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THE DAILY CAIRO IIULLKTIN: SATUHIJAV 'MORNING, APJUT. ., 1881.
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A SIEEN'8 LURF
It was it forlorn looking placo in
which to take up onn's abode, but Ar
nold Gcith rather liked it. The small
of the sua had always been a sweet sav
or to his nostril. Its roar hushod him
to sloop like a lnllnb'. Even the lone
stretches of s:md on cither sido, and
the marshes that extended gray and
sullen behind the plain wooden house
to the ridge of low-lying hills in the far
distance had become so familiar to his
?;aze that ho loved thcni like so many
It was a relief, however, when Rachol
Huntley suddenly appeared, one gray
November afternoon, at a fisherman's
eottago half a mile from where ho
dwelt, and he learnt that the girl
would spend the winter on the coast.
Afterwards the weeks sped by quick
ly enough until one. bitter night in
March. Arnold had only to measure
at Btated intervals the temperature, ve
locity of the wind, or the rainfall, and
telegraph tho result to headquarters.
Then he was free to spend the remain
der of his time with ltachnl, or at his
studios, and nftor the advent of the girl
it waa she who proved the Btrongor
magnet of the two.
And so the winter wore on to this
wild March night of which we wish to
The younr man sat dreaming over
the dying lire in his homely little room.
Outside all was darkness. The fog
could almost bo cut with a knifo, and
no sound could bo heard save the deaf
ening roar of the incoming tide.
Suddenly a girl's form stood in tho
open door. Arnold caught a glimpse
of extended hands, and a pale, fright
ened face, and sprang forward.
"Rachel! w hat brings you here?'' he
She clung to him, almost breathless.
"There is a vessel oft" t tie shore, Ar
nold! The fog lifted a little onco, and I
saw her lights. The wind seemed to be
driving her this way."
"Are you sure?"
"Oh, yes. Something must be done."
Arnold's face tiirnoda shade paler.
While- ho hesitated, a hoarse fclioutciune
from ono of his own men outside
"Vessel on the (Jail Rocks."
No time was to be lost. lie sprung
to tho wires, sent a message Hashing to
the nearest station for crews and mor
tars, and in three minutes whs rendy to
"Remain here," he said, hurriedly, to
Rachel, who had thrown herself into
one of the rudo wooden chairs. "I will
take you home when I return."
Instead of obeying, however, the girl
sprung forward with a strange look in
her lovely eyes.
"Let me go with you," sho said. "I
could not sit idly here. You may need
"There aro the men -T
She put up her hand as though un
ablo to endure remonstrance. Precious
moments were being wasted. "Come!"
she breathed, and herself led the way
through the outer room.
The stranded vessel was now sending
up signals, but they scarcely made a
glimmer through the dense fog. Sky
and stars bad been utterly blottod out.
The darkness could almost bo felt.
Rachel's little hand once closed con
vulsively upon Arnold's arm, but she
hurried on beside him.
Tho crew followed, dragging their
life-boat." The waves beat against the
shore with tremendous violence, but
there were strong hands and willing
heart at work, and though beat back
again and again the men succeeded in
launching the craft.
An interval of terrible suspense fol
lowed. Signals fn the land answered
those on the water. Suddenly a great
cry wont up.
"She is going to pieces'.''
Arnold was half mad with excite
ment. He had dono so littlo so very
little and human lives were in peril.
Snatching up a ropo ho began to knot
it round his waist with feverish haste.
Rachel did not seek to deter him.
Sho had no such desire, (irasping ono
end of tho rope she clung to it with all
the energy of death as her lover took
the desperate plungo into the black,
Bccthing water. Sho might bo dragged
in, too, but she was resolved not to
looso her hold.
Moments that seemed an age wort
on. Sho could see nothing, but at hist
she knew that Arnold had turned back.
As she stood panting and breathless,
Straining her eyes through the gloom, a
tremendous wave dashed him on the
sand, almost at her feet,
Though scarcely conscious.one strong
arm firmly grasped the waist of a wo
man. Rachel caught a glimpse of a
beautiful pale face, and dishevelled
"Poor thing," she said, with a burst
of womanish tears, "I can feel a faint
flutter about her heart. Will some ono
lend a hand, and help mo take her to
my own lodgings?"
