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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois"
Myrtle sat in the kirk porch beside
a lonjr low Lhh 11 pun which a quan
tity of freshly -cut (lowers was heaped
in picturesque confusion. hc tossed
them over, li,rhl!y lnmitiiinga tune as
6he selected and aininj,red tliciu in
tasteful bouquets, to be carried
into the city for sale in iter brother's
stationery store. It is a lovely,
dewy Juno morning, and the sun
lias not been above the horizon
much more than half an hour. Hut
Myrtle is up betimes, anayed in a
fresh cambric dress ami broad-brimmed
hat, l hat site may o;el tier tlowers
all arranged before her brother goes
into the city in the 7 :'M train.
A robin alighted on the great,
broad-spreading willow before the
back door, ami thrilled a sweet matin
song melodiously. Everything was
so fresh and lovely outside, as Myrtle's
eyes wandered through the door now
and then that site thought with pity
of the denizens ot the city in their im
pure, dusty atmosphere, and wondered
who of litem were to enjoy her llow
crs. "1 wish everyone could live in
the country in summer," she said
aloud. "The summer, the summer!
The exquisite time of the red rose's
blush and the nightingale's chime."
A cunning little device was stealing
along Myrtle's brain. "It would bo
nico to write some lines of poetry and
hide them in these bouquets; some
thing about nature, or, perhaps, some
thing sentimental, (jienllemen often
send little noies to their lady-loves in
bouquets. I'll write something and
establish a sort of friendship between
the unknown ones who buy them ami
Hie Hew lightly up stairs to iter
room, got some paper and ink from
Iter writing desk and carried tliem
down into the pon h. "Let. me see,"
she thought, commencing her last bou
quet; "1 waul one to be about flowers.
Ah! 1 have it!" and she laid down
the white rose and t tic sprig of my rt lo
she held, seized her pen and wroic :
''Look what h light of llnwern la on the ciutti
A if tliu proud, vol opinion hlood of J1010
l.liliihcd out in I'ohi'b."
"That's a pretty little quotation,"
she thought, as she folded the tiny bit
of paper and put it in one of the bou
quets. Then some sweet lines of Lo
well canio lo her mind, bhc copied
thein and hid them in another. "Now
1 "must think of something sentimen
tal," she said, resuming her last bou
quet. Her lingers moved swiftly,
while her thoughts ran lightly over
the poetry w ith which her brain was
stored. When hhe was half done with
it she laid it down and wrote a halt
dozen lines or so of sentiment thai oc
curred to her.
"There!" she thought, as she lied up
Iter last bouquet and put the note, in
side, "1 wonder who will get hold of
it. .1 hope it won't be suino cross,
prosaic creature, who don't care tor
anything but money-making." She
placed tho tlowers in a basket, which
Tier brother, after eating his breakfast,
took and hurried to the depot. And
Wyrtle,who was a pretty, brown-eyed,
intelligent girl of eighteen, with a pink-und-white
complexion, ami sweet,
rosy lips, went about her duties that
day, smiling to her.selt now and then,
as she womterud who would raid the
little scraps of poetry.
A pleasant, well-kept private board
Ing-houso in the city, with a sprink
ling of both sexes making their homo
there. The most important personage
sccininglv, was a rich bachelor of forty-live,
Mr. Hathaway, who caused
considerable fluttering of hearts among
tho ladies of the house, for ho was
well-kept and handsome and very
agrceablo when ho choso to bo so,
though quite peculiar in his ideas.
Ho was at present confined to his
room, convalescing from an allnck of
slow fever, during which tho ladies
havo vied with each other in show
ing him attentions, . lie had a secret
itrefcrenco for an attractive widow,
Irs. Clifford, who was looked upon
with rather jealous eyes by the girls
in tho house, as all the gentlemen
accrued more or less smitten with her.
BI10 was out that morning on a little
shopping expedition, and stepped into
Marsh's to replenish her nolo paper.
