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i.'.'.n s vo:,
I'M'iiv Jii' Hu-.'u'.ii'! Imik.'d fri-'liti-: -
S'i.o was fr.H',0 an.l limiil. with lonj
l;i!:ftl l iiir i,. i . ami soft, curliiii',
ali-lir.w!i !; .ir. Vitv much l.s-i ,f
i lli'Illi'tll tit ii:ll Wolliil hiiVi1 stlllii'ctl to !
iliivo thf li'litt ere;;; lire discotirafi'il i
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ii'.n" i" i i.'in' i u'M'iict'; nut so
prcat v;i lii-; iiti'jrr. 1 hut rvt'll this cx-'!n-i(!
l;iu;;,i- lial'li' W;i-not cnotlli to
CXI'!,i,- 1 1 i L.t'il('ltl('t)t.
'Von will not near tlio Wv'ihs. if
ICati' ' Ido fnnd-i for vou pvt'ry liour
in thf tl'.y. Xot that i caiv for'thctu;
l ut ymi n i l'! Ir.int Winslow llicro,
:iliil :im.) 1 haw oihiT jilatis for you,
l'i:i't ili.'oy ii!'i'. ini:-ia-)y tin; wide
hliie cvi iinit ldv li'ifai-i'd.
"Driiy a, f..:l.'i !-:; Why should I?-'
l'l tt r ll'i-i i.'.i' ! fiuwiittl and stoptu'd.
ri . .i . i .
i iit'ii' v, as Miiiiruini'j in tut' lair Clllltl- 1
I'.ki' fat'o wiiii-h iiiit tt'd his iwcitenient.
"I tli.l not say that you eared any
thing al.oiit him, I. ut 1 have lieai'd
It is ctiou-li that I .-av ou cannot "o!"' i
l.iiy .;!t'i,tly h f: t'nc room, a snh-nii-.iv.'
little liure in a lilac dress, so
delicate and hail a little tiirure, that
the man's h-art Mimic him a ho
looked a'iT it.
It Will only two i'.;fs since Lilv's
Ii.ntiit'f liad t!,i .1, ai d .-he w a-cxceetl-ini'ly
like lit i' lie ' her.
"Yi.;i can ,L'( anywlit re else, Lily, hu
called af;iT In I' 111-iff kilitih . ' ;
Jly wont haek to t :n-'i;n li r, and
1 1 ictl l'i'a ely to continue hor practie
i 1 1 .LT ; I'm! t'-r n feu- minhtrs, tin! small
lingers fal'i'iTd lioin their task, ami
the fair head iiro:;.ed Upon tile folded
ana. wh'le the ei-e.it tears, l,:'avcly
kcjit h K ic o lou r. I'la-licd tijioa th'o
1'eii r r.osculitl would haw' stoutly
dt ii'.e.l that he did not ho e his daneh
ter; hut sii. di his loe seetiii d never to
t fin ! lil -it mm -s, what did it mat
ter to that tender f'ivli that she wan
secretly !,'.- 'nil, I?
I't foit.inately. h w:w one of tho-e
ee.;i.ji,al mil tires n ! ich do not know
iiow to -how love. 1 ;s cliild, who was
hi lieirc al d tl.c jeet of his life's
atunitii.il. -!;,mil ai d icrMiod daiiv
fi.r a t . . I . -: . ; i ; 1 1 . 1" ail'. . '.
Ne.r i'l lie' lii'e, sje !' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 (1 le fi ' 1 1 ,
h;nl In r j..; :,or In - t'.w i d if ,i.i lu r a ca
ri ". .No oilier want v.a- left unsatis
lied; i v,-i'y :,e, on,;.',i -i,:,,. it was he
stoWi .l li;.u!i !,e!-. ,S,e l,.'d ill lllMlfV;
I'tit, s i i xaei'ii"; lii- tiattlfe. so stern liis
I.., iiii:er, tn's man had i ver ete:nleil a
slaver;, i. I.,;-. ni ! iilt. .ole daughter
of lii- in US'' :,nd lie:. i't.
l'oii li,-,t he w:. I., i' fa1' ami, a;
' i''el ' '. . tie arlult li f fate,
i-l.e wot, id m i r li ,e .-) M.i to him.
