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Tho heavy crimson curtains nro
drawn, shnti'm?; out tlw dreary Ocfo
bcr darkiipss, tlio gas is lit, the firo
burns brightly in the polished mate
in Mrs. Francis May wood's cosy drc'is-inp-room,
as that lady nits before the
saUn-drnped toilct-tablo while the
quick, deft finders of a rosy-cbecked
maid pile up the soft dark hair into a
tiny pyramid of airy puffannd crimps.
"Make mo look my best, Mary," savs
Mary's graceful young mistress, gaily.
"1 expect to meet sonre great people
at Mrs. Danfcrth's to-night, ami I
want lo look as nice as possible. What
jewels shall I wear, pearls or diamonds
'Oh! diamonds by all means, ma'am;
pearls would not look half so well
with that lovely amber salin, and if
you'll allow me to put tho diamond
' arrow master gave you on your birth,
day, in your hair, you will look ust
"Very well; I'll wear tho dia.
Almost as she speaks a hasty knock
comes at the door, and without wait-in;;-
for permission ihe door opens, and
a gentleman enters.
"Why, Frank, you!" cries out Mrs.
Maywood In surprise, "and I declare,
alter nil my entreaties, nut yet dressed
lor the reception."
The intruder is a handsome man,
with an. aristocratic, high-bred faeo
and air, and is still young; but just
now there is a grave, somber expres
sion in his brown eyes as ho epeuks,
that utmost mars his beauty.
"I am not going to the reception,
"Not going -oh, Frank I"
"Wo must disappoint Mrs. Danfcrth
this evening," pursues Hie gentleman
gravely ; "we must remain at home.
Hosiland, do you know little Herbert
is od iously ill?"
. "111!" repeats Ko.se Maywood, pet
tishly. "Why, what nojismse you
talk, Frank! Herbert is well enough;
you only fancy because he's a liitlo
thihhed and cross, that ho is ill. You
cannot mean such a trifle as that shall
prevent our going to tho Danterths'
ball and reception, Franki"'
"1 do, indeed. 1 repeat, the child is
unwell, seriously unwell, and we can
not have him," responds the husband
coldly and decidedly.
"JJut, Frank," persists the girl, ris
Jug and going over to where her hus
band islands, "tho Clavering are to
tll for us in their carriage, and 1
promised Mr. D inlerth iv
tend her rei-option ; ihink
nnd disappointing it will
'My child's heal l h it ol
consequence to nie than our
. mil I
l' if we
:irii 1 1 ii : -
ances' disappointment-void yon should
mink in t ins matter precisely us I tin,
"And of course I do," says Uosilaud,
with jKitulant toss of her pretty, dark
haired head. ' I am sure I love Her
bert very dearly, but' 1 don't sec the
use of depriving myself of a great
pleasure for the sake of a foolish ex
aggerated fancy of yours. For it is
an exaggerated fancy, dear, isn't it?"
continues Hose, pleadingly, "and it
will be a terrible disappointment to
me, if I don't go. 1 have looked for.
ward, for weeks past, with such de
light to thisatfuir. Mademoiselle d'
Aberte lias made my dress so beauti
fully, it is such a perfect fit, and then
you know the English Ambassador
and the Countess of Elwaydeno are to
be there to-night, and I'm just dying
to sec them, particularly the countess.
Madge Clavering says she is a very
grand lady, and that her youngest sis.
tcr married a prince, tiny you will
go, oh, Frank, darling, make mo hap
py, and say jou will go!"
She flings her arms around his neck,
and looks up at niin with the winning
dark eyes so full of earnest pleading,
that for a moment Francis Maywood
is tempted to kiss tho lovely excited
face, and grant her request then ho
suddenly remembers the bright, fever
ish eyes and burning lace of little Her.
bcrt, and realizes what a thoughtless,
selfish request it is; and ho unwinds
the clinging, coaxing arms, and turns
his head resolutely aaidc from the girl's
"Nevertheless, Hosiland, we cannot
Hosiland leaves Mr. Haywood's side
her oval cheeks burning a deep rod,
Ler lips tightly compressed ; her black
eyos, Mucker than ever wilh swift, in
tense anger; she throws tho ivory,
backed lull, brush iu her hands, im
petuously from her, and turns quickly
and faces her husband, hur whole man
ner full of recklessness snd defiance.