While the youth who waited upon her
tied up her parcel sho observed tho
fresh bouquets ranged on tho showcase
temptingly, with the sweetness and
brightness of the country uir ami sun
light which they had assimilated,
centered In their glowing, fragrant
hearts. "I'll buy ono for Mr. Hatha
way," she thought, on the impulse ot
THIS DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1881.
tho moment, Tho youth wrapped it
in white paper, telling her it camo
fresh from tho country that morning,
and she, preferring to carry instead ot
having it sent, walked out with it,
shaded carefully from tho sun under
Mr. Hathaway, reclining languidly
on a lounge, witli un illustrated mag
azine open before- him, which he was
not reading, said "come in," in answer
to a light rap at the dour, and fell 11
sense of relief in tho monotony when
Mrs. CliU'ord, in a cool muslin dress,
and with a bright, 'Hushed face, open
ed it, with tho bouquet in her hand.
"1 thought I would bring you this to
cheer you," sho said ; "they are no
forced, artificial, hothouse introduc
tions, but came fresh from tho conn
try this morning, tho boy said." He
thanked her, while she took a vaso
from tho mantel ami, tilling it with
fresh water, placed tho flowers in it
and set it within his reach, where ho
could inhale their fragrance. Ho
asked her to sit down a while and
talk to him, which sho did, leaving
him, however, at tho end of fifteen
minutes on a plea of somo duty that
"1 wisji sho had staid longer," ho
thought, as tho door closed ut ter her.
"1 believo 1 am half in love with her.
1 wonder if she would olijeet lo being
Mrs. Hathaway? Sho has an indiffer
ent, independent way that 1 like. Still,
1 think she could bo won. It strikes
mc that if I am ever going to marry,
it i time I was about it, and ibis sick
ness has taught mo how much women
Thinking thus he drew the bou
quet towards him and examined tho
sweet, frail creations with interest
and tried to recall his botanical
knowledge in which ho found he had
grown rather rusty. "Ha! what's
this?" ho thought, as ho espied tho
tiny foiled paper, hidden under a
full blown red rose and a spray of star
ry forget-me-nots, lie unfolded it
and a satirical smile curved his lip
under his brown mustache as he read :
1 would be thinu
To lose all eeliisli feeling,
In the nolo thought of the far dearer ono
To study every look thy will revealing,
To make thy voice's ever varying tone
Tho music of my heart.
"Ah! that is her game is it?" lio
thought, regardless of the sweet senti
ment of the lines and putting his own
construction on the matter, "and I've
been thinking she was a real womanly
woman. 1 see now, she's deep. Sho
might have waited and let me make
tho first advance if she was so much
in love. I've always heard widows
were bold and designing, but this dec
laration of love from her takes mo by
surprise. I suppose sho thinks, now
thai 1 am weak and childih, that I
will fall an easy victim. So tho flow
ers were brought to cover an attempt
to entrap me. She won't gain any
thing by it. If I am going to make
love to a woman I don't want her to
take the initiative in this style." Thus
ho soliloquizes with the usual base in
gratitude of mankind when be should
have felt llattcred and de-lightcd at
receiving such lines as ho supposed,
from a lovely woman.
Mrs. Clifford sat in her room writ
ing a loiter, in happy unconsciousness
of unjust thoughts towards her.
Ho had been treating her quite
pleasant all along, but ho forthwith
changed his tactics. When somo four
or live of the inmates gathered in his
.room as they often did, now that he
was stronger, to cheer mm up, 110
passed Mrs. CI 1 fiord bv with cool 111-
dill'erenco ami directed his talk to Lu
lu Raymond, a girl who had been fish
ing for his attentions all along, having
performed a good many kind olHYes
for him while he had been sick and
who was now in the seventh heaven of
delight to be preferred lo Mrs. Clif
ford, who noticed his changed manner,
ami (hough she accounted it as one of
the freaks of an invalid, treated him
with a degree of coolness equal lo his
own. Ami he, watching her without
appearing to do so, could not detect
any signs of pique in her manner, and
thought thai in spite ot her forward
ness sho was very attractive, but still
lie could not get over tho prejudice
which that prematura piece of senti
ment had raised.
Tho samo day on his way home to
dinner liert Rhodes stepped into
Marsh's a moment to buy a Mercury,
and glancing around noticed tho last
one of Myrtle's bouquets, which was
still fresh and lovely. He laid down
fifty cent.) for it iiud carried it home
to his sister.
