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THE GREATEST MEDICAL
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SYMPTOMS OF A
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fcluieVUl 1 nei alter itinr, with a diniri-
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tii&tiuy l:itKir eii'ei illiivly ter.lenniTue tome,
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lief, hut on the contrary, w:t followed liy In--cras.l
pnuitmtlon ami ninkinir cIiIIIh. At tint
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THE FORESTER'S BATJGHTEB,
It was nuttinp; timo.
A blooininr bund of peasant children
had gathered from far and near to have
a merry day amid tho nut trees.
I say children but girls of fifteen
nnil lads of eighteen or twenty were
scattered through tho chattering group.
The nut harvest was a joyful time to
Tlve young are always attractive in a
certain way. Tho undiiuned brightness
of the eye the satiny smoothness of the
complexion tho happy smiles hovering
around tho rosy lips each has a beauty
in itself; but add to the youthful face
tho charm of perfectly chiselled features,
and of lustrous brown eyes looking out
upon tho world with an innocent won
der at tho changing scenes of loveliness
so constantly unfolding themselves be
foro them, frame it in a mass of shining
wavy gold of nature's own crimping,
and noise it upon a-form so lithe and
slender in its exquisite grace that Prax
iteles might havo chosen it for his model
and you can form an idea of Hika Bre-.
mer, tho acknowledged beauty of the
whole surrounding country.
And there was a romantic story about
her going the rounds.
It was said that no less a person (ban
rrinco Kric, the son of the great and
good Gustavus, had been standing one
morning by ono of tho palace windows
to witness a rustic procession which had
been pot up in honor of some import
ant victory recently won by his famous
As ho stood gazing listlessly out, his
'eyes brightened suddenly, and he turned
to an attendant and whispered a few
words which caused him to hasten
When ho returned he was not alone
Rika was with him.
Princo Eric's beauty-loving eyes had
been attracted by her as she had stood
amid a group of other maidens, looking
at tho gaily-dressed columns of her
countrymen iiling by. She, too, was in
holiday attire, una tho black velvet
jacket, fitting closely to her slender
ligure, and adorned with silver-gut but
tons, brought out so vividly tho exquis
ite fairness of her skin, with its rose-leaf
tints of red upon lips and cheeks, that
she looked like a being of a different
sphere as she stood amidst her mates.
Confused and blushing, she now await,
cd tho prince's pleasure. She dared not
raise her eyes to his face. Had slw
dono so, she would havo been over
powered by the earnestness of .the gazo
with which ho regarded her. Let skep
tics seott at the tender passion us they
will, it is one of the moving powers of
the world, and' oft-times it springs to
life within the heart as suddenly as tho
sun rises fnmi his bed of clouds to pro
claim the advent of the new day, and
like to the magic glory with which his
beams invest this earth is tho rose-hued
coloring that makes the heretofore pro
saic life a blissful fuiry-liku dream ol
happiness when in the presence of the
one beloved. So it was with Prince Kric.
From the monicn'. his eyes rested upon
Rika's face, the world held but one peer
less woman to him. It mattered not
that his younger brother, Duke John,
was even then in another kingdom woo
ing for him a roval bride, upon whoso
brow rested a diadem whoso splendor
far exceeded the one which he was to
Inherit upon the death of his father.
No. In that moment Kli.aheth of Eng
land was forgotten. The peasant maid
who stood before him had become tho
queen of his fancy.
"Thy name, little one?" he asked.
Rika raised her eyes tothu handsome,
earnest face, but dropped them timidly
as she met his trlunee.
"I am Frederika, tho forester's daugh
ter, your majesty."
