, till, alas! when four long weary
weeks had gone, and then u little corp-e
floated iu on the silent river, the face
past recognition, but wearing the dain
ty garments, now water-stained ami
ruined, of little Leslie Withers.
Edith's child, his child, little Jiervl,
was Didton's heiress now.
Shortly after, in the very prime of
Lis life, death enmc to Edson Marvin,
and when he was two years in his grave
the lovers of old were married, for
Dalton had recovered from the acci
dent. Then, when she was the wife of
mm rhe had loved all her life, she
earned a secret of her lir.it lninbnnd's
life that blanched her face with lis
know led ire.
A letter he h nl left her to read if ev
er hho wed again. Jt seemed he felt, if
ever she did, he; would be the
lover of her girlhood, and he was pre.
pared to strike her a blow from the
What the blow was, she never told,
Lut niuny bright sovereigns, counted
and uncounted, she spent In the search
for some, ouo u weary, Iiut(.,. search.
t Ah, death? how rich jour harvest!
Years nre nothing w icn counted by you,'
and one year beforo tho oiiening of' our
tttoYy, Edith had died, urnl now her hus
band whh following her.
- Her lust words hud been tn-Beryl,
Who thought her raving. They wern:
Find her Una Dalton's child. She
she -her naiuo uov-Ul Cur
Cr " ...
That was her la.t word, an unflnlsh.
od one, but one Ueryl understood later.
uur story mid the bedside 0 the dfin2
Raising up slightly, ho took Beryl's
hand, aud then Guy drew near.
"Vmi love each other," ho said.
"God bless you!"
That was his last word, his last act
in life. One moment lutcr his soul had
passed to its God. as the shades of
night fell down. The last sceno of his
life had been one of kindness, as all
deeds of his life had been. Ho died a
neighbor unto all men.
Summer passed and winter canie.and
Beryl's engagement hud not been ruado
jiub'lie, for Guy had gone abroad on
business; and whilo ho was gone Beryl
got a young girl of her own ago as a
companion to live with her.. A fair,
fragile, golden-Laired girl called Car
Almost from the first there had been
something strangely familiar to Bervl
in this girl's delicate face, with its soft
appealing eyes, its fair creamv com
plexion, and flossy crown of hair; and
suddenly, one day, it dawned noon her
.-I... IV 1.1.. I
no viuiemi leseiiioieo.
She was the very imaee of her steo-
f .,i I, c. ,1 ...e 1.. . 1 "
i.iuu'i a 111 si nui, uose pui iruu uuug
in tne gallery.
1 lie girls grew strangely intimate.
ami eacii told the other their love-story
1 . 1 r .
aim t. arrena s was more than pititul
mio tout neryi how she had married
a handsome hrown-eved man. who had
deserted her at the allar.
Why or wherefore that desertion, she
could not tell, oulv from the moment
he had placed the ring on her linger
she had never seen him again.
One week ('arrena went away on a
visit to a friend, and during her ab
sence lien I made a strange discovery.
There was a secret drawer in her moth
er's desk, and in it there lav some pa
pers. One paper took her breath awav
with the storv it told.
It told of a crime in her father's life-
the abduction of Dalton Withers'
child, and the substitution of a dead
child dressed in Leslie's clothes, and
tossed into the river. It told of her
mother's search, and of almost the ful-
fillment of her dearest wish the find
ing of Le-lie Leslie, who was living
under the name of Carrcna Lci'di.
The beautiful cirl she had learned to
love was her step-father's daughter
the lawful heires, of the wealth that
would be hers.
Edson Marvin's crime had been use-
ess. aftcrall. for a littleafter his death
another will had been found, leaving
the wealth to Dalton. to Use as ho
plea.-'cd, and to bequeath as he pleased,
and he had availed himself of this by
leaving it to his adopted son.Guv Conr-
It was all the same. IIo was to mar
ry Beryl; they would enjoy it in union.
Beryl read over slowly a letter left
by her mother in the secret drawer,
one sentence holding full viosscssion of
'I charge you, Bervl, no matter at
what cot, if ever it lies in vour power.
to restore L'slie Withers to her
One day she stands with Carrcna. un
der the trees, wondering how she can
Till lit her mother's prayer.