"I tell you 1 shall go! You may re
main at homo if you choose, hut 1
shall not mariyr and disappoint my
Self for any ridiculous whim of yours!"
And Mrs. Maywood gives an angry
stamp of her slippere t foot, as if to
strengthen and cmphas'uc her declara
tion. Frank, scarcely seeming to notico
his wife's show of temper, turns calm
ly towards the maid who is busily nr.
raying the laco trimmings of her mis
truss' ball dress.
"Leave tho room, Mary," ho com
mands, In that quiet, firm volcw of his
that makes even wayward, capricious
Hose inwardly tremble, "and don't re
turn until Mrs. Maywood rings for
Ho, with bowed head and meek air,
Mary obediently departs: then Fran
cis Maywood addresses his young
"Hosiland, fond of excitement and
gaiety as I know you to be, 1 cannot
bring myself to believe you are so
thoroughly selfish, so utterly heartless
as to really wish to leave your little
helpless child sick at home, to the
mercy of careless servants, while you
enjoy yourself in a ball-room."
Who says the servants are careless:
Old Jane is the most devoted of nurses
and as to leaving my sick child that's
all loll v! J don't believe he's sick,
"You won't believe it, you mean!"'
interrupts Frank, scornfully and sar
1 say 1 dun l believe iff Hashes
Hose, passionately. "Herbert is cro-s.
all babies are at his aire tho teeth
trouble them that's the illness you
represent to me as so alarming. The
truth of it all is," she runs on, becom-
ing angrier and more excited every in.
slant, "yijit don't care for cnjoyim-nt
and ido 1 frankly confess it you'd
rather stay quietly at home than go to
this affair to-night; you would like
to prevent mo going, too, and the
baby serves as an excellent excuse and
reason for desiring me to stop awav
from Mrs. Danfcrth's ball and ivivp-
t ion ; but I have no intention ol ob
liging you iu this particular. I say
111 not disappoint Aladge t.,laveriii'
when she calls (his evening. I shall
go to Mrs. Danfcrth's whether you ac
company me or not, and enjoy my self
all the same.
Francis Maywood nazes at the de
fiant woman before him, with crave,
displeased eyes. It is not the first
tinio since his marriage that his voung
wife has so unnecessarily disnlayed
her quick, uncurbed temper, and used
her sharp little tongue in hot, uncall
ed-for words; but just now he is
shocked at her apparent want of
motherly affection and solicitude for
their child; and in that hour Mr.
Maywood fervently wishes he had
never visited the Long Island villago
and fallen in love with and married Urn
village baker's pretty, dark-eved
dan g liter.
For Mrs. Francis Maywood, weal
thy, courted, fashionable though she
may be now, had been, a year and a
half since, no greater personage than
Miss Hosiland Heath, the jolly, red
faced, rough baker's daughter, but
very handsome and graceful, and al
though different from her undignified
good-humored, easy-going parents.
Miss Hosiland Heath was no favor
ite in her native village; the gosi
called her "proud"' an I 'stuck-up;''
she field herself entirely aloof lroin
tho villagers aiid their merry-makings,
and scarcely noticed the ldVe-lni
young farmers who languished fur a
smile or a kind word from her; but
when Francis Maywood, aristocratic
....i.i .... i
ami weauny, came waging lor ncr
heart, all her pride and coldness m .
Oil, in tho intensity of her warm, im -pulsive,
Mr. Maywood was all anxiety for
their wedding, an I so one bla.ing Au
gust day, Hosiland Heath was made
Hosiland Maywood in the little church
of the village, and in the cool of the
evening she kissed tho honest baker
and his thrifty wife, and bade litre
well to the dull little town in which
she had reigned a proud young queen.
Uelbre Frank had been married
many weeks, he noticed how fond of
gaiety and admiration and dress she
was; at first he thought it quip- nat
ural, for Hose was very young and un
accustomed to thegr.iijilctir and pleas
ure of her new life ; hut as linn: ran on
he saw how much fonder she seemed
of looking pretty and dressing well
than of her husband s comfort.