They wore therein a very few min
utes. Arnold followed more slowly
the exertions ho had undergone had
well nigh exhausted him. When at last,
after many pauses, he reached tho
house, they told him tho lady ho had
rescued was already conscious, and hud
asked for him.
Entering, he found her lying on the
couch with Rachel dialing her pallid
little hands. She lifted her eyes-they
were big and blue and innocent-looking
as a babe's -fixing them upon his face
in a glnneo that set every nerve in his
. bodv a-tingl.
"l'hey tell mo 1 own my lifo to your
bravery," she said, in a voice of liquid
music. "Ah, how can I liopo to repay
t "It is enough to have had the pleas
' ure of serving von,11 ho answered.
"But you risked so ninth!"
"I would do it over again."
',. A faint smile played about her dim
- pled month, and after hesitating a mo
went she laid her hand In ids.
"Sodio othr time I can exureu ntv
gratitude hotter tl
heaven bless you!"
Arnold went away uresenllv. his
brain in a wild whirl. It was of tho
; : beautiful stranger he dreamed that
' night; loor Hacbul was utterly forgot
.. ten. '
The next day he saw her for an hour
or two. She had recovered sufficiently
to appear moro bewildering!)" bonntiful
than ever. The young miin could not
help it that he sat drinking in every
word like one intoxicated.
The days wont by, and after this Ar
nold speiit every leisure moment at the
cottage. Mabel Vero for such ho
learned was her name was not an in
valid exactly, but she said the air suited
hor, and she needed rest and quiet af
ter the horror of that night, and thero
was nothing to call her away. So she
remainod, idling away tho hours in
rambling on the beach, with Arnold for
hor companion, or in long tete.. fetes
in tho homely lilllo parlor.
Atlastthcro came a day when the
young man found Miss Vero sitting
with an open letter in her lap, looking
nervous nnd troubled.
"I am going away," sho said, as he
entered. "This letter is from my fath
er. Ho wishes me to return homo at
A red cloud swam before Arnold's
eyes, doing awa! Should ho boo hor
no more? .It was'u terrible thought.
He sunk on a low stool at her foot,
scarcely knowing w hat ho did.
"You do not mean that I am never to
see you again?"
"Yes, I must go to-morrow."
"No, no, no. I cannot givo you up.
Mabel, do von not realize that I love
Her jewelled hands were clasped
closely in his own, and ho looked up at
her with eager, imploring eves. Just
then she was to him the only woman
in the wholo world.
"Hush," she said, drawing back, as
though his passion half frightened her,
"I did not dream of this. Rachel loves
you I thought aro vou not pledged to
"There is no pledge between us," ho
interrupted. "But I have acted liko a
villain. That girl may break her heart
over my perfidy, and yet and yet"
llis voice broke, and, yielding to the
madness of the moment, he caught her
to his heart.
For a brief time ho was supremely
happy. But when they parted, an hour
later, Mabel said to him. with quiet de
cision: "Nothing must be said of of our en
gagement. I will go away to-morrow
as though nothing unusual had oc
curred. You must not follow until I
send for you."
She went, and Arnold remained be
hind. The weeks rolled on, and rinaily
lengthened into months, but themes
sage for which he anxiously waited did
Tho suspense linally became intoler
able, and he determined to set out to
It was a long journey, but it ended at
last. Late one never-to-be-forgotten
night he came up opposite the diouse '
where Mabel Vero lived, on a fashion
able avenue in New York. It was blaz
ing with light. The sound of music
and revelry camo from within. Arnold
stood motionless for a moment, with a
strange fueling at his heart, then, re
covering himself a littlo, climbed tho
steps to the open door.
"I must see Miss Verc," ho said,
eagerly, to the servant. "Bo good
enough to tell hor it is somo one from
Before tho man could reply, Arnold
heard the sharp rustle of silk, and a
beautiful woman came down tho hall.
"Who is it, James?" he heard her
I'ho next instant sho recognized him.
She stood for a moment as if turned to
stoDe, a frightened glaro in tho beauti
ful eyes he remembered so well. Then,
a frigid smile broke over her haughty
"You here, Mr. (Jeith? This is sur
prising." "1 waited a long while for tho sum
mons that never came," ho said, in a
"Did you really expect to hear from
mo again?" she returned. "Why, I
had almost forgotten your existence.
