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FOR LOVE ALONE.
ItY M. K. M.
Oriihunod, iilont! in llio wiily world,
with none left to love, none to protect
Iiit. A snd, it weary lot, tt blank out
look for oik,' who till' within it fuw short
hours ago luid ni'vcr known what it
wa-s to hiivu a wish tiniri'iililicil, n desire
uufullilleil, ami now --nlas! all things
were changed; nothing reiuaineil to
llerjl Staunton hut. tint memory of a
vanixhed jtast which made her wide,
brirltt vym wear a mournful i'xjuvs
sion. One week hinee she li:nl stood
hy her father's jrnive, and to-day she
had been reading a message she h;td
found ainont his papers. It was a
lament that he iiiusl leave her without
Ktiilahlo provision. Mo reproachful
thought hail cnlei'ed into her mind a.s
she read, hut it was a painful problem
lo Hie delicately-nurtured ;irl a.s lo
what she should do to support herself.
Sho was well educated, but her youth
would hi! against. Iter in trying to ob
Tin! inoniinj; paper lay upon the ta
ble. !Slie took it up ami glanced over
the advcrtisi'inents. Out- ui traded her
intention. It was for a hoiisekceper
and companion for an old lady, Meryl
decided to apply for it. Ma! 'had kept
house, lor In r laihcr, ami the servants
had been rcspcciliil and obedient, Shu
was surely eoiiipcteiii for inal position.
So the iiel, morning she brusla-d her
wavy brown locks into prim, .v.liny
hinoiifhiiess, put on her phiin black
walking sail, and went lo the aildic-s
given in lue uiper, a lare, imposing
mansion, faring Hyde l'aik. A f.,i
man. in Ii!iii..miiii- but oinbie livery,
upelietl the .n.r.
iti rvl gtue him her card, and ho
showed her iuin (he diawin-rooui.
Tli.'ii he liinviil iioi-,.ii".sj aw;i, snoii
lo return an. I H.-.L Kt r into ttiu library,
where tt gent ii man was sealed t'cadiiic
aloud to i.n old lad. n
lie n im! lo meet IJeryl as she entered,
and s;iid, glain-ing at her card:
"Miss Siuiiiiton, hrlicve. (ct inn
introdmie you to my mother, Mm.
Drunmioiid.'' 'I'hcn,' with a cluiuo
from trraviiy to p':i fulness in his torn-,
he coniiiiticl: "Now, oung lady, what
is the errant this lime a cotili'ibutioti
for St. Luke's, or for the sick children1!
excursion? You see,'' he said, turning
with a smut! to his mother, "the only
time we are favored with the presence
ot the gentler sex is warn they conic lo
make an appeal for some pet charity."
Heryl flushed deeply as she made
haste to correct her error.
"Sir," she said, "you are mistaken.
I should have sent word by the man. i
called in answer to your ad'verl iscment."
For an instant t here was an embar
rassed pause, then Ilcrvl went on.
"1 know that, my youth is against me;
hut I never had any trouble in manag
ing my father's household, and now
thatthat hi; has left Hie, I -I thought
1 eouldeould do that best."
The girl's heart seemed to rise in her
throat, and choke her. She, could
scarcely finish the sentence, began so
Mr. Drummond was sorely perplexed.
He turned to his mother. She under
stood his look of appeal, and came to
"My dear," she said, "it would be
too onerous a position, for a girl like
you to take charge of this large house,
and of tint many servants reipiired to
keep things moving along smoothly.
But I would like very much to have
that sweet, young voice read over the
thoughts of my favorite author tome.
Would you like to come and cheer up
an old woman's lonely hours?"
Uervl took the soft, "old hand extend
ed to jut, and raised it to her lips.
"1 could spend my whole life with
you," she said earnestly.
"Thanks, dear; now go homu. and
make your arrangements. Come when
you like, the sooner the better."
Ho Iieryl found a home. She entered
upn her duties in the budding May.
time. A year passed swiftly away, and
the spring months glided ou into golden
Juno, when, one morning, Mr. l)rum
moral said to her:
"I am ttlwut to make a change, Miss
Beryl's heart sank down like lead In
her breast, as her imagination rushed
on In advance to supply the ending of
Lis sentence. Was lie going to send
litr awayP But she breathed freely
ngaiu as ho went ou.