So n.ai.y, in my ii ,es. v. hi n ho did
not tire ,;,, , ,( it." j . !:"arlv broken
It w i- m,l h.'i' di-'i''iiiintti)eiit she
was on in;; f.,r now - laouuh. in l.er
I'-lic! !n ... -I i 1 )i::. .,.... for the V -it.
to the 'ieas;,:t U'vl'lis- hut. that -l.i)
liixl 1" t ma'. '. a- .1 r. ' "l. ami i-r
innocent i-.-cj-u- t met u;tli a hai'shnc ,
Uhh'h ' lie foil h "I no eaii.e.
l;,'H I ;.!!.! !.y I, or f ais tlried with ;i
M eo'.,;,y li;,, r!,; - l.'.UUt Win-llOV.
hy s!,t,:;: l hi r I ''.er care that slie
did meet, h'.in ti. :;'
li" was Ka'.,, V!d.' coiiia -hail
''I- '!'-'!! 'Ijl Y.-.XU he)'. Ie W'M.s
C'oloin I y!i!"'- j':;m r;t" m nliew. lie
was a i iV..'otii.;ii. M.e wa iif. in
prli-h ,hra-ion-v. ti,:,) i. W:H
"nice." What o, w.,v , l;lll;
v.hat a li.cllow oice to s'ii,' with;
What n ro.. .tisivo thrill Jvate's
Jioarty ih I'.'.-I.t that he was not frninjr to
I-'lorida ,,r the v iiiter had awakened
ill her he:.u.
All lit once l.c father's nioaiiiii"
caine to r. 'l',, ;,,., , ,i,,, Ml,',r,.
to her too, ;,, , ,. ,.llUorlt
I'P'alh. ii its I ,,:i,e liunt Winslow
choose I.-r f," a v 'C ! :.,:! She had
lil'Ve)' l! !'!. tilt d (il i I, i, a til ' f.
J!at. now !ic s. :-e,; ;. i.ervou-ly,
and lieaii W finderia..' rt -ile.s.v idio'ut
Iho roollt trc ('lii)i lhili;'s a'"l'.itlv lllnl
llilllle..v, tlie ' ( , 1 1 1 1 -r cheek llll'soili"
ai d ialiii'.r hy i iirns.
1 fail -he cared to rro to the WyLle.
lx'Cau e I.ai.lit Winslow was liliTe;'
Sim ii;i. I jtj t' deny it. hut the Midden
Video of In r heal" held III T -iellholllti
lllnl iu ina'uli nl It ar.
l'oor, lonely litile Lily! this oi(tri
'iiro li.ui foiiinl In r out very early.
ruts uAUA OAllto HULLK'llN, THURSDAY MOKKma UEOKMBa
Sho wns lut sovontt'cn. unJ inodostr
itself. Ji, was not in her to Hrro''ato to
hor-eir unv iniitortanoe ns rotor l'.osen.
lad's heiress; ami she did not know
how lovely she was, with her forget-nie-not
eyes nml siiuplo sweetness.
Launl Winslow was no votinesler,
but. ut tweuty-seven, a nian of tho
world, ami, uneonselouvlv, her hero.
She did not dream that'ho had openly
expressed his ndmirution for her, unil
that it had re idled her father's ears,
lint, to do Launt Winslow justice, ho
ditl not care n lirr for her father's
Money, l'rctty little Lily was his ideal
of what a woman otijdit to he, and his
pleasure in her was involuntary.
Lily ennie no wore to the' Wjldes,
runt he was annoyed. And, having his
little idiosyncrasies of character, and
accidentally learning that I'eter lloseo
licl had said that his daughter "wasn't
for a son of Jack Winslow's," he de
termined to see Lily, and let her know
how much he thought of her.
'l'oor, pretty lit t lo thing! Ho
doesn't use Iter half-deeently. She's as
afraid of hitn as if he were a bear. I
don't know him, but I've always heard
from my father that Koseobef was al
ways a savage. Thorn was sonic pro
motion in military affairs when both
wore in the army which made my
father ami hers rivals, and Boseohe'l
would never give my father his title of
eaptain, and hated him as lonr as he
ii i u.
This Launt Winslow conlidetl to his
Hut Lily continued invisible.
Meeting Captain Jack Winslow's son
in tint si rent one day, and taking covert
roe;i zance of his' feet and inches,
I'eti i' ISoscobcl's dislike to the hand
some voting man grew stronger than
over, and he went home and shortened
Lily's chain by a link or two.
"When you wish to go out, Lily, go
in the carriage. I don't like tr see
young girls strolling about tho city."
Hut Lily ditl not go out enough for
her own gootl. When she. did, she.
wont in the carnage, as her father in--tnicted;
and so it chanced that Launt
Window saw the sweet pale face once,
l wiee, thrice, among the purple cush
ions of the l'loscohel barouche, and
I'roin the sidewalk lifted his hat.
Each time the eyes of the two met
the blue ones, startled, sweet; tho
hazel ones, do ucnt, steady.
Launt Winslow meant' now. if it
otild be done, to win Lily lioscobcl.
