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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, IHS1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornin&r Daily in Southern Illinois
HER STORY, MD HI3.
"What you t un lioth liu tliinkln? of,
whatever you can st-o in liiinto mtiuire,
I rt'Hlly ain't niuku out," I exi'liiim.
jiottislily. "Hi' fcrtainly ia not tlu
hort of iHTson to go into rapture
Hut in spito. of my mint's oxjiostulary
ton)', ami a frown troin my cousin (J;i
nM, 1 continue my remarks.
"I never win w ilisappointcd in all
my life. To think of calling him a
hero-that weakly, ilelieate-looking
"Oh, Vera, hush. IIo's coming."
It is a warm afternoon, and wo am
nil out upon the lawn; my cousin in
hiiij;ii)g lazily to ami fro in a ham
mock, which is suspended just beneath
fhc tall elms, and, from his elevated po
sition, he has been able lo see the slow
Hpproimh, ahiug the walk by the, side of
'lie house, of the individual under din
'iission. Can ho have heard? For
'nice jny self-possession entirely deserts
lie, and I sit with crinisoneil cheeks
Ind duvvii-dioopeil, frightened eyes,
shamed of myself-and deservedly so,
'or have 1 not spoken slightingly of a
pii'st,' and my cousin's dcant friend?''
"How cool and comfortable, you
":ok,"' said a pleasant voice. "I have
t beyed your inJHineiioii, Mrs. Yorke,
nd rested for a full hour, and I can
rVMire you I feel greatly refreshed after
r'ly long journey."
Involuntarily '1 draw n sigh of relief.
I(e has not heard - if ho had he could
1 ever look and speak so unconcernedly,
.'(e takes a scat near me, and when, at
J ist, 1 veiilure to raise my eyes they
1 jeet a calm, friendly, answering gaze.
lo, it is (juite evident he has not heard.
llefore proceeding, I will describe
!lis college chum, and beau ideal of all
ji'ifection. of my cousin Oerald Yorke.
liis name is Austin l.tichanan, his pro
fession that of a doctor, and his ago I
should judge to be somewhere about
thirty; he is not tall, and is very deli
cate looking, and, what detracts still
further from his appearance, he is very
Now, somewhere in remote ages -very
remote, I should say, as I have
heard it ipioleil ever since I knew
enough to be proud of a new i.vsl
some one, remarked that ''beauty is but
skin deep." However that, may be, it
is just as true that I whs born with an
rye for comeliness and an aversion to a
deforinitv or blemish of anv kind.
A. week goes by; seven suns have ris
en and set since poetor liuchnnim lirst
came to "Ki llinoiint" -by which name
our beautiful home, situated in the very
heart 'f the lovely Westmoreland laes,
is called. The last of these seven days
iinds niv lirsi impression of my visitor
When he is silent I think him plain,
and my eyes wander to liis crutch; but
when bespeaks, and his face brightens
till it fairly glows, then 1 cease, to won
der at the 'harm he exercises over my
cousin. Two more weeks hasten by.
"1 must go at the expiration of nn
oiner," Doctor Ivucliiiiinn says, ilecut
edly. "Now, (iei aid, no urging, my
kind friend, 1 cannot leave my duties
That night I push Imek my curls and
study my reflection in the glass. I have
a reason for ,so doing. That very after
noon, as I sal reading in my favorite
retreat, tucked away from the heat and
the Hies in an odorous bower of Na
ture's own making, with drooping roso
sprays falling all about and hiding me,
only tlisiant a stone's throw from where
my cousin ami his friend had csconced
themselves; they were finishing a pre
vious conversation, and before I could
rise and make myself known I over
heard something which effectually kept
nio where I was.
"I know your admiration for a noble,
character," (ierald was saying; "but
you must not think little Vera is as friv
olous as she appears. Yon haven't
seen her best side. She is fitful and
capricious before, you because I think
your indill'ercnt manner rather p'upies
her. The spoiled child is very oung.
and has been spoiled by too much ad
miration; she is nct'tistoined to see
every man she meets do homage to her
The answer came musingly and ab
sently: "Yes, your cousin might be pretty
nay, beautiful in some eyes, but tome
there is something wanting in her face,
perfect in outline and color though it is
the Undine needs a soul."
