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THE DAIIiY BULLETIN.
It was soon after my cousin Ellen was
evente-en that tho heir of tho (Jrahame
property burst upon us In nuoMon glory.
lo bail loft our town when a 1ml, and
after graduating at Vale and visiting
tho land of his futliers, old Scotia, had
now como down to liavo tho grand old
mansion made inhabitablo as a summer
residence. Young, rich, handsome and
haughty, Ids advent naturally stirred
up tbc vlllago into astateof excitement
It was at a Slay party that ho Iirst met
Nolly was our queen, and never shall
I forget tho startling impression which
her Iirst appearance, in all her grace,
gayoty and blooming beauty, made up
ouGinhanio. He gazed awhile with
oyes dilated, and then pressed eagerly
forward for a presentation. It did my
heart good to see tho imperious, traveled
aristocrat kneeling humbly, blushing
like a very school-boy, and timidly kiss
ing tho rose tipiied fingers of our laugh
ing littlo Nell. But my triumph gavo
place to a slight feoling of apprehen
sion, as I remarked the eyes of her ma
jestic pro tern., tixod with cvidont inter
ost on the glowing face of her courtier
like admirer. I saw it was all over
with him, but I did not wish tho heart
tif our sweet Nelly to prove so easy a
ooiKjucst. But what availed my wish
es ! All through budding May and leafy
Juno was Greenwood cottage honored
by tho frequent presence of Grahamo
the admirer, Grahamo the friend, Gra
liiimo tho Jovcr, Grahamo tho adorer,
mid Grahamo tho alliaucod of our tfar
Tho bridegroom elect was boyishly
proud of his betrothed, and seemed to
oxult in having won the beauty of M .
To others ho was as imperious and fas
tidious as ever, but deferential and
fondly attentive to Ellen. And she
how gloriously tho woman awoke with
in her ! llow Bho trusted in him; how
6he cared tor h'nu; how proud alio
was of him! llow she poured her very
soul out in grateful worship! She sang
and danced, nud laughed and jested
with him, and her own boautiful and
joyous existence scorned so intertwined
with his that they could not bo eepar
At last, with much "pomp and cir
cumstance," tho female part of tho
family of Grahamo caino to M , and
Ellen was honored with an invitation,
to spend a week at Gruhnmo place. Sho
returned beforo tho visit was completed,
sad and ilL 1 questioned her, and filio
said sho was an ignorant country girl;
that sho found sho could not sing and
play Italian like Mis Euphomia, or
npeak French and paint in oils like Miss
Margaret. "And then," said sho, while
her face grew crimson, "I was dressed
"Hut surely," I remarked, ''their
manner did not mako you foel this ?
Were they not kind?"
"No; cold and neglectful."
,' "But James how was he?"
' She threw herself on ray breast with
ft guu of tears, and murmured: "lie
was like tho others."
At last 6he told of many things ho
had said and dono which had cruolly
frioved her heart One circumstance
now recollect: an excursion on horse
back was planned, and Grahamo col
lected a considerably parly.
While showing oil' the paces of his
horse, tho vicious creature suddenly
threw him. Grahamo was but slightly
hurt, but dreading tho laughter of his
friends, lay for a moment as though in
sensible. Ellen, half-ircnziod, sprang
from her palfry, raised his head on her
knee, chafed his tomnles and called up
on him wildly, tenderly. Ho opened
his eyes, poured upon her a look of an
cry pride, flung her hands rudely from
him, and exclaimed, in a harsh under
tone "Good Iord! Miss Montgomery,
do not render yourself and mo ridicu
lous!" In tho afternoon, Ellen plcadod ill
ness and camo homo.
Three days of terrible suspense passed
beforo she saw tho face of her betrothed.
At last lie came, and, all in a tremor of
tearfulness and lovo, she received him.
In a short time I saw him pass down
tho aveuuo, but for more than an hour
Ellen remained alone whero ho had left
When sho gavo mo lcavo to enter, I
found her extended on the sofa, hor f aco
hid with her hands and tho long, gold
en curls which had fallen over it, her
breast heaving with quick, convulsive
sobs. Sho could tell me nothing; her
anguish was too intenso for words. AH
night long sho wept and moaned within
my arms. Just at dawn sho fell asleep
and remained in tranquil slumber for
somo hours. When sho awoko and
found mc watching beside hor sho turned
Jicr sorrowful eyes upon mo and said:
"llow good of you to show such kind
ness to u poor, forsaken girl."