Iler father ditl not guess the resolve,
n the heart of the young man, but was
nla lining against 'him none tho less
He did not want to part with Lily,
but he had a weakness for rank, nml
for the liist time in his life he dined
with a nob'eman.
And Lord Luther Lawton Lan
"1 have seen vour daughter. A love
ly young latly, Mr. Hoscobol. 1'ray
give me an introduction."
I'laiii I'eter l.oscobcl was flatten d as
many a more superficial man had been,
ami secretly began to make plans for
She was pretty and accomplished,
and he was rich. Why should she not
marry this nobleman, who was seeking
for a wife, people said?
So he brought Lord Luther home to
dine, one day, and Lily was cMpus'ite
in a dinner-dress of w'ine-dark velvet,
ami still as a nun, but nonetheless
lovely for that.
Lord Luther was honestly charmed:
especially when, at her father's reijticst,
she played ami sang for him. l!ut Lily
went to her chamber after he had gone,
and secretly whispered to herself that
In; was horrid.
She didn't like his watery-blue, eyes
and broad smile; and his hot breath
upon her check, when he turned her
lii'i-ie, made her shudder.
Xow, the truth was that Lord Luther
was not so bad, as lords go, but her
heart was all given to her little dream
of Launt Winslow, and she wanted
none of him.
The less often she saw Launt, the
more she thought of him, and the
warmer ami sweeter were herthoughts.
Well, Lord Luther came ngainrnnd
again, and yet again to the lioseobol
man ; mil, it turned out, asked Pet
er's permission to pay his addresses to
hi - daughter, for Lily's father said:
"Lord Luther conies this evening to
s' e you. If he asks you to marry l?un,
ou will consent."
Such a wild while face as the child
tor 1 upon him!
llut I'eter Hoscobcl was lighting a
cigar ami did not see it before it droo
ped a a in.
When his cigar was ignited to his
sati-l'aetion, ho went out.
"I cannot! I cannot! 1
It was already six
o'clock then, nnil
the short November day nearly done.
Pretty soon a servant came into tho
drawing-room to light the gas, ami in
five minutes more the bell ram'. TUn
the dreaded voice asking for
started up and ran out of the
broad lli;:s of the
chilled by the sharp
ran across tho
yard, and then,
night nir, darted
into the LTcnt eai'riaiiv.lioiiso ul, ......
were ranged tho Boscobel coupe, tho
barouche in which she drove out, and
her father's stanhope, besides various
In a twinkling she had leaped into
the barouche ailli cowered down in a
coi ner upon the velvet cushions, pant
im.r and listening.
l'oor Lily! of course she had behaved
in a very panic-stricken and unreason
mg manner; but it did not take much
reasoning to assure her that she did
not want Lord Luther, with his flush
eyes mid i,ro.l( sui,t t() 11;ili0 j()V() (o
her. Lily could bear a great deal, but
she could not bear that.
So she sat panting and listcnim',
w ith burning cheeks ami beating heart,
when she heard a step whielf nearly
made her heart leap out of her mouth.
She held her breath, hoping, after an
ii-tant, that it might lie Jerry coining
to h.ck up the coach-house. But it
t a- nut, tor a voice said:
'Miss Boscobel-Lily will vou al
low me one moment?"
A little changed with agitati ovi-
lontly. but Lily knew Launt Window's
voice. Then she saw him step in at.
UlC Open III,,, p.
nil!" she cried, covering her face
with her hands.
"Wivit is the matter? Aro you
frightened.' Huvo 1 frightened you?"
bo asked gently.
"No, no; not you!" said Lily.
He cuiiio to the side of tint barouche,
xtitl stood there, with his hat in his
'laud and his foot upon the step.
'Pardon nie. lut I have not (tpokon
to vou for so long. I have learned a
bad habit of lingering near hero late
ly," with a faint smile. "From tho
street I havo seen tho light shlno out
from your chauiber every night for a
He paused. To Lily his voieo was
sweetest music. Uetween thinking of
this and wondering what ho would
think of her situation there, she was
nearly distracted. Hut Launt Winslow
wont on quietly tnlkfng.
"I saw you come out to-night and
come in here. You are cold!" ab
ruptly, for Lucy was shivering.
In a moment ho had pulled off his
fur-lined coat and wrapped it around
her carefully, in spite of her protests.
Indeed, she' was not so cold in ho.- bluo
velvet dress as she was agitated.
"I fear you aro afraid of mo. Dear
chihl, why should vou be? I lovo you,
Lilv!" ho'said tenderly.
Then Lily began to "cry.
