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THE J)A11,Y CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1881.
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Nancy of the MilL
Blnee Unit I saw I lovcxl
Tbelasa whom still fulluw;
Too loriK rnv heart lial mvrd
With llcklo vnwa mul linlhiw;
llutnow sliiill rest, wl:nte'er molest,
In truthful pence mnl still,
On that ilcnr inalil, sonny uml staid,
bweet Nuncy of tlio Mill.
'Twns on a morn of sprltiK
That 1 went out m-i'ovIiik,
To bear the lilitckliiiilM siuir
Their mellow talo of lo inir;
To watch how ureen the Iicilircrow sereou
Was uruwIiiR. how the iju i cr
Of Unit Hinl reed and ri iiss iOfi ei-'d
With seiitlilauce In tho river.
When, clreamlrtK by the brook,
A sweet voice, Kiillv InoiiNilliK,
Made Idle eyes uplitoK,
My short lircaih iiilckly eonilmr:
lTsin tho pin ii k Hint JuIii'imI i-iu U bank,
Who mm my In-ni t doth till.
I saw her stand, and tn'ii i t and hand
Were Nancy's of the .Mill I
od-i lpe as apple IiIus-joiii
Km h Hp and ruddv i -heck,
J.Ike rheny Idooin hci Imisoiu,
Her Iniiv like raven s lu-nk.
She liMikedine thronnh, iny pride she slow,
And n - I . lint xMAiiiu null
1 lay and dicnnicd. mi I nesr tne seemed
,"Sveet .Nuncy of Ihe Mill !
A HAPPY OMEN,
Noise, babble, littlo learning nnd
learning litllc grent display affection
and little affection to display such
are tho evident features of a Indies'
"Hun rid! Goodness gracious! .1-
dim! Oh, Nannie Barker, wdiat. havo
you done? Oh, dear, dear! what will
the professor say? Was there ever sudi
a mess? Hon YiV'' nnd vviih slight
variations tint babel of tongues went
on, us ft scoih of llm larger git Is at
Madnmu D' rsny'-- ii.sliuiiioii, gai berud
nrotind a box of .hivered ghiss.aml sur
veyed the crystal atoms.
Thero was a momentary pati.-c ns
Nell Hunter stoopeil down and gath
ered the broken fragments; bin thn
solemnity with which she shook her
head and the unusual ilitli of her
voice as slie exclaimed, "All shattered
nnd shivered and gone to sina-li," (juilo
awed tho party, and again they resort
ed to tho exclamatory relief.
"Oh, Nannie Barker! I wouldn't
stand in your shoes! The professor will
annihilate you for tho destruction of
his pet insiruuieiils!"
"It is unlucky to break gla-s! I
should expect to hear of tho death of
all my friends," whined Jane Morton
in a tone decidedly doloroso.
"Fiddle-faddle!''' sneered Hattio
Clark. "Jane Morton, you had better
bang a horseshoe over your door to
keep the witches away. Of course, it
is unlucky to break a surveyor's tran
sit, a compass, and all these delicate
instruments, but don't be such a fool as
to suppose this accident will inllnence
Nannie's fate otherw iso."
Not a word said Nannie Barker all
"To think that I should do that! If it
were any oue else, the professor would
be less severe, tor I havo always been
the most aggravating pupil in his cdas,
and he likes me least. Only think how
saucy and provoking 1 was yesteiday;
and lie worships these instruments as
much as he despises me. Oh, dear, 1
feel like one of tho little creatures wo
read about, who was going to ho ealeu
up by dragons. I wish 1 had been a
heathen and my mother had thrown mo
in the Ganges to a crocodile when I
was an infant, before I knew the hor
rors of mathematics or the terrors of
Prof. .Sterling's wrath."
We could not refrain from laughing
at Nannie's characteristic language,
thougii her sufferings were not in tho
least affected, for if Madame D'Orsay
had a pupil who was Professor Sterling's
aversion, that pupil was saucy Nanuio
"What is their value?" asked praeli
cal Nell Hunter, toying with the bits of
glass and metal.
"The transit alone- is worth more
than twenty pounds," I replied. "1
think it was tho only careless thing
Professor Sterling ever did, to leave
that case here yesterday. He was
absent-minded all through our recita
tion." "More than twenty pound-.!" echoed
Nannie Barker. "And tho compass
and all! What oh, what shall I do?"