"Forsaken!" I exclaimed. "lias
James Grahamo dared toforsakoyou?"
"Ho 6aid wo had better partthat
ho was convinced wo wcro not suited
to one another, and ho has left mo for
ever." "And thank God for it!" I cried.
"Ho never truly loved you. You never
reigned over his narrow, littlo soul. If
he thought less of you for your being
portionless, let him now seo with how
rich a scorn you can look down on ono
so poor in heart and poor in honor.
Learn to despio am! detest him as tho
embodiment of faithlessness and cruel
ty. Let him shrivel beucalh tho scorch
ing contempt of a proud and injured
Sho looked up mournfully for a mo
ment aud only replied, "I lovo him!"
I auyualr of having my heroino ml
hV'T8 of spirit. Sho
is 5ark,fcviB-M -
All through lb wlnur Ellon drooped
daiv. and spring !ull(l ,lor 00 JJJ
shadow of her former Milt. T1(. !
a now era in hor existence. An 3!
of her father, a BuBtoniaa of WCal't
and family, having married off hi hlHt
daughter, wrote to his littlo unknown
niece," entreating hor to accept a homo
with him, and thus "mako glad tho
heart of a lonely old man."
"Sho wmtand two year passod beforo
we saw hor doar face again. Sho then
camo to spend a summer with us tho
same, and j et how changed !
Ah, alio was a magnificent croaturo
In her full, ripened lovolinoss, with tho
patrician carriage of Iter cxipilniilvoly.
molded head, the lorene dignity which
slopt upon her brow, the womanly pur
ity which looked from her eye, and tiie
winning softness which waited on every
curl and ourre of her delicate lips!
She had none of her former restless
thoughtlessness; the very spirit of re
pose seemed pervading hor entire char
acter. In hor absence sho had boon tho idol
of her city relatives and sho followed
and worshiped of a large circle of in
tellect and fashion, and now tho ae
complished, self-possessod worn am mot
again the lover of hor early girlhood.
Since his heartless desertion of Ellen,
ho had buried his mother and marrlod
his slstors, and now dwelt in solitary
grandour in tho old homestead. I wit
nessed the meeting. Ho happened in
at an evening party, evidently not
dreaming of such an encounter till tho
hostess electrified him by an introduc
tion to his ci-dovant lady lovo. Ho
turned deathly pale, and actually shook
with agitation; but Ellen never lost ber
queenliness for a moment hor eyes
never quailed, and the hand that sho
extended while remarking carelessly
that they were old friends, never trem
blod. , t
All present must have seen that no
was deeply struck and instantly sub
dued by tho rare combination of natur
al and artificial fascinations which she
presented. Ho hovored round, and
gazed upon her in a silent stupor of ad
miration. li From that time, gradually and timid
ly, like a school-boy who has played
truant, the haughty Grahame stolo back
to his allegiance, Ellen, till it was evi
dent that he loved with all his soul, and
for onco, with all his prido. Ho had
fancied our little Nell as a pretty play
thing, hut ho now adored the elegant,
perfectly developod woman as a god
dess. IIo was hor most devoted, her
knight, her slave, hero, thore and ev
erywhere at her bidding, till I grow in
dignant at her not rejecting Lis hom
nge, at hor permitting his presence, for
1 would sooner have seen her wedded
to a wild Seminole. At last, with tho
freedom of other days, I entreated her
at least to relieve my suspense. Sho
answered bv placing in my hand a let
ter, to which sho had just replied. It
was from Grahamo. It clearly revealed
that under the influence of a real pas
sion the writer had found his real na
ture. He seemed to have lost his prido
in his love, and while daring to ofler
tho fervent devotion of his future life,
to be tilled with humiliation and con
trition for tho past, dwelt on the re
morso which had. pursued him sinco
their parting, alluded to the interference
of his family, acknowledged that ho
had first loved her beauty merely, not
knowing her worth, yet called heaven
to witness that ho had since known no
other love, and closed with an appeal
to her womanly sympathies, so tender,
wild and passionate, that I dare not
dream it had been in vain.