"Poor little thing! I meant to make
you happy," ho said, standing thero
Uut'from Lily's sobbing breath ho
certainly could' not guess how very
happy his mero presence mado her;
and tho reason ho evinced no surprise
nt tho very singular fact of a young
lady sitting alone in a lonesome coach
house, in her father's carriairo. on n
cold November evening, was because
he had long observed Lord Luther's
goings and comings and when he saw
the little figure Hying out of the house,
directly after that gentleman's admit
tance, ho guessed somewhat at tho
truth, and determined to strike while
tho iron was hot. If Lily would not
listen to Lord Luther, perhaps sho
would listen to him.
"Your father dislikes mo, Lily, but I
don't know why. A mere matter of
star or button. ' I think, in my father's
day. Surely I am not to blame. 1 nm
an honest man. I have something of
wealth ami position, and 1 love "you
dearly. Surely you do not dislike tue,
A little white hand stole out from
under the overcoat and was received in
his; and then Launt Winslow went on
more hopefully with his love-making.
And the clock struck eight, ami
nine, and ten. while they talked, ex
changing mutual confidea'ces so sweet
ly that tint moments Hew, Lily's silvery
syllables, and even musical' laugh, at
last mingling witn his own eager and
The time flew with them; lut not so
with I'eter Ilose .bcl.
He came in directly after Lord Luth
er, and found the la'.ter alone.
Then the search for Lily commenced.
All through the rich rooms, at tho
next door, over tho way. Lily could
not be found in the neighborhood.
Long before. Lord Luther had de
parted, much offended.
As tho time passed. Teter Boscobel
grew distracted. Lily's absence spoke
us never her presence had done. Ho
had been cruel; he had driven his child
It was past eleven it was nearly
midnight when he was walking tin)
floor of the long drawing-room like a
Meanwhile, Lniiut Wiu.slow hna ju.st
"1 suppose that swell has gone, Lily.
should be happy to pace here, like'a
sentinel, all night, and watch over
your slumbers, if you wish to sleep on
'hose cushions under my overcoat; but
I am afraid you will tako cold; and
you will have to face your father somo
lou will take cold. How selfish I
m iu i mi con. Jiowsej sn l i
said Lily, descending from tho
barouche and trvimr to restore tho
varment to him.
But the result was that she only
lot clasped to ids breast for one sweet
'I'heu he tucked her little hand under
lis arm, and inarched iti to her fath r.
"I have brought Lily back, Wc
ire engaged to be married. Ami I
diall not aljow you to scold her too
iiuch for running away from Lord
Luther Lawton Langk'y," ho said
Tins man of iron, who had never
bent, was broken.
"Don't run away from your father
again, Lily," he said', "You may marry
whom you please."
That was live years ago. Lily rides
iu that carriage to-day, with her hus
band and two darling children.
Iloilkln Gives Advice to n Dude.
"I re'llv believe wo had better go
down to Nankasket to-day. it's so pes
ky hot," said Deacon Bodkin ono day
during the "heated term,"
Mrs. Bodkin and the girls needed no
urging, ami an hour or two later they
were all comfortably seated in large
rocking-chairs upon thepiaza enjoying
the ocean breeze.
But the deacon was uneasy. Near
him sat a dude from New York, with
loudly checkered suit, a silver-headed
cane, ami a ttronounccd odor of patch
only. Tim deacon eyed thotlude, shift
ed uneasily in his seat, and nt length
arose and said:
"1 guess I'll get to witul'ard."
"I tell ye," said ho, suddenly address
ing the dude, "I know whal'll take that
air smell outer yourclothes. You must
bury 'em - bury 'cm a month, an' then
they'll be all right. Naow when I was
a boy, I lived in the country, an' ono
day I was going to school, nil' I threw
a stone at a little black kitten by the
roadside Jerusalem! but l'vo never
stoned a black kitten since, I reckon
you run across one ' them critters this
liinmin' by the smell (ioml gra-
cioils, whole's the feller gone? Don't
see what there was to get bully about,"
ho remarked, turning to tin- smiling
crowd that had gathered round, "(luiss
he must ha' gone to bury hit clothes."
TI litorof (lie I'nstjf Cuiui'i H'eii-
fy 'ViVn r is in trouble! A holy g,it
him two young canines and ho n kno,,.
?dgcd the favor by saving thai .Mr
Jel'Usha I'l'ikin-on presented li- with
two sweetly ilitci'o.-ting pil. Tut
printer m ule it "hugs," ami the lad'
liusliaml stirred up the unfortunate ed
itor with a hickory hoop-polo uud a
Tho Ohio is rising ut Pittsburg. Tho
Cumberland nnd Tennessee aro alio ris
ing. Tho City of St. Louis left hero Inst even,
ing with about thirty piissunguri for New
Tho Gus Powlur loft here lust evening
with a very large pussengor list of people
going home to spend Christum.