My glass shows mo two dark, mis
chievous eyes, set in a round, fair face;
a small, curved mouth, and a straight
"Undine needs a soul!" what could
ho mean ? lint my mirror does not pos-si-ss
a like gift with the ancient oracle,
and I turn away unanswered and dis
satisfied. The last week of our visitor's stay has
drawn to a close, and ho has gone.
Ah! truly in three short months of
daily companionship, I have grown
fully to understand Gerald's admiration
for Austin Huchanan. Never before
have I had such a mine of varied and
entcrtaitiinr knowledge unlocked be
fore me. Of things above the sky
reverently touched upon; of things be
low; of the marvels of foreign countries,
and of the interesting objects in our
own upon each and every topic ho has
been cipially at home; and though lie
has paid but little attention to me, I
have Quietly listened and benefited by
what 1 have beard. Now that ho has
gone I awake to find that, like Gerald,
1 have uUosved alien,.worship to spring
y in my heart, that I miss his ouiet
f.Mfall, nmUhat, though I fear he does
not even iko me-.bx.nm mo doll-like
and frivolous-1 have Kr,JWn u, t.ure
for this grave, plum man, ho .litTcrcnt
from tho shallow youths of whom I
meet a plenty in society.
When I nsk (ierald, he readily teiu
me all about his friend, nod 1 learn
liow it wits that Lo came to be lame.
I low, when mere yout h, ho had been
present at a large lire, and how, when
no one cdso had dared ho had climbed
a ladder in tho faeo of the blazing
flames to suvo a little child. Tho lad
der had broken before his descent had
been completed, and ho had fallen with
the little one in his arms. Tho child
hud been unharmed, but then it was
that lto received the injury w hich tinulo
bitn t prlnnln . ,
As 1 listened to Gerald' enthusiastic;
description of his friend's bravo act, my
heart stirs and t limbs within me. Thii
is tho man of whom, In my girllsb
thoughtlessness, 1 spoke slightingly,
There is a lull in the storm for at
least three days I have not been callo I
to any new cases, and at hist. I think 1
may safely say that the cloud is lifted,
which for the past month has lain so
heavily upon the people of this ill-fAled
town, where for so long fever and dis
ease, bred of foul smells and bad venti
lation and drainage, aggravated by pri
vation for nearly u'l the mills have
stopped work on account of a strike
among the employes - have held sway.
I write hopefully; and well 1 may; for,
together willi the joy of knowing that
the woe about me is abating, into my
own life has dawned mi overwhelming
and unlookcd for radiance, 1 will tell
how it has come about.
As one morning, a month ago, I went
my rounds, in one of the hop'ual wards,
bending over a patient, 1 saw a new
I watched her a moment unseen, when
suddenly, as she slightly turned her
head, I recognized one whom I had i. it
seen for live years. Notwithstanding
the stilV regulation dress, and the close
. . . n i . . i .
cap which conuiieuine uair, i Kiiewner
for w as it not a lace which t lie more
I had tried to forget, the more it had
remained engraved on the inmost tab
lets of my heart. 1 had seen if first
when a dear friend ha I persuaded me
to give myself a short H'-d to recruit, nt
his country home, the health which my
arduous duties had impaired. I went,
promising to remain a mouth, if noth
ing urgent recalled me. found an
ideal home, such as one reads of in
books, situated in a spot nature must
have created with a smile upon her
The hostess, a gentle, gray-haired
lady, made me cordially welcome "A
friend of her son's was as her own,"
she said. There was another inmate
of my friend's home - his youngeousiu.
A gay, radiant creatine, with a mu
sic as of rippling brooklets in her mer
ry voice, and u face full of fun and
laughter, but without a particle of earn
estness underlying its varied expres
sions. I could see she shrank from me
at our first meeting, and I learned the
reason. I was a n ipple, and she was
one to whose exuberant health, and
beauty-loving nature, any deformity or
weakness gave a sensation almost of re
pulsion. 4 tut as we grew better ac
quainted, as the passing days opened
out lo us each other's characters, her
manner towards mechanged. Though
she suspected it not, the change was a
dangerous one to me. I had thought
her incapable of any seriousness of
feeling; now I found my mistake. I
had thought her superficially fair, but I
soon came lo find beauty in her girlish
face, surpassing that of any other 1 had
ever seen. '
The time llew by until the day came
on which 1 had decided lo go, and it
was well that it was so; for I knew then
that, almost unconsciously, an all-absorbing
love had been growing up in
my heart for the beautiful girl who was
no more a fitting mate for one like me,
than a dainty humming-bird would be
for a grim, sombre raven.