"I am about to bring the young ward
of whom you have heard us speak so
often Miss Norrays home from board-ing-scbool.
Sho in a pleasant girl, and
I hopo you will bo huppy in each otli
cr's itociciy. i wish to thank you, now,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1891.
before this house will echo to the huuih:
of another youii'' voice: for tho happl
ness you have brought into it by your
devoted kindness biiu uuennon lo my
old mother; and you must not think
you will be less needed when Clara
His words seemed like ati answer to
the thoughts running riot in Beryl's
uiiiui. ieiti.1 iunui:u iw uui vca, aim
trembled upon their long lushes. Her
usually pale cheeks flushed to a bril
"Ah! Mr. Drummond," sho rutir
mured, "if 1 could only tell yon how
happy you have made mo. It would
breuk my heart to leave hero whoro you
have all uc.cn so kiiiu to inc.
"And you shall not must not think
of such a tlnng. uare win uoou you
almost as much as my mother does."'
And Beryl was content.
Clara Norrays proved to bo a bright,
sweeUenipered girl, who made tho wido
halls and spacious rooms ring w ith fun
and frolio. She had no great depth of
character, ami shocked Beryl by think
ing Mr. Drummond her legitimate prey,
as she bad done all male creatures since
her babyhood. Sho was a born flirt,
Had sho used ner wiles upon anyone
less exulted than was Mr. Drummond
in Beryl's eyes it would not have seem
ed so strange. But to hoar her talk of
his being "a splendid catch," and that
the girls ul school had told her sho must
set her cap for him, or "for his estab
lishment., which was the same thing, as
it went with him," jarred upon her lis
tener's sensitivo nature.
"Do veil mean," said Beryl, gravely,
"that you would marry Mr. Druiiiniond
because lie is rielir
"Most certainly, if I ever get tho
chance," laughed (Mare: "(hough, as
lo lliat, he's the handsomest man 1
know, with that sad face, and those
elegant, dark eyes. I sujipose you are
enough in tint eunlidence of the family
lo have been told why Mr. Druiumouil
Is a bachelor? You know his betrothed
wife died on the very day appointed for
their wedding, ami ' that he has been
faithful to her memory ever since."
Clare did not wait for an answer, but
danced away, humming a merry tune,
leaving Beryl's heart full of lender,
pitying sadness at the thought of tho
sorrow which had shadowed the early
life of her benefactor.
From this time n new interest center
ed around Mr. Drtunuiond. Almost
unconsciously Beryl grew lo study that
handsome, high-bred face. Once he
turned, aUractcd by the magnetism
which tells one -of a steady gaze, and
met Beryl's eyes. She lowered them,
blushing and confused, as though de
h'cb'd in a misdemeanor.
She was conscious of a new and
strange pain when (Mare, in her child
ish, petting way would lay her rosv
check against her guardian's, and ask
his mother and herself to admire the
was fond of riding upon horse
back, and it was Mr. Druinmund's fav
orite amusement. So it came about that
Beryl Staunton would school herself to
stand with smiling lips to sec them
mount and start oil' together. One day
Mr. Driinunond said jestingly:
"I am growing to ho a boy again,
Miss Staunten, under Clare's leader
ship." As Beryl answered, she looked very
fair and calm, standing framed in the
massive doorway, but her thoughts ran
"Next he will tell me that he h:w ask.
ed her to be his wife. Ah, if sho werO
only more worthy of him!"
But- when next she saw him, hn was
(to all appearance lifeless) brought in
to the house by careful hands, and laid
upon acimcli, which hail been hurried
ly improvised, in the librarv, until the
extent of his injuries could bo ascer
tained. Beryl's pale face was the only sign of
agony she sullcrcd, at seeing her bene
factor thus stricken down, from exu
berant life to as sho thought - death.
Clare gave way to groans and sighs;
but Beryl, trueii her helpful nature,
saw that everything was doii" for his
comfort, and gave orders to the terror
stricken servants to keep all knowledge
of the sad accident from the aged
mother, until the doctor's arrival, when
they could know the extent of the sun's
"Beryl, will you think if heartless in
me, if I go to 'my room and leave you
alone?" said poor, shivering Clare. '"I
am sure 1 shall faint if I stay here, look,
ing at that, ghastly face,"
"No," said Beif 1, touching her cold
lips pityingly to the frightened girl's
blanched cheek. "Co and lie down. I
will tell you what the doctor says as
soon as possible after he conies."
