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On the Train.
Xn no," the replied with a tulle to entrano-
When we ventured to uk If the leat wer
That the hurry and worry of business commo
Were, for tbo time bolng, entirely assuaged.
It was nn the down train In tbe hot July twi
light. The windows were open, the cool breeza
And Mow the soft hair all over the crimson
That stnlnd tbe clear check, and tbe sweet,
Ob, that cbln with Its dimple and wonderful
And marvi'loul fairness; he'd n'er seen It
And 'twas greatly enhanoed by the bit or
His Innocence thought was concealing; a
At Ant, as was natural, they talked of the)
How hot and how sultry the day that bad
Then spoke of tbe last showy wedding of fash-
, How enormous tbe fortune the grooms baa
The next thing in ordor, of course, was tbe
With the darkness of Egypt whatever
And the little black patch, when they morged
Had changed its position from berchln to
Lrzm a Waixino.
The speaker, a sallow-faced, not
rery agreeable-looking young man of
about twenty, looked up as tbe door
burst open, and ooructhirig like a smilo
lit up his features ns be nodclod a wel
come to bis visitor, a bright, frank
faced youth about two years his Junior,
who came bounding in. Hung himself
into a chair, his bat oue way, his vane
another, and then began to spuak in
fairer, exoited tones, and with an air
' of boyish enthusiasm. ,
Congratulate me, Clement!'1 he
criod. "My nomination as cadet ar
- rived last night, and I start in two days
for Woolwich," and Horace Mervyn
looked exultily at ' his particular .
friend, Clement Hastings, who an
swered: "And I, too, have good news, Hor
ace; for I leave soon for London, my
uncle having written me to come on
u ud read law in bis office."
"No dull law for me, Clem," ex
claimed the other, "for I long for a life
of excitement, and I intend to rise rap
idly as a soldier, while you are brow
beating witnesses and endeavoring to
find out, by legal lore, the identity of
John Doe and Richard Roe."
"Ah, I shall divide my time between
law and literature, as I have a particu
lar desire to become a good writer, and
you know I hare already written some
very readable articles for our county
papers; but come, return home with
me, for this will be our last day . to
gether for many a year." ! ;
The two had been companions from
their earliest boyhood, the one being
the son of a widow iu moderate cir
cumstances, and the other the heir of
Sir Richard Mervyn, the wealthiest
man in the county where the youths
Fond of life, yet free from dissipation,
and both of them handsome, dashing
youths, it was predicted that they would
make their mark in the world, and as
they bade each other farewell the one to
enter the academy at Woolwich, the
other to take chambers in the Temple
and read law, they mentally resolved
that they would not go through life like
dumb, ((riven cattle, but -
"Would leave behind them
Footprints In tn sands uf Time."
From the day of his entrance at the
Academy, Horace Mervyn set out to
stated at the bead of bis class, and this
determination held to him through the
arduous years of study, and placed his
name at tho top of tbo list the day he
bade Woolwich farewell. ,
In passing through London on his
leave, prior to Joining the battery of
Horse Artillery, in India, to which lie
had been gazutted, be called upon his
old-time friend, Clement Hastings,
with whom he had kept up a regular
"Well, Clem, I graduated with first
r Lonors." he said, after the two had
grasped hands in warm welcome.
"I am glad to hear it, old follow,
though you have surprised me, as you
know you never were very fond of
"True; a gun, dog or horse had more
attraction for me in those 'days of lang
syne;' but I stuck to work with will"
and now have my foot on tho first
round of the ladder of promotion. But
bow have you fared P"
"MeP bh, very woll. I road law,
and was admitted to practice; then I
dabbled in medicine, and a month ago
received my diploma to kill by science,
"What! a lawyer and a doctor, both,
"OK yes; for in my profession I
should know a little of everything."
"And what is your profession ?,p
"Ah! I thought I had told you. I
am an author." And thore was con
mdorable egotism in the replv of the
young aslant for literary honors.