Not for such as she was auork-dav
life like mine even had I not been as
I was different from my fellows a
So I went away, thanking my kind
entertainers and binding with cords of
iron, my heart, which throbbed like a
wild thing, when at parting she laid her
litth! hand in mine and said she was
sorrv I was going.
Sorrv and I, who was more than
sorry, could only utter the merest coin-
to return to where I broke away into
As I stood watching her, she turned
and came towards me. I was not mis
takenenough graver and paler than
of oh!, before me stood sho w ho was al
ways in my thoughts. So I addressed
"Miss Carleton, how can it be possi
ble, that you are here, risking your life
in this fevered atmosphere?"
She gave me her hand ijuictly, as if
it had been but yesterday that we
"I have been in the midst of (lie
worst of it," she saifl, "for 1 came to
L) " (naming a town a few miles
distanO "six months ago. There I
have been since, until ycslerd iy. I was
sent here to take the place of a nurse
who has been taken sick.''
"Kill your aunt, where is she?" I
asked, "and my friend, your cousin?
1 have had no word from him for along
An expression of sadness clouded her
"Did von Hot know," she cselaiined.
"that both my dear aunt and my noble
young cousin -all I had in the world to
love ami be. loved by --were taken from
me within one shint month? OIi, it
was hard! I was almost beside myself
with grief. Then 1 read of i he suffer
ing here, ami the need of iiur.,es. I
was alone in the world - no circle would
be broken by my loss - and I thought,
perhaps, in iiard work I could be able
lo drown my sorrows. So I came."
As she spoke I gazed with amaze
ment at the braie woman before me
(for, though oung in years, "girl" she
could be called no longer).
"The first month I took the fever,"
she continued, "but my perfect health
brought me through miickly."
Truly tho ways of Providence are
mysterious' How little I ever thought
that I should meet Vera Carleton in
such a manner and place.
After that I saw her ilally; saw her
kneeling In prayer by the dying, or
wlnling away the weary hours of con
valescence by her. beautiful, cheering
A month jiassed. It was cooler weath
er now, Hint tho fever was at an end.
The time had come when my services
were no longer indispensable, and I
could return to my home in London. I
called to bid Miss Carleton good-bye.
found her nlntin. W II t till, ill I M M I. 1 1 ii
and suddenly, nit hough niv reason told
i was madness, impelled by an in
ward prompting I could not resist, I
disclosed to my listener the love which
had been hu . lnv lmwi M tjin
ong years which had passed since wo
last met. As my passionate words fell
mi lull' ear n. ftilnl e,,u,,,l. ,: . . i .,
I ;T 7 '""-""I. iingeii ino
I JjroUjvlte .facii. A))) I H'iy
only too clearly by the difVerence that
existed between her great loveliness
and my poor, maimed body, how fool
ish 1 win even to dare to hope, and yet
I kept mi. ,
Then bowing my head, I awaited my
answer. It cimo not in words. Soft,
round in iih clasped my iieck- a tender,
tear-wet lace pressed itself to mine;
there close by my side, with eyes whose
joyful light gleamed through a mist of
tears, was Vera.
"Austin, lake me," she whispered,
"I am voiirs. Undine has found her
So she had heard me say that! Well.
I tell her later, my offense is cancelled,
for I, too, overboard a remark never
meant for my ears a remark which
was the means of forcing me to keep si
lence then and ever since until now.
Was ever a man so blest as I ? As I
picture the future my love-lit home
and the beautiful companion. who is to
be its guardian angel, a sense of thank
fulness rises in me too deep for words;
for surely, this side of the heavenly
shore, (iod can give toman no more
precious gift than that of a noble, lov
Salt Uiiixm tor seventeen years. Help
less for eight years. Unable to walk, (.lot
about on humls and knees. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. 'Cured by
Cuticiiiu Kcincdies. Will McDonald, S.Vl'J
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Sami ki, A. IIkwitt, Monteray,' Jlich
writes that Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil can
not be bent by any medicine for coughs
and colds, and for rheumatism, it works
like a charm. It has been thoroughly
tried in this place ami is in great demand
I'aul 0. Schuh, Agent.