Ed. Anschutzi tho portly and corpulent
chief scrlbu of the Hudson, has gone into
winter quarters with his boat at Puducuh.
The Vint Shitilclo, from Cincinnati, arriv
ed hero list nigh'. S'io took the An
chor Lino mini. Her trip was only moder
ate. The John A. Wood grounded two tmrgea
on Grnnd Chain yesterday, and when tho
Fowler passed down yesterday she was
pulling hard to get off.
Capt.T. V. Shields hna been informed
by telegraph th'it tin: Anchor Linn s?eiuners
on their way from Vickburg and New Or
leans, are laying up n jj, mphis on account
ol the heavy ice.
The Ohio, from Memphis, is due to-night
but her anival i." improbable, as the ice in
the Mississippi is getting too heavy to be
sale, but us it is yor-ed between Ciiro and
S Luiis it will probably run out in a tdmrt
The G .1 h'ti Crown left hero yesterday
u.orn i our with a good freight trip and her
cabin lull of p issenger". S.nno who could
nut s "cure rooms on her w hich we had sold
tkk"tsto hmt to go on the City of St.
Tint cleg int electric light stoimer Guid
ii!j Star is due hen bwiiglit for New Or
leans. She is the tirst bout in the Big 0
Line, and has a reputation for living higher
tiiau any m m's bout, It you w-.nt to go to
tint exposition iu s'yle as well as coinbirt,
get jour ticket of VY. T. Limhdin an I tike
Il the river do a fruez; up this winter af
ter the long spell of low water which we
h ive had to contend with all summer and
fall, we hope our friends will not forget to
patron i7.4 the Cairo & St. L"U C Narrow
Gu ige It. It., as we are agent for it. Ice or
low water wont hurt the Narrow Guage
Mr. John Lobb, 290 Regent St., London,
Enjlaad, Shoeiii ikir to Hisltoyal ILghess,
the Prince of Wales and Emperor of Aus
tria, writes that St. Jacob's Oil is Ihe only
cure tor rheumatism he has ever known,
and he rccon im-ds it, ulsn, for foot ail
ments. The Half Was Never Told,
of the wonderful power and virtues of that
best of all medicines, Kidney-Wort. It
has been tried sud proved. Its cures ato
nunibcilm and the record of (supposed)
incurable cns.is that have yielded to its in
fluence, is astounding. It you have tmutde
null your kniiiet, I ver or bowels, if you
suirir from constipation and piles, if you
are a victim of rhenmism or malaria, take
Kinney. Wort. li,u will had it is tho rem
toy you need.
A Fair Ofler,
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Di. Uye's Voltaic Belt aud
Appliances on trial, lor thirty dys, to men,
i . .,, . , . ' . .
lost vitality aud kindred troubles. See
advertisement in this paper. 2
1-iT A pint of the finest ink for families
or si n. mis can be m ide Irom a 10c package
ol Diamond Dyes. Try th'-ni. All drug
o.is s keep thtm. Wells, Richard n &
Co., Burlington, Vf. Sample cr-(, lii rol-
or. - , and book o directions for '2c stamp.
A l awyer's ()p;n;oii of interest to all.
J. A Tawney, L q , alcdmg attorney
of Wiiu.na, Minn., wiiies: "After u-ing it
lor more thm three ears, 1 take Kreat
p'ea-ure in sating that I regaul Dr. King's
New Discovi ry for consumption, as the
test remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It bus nt ver failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, nnd invariably re
luvi'sthe pain in the chest."
Trial hot t leg of (his sum euro for all
throat and lung diseases may be hud free
at Barclay Bros' diug store. Latge size,
tt.00 " (j)
MucKien'M Arnica Malvc
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
'.ruises, Sores, ITccrs, Salt Rheum, Fever
sores, Tetter, Chapped llmids, Chilblains,
'orriH.and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
urcs Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
'ect satisfaction, or money refunded, price
.Ci cents per box, For sale by Barclay
For the Cure ol Coughs, Colds,
(Hoarseness, rronchitis,Croup, Influ
jena, Asthma, Whooping Conpli, In
Icipicnt Consumption ainl for the re-
licrorcortnpttvepcrons in advan
ced MjgcKof the Disease, l'or Sale
by nil Druggists. Price, f Cents.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
"K 'I Ui; III! it AN IHUIV I, I.Al'lOKII, i V I,'.
Vl'.l'.Ml" MiTIU MI'.O. ' I " , i. iin ii,.,P.Tr;
. II, .' .,1
i in .1 1 tins,
Qui 111. f'liur.iiy, On
a.ltrn i "'Mm
QUI', I ,' ' "IH in,
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Em i? Wi' hi. i. I.