It is unfortunate you took the trouble to
come bo far. I am to be married to
Harold Mortimer next week."
Arnold heard no more. Ho got out
of the house somehow, and onoo in the
open street, ran on recklessly, half mad
and frantic with misery.
Suddenly a roll of wheels came up
behind him; ho experienced something
like a blow, followed by a sharp, sting
ing sense of pain, then consciousness
For weeks afterwards ho lay in a
darkened room, hovering between lifo
and death. Tho light of reason had
died out utterly, and lit; b:tbbltd con
tinually of Mabel, Rachel, and tho
dreary old signal station.
At last tho crisis came, and he began
slowly to convalesce. One day he was
lying with his faco to the wall, fooling
utterly homesick, when the nurse en
tered, and said in a trembling voice:
"Some one is hero to sen you, Kir
nn old friend."
He thought she meant Mabel, and
quickly raised his hand.
"Send her away. I will have nothing
to do with the false siren."
The next Instant a gentle stopeamo
to the couch, nnd ho fidt somo ono
touch his forehead. Turning his head,
a hoarse, gasping cry came from his
"Rachel, littlo Rachel! is it possible?"
Sho loaned over him, her tears fulling
fast on his upturned faco.
"The kind people who have taken
caro of you found my address on a card
in your pocket, and sent for me. They
said you wore dying, Arnold. I could
not do otherwise than come to you."
Thero was a moment's silence. Then
he stretched out his arm and drew her
to his heart.
''My darling, you shall never leave
She never did. Wlion they j'cturnod
to Chesapeake, throe weeks' lutor, she
was his wife.
Each Change of Season
Brings with-it its group of ailments. Spring
with its moist atmosphere and sudden re
vulsions of temperature, brings intermit
tent fevers, rlimimatlam. uml tl man fliutnrlt.
ances of the digestive and secretive organs
consequent upon variable atmospheric con
ditions. Hummer is proline of debilitating
diseases. The tail has its malarious levers
and other epidemics. The winter is a try.
ing season to tho delicato and fragile.
Provision may, however, bo made against
all these evils by fortifying tho system and
keeping it fortified with Hostettor's Stem,
ach Bitters. It is the most wholesome
vegetable stimulant and alterative at pres
ent known, and the only preparation that
will effectually defend tho vital organiza
tion against the influences of unwholesome
air, unwholesome water, and sudden cli
A century ago the Scottish peasantry
held their religious opinions with tenac
ity. They were not, however, as char
itable as they wore tenacious. A man
unsound in the doctrines was looked
upon with suspicion, while a skeptlo
was regarded as a sort of moral outlaw.
A story told of David Hume, theintidel,
illustrates this fooling in an amusing
There was a path which led across a
swamp near Edinburg. One night,
Ilunio, wending his way over this path,
fell into the swamp. Finding himself
stuck in tho mud, lie called to a passing
woman to help him out.
She went her way, apparently indiffer
ent to his cry. The philosopher called
again, earnestly and loudly. Turning
back, she came nigh and asked him:
"Are naye Hume, the atheist?"
"Well, woll, no matter," said Hume;
"Christian charity commands you to do
good to everyone."
"Christian charity hero, or Christian
charity there," answered the woman,
"I'll do naelhing for you till ye turn a
Christian yerself. Ye maun repeat tho
Lord's prayer and tho creed, or faith.
I'll lot ye grafol (lie) there asfou'd ye."
The skeptical philosopher, really afraid
for his lifo, rehearsed the prayer and
tho creed, and was then helped out of
the mud by tho woman, whoso love for
sound doctrine had mado her unchari
table towards an erring man.
