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Oh, iweet end strange, what time gay morning
Over the misty flats, and mtly etlre
Be-lH(1oii limea and pendulous abeloa,
Tt brush tho iiow-iKpHriKled goasamers
f From meadow graeaea and beneath black
Tn lining etrvamlote, or translucontjakee
To blithe atnld dim boron-haunted brakea I
Oh, sweet and aumptumia, at helirht of noon,
r.aii(riil'l to Ho on scented summer-lawns.
Farmed by taint broeaes of tho breathless
To wn( b the timorous and trooplnr fawn,
Dappled like tendercst Clouds In early
Forth from thoir foray covert glide to drink
And oool lithe limbs beside tbe river's brlukl
Oh. strange and and ere daylight disappears.
To hear tbe creaklnar of the homeward wain,
Drawn by It yoke of tardy-pacing steers,
. "Neath honeysuckle hedge and tangled lane,
To brtmtbe f ulnt scent of rosea on the wane
By oottiigfl door, aud watch tbe mBllowlng
Fade liitoauffron hue Insensibly. '
Joust Apdinotow Stmonds
'I am bo sorry, Leonard. I thought
you knew all about it, and that your
kindness to m was prompted by pure
friendship. You do not blame me, do
' Leon ard Carstone gazed an instant
regretfully into the sweet, though
troubled face of the (weaker; then lie
caught horhand impulsively and wrung
it until she oould have cried with pain
so passionate wm his earnest pres
"No, Lucy, I don't find any fault
with you. : It was ray own hopes that
deceived me. Now I think of it, you
have acted toward me like a sister not
like a girl in love. God bless you, and
make you happy with the man you
have chosen to be your husband."
A sudden, startled look in Lucy's
eyes caused him to relinquish her hand,
and turn to see what had caused tbe
change of expression.
A young man in gamekeeper's attire,
with a double-barreled gun under his
arm, opened tho door, and pausing on
the threshold, now stood regarding
them with a look of mingled surprise
"Is it you, Ralph?" Leonard said.
"I thought by Lucy's face it was a less
welcome intruder." Then he turned
to her. "Good-bye, and remember
what I have just said. If you ever
want a friend, just let me know and
I'll come to you through fire or water."
Then he brushed past the new-comer,
in his disappointment and agitation
htinllv giving him another glance.
Ralph Hunter made a motion as
though ho would restrain him, but
seemed to take a second thought, and
stood watching him with a baleful
-look in his black eyes. Then he ought
Lucy by the arm. - ' ,
Au.er no question, and answer
f truly, my iriri, or you'll rue it,"' lie
'said, sternly. "Was that fellow mak
ing lovo to you P"
Something in her lover's face made
Lucy hesitate before answering. She
knew of his vindictive, passionate tem
per, although to her, until now, he had
ever been as gentle as a lamb. In
deed, it had boon the main source of j
his attraction to her the idea that one
ho rough and uuinanagoablo in other
hands should be so docile in her own.
Her hesitation now was tor Leonard's
sake. She did not wish to have any
harm come to the fair-faced youth
whoso only offence consisted in having
placed his affections upon one who was
already betrothed to another.
But her momentary delay in answer
ing was HulUeiont to inflame Ralph's
anger to au ungovernable point. lie
had seen Leonard holding uer hand,
aud had imagined bis eager words to
be the outpourings of passion, instead
of a renunciation of his hopes.
, His face paled to the very lips.
"I see how it is!" he hissed through
his half-closed teeth; "that baby
checked lad has come with bis dandi
fied ways and won away my treasure!
I'll have my revenge unon you botbt"
As he spoke he rushed madly out of
the door, intending, It was evident, to
follow Leonard and shoot him.
But Lucy was too quick for him. Al
though too frightened to speak, she
caught him by the aim ana arrested
his frantic pursuit, trying to force the
words that would explain all satisfac
torily from her lips. But they refused
to obey her bidding. It wat as though
they had been paralyzed.
