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LIZ OP Til 12 PIXI2S.
Xht, ntul a wild storm coming.
The wind howled. dismally nmonj tho
Canadian pines, making them groan
nnd betid ti.cir stately heads, as if they
whispered ominously; tho sky was
black, without a siuglo star, and a
heavy, drenching rain was falliug
1 stood at tho open door of tho rude,
tumble-down shanty which Liz "Liz
of the l'lnes," I called her had ap
p.iiir.ed as our plaeo of rendezvous;
mi 1 as I watched tho threatening ns
i,rt of the niht, my mind caught
M'n:H!iiii of it's loom.
And that was quito unnecessary. I
was unsettled, nnd dissatisfied, and
niii!'ab'e enough without any such ox
t'.'iiKii inlliieiiee. Hero had I Ned
(!: :. v, a bachelor of leisure, and edu
cation, an 1 wealth, a man of thirty,
who oi:'ht to have been superior to
Mich isoiiseiisc hero had I come, steal
in.' through tho lonely pino woods long
attiT I was supposed to bo asleep, to
leop an extremely rL-ky appointment
with, an ijimranr, half-wild beautiful
creature, who bore among her relatives
and f-itniliar a-oeiates tho elegant ap
pellation of ' Daekwoods Liz."
As I wait' d and particularly ns I
."HMMlatod ujm tho possibility of her
n',:.l.i:i: a still more egregious fool of
n: i'V n it coming at all, I alternately
curv'd tin1 f"iuinine whim and love of
power wiiicn had induced her to sum
mon me hither, and my own mad, fool
ish ii.f:;tua:lon for her beauty which
Lad compelled me, ns it were, to obey.
Her beauty! While waiting for her
living, bre:.th';ng presence to gladden
my bodily eyes I conjured before my
liit ntal vii-ion a fair picture of her
matchless charms. Matchless? Yes.
Nature unaided had dono her best, and
l.iz was altogether beautiful.
I despair of describing her. Tho
slight, lithe, graceful, exquisitely
rounded figure, w hose every movement
nnJ attitude was full of unconscious
and unstudied grace. Tho darkly bril
liant and expressive face, sun-kissed
to o; -st r )so or vivid crimson on the
!ip :.nd cheeks; the large grey eyes,
with tlcir long ehnn lashes; and tho
wealth of splendid hair these wero
Lut phv.-lo ii charms. 1 knew that tho
fair e i-art he.d a worthy gem, that
t..e 1 r..nt girl, who could not read
nor w;l.c, po.-.-.'.-i.'d a mind of more
ti.un coar.ii'.ii ii.icli.ei.-i.i; , and a puro
illl'l ioteii S Jill.
And 1 w:is in love wiiii her really
love w.tn a serious jKi.-sion that was
more than half made up of pain, and
which I experienced for the iirst time
in my life. It was a strange madness;
alternately I yielded to it or struggled
against it, well knowing that only mis
ery could come of it nil the time.
She had told me that. She was sim
ple and straightforward as truth itself,
and knew nothing of double-dealing.
"What use is love between you and
me?'' she said, sorrowfully. "I am
no mate for such as you."
Personally she iniirlil have maUd
with a king. Surely King Cophetuas
beggar-maid was never fairer. I'.nt
she liad relatives low -lived rulli ius of
the cuarsest mould. Could 1 ally my
selfmy family with them?
"And if you could and would, you
should not,' she said, resolutely.
"You must go for my sake and your
own go, and forget me!"
And I had promised to comply
man's love is so much moresellish than
woman's. Although in my anxiety
and pain I scarcely realized tho humil
iatinr fact, I know now that it was less
of her interest or happiness I thought
than of my own.
I had left Kuglaud somo three months
before this present stormy night, on a
hunting expedition in the wilds of Can
ada. An enthusiast in tho snort, no
woman, until I met "Liz of the Pines,"
had ever proved a rival to my gun.
Hut it was different now.
I started as the sound of her ligbt,
swift footsteps fell upon my car at
last; and as 1 drew her into tho for
saken hut, and touched her for a mom
ent as I took the dripping cloak from
her head and shoulders, my pulses
thrilled with a sweet, half-delirious
ioy, and tho heretofore gloomy, deso
late place seemed changed to an earth
Sho was trembling, and very pale.
Sho had kept mo at a terrible distance
always, this backwoods beauty, who
now hiimmoned mo to a rendezvous at
night; but when I saw her shaking so
that sho seemed likely to fall, I sud
denly threw my anus around her.
What was my surpriso when, instead
of gravely repulsing me, sho clung al
most convulsively to mo for an in
stant, and burst into a passion of tears.
For a moment only. Almost immed
iately she had recovered her self-eon'1
trol, and drew a little away from mo,
though not quito out of mv arms, look
ing up earnestly into my face.
Tvo como at the risk of my lifu,"
she whispered, "to warn vou that
yours is in danger."
We were standing in the doorway of
tho hut. The rain had ceased, and tho
wind had lulled, and a pale sickly
moon stolo out timidly. P.y its faint
light I could see the sweet, pale face,
and tlia gray eyes, fud of love and fear,
uplifted to my own. .Suddenly, and
before she knew, 1 stopped and kissed
her for tho first lime. She sprang
away with a faint, low cry; but 1 Hung
pride and prudence to tho winds at tho
touch of those velvet lips.