Every girl glanced at Nannie's dress,
the plainest and cheapest in the insti
tution; but llio clear, sharp ringing of
the prayer bell arrested all fiiriherspeo
illations and comments, and the group
paired off in congenial couples, ('hal
ting on their way to the chapel, of Nan
nie Barker's wild race through tho
Btudy-hall, and her unfortunate stumhlo
against the table w here stood the pro
fessor's instruments. Such remarks as
these might have been heard:
"Nannie is very poor. Her uncle is
educating hgr for a teacher. She can
never pay tho value- of tho broken in-
In the meantime Nannie had linked
her arm in mine, and wo were slowly
bringing up the rear.
"What oh, what shall I do?" she
was saying, "in nan an hour the stein
old ogre will bo here. If I could give
Iiim an equivalent I would be as dcliit'it
as ever; but I have no money. 1 dare
not ask my uncle, and poor mamma
has none. Tho only article of valu" 1
possess is this watch, mamma's watch.
If Professor Sterling wcro a woman I
would know how to manage; hut I am
afraid of men I never knew any to
Fpenk of but they nro all so high aud
lofty, and aro not tender nnd gentle liko
women. I can't understand them, ami
I fear 'Professor Sterling if I am saucy
"You do tho professor injustice,"
I began. But tho chapel door was
reached, and further comment was
"Thero will bo no recitation in Pro
fessor Sterling's roBin to-day," Haiti
Madamo D'Orsay as wo left tho chapel.
"The professor's wife is dangerously
ill. Ho has sent for a cit'o of instni
nents ho unintentionally left yesterday.
Will sump of the joung ladies give the in
to his servant?,'
Now was the timo for Nannie's con
fession, and with sobs and tears she
explained to madamo tho sad misfor
tune. '.eneiuiK y fa (rr.," began ma
dame; but seeing Nannie's puzzled
looks at her French comfort, sho con
tinued; "The professor loves science;
ho loves his Instrument. Ho will be
excf'tnlingly vexed poiimiw, hut you
had better frankly tell him. Ho has a
kind heart, I assure you. Ho will ex
pect his instruments, and It will never
be so easy to Ml him an now. 1 will
excuse you and yvur fi iei.tl from luoiu-
ing recitations, If you choose to accom
pany the professor's servant."
An hour later, Nannie Barker ami
myself were si milling in Professor
Sterling's handsome parlor awaiting
tho entrance of our stern old tutor.
"Did you bring the case?" wo heard
him ask from an adjoining apartment;
aud Nannio trembled at tho reply, that
some young ladies would account for
"Conduct them here," we heard him
say; and we were ushered into our pro
And not the professor alone.
In the darkened light of the room
wo saw our tutor sitting by a low couch,
and supporting with his strong arms a
pale, haggard woman, with a gentle
ness and tonderuess we had thought
inconsistent with this grave man of
He greeted mo kindly, but looked
puzzled when he saw Nannie.
Only waiting to ho assured that her
recital would not disturb the invalid,
Nannie, whh a trembling voice told her
story, her sorrow, her incompetency to
remunerate the loss; and then unfolded
her plan of restoring their value wdien
she hud completed her studies, begging
him to take her watch as a pledge,
The professor listened tjuietly, with
bis eyes fixed on the pale face at his
side, and when Nanuio had finished,
"I am sorry. Wo will talk about it
some other linie."
We rose to go; but the invalid beck
oned us to her, murmuriiiL' :
".So young and happy ! God bless
Then she looked at Nannio steadily,
and turning to her husband, said:
"Her eyes are like tl.oso uf Ali e, in
the little picture
"Not usually; but, to-day they are,"
said our profesor, looking scaivhingly
into Nannie's clear blue ews.
Then we parsed out, sad fur our pro
f'-si.r and happy for ourselves; and
)!;' day witnessed a vow of Nannie
!ti:k'i''s that her errors of judgment
an I conduct in her past treatment of
our tutor should he atoned for in tho
A week passed by, and there was no
recitation in Professor Sterling's room,
for he had buried his wife.