' "1 havo brought you a breath from
the country, May," he said as he en
tered her room where she was busy
copying and held the flowers over her
shoulder. May looked up and hcr
tired face brightened with a smile.
"You dear little beauties!" she said as
tenderly as if they had been things of
life, taking them from his hand,
"I low I love you! How 1 wish 1 could
brealho the sweet air you have grown
in for a little while?"
"And you must breathe it, Sis,"
IJert said pinching her pale cheek,
"you and I must find a quiet, inex
pensive place in tho country for a few
weeks. We need tho change. We
must havo it when my vacation
May placed tho flowers in water
while ho spoke. "Lei me have a little
button hole bouquet," ho said, "be
fore wo go down to dinner." May
pulled out a rosebud and a bit of heli
otrope carefully. In doing so Myrtle's
slip of paper was disclosed.
"WhatjH this?" Hurt said, unfold
ing it curiously ami reading aloud,
And what. Is so ruin as uday in Junei1
Then ItKur, come perfect days,
Then fleuven tries If the earth liu In liuio
And over it sollly her warm cur lays.
Ho passed it to May. "ll'Hanico
quotation," she said "aiid written in a
lady's hand, i wonder who put it, in
here?" "A pretty hand too," llort
said as he took it again. "If hand
writing denotes character, that, lady is
interesting." Ho put it away in his
pocket hook and llicy went down to
Somehow tho slip of pink paper
seeinod to haunt Hurl. There seemed
to bo sweet suggestions of tho country
about it, audits sigliu ami sounds
presented themselves 'huitulizingly to
Ills imagination. Then that delight
t'ul idea of the poet written in such a
pretty hand had a charm for Mm. Ho
I .... 1. 1.. e.. 1 1 j .
wus a genial, nooio lumm oi twenty
I,,.,,,.! u'liiilo. and tho ni'nlm.i.in
J l.U,n-,H V ' ' ----- , J' . -'V. H. ,
and friend of his sister; tho two being
a I ono in the world. Ho was a lawyer
and had hopes of ono day becoming
successful in his proiession.
"Who makes up tho bouquets you
have here?" ho nskod of Marsh when
ho dropped in the next day as ho often
"My sister, she's a regular enthusi
ast over flowers," Marsn returned.
"I should think so for sho arranges
them with exquisite taste. Do you
know nnv nleastint place out your
way?" ho knew -Marsh lived out of
ho c tv. "where my sister ami i count
rusticate a few weeks?" ho inquired.
"Wo don't want logo far from tho
city, for I should want to come in
once a week at feast.
"Mv mother takes a tew summer
boarders occasionally" said tho other.
"Perhaps yen will like to go there,
our place is pleasant ami yotieotil
havo plenty ot good country faro."
And in a few days tho matter was
arranged and tho second week in .July
Rcrt and his sisler were duly installed
in tho Httlo, collage, which, with its
surroundings, was a perfect bower of
beauty. Roth were delighted with
Myrtle, who looked so sweet and lovo
ablo in her simple tasteful summer
dresses that Rert straightway com
menced to fall in lovo with her. Ho
told Myrtle how ho had bought tho
bouquet and how it had been tho
means of bringing him out there, and
produced the slip of pink paper.
Myrtlo took it and looked at it with a
blushing face, but felt reassured when
she found it was not the lovo senti
ment that he had got hold of, and told
him sho had sent two others.
The long days went by all too soon.
May and Myrtlo were great friends,
and Rcrt was their companion on all
occasions of boat sails, drives and ram
bles. llefore they went back to tho city
l!ert had won a slight confession of
love from Myrtle.
"To think that little fancy of mine
should have brought me a lover,"
Myrtlo reflected after they had left,
"Rcrt says the littlo piece of paper
kept urging him on."
Meanwhile Mr. Hathaway had gono
into the country also; by tho last of
August he was back, as also were the
other inmates of Mrs. Gould's board
One evening he was surprised by a
call from Rcrt Rhodes, whom ho had
not seen for six months. They were
"Not married yet, Hathaway?" Rcrt
said, after some preliminary talk.