('hire crept subdiiedly away, ami
Beryl was alone wiih the nioiioulfs
form of him she loved - yes, loved. She
knew it now, though k'nowing at. the
same time what a hopeless love it must
Sho went and stood by hini, and
gazed long upon his face. Then yield
ing to an uncontrollable impulse, she
bent and nresscd a lingering kiss iiiuui
the white lips, murmuring:
"Oh, my master! If it could have
been my worthless life instead of one so
She started back in dismay. He
moved opened his eyes and looked
"Where am 1?" he said faintly.
"What has happened?"
Then he saw Beryl, who stood her
face dyed with crimson blushes - shrink
ing away from his glance; conscious
only that he was alive, and that she
hail kissed him!
But his next words -rattihl ing and
diseonnocted, reassured her. lie was
not, fully conscious.
As she listened her heart heat thick
Ho murmured a name, and-it was
"Little Beryl!" he whispered. "Lit
tle, pale, nure Beryl!"
Then with a start ho came to himself,
"Beryl-Miss Staiinlon-is that youP
hat lias happened? Ah, 1 remember;
I was thrown. Am I hurt badly P" Ho
triod to raise himself, but fell buck
with a groan'.
With an effort Beryl said ciilinlv, try
ing to keep her voice from shaking:
"I hopo nou Wo have sent for the
doctor, mid ho will souu c here."
For a few moments Kdgar Drummond
remained in deep thought. Then ho
"Miss Staunton- Beryl! I must speak
now whl'.o I have tho opportunity'. You
nine f;rotva ery onar to mel so dear
that tno thought of your future fills me
with pain. Don't bo Martlod it is no
new thought tp me, although It may
seem so stratigo to you. I can leave
you my numo, and my fortune when I
am laid away out of sight ."
Beryl interrupted him by a convulsive
burst of sobbing. JJven her self-re
strained nature could bear no moro.
"Do not die," nho cried. ''Live live
for me! Life w ithout your presence
would be a worthless gift to mo."
A look of intense joy came Into his
eyes as he listened to her passionate
"So little Beryl loves mo," ho mur
mured. "I will try "
A ghastly white spread again over
brow, cheek and chin, and he wont olf
into unconsciousness again just as tho
doctor drove up to the door.
Ho did not (lie. Hope, and a good
constitution, added to tho doctor's exer
tions, conquered, and, in a few weeks,
lie was again as well as ever.
Then tho fashionable world was
thrown into a flutter by a gay wedding;
and as tho assembled guests saw the look
of intense happiness upon Beryl's face
"It was for love, not for wealth that
sho married him. Ho should be a hap
And ho was happy; for he loved, and
was beloved. Ami what richer gift for
mortals does fato hold within her grasp,
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MLYUt fltOAL AT TUt YXU.IH lATOhlTlOM. COLGATE & C'0.,N.Y.
Ar ANTKD.- Matiufiii'iiiriiiu mnrern vmiila a
Iiii-iiii"-h n mi ii In Cairo, nn 1 1 never) city mot al
rondv Ink. II.) A le.v liiini.ieil (lolliirs 'nei-essary to
pay for c Hitts on il. liv. ry nl ( r orders have l.i'i'n
sunired fur tho same, (id per month profit
Riiar.nit' d, 'I tut in. v-t i hkiiiii! iiiveKtiuation
solicited A S AKNiil.lt ,t CO, corner 1'lrat
titreel and l!i oinhuiy. I'mnklyn, N, V
THE MILD POWER
jHuuinliruvs' Homeopathic Specifies
iTiivni rioni nnipix ex.erii ni'i' an enure
Hii. ei sr. himi.le. I'ri.ln.l. Cllleli lil. nml
fj lli'llaliie, in. , are uie uhiy nn .lleiliia
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list eitix, ii-ai. n .s. eruK. riiirit
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. r, iiiu , oi ii-. r i r.-i it i nn . 'i i niuina,
4. Iliiirrhen ef lill.lii n or A.IiiIih.
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n. Cholera Morhu., .huiiiiik, .