"Jleavcu bless the danger that
brings you to my side!" I cried. "Oh,
Liz sweet Liz! I love you!"
Sho stood ut a little distance, watch
ing tnfl with startloil eyes, as if uncer
tufa whether to stay or Uy. Her inde
cision was very brief, however.
T kuow," she said, putting up her
hand with a doprecating gesturo, as if
THf DAILY UAIli" BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKNiNu AUGUST
to kcop me oil "I know you do. And
I, too uo, don't touch mo, please if
1 didn't care for you more than all tho
world, should I be hero to-night?"
Oh. Liz! but it was hard to hear you
say thoso words and yet stand quiet
.My couin caiuo homo to-day," sho
went on, hurriedly; "the man I have
told you of. What do I know if ho's
my cousin or not? What do I know
wiioso child I am? But that's no mat
ter. Ail of you gonlhi and simple
call me a beaut v; and dim swears that
I shall be his wife."
A quick shudder ran visibly through
all lo r frame as sho spoke those words;
nnd I tittered a cry of rage.
"lie's heard of you." sho added,
quickly. "Father's" been telling him
you fail "ii'd me, and they sat this oven-
in ' uii.'iKiii nun piouing logoiner, ana
though 1 couldn't hear half they said,
I know your life's not safe." Here, in
her anxiety for me, sho forgot tho
stolen kiss, and eiiino and stood besido
me, placing in her earnestness, ouo
hand upon ruy arm. "And father's got
1 started in surprise. Tho gun sho
spoke of was a valuable one that had
mysteriously disappeared from my
tent. I knew it had been stolen, but I
certainly had not suspected old lien
Allen, wlio had specially busied him
self in trying to discover tlie thief.
He has, iias lie?" 1 cried. "The
infernal old hypocrilo and scoundrel!
lu't mind mo (.peaking so of lien, ray
dariimr. I don't believe he's any more
your father than I am! And so it was
he who stole my gun!"
The earnest hand was still upon my
arm, and tho pale, sweet face upturned.
"1 a-k you to forgive him for my
sake," she said, "and not stay to try
to get it back ngiiin. Your lifo'.s not
sate between them. Tatlier is owing
Jim money, and 1 was to bo taken for
the debt. " When I said I wouldn't
marry him they laid the blame on you,
and swore to shoot mo if I spoke to you
again, lint it's you they'll bhoot oh,
niv dear! my dear! Ttie bullet that
kills mv heart will pass through vours
In her agitation she betrayed her
feelings as she had never dono before.
1 eaugut her in my arms:
"And if I should go will you let them
force you to marry him?'' I cried.
"Nay!" she answered, lirmly, with
her beautiful, serious eyes lixed full on
mine. "J'iiey could never fTrco nie.
Seo here!" She placed her little hand
in me. "I'm no wife for you, but I love
you, dear, an 1 for your sake I'll go
single to my grave."
The moon had risen higher now and
her light made ail things visible.
Scarcely had tho words left Lizzie's
lips, v. h'-n with a cry of rago a m m
sprang tnr.u among ttio pines, and
made r.s if t' seize her. Instinctively,
as I recogr.iz ;d lV.-n, I flung her round
bey ond his reach, and placed myself
bciore her. Thai movement saved my
For, on tiio instant, the report of a
gun was heard, and old Ben Allen,
with one agonized cry, fell dead before
us; while Liz, with a wild scream of
horror, dropped on her knees besido
I stood, for one brief second, be
wildered, horror-stricken, then darted
away in tho direction whenco the shot
had been tired. The crashing of tho
under brush, as under the feet of some
one in full llight, guided me. In
among the pines I picked up a gun,
whoso warm and still smoking barrel
showed that it had been tho murderer's
weapon, but I found not him who had
iii'ed it, So, alter a hasty, fruitless
search, 1 returned to tho scene of
death, where I found, despite the lone
ly soot and lateness of tho hour, a
crowd had already collected rough,
uncouth fellows; wood-cutters and
charcoal-burners, and tho like; all
sworn friends and comrades of the
Aliens, and natural enemies of all men
richer than themselves. They received
me with a howl of loathing.
"Hero's tho murderer. Seizj liiiu,
boys! The gun is in his hand." It was
Jim who spoke, Lizzie's reputed cous
in. 1 looked around for her, but sho
I was M :z ed, of course, without be
ing ailowc I to say a word, and hustled
to tin' neighboring town a rough, wild
place, at ue-t, but I was triad to el
there, for I hat was
that led to it, with
a rough, wild rido
such rudo escort,
anion the piiie-.
I iiad laughed contemptuously to
myself, at Iirst, over tlie accusation
made agi.iiist me. 1 knew Liz could
prove my innocence with a word. But
tlie matter began to look far more ser
ious when 1 learned that the girl could
not be found.
J. in Alien, the foul traitor, swore
that he had seen nie lire, and that Liz
was nowhere near us at the lime, and
a score ot vindictive voices cried out
that 1 had coma from among the pino
trees with tho gun still in my hand,
and that the gun was mine!
It was so, indeed the weapon that I
nail lost, anu that now appeared in
fatal evidence against inc.
Liz could have saved me, but Liz
was gone; and greater than mv anxiety
over my own possible fate was the tor
turing fear of what might have befallen
J hey proved that I had loved tho
backwoods beauty. They dared to ca
a slur on the fair fame of tho girl
loved pure as the proudest ladv iu the
laud she was! in ordor to show that
thore was angry blood between me and
her father. I rose in my place to bear
witness to her purity.