' writing'' yo?unt mo 80m of your
writings and 1 en 0yed them because
you wvou, them old" follow though I
must confess they motl a' uJJ
podantlc; but you know best, Lai
tope you are making your p,m f "J
"Ah, yos, Horace; but It VuVhrn
work at first, you know. Yet I We
set the ball of success rclUug up hill,
and am engaged on sketches for soma
' magazine's stories for others, and l
bave in hand some dramas for our
"Why, you are busy; and I wish you
' every success." And af tor a dinner to
' gother the two friends a second time
parted. 1 f
Six months after that parting Horace
Morvvn was winning fame upon the
fmntlar in an Indian war. and had been
twico recommended for promotion, and
oftea mentioned in dispatches for gal
lantry on the field.
And Clement Hastings was plodding
away In London, driving his pen hard,
and piling up MS., but finding its
marketable value Just enough to keep
him comfortably, and not allow him to
et much ahead ; and bis mother being
ead and having had only a life inter-
terestin the property that had sup-
Earted her comfortably, the young man
ad to depend wholly upon himself.
One day be received a letter from
Horace Mervyn, which particularly in
terested him, for it asked bim to call
upon Miss Davenant, the daughter of a
distinguished officer who had lately re
turned to England from the East.
"Miss Davenant," added Horaco, "is
the one girl in the world for me, and
one of these days I intend to ask her
to be my wifs, so I wish you to see hor,
Clement, and tell me what you think
of her; and, bv the way, don't forget
to throw in a" good word for yours
Of course Clement Hastings callod
on Kate Davenant, and, at sight, he
fell in love with the beautiful girl,
whose character was as lovely as were
her face and form.
And, at a glance almost, ho discov
ered that her opinion of Horace was
such that, when she was asked to bo
come his wife she would not refuso, for,
when about to take his leave, sho said,
Oh, Mr. Hastings, please write to
Lieutenant Mervyn and ask him to be
hmrt rash, for you do not know how
very reckless ha is, and the ollloers and
men say he will surely be killed; you
will toll him to bo careful, for I know
you have influence with him, as ho hits
ever spoken of you so highly."
Clement promised, but iu his heart
there came the first bitter thought he
had ever had against his friend, and ha
muttered, as he walked buck to his
"If he throws his life away it is not
my fault; and then Kate Davenant may
loarn to love mo."
To win admiration from Miss Dave
nant. Clement Hastings worked with
redoubled energy, and, with tho half
dozen plays he liad written, went from
manager to manager, begging to read
them what he knew would make their
fortune and his own, should they put
it on the stage.
But the managers thought differently
after hearing several acts of each play
read, and declined them, with tho ad
vice to the writer that, if he perse
vered, in time he might bring out a
drama that would make a hit
"In time I shall bo an old man; but
those fellows are fools, egotists, who
alone think they know what will suit
the public; but I will tiy again, for I
must write something brilliant to find
favor in the eyes of Kate, for she actu
ally yawned behind hor fan when I
read to hor last night my learned ar
ticle upon the 'Immortality of the
Brute Creation.' I am afraid my stylo
may be a little too hoavy," and enter
ing his rooms Clement found there a
box that had arrived from India, ad
dressed to bim.
It was from Horace Morvvn, and con
tained a lot of Indian curiosities, a few
specimens of native arms, and a roll of
"Well, what is this?" And Clement
took ii) the package of paper and
looked at it.
"Whatf a play, and written by Hor
aco P Why, the man is crazy to think
that he can write, for how he ever
passed through Woolwich, I cannot
understand oh! here is his letter,"
and opening it he read:
Ghorabad, 8cpt, is.
"Mr Dear old Clkm. I send you herewith a
few souvenirs that may bo acceptable, as they
are curiosities In England.
"Kate writ 'B mo that you cull ortnn, and aho
likes ynu immensely; but don't fall In lovo
with hor, Clem, for you know sho is my bright,
"You have doubtless seen aocounU of our
hard work here, so I'll not bore you with re
peating tbo stiry, and I have but a moment to
write. Good-hvo, and good luck to you.
"Voura, HoKACK MmiVTI.