During (Jarri'iKi's absence, Guy (.''our
tcney Lad come home, but (.'arrena had
not met him yet.
while the girls stand there, a step
comes down the avenue, and both
"That is Guy," Bervl says, before he
comes near them.
"No, no, no! That is my husbani
1 arrena cries, and the next moment
Beryl holds her, white and senseless, in
Two hours later, Guy and Bervl stand
"I cannot be vour wife whether or
no, now, Guy," Beryl said, and sho
told him, proved to him, who Carrcna
She rai ed her eyes then to his.
"Can you explain, Guy, the mistake
"Yes," he said, a llu-h reddening his
face; "it was my cousin Ward. He
told me the story "before he died, lie
thought the minister who married him
suspected something wrong, for he
recognized him as one he had heard
preach in a church he visited with his
wife, for you know his legal wife was
living when he wooed this gill."
B'Tyl Interrupted him with a gesture
of iiiliiiite pain.
iiiiv. she sau .
'VOIl lllllst frivi. lliw
;irl back her rii'lils.' She is t lie le'riil
iress of nil this wealth, and her faTh-
er s will does not allow vou to si-Mi a
)cnny of it away to another, nnd-"tnl
it would he terrible to bring that storv
of my falher'scriiuo to I ho world's "ue
f 1 11 .. Ml .1.1. .. .1 11 r
ii, iwii nui iinui mis gill.
"lint, Ueryl, I urn willing to
to give up
"lint that will not give it to her. If
you refuse it, then it goes to another
purpose. You must give it back -back
to the daughter of him who was more,
than a father to you -who look vou a
helpless baby to Ins home, and to whom
you owe all that you are, This is your
gratitude, tins his reward, that vou
would see his child penniless run he
world to Plea.-o yourself? 1 love you,
Guy, but I 11m strong enough to luakn
"1 will be strong
but there was more
I . ! . . I !
us well," In- said,
strength than bit-
ie licss III IMS VOICC
He sought Cnrrcna then, un, she
recognized the ilill'ercnce between him
nnd the luiili whose wife she believed
"He is dead," Guy said.
"I cannot say I urn sorrv,"
"though wlicu'l thought you
the shock overcame ine. ' ,i
me at the altar, and mv love
Ju'd then, though God iilom
what 1 sull'ercd before It did."
He did not (ell herlhatshehad never
been his cousin's wife, for lie wished to
lei the dead 1'est.
He told her then that Ueryl had giv
en him back his freedom, but not till
three months had piod did he tako
her hitmU in his.
"Sim never loved im.," said bit
terly, speaking of Bervl. "Elltloono,
Ho you think you couhj love me?"
Her soft, shy blil-h wus his answer.
ilin sacriliee was mudo, Carrcna
''V'1'111"1' Withers was his
. Ihrough her marriage, she
1 ion of hcrfaiher'
OAJKO RULLKTIN; THURSDAY MQUNlNii DECEMBER U, 1884.
lour years had passed awar,
Hlillll 1)0 glllUlOW SWtnwl in ilurLvm
1 a "n,J then -Well, her
- ..,,...,. Miuu u.i 1 uis earui wiw snort;
hit ini'niu 1110 drew near tin nm v h.-n
a little dead baby was born.
i ue two she loved were beside her,
ami sue hcui their hands as her father
"I know all," she said,
mii back to each other."
'and I srivo
tne next moment htr m.ti-it K..1
1 as-en 10 its u oil.
no years after, Beryl and Guv
it. married, and they never looked
ut inc. quiet grave where the gentle
girl who Lad come between thmi, and
10 Muotu they had given her own in the
only way possible, rested they never
rei-Tciied the saenhee they had made,
11 sue nail lived, Ood only knows
I'cmer iney would have felt the same,
for human nature is weak-very weak
a' the best.
OX Till: MOCNTAIX-TOr.