"You vile slanderer!'' I cried to Jim
Allen, "if ever I leave this accursed
place, and find her, Liz of the Pines
shall be my wife!"
He looked at mo with au evil scowl
"You will never leave this place
anve! lie said.
1 began to tli i ii k that he spoke the
truth. The bitteri.ess, tho haste, the
prejudice, which they brought to bear
upon my trial, left me no room for hope
oi justice. iiie circumstantial evi
ueneu was terrible, and a verdict of
guilty seemed almost a foregone con
clusionwhen suddenly there sta"-
gereil into the court-room a pale, worn,
naggaru woman, who fell with
moan of anguish-prone at iho judge's
No on knew her. An ollieer cam
lorwaru lo take the wretched. r:i""-ed
creature away. Then, ns lie lifted the
senseless form, tho head fell back :i
uiiserahlo bonnet dropped from it-
down tumbled a mass of magnificent,
buig. black hair, and in an instant wo
r 'cogn ze I -lying apparently dead be
fiire'us L:z of the Pines!
All was immediate confusion. I don't
know how 1 L'ot to her. but 1 did, and
had her in my arms, and never know
that Jim Allen had aimed a pistol at
me until I saw him struggling and in
It was all over directly. Sho re
vived and proved my innocence and
Jim's guilt told of the plot against
my life, Hen Allen's theft of the gun,
and that Jim had borrowed it. It ap
peared that she had seen him lire tho
fatal shot, and that when I darted
away, and she fell fainting with horror,
ho had returned, and lifting her in his
arms, secured her in a hut near by un
til tho crowd had removed me.
And then he had carried her further
away, and beaten and starved her in
his desire to force her into marriage
more than ever desirable now, consid
ering what sho knew against him un
til reduced to sickness and almost
death by sulfering, sho had mado good
her escape at last, and arrived iu time
to save her faithful lover her husband
before that eveuing's sun had set. Tho
judge who had been so near to con
demning me to death married us
poor, ami sick, and ragged as sho was
iu that very hour. Who but I should
nurse, and comfort, and console her for
all tho pain and sorrow that my lovo
And lovo brought only happiness
henceforth to both of us. I took my
backwoods bride to llngland, and sho
became my pupil iu more than lovo
au apt pupil, of whom her teacher
may well be proud. My fair, sweet
wife! No statelier, lovelier lady adorns
society to-day, nor none more univer
sally admired; and yet, in all save
ignorance and sorrow, she is tho same
sweet "Liz"' who stolo into my heart
unawares among the Pines.
On the Advertising Power of a Gooil
An editorial under the above titlo in
the July Century closes as follows:
"For years we have watched tho
workings of this system of patronage
of advertisement by means of good
names here in the city of New York;
and we must say that wo havo seen
great harm come from it, in many di
rections. The persons aro not as
numerous as they should be who reso
lutely refuse tho use of their names to
every movement, to every institution,
to every committee, to every board of
management, to which they are unablo
to give tho necessary time and atten
tion, or in wdiose affairs they aro not
competent to deal w ith full intelligence
and with fitness of tasto and educa
tion. We say that such scrupulosity
seems to bo exceptional in New York,
and yet events are constantly occur
ring to show tho danger, even the im
morality, of allowing tho use of one's
name wiiere one's care and attention
do not follow.
'We havo barely alluded above to
the reprehensible course which somo
pursue of using their own good name3
us an investment, for profit, in con
nection with financial corporations, or
shemes of various sorts, which they do
uot in reality control. Of the impro
priety of such action there can bo no
question. Recent events havo mado
the danger and wrong of such an act
lamentably conspicuous, and wo do
not need to dwell upon this phase of
the subject. What we wish to do now
is to call especial attention to the looso
manner in which good names aro con
stantly being used by way of advertise
ment, iu charitable, social, education
al, and other praiseworthy lines. Wo
ask our readers if they cannot each re
call some instance where the public
has been misled, or where honored
reputations have sutlcred? The fact is
that, when any scheme or institution,
however proper or even virtuous its ob
jects, wants from any respectable per
son, 'nothing but his name,' his name
is tlie very thing he should stoutly re
fuse to give."
Louis (iordon, of Patehogue, con
ceived the idea of Hying a kite with u
duplicate string, io which he attached
several baited lishhooks and a sinker.
Ho raised the kite over the water at
tho seashore, keeping the strings sep
arated until the kite had attained a
considerable altitude. Then h,. threw
out as fair as possible one of the striii"s
with tho hooks attached. The line
lifter sinking so ns to be drawn taut!
answered ever purpose of a ,j,.(.p
lino, and the ingenious ii-heniian .soon
had a sixteen-pound cod and another
of smaller size.
EI) I 'CATION A I,.
ST. CLARA ACADEMY
li mikifiiifli'.ertly c'timti'il in i)ip imiithcrn part of
Vicouniii. Pupil arrivinv m Jjo btirpi.-, Ku-t )U.
1)1hju or liuli nii, lil . muy i,;icihc,i,e At-nili-my
for nnv: unct. Kor tiiriher fiirt!niKrs npply fur
im.. iuV... . i - l,.l I. 1 .M. a Dr. 11 ,
SinfinuiiH M. mud, i,mi c0 yjH.