"P. 8. Just received orders to inovo upon
the hill tribes and expect a hot time, but boK
to win my oaptalnoy.
"By the wy, 1 havo employed my lelxure
hours in scribbling, and, just to pluime Kate,
have written a piny, though she knows noth
ing about It, and I nave kept it as a dead He
crot from my brothor oilicerg, not being will
ing to bo laughed at as a podxntiu fool. I now
send It to you, and Its title Is 'Tho Vagabond.'
"Of course you can at a gianeo decide upon
IU merits, if it bits any. and bring it out for
me. If It has only demerit, which I ImIIpvo,
make uiimr-lightoni of it, and as you lovo me,
do not toll Kute. Uood-bye again. Hoiiack.
' "Well, here goes for tho first cigar
lighted with his nonsense," and tbe
title page was rolled up and held in
the blaze; but as Clement Hastings sat
musing and smoking, his eye foil upon
the opening words of "Tho Vaga
bond, and something in them caused
him to read farther.
And, as each page was read, be con
tinued on, until at bust he dropped tbo
MS. and said, angrily:
"Why didn't I think of this? It will
go as certain as I Hit hero if I let a
manager see it, which I will take good
care not to do, as Kate Davenant shall
never know that he can do what I can
not." He was half-tempted to destroy it,
but refrained from so doing, and lockod
it up after a moment's thought.
Tbe next dttv, as he read his morn
ing paper and ato his breakfast, his
eyes foil upon tho telegraphic head
lines "Massacre of troops in India- sever
al ollicers and a number of soldiers
Eagoriy be road what followed, and
it told him that among tho dead left on
the field was the "gallant Lieut Hor
ace Morvyn, Ii II. A., who sacrificed
his life to save a wounded corporal."
"Poor, poor Horace! lust Ii ko him to
do such a deed!" said Clement, his
heart touched by the loss of his friend;
but his bettor naluro soon vunished,
for he sprang to his foot with a Hushed
lace, antl cried :
"Now is Kate Davenant niluo avn.
and more, 'The Vagabond' , is mine."
OIX WOUKS art nr. i: Inmnnt. Haul ncru
S"??0.1 unr,80 ft" J eagerly seized lliu
half dozon papers ho had ordered loft
at bis rooms, and read tho criticisms
ti f h Vagabon J." presented for
. m tlme tM0 n,Sht before."
htot!f,0wUB?.ta ma(lS or tbey laud
Muno .7 r?1- m m name
ProdnoVd . j Bt iucsdwl play ever
raciest hunwt. lug palUoB Ml
0A1KO. BULLETIN: FRIDAY , MORNING, AUGUST
And Kto Davenant. whose eves had
grown red since the day of H at Indian
massacre, smiled upon the young au
thor kindly, and ottered her warmest
congratulations; nay more, as timo
went by, and the fame of Clement
Hastings increased, she promised him
her hand, for her father willingly gave
his consent when ho found that Cle
ment was no longer an impecunious
young scribbler. N '
Having made a suocess, of course
Cloment Hastings' writings were in
demand, and, with the aid of a Bo
hemian, who bad brains but no money,
he wrote several other plays that also
took well, and for which he paid the
roal author enough to keep him from
starving for a few months.
With a comfortable bank account,
and a "royalty" upon his plays, Cle
ment Hastings was living In line style,
and had bought and furnishod a (small
residence iu which ho was to install bis
bride in another month.
Satod in bis sumptuous homo one
evening, making notes for a new play,
tho servant suddenly usherod in a visi
tor, and with a cry of horror Clement
Hastings started back, for Horace Mer
vyn stood before him.
"Horace, I believed you dead!" he
said, in a hoarse voice.
"So it would seem, Clement, from
what has occurred: but 1 came not
here to quarrel with you. Hold! I
know all for, on landing yesterday,
after my escape from along imprison
ment among the Beloocheos, I stopped
over night in Southampton, and seeing
The Vagabond' advertised, went to the
theatre aud witnessed my play verba
tim, with your uatne as author.