For some time after the baby came
Hosiland grew indifferent to every
other joy ; she was the most devote
and iifoluiug of mothers; then by dc
gret", the novelty of the sweet baby
face died away, and Hose was the gay,
pleasure-loving Hose of formerly,
sighing for the glamor and excitement
of the ball-room, caring little or noth
ing for the peaceful quiet of homo
As she stands there now iu the looc
flowing robe of whip) cashmere, the
hot flush slowly fading from her dark.
piquant face, tho angry light dying
from her black eyes, she forms a pret
ty, penitent picture, for already she
regrets her hasty, impetuous words,
already she feels she has acted both
coldly and selfishly in wishing to de-
ly lier husband and forsake little Her
bert, to attend the Danfcrth reception.
inu, leneniani ami asbained ax h
feels at her behavior, I lose Maywood
has too much foolish pride to ac
knowledge It, so she has only glances
across at Frank, and says, carelessly :
-ii you uesire mo not to go to the
DanferthB', of courso I sh'an't n.
Frank, who has not yet forgotten,
or forgiven, her exhibition of bad
temper of a few minutes before, walks
calmly to tho door, anil, with bis hand
upon tho knob, he answers Iter:
"I desire nothing; y,i may please
yourself without reference ti my
wishes. If your own h,Ve ami natural
foe ings for your sick child are ho
light that you can willingly g(, and
enjoy yourself among that gay asseiu.
blage if your child's health anil com
fort are ol so lillle conscpitM(0 l(,
vou. I shall neither renicsl. p..r fori't-
von to remain at homo;' and wilh
those plain words the gcntleiuaiiopens
Hid door ami leaves on who aiono.
Uosc, wiiose lornier anger wis sumvo-
ly eniinly evaporated, crosses; the
room Willi one long si rum, ami gives
tin.' bell-rope a quick, vengeful jerk.
lie thinks, by his reproaches, he
can frighten me into pleasing him and
staying heie," she says, to herself,
with it short, mirthless laugh, and a
delimit Wish of her angry eyes, "hut
he shall soon see how very much mis-'
taken he is. I might have stayed lit
home it lie had tided less coldly, but
when he assumes that freezing look,
and that stern, unapproachable air, I'd
do anything rather Ihan p lease him.
I missed the Danrerth dinner party
and niustrni; partly becauso Herbert
had a slight cold, partly becauso
Frank declared it would bo possibly
wrong to leave him, mid now I'm not
going to sacrifice the Danfcrth ball
and reception for the same foolish rea
son, J can go with the ulaverings;
thank goodness I'm not dependent on
I' rank to take me to-night. Mary,
continued Mrs. Maywood, as Mary
makes her re-appearance- in answer to
her mistress' ring, "Mary, lay out my
jewels, ami get me t iresse.il as soon as
you can, for Miss (Jlavering and her
brother maybe here at any minute
Iu half an hour hosiland Maywood,
i . i : ... . , ? .. i . . i . . , . . .
looiwiig posiuvciy raiiieui in me trail
ing ainiMT satin, is wiiiricu away in
the Clavering equipage, towards the
handsome, illuminated Datifertlmau.
noii, where music , mirth ami excite
1 1 1 1 1 1 reign .supreme.
Mrs. Danferlh, a stately lady of five
ami lorry, greets the Ulavenug party
with unite n show of ell'iisioii. and
lueseiiily Uoso is introduced to the
countess, whom she finds to be a Very
formal, very chilling, very uncongen
ial personage indeed. The English
ambassador takes Mrs. Maywood to
supper, and converses on subjects so
far above poor ICose's rather meager
intellect, that she begins to repent
coming.and wish she had stayed away
i rum mis aristocratic assemblage.
As the night grows so does Hose's
regret.; she becomes thoroughly fired
ol r ue dancing, I Hough she has had but
two waltzes and a quadrille; she con
trives to escape from the little, group
ol laiivaitve aiiiiiiivts that surround
In i', and screens her.-elf in the deep re-
re ss oi u rrenen window, reeling quite
weary and miserable.