No, and not likely to be," said tho
other, with a sardonic smile.
Can't be suited, eh? Now, Hatha
way, if you could only come across
such a darling as 1 found in the coun
try this summer,
"U my love is like a red, red rose,
That's sweetly hpruug in June,"
He murmured gaily.
"So you are in lovo, Rhodes?" said
tho other in a slightly envious tone.
"Yes, and she's sweet, artless and
beautiful," Rcrt wont on with enthu
siasm. "I found her where 1 spent
"I've been in the country, too," said
Hathaway, "but I didn't seo any one
1 could fall in love with. They were
either coaisc, red-cheeked hoydens or
affected old maids."
"You are too fastidious," put in
"And the women in cities," ho went
on, not heeding the remark, "are so
forward and designing that 1 am dis
gusted with them. All the bloom of
modesty is brushed oil'. Then ho told
of Miss Raymond's onset and of the
lender lines concealed in the bouquet
by Mrs. CliU'ord ending with "if 1 am
going to marry, 1 want a chance to
win a woman, but I can't gel it, they
all throw themselves at my head the
firs l tiling."
"Why it was partly through a scrap
ofpoetryina bouquet, that 1 found
my sweet Myrtle," Rert said, and ho
told the story, and produced tho slip
of pink paper which ho had. always
A dim light was breaking in upon
Hathaway 's mind. He had preserved
Iho note also. They compared' the
two and found that tho paper and
handwriting were identical. "1 got
my bouquet at Marsh's stationery
store in Cedar street," Rert said.
"-Marsh's? Yes, that is where slio got
mine, I remember now, said Hatha
way. "And I've been blaniinglierall along
for what was owing to a freak of thai
lady love of yours," ho went on dis
contentedly. "1 was half in love with
Mrs. Clifford, but that episode set mc
hack, ami I have since treated her in
such a cool, indifferent way, to let bet
see that 1 was not to be urged forward,
that I don't know as 1 can ever regain
my lost ground."
"I am sorry if Myrtle has inadvert
ently enured you trouble'" Bert said
half smiling over the matter, "but 1
think an explanation on your part
will set it all right if she ever cured
llert left, and Hathaway went down
lo supper, feeling a good deal annoyed
over Ins mistake. He was unusually
silent during; Iho meal, snubbed Miss
Raymond when she attempted to be
talkalive, which was very rude of
course. Mrs. CliU'ord was more charm
ing than ever, and was talking in high
spirits with tho gentleman scaled lie x I
Instead of making a clean breast of
Hat once, Hathaway made an attempt
lo renew his friendliness lo her with
out explanation, but found the lady
so uunpiM'oachahlc that ho could make
no headway, So, in desperation he
asked lor a 'private interview with her
which she granted, thinking "1 won
der what has come over his mighti
ness. If ho thinks I am going to over
look his cool, iusiilliiii maimer lately
towards me, he is niisiaUeu."
"I waul to ask your pardon for an
iiijustieu 1 havo done you," h Wiid
humbly, and told her tho story, called
hiuisuli a fool, and told her lie loved
her and asked her to marry Mm. Mi-h.
CliU'ord was surprised at first, then
amused, at the curious contretemps
and its c licet upon Mr. Hathaway.
"Your thoughts did mo great injus
tice," trying (o rally her dignity,"!
never tako tho lead in lovo matters,
though 1 am a designing widow, 1 will
' think over your declaration of love
and give you your answer when I havo
undo up my mind," and with this
scant encouragement poor Hathaway
was obliged lo ho salislled, and went
to his room wishing that Hurl's lady
love had been in Zululand when she
copied that poetry. Mrs. Clifford in
her room laughed softly to herself
over the affair. "Such a deliciotisly
absurd mistake," she said. "He's come
to the point humbly enough through
its means however, and 1 know he'll
make a good husband, but 1 must pay
him back for the way tio has Ireutou
mo before the others, ami thou I'll bo
propii ions and smile upon him to his
For fortnight sho kept Hathaway
on Iho verge of despair. At tho cud
of that lime she accepted an invitation
to ride with him, next appeared with
a handsome ring on her foreliuger, and
the household soon knew them as en
gaged lovers. Miss Raymond grew
fairly green with jealously, and said
spiteful things about widows which
made Mrs. Ciillord sinilo when they
wore repeated to her.