Then we met a quiet lonely man thero
ono morning, who mechanically went
through the recitation, ami at the close
requested Nannie Marker and myself to
remain, Ilo drew Nanuie's watch from
his pocket, saying:
"1 did not know until to-day, you left
this iu my oss.-j,)ii. You will i loaso
take it again. I see by your face that
I can trust you now without thi- pledge.
Iu examining this watch, 1 see upon it
the name of Alice. That is n.d your
"No. Alice is my mother's name."
answered Nannie. "It was her watch
when she was Alice Carroll."
"Alico Carroll is your mother, then!''
said tho professor in a tone of amaze
ment, nnd with a far-off look in bis
dee) set eyes. "I knew her once."
Then followed such inquiries m
old friends ever put, and our tutor left
us to wonder over this strange coinci
dence. More than a year bad glided swiftly
by, and the pupils at Madamo D'Or
say s were preparing for Christmas hol
idays, when 1 entered the deserted
drawing-room one dark rainy evening.
There were no lights; ami as I groped
my way to tho legister 1 was surprised
to" find a chair occupied by a form
wrapped in a shawl, and a fa muflled
in a handkerchief.
"Ah," thought I, "here is some poor
girl who has no home where she can
spend her vacation.
But Nannie Barker's low voice broko
the silence with:
"Oh, Mary, I am so wretched and
"You wretched!" I exclaimed. "I
thought you were happiness incarnate.
The pet of your schoolmates, the ad
miration of your teachers, Professor
iS.crling's acknowledged favorite, bear
ing oil' honors like a Dutch woman
blaekburrie'. and witliin three days of
homo. 1 don't understand this emo
tion." "1 have been happy here." she re
sponded, "and I have hinged to go
homo to maiiinia: hut now, oh, Mary,
she is going to be nianied!"
I wl idled, impolite and unladylike
though it. wa, for 1 knew not what
comment, to make.
"Yes," continued Nannie, checking
her ohs; "1 havo been pleased for a
long lime that mamma wrote ino such
happv letter-. She has had much to
make her unhappy. When very young
she loved some one w hom her father
forbade her to marry. Then sho mar
ried Ciaivneo Barker, my father; and
it giievcs mo to say he treated my
mother unkindly. I used to shrink
from him in dread; and hence my fear
of men. Alter all mamma endured, I
inner believed she would marry again
and allow a s' op-fa' her to separate us."
I tried to comfort her, hinting that
this might bo her mother's lirst love.
"Yes," she answered. "Mamma
writes mo that before she knew my
father she loved Ibis man who is to be
my step-father. Step-father, indeed!
How could my mot her?"
Scarcely less resigned was sho when
she left for home; hut the next day
came a note saying:
"I have come out of the vals of tears
nnd am on PNgah's top, I met my
mother in a inciting mood in which 1
have indulged since llm receipt of the
letter, and went about with my head
bowed down like a bulrush forllio rest
of the day. Just at night, I went out
for a walk, and who should I meet but
Professor" Sterling. Oh, how glad I
was! J felt liko sobbing out all my
grid, nnd nnsw ercd his kind inquiries
w illi gushes of tears.
"Is the child unhappy?' ho asked
kindly, peeping" into my sad face,
" 'Yes, I n in very wretched."
" 'And is it because of this new step
father?' ho inquired anxiously
"I was amazed at his knowledge, but
supposed the gossip had circulated un
til it had reached his ears,
"I acknowledged lliis was the bunion
of my grief, and the iirofe-sor said no
nioro until wo reached home, and he
accepted my invitation to enter.
"Imagine my surprise when my
old tutor took both my hands and said':
" 'So Nannie Barker dare not trust
her hanpiness and that of her mother
In my keeping P"
"It nil rushed over me then, and I
clapi I'd uiy hands uml danced for very
"Iteforo eithw married, my mother
nr.d Professor Sterling loved each oth
er. The let lire of Alice, of which tho
dying woman spoke, was my own mam
ma's, for the professor's wife knew of
this former attachment.
"The watch with tho name of Alice
was the means of finding my mamma's
whereabouts, for tho professor novel'
knew my father's name.
"Tell Jane Morton her superstition
in regard to broken glass is all wrong.
Instead of being an omen of ill, it has
been a forerunner of the greatest good
of my life."
It is always a fall election for the de
Worth fastens his long winter cloaks
with elaborate, frogs and cords.