ST. IlF.fi I NA ACADEMY, KIXJRWOOP.
th niHirniltri-iit eifi oi u linv. Wi-hlinrii v.fll.
fon, W ih., ik a brimcli of 1ST. . e litrn c ami hiIith due
vuiu nummi tuivaiiiui'p . V:y)-.'in
CIIKSTKH '.'.pi ysar opens S.'Mirnber 10.
i-.iiinarv i-onnre with I niversity Pollers Deiiart
in. ins i,. i in i.nirimer in-. Chemistry (lassie
nnd I nu'lish. ( In u'ari c f ( apt . W p H-ltldiiy
nmlN. It. Thist lewoml. mill i,r n '
clay, Charles (.allieh. r ,1 K. ' Cunhln'uha'm.'of
my, "mi i-' 'i. I Jii-.u. )l i A I I , Pietjideiit
Col. THEO. HYATT.
President of the Pennsylvania Milliary Arademy
will he at the Hull ilur lious- in Cairo l.ri,l,.
Autrut Hili, t In o'clock A. M.. ainl win i.u i
to eu patrons of the Academy ur otm rs, on olllcial
liiu ir roiia i.l.uier I
I famous f.,r its qui. k
ami In-arty 'tli.u In
eurinir l.amo llai'k.
i Kle iini.iliHii. fV lnlieji.
Frlrk In thr IliU'k, Bide or llln, N' uraieia, HtiiT Jonils
nil Muselrs, Boni Clie.-t, KiUiuy Trotioh-i, anil all pain
or aeacaeiiner loeaioruei'imeao u. n n.ioineit.Mri.ntti.
rniiaml Stimulates the isirts, 'I im tiilum of hoi rum
tiined with irunm-i'li an nml ri'iuly to apply. Hii.inr to
liniments, lotion uiiii lalvim. i'rieu ttr cunt or 6 for
tl.im. Bold liy itnur
ist nil country
Horn. Mulled on re
ceipt of prtie. fop
I'lancr Cimpunt. I'ro-
pnetnrs, Huston, Mass.
-ff-r 'o t:x' r-H '
ItTTheheut faniily pill nuvbi Haul, y HtmiMi h mill
I.lwrlHI. Vf. l'lea-ant In nHh iiaTol enT to tnlts.
Infantile Wood Tiiriiiers and
Skin Beauli tiers.
Positive Cine for Every Form of Skin
and liluo 1 Piseases, from Pimple
ISl-'AVril.K nnd lUrtli Humor, Milk ('runt,
brolli'il Hi'iii'. Kivi'innH, mid every form of lirli
inn Si'itlv, 11 m ply, S'-rofuloiiM anil Inherited Di!-eal-e
of tlio ItUod, Sk'n, nnd Seulp, with locmif
Ilalr from Infamy to Ap'. cured by the C i ticcha
IJKrtoi est. the nw l'l.'"l 1'urniiT. internally, and
C'l'Tii i ha ainl ! TUTU Su.M', the great ekiu curen.
ext'-maliy Abnolutely pure and oafiMind may be
ii'ied from tli moment or birlli.
"ul'K LITTLE LOV."
Mr and Mf!l Kverett StetiMiio, lleli-hertnwn,
Man" ritif: "Our litUe hoy wan terribly Bill ict
id wi'li Si refutii. Salt lilieuin and H ryslpelaa ever
Btnco t t! wan burn, and nuthir we could nive
him helped him until we tried tho f'utleura ltuine
dies, whi' ti urailiinlly cured hun, tltitll ho U low ua
fair as any child."
"WORKS TO A C1IAUM."
J S We ki". Ei"q.. Tewn Treasurer. St. AitmnH,
Vt ' 7a in a letter dated My S: "It work to H
charm en mv l.abv' fuce and head, i ur"d t.'.e
he'id eutirelvl aLil ha nearly cleaiiM-d the (v e of
ore I have recommended it to i-cverii!, and l'r.
1'lai t l.u n!ereil It for them."
"A TLTtnillLE CASH."
ChurU" '"iiyre Iliiikle. )erey Pity Height. N. .1 ,
a.,ii,. .' f h in. n Kin oi ieive ynvt, con
('uticiira'iiemeilie'. from the top of hi" head to
ot a lerri I'll) i:a-e in i:
zemft hi' the
the mle-ol Hi n i l inn" in "
, rv other leuieily and iliylc!iiu had heeu trkd
FOll PALE, LANGUID,
EniM't Ui'il children, with pimply, aa'iow skin, the
I'ur.i'iira llemeilli'S will pr-ve a perfect bleinu,
eh a'i.ii'L' the l l.ieil Riid kiu ol iuheilted im
purl'tic' and vpelliiiK the (,'ern of niTol'u'.a, rheu
matism, cui.mmptlon fti:d severe skin dlseise.
Sold hv sill drue.-ist. l'rice: ('CUci It . .VI ds i
ItTSOl HIS i, i SOAI'i iVt. l'l'ITI-ll lll.ll. AM)
C'ni'M.i L t o . Ho'toii, Muss.
lor "Huh to Cure kui liisenses."