M Mili'hell lii South Carolina Higher
Than M'Mint Washington In Xrw
One of the most pleasing signs of the
cordial relations existing between the
North and South which wero recently
testing each other's muscle and endur-aixv-istho
frank and even forward
admission by the former that Mount
Mitchell, the highest peak in the Black
Mountain of X rth Carolina, is higher
by several I dred feet than Mount
nshington, in New Hampshire, and
the mide.-t manner in which the South
admits this glory, as if reluctant to
wound Northern sensibilities. It may
be a regret on both sides that the hbdi
esl point of land east of the Uo,dcv
.d:u;;itaiiis does not bear the name of
Washington. The peak in New Hamp
shire was allotted to him in good faith
that it was the highest, and his shade
mii-t.be content with the good inten
tion. Even th- Father of his Country
can ti-it be permitted to sprawl all over
the continent to the exclusion f if ;ill
other aspirants for high honor; and we
must lie satisfied with im-in him ;..
Washington Monument) the t-illeet
pile of stone built by anybody since the'
lower of Uabe . and let Prnf,.-.,..
Mitchell sleep in peace on his mountain
in the lonesomest if not the hHic-t-placid
grave in the republic. (.
summit of that wooded him!;, nr.i f..t
above the Atlantic, rc.l almost that
height above M";:. Vernon, Mitchell
lies amid (!, .-louds and thunder. !
htor;; :i:id aeii ;1 b.ifles ,f dm ltl.,..l. ,
r .. , .:. .... ... . --.'"" 1
.nil.. 1,1111s. li s lie ,in in., ,.,,.,,,..
" s-.iitii.. ii v
a t; '.,);; of f irtuiie. Washine-tim
lll.. I n ,....,! 1 f I .
..mi iiu laniu nir ins personal elev
t:on: he cut his initials as LMi 110
the 1 1 .ttrc.ss of the X:itir.il
c.Mild climb in his stockhiTfei.t
inoi.ier ways he deserved well of his
country; but 11 professor of chemistry,
by a lucky chance of (ir.-t merisurino-
mis peak nnd announcing his discovery,
ami in me equally lucky chance (for
i"i:jioiiainyj 01 losing ins life in ai
teinpfrig to establish the assertion that
this w.-.s the p,...k he had lirst measur
ed. a:. l not a neighboring one, as
Senator Clingman insisted, has secured
...1 . i-i:i..;ihat morn an inc character
it, ..,11 ....... ... ...i : l. ..11 .1 1
ami correctness of life possessed bv
George Washington could not give him.
X01 ;! Carolina, of course, has a jus
tiljable pride in this mountain al
though she Las probably twenty peaks
about as high as Mount Washington
anil In f.re the war this may have been
an arrogant jiride; but now this is one.
of the old North State's contributions
to thelorv of the republic Before
the ir the Northern Slates might
have been ready to light for tin-superiority
of the 'New Hampshire hill.
or at le.i.t to have insisted thut fin
mission of its inferiority should be con
sider.: 1 i.s one of the'coiiinroiiii.i r,f
the Co. is it ut ion ; but now they take as
much w'lonal pride iu the bigness of
Milch !1 as if it were situated on Boston
Coiiiii.o i. It is one of the nminl.ln
raits of human nature that nermln
should lake a sort of credit to them
selves fur Mich excrescences on the sur
face of the earth in the places thev in
habit. The inflation of U'c
:he;r eminences is as harm ess m
It is td"asinir, aMd .vn dwellers In Imp
ious fecl that their importance in
v.oild is increased bv tin. m,i.i
height of their mountains; and wo
know that what some Enidislmien eiTil
boasu'iilness in lliein is merely the re-
ueeuon 01 me generous scale on which
nature is laid out west of the Missis-
sippi rn i r.