"So be it; you have reaped a rich
harvest, and I will not rob you of it,
for I am a rich man; but for your
treachery I will punish you by taking
from you Kate Davenant, whom you
won under false pretences."
"Never! She knew that you could
not write a play, or thought so, and
you have no proof, and she will remain
true to me," said Clement Hastings,
"Unfortunately for you. I keep a
copy of all my letters, ami the Beloo
cheos did not get my copying-book,
and 1 showed to Kate just what you
had doneHold! Show no anger
to me, Hastings, for i I am the
wrotiged one; for tho ugh I give you
tbe play, and no one else than Kate
and myself shall know of your treach
ery, for all you can make out of it yon
are welcome to, you must, lose her, as
this letter will show you," and Captain
Mervyn banded the while-faced, tremb
ling man a short noto from Kate Dave
nant, severing the engagement between
them, aud telling bim that, for the
future, tbey were strangers to each
Clement Hastings bowed his head in
humiliation aud sorrow, for be dearly
loved Kite Davenant, ami when he
raised it Horace had gone, and from
that day tbey never met again; for tho
young o nicer, still suffering from bis
wounds and long captivity, had re
sigiied from tho army, and soon after
started to Italy for a long stay abroad.
But he went not alone, for Kato
Davinant became his wif on tho very
day that her marriage with Clement
Hastings was to have taken place; and
when they again returned to England,
the purloiner of auother man's brains
had bocome a Bohemian of tbe lowest
firilnc nriil In filnt A v.-lTflJiind.
Tho Effect of Indulgence,
in strong drink can be removed from the
system by Warner's Safe Kiduey and Liver
Cure. ' '
How an Albany Keporter Felt
Ho felt like a small Vesuvius and the
hot springs of Arkansas combined. In
a broken mirror upon tho wall he ap
peared like a fountain of molton brass.
Streams of perspiration playfully
poured down the creases of his gar
ments and percolated through the cane
scat of his chair to the floor, where
they formed puddles in which cock
roaches in search of a sea breezo nav
igated on rafts built of paper para
graphs which bad not been otherwiso
utilized because of the putrefaction o(
his pot of paste by the heat In vain
he endeavored to write. As fast as ha
put a point on his pencil and brought
it to an angle approximating the perpen
dicular the lead would molt, slip out of
its wooden overcoat and forming it.
self into minute globules, would
run down tbo desk, leap to the floor
and bury itself In the puddles of per
spiration with seething hisses. The
boiling ink in a bronze stand emitted a
sickening odor, and great beads of
rusty sweat stood out upon tho blades
of a pair of scissors like pimples on
tbo face of a college freshman. In
despair tbo reporter grasped a voltimo
of Dr. Kane's Arctic explorations, and
mentally wallowed in its freezing de
Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure.
Art in Denvor,
Art is the rage In Denver now. It Is
related of a wealthy lady, who hail
taken five or six lessons, thai she com
menced a large painting of the Israol
5: js crossing tho Uod Sa. The Ia4
Noon of her sho was in a livery stable
hiring mnn to hold the horses' months
open. Whether she means to represent
tho wicked Tharoah as being swallowod
by a ferocious charger, has nut vol ap
peared, fot'Nhu has shut herself apart
from tho vulgar crowd, and meditates
It solitude. -(ol(fcu (Vol,) (I lube.
A'omon, says a cynical old bachelor,
are like postage stamps- the nioro yuu
lick 'em tho closer they stick.
. . ...
"I iiavk HUKKKiiKD beyond endurance."
"My lite has been a burden to mo." "I
have boon denied tbu pleasures of society."
Extracts from testimonials oi those cured of
skin and scrofulous humors by tho Cuti-
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Lifo Is not always under our own control,
but can bo prolonged by care and prudence.
Burdock Blood Bitters as a laxitivc, altera
tive and diuretic mcdiciuo tend material1;'
to restore health and lengthen our days,
Prico (1.00, trial slzo 10 cents.