JjT 1 p'Tluui' d sain I'.eautilter, and Toil
et, llaih i.d Nursery Suralive
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(Vmiilt'tc Treatment with In
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a L e l uk, tor i i;e imineii'.aie renei
ofl'atiirrh, from tt shnpl e'old in
ti!.1 Head to loss of snu'ii, Taslu and
Hi. inn;', foiiuh and tutarrhul
I'iK.suiiiptioii. Complc'e treat
ment, coiisistir ir of one bottle- Had
u al ( lire, one box Catarrhal Solv
. t,t, nnd one. Improved Inhaler, ia
o- c package, uiav now he had of
ill lrti...L"sts for $1. Ask fur SAN
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hsiili!!e "peril!'' we know of." Mod .
bet we have found in a lifetime of
- le v. l'r. Wit'sin. lio'tiiii. -'At:er a
i..iist a'.'irrli. the liAiiii Ai. CeuK has
' Hiv. .S, W. Monroe, Leislitni;h,
J'a "I haven.. found a cie tbat it did nt re
lieve at or.ee."- Amir w l.ee, AWt. ie.-t-r, Mass.
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ol any proposed l!ne ot Ah Mil IINt, in Amer
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Honest OM AU'.
Abraham Lincoln ha- a stron tiark. (ithers
mill by usitia liehsoii's i'upcine Porous Plasters.
UTCV I'C of the late war who wore re-
wli XVyiJllO fune.i teiv for thef.i'iu between
date of commission and ollldal muster, will lind it
to their iii!t'iet to i i iiimiiuli ate prornptlv and
ith pa'tii uliir-. with M. N Kl I.I. A 111 Id H, At
torneys and So.lr'tors. Iirawer I'.T. Washiuu'ton.
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BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality, Nervous and Physical De
bility. I'rmnaturu Decline in Man, Krror ol
Youth, and untold miseries reultini from iiidl
cretiou or cxcese A lioo for every man, roiinit.
iniddlu-U.ed and old. Itcontaiii l prescription
or all ucute and rnrouic uisease, each ono oi
which i luvftluabte. So found by the Author,
whose experience lor years i such as probably
never befere fell to the lot of any physician. WHI
juiu'es, tiound in beautiful rrench muslin, einbo
sed covers, t'll ("lit, u'uiirante' d to be a finer work
in every sense mechanical, literary nnd prole
slot.al than nnv other woik sold In this country
for ii.'A). oi the in iney will lie refunded in every
instance, l'rlco only 81. 'M liv mail, pom-paid.
Illustrative am le li cents. Send now. (iold
medal awarded Ihe author hv the Natio' ft! Medical
Asioctatlon, to the ollieer ol 'which hcrcler.
'I'lii book should bo read hy the younn lor In
struction, and by the alllictcd for ridiel It will
henellt all. London Laurel.
Them I no member nl society lo whom this
book will not hit uerul, whether youth, pan ul
(ii ii nil mi, instructor or clru man. Arirrtiiiint .
Addles" the Peabody Medical lustitule, or I)r
W. H. Parker, No. 1 Iiulllnc.li Street. I! iston.
Ma., who may lie consulted on all ill' ase rn
iinlrinn; UII1 and experience. Ch'onlc and ob-li-nate
dlsea"i that have bnllled I T If A I the
.1111 ol all o'her nhvs!clan a JllilVlj SI"'-
claltv. Stichtr.ated sue- MM I VQI I If"
ceaslnllv without an Inst- 1 11 1 UlIil
tmceol fiiiliire. Mention this paper.
Kftatn or Ji'tTumnn M. ClHrk nn Tlmman M
Lofftt, tlfiu tiT ( lurk it Luvi M. (ItibhirH,
mi... Ihk.iIi. oiuoa ...,11.. tliut .r. 4T.f
on M. C'iiirk kit I ThumiiH S. Lovctt (flrni ol Clftrk
A Ij'ivntMnrCniro, In Uhj Cuiintv of Alt'xantU)-ttf.d
siuto of iilinol-. di'i on thu iiytb day of .Inly, A. I).
iu.n . ... ..ur. tit thii tiiii.APulitii.nl M.i a is t iinmi ul 1
tbolr pmiMTty. ri!Kl nml pi rmontil, for thu b)nfit nf
iPOir f rcUlion. Hi'.rurniim u i hi; jirnviniuno ui mv
ad rOUCVrniliK hfhiihh.-hi.-.
All per -on tt 1m villi,' clnfnifi naannt tli ( lark
a. v tt . kn.nliii i 1 ii. ienl uncli
lillVCll l live " tiiFiiinii ii n i'
rlalin uii't'T oath or l Oirnmdnn to um at Ca r,
III!.. 1- u. 111. In I I. OH ,.... h.. I...IH ikU llltn
llllll'li WHIIIII IIII" Ult'lUII" II'MII II1IW '"""Ii
Dated at Cairo, lll .thl .Inly Him, 1HH4.
UKOItdti HSllKIt, Atilunea
St.il.-Tll L' '
i 1 1
I i I i ' i l I I I lw l I'
V,' Ji I I IN ti (M)U(i II.
It i n h irin'i's iciri iuMs nviup, vciy .l.-li, imm (o
He lush, loin ,i s ill "in e ami Is u .o.' itl. i" cine.
W1KTFR mill BRONCHIAL CCUCM
lii"ciii'it l.y i xi elh lit lelie-ilv.