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At what ago were you married, at the
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ailia i'f.'t ii.ioa itm fwiunl aod oitvoon orK.nl'..v
tioanwnM'kHd Iroru vjil a'luwainl fti-M.M,i,tori)inir
tlin diuin from tlia arnie-n, tf'mrut tiiw inliid lo
hllh ami xound mcioory. i:ii.ich,m tlio f .mnmia
of Sinht, Kuivoua Uv'liluy, tonlimlun of Idea,
Avfrnlun, to Horldty. etc., at."., rl tlin a.arm-i
of prnnuiturn old iihtm;! a. i-.i,iijwii.nn thla
tronhle, and ntorinc imrfet Goxii'U Vifjr, h"Mi
It lil ln.n d..r;nnl for riura. 'In:, mouunf tnmt
mint haa fttn.d to tstlnvory Hvim caiw, aad la
nowa,rorv"inol n, Jr n,-w f lix rnmh pnw
aerllml In llio trnniilrui, nnd,a maoyean lar wlt
riMllo, Willi but III tin If ary i..riinneiaB'l. 'lhm
Is no NoiiM.nM.aln.ut (hi. Pn-ya ration. 1'rwllral oh
anrrall'ioKnulilmu. to wliivii)i irunmnuia ttia it
will ttiroaHlmtat tion. bnrlna I ho iuht rura I hat
It ha. Imwo in K.ni ral ui. w.i havM thoiiNand'.nf ti.
Pionial. a. to ii.tivImh, und ill. now vioil.t tj Ih
Isdlcal l'r'iln'ion lo la ihii nvnt rational miiana jrt
dlm-ovorr!) of rii'hins and curing thia VHry rfiva)int
ImnhlH. that la kcII known lo Ih. thraun nnbilit
rnlMry toao nianr.aml no whom quiieka pmr Willi
thulr nmilHa nlnnrn and bltf foe '1 bo Jtnrowl.
I. put iipln n'-at nosnM.fif ihriw.lr.Mi. 1,'i.noiutli
tolant a nionih.i t; tVa il. i.ullieint Uii.(Ii-i apr.
in.nent enrr, nnh4 In aovero cai,Hi,l toj No. H,
llMilng over lhi'-a monilm, Hill rlot mi.lona ani
r.lor Tiifor lo I ha wornb cn.,l $7. H"nl hr mall,
eakl,ln iilaln wruri-rK. Full DIRECTIONS fur
uamw vill ncvinipaiiy EAt'Jt BOX.
letn nlrinif .4 tmtiitiitrtil I Hunt riidoiia V
null ie.liiiK.Mi. trhtrh fill roiirllire 1
llie inxr !,, inrin nun wnrnrun fie
rmtun il tnirrrrt iiiiiir.iinl If-
Ira far I fie (iiie uf II fr, xiiihb urn if f
arrrr ajtvtvii, holU AI.l bu
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
Market and 6th Sis. ST. L.0UI3. Mo.
(517 SU fliiirlcH Mi-oi l, Si. I.ouls.Mo.
A rrtilHrr..'i iJiir'f,f twj Mliriil rllfi.H. Unn ,wn
itmur lM-rtt"l ttimi Hn nt In -i ffr -Ifum lit HI lnnli.m
city pnmrn him,hm all uifl i JpfiU U uriw. UyjitllllH.
Oonorrbu,n.OIvt, SUicrui o.Ok hitin, Hupt ur, nil
TJriDHi y -S vplitiltio or Mercurial AfWtion uf
Thront, HkiuorKmonrun ( Sufi ly, Vrtvuh ly.
BlwrmriNn v-ira.Ht'Xiiul Debility inul ImjKitAncy
m lb rooull f Sm1Aiiu'.('. (ttxiiiil ttAnwoMtM lit timt urr
ynni,irovHr Imiinvrutk, prtHlitt lK nfmnrno',wmln'
nl mnfftiiir-ii'i, (lnhllity, dimntuin(ftiKht ,(lI)Mtiv( niHtn
orr, ihvr.i (Jt'ny, hvrtiinn Ut k'.tly rnnfiiHlori ut
IMitn, lownf wtiuiitprmnr.nlilit nn-Wr,rnHi'rlim iniir
rinAimpi'Opnpiirtt tmriuiiriHuMyrtiMMl ('nitxulttit ion
nt ofli'-o t Itv mail rrHi mik! 1iivIIm1. 'mnitilMl nn
Htmii. Nffrttli'iMi'H twill ty pinll tir aimir. Ciiimn
frnnnmf'Htfl. hHio'lnuht xUt4 It 1a ttnaUv hi4U
MARRIAGE I Pf f P
ffWf8.- ! GUIDE!