We can not leave this fruitful ti.nn.a
...1.1 ... . . ..
niiiioui a suggestion that may serve to
nioiicraie any nn''ennr fee inn- ,.f
sectional rivalry or envy in ignoble
minds in regard to il
eights of the-,, two respectable mount-
in ns. lhe White Mountains are of
granite, and even in their frost-trvin.-climate
IjU.-Iv to outlast the republic in
their inti'-iiiy. But the Black Mount
ains nre bnlli f a softer material, and
would be 'iihicct to a in,,.-,, nmi.l ,1...
t . - " "HUM VAV?-
gradatioa if they were stripped of their
r e,.,aiion and suliject to
" ' "f the frciiuent mins. ).'v,,r.
the best mountains are slowly wenrin"
away, and the pride that the American
lllllst feel hi Mitel, ell flU fill wf'ltwl-J iinin
Is green summit mu.st be moderated
by regret that it V,s ,l0t made of gran
ite. J he geoln.t alone can tell how
soon it .1 sink to tin. ..iiitn,i f ..
ommon hdl. but PV). ,.,, ...t....
an not seu.ji,v ,..s,. ,,. f.,ii ,.t
security that Mitchell will lon-r con
tinue u sou ee of ii.,:ii,.,1 If
Vofessor Mitchell were now livinrrnnil
ere ,i candidate fr Presidency,
mis mouni on would not escape de
triiction. mid prob:.by Venal surveyors
would be found to.lei reciate its ho'iht
in the mi-re.! of narlv. . el,,,,-, ,..
"I o "r:i ", in Ji-ir; ,f
A'n'i w tin'.
I'm lit packers have adopted Ham
ars for putting up fruit. They clairu
fa owner ,o th,. habit of unscrupulous
dealers putting up ,,.,.11VIM, , ,
fiTiorfrt,,! in tin, It beeain.. n ssarv
for theirown protection that they should
Use a (ran -parent vessel, throindi which
lhe cor.te it, can bo seen. ' Im' glus
Jars are i,bnt 1K) per cent, nmro costly
than the tin ,..,,, ,( (. , . J
A piriy of young men who were
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"You needn't mind, Mrs. Fussan
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"Whatdoyousupno.su mv dear 1G-
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fleiinknow. (..'omultatlon t otcce or by mail,
free and "''" A frlndl;' Ulkorliiaoplnlim
eoate ni.ililiiK. Mien It It l-irei.vcn lent lot hit
tliec-l y for lreatiu.-iiU nit-dirinen -an be avnt
cynmllur ex,rn. everrwtieii. cuiabiaoaci
ra.,htiio"r wrriti,:uU " wiy
giryona Prnitratlonf Pehlilt;-. tfentai aid
fhyiloal ffeakanii, BertaiUI anil ctaar
Sfleetlona of Throat. HUans Biinei, Klooi
fmpurltln and Blood Polnonlif ,"ikl AH7.
tloni, Old fciret aBjl lrer, Iaipeulmeata U
Marrliaa Bhumitl.ii., prt. Hpttiil iZ-
teatloa to tawt from Ofer-worVrd rrala.
SllUaf AL f ASF.HjerjdTDjHMaj at teattOB.
IleaiiM arising- fmm ImnrotlenfM KictSMt,
Indul grace or Eipuiarei,
It H eir.Yldut that a t.hvilclan fsy'lnf
particular attention to rl.. ,r -.u t,'.i,..
Kreatiltlll, and pliyi-lani In reirular j.iictli'O
all over tho country a mow Um tills. fro ently
ta wnre every known acollanr i
i.,iiinmiswiinHieoiiiei oinre ll A ii
M - t .1.
to, ami tne pi ovil trood reiuilin
aife andcniintrlPi ere urd, A whole ,'ne
",'!'.'! l"roeiuri.!a.aiii all are treate., IUi
aK 11 n a rPslMTtfill n,.,i.rr .n.l k ..
hat to do. iioxierinieiiit are uiade. in c
rouiit of the r.'al inonlr a,lrln'. file
rharire. re ketit low. oft.-n Iowit thin n Ce-nianui-il
hy ftVr If you t.(-ur the kl I nd
Kfl a ied; and pericrl life i-ure. that .tin
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h i mate r. !"ui,lili:U eti lingvy b:bt
to any addrot tn-e.
plates. MARRIAGE GUIDE. (
tliftntrloth and ifl'.t lilndlnir. henled foi V)
reniiu Ki-ti;ror I'lirri-m v. tircr Wlty w Hi.
di-rtul pi-n il,-l ires. tru to ife. artlclra on l,'e
follow Inn luhjt-i-ts! W ho may marry 1 hon i
why r l'r-.ti-raetii niarn . Whomarryflt ,
.ii.iiiii mi, i uii,;itiuMMi. rnvp.cai iit-rav. v .