Ladies ' who appreciate elegance and
purity aro using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the i best artlclo sold for restoring gray
hair to lu original color and beauty;
AUUUli UWJJio. . i
,, Now that every newspaper in the
land is contributing little reminiscen
ces of Carlyle to the treuoral fund, the
Appeal has taken tho pains to gather
up several anecdotes of tho great man,
whioh have never soon print . ! -'
About tlve years ago the Triuce of
Wales called at Carlylo's house, and
was asked to dinner. The great critic
gave the prince a bowl of mush and
niolassos, reserving quail on toast,
frogs' logs, and a bottle of Budwelser
for himself. The prince said :
"1 don't like mush." , ,
"Then gnaw the toothpicks, you
d d impudent rascal. Who the devil
invited you to my houso, anyway?"
Tbe prince was quite delighted with
the sturdy old Scotchman's bluntness,
and when he got homo laughed very
heartily over it
One day Miss Olive Harper, corres
pondent of the AHa, called to spend
the afternoon, and begged Carlyle to
give his opinion of the great writers.
"I hope you adore DickensP" she
"Nover read the idiot's books?"
"Thackoray, of course, you"
"A stupid ass. I tell you. don't
mention Thackeray to me, or 1 11 brain
you with a poker."
"Of course yon' vo read my sprightly
letters to the Altar '
"I read ono. It came to me from
America wrapped around a bottle of
California wine. The wine was beast
ly, and tbo letter like the wine, only
Nothing but dregs. 11 ere,
kick this woman out of the
afterward wrote a
the AHa describing
ruing wilh the great
When Daniel Webster ws in Eng
land he met Carlyle on tbe street and
introduced himself. Mistaking him
for Noah Webster, he gathered a brick
nnd knocked live front teeth in, shout
"Are you tbe who de
stroyed tbe English language?"
Finding uext day that he had made
a mistake and hit the orator, he was
very sorry that Iu bad not known it at
tbe time and calling at the hotel with
a shot gnu, rilled Dan with No. 6 goose
shot. Webster was very fond of lulling
this anecdote, which lie thought was
very amusing, and gave the shots to his
friends as souvenirs of tho meeting.
Two Brave Little Girls.
A long time ago, in the Indian coun
try, two little girls slipped away from
the fort and went down iuto a hollow
to pick berries. It was Emmy, a ghl
of 7 years, and Bossie, her sister, not
All at once the sun flushed on some
thing bright and Km ray know that the
prettv painted things sho bad seen
crawling among the bushes must bo
hostile Indians, with gleaming weapons
in their hands. She did not cry out or
in any way let them know she bad seen
them. Hut she looked all about, saw
that some of the creeping Indians al
ready were between her and the fort,
and wont on picking berries as before.
Soon sho called aloud to Ilcssie, with
a steady: "Don't you think it's going to
rain?" Sr tbey both turned an'lwalked
toward tho fort. They reached the tall
grass, and suddenly Emmy dropped to
the ground, pulling down Bessie, too.
. "What are you looking for? ' asked
tho little sister, in surprise,
Then Emmy whispered to Bessie, and
both of them stole silently and quickly
ou hands and knees through tho Ion 2
grass until they came t- the road,
whert Uiey started up ran swiftly to tho
fort dashed through tho ontranee, and
had the gate safely closed behind thorn.
Tbe girls are quite old now, but tbey
remember very well the day they
saved themselves, the fort which their
father commanded, and the soldiers,
and tho other people in it besides.
$7. Nicholas. $
Oat With Fly Paper Attachment
An up-town lady is the owner of a
cat who loves to jump after Hies. This
lady, wishing to rid herself of somo
flies purchased several shoots of sticky
fly paper, and on Sunday morning
placed one of them on the writing desk
in the dining-room and went about her
work. Soon sho beard a remarkable
noise, and tho next instant the cat went
through tho room with swh speed it
could only bo likened to a cat being
shot from a cannon. It, was nothing
but a dull, gray streak. In the rear,
!it('iol,ii to one of its hind feet, follow
ed the sheet of lly paper. The animal
was perhaps the wildest cat over seen.