A year afterward Rert introduced
his wife to Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway
and the four indulged in a laughing
reminiscence over tho past. "1 am
sure 1 never dreamed what important
results were to flow from that littlo
fancy of mine," Myrtlo said laughing.
"Yes, it secured you a husband, and
nearly lost mc a wife," said Mr. Hath
away. "There was a fortnight of my
life that I fell anything but friendly
toward you, young lady."
"Yes, all Ins spito against mo was
concentrated on you," laughed Mrs.
"Everything isall satisfactory now,"
said Rcrt in a relieved tone, "and tho
sequel is brighter for tho misunder
standing. As for us," looking atMyr
tlo, tho course of our love ran as
smoothly as a gentle flowing river."
"Which show it isn't true love,"
said Mrs. Hathaway, teasingly."
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Ii. Ileniliielie., Slek lieailii, li.-n, Vi-rl Iko,
HI. Iv .iepia, PIIIoiik Moiiilieh, - - - ,'Jf.
II. hopiireaneil or I'liinlol I'l rioiln, .S
I'i U fllle. Ion i rolnv rermil. -
i t Crooii, CoiiL'h. Iiolieiili I'.r.'atlilne.
II. hall Itlielim. Kryipi lac. Kruplloim,
Hi li-terniol in-,i loll. Ieer, AniiPH,
Ii. I'lli. Kliiel or l li i 'in,..-, .Mi
11. Catarrh a.-nie orchioiile: Iiiduenza, :tt
M limiiiotf t'iMiiill, lol. nl I o)i:lin, .'ii
.'I. I.elO rill llellitilV. l liyri l W.;iklleM4, ,'t
. S.-rmn . Ilehllilv. M'erinutnrrheit. I.m
ii I rinar endue.. U eiinii.-Hie I:, ,, d
lie.i.e nl I he Henri, lalpilalloli, I.m
l-or kiiIi- o .Inii-isoreh! I the ra.-...
or-.ltlKle l.ll fr, of eliari:,'. oli rerelol of
nrlee. s lei tor Dr. HiiiMiilirev ' Hook on
lieae. Ve .. n i i I '."' ii, alMi llliilraled
..live, hiifiiiitire loiiM-oinllile
.Med. lo.. SOU tulluu bl.. ork.
la llliellllllill.nl, I : In n m:il n- ) HUH.
Ih porff-llr I'Mtf. I'r(vnr'Uiir,..Hh rn ly hn.li
pit nit-tl '' il rti ii"nti- in ifn- w.f l l (it .1 lnL'fi-'t
awsr'1 nt I'i VS'.-ri'i' F i -... t,. . f tt i .1 litis -7
bulJ () : iXiv.i'Ws. W U MCUILFFClIM 4C0 M 7
Jl ir?iouj nf, .i,
njn He"!onj Hc'orfI
DR. KLINE SGREAT
rurt f"T i'llf. J-1'ibnt'j and Aen J'ft:tir'S.
NfAi liiii.s if t.iM-n a. linriel. A Ftti'i.t': r
itrsiiny fiis. 1 rcnilh' af.-l tz trial Uittlefnio
Kit 0101,'titA-thPV lui MiL'eTl,r,..5aL'F. SeTifl narn..
Ki I'. . an. I ni.ri s tuMre-t to Im.. K LINK.' f
ttlihont m''P-lnii. ALLAN'S Por.mi.K MPDI.
J'ATF.D Hut (jili.S. J ticuteil Oclodcr 1, lt
ho. 1 will Mire any rune fn f.iqr d.it. or !..
No. 2 will i-jre 1 Ne newt oliH.nale ca', lei iniitu-r
Of hiiw loiiK'taiidmi;.
No iiaueou ilom 1 of cntili. ropalha nr oil of
inil'tlwoit, llmt are eert.nn 1-. j.r eluei. 'Iy;' l"-
y 0' niroyinu tin- roiling of Hie n..''ieti, No
yriiiL'eorainiii;e!it uyia Uoai w prouute otlie.r
I'rire t M. ml. u lit ALL DUt'tiCISTii, or
Diaileil of receipt ol prire.