'1 hey art1 Coming.
The Immense stock of Hoots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade are now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's and Hoys. Ladies and Chil
dren's Hoots and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and the llest Hand-made and hastcrn
(ioods ever offered to the Public. Having
purchased all my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public the Hencfit by selling them lower
ibr Cte-h than any other House. I invite
all to call on nie if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
C. Kik ii,
Hoot and Shoe Denier, No. !i0. Conimer
eiul Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets
A Mother Made Happy.
Mrs. Wilkilns of Klina, writes: In an
swer to your letter of enquiry I am glad to
say my child is (iiitc well again." Your
Spring lilossoni did wonders for him, his
kidney complaint is cured, the constant
bed wetting has ceased, ami he plays
around again as tisiiul, his appetite is good,
and pain entirely removed. I shall strong
ly recommend it. Prices: if'l., 50 cents,
and trial bottles 10 cts.
Cancki:. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Co or send to Dr. Kline, 0:1
Arch St., Phihub:, Pa.
Every man feels better when the posses
sor of a f ne picture, psrticulailv if its on
. I... I 1. ..! 1 1 1 .1.11.... ...
i ne oacK oj n uuiiurco noiiar note, mio
- ' , ........ Til
every man ice s ncner lauing .spring iio.--soni,
sure cure for Liver, Kidney and Hlad
der complaints. Prices: 1, oO cents,
and trial bottles 10 cents.
ouniSANCE NO. its.
An ordinHiici' in iiuu'iid h'cIkid Hi of chHjocr 0
licviKfil Orilinitice, llxinu tliu flru limit within
Il (minimally the city council of lliu cltv of
Ski t-ion 1. That unction : of chapter II nf Ifcvi
d nl in imccf i which llxeH thi'liru limit within
He' city! he niMcnilcd po as to liercH?r read a
follows. In wit:
Section 'VI. All that tmrt of tin' cltv emlirnced
within llic Inlliiwini; lilnrk". viz: niiH-kn him-, two.
three, four, five, six, hi vch, cibt. ninu, ten, eleven,
twelve, tliir cin. fniirtirn, fillem, hiMceli, peven
tec ii. el'.-hl". n, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one.
t wen I '!. twenty t hp e, t wentyfolir. twenty -live,
twenty ix. twenty hi ven, twentv ul!ht, Iwenty
nitip, thiity, thirty in. u. Ihlrtv-two, tlilrty-lhrue.
thirty lint', thirty-five, tliirtv-mx. thlrlv-ceveti,
thiitv-Hlnht. fori v fight, fort v-ufnf. fifty, til'tv otie,
llfiv two, tlfty-thp e. nnv-l'oiir, ttfty-tlve. ft't.v Hix.
II I'll pev.'ii, lll'ty i-UMit, m!v, Hixtv o'ne, nixty-foiir,
in the city nf Calm, ami tiioi kH one. sixteen, xev
enleen. eighteen, nineteen, twenty, fnrly-uinht.
fnrly tiltie, ilfly, in Kirn addition loiily: anil mi of
HaiIroad Mtlo niMition. and all of the hotel addi
tion to the city o (niro. nhull hereafter coin.oe
anil lie knnttti an the tire limits of Hald city. I'ro
vldi d thai permission to erect a wooden hulldlni!
within tho lire llmi'e tuny he framed ly a two
third vote of nil the ini in'liers of the city Cornell,
niilhoH.eil liv law tohe en rted, upon a written ap
plication of the. pinty ili firing to erect, "Hell 'vooil-
n liiillilin, ncconipiihii a y plans and snrriflcK-
Approved. April 'Jlft, A I) IsSI
V II. 'I IIISTHKWOOD. Mnvor
Attkst:- I). .1. Foley, City Clerk.
OIIDINANCK NO. lit.
An ordinance flxliiu' the compensation (,f the cltv
attorney and deilnin.' his duties; ami relating tii
the duties of Hie corporal Ifal) counsel,
lie il ordained liy the city council of the city
Kkition 1. The city attorney shalj herciftcr he
allowed and paid Iwenly mt centum of all linos and
penalties i.ctiinlly r.olln feil in money, In all suits
for violation or ordinance in which he, actually
appeals on tiehnil of the city; which ssld per
centum shall he In full for all services rendered ly
hi in for or ' n account of the cliy .
hi:i rios U. It shall lie the duty of the city ntl'.r
m y to coinnience and prosi cute, all sill s for viola
Hon ol the or Unnnciis, hefori: any police infieris
trnti1 or Justice oftlie pciKo. No persot: shall he
elildhle to the olllce of city attorney or lie i milled
to receive the pc centum aMive provided lor, un
less he shall lie a duly licensed attorney.