A petrilied egg has been found itt
Colorado, Who can heat this?
What's going and what's past help
should be past grief.
A night gown is nothing but a nap
sack. Some of the Egyptian mummies are
encased in bandages more than ono
thousand y ai ds long.
The covcriiuiKiil of Vera Cruz is be
sieged by persons claiming the .uo,(H'0
reward for a cure of yellow fever.
A quarry of variegated marble equal
to any iu italy was recently di-covered
in Fluvana county, Virginia.
The product of tho gold, silver, and
copper mines of the soul hern states for
this year promises to be above the
startling figures of $20, in til. (100.
There is great exc dement in tho lo
cality of tho zinc mines, in Tazewell
county, Tennessee, over "lind-i," sup
posed to he silver,
In Marion county, Florida, orango
groves near lines of transportation are
valued for taxation purposes at $5"0 an
Fender's wife's uncle on her mother's
side is so .scrupulously temperate that
he wo'i't eat cider apples nor patronize
a mosquito bar.
A thi'f in Koeliestcr robbed seven
contribution boxes, and got twenty
cents. And he thought that for con
tribution boxes they panned out well.
"It is a tine morning," as tho judg
remarked when bo mulcted the prisoner
al the bar to the tune uf tneii'y dollars
"Is your daughter at home, Mr.
l'rtisk?" "Yes, .Mr; and so is her mo
ther.'' Callow said he'd "cad some
other day," b d he never did.
"Blessings brighten as they take
their flight --ami so do summer visi
tors," rem irked fanner .lone-, as he
saw the la-d of his city relations skip
Philosopher Shellman remarks that
"a good many people who are always
ready to 'amen' during service in
church, aro not quite so ready to amend
The most horrible case of insanity in
the Massachusetts Asylum is that of a
man w ho imagines ho is a Chicagnan.
Ho guts up in 1 1 io middle of tho night
to brag. - Itutl'in ')st.
The canal around the Muscle shoals,
Tennessee, will by completed within
two years, when the Tenuess e will bo
navigable from Padueah to Kuoxville,
some .jo miles.
The Methodist Episcopal church will
establish a magnilicent university in
Chattanooga, provided that city will
give the ground for the structure that is
to bo built.
If a man declares himself to he so
thoroughly religious that he has not
committed a sin for twenty years, you
are safe in coaclu ling lint he does not
regard lying s sinful.
A linn at Augusta, Ga., received a
cablegram from London for a bottle of
medicine. The message cost 7.."0, tho
medicine and the express charge to
London is -"''.
During the White Pine excitement of
1SGH Hamilton, Nov., had a population
of thousands, two large daily news
papers, and all evidences of prosperity.
To-day it does not contain sixty souls.
The gunpowder plot at .anesville,
()., wasn't a idol at all, Tim roll of
dynamite found on tho railroad track
ployed to havo fallen out of a poorly
nailed box containing tho blasting ma
terial. It is reported that a prominent ea-t-ern
linn of silk manufacturers are
negotiating for valuable properly iu
San Bernardino county. California,
with a view of starting a colony of silk
raisers. Tho governor of Texas has called tho
regents of the state university to meet
at Austin for permanent organization
and to take the ncccs-aiy steps to erect
the buildings. Thev are supplied with
Sloo.OOO for that purpose, and . lo.om.)
with which to purchase furniture,
library, apparatus, museum, and other
Thero were chips and whittling
enough left on the lo-r-steps am! yard
of tho eourt-hotiso at I'ikeville, 'J'eim.,
after the adjournment of the circuit,
court, says thn local paper, to supply
kindling-wood for an ordinary family
the wliolo winter.
The old Middle Dutch church prop
erty, in Albany, N. Y., has boon sold
for .)o,noo, and a large and commodi
ous market will bo erected. The old
church in North Pearl street, Albany,
is to bo transformed into a roller skating-rink.
A new telegraph wire has been put
up from New York to lbiffalo, and will
bo used for railroad business exclusive
ly. There will bo only live offices on
tho wire Grand Central depot, Now
York; Albany, Syracuse, Ilochcstcr.and
In the German town of Ilerxhiom
thero wore such herds of mice that a
reward of a fourth of a cent for every
ono killed was offered by tho municipal
authorities. I'nder this stimulus proof
has been furnished within a short timo
of the death of over ,'110,000.