I hnu lnilMMorv, well loi, iih it In i run lolil", no I ho
followlini .nliira l.i Who tn:i m irry, who not, whv
MnnlioiMl, WonuinhrKHl, I'hy.lnil iImchv. Who ulinnid
miirryihow litHiind huilniH ni.ivlw lacrPiiMid .i-tferl.
ol r.llliiii y und en'., and immv moie. 'I liovi ninrrled
nrrnntomplnliiiuiiiiirriiiiiH.lioiild rei. l II then kwimn.
rtr lock nnd key. 25 rtii. hv mull In nn.n. v or i in
tniia. KnplMh-Ooriimn- Kri ft -1 1 nioil mid .111 ken,
I lllaba "Miiknima, I .. it MuiiIioihI, Narmn.nma,
MBai iinlnliin or 1..iih. Avonilon toSiHieiy
IWiHimi .Memory und llhnrdora lirouthlon h Hell
Ahu.o. Atiydriiiwl-tliinlhi.liiiiridli.iitn. Ht. loun
f'iiriiili-loi.t M,l',l:isi.l'hiirle,Hi. I.oitl., Mn,
701 Choanut 8t, St. Loulp, Mo, at nfflea,
oontlniie. Ii emu Hpfli'mntorrhoui, Hutliliml Wenk
nom, Imiioteiiuy.iill (orm.ol 11 v pli II m.ttonorrrjn 11.
Gleet, Urlliui y or llluditer diHeuaoa. Itoenut i'iim..
enroll In a lew diiva, All Mm ilNeu-on rnxiltlnR from
a.ir-HhniilaiiNwHr..orHXOHnrtiriirod for hliiwltb aula
maillelna. Advleu fren. ('lunitM low. tlnll or wrlla
linililet.iinnll.li.ni'n. Hymiiluin HooU for Iwn.tjoiiii
roiiUiniet ' iil'";" ""V j , u
et22t ilv, T.aiMr.iMl.. " nl"l)i Alum. In Ilmi..
... n .. . i 11. . I .. .. I. t.'l" . "."iJi. v "i ,nn i.i.wn.
1,.. V.., .,r.i. I "." ""r. '"I" .' !
'" " , "t.. ...I ...i..i ,f . ( .. ...I.II.I...II
,,..1. I..I ..,l IN ..'"" ' ,
"'ffJi. ."".' '''"r i-i '!" "
W ' li"w .nil trnnr'"' "l1,"" T" W,K.'''',M
WANTED. Mnnnfaclnrlng eonevro wanU a
bualnetn man In Cairo, an 1 Inevury city (not al.
rrailvtuken.) A few haudied dollnrn tienu.aary to
pay for (rooda on dollvury after orderii havu linen
'cured for the eatnu. p,o pr month profit
Ktiarunt'eil. Tito moat feniclunit luve.tlealion
aollclted. A, H. AllNdl.1) CO, corner 'lrt
Htrcol and Broadway, Drooklyn, N, V,
THE MUD POWER
DiilirfiyB1 Roineopathio Spucilics
ed from ample exierlenee 1111 entire
.uieenH. Rlimile, I'riiiniil, Klllelenl, and
Itellahle, Ihey Bin the only iiivdielnua
udiiiled 10 poniliir life,
uht I'kisi-II'.i. Koa. i i'iiaa. I'nlct
1. t'i.,,. i"riinr..Nlloti. Iiidnmttiatli.na M
EM V l orina, W 111111 l ever Worm t'olle)
ti II Try Inn t'olle, or 1 eel hint? of nrunta.ft
i. Ilinrrlii-a of Itllilron or Ailiilla, ..-a
5. Ilyaeiitert-, tlrlpliiK, lllllou. Colic, :Si
8. holera Miirhli., Voiiilllng, . . ;x,
7. foimh.. 1 old, I roneliltl.,
8. eurnlilln, 'lonlhai-hc, hacenehe. . .'A
k, lleailnelle.. Kick llemlneheii. V. riljo -k
J 10. Ily.ieialn, tllllouit Stomui h, :&
" r."l' pree(i or 1'nliilnl I'erlod., js
li lillea, too prifii"i' I't rloda. X,
lit Oiiiiii, t'lninh. I'lrtliMili liieatlilnif, . :x,
14. Mall lllleiim, Kry.lpelaa r.riiplloiia, .W
l!i HI1e11111nll.nl, llheiiinnile 1 1 1114 . Z,
lii I-ever and Aane.l hill, fever, Awue.. ri
17. Hie.. Illlliri or lilee , . . ' . . '.J,
iu. 1 nuirril. iienie or eiiroiito; innilfllMi ft)