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fTLir nrtri Afmni,
inc uiiuu utfiMAN
Ifelltvti and cur
8ornu, Cut, Bruii,
And all nthfr bodily acbaa
FIFTT CENTS A BOTTLE.
Anld t,T ll DriiHlit anil
tiir. Dirclluii la II
Tht Chartu A. Vogiltr Cl.
I'xwn . Touiuil co I
3lllllor. Md U.S.A.
017 St. Charlti St. ST. LOUIS, MO.
A ragrulftr Ort,liit c. two mt1ttl
eoliKi-, li brfn luo tin tuimd in ih tri-
5r,"lof.S'.!,ro,,1' N,rvo '. fbiti nd
Hlpo.l UImi-, th,n hit ot'irr ,imcln I
ru l.ouli. kiclty ei.f r ifirw mil ll i i.l ri-
ami know, ( uiiaultatli.il 4t offr or by iijUI
frfml ln.:il. A frlmair t-ii of tint opinion
tost noihliij. N hra ltl 1-irm.Trulrnt to villi
the cut for irf iiiui nt. nintu-inti r rn
i7 wan or viirr tier wini,
mrui'iMi : wilfrQijuOl tl'lt-.w t frankl
lllnl. Call or Writ.
WirTom Proitritloa, Prtl.lt--, atralti t4
fhTilotl tToikani, Mi.rill tad tk
gctloi'iof TSrnt, Skit i lt'ni, io4
lapwitlt.mj Blond Plinl.t, Xkla" lBt
Horn, Old air d I'lctn, IapttliMait U
Marrliy Rkumtlf, lllw. 1cil"t
Utloi to m.' tro OTr-wrk trail.
jifBOirALCASlI rclT iptll ttUntlo
PIkum trlilmr fnai liprndnf Eic
H I iHr-Tl.ltnt that a iiliTilclan'vtriiiii
particular attention tt clan ( rark attain
trrat atlll, anil ilif alrlan litrkalar ractlr
all orrr tliecnuntrr knowln; tlili. rrq -milr
Mconinifiid rt to theoltlrtt offlr Ir .nrrl
fa whfrefffrjr known apiillanf M i.ru('
to, anil the provil uoo.l rem. It -,f aU
aifca and pnuntrlr rc uafd, A whole l"rne I
iii'd fnrofllre iurtw aea, mil (11 are treat .! wltti
kill In a rf-i.pi'tfiil manner; and. know.n
wht to do. no etrliiienti ar niade. (a .e
tount of the jri-at number au.Ulnr, tba
eliarirpi are kept low, ort'n lower than li ce
(nanurd h? ot"ieri. If you lecnre the akl I nd
(tetper, and ,eriert life cure, that .h
Import .t mailer, faiui.lilet, M p(. H:ot
toaujr addrcti free.
puim, I MARRIAGE GUIDE, (pagls
Kl'eint rtntti and Kilt blndlnc. Sealed fat M
fent In .otne or currency. oer arty wju
derful pen pli'i area, tru to Mfe. article on til
foMowlm aiihjerti: Who may marry f whon f
wliyl" rroperasjeto niarr. Who mrry Sr .
MiiiiIioo'I, WoaianhiKiil. PhTirl der. W
huul.l inarrv. Huw life ud lij',neia may
lncre,.i. Tho.e married or eontemplat .';
DiarrvliiK h,.iiM rea.l It. Itoukhl to tie real
by all cliilt perom.. then kept under lork ail
key, 1'upiilar e.UUun. aainea l",e. but pat r
cover ami :w page, ctula by malt, ly nu
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Oiffanized Dcrcrabcr, 1883, Under tie
Law of 18113.
Sncce.anr to W'ldowa ami Orphan" Mamal A'd.So-
clt-'ty, o ganlzco w 11 1 v 4th, 1877, uuiiae
the Uw uf lBVi.
JOHN H. ItOIilNSUN
, Medtrai Advleer
WM. S' KAI'f N
J. A. tiUNoSTINK
c. w. i rr ,siMi
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for Ist YEAR.
Win. straitoii. Str ttun t Bird, ruruia. La an. II.
v. ... -.w, . - .. ... . '.niifiiipiniu
ale ainl ri't il dry Knurl; C.
l'r.'i. Iltl. Med K.t , for ' t
J. A. tio.iltini-, iiHioliletliiL- Hiiputiwntiir. hole-
W. Ubnnirv. M. Ii.j
tiaione: Alhurt Lew a.