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II. hiiiiire.H..l or fiiliilnl reriixla, . .
lv. line., I. mi pri't'i-e l'eriM.l. . . .'jr,
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II. S.11II lllieiiin. Kr ri.. l is, 1 r ' 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 .-i , .i",
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orMllle 1 11. Ir. . of i lutrv.'. nil r. .' ll.t l.f
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Cnliil.ii.'iie, I It Kh.
A. Mr. ... Il.iii.i.lirev.' I.iniei,.nllilr
Mi'd. t o., lO'.t l ulluu si., .Vw lurk.
J.ESTEY& C5 BflITTLEBORO Vl
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v n scmrrtLiN tto s i
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J Fjl DR. KLINE'S GREAT
.. tj v-r Nehve RESTOner
"r u' Hit IN 4 .Npihk lii-i.ur.i. I'lJumr.
r...r .r ;.'. i.j7 and .tri J tl.,
N!.l.ll IK if t it. I, ii, iliri-('l. X.i f.l.af'.r
lir.lmy nw. Tr.'a'in at..l tl trial Uitllefr. tt
l itfal,. titi.ihcv .ayuur.r. a.:f, N-nd n-uii.-.
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No. 1 will rr.ru af.rra-r ii f..iir -1,u or .
No. I HI rut- Ii,.- t:i.,.i ol.l.ii.i t , i, Mla'.t..r
Of how l'.iii,'urnl,.,.
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Jin.l itlwood. ilnii i. r.i.n i . i rn.iue-i .).i.,-r,. .
ft ..Irriroyiim lue r.,-,uiikm of ti, ,t.mm,i
ayniuia or ir;i,i.-.i,, ihj, uoih Ui prxiuve oUi. r
irii -:uii. mii u hv ALL UlllViOISTS,
Cialluil.it ri-CTli t of nr:"t..
Forfr her urti. m n Ken.1 f.p cirenlM"
.": I tlfta. J f. ALLAN d.,i.i. Mnt
cw V irk.
Weotli r JU rcwar.l f ,r l car i
yuU.'i, lafe and aurc euro.
l.'irj will not
( ir I-,. Iv Hi it s, ti i ii. in. -if
a. Mr. a. nl r, r. i',em.un:.
thitiir h'r.t . Mill, that
tnay pn.ve the tepilni;-.iin- in a life of aarepaa.
Ill ro-H-mlly al..;!ej to thoae h.j hv r r. ar.hi'.l
the f oi t of tl:.' lull. A'I'Irir-i M. l'.i
tireenwiih Street, .New York.
THE FAMIL HAND BOOK !
I. OU. HI.. 1,1 A N'li H "I Mil 1HK. Mll.l.fiiSi
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A.1J1.M i, II. MiaKLKI,
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p.J I;..-., .iiv, lu 1 'f
vnit .l.j. ii. t,, l,y if, Ii.
I'.m.u, lite .i,ti,..rif
MEDICAL COMWCN SENSE B PLAIN HOME TALK.
on Vn.fnin, f.it ot Mca
,.'ih'M, , i tJiv I'viiifiicM nt
Id.' rr-inbliiiv. AdiJrfM Mtir-
mv M") I'liii. va,, iwi
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VI'l. N Tlnl,
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TAT) hi th tt ). UrinnvuBiiynru't
lUlie tit'itdity IniiH.fMii.-T, antl
MiHiiT-'Miiiv, mi J i''-i"rosi,iO(!Lrn'v,flrrt "! v'U'f
pf '"itli In lifv rti'Hitrw, 1'rlc.', ft i it. A ''iri'-si Uw
M W lA'til.A I) UJvUlCAL i.sallitllkliiuuiu
Scn.l lUmii for CaUln.
Killo,Slioll)uu, lvuvolvtn,Mnta.o.d. fnruniinaiiua
Ilrspch l.oadl"ir8hot0nra,tlfltn.'ti.l. DouhleKhnt
illIlR.HU.)IWj. Sill:le(iutl. ltO.'0. ItllleS, UO
hi'll'l Kir irei. iniiHTrai.:'!
YVtSTUW Ul'.N WOUKH.