'i.r;C'.i.. o' t-1: !iU'i'"it r" '"'' 'i'iiiii n. f l4tle.
Al l, WKAKK f Till' I'I.ihiII. STOMACH,
In It.. ei- ii i i-l KMievs: for all ili-.im tmiiin.
Ill olr III llnl'tlll tin 'I it ol tlie hlooil US A llielll la, Mi'kC
IP Mil. ..'Ii. , S. II. moi-, I'. male We:ikl.iMS. 1.1. IT
I - l ' 1 1 ' i :i I Ii' , I o ,1 :, j : ,. I Ii-.-. I.ilii 11-lll-rH lllld
k I : I v In-'. . lies in. ill me i- al- ililt.-ly sure.
I lii- iiii-iIm nie .1... - iini ei nl.iin iiiiv liiilirnl. Is no-s-lim
ly rn.ii.il i. . n -i.ii-i Ihe i lo i to ii h. nliliy
i 'lel'tii.ti. ii I'lihiiin' h i ;ti.'t .-iij'i iyiui; 'le
nt, ienei.'s, mil pu i I'M uii, .i.i-.
i uc .'i'. ,i.. o a lt:t.ji:ijt .i iio'i'M; y firtj h-it'.t.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
I'Oa.l'.L.l UV I'. !e.UO'l'TS
I r i-aio bv
PAUL (J. SCUM 1 1,
Special Airts. in tliis i.'itv.
spVx& ids vsJdaM
ei7 St. Charles St. 1'. LOUIS, MO.
A. rasrulnr Oraduatn o. two medical
follei;. ha been lolit.'l el. k'-'lted ill the treat-juetti-of
C'hronio, Nervous, tSLin nml
Hloo.l LilM A-es tli.'in any other phy-lclan In
St. I.oult, in cltv p ipers ehuiv etui alf . hi resi
dent" know, t oiiMiitiulon .it nf.ee or bv mull,
free and Invited. A friendly tilk or lu opinion
Costs mull 1 UK. When It Is l'leol.veulellt to V Is It
the i Itv lor li eatuii lit, nu dlelne can be snt
bv uiallor riress cverywheie. ( urahle casei
iriiariiuteed : w lore douht tibt-P. i IrauUy
Hated. Call or Write,
Ncrrom Prom ration, BcMiity, WsnUI and
VhTilcal Weakness, flirruilal and other
affection of Throat, Sklmna Bnnc, ltlood
loipurltis and P.lond Poisoning, Kkln Aflsc-
tionn, Old Sore mil VlccM, Impsiilnisnt to
Marrlaire, Illipumatlim.JI'llM. P'jli' J
tent Ion ta cac from over-worked lrIn.
M'IKiU'.lf, CAif:S receive pedal t ter.tlon.
Disesse arlslmr from Imprndcncei Hirnw,
luduUences or Exposurei,
It 11 self-evident that a phviieliu f:;yln
ptrlleul.ir .uteiitloii to a ela-of n"'i attains
Kreat skill, and divslelan In regular pruetlcu
all over t he eountrv k no Inir tin-, fr.-o'eiitly
recouiuieu.l im-us to the ohle-t n:t! i e lo A uierl.
ca , where every known appll:iin e Is 'e.-orlei.'
to, and the provoi l inoil re m."l i'"' f nl
aife and countries are me., A whole t'Oii la
u ii fnriitr.ee pun and all are treat'-! I til
skill Iu a respectful manner; and, know.n
what to do. no experiment are mad". ' "
count of the jsn-at nuinleT applylni'. thu
charges are kept luw. oiten hnv.-r than is o'i
liiaieisd y other. If ion i cure the ski I t ml
eel a speedy and pi rl'ect life cure, that .
fu.port.int tuatter. PadiJ.Lltt, 34 1 ai;i.. b;lit
loaiiv ad'lie ire i.'.
puIt'es. !MARR1AGE GUIDt I pagls
K'.eu'int cloth and irl'.t blndlnit. fesled for M
cent. in po-t.ieor ciirreiicv, liver titty witi.
ii. -mil pen pn-t'.irsi. trim tolife, artb l. s on the
follow I n it suiiject: Who may marry 'f w ho u U
whv 'f Prop'-r aireto marrv. W ho marry tlr-',
M.n'ih.io-1, ouiaiiliood. Phy;c.il decay. W an
houid marrv. How lil and happiness may oe
Inrrea-eil. Those married or conteuiplati..
rourr) Intf slioiihi rejd it. Itouirht to I.e real
bv a. I adult persons, then kept under I'H k a.. 1
kl v, i'opu'ar edition, same as above, but rap-.T
cover and sn l.a,:ej, :j ceut l y mall, l mourv
85 S.C!urk St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rc-u'srt'rvl'iato. 7"The Oldest Specialist
in the Lint- I Mates, whoiu i.;n. i.o.m. lAi tliiiM i,
perfect ilelliod and pule inedii uei lll-ura feftlKI'V
and itmuMAr cnn of ail Private. Chronic and
.Serious Iii.i.se. Aiteco.ons of tlin Jtlood, kln,
Klilneys, Illadder, I iiiitl"". I leers. Old
Norea.ftvvelllni; of (lie . Intnl., Store Moitih,
Throat, (tone' I'alns, lernnriuuliy curud aud
eradicated Iroia thesjateiu lor lifu.