("ra niPHiiiii tnurchant ; J. II Kuldnsiiii. cmitm
)inlK an nnlHry pulillc; Wm. K. I'ltchcr, r.im.
Iirukcr und lii.urtuco acnt; K. II Ital d, rut
tiei-t I'liierviPiir: M I'h 111. a, carpenter and liulid
er; '1 hiiiun l.nwl-. ntt nrriev and accntarT ; h. V.
tifri'i-jiiilorntiy-it-lBW, DiiQuain III ; K. U. Hac
raahlcr .f i I'titimniHl Han , Aahlfy.lll ; Al'.crt
llayili'ii. taahli-r ul Onorj-o ContiH ly A Co., Sprinit
Until, I I j 11, t ii 11 ti . al.torney-ttt-.nw, liio Una
do ph eirui't. Chl'-ntr; Hon. Hoot. A. lUtcrur, at
Inriii-y ai iw, Chrli-etun. Mo ; li. I elulitoi.
caabter Firat Nnttunal nanU. htunrt. Iowa
far work'nir poop'e
Send 10 con's
t o la.'i', atitl nc wc win m ill yon
fr till r Mil. vxlunh n enmnl" hi nf
R M''l Hint will put you m the war of iiikkIiii; m oe
iniiin') In a few dm-Hi '.ii veil ever thouuhi poHi
bin nt Hio lni-.il,.... i utt ul it.t rcqnirvd. You
nm I' t at li'iini" an vtora In epare ti.i.e itily.or
all till' tl i.e. A II ut hotn He en, I' al hioh IOhIi i
ly w,ci u-n ul .'0 eente to ", fiisilv ear cil cvt-rT
i'V,;iiiiii.., 'I n t nil uhii wniii work tiia te-t the
I) nliif-n. wo iiii;ii th iiiipnrallili'il rftVr. To all
wlni tie ti.'t kiiii il 1 1 we will im'mI jl tuiHy for the
t otilil" ul wr liiu ii". Fall parti u ara.ulrvc lon.i,
etc., emit Ir - , lnniii iii: p n ui ru uiuy eure for
nllvliiilittrtnin.il- I) u t itelv. Atluiet
.Vl'INsdN ,t (Jo,, Portland, Main.
olitanipil. ami ail I'ulunt Bu-imn Bttmidi tl to foi
lor iiiiiil"r,iie fm n.
Our . mo in ot.p.i.l K tho U. 8. PatuntO.Tee, and
wuciiiiu lulu I'.ni'iiia iu Kb time iliau thoHu re
lilt. til f t III W,ti,tii;tiiii ,
M' i d tn tl 1 nt il,ltitf. We arWluc an to pa
t. i.tnliilny in u uf clnirsu; aud wo uiaku no clmrK
Ulilt.'se ia,i nt In ecu riM.
Wui ler hurc. to lliti I'ontma-ti'r, tho Stint, of
i.oniiv I'lilm )iv,. ami lo tlm i.nii lals i,f It.e U. H.
i'at -lit oniuu. K..r cln.uia , Ktlvuc. tirinn ainl ruf
I.Ti'i en io in: mil tin. nm In yuur iwnbiatoor
County, wn c to
0. A SNOW 1 CO.,
Oppumte l'uti'iit OOlcc. Wurlniiuton, U. 0.
iTiioti-ntvii f ( or rWiMfiai Dittty. mttv
, IM ami phviii i wtitkn-xit, luti triuiMui,tiir
TUMI (ttoillftUutl, III IHUlll Of lll'lllfllliilll.
Tun tun n llitl ll will fiim rrr riM pmrupL- m (uMiiii W
a- ..... . ua,iyiiai u; n n W A
p"I.Ar,-tr Dk. A.U.ObUi
n rot'iMi i (ii ii rrnti fin
" " rive iiiaait
an MtalMitmrt fur 1'llia.
I'rlr $1, at UrucsUtei, ct
rre. Ad. "ANA liKWIta "
ilalur.Us)l Itiia-tiaw Xsrlt
WW Dr. KEAN,
UdHll.r-l Iwtl t Ii ml) Ii(ii til) PH
vou, Nti-vtiWttutiitile ml hrUI Olt
HirTMt'irliit, Imimlrtrf (insutl
1nepti , Pf9 Ji-wuvt.itr. Cun
BtiitMiuiQ hmtintiiri ir bf IMitr fr
t. Kmi (r h nnlT I ?. In Ikf
rll lliftl wrr-ta rar m bav. Ill
iin'ml I tTUtmm
LLINOIS CENTRA Ij K. R
siirt.st ami (2ui'i;wt Itotitt
St. Louis and C)iearo.