A tailor in New Jersey who had a
ease in court lately undertook to bribe
tho judge by pretending to him that
there was a wager regarding his size,
and, after measuring him, leaving at
his house a vest which was an exact lit.
But it didn't work, and the ingenious
tailor was openly reprimanded in court
Near Griffith, Ga,, a rattlesnake eight
feet long, as large bs the calf of a man's
leg, with lil'teen rallies, chased a horse
a quarter of a inilo, sM'iking at him all
the time. The horse ran at the top of
his spend, drugging a wagon with a
littlo boy In it. Tim (-nuke finally gave
up the chase, and wits shot,
A Juclury at Cauudou, OuuiJa uouuty,
N. Y., bas two sets of hands for night
and day work. One of tho managers
was awakened tho other night by the
stopping of the noiso mado by the ma
chinery. Ilo dressed ami went over,
aud found that tho boss and all hands
had Btopped work ami gone to sleep.
The Mount Sterling, Ky., Ikworrot
tolls of a convict working on the Means)
tunnel who is six feet four inches high
and large in proportion; , wears a shoo
which is tifioen inches in length, four
teen inches around tho instep, and live
inches across the toe.
A Uaplist minister named L. II.
Mooro, aged 7:1 years, a resident of
Ithea county, Tennessee, was sentenced
to the penitentiary on achargo of incest
with his daughter. Tho supremo court
affirmed tho sentence of t he lower court,
but concluded that the testimony was
itisullieient for conviction and set tho
aged prisoner at liberty.
The Avery house, where tho British
made occasional headquarters when
they held Castine, Me., is slill standing
and in good repair. There is au apple
tree in front, which is probably tho
largest in tho country. Its diameter
one foot from tho ground is three feet.
Though more (hail one bundled years
have rolled away since ils tiny leaf
burst from mother earth, it slill con
tinues to h"ar fruit.
In making au excavation near K
chester, N. Y., one of the workmen un
covered the armed .skeleton of an
Indian warrior, grasping in his ii : lit
hand a tomahawk and in his loft tho
rusty blade of a sealping-knife. Thn
figure was in a reclining position, with
the loft arm slightly raised, while the
right hand, holding the knife, was laid
upon tho breast. Two anowsof flint
were found at tho warrior's side, but.
tho bow, which was undoubtedly buried
with him. has become a part of the dust
of the earth.
James Aikcns, while digging potatoes
in bis garden in Oswego, N. Y., un
earthed a strange-looking reptile which
no on in that city can li ml a name for.
It is ti vo or six inches long by two wide;
the back is of speckle I gray color with
red spots, and the belly whbe; it has a
tail two inches long; the head resembles
the turtle's head, but with two neaily
upright horns h ilf an inch long on top
and horny prongs on the side.; the legs
are slim, ivciiiiiing a frog's legs, nud
terminate into feet of live claws each.
The body is of oval shap nurdi liko
tho turtle's, and on the back arc prickly
A correspondent has recently hunted
Up tho brother of l'l'"-i''"lit Garliehl,
and found him living e,-ciirelv in tho
back wood., of Michigm. s xtceii miles
from Grand Ilapids. Thomas Gartield
-for siioa is his name -i, the eldest
brother of tic late President, and be
setlb'd in MicYigan in ImI7, where he
has since ividod. 11" purchased forty
ac cs of land, and, by Hue help of his
wife, cleared it for tanning, lie s.tol
that, his bio her JaiiC s iiad l,eq!ell,
help'd him iu various wa s, and twelve
years ago purchased forty aeres of land
adjoining ids larni a id gave il to him.