'Nnv. not vet I crave lhat title, mnld
rn. Vriiinrr lilrnwl nmuf Imvn llu ...int
mid I nm glad to know that the cares ol
"'.. ,1.11'JH (,,.) m .VMU.
government are not likely soon to rest
upon my shoulders, broad though they
With a sinllinsr elanco at tho stalwart
frame which was acknowledged to bo
one of the finest specimens of physical
comeliness in tlio country, an was his
face called tho handsomest of any prince's
Uika curtsied respectfully, but did not
reply. If the gracious princo cho.o thus
1o address as an equal one of tho hum
blest of his father's subjects, hIio knew
well her position, and was to tho full us
proud of her unsullied innocence and
Integrity as tho haughtiest maid In tho
realmcount nho her ancestry back for
Her Nhy modesty added to her beauty
iu Eric's eyes.
"Where livest thou, FrederikaP", ho
asked softly, "for I would like to send
thy father a commission to fell somo
trees which much Interfere with tho
comfort of tlu) king's hunting parties lu
This he Raid, knowing Intuitively that
It would startlo Rika had ho given her
his triio reason, and said Unit ho had In
tended to start out himself lu quest of
fairer and more tireclous game, which
must be ensnared iu tenderer toils than
THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN:
thoso at tho command of the keenest
oportsman at his father's court.
After a few words more he suffered
Rika to go. But the sweot memory of
her presence went not with her. It
nestled deep within his hoart.
After this interview scarcely a week
passed that did not find Eric's 6teps
turned In the direction of tho forester's
A rrlass of milk from Rika's own
white hands was the draught most pre
ferred by tho royal hunter, although out
of courtesy he would sometimes accent
a mug ol mcaa irom mo siuray old
Rika had still tho same shv ways, and
Eric found it hard to break through tho
reserve which had thus far proved her
safeguard in his presence.
If she knew in ner secret Heart what
was tho attraction which eo constantly
brought tho young prince to tho cottage,
Bhe let no one be the wiser for her sus
picion of the truth.
This was the romance connected with
It was even rumored that Eric had
serious intentions toward her, and lack
ed but his royal father's consent to raino
her t,o his own lofty position.
But that was mere surmise. 'Like all
similar tales it had gained iu volumo
until tho grain. of truth which was its
nucleus was almost entirely hidden by
what was false and imaginary.
Matters were in tms stage at tho umo
our story opens.
Iho nuts were gathered, ana tho
merry groups had dispersed to their
various homes, with the understanding
that they should meet again tho next
day and go to the palace together and
dispose of their treasures
Iho next morning iouud them on their
way, dressed in mcir nest, as nccame so
eventful an occasion in their usually
monotonous lives; for royalty has such
a fnanior to uninitiated eyes that tho
mere sight of the walls which shut it in
is eagerly coveted; and who could toll
but they might catch a sight of the king
himself, or of the queen or of tho hand
some Prince Eric? Nay, who knew but
what another summons to tho palace
might come to one of jhem, us it onco
did to hika.
It was a pretty sight to any one who
might have been stationed at the win
dow, to see that blooming procession of
neatly dressed lads and lasses as they
wended their way along with many a
merry laugh and' jest, until at last they
halted in front of the great square be
fore the palace.
But to tho watching eyes ol the,princo
who had received a hint of tho com
ingofthe nut-gatherers there was but
one face worth looking at among the
"C'oifce," he said to the courtiers who
were standing near, "let us go down to
tho square in a oody and make the
hearts of yon merry rustics even merrier
to-day by exchanging some coins for tho
nuts they havo with them." .
A prince s suggestion never lacks for
listeners nor for followers, and soon the
rich toilets of the court peoplo were
scattered about amidst the crowd iu the
L,nc s footsteps were turned at onco
toward Rika, lie soon possessed him
self of her nuts, and after paying for
them lavishly in golden coin, he took
from an inner pocket a locket and
chain, which ho gave to her, saying:
" ear it, lor my sake. , J. hero is no
ono who would look fairer in' it. You
ought to bo a queen, little Rika, and I
will yet make you one.