HmuiiN a. That section S, chapter 2. Ifuvised
Ordinances he and the same is hereby repealed and
lliu diilies therein reiinred to he performed liy the
city attorney, are (except as In section of this or
dinance provided) hereby Imposed on tho corpora
Approved, April J1. A. 1) ISsl.
N H THISTLE WOOD, Mayor.
Aitkst-I). J. I'ol.KY, City Clerk.
A STYLISH OUTFIT!
The Hacixk IIaijxkss.
It is the best harness made Tor the money. It Is
not stuiieil with paper nor any spoti.'v lull'. Nad
illcs ol same, all our own rnnkc unil will not null the
horse. The entire harness made nl 'jrnml No. 1
Leather, hlyllsh and diualily made. Case loops
un Ilrlilles and Hrenst t'ullnrs.
Sent C. O. I). Subject to Inspection,
Sinu'e Harness, lllnck Trlniininirs ,,f : on
(.'. Plate TrtiiimlnuH ,,. . I I on
Nickel Trlminliuts 15 00
" " linn Ton or lllm k Oold Lined
Trimmings. - . in on
Pontile " lllnck Triiiiiilluu , 'X (Ml
" 1 ton Ton. .Nickel or Oold
Lined TrlmniliiiM 30 (
When ordering, mention the kind of trlmmluu
yo wanl. also, whether side or over check, black
or russet hand i leees for inlns; also whether trocu
liiieUlcs aro wauled on breast collar. Ilamo nr
llreast Collar (mulshed with double karness M
"'"ri d. Address A. LOHDKI.L, .
Liberal Discounts for Liberal Orderi, amt Vlllbs.
ror reference ec editor of this paper.
fell TRADB K
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Otut,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Nn Preprtrntlnn on earth eipinls St. J.imns On. as
ft ', mt re, Hhnitr anil rltvttp Kxternal HeLuedy,
A tnal entails Inn the coniparalively trilliiu,' outlay
of 50 enls. Kiid e very; one Milierinir w ith paiu
can have cheap and jswitive proof of lis claims.
lilreetions !u Kleven Lftiiifiiancs.
SOLD BY ALL TRUOOISTS AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGELER Sc CO.,
lUtltimore Mil., V. A. M
ST. JA CODS OIL, soM I.y HAUCLAT
N I'. W A 1 1 V E UT I S E M K N TS .
.ngm II0TTS I'ATKXT
' jit' is made with Two lie" s of Hones.
4$. pliu nl one upon tnc oilier, on tarn
& J-iilc. uniin: 11 double Mr ntli and
-eiS'idai't icily, and will pos.tive'y tiol
br. nk ilnwn on the sides.
Sent bv mall ou re eipt of l VI.ri
KIK1.H, I.LITKH Jt tti ( hitauo, f.l.
SI'LKX HI II ( liiiMi- for (icneriil Store lil'Sl.V KSS.
iitlicr int reft- ri'iiiirlnL' my aliciitinn, I mi'eriit
a Ilar'nin a small slm-k of ll.udw :e e. A . wild a
lnrne two-story slorc-lionse, with Jileasant dwell
Int.' above; also, my II room dwu lip),' ou adjoining
blink, with clo-ei'alid pojclie-: also. won t. Ice,
smoke, cellar, and other outturn,.; on ample
L'.-oun.i-. well set tritli fruit, iind all in A 1 order
Could take so;iei Wertcrn land In Hie trade; or. if
pn ler ed, will n'nl lor a term, siih.'pTt lo sale, ylv
Iiil' renter the refusal. For panicilar nddres ut.-
deoiiicil at New lliirlin, 111.
.1. II. II MTV.
The Manny Bauer Mf'g Co.
D 1. -Li W U 13, Atxur.