"Then, if you will interfere between
mo and my just anger, take the conse
quences! If-you do not love me you
shall not make anyone else happy, as I
am a living uian!A
A shot rang out through the room,
and poor innocout Lucy was its target!
Without a moan sho sank down, all the
color fading out from her pretty face,
and leaving it as white as tbe snow
that covered the wintry landscape that
hold tiie earth in its icy mantle.
When the infuriated man saw what
he had dono, he stood for an instant
looking down at his victim. Then he
turned the muzzle of his gun toward
his own heart, and without ' word,
emptied tho remaining barrel into it.
The sound of the first shot had
reached Leonard's ears, and while
pausing Instinctively to discover from
what direction it came, he heard the
other. Could It be from the cottagef
J1.9. 1Mned back, and this wm the
terrible sight that confronted him ex
tended upon the floor lay the two. to
all appearance, Ufol bodies of those
whom he had but just left in the prime
of health and strength.
The cottage was a lonely one, situat
ed at quite a distance from any other
dwelling. But the young man knew
that Lury'i , father and brother were
usually at work in the field close by,
and before long they came hastening
borne with a mingling of orprlae and
alarm upon their faces; for the double
' report had reached their ear also.
Leonard mot them at the door, and
told them what had happened la a few
' Ralph's (run had done 1U work well
THE. DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST
upon himself. He was shot through
tbe heart, and death had followed al
most instantaneously, ) But life ; was
not extinct in Lucy, although it was
long before ahe camo out of the state ot
unconsciousness which wsi so like
death as to deceive all but the more ex
perienced doctor. , ' ; i ' i
She had received but a slight flesh
wound. But tbe vital forces were ' at
such a low ebb that it was still a ques
tion as to whether life or death would
prove the victor. "
Aftor a few days, howevor, the scales
gradually turned toward recovery. But
she coula not bear tbe sound of a foot
step near her, excepting that of her
gentle nurse. ' -'!
At last she grew strong enough to
say a few words at a time. Then she
sent a message to Leonard.
"Tell him," she said, slowly, and
with difficulty, her voice now and then
failing from weakness, so that the in
tent ear of the listener had to supply
some of the words from her own imag
ination "tell him to go away so far
from here that I will never expect to
see him on this earth again. Ha is not
to blame, but every time I think of him
I see Ralph, ghastly and bloody, stand
ing beside him. If he docs not go
away it will drive me mad!"
Leonard hoard the message, and
obeyed. Within the week he was gene,
a broken-hearted man, caring not what
might happen to him. '
After awhile Lucy regained her form
er strength, and, if anything, more
than her formor beauty,
Her brother married, and brought a
young wife home. Then Lucy felt that
she could carry out a plan which had
become the dosire of bur heart.
Ella could step into her place in the
cottage and minister to the comfort of
ber father and brother, and sho could
be spared for the work of mercy which
called hor forth with such a voice.
Though innocent she had caused the
shedding of human blood. She would
atone for it by trying to save lite hence
forth. She left the country village where so
much misery had befallen her, and
' making her way to London, sought
and obtained work as a nurse. 1 he
more dangerous the case, the more
eager was sho to try what her skill
could accomplish. In her work of
mercy, peace gradually came to her,
and she learned to look at the past with
elearer eyes, and to realize 'that tho
Eunishment of banishment which she
ad forced upon Leonard was only the
fruit of a morbid feeling which had
possessed her that all mnst suffer for a
sin which one alone had committed.
She had grown to think of him kindly
and pityingly, and would unhesitating
ly have" extended the hand of friend
ship to the "poor boy" as she ever
designated him in hor thoughts had
she met him.
One morning she received an early
call from the proprietor of an hotel
close by, at which she hod more than
once attended; The worthy Boniface
was iu a state ot great excitement.