"llow did you answer P" I askod.
"I rejected him."
"Thank heaven! But why?"
She quietly placed in my hand a min
iature, saying: "This is tho only man I
will ever wed."
I gazed from the picture to her in
amazement. Tho face was now to me,
and by no means a handsome one.
And yet as I looked with earnest atten
tion, I grew to liking it exceedingly.
A something fascinating and endearing
appeared to emanate from it; the brow
wore the stamp of nobility and the eye
was alive with intellect
"Whv, Nell," I exclaimed, "who can
"Mr. Frederick Aymes, of Boston, a
poor artist and protege of my uncle,
ami soon to bo my alliaucod husband."
"And why is ho not now ?" I asked.
"Because I wished to remain free till
I had consulted my early friends, as I
told him until I had again met James
Grahamo, my first lovo, as I told my
self." "Oh, ho. the mystery is outt Yon
were weighing love against love, and
tho Iirst was found wanting, eh?"
"Yes," sho replied with an emphasis
so hearty as to leave me no room for
Ono week from this time Ellon re
ceived two lettors; ono was from Gra
hame, bearing his adieu ho was about
revisiting Europe and tho other from
Frederick Aymes, announcing his spoe
dy coming. Tho first Kelly hurried
through and laid asido with a sigh of
pity, out tho second she read and re
read with tears and smiles, kissed, and
literally "laid to heart."
"Did you not say, Ellen," asked I,
"that Mr. Aymes was poor?"
"Yes," she replied, "ho has only his
"Will your undo favor his suit?"
"No and I can expect nothing from
"Thon, Noll, you will have to resign
"No matter; 1 shall see tho more of
"You must give up expensive dress."
"Oh, Fred admlros simplicity."
"You cannst keep a carriage."
"But wo can havo delightful walks."
"You must tako a small houso and
furnish it plainly."
"Yos; but cozy, elegant furniture
would bo out of place in a cottago."
"You will have to covor your floors
with cheap, thin carpet."
"Ah, then, I shall hear h in step tho
I caught hor hand and kissod it rev
erently, and pressed it to my heart
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twelve years, was completely cured of a
terrible case of Eczema by tho Cuticura
Kemcdies. From his head to his foot wim
one mass of scabs."
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his wife oil' at a game of poker and she
cheerfully went with tho winner.
Josh Billings thinks out his sayings
as ho walks along tho streets, and when
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Miss Pillow, tho youthful daughter of
Gen. Billow, who is in Washington with
her mother, is considered one of the
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Tho new settlors in Texas will find
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Ono of them writes that he has "tho
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A pft ono hundred and thirty-five
feet deep lias been discovered in the
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Tho death of Gen. Joo Lano loaves
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Gen. Robert Patterson, of Philadelphia,
now in his 'JUtli year.
Tho new Czar leads a very simple
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his family, and then puts on his boiler
iron overcoat and takes a walk in tho
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In tho opinion of the Bi.rlington
JIdtckcic, a good poet, with a fight
touch of humor, can mako mnro money
writing liver-pad "ads" and liniment
notices than Virgil got for his ".Eneid."
Tho management of a Boston Thea
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blind people from tho asylums and their
homes in this city to attend the musical
performances given in tho theatre.
Gen. Grant saw an artis; copying a
picturo in a gallery, and he said, "I
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copy." It may not bo nooessary to ex
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The Viceroy of tho CelestUl Empire
wants tho Chinese navy reorganized on
the American plan. As soon as tho
Chinese find out what tho American na
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John Conyers, born in 1784, and now
passed ninety-seven, was married in
Shelbyville, Ind., recently to Martha
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Tho Supremo Court of Pennsylvania
held in a recent decision that bargains
in stock by way of margin, where no
intention exists of actually delivering
tho stock at issue, aro "wagering con
tracts, and thereupon utterly void."
Hero is the last portrait of Jay Gould:
A massive black beard, a parrot-like
beak, and a pair of jet black eyes,
piercing and intense in expression. A
rod handkerchief encircled his neck,
and the diminutive body was incased in
a plain overcoat.
It is proposed to put iron stairways
on the outside of school-houses in Bal
timore that aro now supplied with but
a singlo stairway within tho building.