HortU'titftl and TriiMl Caii
Mills, Coka lTtrmtor ln-
bull kUj iUlm, Wi-
Hwd of Tatj Amhf and
S&rly Orange fluar Cue,
I'lum ou ru, u) uul, $li larger tjuDt(tl. by tvight or
eii'rtti, 30r. per lb. Kfw tKk, fully dribin Vtrttuia,
tv-ll, PUntlof, CultirtU"0, Maobiot-r; mu-l Uaaufaour
tret, bj mail.
CATHOLIC WW vt e.,od
lisiiie-s dl-piiiiiou and
sti-mlv liubit. Miihi travel
short distances in section in which be resli'es.
Apply, with refer ni'cs. to ItKN.l'.KII lildrill-
r: K. :l l iironiiw ny, ?cw joik.
Wtlliwr' ATtill I'l'rn Teleraphv: Karn $ln
I UlllliL JltH t ino a tnoiith. (Jnuluates
L'liarantecd pnyiiiL' ollices. Address Vulvnlluo
llri'S., JanesviKe. tt is,
r A Y KAK nnd expenses tit
b:;c!i!s. (luttit free Addre-s, 1'.
' O. V1CKLHV. Antiiista. Maine
Of ()(t a year to agents, and expenses. '' (iiitilt
0''' free. Addn-s F. Swain Jt Co..AuUHttt,.Mo
Voiirseves by innklnt; mon
ey when a tro'lden chance is
oil', red. thereby alwayn
keepinu poverly from yniir
" door. 'J'l oe who always
take ailvniita'.'e of the pood
chances for mnkltiL' money that are oil red. general
ly become w enl thy. w hile those who do l ot Im
prove curb, chances remain in poverly. We want
many men. women, Loys nd ejrls to do work for us
rinht in their own localities. The businers will
pay more tlo.n ten time ordinarv waecs. We
furnish nn expenetisive outlit ntiif nil that yon
Heed free. No one who Clifai'es talis to make
money rapidly. You (an devote your w hole time
lo the work, or only vour snare moment. cull
Information mid all that i tu-ded scei fn-e, d
Iress Mis SUN ,v CO., Portland. Maine.
IIkn.i. F. Chakion, Stouv li. Ladd
IIaliikht K. I'aink.
Lule Commissioner of PaU nis,
P A T E N T S
I'AINK, (iUAITON k LA 1)1),
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors of AmerlciiH and
112 FIFTH STKKKT,
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on receipt ol stamp for posture.
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mark and labels. Caveats. Asslirnnients, luier
fereucc., Appeals. Mulls for InlriiiKumenla, anil
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I'or all Holdit-r dl-ali!i d in I'. ,N, neiviee, and for
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Semi t ah '! cent claim." for Iditnk" and "ilrcular
ol liiloriiialniu to
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pori to tlieclty run m il the priei at uhich the l.itu
ia.dofl'ln porlluio. of hertrip of -. . , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1
wide, known a railroad urip. I;tv irij; le tw.-. n rour
leetilh Hlr.-et and St. Ch ,n. i-tre. I, Iihii'iI he nh.
diil repor' lotlic rlty roriicll at it re-ulnr ini etriiii
Marcli tnh. lv i w lii. h report n- up pro veil hv Ihe
city council al it regular lutein i. A pr;l Mh, ' lvM i.
Ilxint! the pricen on -aid lot-in. leilow-:
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rornlxly (lavs froin'lhedate hereof l '",rf J ., ,hS
mild loin alioveilei'c.rllieil al tlm hIU prlceH llxed
liy raid ciiiiiinsltee.
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ttwock in your own tow",; -
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rink Keailer, IT you "' ...i'iieni, m
which lieraona ofultlicr cn n.mkl!
pay all the llinu tlmv work, wrliu lor painruiiirN 10
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THE MILD POWIE
Huiniilireya' HoujooputLio BpticiticB
I'l-nnil fmin aniple expeilein e it it entire I
niie.'i i. hliniiie. rriiiiiin, i- iueieui. nu'l
lt.llil,le. lliev urn the only 1111 iluinea
imliil'ieil 111 pupiiliir UNi'.
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1. l ever", riiiiueniiin, 11111an1tnati1.ua, :n
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. ni.en.r nl llie lleiul, rlpii,ill,ni. I.n
I'm' mill ny ill iikuIxIk, or Kini ny i,e I 'n.e,
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IICMI'IIUVS llOMKOI'ATUir MKIiI
(INKS, si till l.y HAKCLAY l!l!J,S.