Before Rika had timo to realize aught
but that his words had tilled her heart
with a bewildering seuso of happiness,
ho had gone, his gift alone remaining to
prove that sho had not been dreaming,
But she soon came to her sober senses,
It was well known that King Gustavus
had been holding negotiations with tho
maiden queen of England, -to induce
her to bestow her jewelled hand upon
his elder son, and it had reached Rika's
Such a thing had been known as
maid of low degrco being wooed and
won by a royal suitor. The talo of
Grisel's happiness, and of her woes n9
well, was u favorite one among the folk
stories told around the humble ic4rlli9
of the peasantry; and if fate hud or
dained it to happen to her also, Rika
would have been as glad and proud i
maiden as ever the sun had shono on
but she would listen to no words of love
from one whose hand was as good us
given to another.
Thus sJie thought us she walked slow
So the next day a little barefooted boy
tho child of a neighboring farmer
was sent to the iialaeo by Rika, with
Prince Eric's gift carefully tied up in
piece of linen cloth cut from the corner
of a web wlflch she herself had woven
from fla x raised from tho seed, and pre
pariid by her own deft hands.
Could tho unconscious trinket havo
told Eric that Rika's briirht eves bat
lingered lovingly and regretfully upon
it, and that shu had pressed it to her
red lips again and again, it might havo
lessened his chagrin in receiving his
present back again.
As it was, It only kindled anew his
determination to w in Rika for his own,
be the consequences what they might
It should not be suid of him that a lowly
peasant girl had given him the Crown
Prince of Sweden such a rebull.
He threw a large cloak over his rich
court suit, and thus disguised he mount
ed Olaf his favorite hunter and hast
ened toward Rika's home,.
1 fill, lilitriil ii'iia "fttitiirwlitirv tlh Vila
" itn 'ii v lining nihil liio
lovo for the rustic beauty as ho rodo
along. But when ho at last reached the
borders of the cleared patch of land in
iho forest which held the lit tlu cottage,
had dismounted from his horse and tux:
hiiii to a sapling, and found himsolf
landing at the door awaiting an answer
to his rap, all was forgotten but the
thought that he was soon to gazo upon
tho beautiful fueo which had haunted
Ins fancy so persistently since fate had
lirst brought it before i in.
Rika opened the door, and stood for
nn liiNimu in glint surprise, gazing up
into her lover s face In utter forgetful-
liess of the ilillcruiiee In their stationu.
"Ah, little one. Ihv face for onnn folia
mo nil that I wish to know. Thou lovest
inel l sey it in those cvps."
And before Risa had timo to retreat
lie caught her to his heart and imprint
ed passionate kisses upon her tromblinu
Sho drew herself from his Annlrnltnm
onus and stood panting like & frighten
cd fawn. -Then she threw liursel! at his
iei, Bed cmsping tier hands entreating.
ltf iiltn unfit
TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24, 1882
"Oh,, most noble princo, let it not ba
put against thy record that Innocence
and virtue received no respect at thy
hands. Go, I entreat you! Should my
father return and find thee here, ho
would surely first kill me, and thon kill
himself in shaiuo und despair. Oh, go!"
"I mean thee no harm, Rika. I lovo
thee; and when ono loves be hurts not
tho object of that love. To win thoo I
will give up my heirship to tho crown
to mv brother John, and while he wears
the tliudeni upon his brow; I will con
tent myself with love and happiness
with thee." .
"Nt so, noble Eric," cried Rika firm
ly; "if thou wouhlst mako such a sacri
fice, I, for one, will not bo a party to it.
After fc'uch a murriugo entailing, as it
would, so much loss love would prove
but a transient guest, within our homo.
Reproaches would drive tho fickle god
"Tell me the truth, Rika," interrupt
ed Kric with passionate earnestness; "do
you lovo me. '
"So well that I would rather dlo than
know that harm would come to ono so
noble through any influence of mine."
"And yet you refuse to make nie hap
I1) "" k
"I refuse to work your ruin, noble
print!!.'. The present is not all of life.
But see, the sunlight has already reach
ed the middle point of our dial. In ten
minutes more my father will bo here.