Tho city has appropriated $10,000 to
furnish additional means of egress from
Tho Piuto Indians believe in witch
craft and occasionally execute, on the
graves of their supposed victims, the
unfortunate squaws upon whom lias
fallen tho suspicion of being in league
with the dovif. Not long since a young
squaw was adjudged to bo a witch and
sentenced to death, but on tho way to
the placo of death effected her escape.
As no member of the tribo havo sinco
died under suspicious circumstances, it
is believed that tho evil spirit was fright
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John G. Whitticr bought a copy of
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ho over earned.
Ono of tho most sensible girls I ever
know had only half a dozen drosses, all
told, and other articles in proportion,
when sho was married. Sho said sho
liked to dress in tho fashion; and if sho
had a very elaborate wardrobe sho
should not lio able to replenish it for
years. "As it is," sho added, roguish
ly, "Charlie will soon find out
that I need new dresses, and I shall
never go out of fashion." So, in
stead of wearying herself by i41es of
sewing during her courtship days; sho
used to havo tinio to go about with her
lover, to read with him, and enter into
all his plans for their future. Now,
happily married, sho finds plenty to do;
and having never lost her interest in
books and newspapers, is a congenial
companion for an intelligent man. How
different is the case with my young
friend Mary! Sho expocts to bo married
soon, nnd it is an absolute necessity in
hor mind that beforo tho timo thoro
shall bo made by hor own hands, piles
upon piles of elaborate wearing appar
el, live or six now dresses, at least seven
table cloths and two napkins, sheets
and pillow cases in proportion, twenty
live or thirty towels, two dozen embroi
dored handkerchiefs, "lots" of kitchen
aprons, and incidentals innumerable.
"You never expect to have anything
after you aro marriod, do you, Mary?"
I inquired. "Why, yos," repliod my
friend, "but you know a girl must havo
just so much to bo rcspoclable!" Well,
that is a matter of opinion. I fancy
most lovers would prefer to havo nioro
of tho attention which tho ladies of their
choice bestow upon their sewing, oven
if they had to buy for thorn a little
sooner than usual after marriage, Mary,
I foar, will only bo anothor of tho host
of women who, fretful and nervous on
account of overwork boforo marriage,
become more slaves of household rou
tine or elso aro tired to death doing
nothing. Thore is nothing so tiresome
as idlenoss. Many and many a wife,
"marrlod six woarv wooks to-day."
would give worlds if she were obligod
to mako a now gown. But there is no
sewing for her to do. Byhcr'own un
wise management sho has prevented
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horse. The entire harness I made ol'Kontf No. 1
Leather. Stylish and dniably niade. Case, loop
OU llrldles and llrcust Collar.
Sent C. 0. 1). Stilijcct to Inspection.
Sluice Harness, lllaclt Trlmmlim 1
'' " C Plate Trim in I nt; J'''"
" " lion Ton or Muck (fold Lined
n ., Trimming '
Double Muck Trlmmltms
" " Hon Ton, Nickel or Gold
Lined TrlmmlnK..;."',-" 1.0 0
Wlion orderlnir. mention the klini of trlinm in.'
yo i want, also, whether side or over check, mark
nr russet hand nieces for ieln; nlsn whether trace
buckle are wanted on breast col ar name or
Dreust Collar furnished with tloiili "fl'l"" u"
ordured. j Addros A. 1.0IH)KI.;.
'Liberal Discount fox Lllieral Order, and Club.
Fur reference sue editor of this paper.
THE MILD POWEB
Humphreys' IIoraoopatLio bpooificB
I Proved frtini aniilii fi purleneu i.u Mitlrn
siieciss. niminu, rriiiiiin. r.iueieni, nnit
lli'llnlile. Iln v ure liiu ooly im 01, n,,.d
illllipil'll HI llIUHII i,
i i.ii eiiiNt o !. . m i.", rmca
I. rer, 'oiiBMiioii, inniininialloiu, .ar,
i iirins. Wiirm It-viT Worm ( i, li v.