"Miss Garwood," he beg&n, nervous
ly finererinz the toomost button ot his
coat, "I've come to you on btrtialf ot a
stranger, who's been taken ill at my
place. I know nothing at all about
the man, w he only got there last
night, and could hardly stand 6hm for
Wlftlft. --- thla mfjl rig J"
him raving like mad. Bui? t know
that'll make no difference to one like
you, who never asks if it's friend or
enemy; so I came for you as soon as
"You did perfectly right, Mr. Brown.
I will get a fow things together and ac
company you at once.
Accustomed as Lucy had boon to
various kinds of suffering, she had nev
er before had her powers taxed so fully.
The strauger seemed to know any dif
ference in attendance, ana 11 was oniy
Lucy's soft touch upon his fevered fore
head which could charm away his wild
fancies of pursuit and endeavors to es
cape from imagined dangers.
Lucy sat by the bedside in her plain
Worn out with incessant wutehing
sho had fallen asleep, when suddenly
she was awakenod with a start by feel
ing a touch upon hor hand. She open
ed hor eyes wondoringly, and met an
intelligent look from the patient his
tirst since she had como to nurse him.
He had reached out to touch her with
his wasted lingers, and as she now mot
his glance, said tecbly:
"I thought yon were, like everything
else a shadow; but I see you are flesh
and blood. What's tho matter? how
came I here?"
"You have beon sick; but you are
with friends. Now you must be con
tented without talking. In duo time,
when you grow strong, you may talk
all you wish now you must go to
And with a contontod nigh the sick
man drifted off again into slumber.
So it wont on for several days. Al
ternate sleep aud nourishment made up
tho sum of tho patient's lite. Then
tilings changed. The restless, domi
neering spirit of manhood ' had re
awakened, and it bogaa to assort it
self. But what think you wore his first
words? Thoy wore, "Lucy, don't you
"Who are' you?" sho asked, with a
quiver in hor voice, half-fearing, half
hoping what his answer might be.
"I am Leonard Carstonet I came
baok to steal a look at the girl I have
loved so faithfully and truo, and then
I meant to go away again. But it
wasn't to bo. Now, Lucy, you have
saved my lifot don't you think you
ought to lot past things be forgiven
and forgotten, and make that lifo of
some use to me?"
"I never blamod you, Leonard, so I
have nothing to forgive," said. Lucy,
"Then let by-gones be by-goncs,
Luoy, and let us turn over a new leaf,
now upon the threshold of the new lifo
you have given mo a lease of. Be my
wife, and! promlso vou I'll do tny best
to make you happy."
l"I have only boon an Instrument in
i u?, of L9niu'i. You must
thank Him for your recovory Instead of
"I do thank God with all my heart,
but I want to thank Him for an even
more precious gnu May I? I want
And Lucy became the wife of him
who had loved her so truly through all
iheee long and weary years ot anpar
eutly hopeless waiting.
Sense and Buniituout. !j
Darwiji Without doubting there
can ho no prozress. j f ,
Locke: Nobody is uuder an obliga
tion to know auy thing.
Taikeri Raasonlnir presupposes the
trustworthiness of reaion.
Douglas Jerroldi'f Dogmatism is
puppyism como to its full growth.
Paine: The world is my country ami
, to do good U my religion. . , ,
' i Shakspoaro: Fortune brings In some
boats that are not steered.
Duds: Our happluoss is but an un
happinoss more or less consoled.
Doctor Johnson: Success and virtue
do not necessarily go together. t
George Sand: For ulna who does
everything in its proper time, one day
is worth three.
La Rouchefoucauld: , We condemn
vice and extol virtue merely through
Emile Souvestro: Work furnishes
bread for every day, but it is gayoty
that gives it savor.
Tennyson: Tbore lives more faith
in honest doubt, believe me, than in
half the creeds.
La Bruyero: Tiie most delicate of all
pleasure consists iu ' promoting the
pleasure of others.