Tho Onlv I-.ine Kuunitm
O DAILY TKAINiS
Ma KINO DlKKOT CoNNKOTlOW
K ASTERN LINES.
I'tui.i I.iiTr Caii'o:
:i to h in. Mhii.
' rnvni n M l.i.ine n laa i m , (.'nicift., n si' ,. n ,
i'm,t',., ,ii. t ii,' ,) K'i!ni?hni fer i'!rei
t'lttl t.oiiirvalt;, linllanapoli il(; pui.,. Bait,
' v::yr, ,,. ,a. .v,M, ht (1)uf, uri
vv 'ft ii Kxrt'a.v.
jrhll lJli M l out- tl;, p. m , tw ,,,,,
li li'i p. iu. l- awt I' tpicaa,
' "n'' ' 'i,r"i!o. arrivtim at HI. Lou
) p. in . nun ('hii'iiitu ' :.! a. tn
p. in ( iiK-iniiRti hipi'fam,
Mr, v, n,. in en fiiint. :;,() a. n, Uiinee-U
a tu i linliiii,n,i, i- ti,, a m. I'ii..ii4,ir, p.
tin- tra li o n h ll.i- ale v p,i . J y ,0 jtj
li I ! n tt.ltui c ol ,,ni other f"'ile
ttrru :l:t! p. i. ,:,r.e. ha' I'L' I.I.MAN
sio l-I I.Nt, (. Alt Ire-u lairu f I n.cliitiai', with
out iui.i;..a, ai.d through l t'Ulr, t (,;, ,0,,,
h't l hi. ho,
1' JtSt i Ullt) J'jXHt.
J'ilSSIMI,'e4l'; h "throui(ti toKaai.
' 1 n eiu polute without tuy de.ay
aiieedh) s.-miay Int.-rvenli,. The Hat.irday after'
l'.oti tra. ii fimu aimarrtvee In n.-w Vn-k MoBday
union, t at l'i::r. Tht rtj eix hoiir It advance ul
nt h it r.niti-,
If Ke tlirocirh tlrketa kbd furthei It, lot matte
I'p.t l Ullnole LV-iitriil Kailrnad !)i-pnt,( airu.
. r,.u .'' "' J'NKS.TIcet Auei.l
-Vri. HANSON, (.on. I'aee. Aert. CMraro
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
THAT GIVES ... .
V HAS NO EQUAL"!
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SQ.NY. CHICAGO ILL.
ST. LOUIS M0. ATLANTA GA.
F Q R S ALE BY.FEr-
NHVV 11OM10 tS. M. O.,
l'.tl Olive St.. ST. LOCH, MO.
BEFORE V- AND -YAFTER
Electric Appllancn irt lent n 30 Divi' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO ar xifferlni from Naavon Diati.rrT,
Loar Vitai.itv, Lan 0 Nnv Foai a
Viuoa, WAan.ii Waadnuaa. tnd all Ihow dlaaaae
Ornaa tiuaia. Speedy rlle( ami ronipltie ratto
ratlunof llAi,TB,Viaoaand Mahhikid tin. nam tx
The rndeat dlarorery of th Nineteenth Century.
Iud al unr for IlluatraUd Hamphleifre. addr
VOLTAIC KIT CO., MAHtHALt, PICH.
of a 1'aai'jmL Naturb rranltlnir from Aai aic anil
pw,-ra, pruuiutui ale, nr
and failure to uurform IKi'a
tiiidr properly ar oau.ail hy
ei,:oa, ea. error of youth, tc,
will llnd a perfect and laatirf
reatornlion to rohual hra lit
I and Tlgrorou munhooil ia
A JHE MARSTON BOLUS.
rr-s,.,iher atooiarh drutipiuf nm
.-i.rii.ui irrnoiiy ana
Incceaful beranae hKHnl on perfort dlagnoaia.
etr nnd direct melhntla and ah.otnto I hois.
uarlineM. Kill I infur.naiion and Traati frv.
Aililrea ConaultinR i'hyaicinn of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 46W.14th St, NrwYork.
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite prescription of one of the mott
i. iwu, a.... i...i.c..mi , xLLiiniim ic v. o.
now retired (nr Ihe cure of Nervou Iichlllty,
l.ot Mnniioml, Wenlcnea and Itecny. Sent
in plain ital'd envelope t'reie. DrugRitli can fill it
Address DR, WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
mi. U. II. KANK. of tna Osgulrj
linm., ao off.', a Kama a. vh.r...
nr on. f.r. kllf unl.al. pai.ln.lr. Ualli.
aula ..a rnennwinrnla from .mln.nl m Mitral mn.An.a,lr
M. , AMI. a. .Bh.lMtiMw Mq Urn Iwk