I "... . i I i i i
rianu s displeased iace haunts tier,
ins gnve, reproaehlul vo.ee still
sounds iu her ears; she loves him, in
her own capricious, impulsive way,
and she cannot, tuigot bow deliant and
he in less has been her conduct to hint;
she thinks of her baby, whom she has
let l sick at home she had not wanted
to believe it, she told herself Frank
was foolish and fanciful, and the child
was not ill, but now the truth will in-
irude iiscii, and she knows how true
were his words.
if i ii K ii were on l- In.hu. aimm
... .. j ..vj.,. r,"'"
away irom tin tins noie and merri
ment, and grandeur; what are they all
in comparison to her ow n nasioiiatc
love, her generous, noble huiband, the
little innocent child, wln.un she has so
cruelly neglecled. The lotld erashin"
sound of the brass bind makes her
head burn and ache, the heavy fra
grance tif the flowers decorating tin
va-i pariors sickcii ncr, the incessant
taUmg, the gay laughter, the life
around her, almost maddens her. and
she feels like throwing all reserve
iis.de ami bitr-ting into a paroxysm of
ic us. Mini escaping from the. in.
.Madge (. layering, looking eagerly
arouiM in searcn oi iicririend,
her, nail-concealed by the
draperies of pale violet velvet and line
lace, an I, hurrying lorward, she lavs
one white, patrician, ring-laden hand,
lightly upon Kosiland's arm, and .-oils,
ts her from her wretched reverie.
" hat is it.' on don't seem as if
you enjoyed the reception. Do you
want logo home, dear?"
Hose raKes her brooding eyes, and
Madge sees her face is quite pale and
"Oh, Midge, I want, logo home to
my husband and my baby. I left
Herbert ill at home, and came here
against Frank's wishes, and I fear
oh, Madge, I fear he may bo worse.
Will yon allow your coachman to
drive me home now, then he can re
turn for you and Harry?"
'rerlainly, my j.ooV Utile Hose,"
says Miss Clavering, protnply, sloop,
ing down to kiss KoVs upturned face.
"And Fll go home, too. Don't worry,
dear; perhaps Herbert is belter, in
stead of worse. Harry declares be is
bored, and I have a horrid headache ;
tie- beat and crowd are intolerable.
Mrs. Danferlh shows ioor manage
hu nt in over-crowding her rooms.
Are you ready to go now, Hose?"
"Oil, e-!" Mrs. Maywood replies,
e.T-erly. "I'll pul mi my wraps at
"Very well ; I'll tell Harry, then we
can go to Ihc dres-iiig-rootu together'"
ami Madge moves awny lo speak to
her brot her.
The carriage is driven around to the
front, of the mansion. Madge apolo
gizes for their early departure, savs
the recept ion is very agreeable, etc.,
etc, and then the Clavering parly ut
ter i heir adieu c, and are presently eti
conced in Ihe velvet -cushioned equip
av,e. The ride home is a long one, but at
last, the stately, spacious house UoM.
calls home, looms up in sight, and the
horses are pulled up before the stone
step; and alter kissing Madge, who is
already nodding, a warm good-niglit,
Mrs. 'Maywood alights, and Harry
Clavering escorts her up the great
flight of steps to the ponderous ens
trance door, which is opened by a
blinking-eyed, sleepy-looking indi
vidual, in handsome livery, and who
becomes red and excited at sight of
Mr.Clavering politely raises his hat
and disappears down tho steps, the
door closes with a bang, and Huso
Klamlstiuilcr the dimly. lit hull lndu
her face cpiite pale. '
"Is anything wrong, Capcis?" sho
"Oh, ma'am, the young master took
worse alter yuU left for Mrs. Dan
lcrl.h's,and, oh, ma'am "
lint Mrs. Maywood waits to hear no
more; sin; pushes mist him. Hi,,,,;,,,,
fur-lined wraps us she rudtcs
up the stalrcaso toward the nursery.
hho throws open tho door and sees her
husband, the family physician, and
old Jane tho nurse, surrounding the
small s it in-covered, lace-draped bed
on which bur baby lies, eyes wildly,
feverishly bright, his lips parched and
dry, his breatii coming in hot, painful
"liose, is it, indeed, you?'' Frank
exclaims in cold siirjndse.
"Yes, it is I. Oli, Frank, my baby ;
is ho worse? tell me!"