IN HTIMJKH. Sli.t.i
l'riitltjiiiMiTl'rlii. lliriiariu.l.-, .1. A.t.lnws WAItl'
CO.,llaukurn& llrukuin,K) I ji luuiifu I'liuu.New XurlL
To Nervoiia Ktillerera -'lli t.r ul Hiii'nii'aii lie;'-,
("tlv-lir. .1. tl. siiii'.-iiiK spi i-ilif Mi'iHrlne,
Dr. J.H. rtltiiprtiira Spei'ini' Jledlclue Is a posi
tive curii for Speninilori hi a, linpoleiiey, Weakness
and all illseases rer iillinirtrom Neir-Ahnsa, aa Ner
youallclillllv, Iriiiiihlliiv. Menial Anxiety, I.auuiior,
Lassitude, Depresrioii ofSplrllsand fiirieliiinnl do
ranemeiits of the Nei vous System eenerally I'alns
In lliu k or Hide, l,o f Memnrv, I'leniiiture old
n!ii linn Kiseiisea
thai lead to Con
ly and an early
L'rave, or hotli.
No mailer how
shattered I h e
system may he
from excesses o
any kind, a shoii
courau of this ineiii. in.. .u lost luuc'
tlona anil iiroeuie in u tl. and hnpplni'ss, whero hit
for., whs deapo ml, ni y mill elooiti Tim SperlllC
M(llclii la lien,), used with wonderlill mo
ot. 1'amnlitets sent fri. t all, Write fur Miem and
Ifet fall iHittl. iiiurH,
1'rlee, NpiTlilc. $.,cn per piirkii.'r.or x pack
tinea for 0.V1KI. win he sent by mall on reci'lpt 'I
Iiiotiny. Address nil orders,
.1. B. hIMI'NON'H MKIlICINK CO.,
Noa. 104 slid 1IK1 Main 8t,. llull'alo, N. T.
Road sUmti for Calalnans. Hfcjr'
r mm m mm x -
i ii r iiy
n m m m m m
lUtHli;. liuiu .urt
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
r mpirlur III an iUbIIw at
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
Ot friTH 1 DAT
and Diphtheria, eto
of all our goods.
VU,n '.' to :n Mops. II-
Address HAM hi. ! . UKATTV,
, nn uiui.Mi ii . if .
1 .owcn prle.4 ever k nnwn
Stlllia, mii.I Ilea ol tr,,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUM
m ifreally reuueeil prlcii.
' S' ii.1 iiiiii f..r our New
v. row eli, sos.ass Miu M,t. " i ln. li n. "!
In l.iHii, Kim. lis, Nehra-ka and Jliiii.e.ota
ire.it l.arpiliis. In VKAII'S TIM V. nn ihree
lotirtlis ol the piin hase n.Hiiey. Int. rest S pi r
cent. Turtles Inteiiiiiiii; lo eo ni si, set d for llrta.
Mule In. alliv in which ianil. are ill .iri d
.1. K. o. MlhhWoul), u.i ilr..aiia, Ni York
ASK Vol H lllM'iit.IST l uli
Dr. 0. Phelps Jirown's
Tho Leading Mi'dicinc of I lie
If. st.iratlvi' Aslmllai:t.- Kor the
of ail ueryi.ua dls. apes
r.lhf and cure
Ai iualn r.!"am - An unfailing n rnti'v In Throat
Blood i'urif.i r.-Kor the removal of Scrofula ud
all Impurities Irotn tlm sysliin.
I.lv.-r Invlirorator -A rirtaln cure fur Torj lilitv of
the l.iv. r ani Its attt i.uant diseases
llerlal Olnttu. iit - luaalual l.- for WomiiV linils-t-s.
hcrofuli.iis rii.-is. S ia;i s, l;l.i t,n,tn Mlic-
Ueriovatini; Tills -'1 1. I.r-t pill ever n.adv for l!ll
ioUMie.a and ( iT.pt, j.atli.n.
Male Kern Vernilftiire. A. pl.-asai.t and iff.ui;al
rein. dy for tin. nuiuval of worms.
Stippusltor i - Will speedllv . tire the nt.rrt .ores
of Internal ai.d tt.n.al 1'ii. s
Wooillanil Ila'ni A .itrelv V. i'.'tal,!e Hair Dr.-s-Inc:
ill promote in, , ),i;;r hM riiuoteall
di-. api a ol th'j a. alp.