She took in every room, staircase and
hallway in the house, and went through
them all at the s.ime gait, except in
creasing It slightly in going down M.nir.s,
owing to the fact she didn't stop to
count the steps, and whurever sho went
the lly paper followed like grim fate,
and the cat likely would still bo "scoot
ing" through the house like a veritable
spectre had not its ownor in attempting
to shut one of the doors, so as to nar
row the scene of operations, caught tbo
paper fast. As it tore loose from tbe
hind foot of tbe cat she gave an awful
yowl and disappeared under the ico
box, not returning to her usual serenity
until soveral hours after. Since that
timo whenever she seet a bit of lly
apor, with wonderful sagacity learned
y experience, she inukos tracks with
the spued of a cayoto to some other
part of tho Iiounc, and when a fly auda
ciously buzzes In close proximity to her
nose, sho merely looks at the insect
with an injured air as much as to say,
"Yes, you take mo for a cussed fool
now don't you?" KiiHjxfon freeman.
Among the herd kopt In connection
with tho Manitoba penitentiary is a
cow which is a cross between a buffalo'
and a grade. The Five Press savs
she is not like any other cow, eithor in
shnpo or color, the huge shoulders of
tho buffalo being less prominent, whilo
the flanks are developed as in domestic
cattle, a ridge of long dark hair covers
her spine, and another hirsute fringe
droops from hnrchiu and extends away
down utidor' hor belly, giving hor tho
appoaranoo of some of the cattle one
seos Id tho pictures of L vincrston's
travels la Africa. She doosn't look as
though she would shlnt as a miker,
but in the rnattor of boef would be ft
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Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burnt and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
'. and Aches.
Ko Preparation on esrth equal St. Iaoow Ott u
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Hald ilHWi: theerftillycon.ent tothunxe of m
dsiiio a reference .My bov will return to you for
ii..;. i iuiiiui uni nurr UK'ir VBCailOtl.
Foniitw illuMraied cirrnUr uridrrnn SWITII1N
u. MlUKTMIHiK. A. M.t tlnrranl 1'r.lveniitr
fJr.Jn.l.. .... . ... . '
vimiumv, mmu, ru', is mile iroto rniladelphla,
NORTHERN TEXAH offers frenter attraction
in way of good, rbeap land, healthy totinirv
mim enmo'c, abundance of timber and water, di
versiiv oi pr'iuuciM, trial) nnv oilier reL'iou now
open to ett lenient, Iu thl rapidly developing
auction, the Tex and Pacific Railway ha In
operation over wo mile ,,f road, alonu wbtcb are
to bn had, at low price and on enxv term, mil
lions of acresof Rood and cheap railroad and tov
eminent land, lint recently opened for settlement
For circular and map, iriviiiu truthful Information
address W. II. AitKAMN. Lund Conunlssiouor, T
A 1'. Railway, Marshall, Text.
Vyiiiw Afnn Learn Telepraphyl
1 UUllfl iittjll to $HKi u month. Graduate
uarauteud pnytne otneea. Andre valentine
lro tlaneHVtlle, i.
PA M Pill V'V"t advertiser. HO paies.
1 A ill 1 Jl UFi 1 cents. . 1. RUWKU. A
A COLbKOK AND GRAMMAR NCMOOL.
Tlie Rest School for Roya.
For term, address MR. HTF.YKNH PARKER,
warnciioi intcinu i.onc;u, uncinc, wis,
Hi Ri al Frstrt IB
ullafflf all I'trrsmM.
' All rirtnen, Motheri, lluunesi Men, MechanicaJ
;&c, who are tired nut by work or worry, and all who j
are miiwrable wilh Dyipepsia, Rheumatism, Neiiral-
cia, er Dowel, Kidney or Liver Complaints, youtanj
beinvignratrd and cured by using j
t U you aro wasting away with Consumption, AffM
(Dissipation or any weakness, ynu will find Panwr1
kuinger ionic the greatest Dinoa reroiiieraTO "-j
Bst Health A Strength Keaiorerjoa i" vmy
and far superior t fitters and other Tonfcs, asBj
and $t sire. Hisro ft Co.. Chmit, N. Y,
.... .v.,, .u.him. hut nver intoxicate. 3cv.q
Morfjan Park Military Accadciny.