Lucretius: Not lie is profane who
rejects the gods ot the vulgar, but he
who accepts them.
George Sand: There are no bettor
prudes than the woman who have some
little socret to hide. : i
Anon: Make friends and you will
have friends. Make enomies and you
will have enemies.
White: A little learning is not a dan
gerous thing to one who does not mis
take it for a groat deal.
C'arlyle: A speotly end to supersti
tion a gentle otic, if you can contrive
it, but any way an end.
Sophocles: Reason, my father, by
the gods is given to man tho noblest
treasure we can boast.
Jerome: If an offense como out of
truth, bettor it is that the offense come
than the truth be concealed.
Dr. Johuson: The truly strong an d
sound mind is the mind that cau em
brace equally groat things and small.
Tacitus: Truth is brought to light
by time and reflection, while falsehood
gathers strength from precipitation
Spinozi: The free man thinks of
nothing less than of death; his wisdom
consists not in the meditation of death,
but of life.
John Knox: I am in that place in
which it is demanded of me to speak
the truth, and the truth I will speak,
impugn whom it lists.
Cicero: Whether the soul be air or
fire I know not, not1 am I ashamed, as
some men are, in coses where I am ig
norant, to own that I nm so.
Muller: Before all things we mnst
not allow ourselves to be pursuaded
that, for the discovery of truth, blind
ers are more useful than spectacles.
Montaigne. We must not always
speak all that we know; that were fol
ly; but what a man says should be
i hat he thinks, otherwise it is knav
ery. E. D. Slonker: To; stuccoed in the
world It is much more necessary to
possess the penetration to discover
who is a fool than to discover who is a
clever man. f
can not be gained over another roan
than this, Hint, when tho injury began
on his part, tho kindness should begin
II. Rogers: Investigation frequently
leads to doubt, where there was nono
before. So much the better. . If the
thing is not true, inquiry can do no
IL Rogars: Truth at the bottom of
her well is of about aa much use as
water there, and is of very little use
without some appliances to brin it to
the lips of tiie thirsty.
Robert Hall: Wisdom and truth, tho
offspring of tho sky. are immortal; but
cunning and deception, the meteors of
the earth, after glittering for a mo
ment, must puss away. .
Only a question of time Asking tbe
hour. . '
Had to Stand It. .-.
Insido woio half a dozen ladies and
gentlemen whon the driver stopped the
car and said: "There is somebody in
this car trying to beat me ont of a
fare." The passengers looked at each
other and all said they had put in their
fare. "It don't make any difference.
There are only six fares in tho box and
seven people in tho car." Then a gen
tleman got up, and with a sigh put in
the missing fare, remarking, "I put in
one before, but as I was once in the
Legislature everybody will say it can't
bo anybody else but me, so I'll have to
stand it." Detroit Free Press., ,
"Papa, Don't Bary Me Deep "
In the spring of 1869, a little girl died
of consumption in Frederick City, aged
8 years and 3 months. A few days De
fore sho died sho called her fathor to
her bedside and said: "Pann, when I
die don't bury me deep not.more than
so deop," holding up her tender and
emaciated arm, ami measuring from hor
shoulder out. "Oh, it is so hard to
be put dowu so very donp in tho ,cold,
damp grouad, and plcaso don't place
any marble slab on my grave, - it
will bo so dark under it; and it will
res so heavilv unon mv little broast.
od my grave nicely, and plant a tree
at its head, so that the wild birds can
gather in its branchos and sing for
iuc.n After a pause sho continued.
"But it seems to me I would rather
havo our own birds sing for me than tho
wild birds. Couldn't you let brother
Willio and sister Emma bring our cago
of little birds out to tho cotnotory every
Sunday morning and leave them to sing
for me ail day? Whon you are all ot
church in town it won't seom ao lone
somo out by myself." A few dayj after
this Anna died, nnd her nffoctionate
En rent did everything as she roquostod.
he was burled shallow, the grave nioe
ly sodded and a tree planted at its head.