Ir. S. Silsb : 3 s S stomal Pile Seaedy
(ilve inliiiilr. . f iiinha anlnfallihla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy Dnu'iri'trev. rywlierH, I'riee, ! fH'pi r l. t
prrpn. ley n, ml. Siiiuph '",t ti if lo I'll) Mi ne i
'id tllmirf. p ra.t.y I' N'. it-I n-.lt.-r A: I o, llox J.ii,
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Or how lorn Ntindinir.
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ti,l ,H'wl, l.', nl r certain I 1 pr.iuei. 'lt-i., t
py il. .troyinif mo f'uMii.'i of thu .i.m,..rti. Sit
lyno.'i-a or iir:ntrri i iiii. tkiu tu pr.uuei; otVr
rPiin r,,i iplirail'Tn.
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Dialled. h? r.ceipioi .ri-r.
For f her nru n'.:.- r.1 f-.r cirniUr
WecH. r fail rfrrl f .r i. cu : tliu will uut
W.h and iurv care.
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.wii iitiiic tn aitue'il" nu
S uiiiii.'iii".' nieiice. Ntaiiila
5yr pri.- inliieiitly tiniivaled.
S f. mill la iickliow IcdKClj
ninlinriiy un ( iincer nnd
-rn ain.lte.l. 1 lie newt et
traordiiiiiryriiiva hy Im
c ' t'd'at C hemlrill I'llntrT
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S linvint of Cnncera nr
CI a 'I iiiiinm. Korpartleulnra,
Oi? win! fur free lri'!itlwor
"Jv'"11 "" K1.1NK, Kit
kacuVAn-UKt..! ljiia.l. a.luu.l'a.
To Nervoiia Siillercra -llie dreal Kiirn'nri Itep'-
eilv Hr. .1. II. SInil'ioira.siii'i'llli' Meillelne,
llr. . I II. sliiinaoti'N niiecllle Medicine In a iiiiK,.
live cure for Spernialorrliea, linjinteiicy, eakm m
mid all iIIhi iini-h reculllntr from fvulT-AtiiiHc. iih Ner
vou llehllliv, Irrllalilllly, Meiilal Anvleiy, I.uununr,
.na tin e. Ileiireci'lon III pirna null nun tlniial lie
rant;eiiieiil ol the Nervoiia hviciu r'otiernll v I'altia
in Hack or hide, .oa of Memory. I'reiuuture Old
Au'e and iMHenHi a
thai h ad lo ( on
nn nipt ion Irmaiil
ty and an early
u'rave, or liolli.
ayateni may he
fniin excunKra of
No matter now
any kind, a hihiii
coiirau ol Ihla medicine will reinrc lliu I.'i-I Iiiiic-
llona ami inoi ure lu itllh and liappliii'. neru lie.
fore waa ili'Hpiuideiicy and irlooin 'Un.' Nperlilc
Meillclnu la heltii; unil wttli woiiderliil inc.
raintihlela iiont free to all. wilo lor tliem unit
itct lull partlculaii.,
I'riee, Siiecllle. l.nilier packaee. or 'It niiph.
atien lor .'.ill'. III lie nelit hy mall on receipt ol
inoliey. Addreaa all nrdera,
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,1 . II. rM.Vll "HI r lll'.IPIl Ill,,
Noa. HH and HHJ Main HI., lliillalo. N. V,
. . Uiiiniaeni iren to inline vvlin wlHh to en
Ll L-v r"1-'" 1,1 ,IM I'lcHfant and prolllalilo
k L iniialneaa kniivvn, Jivervllilii new.
0 ril'itpllal nut reiiilri'd. c will fiiriilNli
w evervthltiif. tin a day mid upward Ik yet.
II ciihIIv init'le vvlihoiii ainvlini huiiv rr,..
nonio over nli-lil, No rlak whntever. Many new
work-rnwimleil at nnco, Many aro tnalilinr fnrt-
lltlllH 1 I III llllallleNH. I.mllea niuki, na ,,,,,.l, ...
men, ind vunnu buya und i-liln miiKe ureal pay. K
ouuwlii) IhwIIIIiii pi W(,rk fall" to iniike niuru
money every day than ran hu itindc In avveek at any
'"li'T employment. 'J'hono w ho I'lipi; ai m0
will find a ahort road to fortmie. Adiln.a. ti
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