Kurf Imt rartn ular send f"r elrrnlnr,
V. 11. It- XOSI. J C. ALLAN ( O.. hi J,,i,n Stri-Mt.
We offer ISO n ar. for any car : thi r will Dot
4ulc.k.efe and nure cure.
(ir I mly that "'nil-11 lie tr
ml'tn III rm-r. ehoine,.
Uuiii! t'rtr l"j If'ii. that
may prove the teipiiif-ntoae In a life ef niri-em.
Ill enpeei.illv in-line, I to lliuHewho hue ri ached
the foot of t'lie hill. A'llre .M. Vot NO, 17
Urecuwich Street, New l urk.
THE FAMlLr HAND BOOK :
I llll, lir'll'. AMI Mil.-- f'll 'II IF. MII.I.MVj
IihJ p.nl.i. U 1'tnit.r,, ,!nl,, M... I 'f fr.ot,Ji
lu.liil,l, nt III. Si, k, H, I. II-. U l, lie,' I. I. ll n.. k.. r,.
l-i wi. S' itit.n '''!', A IJr.w J. 11. Id'iaKLXT,
141 Auulh lli lr..l, lliwiltu, N. .
It t:t. . f.,r r f r .
'H U'JH . UV
vnl'iliKl. n... I
K'.lU., 111. .Utli
1 m yy
i.u-i-i. in, 1 V.i It
v lit. K. It.
MEDICAL COMMON SENSE AND PLAIH HCM TALE.
on R. n.fulu, H-t. if V-n
Bfil W. men, trul All rtir-intf
tmifiiU, w Ih tdnrvi-lrm .of
tlirif'trHMlily. A.ltlrr-. l.ir
riv H''l Vuh C.( Uo (.,
cw Vork City,
tlfiil .til.!).itv ; ltrtl in fttif
In nlr f'.r i un 11, N Tt"Ab
km v, IM lit- Ihk , New Vork.
-Miiilileiiiiit y. nml le-iornainoniienrv. ur" a'i'i '-' t
III vnttl III Iw.-ll'v toltilllel. I'rtru.tl Al.l rein tlu
Nl?l- KNil.AM'ilKIlVAl lNolli'LiK,lli'iroiuui
r rna (tamt tor t.-aiaioF""-
1im,.m,n. it...,, tii.w.. 1 v.M. ,.. a. n. a. fur examination
Ilreeeh.!,oillti(f Phot Oun. IR to Double Hint
!tiuH.ltiil.'l. HlnirleUunH.flloCJO. KltleS.I'Jto
7B. iuvolver. 1 to fJT.. Hend for re" niiilratr-il
:alloniie. I.IUiAX WKCltliSi Q1H wuiilia,
WALL ST, SS
I'rolltitioiii I'rtnt-tinlmiiiniiitiwl. Aiiilre WAIIH
CO. ,1 uuikeni di llrultiiin, Kxcluuijio I'lmu. New "rk.
To Nervous Ntill'eieih -'1 lie (.real Hin'opetni lie;''-nlv-Hr.
.1. H. MiiipoirNpeeille Meillrlne.
llr. J 11. SlmpHon'H Siei:iile Medicine I a poi
tlve turn for Spermatorrhea, linpotenry, Wealitie
und all illenf ri'Mih ii Irimi helf-Ahiice. ii Ner
von Itehllltv, Irrltiililllly. Mental Anxlely, l.iinu'iior,
l.altilile, ItepreHcion ofspirllH and functional de
rannetnent ol'llie Nervoti Svi'in uenerallv l'liln
III Hack or Side, J,o nf Meiium-. Premature hl
A).'o and lieioe
that lead to Con
ty and an early
(rave, or holh.