And still every Sunday morning Willio
and Emma can bo seen going out to
the oomotery with the'.rcago of little
birds to Anna's grave. ...
The roaster said: "Shall I teach
?rou what knowledge is? When you
lave a thing, to hold that you know It;
and when you do not know a thing, to
a low that you do not know it. This
is knowlodgo."- Confwiiix.
Love Making in a Beer Oardon.
Making love in a beer garden ' is lia
ble to be carried on under disadvan
tages and subject to interruptions more ,
or less disagreeablo. The other night
a young man sitting with his sweetheart
in a garden over the Rhine, . wav en
deavoring to pour a tale ot love into ber
listening ear, which the shrill cries in
cident to the locality were continually
interrupting. The courtship ran some
thing after this fashion: s - j
"Dearest Eliza, you know that your
image alone holds a place ; within my
hrfart. ' I thrill only to the soft tones of
your swont voice; I am bappy in no
company but yours. In abort, belter
than life do I love"
"As I was saying, before yon caitiff
boer-jerker passed this way with his dis
cordant ejaculation, I am indissolubly
yours. The starj are never bright un
less you are by my side, yet your eyes
ever do shame their brightness. I see
no beauty in tho flowers until your pres
ence blesses mo, and then your beauty
makes them hide their heads in envy.
For ono kiss from those sweet lips I
"Ein cigar! ein mineral! !"
"(Confound that boy!) Dost love me
dearest, as I love you? Wouldst join
your fate to mine? Could you consent
to go hand in hand with me through
life, banauetinz on love and feasting
"Pretzels for two!"
"(Oh, hang your pretzels?) What
would life be without thee? It would
be as a barren desert without one oasis
a long dismal night unchoered by one
single star; cast adrift upon the wide
and lonely ocean with no friendly sail
in view from day to day and all the
while the fierce hunger in my heart
"Fire and blazes? Lizo, let'a get out
o' this." ",rl4
They got. Cincinnati Sat Night
What is that which the dead and tho
living do at the same timo? Tbey go.
round with the world.
Horses with Wooden Shoes. '
Tiie Syracuse Courier says: "Near
the border lines dividing the towns of
Otiondago ami Marcellux, and two miles
from Navarino, is what a few years ago
was known as Boaver Meadow, a large
tract of land surrounded on three sides
by woods, covered twelve yean ago
with water five to fifteen feet deep,
where suckers and bullheads weighing
all the way up, would dive for a worm
or a fly, and never fall from grace until
they fell into it To-day there is no
water k be found on the entire forty
acres, ind, with the exception of ten
or twelve acres it is covered with a
coarse meadow grass. It was formerly
owned by Charles Vinton, until a few
years since, when Charles Cates same
into possession of it and now has sever
al acres under cultivation. He has de
vised a kind of largo wooden shoe
made of thick plank which he fastens
on to tbe feet of his horses so that they
shall not nink; for one in walking over
it has a feeling of uncertainty, for it
shakes like a forty-acre cauldron of jel
ly. The soil is a soft muck, and lius
had the drain of tho surrounding coun
fryLand is now thirty feet by measure
The Undecided Man.
The undecided man, says the Boston
Courier, is, perhaps, the greatest bore
in existence He is a trouble to himself
and every one with whom he comes iu
contact. For instance, thsro is Thistle
down, who lives half way between two
avenues by which horse-cars convey
psssongers down town. When ho gets
out of doors of a morning he stands on
his doorstep and looks first up the street
and then down to see if there any cars
coming, which is perfectly useless, as
he couldn't see them on account of in
tervening buildings, if they were.