IL Cr lou Celle. or I e ililnii of Inrmm,
I. Iliitrrlii ii of i hlltlreii nr Ailnlln, . .
S. Ilyseniery, (hIiIik, Mllmis i olle, . .'.f,
. ( loileru llorliUK, Vi'ihliliiK, ;&
7. Cuiiiihs. ' .'old, Hiniii'liltu,
H. .euriiluin, 'loiittim-lie. haeeachtt. .m
II. Ileatlm I,,'. Hli k lii uilnelitis, Yci'lluo. ft
HI. Dysteiain, lilllnus stiuiiaeh,
I. Kunprrsseil or I'ntnlol Periods, M BS
ilea, loo prolitHi, i erlislit,
13. Croon. CoukIi. iJimeiili Itreaililiur.
II. stall lllieino, rrVHipi ius. i.rujii i,iih, .i.
I'i II heiiiniillsiii, ltlieiimatle I iiIiih, .'?
Hi. Keteraml mie, hill. 1-ever, AkUcn, Ui
17. Piles, Uliml ur iileeillnx, ,U
IW. Calnrrh, ueiue or ehnuile: IoIIim iiu, 'm
Jo. lioitliiM 4'ouuh. vUilt-ut t nitelet, .!,il
'A. I.i lii ral lit hllliv. I'liys'l VeiikinH, .'.
hlilney lllsfit.e. .!
H. rtnll. Ilelillllv, Hpernmliirrheii. I.m
I. I rlnurvN eiiknesii.VtcmiiKthf lil, i
.U. Ili.easd id I ln lleitrt, i ii 1 1 . 1 1 it 1 1 ' l i , I.m.
)-ur ki.Ii- l.v ilrtlKKl"! . 'T H.-nt l,y hi. ( m,
nrsliixle Vl.il, frtiMif i-hiirKf, on rii-elpi nf
price. Keiel for Ur. Miioilire Honk on
Disease, Ar., nil iiaaeai, uUu llliinlrnleil
( ulalouiie, I IIKI-;.
A'1'lni.s, H t, in il, r e v ' lloineopnthlp
Med. t o., 1UU t ullou bt.. Aew iork.
IIUMI'lIUVS IIOMKOPATIIIO MLDI
CINES,soW l.y r.AKC'LAV liUOS.
Dp. S. SilsbM ' b E sternal Pilo Ecncdy
(il v.- I nst nr t n l 1.-f sndisnnlnfnllihlq
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Kepi byPrnifirt'lsevcrj-wlierB. Price, l. wiper bx
firtpiii thy ii. ml. Km ini-t- sent fn t lu phjulclnn
ml lliitfi-r r, hy 1' St-nstsi 'lti ri ( o lim titlL
iew lurktlly. bulciuauuiiwturtrsof "Anakcnt.
irfi ctlr r'u,-. Prnnounr, .! I h. ls-t l-r Hi. hu ll.
e.lllt'l"-;l M.lh-.riti, tu tin- tvoi U l,.t'.-:i Ii.Ik-1
atr.ir'l 4i 14 Aon-r, Kximm-O'-i ., -1 ,i l'ir, ITt.
bulJujiiJii.ij. W 3 OCIUtfFEUN 4 10 H Y
MOLLKIt'S COD LlYKlt OIL, m.M l.y
vsiihnnt nrdlrlnci. ALLAN'S SOt.mt.ri Vl'tX.
fATRI) UolUUS. l'inu-d Ot u.bcr K,
.v.. I m :ll cure any ra n f"U" c! its. or !
Ko. J will euro tin- m.j.1 otwliuaic ts;, no nmu-r
Of how locif uudiTtg.
No nuse,.u il , i of enlwitsi, Cfiall or nil nf
fcoiUlwiKxl, Dial tro certaia l I n.u-n ,tj h ,-.
di iroyiiiK ins rnatlutr f the i.,m. a. Nu
yrtoife or atnnisiil injueUoLt to prluce oiler
I'nc( ; j(5. hOl.M fir ALL Dltl'tKilSTS, or
Dialled rt-celpt of price.
Tori' lor lartii uUri send fur elrmlnr.
P. il. B. T lii. J C. ALLAN to.. 'J J.,bo 8treL
Wf offer 'M r;ird f r any car i they will not
(Julc t, tafe aud sore cur.
ALLAN'S MKDICATLD UOL'OIKS
S.il.l l.v 11AIK LA Y liltOS.
MUSTACHt AND WHISKERS.