She kneels down beside tho bod, her
face very while anil scared, and kisses
passionately the baby face.
"Herbert liertie, darling, it is ma
ma. Ob, Heaven, lie does not know
me!'' wails the excited girl.
"Mrs. May wood my dear madame,
jiray be calm; tho child must bo kept
extremely quiet; if ho gets excited
1 shall not answer for the conse
quences," remonstrates the doctor, se
verely. "Will he live? is he very ill? only
answer me, and 1 bhall be quiet. Oh,
doctor he is my only one; do not say
that he will die!"
The jiitiful cry touches a soft spot
in tho gritlf, elderly little physician's
heart; she looks so very young and
lovely there, iu the shimmering satin
dress, kneeling beside her sick child
that Dr. Molldou answers her as hope
fully as he, with truth, can :
"With great care there is a possible
chance of his recovery, but the attack
is a severe oue ; tho fever has boon
gradually coming on, and had 1 been
summoned a few hours earlier, it might
have saved the child much suffering,
fori eouhl have prevented the fever
from getting such headway. Tho
nurse there knows what to do 1 gave
her directions so there is no necessi
ty for vour sitting up with him my
denr mad mio, I'll stop in again in the
Tho physician takes up his hat,
throws a cureless glance at the baby
patient, gives an abrupt littlenod, and
vanishes from the nursery.
liose watched beside tho little suf
ferer all through the long hours of
tho night, her heart filled with min
gled remorse and fear; and Francis
Maywood, sfes, then, how fervently
she regrets her neglect nnd desertion
of her onlv cJiild.
Little Herbert May wood's baby-life
hangs as if by a thread, for the next
few days, ready to snap at any mo
ment: it appears as if his recovery to
licit l h and strength was uiijiossildc
as it he must die; and when the terri
ble crisis comes, ami the doctor an
nounces gleefully that he is to live,
Hose, whose heart is almost broken,
who-e soul is sick with hopelessness
and despair, fills down upon her knees
iu a verv paroxv .sin ol ioy and deep
est gratitudo to thank Heaven for its
irivat mercy, hhe ste il.s to her hus
band s side an hour alter, when baby
has fallen into a quiet slumber, nnd
puts her thin hands upon ins shoul
ders, nnd looks up into his face with
smiling, happv eyes.
"Frank, Heaven has spared my ba
by's life, and forgiven my wickc I ac
tions. Oh! darling, won I you?
He bends down and presses passion
ate kis-es upon thejale, wan face
paloand wan with incessant watching
over the child s nek tied, biitoh which
a radiant smile rests, and puts fits
strong units about the slender hgure.
M v dearest, I forgave you long ago;
the niiht you returned home from
rs. 1 lanbTih s so unc.xpeci
v you repented cVur going
Oh I ,K'ii t mention that hi.
Hose erics with a lillle shudder, "ft
brings the memory of mv selfishness
and heartlessncffS bo vividly back to
I am going to turn over a now
leaf, as ihcv sav, and prove to you
and baby lew dearly 1 Jove you both,
And Hosdainl .Maywood kept truo
toher wot d. ! rom that day forth, all
Ihe intense love ol dissipation and
pleasure, the willfulness and way
wardness that had 4iiide her so indif
ferent lo her hijshnn l's happiness and
hidden her real and sweet nature, vau
.Now W ell and Strong."
f-uii'M an, Illinois.
I'll tit k. Ihiil'.ile, N. Y.:
Hit. II. V
r I wish to state that my dangle
I s, w;is pronounced incurable and
ailing, as the doctors thought,
1 obtained a halt doz-
ii bottles of vour
Hiscovcrv for her and she
annieni ed nii.,,vi:i
and is now
Well and stn.h .. s
Very truly yours,
III. v. Isaac N. Ai ;i
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nil llii,iiritK i- from the nyU!ii.
Liver Imiu'orHldr -A rertnin fire f"r Tnrtiidlty of
uie. i. iv, r ih hp attt'iidaiii ilin-M
, Si rufu Uiiii- tlu ri", t-j,raiii, liheiimnuc h!!it
Ki'liova'.ilii! l'ii -The l,-t 1,11! ev, r inmle fur Illl-
loueti' Hiel Ciiiiit:imliiii.