It is now ( cctipied by hi - oldest win, ol
year old, who is named alter his uncle,
.lames Abram Garliehl. Iu -oeaking d
his early life Mr. Garliehl -a;d:
"1 was a child between pi and 1 1
when fat her died, and James was the
baby of 18 mouths. Mother was often
urged to tint! places for her children
among neighboring friends, hut she a1
ways refused, and sat in our humble
home spinning and weaving fur such
people as would give her employment,
while I set out working with a., io .
might among the neighbors to coniuo
ute what a ciiild could for the family
support. I used to eon g.1 cents a Cold
for chopping liftecn-f ot wood, and
from my slender earnings paid 111 shil
lings tor meal, which 1 ,u k"d two
miles and a half tr uo tin- null, and this
largely formed our diet. And that
winter mother wove a large pi, co of
cloth for thn children, and I paid for
the dyes to color i'. James was seven
years younger than H;e next, oldest
child, and was teaching M-houl when
wo were married. I well remembci
carrying him on my back to the school
houso when he was a child. His mind
seemed fully occupied with his studies,
and, if I say it myself, James was
good and smart man.''
Mr. Garliehl said that he was tor
poor to goto Washington to see his
brother during bis illness, but he at
tended the funeral at Cleveland. He
gives the following account of thei.'
"I can never forget the last time 1
met him. It was at Mentor last New
Years, when we beid the family me t
ing. No money could buy of me the
reniembraiice of our parting. He took
mo kindly by the hand and said: 'Vow
are going hack to your peaceful home
while 1 must, encounter trouble ami
anxiety increasing." ',
J T wy (irettt rliBtice to ninlio moil
J t I I IV ey. Those who Hlwitys tuko
III II II I udviititHKo of the good chuu
I I J I ci s to miiko tnoiey that nro
olfuri'il, (jeiienilly hccoino
wmlitiy, while thorn who rio
not linpiovtf such rhiuiRi's remain In poverty. Wo
want inaiiy men, women, hoys and ulrls to work for
its rh;ht in their own lorulltlcs. Any one ran do
the work properly from thu first (ttiirt. The bust
ncss will pav more ibim ten limes ordinary wii'cs.
Kinenslve out lit fnrntiihed free. Iso one whoeuirn-
ges falls to niaki money rapidly. You can devote
your whole tlniB to the work, or only your spar
moments, Kail Information and all that Is needed
mail free, Address Stlnson A Co.. foitUnd, Maine.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
tnr lMM-ay, Nnrrotw Dfllnllty, Imt Manhood, eto.,
btTlllR trica IU ain iwrj mown r-m "., mm
eovtrwlanmplnaolf cur, whieli ho J"-"' HtKK
to Ms Wlow-miflerors, mMrvnii J. II. Hl.r. I'M,
3 t tmlliniu !., V V.
Neuralgia, Sciafca, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Fains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Faint
No Preparation on rar:h equals Si Jcoii, Dm. t)
t'ifr, tiirr, (ttiiic nil'! li' "l Kxli riml id lue'ty.
A tnaf email" nt the eomj.Hoitiv, !y tnllilif.' outlsy
of ftO leum, siiil every one Mitt, m,- wall paiu
can hte chfip and isisitive proof of its cla.tua.
Directions in Kir Ten I anuuaRea.
bold by all dbhooistr and dealers in
A.VOGEUSR 6c CO.,
i-iUi tiiorr. ild.. V. B. M
.JO I liSTSOTST'S
Indian Hlood Syrup.
tlflOt MM-.. ,
J ltsl'."bt. I.ier l i- ("1
I W ' cae. 1 1 er and .U'ih- t
heart Pist-ii-e. Illinois-
lles. NcrVutl- I-eluiltV
lilt BKT UKMLDY KNOW N 10 MAN !
Twelve Thousand Mottles
Sold Since Mo!
Tin rnp pn-- se s -i r i -. 1 ,m; - t j . I .!.!'
lilal'K lhe jityalli,. in t ! , - - n . i i "v 1. 1 . -. :. wi
the rtttivh niid sua .r of :l- f""i . A
deflcieiuy in plyu::i e uii :i,.i hi.,1 ' i i.t
the food in t,e rti'linc Ii . Il I lit- nieoir tt) '.I Ukt i
linintdistely after eatiriif, the f' Ni.'-i ' v. on ot 100 I
It sets upon the I.iver,
It ads upon the kblui s.
It Regulates the liowcls, .
It Purities the HI !.
It V-iliel the Xervmis System,
It I'roluotes bit'estioll,
It NolU lilles, Streiit'lllens Itll'i I II it' rn I rs.