Iioiil'l narrv. II, ,w ore ami lii.,iie nia
...... .... iimiiru vi .1,1 ir,ll,ls,
marrj Inn sli,,ul I read It. Itnurht lo he real
hy all adult irom, then k-j.t under hx-k a, I
key. I'.iilnr edition. narieas tve, but a it
tovi r and sou patft-s, ceuti Uy lual'. I' suoue
Tpoatatfo. BEFORE r AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Dm' T rial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD.
"irHO are lufTi-rlnii from NiR.nrt DtaiMTT.
T IViit ViTai.iTT, Lr or Nn Tea, a mi
Viuoa. Wwtiso H'miNiifn and all tliow diieamia
of a I'aarwtL tlarvaa n-mltina? frum Anrnaa and
OTina ( !.'. Spewly relief and e.ir.iplsto rio.
rti,,i,of tiiAi.THA looaaiid Xinw,ii,rips7iitD.
The irran.liKt dirory of th Mnt't.wi.th c ntury
kniid ut ouio I ur llluilratd famphl-t f imi. ddrtne
VOITAIC BELT CO., MAISHAll, fl5H.
poivrt a, pe ui.it, in d'-fi.y
and fuiiure to p.-rlurm lll'c'a
Uutlea prnpi-rly am cauwd l,y
oyii,i. errora of yntiih, etc.,
will hud a trfe t and lamn
ri'Htumiion to rohiut henlif
and vlitroroin niunhood ia
riOll lll-r atllitinrll llril.'tfiTiu rw.a
limtruiiienia. 'I mh tn-atinent ut
Ai'lvoiia liability and
lkhr.li.nl 1m,m ul.,,.,7HMi.
k,lAf,tl liuonan 1,.. .1 ...... T. u '
- -....-, .m, i'--r,,'i'i, uinirnrHiil,
new nnd dlrrrt melhoila and Mr.lnt ihop.
uiialiiii-ea, I-mII Ititnr-.natioD and '1 realm Irao.
AildremCfinanltina I'liynlcian of
MARSTON REMt:DYC0.,4SW.t4thSt., New York.
PUP T0"'i'l "f of riaa Driiinir, man.
PKhh au.l pi, j.lr.l wa.au.ia, lil iai,l,uil, n.r.
11 laat""1" tooetrxh.u, tha raaulia rt,i.li.-r.ti.ua,
" , ""alraaa.a ,ir all f eauaa. cur.,1 tit N E R V I T A .
l"roi f.ui, , w f .iliriliiiui;
ny ae.rar a nial parkai.ajalt. am aai am m m
en rairt r u c.ma Im ElID TI1IJII'
tr&tuifUll I HEAL
an InfallibH rum tut I'lli
IYico 91, at dnu.'KlHH), 01
ami nrepald ey mnfi run-pl,
'RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite preseriiition of one of the mo
nntiil anrl nrr-. fi,( .,...!... .1 . 11
10 r-tircl for the cure of ervnna Ilrblllty,
-oat Miinhooil. H'eiiknea. hihI li-cny. sent
in plain aealrd envelope frre,. Drugunn can fill it
Addross DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
1I'THK HUMAN nuiiy K
ti.'KIt, M'lllAn'rnKNKI)." I t.... nan
a'lvrrl,.. m.'iil l,,m run in , " i i ,,'r. In
l 1 1 n.-w ii ,1 ii ,!
. lluit I Iiit m 1 11 'I ItVllll'lll'll
1 i,iri tnilwrN l v ml ItT'tMiif
1111: M r 1 ! 'a 1, ( ,,,
Wi Dr. KEAN.
All. Ha mitTTll CUAHsl hr, t'ltiOftVO I key
Lilitiit iMta . Ii ml itctiiuf all ft.