Male Kern V
Kern V'TtliTle. -A i!-r
ed; for the rem vl nt wd
il l" -MT!
re the (,rft tfvf
Iik! Ktid K.'., ri. 1 I'll
th hi 1
al'e Hair Or'-'
air ni.il r umu nil
ini; . ,1 j, rni.','
lli-lSM'l' i,f the
A full '! r; ;',,:i uf ! , . M.'ri'ii:.', with ni.
iiu'riiu ti-uiii iiinl. willbe fni.nd iii mir bhakv-
,ereu Almaliac fer 11, i:nw ready, tw fur-
m HV .MAIL!
tn all win, -i'T, t
" r it
!.-. I- ,1
, (.iiv, N. J.
Nu. J! (ir .iiii ,
X. Ii. A-rwitx
,'iiiti'il. Sm!iI for par
S V II U I
Premature Decline, Etc. Etc
I'remilure Di iiine; ('oummj'titin ; Urnt hitln ;
Afthma; llli ciilii from Ihe l.nmrH- J'nlpiiHlluii,
het'tiinneni, atd Int'Triijited Actlnii nf ttin Henri
Dull or Slia'L'i'h A'tu.n of the Liver; I yc e pr-ln ;
Kl'itiili'iiri', nnd all U'li-tiir' )!, i-i ; HakniHP
ami Treinl.lii.f of the Limlc, iitul Wuut of Vitality
In any (jreim, orilici u-e fiiiiHi'd ,y fto.h wmit of
Aliti A 1. 1. SICi KSSFI I I.V AM) KAI'IDLY
TKKATK!) ItY THIS KKMEDY.
I)U. 1IOWF.S TK.SI IMoNV.
ntt.n, Mr.., M ,rc h, 17J.
Mil. Jamkh I. Fjki I.,, h,
Di'KrSIr,' Dill' iil' t he iKt two yvarK. I huvi
1,'in'ii your i'inii,,iiii,d Sru, uf II; ,,iili,i,tilti ii
lii'rlhoiK'h Hoiiii'WlMt revere triiit'lu niv nrnrt U ij.
iti,u um aide to cpenk with rdiitidein'e nf il cll'i-ctr.
In rertorliii; uerHimr ull,iriiii' trnni emu intioti anil
i no ilelillity roilnwnij III lit liiTin it none w.rj
dem. I coiiFlantly reenmmernl it- in-e in nil tillW:
IIiiiih of the thrnMt aiifl liint"1. In revt-ral rnn r
I'niHilereit ) 1 1 ' t i-h r-. it linn fven relief, nnd tin,
piitlinlH re f, i reniverlnt' Ainnntr lheii' are
riiinoiint'tlve nnd old hronehliil ruliirrtu, whnro
ilinesm ii have renti'il (he nther imideH tif treat
ment. Knr lnimlred diirentiiin, and In fart fur (l
lillltv frnin any nuin', I kiinw nf nnthlni; eipml lo
It. Hn direct i tl'Ti tn Htren et hen Ini? the nervmia
Myrli'm, render" It nillniile fro tho ninjnrity of die
omen. 1 am. fir, vnlirn truly.
WM. S. Ih;WK, M. 1).
SlfDo unl no dei'elv'd hv retnedleK lieurmi; H
Blmllar mime; no oilier prpnraiitn ir a run-
atitiitn fur thin, miner any rlrntinrtanctd.
HOLD IIY AM, I)HfiilSTS.
EAKS KUlt T1IK MILLION!
Foo Choo's Iiulsiiiu of Slmi'k'H Oil
Ponltlvely Ki-rtorcf the Ilearlnir, nnd Ii Hid Only
AtiHiilille. ( ure fur Delillierr Kuowu.
ThlafUl Ir estracti'd frnin a m etiliiir rneclox of
rmall White Shark, rmitrht in Hie Y'ellow Sea,
known nr ('nrchuroilnii Knnileletll. Rvery Chliieru
liKhermau kuowr It . Itn virtuer ar a rentnmtlvB of
ht'iirlUK werti dlrenvered hy a lliiddhnit I'rlert ahout
Ihn year 1 -1 1 0. Iib riiren were ro nnineroiir and
many ro xeetnlniily iiilrariiliiu, that thn remedy
win ofllclally proeliiltni d over Die entire 'Kinpliu.