If thou wouldst shield me from harm,
"I will obey now; but I will not prom
ise, to givo up the hope which invited
me hither. Farewell for a time, most
Then with a long,
ful look, the princo turned and de
Days ami weeks passed on. At last
came a time which was to plunge tho
nation in mourning. Tho good and
great Gustavus was stricken with a
mortal illness. He died, and was laid
beside his kingly progenitors, and Erio
was the. reigning sovereign in Sweden.
Young, impulsive, and his own master,
Willi his heart, lilted with but one image,
is it to be wondered at that he suffered
no obstacle to delay his union with tho
maiden of his love after the days of his
mourning were fully accomplished, and
that tho pretty nut girl of Sweden be'
came its crowned queen?
Search the annals of history, and you
will lind tho romantic story of tho mar
riage on record, adding still another
folk-talc to those the country maidens
tell over to each other at that witching
time between daylight and starlight,
when all nature is going to rest, and
young hearts are attuned to sympathy
with all true lovers.
Father is Getting Well.
Mv daughters savs. "How much better
father is since ho used lion Bitters " He is
cftttinc well after his lonu- flliflVrinrr from a
r o n o
disease declared incurable, and we are so
glad that he used your Bitters. A lady of
Uocuester, JN. i . Ltica Herald.
Yon hftvn nllnwed vnnrhnwela to become
habitually costive, your liver has become
torpid, the same thing ails your kidneys,
and you are just used up. Now be sensible
get a package of Kidney-Wort, take it faith
fully and soon you will forget you've got
any such organs, for you will be a well man.
Tho demand for celery increases every
year. Lately the demand has been
greater than the supply in all parts of
the country. Tho past season was a
most unfavorable one for this crop.
The spring was cold and wet and the
'summer hot and dry. Tho leaves were
generally small and were often iil-shap-en.
Tho culture of this plant has been
greatly simplified during the past few
years. The system of planting in trench
es has been abandoned bv nearly all
market gardeners. ' This r fleets a great
saving of labor. The plan of starting
the plants in hot-beds has also been
given up by most persons. Tho seed is
sown iu well-prepared beds iu tho open
ground, but great euro is taken to pre
pare tho soil for the grow th of the tend
er young plants. Some burn the soil as
they do when preparing the seed-beds
for tobacco, so us to have no trouble
witli weeds. The seed is sown in rows
about eight or ten inches apart and tho
soil between them frequently stirred to
hasten the growth of the plants to pre
vent the springing up of weeds. The
young plants tire rendered stocky by
shearing oil' tho tops two or threo times
before they are put in the rows where
they are. to mat urn. In June and July,
they are placed in rows three feet apart
ami six inches in the row As soon as
they becoino established, the soil is kept
well supplied with water. Unless there
are seasonable ruins, water is supplied
by means of pipes or rubber hose Some
have located celery plantations on tho
banks of streams or the side of lakes, so
that the water may be easily supplied.
Gardeners have been slow iii finding out
that celery is by nature an aquatic plant,
and they ure now treating it to all tho
, water it wants.
A law has been passed in Washington
territory forbidding persons practicing
Uiuiliuiuo without a medical diploma.
Skill DlHeiweH Cured.
By Dr. Frazies's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, pimples, Black lloads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on tho faco,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Bore Nipples, Sorl Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
SKIN DISEASE. .
P. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which uppcurud on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most carclul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. ira
zicr's'Magia Ointment and was cured by a
t4f"To first and only positivo cure for
skin discuses ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Hkn h y & Co., Solo Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Prico ll.UU, by mail, rorsaio
For alo by Geo. E. O'Hara.
RicnARDsoN & Co., Wholesale Agta.
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
E R ADICAT E D
Ulcers purified and heal
ed, (iangrene' pre
vented and cured.
W ouuds healed rapidly.
Hcurvy cured In short
Toner dried tip.
It is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat it ia a
Bleu rooms purified and
Fevered and sick per
sons relieved and re
frcsncd bv bathing
Kluid added to the
Soft while complexions
secured by ita uae In
Impure air niado harm
less and purified by
To purify tho breath,
cleanse tho teeth, It
can't be aurpassud.