Jl. llliOllllu t 'onuh, violent ( iiiikIi. Vl
II. t.'eneral Kehlllly. I'hy'l U eiikn'i Ut
'.'1. Klilney lliaenae, rit
M. Nervou. Ileliillll , Pjiernmlorrliea, "ni
H I rlnary t e aliiea.Veiiii,Kiii(. ik-d.an
U. Ili.euan ol the llearl. I ul.iliilli,u, 1 1.
Komnle liv driiui.'li.l.. or .enl liy Ihe (Vise
or.lnxle Vlnl. free of elinrite, on r .jht i
nrloo. K.nd for llr. Iliiiiinhret ' I1....L ....
IM.en.e. Ae., till iiuiienl, uIko lllu.lruu d
I nlnlouue, HtKK.
i .Aildren, lliiiii.hreya' llomroiathlr
MkiI. C o.. lUtt frullou Bt.. Aew iork.
IM'MrilKVS HOMEOPATHIC MKPI
CINKS,bm. by I'.AUCI.AV IIKOS.
(five. In.lant relief andtaanlnfallll-lo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy r)rni-!-l.fTeryir(iere. prlee, 1 IVipi-r hot
prcyioi.hymiiil. hamph- lent Jr" lo 1'hynelana
and (11 anif.-r. ra,liv I. Si-m-twiner A ( o llm ,4i
be lurkcuy. boluiuumaiHu:er.of "jinmim,
i rr-tv pvr... F'fonr,T:nr, lit,.' N-i Mil,, hu h
el nied"- I JViiM-.r't... in Iih- w-: 1 I, r, t,yt.,M
aifi hi li w,.t;.r. Riia.i .,.-! i',, ).-
r.,ld t irj,..!,,!., W U S'.IIILI ftUM CO li 7
MOl.I.I.IiS COIl I.1VKI! OIL, M.M by
n.r:u.AY i i:otiii:u.
, 1a. Pfai1 itf-fTr!!
s''-r a'J Ha.ni k Mill 1 i.-..j. . k w
ur ftp Vitt.lmiaj rtfrft Srr. I 'I . ' ,
I Iw.i Li.LIt If tnidi a. dlr-ftfl. .V. fiun'tf
I Itiitiu'l Of. T'Mitl rn! tr.l tiotttrMlA
f V tt'.tifjU.thfv navoei.ri-w-', tj.n
V. 11. a' I niirrn a-1 n i I. a. K I.IVK.'j (
A.ti..,'Ll't.ii:iilj.4, 1'a. r-mei:tarvjuiL
Uniopt m dMnoa. ALLAH'S POT.TT1I.R MPPI.
ATtI) UolOlK.-. i'aunled tctolcr 14, l-.H
One h 'X.
Ko. 1 m llenr any ewe In f.o !-.. nr lei.
ho. J will nre l:ic m t olxtinate ca, 1.0 uia'lrr
C how h.n .taiiili' g.
No niwuji d of entNl, r ora or oil of
itlil ilw.fod. tliat are rerum to produre dy.petu a
fy tl. ir.,yir, Hie eoailtim of tl.a t..o,.. h. Si
yrlr.iv. or a.iniiireiil nyrttlot. to pr ..iiu a other
a, rioti. roM.int.,fn,
I'nee J; jt). Mil l) BT ALL MirGOlsTS, or
Bi'lcd 'i r ri:i of pr.ee.
for l her parti, nura aend f r elnmUr.
. . O. H x isa. J l'. ALLAN (.)., ,4 ,.1,1, ?tre.t.
W e off. r fid n rard f ,r any cir 1 tliiy will tot
y.l' k . aifc and .arc car.