It nre herame ro nilverl thai fur over timi vv.nt
no diSHfeUcm him exlrted aim, iik the Chlliere peo
plii. Sent, charter prepaid, to any addrern at fl pur
Only imported hy IIAYI.OCK it CO.,
hoi.k JiuKN'ir foh anhiiii a. TDeyht., Ntwlur'
U vlrlned are niiiiiieKtloiiaMe and Iturnrattye
rharacter alwnliile, iih thn writer ran pe rnualiy
timllfv, holli from experience and ohrervullon.
Ainonu tnu many reunerr or llie i eview
part and aiiMtlier of the rnuntrv, It lr priioame i n j
iiumherr are alllieted wltii denfnei. nnd to ruen n
may lie mild; "Write at nine to llayloflt "; '
II... Ml.. ...I M,e v.,.i, l,., 41 nnd you will
recelvi) by return a remedy that will enahli' '
hear like anybody elce, and whore curative e leclK
will ooperBiaiicnt. Yon will never n' """'it
ro." Riinor of Nrw yirli .norcanui" ""iuw,
Hept. statu, m,
Jjf" ArtlcV fi,m ur
VM01IIIO HUCll l
Vawilino Cold Cream,
Viisolino Camphor Ice,
Viilino Toilet Boaj-s,
wmx - m x.". a r. x r- - a,
OSST 1 M k XI M
EKIW DISEASES, .RHEUMATISM.
Croup and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
iizci or an our goodi,
We Jlian Cured, ut ilinli
And ;n 1'rnvfi Wlut
I TThi'rn are nu J i i ! : i r. - i,r,,t
nieiitH. If y,,u ur,, ir,ii,;,,7 r,l
Ii k ill.
At. II h. yim CHII he l y B,,t
hiilidreitr have l.e, n n!i, i
lo mini u Ce. 'I uf !, -;i,,i,
ri.-;i I..- ,;
l" BO V Mt f. .
Cartfi-'s Littlr. Liver
A'm cure all forum t
patlyii and 1 y ,
d!ire- fruni t,i h.
if i' i l'jl:- ,
i. prnli ,'le
' 1 'en i, ( ,,
ni..!,. r. :
! t'lfliCI il .,,r
1)1 I'll' Momitcl,. SlIII.Ulll
the lluwelf 'Ihi-y do
r, in,,; I;, ,,.!,.
Ihir hy Wih.i.ii, j,,., ,lU,.
11" lo pill at a dime. Tl., t ur
V'lt- , v Vi t-elftl,;,., ,;
not rripe or pi;r.'e. m.". r
ii l ,oi.nl,!e for pill ; i- Tn
I.' t. ij , r I , i
i A liTK l! MKim IM t 1 1 , U;ik; ,"a
A I r A NIK!). Mai.t,!m':iir:i
' hu-iii in:ii, li. l air,., uu
n adi tak. ii , , fr h'.uilf i
pur f,.r n i i! on i'.iu'.m n nr.
renired f,,r IH. ,,,,. ;
Ci,ri,M. . ,!. 'I;,-
rolieitid h AUNol.Ji V l. ,
htnt'i and l.ri.nd i,y, linn kin,. N. Y
i. .rf,..T Fmooni.r
r ui'-l , ,.l ,if,.,it, in
' i li-.
aCI M ft H't ,1 .!,..-. .-,'.,,,".,.
.il tj- iii jiiu. W B'KBIirrtilJf CO li
M ir r:. ,uj ru
DR. KLINE S 0 K t A I
C D J C IvccTntii-n
foi'linti 1 Ntftvi Tii.Vlfc.. i.. .
tb r'7.'"r ' ' ir om .tr' yi" ,imi
f; I'! ul. If U.-:i m Uir A . .,t r
f,r,toaV it,u. T-.-iii,i,i t: tri t.,1, .t
1 1, J lilirtiu,ihv ixn'nrrt rm.ar. N-u l n vi,.
j'j I.O. iu.I n;itr,i wln-rt lo U. Kl.INK,,
Art h t L I'Li.i.. m.. .V, iirt ... -j ....,, .
f iTP?.' IT"?' ''iT- AM.AK-flpni.frr.E Mmt.