Catarrh relieved and
Rums relieved lusUntly.
Removes all uupteAnant
Ship fever prevoidud by
In cases of death In the
limine. It should al
ways bo lined about
tbo corpse It will
prevent, auy unpless
niil smell. An ami
dole for Rtil'i nl or veg
etable poisons, stings,
Dangerous e Iliu via? of
sick rooms and hospit
al removed by its usa
Yellow fever eradicated,
In faci it Is the ureal
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemists, SOI.K PROPRIETORS.
I a combtnation of Hypoplinsphltes, originated
by me in Canada while under the process of pulmo
nary consumption, and which has since been em
ployed by the medical profession throughout Amer
ca and England with unprecedented success.
It contains the clement ( a-enilal to the animal
organiailon, the oxidizing agents and tonics.
In combination with the stimulating egeut phos
phorus, possessing tlie merit uf beiugsliihtty alka
line, and is dispensed In the convenient and pulat
nble form of a syrup.
Us effects aro tisua'lr visible within twenty-four
hours aud arc marked Ly a stimulation of the appe
tite, the digestion ami assimilation, entering di
rectly into the circulation ; it lonss the nerves and
muscles; exerts a healthy action of the secretions;
neither disturb the stomach nor Injures the system
under prolonged use, and may be uiecontluucd at
any time without Inconvenience,
In a word It possesses the siimnlaiits to arouse
the strength, the tonics to retain it, and merit of a
high degree. Very respectfully?
JAMKS I. FELLOWS.
t2T" De not be deceived by remedies bearing a
similar name; no other prepa ation is a substitute
for this, under any circumstances.
FOR SALE BY DRl'liGISTrj,
yon stiffer from dys n-pHla, use
UURDOCK BLO(U) HITTERS.
If yon are afflicted with biliousness. uo
BURDOCK IJLOOl) BITTERS,
If yon aro prostrated with sick headache, tako
HVHDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
lyour bowels aio disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If your blood Is imtinro, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yon have Indigestion, you wilt flud an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If you arc troubled with spring cntnplu.nts, eriidl
Icatu Ihem with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your livor 1 torpid restore it lo healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS,
If your livor is afl'ected you will And ft share restor
ative In BURDOCK BLOO HI ITERS.
If yon have any sperlcs of humor or pimple, full
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If you have any slniptoms ofulcurs or scrofulous
sores, acurativo remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
yMem with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
1'weu fl pKit iiottlk; Tkial dottle, lOirrs,
FOSTER, MILBUllX & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, 5. Y.
Fur siilo by PAtfLO.SC II UU. . )
-m-v -w-"l J f VtislneB now before the public
I I I IlLlf It You can makn money faster at
- H ,.). I work for nstbar. at anything
1 I I 'IV 1 1 olso. CapllBl not needed. Wu
-J - will start you . WW a day and
upwards made at home by the
lndnstrloti men, women, boys and girl wanted ev
cry where to work for us. INow Is Oio timo, You
can work In spare tlmu only or L'lve your wholi time
to the business. Yon ran live at home and do the
work. No other bniliiess will pay you nesrly us
weil. No ouo can full to make enormous puv by
engaging at onco. Costly outfit and lurms "free.
Money made fast, casllv and honorably. Addreis
True At'o., Augusts, Mai no. HKto.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Orent Eng
lish remedy, An
uiilalllng cure for
potennv and mi
diseases thul folow
OS a sequence
of sell-utilise; a;
i m , i ,0"" 01 nuimorv, XHiA r9r
Boforo TaUngunivorsai jfoAftor Tatiuft
dimness of vision, premuiiiro old ago, and many
other diseases that lead to insanity,, consumption
or a premature trriivo,
tVFull particular In our pamphlet, which we
deslse to send free bv mall to evervone, ftTTbo
Spectllc Medicine Is sold hvall druggists at fl Per
Eaccago, nr six package for ffi, or will he sent true
v mail on receipt of the nionev, bv addressing.