II LW I U U W .o.v .s,'.V xuil IK ruy. .Ucnfaf
i'i;sicaJ V(i7.lli J'niliinj Mmnrij,
If arc V.ij, .S'lmeil Jtvvuloim.i iit, Jinpiili
tnents to Marritt'j', vie., from exrrtsrs or any
can.tr, tprrililii, Kdf' liJ and priralilif Currd.
Younir, M Iiiille-Aircil and Old men, and ad
vi lio need Medical UI1I and e&prrli'iifr, consult
l)r. I'.at o at once, IPs opinion cu' tiothuiir. and may
save future mi. ery and idiiitno. When iueonviniimt
to viit inn coy for treatment, medicine can he sent
evervwhero bv mail er ei,ir. s lire from tihser.
vol ion. J" 1 1 HSclf-cv.dent tiiat a iiiivicidii Mini
piv.. Ins whole "eniioii to a c'.i-s of disea-es nt
tulns ureiit skill, and phj-icnin t iroiielioot tha
count rv, k no'.i it; . t hi, f re. ptetit I v recontiiie nd d .thi ult
ca ea to tho Oldest iie-liillt, by h m every
know n cooil remeilv is ucd. jr-lr. I.atn
Alee and l:ericiieo m ile Ins npiinon of au
pre me ltii...rn.ti.e. 1 hoo who call see tin
one hot the Doctor. I on"il!nt i'Uei I rns and aocrellly
CiinOdetillal. Cases wliich have failed in olitiiiniliK
relief elc Here. I'-Jiec tlly bole'lted. I eml DiS
eaes treated. Cub e ni. Hour, from II to 1 1
to ; sundnv. 1 to Vt. Ouiui: iu Utnuia
fcKNr t uFti. A'ldri.t. a above.
L HTS. and failure to perform lite'
A A tliillea tironerly are caiied hy
e.itv!-es. errors of yonlli, etc.,
will find n perfect and lastinit
pt.Mtnriitlnn to riilmst helllth
and vlirni" iimiihiiod in
THE MARSTuN Buuus,
iNeiltier Htotnncli liniirtfinu nor
in-triiment. Tins treat meat of
ervoo le 01 Illy and
i'li vle I Hera v is uniformly
snccesiful Itecauso IwimiI on pirtect rtiaBnusis,
new nml direct melhoila and sbnlnie ihor.
mutinies. Full Information aud Treatise free.
Jil.lres I onsiilt init I'hynicinn of
MARSTON REMEDYC0.,4G W.ldthSt., NewYork.
in i a favorite prweinmu ' V rf s.
- ... lit MM A At tb0
tnnat notwl aim sticcesaiui i '" "J." . .wi.T
(now reilced , for tlie cure of rvouJteMtU,
Addroil DR. WARD & CO., Uuiiiana. Ma.
(iK 'I HI'. Ill' MAN UHV i:M.Mil-lr 1 ' 'r
fffl.l. SI HI.N;-rHI-;Nr.l." T"--. .nf-n-titiif
nip.' run in ""t ' p
:ty llial, ihrrtt - n"
f i re f i
(i 1 1 1 r i fs-v wo i
riict! til hum-
ii ."I. lut'
(in I M
ii t ni i y, 1 In1 it'lvtTt isi'p ant
(1 iirrnii, uiav t
i tit- ail iittrl ii-iil.'ir s liy ml 1h--mHi(
ho. i;atstTTii llauc hi,, t uiimo ik
UWillifJ Infill, It mil tiiBllliiC M I'H-
Vle, Nt vutii, UUi utile thii b,HTll Qll
Inonai It!. Vm rilflirl. rtC. ('nD
mlutlrm tirntiHllvt or l Iftur ft"
lr. Kfnn I th only itiyalrUn lu thu
rttv thnt wrrtiticnrti or no my, 63ft
lilt. II. II. KANIt, nf tin U-oulnirr
IIiiiik, uowi.ni "is KkuifiIv wlirreLy
UtnlR SDil..naiiii.mi.iit.frnin mini.iu tnrilliiil mi.n,Ai..,S'1ilii.M
U. it. ka.ta, a, a., a.u., iuo tiuio u, a ui i nij.
,n y nt. ein run. blin.sir luilrklT aud tislnli...li'. ror leitinee
-V I , V
'layoi Tlmniuu VV. llallolav.
rreiser-r- Cha'li a V. N Ills.
ccrW I). nnla. J. Foley.
C.. litis, lot Win. II (4'lbert.
Msrhal-.Isni' a S Ueaideii.
tttornev William Hrcdrtr.ka,
Police Magistrate A. Comlnns.
uo Hi or auiaiinasj
."irsi Ward-Wi'i.Mcflale, llurrv Walker
-Kind Ward-t (. Woodwutd, C.N.lltiKhea
t'blril Ward John Wood, r.tfocrl binlth.
Fourth Ward C'tiarlea O. Patter. Samuel Orr,
"ifth Ward Chaa. Lancaal er. Henry Stout.
Circuit J iiilne- (I. d.liaker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
Counly .Indue J. H. Kohlnsoii.
Count) Clerk H.J. Ilumm.
County Attorucy-Annua Peek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Sheritf John HouVcs.