No matter how
Khalliireil t h e
ytem may lie
from excfe of
any kind, u hort
conro of till tnedieiiie will renture I lie lo!
tliiiin and procure heaitii and liuppineH. where he
forn wa (feponilency and t'looin Th" Speelltc
Medlclnt) I hcll.e, until with wondeiltil KHfi
ratntililel ent free to all. Write for tUum nun
tret full parllriiliir, ,
l'rlee, Hpec.lllc. Jil.tKt per pnckiife. or ' 1I:K;
am for jri.no. Will lie ent hy mail on receipt
liiotiuT. Addre all order,
.!. II. HI MI'HON'H AlltlllC'INIC CO.,
No. 104 ud Hit) Mulu St., Iluiralo, N. l
Articles from put
VBC'llll( U'll to
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline- Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
ra luytrliir la to; ilmlUr oaf i.
An airreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
and Diphtheria, etc
of all oar goods.
NKW ADVKIl'f fSK.M K.N'I'S.
t i VU91 " fl""1': to :i'.' Stop. Pi-
Ulllli.inAN Sl;'' 1'apetfrelt.
llWeHI prlee ever known
on uiwi'ii i.)ini)-r,
itlll)-. Ullll lt'ttlllf.
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
1 at Krcatly re lueeil ,rir.
j ."-''iui Mump for our .New
... . , jijniratiii t it I aloe tie ( )i
I'. 1'OW ELf.it HOS.aai M aiu Mi u, I, (.'IN ( IN N Al 1. 1 j.
In lovta, Kiinni', Nehra.-ktt and Miniieinitii
FOIl HA I Ji!
(ireat hitraln pi YKAIf'S 'MM K on thrett
fourth of the piin hlii-e inniii y. Inti-rei-l H per
cent. 1'nrt i. h liiteiinliii: In m m-ih! for llt.
State liiralltv in which iandare defln il.
.1. K. 1.1. MIKIiWOC'll, 11.') Itroailwiiy, New York.
ASK YOI K lllll HI. 1ST Ktili
Dr. 0. lliolps Jhwn's
Hie Lt'iuliii Mt'tlicinc of t lie
Hi ptorative A-f Imilatit. - Kor tin- relief uui euro
of ad iierMiii di'eafen
AenMiin r.a!am - An imfai:ii,e rt m, (y in Throt
aud l.l.lu't ,.lll.ttllilr.
Illond I'urtlh-r. - Kor the removal (Jf Scrofula and
all Impurities from the )it ui.
Liver lini.'orutor - -A nitnlri cure for Torpidity of
the Liver ant it aliu.'loi.l tii-en., ,. .
Ih rl. ill );i. tne lit - Ima'imt.l.' for Wouin llruia
en. Serolu lui.r fjier. S'tail p. Ll.ei.inalic nlUc
Keiiovaliiii; I'il'. -1 V he.t pi.i e. r ina.le for l;U
ioiime" and Coiiti.alioit.
M ile K. m Vertiiif'je.- plea.itM and cf!,-, ti;B
remedy for the removal of orui.
Suipoitor;e-Will pee(jr.v cure the worrt t:ui:
of loti rnul and Lxt rtial l'tli
Wotidland i'.a'm A pun lv Veee'ul,;,- ,,ir I.)r. .
inir; will priimo'e s:o. ti: of hair and remote ail
dtheui-ci- ol Ihe hcji . p.
A full tleeript I'll of tt em- Veil it'il.i-t, with !lt
iiieroi. te:iiii..i.ilc. wiil lief.n.nj m i,ur Miake-i-pcreHti
Aiii.iti.ae for 11, ituvv ready, aiil for
warded VliVA) )Y MAIL!
to all wtio -end td'ir a !dri' to. I. (iihi-ou lliuwrj
No. i.iatid t . J'-r- ) City, N.J.
X. It. -AifriiN wanted. Sent! Vr lar-.
.MKllli A L.
Y Hit LOWS'
r I) If 1)
t j. " ;.
u 1 11 u 1
PiTiiiiitme Decline, Etc. Etc
I'reniiiture Decline; ('0111 niptinn ; Ilrochltl ;
Ai-lhma; lileeilin' from the l.iina' Palpitation,
Kechlenei". and interrupted Action of the Heart:
Dull or Slui'i-h Action of the Liver; Dyspepsia;
l'liitiiteni e. anil all Wa-tlim D!caen; Wt-akue
and Tn inhlii u of the Limit, and Want of Vitality
in any Or.-iui, ordUwe-c caued hy i:tli want of
AliK ALL Sl CCKSSn i.i.y and kapidly
ti:i:.ti:d uvthis hk.mkdy.