Then he goes to the corner of one ave
nue, and not discovering the necessary
vehicle in sight, he walks the full length .
of the street to the other main tho
roughfare. By tbe time he gets there,
be sees a car passing at the other end
of the block, and he hurriedly retraces
his steps. He is too late, however, to
catch the conductor's eye and he makes
a dive down the street in the opposite
direction only to miss another car. Thus
he spends his morning like a kind of hu
man pendulum, and gets to his place of
business about noon. As a waste of his
own aud other peoplo's timo he is un
doubtedly a great success.
m i ai
I saw Mrs. Langtry, says a London
correspondent, the other evening at the
opera on tbe occasion of the first per
formance of Rubenstin's opera of "II
Demonio." Sho sat with her back to
the stage during tho entire evening,
having evidently come there to be seen,
and not to see. The Jersey Lily looks
worn and faded, and her pale gray toi
let lacked the showy splendor that used
to characterize her costumes in former
days. I novor admired hor, even when
I tirst saw her in the height of ber re
nown. How any face could be consid
ered handsome with that broad, heavy
jaw was tome a- mystery. And then
she always luckod the supreme charm
of beauty, namely, unconsciousness, .
whether real or feigned. She is always
attitudinizing, and always on the look- '
out for admirers. The Prince of Wales
dropped in to visit her in ono of the !
cntractrx, but his highness had a cold
in Ills head, appareutly, as ho passed
nearly the whole of the period of his
visit in a sorics of vehement and most
unroyal snoezes. The beauty of tho
iirosent London season is said to ho a
Mrs. Simpson, who, with hor husband,
has just returnod from a live years' res-'
icloiico in China, There is also a Miss
Graham, who has also a most lovely:
faco, but who spoils her very undoniublo
charms by the too free use of cosmetics.
Howovor.'l think that the epoch of pro
fessional beauty in London society Is
protty much at an cud, which is fortun
ate for socioty.
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ult'"i,s IKAAS (jfT.rs greater attractions
Alnway ofgtKid.chesplands, healthy rountrv,
ii,u I.HIUC,,,, niiiiuunnce ot tininer ana water, dl
.. .o.L. OI jiuuiili-, umu auv otner reciou now
open w aelllement, lu this rapidly dcvcloplne
section, the Texas and PaclOc Hallway lisa In
oporatlon ovurrtiJ) miles of road, along which sr
iu no dsii, si tow prices and on ensy terms, mil
lions of acres of good snd cheiip railroad and gov
ernnient lands, btit recently opened for settlement
ror circular sua msps. giving truthful information
atinress v . li. A iwtA ts, j.anu Comnilsionor, T
I'. Kallwsy. Marshall, Texas.
YmillfT Afpii Learn Tolefraphyl Earn M
I VaWfl JlCll to $ltK) a month, t.rsduates
guaranteed psylng offices. Address Valentino
Bros,, Janusvlllv, wis.
cents. . 1. ROW
CO., N. Y.
A COLl.KOK AND ORAM MAR HC1I00L.
The Best School for Boys.
For tnrms, address DR. KTRVKNS I'AKKKIt.
Wardcu of lUclmi College, Haclno, Wis,
ri A '
r luresion -. .'!'
Tks ktn.1 Praanat aaA
ullaa af ail rarraawa
abla. Sols daaUnla'Diaat
Ht.rnK jf la, y,
All larrnen. Mutheri. llnmiau Men. Mechamra .
t&c, who are tired out by work or worry, and sll who-
gia, or Vowel, Kidney or Liver Complaints, youlan
re miacraoiB wnn uyaprpitia, rneuinanim, neural
belnvigoratfd and cured by oing
If vni, am wfl.lint, mwav Wfith I Innaumiituill. AjIS.-l
rv:. ..... ...:n ai VmAria'li
Ginger Ionic ths grtstett illood Fortiluer and the J
Best Health A gtrenfth Bestorer joa vB,n?3
snd fsr mperior te Bitters and other Tonics, aaltl
builda up the syttem, but never intoxicate, .jen.4
$i aires. Hiwnx ft Co., O "'" J T
Morgan l'ark Military Accademy.
ha best Boys' Hoarding School In tho West,
pares for College, Ht.Uintlflc Hchool or Busi
ness, Location at I rami v and olovaWO. nessiotl
begins Hp, l;, INH1. Henri for catalogue to CapU
Kl) N. KIRkt TALCOT'l'. l'rln.. Morgan Pitrk.