A full description of tl ( M. t!ii-i,, s, with nn
iiierous t. piiui. nlal.. i .i f.ii,t,,l in our sbaki
spereati Alluuiiac for 11, now rea.lv, at.d f,.r
warii.'d FJMIE HY MAIL!
to all hi) send their adtlr. to J (ilhtion T.ionn
No '.'1 limiid si , ,1. rey City, N. J.
A trciils waiitt il.
fir ul iirs
Send fi.r jtiu-
k lL llr,-.
m 1 K U P
Preniiilure Dcclino, Etc. Etc
Trenatnro Decline; Cinsumptlnn; Ilrochltls;
Asihma; Illeedini; from tha l.tilia- Talpltntioii,
Keelileni Sh and iriterrupled Action of the Heart:
Dull or SliiL'k'i'h Actum or th Liver; fi.ispepsla;
I'laliilence, and all Wa.tirtK IHseases; Weakness
and Tremhlitu; of the Mmhs, and Want of Vitality
In niiy Or'iui, ordlsiiiso caused by such want of
AUK AM. SCCCKSSrn.I.Y AND 1IATIDLY
TliKATKD 11YTI1IS I.E.MEDY.
I). IIOWKS TESTIMONY.
I'lTTsriKi.D, Mk., M rch.'l. TH
Mn Jamk I. Kkii-ows,
Ii, at Sir. Dnr nu the past, two years. I ham
.-hen your Compound hvrupof Ilvpoiihnnililtes a
la'r thoiiLfh somewhat severe trial in mv nrae Men.
ai.d am al'lt" to siieak with ronfld. lice of its effect.
In reslorlnu person snip rliic from i maciallon and
the dehllily foilowmi! Dlptlicrla it has done won-
lers. I constantly recommend Its use In nil affec
tions of the, throat and limp.. In several case
onslderedhopeless.lt has eiven relief, and tho
patients are fast reroverlni!. Anioiiir these are
eonsiiinptiv.. and old hiotichiul suhlecls, wIhimi
diseases have resisted the oilier mode of treat
ment. Kor impaired diu'estlon.and In fact f. r de
bility from any cause, 1 know ol not hint! equal to
Its direct eii. ct In strcniMhcnlnt,' me nervous
render II sullaiile Iro the majority oi ills
I am. sir, yours truly.
W.M. S. HOWE.M.l).
fythi not be d' Celvrd by remedies Waring; a
similar name; no other prepiirauon is siid
HI. lute for this, under any circumstances.
SUM) IIY Al.M)HUOilSTH.
KA11S koh the MILLION!
Foo CIioo'h IlnlHiiiii of Slmi k'H Oil
Positively llcstorc inn jii nriinr. and la thu Ouly
yvnSOIlll" vuiw ... .,.,11-pi, nnuv.il.
Thl Oil I extracted from a peculiar snecle of
small Whit" Mia. cauL'in in me iciiow sea,
known aa Ciircharodon Kondeletll. Kverychlnesii
n. i.. ..,.,. i know It. Its virtues as a reslnrnlhe ,.r
hearltiK 'Ts discovered by a Huililliisl J'rlest aliout
thu year Ml. It cares wcro so iiumeroiis and
many o secnilnuly miraculous, thai the luinedy
was olllclally proclalmad over tlm entire Kinplre.
i.y nan hecame so ill Ivorsal that for over linn
no doaftini' hasi'xllrd amon the chliie..' pen
jjlii.Hunt, charn prepaid, to any addn sa at f 1 por
10 ' Only Imported by HAY LOCK A CO.,
aot.n auknt Foil amkiih'a. "DtiySt., New York.
It virtue are iiiiiiii'stloiiahlo and Itscurallvu
characl.tr ahsoluto, an I ho writer can pc. sunnily
teatllV, both from experience nml observation.
Among th tiiimv reader uf the i uvl. w in mm
part and am iher of Hut roimlrv. It I probable that
number ant aihVtcd Hh deafness, anil to such it,
may bcald: "Wrllu at once to Ibiylock A Co., 7
l).y Street, Now York, en. losinir St, auilyoiiwlll
recolvu by return a rem. dy that will enablii yon to
hear Ilka anybody else, nnd whose ctiratlvn cllecta
will bit permanent,. You will never regret doln,
ao." Kdllor of NcW York Mercantile Uevlew
Hept. !Wth, 1880.