DU. IIOWKS TKSTIMONY.
Pittsi'iklii. Mk.. M irck.'.'l. 78
Mil. Ja.uk I. I'KI .low,
in ar Sir, -Dor iittthe pat two year, 1 navtt
l ...... 1 - on eit Svrll o of II vliiitihohllti ilett tt
la!r tliouh Homewloit evere trial 111 toy urartieu,
and am utile to ieK wiiu conmienct- in 11 eueci.
I.. .......: .11 If.. ri 11,. from em iteiitf i. i, ntnl
.,, t,l, n K 1" ,' 1 : , ,T, , , ' i'i , : ,
lite Oelillliy l)llowie .- ,,.,,:
11. r 1 riiii.iiiin iv re, ,1111 iiieiiu ure in un unci:-
tloha of tin. throat and lnuir In everal cio-oh
considered liol''li"-It Ktveii relief, and the,
iihiI. ni- art! fast recoveriii!;. Aiiioiil' thete are
ul. tiu 11 tt il old hroiiclilal Niiliiecl. u-Iioh
tllM'tt.se have relieu lite inner MllMien m t iren.-
. . ... .1 .1 ..r . - .r
inent. Kor tmpairen m l-.-hi 11 hi , itnti in met ",r "J
lilllv from anv caiie, I kiiow ol nolhini; ei"al n
. 1 1. :.ii... 1.. 1 ., nervon
ll. II llireri en. ,., in ru . ii. iim iiu,K .... - -
Vtem, renderJt nitiii)le fro the mii.iorlty ol Hl-
eite. j uni, rir, your irniy, .....,,., ,.
W.M. H. Iiun e., ."
jyr-Do not he deceived hy remcrile heanmr a
lnillar name; no tuner prei"o"-
Klitute for thl. under any clri'iiiotnnce.
HOLD HY ALL pKlHiUISTB.
KAJIS fok tii e MILLION!
ir..n riino'H Jlalsani ot Muirk h Oil
Positively Hetorethe Ilearlni!, and I the Only
1 0111. . ij , fur Ilea lien known
ThlaOll I extracted from a peculiar teele of
1 va-1. 1 1 11 SharK. caiieut 111 tue lenow .-eu,
IIS wereXeovered hy a lliiddh,! Prlct ahout
ltllrK ..... tu riiri'ii uitii hii utitiinritllH mill
nanv o eeinllil.'ly tniiaciiloii. that tho remedy
1 olllclally proclaimed over the entire Kmplio.
u .ie hec.ame o 111 Iver-al that for over 3ini yearn
no tlenfene ha f xltcd aniotii? the Chiuc,. p.-o-
hi. Sent, chariie prepaid, to any addre at Jl tier
liottle. , . ... 1Uvr,i,.e .,
UIIIV lllipi'lieu OJ " " '"" ,1,,
ik nth foil AMKittcA. T Dey St., New York.
II viltni" I-
rhitrneter aholulo, a the writer can ieronall,V
etll'v. Ix'tli from experience and ohervatloti.
.. . nut ii.t.itiitHt trililthle nil, I Itu nil ,.at 1 1i,
Antona tne lining leien-rs in me "cvit-wiu ou
part anifati' liter ol the countrv, It I prohiihle that
littmheraare nllltcted with tleahieKi. and to nieli It
may he mild: "Write ut once to Iliiylock A Co., 7
Dev Hlreet, New York, enelii:iiK 1, and you will
,. . 1... U..1..H.I M ........la. ll.-.l ...lit ......t.lll Villi fit
receive oy reuii "., 1, iIIMi win vu..... , -
I,,,., HL11 iinvhodv e tc. and w hoB ciiratlvo elleetH
will he peruiunent. You will never re-iret doln
rl,"r.uiior "i itev, j , rn. leroaut'i" ....nun.
Bopt. 85th, WH).
m)r vim g i
0hn En nffh
a wis i'.fit'df
k 1. 1 ?.' r-i