CookCo.,,11. . . . ,m '
'THE MILD FOVZE'
Humphreys' Eomeopathio Speoiiics
Pmvt-il from ampin-xprUiiiNi u Mitlra
iuvct-aii. tilinlilo, Prompt. Efllrlent. and
Reliable, tlwr are llm only uhhIIcIubs
adnpiMl to p(fiular omi. ' , "
i.wr raismnt. ana. untrs. '' rmcm.
L m, CoiiKMtlmi, Inflammation., ,ai
Worm. Worm jr. Worm Oollo. .if
a 'rvliia (olio, or Twilling of Infants, as
i ftlurrhi'a of C'hll(lrn or Adulu, . . .
a jlywnlorv, irlilti(, llllloua Colle, :
1 rholera Morhixi, VnnUlugM. . . .
If'iiuih. lOlcl, llroiuilil!, . . j 2T.
Neurelaia Toothnch, Fiweaohe, . :jt
t. Ilffadai'hri, Kick IlmMlarhiw, Vortlgo,
II. Hiinprt-saea' or I'alnlul Periods,
a. wiiiiea, too pronmii rrrioiiit,
I, .nv u,.iiiiii, i rinni., . . ,ai
Uimku. t'Ullcult flrnathlwr, . .25
ruin. F.I'VkIix'Irii. Knii.llcm. .41
II Halt llhruin
id. imruiiiaiiaiu, miuiuimiio i uiiia, .m
IK krvrraiid 4mH Chill. Kovnr, Akus,
11. Pllm, liliiid or Jtlt-fdlriK. M
It. Catarrh, wine or i-lirmilp; Influenza, Ni
li. hooping t'oniili, violent CoUKlm, .Ml
tt. (iMiral Hrlillily, I'liyn'l WohkilMB, .AO
1. Kliluey lllap Mi
2S. ,rrv(iua lli-Mlity, Rpnrmatorrhxa, l.tal
I riiiarv WrakilPa. Wetting rjie Ued.Mj
Si. Itiaraae ol'lhtt Heart. Palpitation, 1.11,
Kor aalH tiy l ruKKlxta, ur a in Uy tlia Caan,
oralngle Vial, frm of olmriiti, on piplut of
nrloo. tamt for Dr. Iluiuplirva' Honk on
IMaraae, aVr., il4 pagvaj, alao lllualralva'
Catalogue, I K UK.
Aildri'aa, Htmilihmva' lloineopalhln
Med. Co., 10U t-'uUoa ell.. Sew York.
tilvralriauntwltcf and ia an Infallible -
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold by Dnwlrtsewryvrhcre. Price, 11.00 per bot
pranaHbr muil. Sample sent Yrrf to 1'hyaicloua
tnila.UnfereT,tf P.Kfnitamfter A t o. Boa JWfc
,v jforkC'ltr. bulomauulauturemufBaJUaM."
fa narfectlr Dura. Pronounced t h twal by tha turn
ai dikIic.iI nuthoritiM in the uil.l liivoa Qijin.-rt
aaranlal 19 Wulei F.tfv.-il'ci.". ,,-t nl pint. Is?,
(toid yruKxi.u. w h i:msrmiM co , y
II II Wlns.
a r jrtooi Reitomdt
II II rciDK-
I "IftralJ flSilS 4 NlUVK blacasss. (Mylurt
U U W N
roue R tOTADrn
mrurt"T rvi, rjnirpD ana sar jijr'aumt.