Tho host Boys' Hoarding Bchool In tlia Weal.
Prepare for College, Hcluntlfio Hchool or
no. I.iwtlnn attractive and elevated, Session
begin Han. lit, 1KH1 , Hend for catalogue to Jajii
El) N. KIRK TALCOTT, l'rln.i Morgan
Cook 'Jo., 111.
f , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ''
THE HI LI F0WZB
Humphreys iiomeopatluo bpecinos
I'rovwl (Mill ample experience an entire
success, Hlinple, Prompt, Kltlcleiit. and
lleliablu, tbey are Did UUly niedlulne
ttaupieu I'U wminr
i.nrrfHlNOlCAi. sua. cuui!. ' . puma.
i. I'l'.m. Con Kent Inn. lnHanmnMii,u K I
It Worms. Worm tever. Worm Collu, Jif I
8. fry In t'otlc. or TeethliiK of Infants, 29
a. Ilvaenlerv. G.lplng, rillloiu udlc. . .
I Cholera Morbus, vomiting;, .. .
1 Cima-ha, I'uiil, Urotichltla a
i KeuraUla. 'I'.l,is,-b?' I'aceaehs. .28
. Ileadachra, Kick llewliu-hes, Vertljo,
10. llvNi.enala, lllllous HtoniHch, . . . .
, t :
II. HiinpreserS or Talnf"! I'ertod. . .i9 I
I sviille, too uroiu"" 11
lit rrooji, UoiiKh. MnienH Kreathlng. . .iiS
14. Mali fthe KryKln Iu fcriiptlons, x
14. Hall I
16. I ri
'lllliatl'lll, IWieuiniiMi: iuiii", i
H.udtiur.t lull, r ever, Aku. Mi
lilvedlim. ) I
rrl. lu'iiiw ori'lironle: Inmietixa. Bit I
). honnlii t'liiiali. violent CoukIih, .50 I
M. General lletillllv. I'hys'l Weukuea. I
H. Kidney lliseusr, I
M. KervniM llvliiilty. BperniHtorrhea, Mil I
i. I rlnary Weaknesa.WettliiKlhe bed, 30
34 llUeuse oftlin Heart, I nlplllitloti,
r.n ,j ui iiKKln(Si eui lijr mw , nnv, .
orslniile VImI, free of ehawe, on receipt of I
For sale by iiniKKlU, or seul by tbe Ciuki,
orll. H.MH1 for Dr. II it hrv' Hook fill
Disease. Ac.,, nu paKesi, also Illustrated
I Aililress. Ililiniibrev' llooiriinnlhle .
Med. Co. tOU ultuu Bl.. ,w Voit.l
AIM A K ESI S
Gives Instant relict and I aa lnfslllbts
CURB FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Sold hy Dmirnlt everywhere. Prtre, II dfl per bof
mii f by nuill. Kanipte sent Jrt' to J'byslc'.in
and illnffrp r,l.y P NenataiHltrr 'o, Hox rA
lie i'uracuy. tulunwuwjMiunroi'UaiU.a
tn ierfe"llv pure. l,roiifttitj.,e t lb 1sl ty ihs Sih
M tndi.) suth'inli.'S in ln ruit.l in Uietir.l
srrtl V W"ti.' I ' IKK.
Bold oy lit u.m. W H XI.It-l tt.lNC0 B I
T STOPPED FREE
SV liwan ftntn Rcvrredl
t liR. KLINE 8GRLAT
Xrt Nerve F,estorei
W.,U 11..I A SSBVK II.SS. Only sure
, .r i.ir fill. l.mt'lAII ttl'li XtTrf AJ''tVM
lf14JHISlf Uki'tl as dlri-cted. fin PUtaJl f
Urttttai'tvn. Truulwsrwl 2 trial btt:fr.tt
P.O. ixl rtn ti lis. r.l.lSK.ir.f
Arcb Si. 1'UUs.Utpli!, is. (risiwili'nyi,
Fnrtinr ! A irenl write niitrk ! Terrtterv free.