TUK GRAY MKDIC1NK CO.,
oAl I I' 1 V A
. 120 Broadway, New York,
DOES TUB i
, LARGEST BUSINESS
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
( It alone Issue
stipulating that the contract of lnsurauce "shall
not be disputed" after It Is three year old,
and that such policies shall be
on receiptor aatlsfuctory proof of death.
its policy Is clear aud concUe, and contain
W. B.-RKAD YOUIt POLICNX. Compare the
short and simple form used by the Eoultable wlih
the long ami obscure contracts loadod down with
technicalities tssuud by other companies I -
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
N.B.-Sco the many letters from policy bolder
cxprsMsliig their gratiilcai Ion with the returns from
their TosriNi Savinus Fcku Pomciks.
Hhchuho of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
K. A. HUH NKTT, Agent.
Office, corner l.'th and Washington.
November it, lssl, m-'idw
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUB.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
0rpmlif-dJn.lv Ilth, 1877, under the. Lawk o
.the ?tte of Illinois. Copvrlclited July
9, 1877, Under Act of Congm.
P. (1. SC'IIUH
O. T. Rl'DI)
J. A. tiOLDsri.NE..
JOHN f. WIIITK
II. LEKitmiN, ' L. THOMAS,
J.t'.WIIlTK, W. F. PITCH KK,
J. 8. McOAHEY.
HOARD OK MANAOKUH:
William Mtrutlnn, of Stratinn A Bird, wholesale
grocers; Puul 0. Hchuh, wholesale and retail druic
glst; lla.eti Lelghlon, commission merchant; J as.
8. Mc.Oahey, lumber dealer; J. 4. Oordou, phys
ician; J. A. (ioldstlnu. ol'Oolilstlnu Ik Rnsnnwater,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Win, F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry li. Kills, city printer and
hook binder; Chusley llavnos, Cooper; .1 no. C.
White, assistant secretnry and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In ftour and grain; F. Hross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank; (J. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and allornev at
law; L. H, '1 nomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
Russel, contractor and builder; c. T, Rudd
agent O.St. L. AN. O. rallaoad;Moscs Phillips. car
iiniitor; 11. A. Chiimbley, coiitrnctor, Cairo, Ills..
Rev. ,1. Spencer, clurgvinan.St Lculs, Mo.j J. H.
Bethu no, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo.; J. II. Mooru , luviver, Commerce, Mo.:
D. Hlngletnrv, phvsiclan, Arlimrton, Ky. .1. V.
Tarry, pbVHtrlnn, Kullon, Kv,i Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv. Kv. : A. hinlnbach, niuuiifarturor of sad
dliirv, Evansvlllu, lnd.jlko Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C St. L. & N O. rail mad, JacV
son, Teiin.; J. N. Robertson, phvsiclan, White
vllle, T'eiin. : Thomas A. Osborn, huniess maker,
Bolivar, Teiin.j Wm. L. Walker, "Dlilo Adver
tising Alien 3," llollv Stirlncs, Mis
by this simple ' water
power Invention may
avoid all Ilin lulxir uml
. Injury of driving her
M'wint maeniiio, over
fl,0l)0 of these backus
Wnter Motors, noiseless
snd ormiiueiilal, adapt
ed to nil Sewing Ma
chines, are now giving
per feet satisfaction.
Two sles aro mode for
Household Mcwluir Ma
Phlues. Price, 91 it and
fl'J'J.AO. Also lanior
sin s fur faelory need
and for all kinds of ma
Bond for Circular to
BACKUS WATER MOTOR CO,, Newark, N.J
This tl tho
Most Economical Power Known
FOB DIUVINU LIOUT MAClllNEHY I
It takes but little room.
It never gut out of repair,
It require no fuel. .
It needs no engineer'.
Tjicro Is no delay I no Bring up; no ashes to clean
away no extra Insurance to pay i no repair
ing necessary! no coal bill to pay,
aud it Is always ready fur a. , ,
It is Verv Oheap.
o3Q0, (State papor yu lawthii ad