ALLAN'S MLJICATi:i Lol'GIF.S
S.I.I by I.AKCLA Y LliOS.
l(Uj (1. si 1 .in n l't
PAT) i-Jitrti, tomrt'viifrvtt
LUlu tiiiiUlujr, Itnri""'
J iti.i rt'.')un.M. Arfl iii'l
n.Unili.A I'rf.VI. li . 1 A MfeKI I'M
t rNi.l.AM) ilJtlflCALlNaiiU'.I.iltnwoiA
Hi ! pv-, lit I -i It I 1 1 iM
.:ui. .hi 1., in. a. K I V1J1VL)
viwmi ku mtt kuy
HDICm COKUGI SEISE AKO PUIS HOME TAIX
m .,'.. rrwui ..f Mm
1 II ai W.,n., .1,4 .11 rtf..i.i
1 I.I . .iiimiU, 1I1 lrt.ri'li.o 17
V 111 ll.innr.Mlily. Aillr.u M ir-
JJJ n.H .lhv Cm, IM 1-1, I)
f lor. 1.11.
liiri'ia.RhoHJua.. llarolim,Mat a, a. a. fi.amiaaia
l'.reerh.Loa,lngSr)Ot(in!H.tlHto$liU Do hie Jh t
(niu.Htoai:,o7 similetiima.f.lior.'". Illll.i, to
tl ltovolvra.l tots'. bn I for f ree iilii.traletl
l ltutiurjh, l a.
WUSTACHf AND WHlSKfRS.
lu. .,id.i.ai.l -.11 1 - lM
Hrl!!. t.-m ta.lt Ha4ar4 I
lr4 l.lt -mm, i.H.MellWliia N
Ulaif. t-li tlH". r I
lMA.4, 1 alMM, (III, ilHWW 0Mtmi
To Nervous siilli'H'in -Tlit l.ri'Ht Ktiropi-n 11 Ri-eilv-br.
.1. II. slnipiiii'KSiccllli' Mcilli'liii'.
Dr .!. H. Hhniiann'a 5.erlle Meillelne la a poai
live rnre for rl)eriii'ilorrlii'ii, luiloteiiey, Weiililii'.
tilitl till illm iiHor r. eiillitu! (rmu Self- A linen, a. Ner
vou. Delillllv. Irritability. Menial Ati li fy, l.annlior,
l.iooilliiile, leiree.loii ill !lrile and flilii lloiial iln
raiiKi'iiH'lita ol lilt' Nurvoii. Svelein irelierallv Pain'
In llnek or Side. I.iwa of Mi ninrv. Pretnalnr.' tHir
tliiil lend In Coll
ly anil an riirly
y'riivi;, or linlb.
No iiinller liow
elm I lured I h f
aviitem may lm
from exeeere. of
iiny kind, a ebtitl
rourao ol llil. liii'ill. liiii will re.to re thu lout Innv--lion,
anil lirocilre heallh nnii liiiiilmaa, win re r
fore wna ileHininileiicy nntl nloom. 'I lm Hii'rlllo
Meillclno la InliiK ti.eil vllh wonderful auc
Puiniibleta enl free to all. Wnln for Ilium and
liel lull iiirllenlnta. '
I'rlcii, Kpcr.llli', fl.nO per jiarkaijii, nr fx pacK
aire lor rM. Will be lent by mall 011 rei'ulpt ol
money. Adilre.a all order, . ...
1 ,1 . H. MMPHtlN'H N MUCIN K CtVy
No. 1(14 and in Wain Ht..Uniralo,N. T.
(IHAY'S Hl'KCIKIO Ml'.PK'lNK,
TRADI MARK.Tha tlrenl Knll.liH(AIlE JIAHK
Ilemedv, ail till
fullliiit euro for
Nominal Weak 11. na
litipoti.nry, anil all
dt.naai'a that fol
low aa a coii.e
niielico of .elf
lt t mil noit.c a. man 01
BofoW TaklUEmemory, imlvuianl
abu.vi aa loaa of'
In.alliiilo. lm Hi 'ti Ilm hiir.lt. dim-J A... in-t-)-
lie. of vlalnn, premature old ai-e.aul)r AWUDf
ami ninny oilier dl.ei.rie. that lend to Inranltyor
con. ntnit Inn and aiirematuro sinvu,
full partlrulara In our painplilnt, wlilih we do
alr lit aeiid free by mall fo tiviiry ono. The ape
rlHc iiHidlt'lim la aold by all (linrK,t. it ft per
paekaee, all for $n, or will bo fern Irne by mull "
reeelnt of thfl InollNV bv adilrt'..ltnr TlfK II1IAT
MKDK'INK (!().. No, Mechanic block, Detroit 4
Mich, hold in cairo nr imrciay urur,, rain u
chuh andOeo. li. O'llara.
T -mi JW". r