H . f. n u mmt, la itlm. ' ;..
r- 1 i.- -v,. - aj ) ,
r A WrCO IIUCTIT1ITC Prof. KIImp, by
.iM-ii-iiUtio tn-utiut iitji ind
t, ami 1m acktiow lo-UnJ
W- HliltinrtlV (tfl faru'i-r aitJ
1 trrutrdiunry runn ly Ing
i ' trrfflt I'hrmtfal I'nnrtt
J - R ntitiiri'd In n iiiovnnUio
M TuFiiorn. FfirpiirttnilarH,
OiE, Tnl for frf tn-.ttiw or
A 1. lit. J1- I 1.1-1.-
ItliAHONH WHY XIIIJ
CELLULOID Ey8 Glasses
AI12 TIIK 1IKST.
Because they are tho LICiUTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND BTUONOEST known. Sold by Opticians ami
Jewelaiu. Made by SPENCEK OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W W'I'I'MH A" '"'"'IllKelit voilllk- III
Mlll 1 lit every country town, to t
permanent local BL'i iicy for the sale of our teas,
codecs, etc., In packages, tocoiisuiners. This au't u-
i v rc'iiiires no pi ililliiii; anil out a moiti rate aiiiuiiin
o'l soiicltliii.'. and If properly noiimti il w ill pay
f rum fiim to $ 1 .11 per ear. pnrtiru!ars free.
l'Kol'I.KS Tka (.'., P. (I, llox fsrjii, St, Louis, Mo.
To Nervotm Niillerers -' lie dreut Klllopeiin Itep.
eilv lr. .1. II. SliiipMoirsSpecillc Jledielne.
Dr. J. II. Slmpsou' Speclllc Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Iuipolency, N eaknes
mid all diseases resulting from helf-Almse. as Ner
vous In lilllly, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, flepresslon id spirit and fiiiicllniial do
raiiKenielits of the Nervous Sy stem neiierally Pain
In Hark or bide. Loss of Memory, Premature Old
Ace and disease
that lead to Con
ty and au early
e,rave, or both.
Mo matter how
system may be
from excesses of
in, v h I ml. u H lull I
i-nnruii nl this incilldliu w ill restore lie lost lane-
tioiia and procure heaUh and happiness, w here bo
fore was despondency and (loom Thu Hpeelllc
Medlclno la l.euiK useu wun wonueiiui sue-
l'amtiblets sent free to all. Write for them and
int full particulars,
Price, Hpeclllc. tl.'fl per tiflcknee, or pack
age lor J.vim. 111 be sent by mail on receipt ol
money- Address all order,
,1 . Il, Pl.lll rtll, nll.l'l I-- c- v.,,
No, 104 snd lot) Main Ht.. Ilull'alo, N. Y.
Out fit lurnlshud tree, with full In
st ruction for conducting thu most,
profitable business that any one can
uiitfiiKti In. -Tim business 1 so easy
to learn, and our Instruction are ho
pimple and plain. Hut Ui m 1
mako great prollla from thuslart, No one ran fa. I
who 1 willing to work, omen aro a success Till
a men, Hoy and girl ran earn large tims.
Many havo made at the business over onu hnndind
dollar In a lnghi week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All wboengaee are urprld at the
ease aud rapidity with which they are able to m iku
money. You can engagn In this business dut ,ng
vour spare time at great profit. Y0111I0 not bavj 10
Invesl capilnl In II. Wit tiikn all thu risk. 'I'lu,-.,
who need ready money, should wllro to us nt onni.
All furnished fruu, Address TKUK CO ,-t
rt '"ll W""R"llSISyi iBLS'
-(- m isrt linn iff 'msJ .Jm iiim-i
11 R a H fj DR. KLINE SGHEAl
! ., U tl vi Nerve f?ES"rotrri
I J'ruillill it Iwt.b, I... p. Kit
.,f'':'rt. 1-ir ',', tpil'f lj l'"t Xtr' ivnt.
I il i.'m if Ukrn a 0:rrctd. A'- 'il r
X iinttlay jui, 'tmMm m ti irli Uiltn-fr' i i
I j! VittniTiU,lti.f i.aj"iiif t(.r.-i. h-i.d min t,
tll'.u. i:-t Fiium u-l iri-s Im. KI.INK.vl
al fi , -'.il