'aulltiJ If UteD a Oirericl. JV' AfJ ajur
ixur. Ireatia and wi trial bottlem!)
li'nu,infr paviniffxiirraiuuce. penu naina,
i ami tiur.-u suMrraa to 1a. KLINH.9.I
MUSTACHE AMD Wfttmtt.
u-i W aWesV saa-af fO latkfaWlMl ta
rT aral.tialaiir..I.WWi M'ci?
. TV I Sir ekMaatleaa.Mf.SUYaa
linages, raaiiax AJ ejWWaMi pBatasjaft
3REAON WII1T THE
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AHE THE I1E.ST.
Because they are tbe LIGHTEST, IUXDSOMEST,
A5D STRf)N(5FT knwo. IMd CMWana ai
WA I KIM -Au ""e''i!"H young man In
. .... -every country town, to take a
permanent nu ll atienry lor te sale of oar tess,
Coffees, etc., In packacua, to consumers. This sen
cv requires uo peddli-jg and but a moderate smoant
oi eoiirmiiK, aim u propeily luanaited wli
irom j.awuj i t,vn per ear. Paruculars free.
1', U. ilox
tt, Ixiuls, Mo.
AI tMEUIlI afUIEH All iffsinriisr
Thlawfli kBown prcasrstinn If hiihly rwwnro.ndial
D7esiala. HeadM-he, a,lrknrM r tb
Sllefauarb, and all cotn,iainta artamv Irom Aridity.
b.loiuarM, and Havliarlal rerf ra. It cuSa
lha bioui and riila ilia bowcla. Il la a hnfii
Mvlicin for cSttdrea. preparad by A. ROJK&a
3UHH, CbamtiU, Jul Bluatkar dtret, Kaw Tork.
aparier fa i atlasral Waters, Beldlitx Powders, atfj
NEW AD VKBTINKM KNTS.
dlia rnnur'H okuans.
17 Ktops & Set
IlTirt I I I Ooldcn Touette
e Heeds, only
... t, . Address Daniel f. Beatty
PrANWlJtr v INMALLMFNTSI
T.ZtT. . ,mr.ul"llllP" iiartsof tb
(lT?ATSM""ntiv. PRTCs LOW an,l
"v.,aj (eriiis ori'Hvnient env.
forcataltiutie. llOKAt'k. uithisIih
MHiiufacltirers snd dealer. W Hrosdwsy, N. Y
IOlb MnAt AWAROED
tha A uthor. A nttw and itrsal atud
kal Work.warrantd the beat and
eitaaomt, indiatM,naal,laiA atrnrv
man.enttllad "tlia ttownocnf LiW
or,n.ir-i-rHMimtuin i" bonndin
flmatt Krencb nioalm, mloai,
linua only tl ttinnl br
send now, Addrau Hoabmjj Mad
INflW TrTVRPI P 'natntnr 1T W. 11 PAR
i inanitmaor ir. w. ii. ran
HK, No. i BulttnchaL lloatvn
Have you ever KNOWN
Any person to he seriously HI without a wca'
stomach or Inactive llvor or kidnevst Ana whel
theso rgsns are iu gnou condition do you not tint
their possessor enjoying good health Parker
enns, and never falls to make tho blood rich sn
pure, and to strengthen nvcry psrt oi' the system
it nas cured liuiidrei s ufdobaalrlng invalids, as
your druggist ahpnl It.
' -i t
K'W.VtMOtesiV tx VS-s1
TtatlaMn Anti Malaria rillharmltlTC rao4rror
faYaranSMaiarlalaalllulbrini. Na Qulnloa, Th,1Man. o
, Taiilnnnlali af Uia vlrtua of thla nail woaitirlal aid)clarj
rrlvasntWiaaoB wipwnrN.r n,aii.
. U KaUottSB, II BnUaa tk, N.. Tk,
Ma aaaaiaaas a
ll(5Xblo) 10010 -
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