Vei, Mrvuut, Cbiuult ftiiil bprl dlt
I n '! Hjr ffHltlt tlUniafi.itr, 1
Diilfiiiri tixrs'ihtily, fir j Uiiwr frr
ll-. Kno In id nnlr phvalrlmi In tti
-llr Dial Varraiila run aa A-tal
tf UtiMlrftUd Ik'., rmr ,ho (irMLtlulluui, 1 fcf tutU,.
till II. II, KANM, or tha IkVillnrat
i, ' mi a raa rura hlaiif i)alrbiT aa- nalaln.l;. Mr Uilliaa.
aill and caitiiiwrn,' ma rromaii,liiai,( ma,tlral inan.Ai...ait,lraaa
W. II. aalm, A.B., M.u.,le llea kk, law lark CMf
LLIN0I8 CENTRAL R. R
wai, . . ;-. -
sSIiortest and Quickest Routn
St. Louis aud Cluwigo.
Tlio Onlv Line Kuimrnu
0 DAILY TltAINd
Making Direct Connkotiow
raitMi Liiti Caiho:
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T " ?. . ' . "uu nli"'"ni n r C'lncle
natl. LouiaTille, ludlanapolia n0 pulhU Kaet.
t'J:U5 p. m. Fnat st. i 1
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3::in p. m. Kant Kiureae,
K-t;.L,l'A'!i'','.Illc,,,f?' rrlv,n St- Lri s
3:3.- p. m Cincinnati I':xw-eN.
Arrlvin? at Cincinnati 7:C0 a. m. Uulevllie 6
A tn I fill la t. m Ian! I aa J.i.L . 'e.
Uhl Ur n advance of any othi r n nie.
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:aueed t. Huudar Inu.rtenlpg. Ttle Natardav alter.
ii.oDtre.rjfioinfalro arrive In new Vork Mondat
nlh'V1'' Tuln,.su hoow in advaticeot
l'T"Fi,r tl.pi.ruk llb.t. A a.,..k.. .. .
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M'I'lr t Illiuol Central kailmad Ui-pot, Cairo.
- " HANHOW. Gnn Pea. Airent. Chlrat-A
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
Tralne di".,a t. Tri. ...
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tkxpreee I:U u. m I tK.nr.aa 1,, ut.
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I tst 1.01,1. Ki W 4U p. ni.
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Dally except Hnpday. t Dullr.
TIMK t AKIJ
A KHIVA L AND DEPAHTIBE OF MAiLS.
Art at j Dep te
V. O. rro PC
i.t it. k (ttrouifh loc mall), B a. in.
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7 a. m.
II a n.
3 p. m
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Iron Mountain It. H ' '.'
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...iK't . m.
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Wahaeh K. K
Teiae A Ht. Loole K. K. ...'.'.'
bt. Loul. A Cairo It. K
Ohio Itlver .... .
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Mm l.laer arrive Wed., hat. A Mid.
depart. Wed . Krl. & Hun
Pi. sen dot. op nfrom 7:Uoam I07::ii) p,n
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Jundajeifi-t.ile.. ot,t-tilrom....8a. m. to 10a.m.
Sunilay 1 hi ,x del. open frotr.... a. m. tc 10:otn
IfrMT K .I'li.n,... M.111 1 . nni.,i.k..j
lime to time. In city papere. CtiatiL-e vour rardr ft
cordlukly. W.M. M. Ml'Kf'IIV P. M
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
s . THAT GIVES J
r HAS KO EQUALJ
SEWING MACHINE CO.
30 UNION SO NY' CHICAGO ILL.
ST. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA 6A. ,
3 F 0 H-S ALE B)rLg?- I
NEW HOMK H. M. O.,
1011 ( llvo Ht., 8T. LOUI8, WO.
l'nvents Ilc-leatioK and Tradn-Mariia orned,and
all oilier intent ranm-a in tho I an nf Office and
hi'fnre the Court prurnp'ly and carefully attended
Upon roeolpt ofmntM "rekotrhof Invention, I
m-ike rarefnl rxnmli niton, and advlie aa to
KKHH MOD Kit TK, ml I maltaNOOnAHOK
tJNI.KHS HATSNT IH 8KCUHKI1 liilorinntlon,
advice and fpec al r,'fer. nc e eenton application
Near TJ. tt, l'atont Offlca.