II Curries nil' the I'M Itloml unit lit. W s 'ei,
It Opens tlte I'ori's ot the SKin alnl I lot 10 s
It rieuirsli.i'" the hi reil'iiiey t-.ii.t. or pul-m. in
the Mo, id, n hirh t"'ie-rat's rrof:i!u. Krv:.--..
and all mariner of Skin Diseases sml lin nm. hu
mors. There are no spirit employed ii, its n;n-iln-':tiM
anil it can hi' taken In- th inur I 'ieiii i.'.r 1'iitie .ir liy
(tie umI and leeMc, rare i i. ty hviux r.-ij n ir- it m nt
tenti ti to direrfoiis.
tnivi. llei.ry l oiiiit.-.
1 was niiller'.riL l'rmi S k le,i-!;n ss.d i'l-
necS SO I tlUl I f'llllll Hot Otenl In II IV I -' I. ill I l 11
tleS. uml ailnilt iruil of Dr. Clark .1 nl-T.r niiV I'. 'li
nn lllond Syrup eili i-uinllv rnri d me.
MltS IIKI.I-N KI.KINs
Walenniiii Station. beKulhi o ,!.'.
'I Ins is to certify that Dr lurk .luhlisotiV Indian
Blood Siyrup has rured me ol 1'iiin in the li.u k. It
Is a taluahle meillcilie. MK"' Wui.H).
( enlie II ill. Whi'e Co . Ark,
This i to certify that I was iilith ted with I'alpl
latloii of the Heart lor niony jeins I tried tinier
ent doctors, whose prescript ions teinleil more Id
weiiki n me thini tic) did lo -tri ii'itiee. In, Inst,
res Ued to try Dr. ' 'link ,liilin"ii lnd.uii Hi.mil
Syiup, which proved to he n posin v i ure-not on
ly f urliu; the Heart I)i?eiie. hut also n Sh k ID nd
n't h which liinl liecn Iriiiilitiii inc.
MltS M.MIV A N K. I..
I was ailllcti'tl w illi later Compluliil and liyspep.
sia and failed In get relief. a!tlinrii:li iisini; medi
cines froin our lu st diiciois I coniniein i d u-m
I)r. .lohnsoii's luilliin lllooil Svrnp. nnd a liorl o Inl
cured me, '1. W. HISI.Nti. .Moiine, 111.
This certifies that 1 r. Clark Johnson's Indian
Itloml Syrup hss elleriustly cured me of Dypeila.
Too much cannot he said hi praise te it
W. K. Wl.MMl.lt. Iledliiril. Mo.
Aetmts wanted for the sale of the Indian Itloml
Syrup in every town or vtllat'o, in which I have no
ShiiI, Particulars uivc.ti on nppllc itlon.
DltfOfilKTS SEI.I. IT.
Lahratory 77 West 3d St.. N. Y. Clly.
GRAY'S SI'KCI HIC MKI'ieiSK.
TRADE MARK, The Creat I'.iil'-
Dsn It'lliem, I"
ii ii I h I It ii l; fire for
potency mid all
illseiises that I'olow
ns a hctiucnci.'
of self iihiise; as.-.s
. i loss ol iiiemon'. i "
,'n ill ,, , .
dimness of vision, premature old une, : nd many
Oiner tllSeasOS l.liai U'HO I" llir.-inn v, i o union 1 1 il li
or a premiiluru I'ravit.
I'ltrKull partle'ilars In our pamphlel. which wu
tleslae to stind free hv mall to evervone, r-l'liu
Siiec'.flc .Medicine. Is sold hvall drut't'lsl' nl $ yvr
pacKaie, or six packager, for Jfi, or will he sent tree
bv million receipt of lhe nniliev, hv adilrcHsini;
Hill D I 1 II 1 t' 1LILl1ll,l.l' I'll
J II Ej V lrl I ti l" l ' l " .
ttiilrl In C'nlm hv l'atll Hrlillh.
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PKItrKfTLY ItRMTOHH TIIF, III1AKINU
and lierform thn work ot the smuniil llrmti.
Always In iiosllton, but Invlalltla l oilier.
All Oonvsraatlnn slid bvbu wlilnpers lieaid dis
tinctly. W rthr to thoM uilns them. Hetid for
desertiitlvr elceiilHr with tsaUiuooiitls. Addrsss,
B. F. X. PUCK ft CO., StS Broadway, Naw VurU.