OOM ti',, "" i .itoitu uio:,,r
. I w!l rare anyrM in f ti- w-, . ,.. .
'. 4 tiii rare tin. i0 1 0!i
f how lonif U'iil:rif.
lc t., I.,, um; t. f
'""". t r cert,:,, I,,', ,.',-,.
v h",l'r';"''"rtiieiJ f,,r e:rdi'ar.
Iiew v',klli:" J t.ALU.-ilU,iJ-,i,Wm.
eupullf r,',ri; r,r "'7 Ctf : thtj U not
yulci,fc unl iure cure.
Or li,!yi!,.tt , ii ! n-
tiiuu t'rtt liu tl.tit. tl,
may prove the teipln.t,,in! t a life i I Min , -,
Illll e,t',nliv ,ui'U',l lo tliimeho r-,.
tlni foot i,i t i- hill. A I'lrein M. lot t,, i
Greenwich Street, t.vw York.
HE FAMILY HAND
Oil. Ill ' ll'I.S A VI) Mi'll -
",U',, U' lfn,ri, tl.fl..: ,r,, M.' -,.;
I,, r I.'.. S c., l,.t..l,l,t,-.. li,,.,' ' (
K 11.'! I !
I t f., .
141 South itt, tr..t, Mrovk;ri,
i' i. IL k uU.il,
Ouprl JJoliiilay lUIiiloiu
v o r? k s.
H'V 11 lie l' l...t
t"'d. 0" lit M fl I rr-TM-
ifc, Iniii l.i nil, r.! i r."t
m mi .ax tiw'ye.i r. sMji.i,. f-, ,.. M.
fllll I"ub. Co., J4iwwt)Ui6tn el, N. V.Ci'y.
'out;e on boukjctiil.i; rt.-iimi uuo,
. -. . i;mi ,' i ii, ci '
VU'tUTlJl J ... 3 I ...
trt iiijir fr i ,
jl In tf
iV, iailIr.)B.Jii), S Vvrlu
ninl itiifiL li"nii'-M imrvi n
tiinlilliy liiii.i.tM'V( ni;t
itmi.l. .i,ii v, And t'ai"roU O"imn' . jjn- '1 vl;- t
if Vii f h tn t i'tf, tn 1r Um. I'rlrn. I -i I ' t 'j
Kit FViil.AMl HKlHVkt ltiUL ilk,U iuiuuit
, for CaUlori.
iuiiM.RhnlMun. Kol'n,Mut 1.0.1I. f,oiinnitioa
Tin.ch.Ill"WhotOnnK.l8tn:io(l, Double J'lot
Eltliifist muRleOuim.il)lf.'il. lillhil, 1
IVrL ltevolv,! tof.'S. Nend fr free llllltrteil
I'litaloSae! OKKAl' WEuiUUi Uli.S WuUli.il.
Oiittll lunilKhcti tree, with fni) .
Hti'iietlmin for (.'oiiiliii'tlni tin, mnHt
lirolltiilile litiHlnehi' Hint any m,,. ,.aH
ni'UL'e 111- he him neim
lo leiirti, ai d onr Instnu iliiiiH are co
Hlniple and lilltlli, llml lu.e in.,, can
make preat prolllB Irmn (lie Hlnrt. .No one can fall
who la wlllltiti to work. Women ure u hu:ci'h Tul
an men. liny anil eliln IIM i...,,., ,,,,.
Many have made at the liiinim v, ,,vi r one liiimlreil
dolliira il a alnule week. Nnllilne like II ever
known hiiliiiii. All who eiivnw , niirlil at Hoi
raae and railillty with which tin y nre alile to innkn
money . Vn rati nnnm-ii in thin bimliiciot ilunnit
your apart! Iltneal Kienl prnlll. Voutln not luivu to
Invert capital III It. U e lulm all Um rmk. Tlumti
w holiuetl reailv iniitiev, hbunld w tlro lo ua at oncu.
AllfarnlKlied frue. Addict i It UK iL t'U., An- ,
KUnU. Miiliiu, '
WtA. ill ii m mi am immh ii '
I, mi fy. w