Jetittrrly r"'w Im'kI Kt'lliUK artl Icstut. i''"IM'"-
ins: I'en tor ' ;ric ni ail n a ( tries. mie.
tnirf Ibla Ha'h "nl rd twrferi lHirKit1ni.
ibe 1 '.')' de4 Wiroli. ill o,itu7Ui Are.A. i.
31tEAONH W1IV TiiW
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AItl'3 TIIK BFHT.
Became they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Opticians and
Jewelers. Madu by BTENCEB OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
WATTT,f-An,nl'!l"S,,', nung man In
1 lil tif(ry country town, to tako a
permaiieut local arenry for the Valo of our teas,
roffee, etc ,,ln parkagns, to consumer. Thia eu
cy rcqulr..' no peddling and but a moderate amoant
of oilrltlng. end If properly maiiared will pay
Irom fW to .H) per irar. Particular free.
Fsoi'tr Ts CO. . 1. 0. Box Vwi, ht, Louis, Mo.
U AOIEMIU AHIIUIT All ICrilOUAIT.
This well-knnwn proparsllon I tii-rtilr tirmmm44
lot Dyappalis. IIralrlis stleknesw of th
lsBSUsria. sot uli romrisinusriiinsfroiii ArldllT,
BlUawarss, and VlaUrlml f'erer. It cool
tM blood sod rnll Ilia tx.wrls. U ts a fsvnriia
BtedieiD for children. Pr.rM by A. ROOKBlf
(ViNrt, Ch.muli, Ml BlMckar fclreet, 'w Votk.
Saparin to HIaeral Waters, Beldlita Powders, st
rOB klX BX ALL DltLOiJlMTSL
T)l A rnniVH oam, n stop s set
lirj 111 ""Idcn Tongue Weed, only
-a. a Add res Daniel V. Ueatty,
Wahliigton, N. J.
PI A VINA' S01" ov 1 NTA I.f.M F NTS
I JillUM ftandHltipiiedto all partd' tho
iMP: VOIIfomilrv. I'HTt'KS LOW and
vjniiij.t,.r,ns of pavment av. Send
for catalogue. HOKACK WATHIS I CO.
Manufnclurers and dealers, v.i. Kroadway, N
I OLD MEDAl AWARDED
tlie A nl.hnr. A nwsnusTHii Mnd.
Irsl Work.wsrranlcd tli bast sod
etiHatmst, indisiMiuuUietA rvnry
ln&n,ntitlMl "thsHuieneaof jf
nr,tk.lf'l'psnrraiion ;" b,-ond in
rlnmt Krench rnnsim, etnUaMMl,
full adi-Hio pp.oonU.ius bnauiif ul
sLm.1 ns-ravinxs, I'JA pnaorip.
tion, price only SI Ksnt by
SMtid aow.Addrna t'nstwdy Mnd
rijnUT TUVdriPi' st InstiUiHiorOr.W.II I'AhV-
, No- 4 Balfincbst Uwta
Have you ever IvKOWN
Any person to he seriously 111 without
ooinacii or inacitve liver or atiiiie.vsi "V "J
hesu i ritaiisare in good coiiditlort do you Jiot nnd
heir possessor enjojliig gmid hcalthV larker
I. I m ..I....... I....r.i,.. n...... Iti.tinrtant ur-
.iiiK.ir miiiic niwnvs rcoisier in:nii -
cans, and never fall to mnkn the blood rich and
pure, and to Mrongtlimi every part of the 'v'''"1
It hssrnroH hundreils of ilnsaairllll! Invalid. ASK
your druggist, about it,
rw snil Msurlslnslliuinrini. n wmm, j'"ni
TtllsiiilsU of His tirtss of Oil wslly woaArful DiHIclni.
rnl,w, tseb but mi lew msll. ,
too (aasUltn raarl
ails i a i mi t a
TaJ n I If I
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