Coroner K. Flterala
Couiiiy C'oaimlsH'ouera T. W. Ha lid ty, J. II'
Mulcuhey and Peter Sauu
pAIKU BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Popla
V. streets; preaching every I Sun l.ty mo nlrijf and
uit'lit at usual hour. Pravi r ateet Iik Wednra
day nltiht ; buiiduy school, !;:)! : u.m
Kev. JNO. Jf. liDEX, Pastor.
pliriiCII OF T1IK KFUKKMKK-(Kplscopat
V. Fotirtei-Mh atnet; hun. lay 7:tio m jjj,y
CorLmuniou Ui::i . m., Moruint; Prayers II a iu
Sm day si hoo! 8 p. m Kvenlni: Prayen ti.ui
r. P l.-ai-eiiporl, S. T. Ii. Pi. i toi.
I.MIiyr MlsslONAHV IIAPTIHT CHVKOH -1'reail.it
at lOiiWa. n.., :j p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
si. bath school at 7:3n p. in uv. T. J. Shores
i t'Tii i:i.N-
'. . hirh 1 :-i a
.: ; ' . , a-t ji .
Thirteenth ,ucet; si-rvlcea hah
m .vii.l i) school 2 p m. rv.
Ill tJlS't'-Cor. Kiel, if and t uli.m t.....
SsSl.a'h ll-iii m. .od 7 .'in r. ,'r,'
ir'a, :.o..l at -l-o(, p ,. Itev. .1. A. iicarrett'.
; "".:-r.Ti:i:!AS -iiliihth meet; tircbU( oh
I .i!'h at 11:1 a. n. ami 7:) p. m.; nrayei
:e rtl'.L 'N eilr.esdav at 7 :if( p. m. ; buLdav Schisol
t 'i V . a. ilev li. . lieuue, ps.stor.
,;T. .l.'SKPli S ,!d 'nan Cathoilc) Corner t'rosa
"d '.Vili.ut streets ; Alasj every Sundav at
and 1h a. m ; Sunday s hool at I p. in , and Vesp
ersat.tp. m. M ss every tnoriili.K at -i a, ui. Kev
C. .Siveetii y, fastor.
v' PA'IPli K'S -(Itotii m CathoiioCorLer Ninth
' s'rect h'i '.Vashlrir'on tvsi.ne; Vase every
Sunday and -1 and lea in.: Sunday ,d m at'p.u).'
and es crs at .i p. m. i ass eve y mom Ii at i
p. m. Kev. . I. Murphy, pa-tor.
t ji :
A HE LINCOLN
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Orjjanizctl December, 18!i3, I'mler tLe
Law of 1KJJ-J.
ucc sor to Wldowi and Orphans Mutnal Aid So
cletv, organized Juiy 4th, ls77, uuder
the laws of lBTii.
,J"IIN II. KHP.INSOS.
... ice l'rtsldent
WM. ST PAT r N
J. A. (.iOLuSTINJi....
f. W. I) ONI Ml
50AI.I) OK DIHECTOKS vou Ut YKAH.
Wm. Stratton, Mritton 4 Ifird, tro".er, Cairo, III.,
J. A. (Oi (is tine, oflioldetltie A Iloseu water, w hole
sale and retail arv Kood; C, W. Duiinlni;, M. I).;
Pre". lid. .Med hi., for lenslotis; Albert Lewis.
commission merchant; J. II. Koldnson, county
ud ce and notary public; m. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance aent; K. II. baird. city
street supervisor; JI. Phillips, carpenter aud build
r; I nomas Lewis, attorney anu eccretarr; r.. v.
Pierce. attomev dt-law, DuQnoia 111. : K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Dans-. Ashltv.Ill ; Albert
ilayden. cashier of George ( onneily A Co., Spring-
Id. I 1 : 11. M Munn, attorncv-at law, lwi Ka.i-
dolph street, Chlcairo; lion. Kobt.A Hatcher, at-
torney-at-law, I harle-ton, .Mo ; li. Lel'itou
cashier First National Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
C J MtVU OUTOF ORDER.
iv inu t-jw fiy il; m
MrWHDME.dr.7irU IWh o
J 30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
I LU. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE BY
II. Stcagala & Co., Cairo. 111.
(n T1ionin'li.f rniriof TfrTniii DrhlTlly, nin
Kg U mm tul n( pliylcAl wctktivHH, lut niaiitiotiil.nur-
CLVUU Pro"r'ln t,,rt Oflll'limT-attoIlll,
.jxcoMicgoratiy t'us,curJ byNEItVITAi
fli n.im uttu Ui-t it Wil cur f-fry t tte mmu iue tuMiiil to
irit ifry rate pniniu uw iumuu w
nynifTr-rt-r trial prkAiri
ou rocflct of 13 rem idi I
MflliaKt,-I(?. I lit, A.U.UUK,
Anakcsis mtur, ami is
an infalliblt run for I'llen.
Price ft, at dmesrtatii, or
ssnl prepaid liy man. cample
Makers. Boi i!41.Newlrol t
r - i rii i
SP50 00 I'EK MONTH! (
to competent business tnitinuer for th'n city (or
Htatu) Airency. UIP( -KMHI.K COiPANY, bus
Iness p ucHcally a monopolv. rivilllng tho Teln
phore, 9M CA.ill l'K(.H IHKI) for II.OtK)
SAMPI.K Ol'TFlT STAPI.KdOOUS. Nolonds.
No Partlciiliira address, with reference.
21 East Hth St., New York City.