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THE GIPSY'S CURSE.
tfTHS IPTROn or "Cl'll.TY WITHOUT
cam ir," Tiir; wukckk.us or
KBKA IMlON." ETC.
You nitisn't talk so," cried Hone,
eatehing limit's arm. I would rather seo
you in your colli n thau lady ol tlio Court;
U can't b a mere legend that such a mun
l Darrell believes In so thoroughly. Come
on and seethe Mill and the weir, mid meet
I'oor Hose!" said lima, afer oil, I
don't know that Sir I'liillp isn't wine. It
must la dreadful nuisance to Tall In love,
li Sir l'hlllp very wicked?"
"1 don't know. They say ho was no
taint at Oxford or anywhere else; hut I
don't know. 1 never heard of hi dolu
anything wicked here."
"Then ho ia not it iccond Kir If gel
liardf" Ob, no, no! IIo it a true Dan ell, a
blgh-iouled gentleman; In any mailer
of honor, I would trust him to the utter
most." "Then lie In not Mephlstophclcj. That
ii a comfort," said lima; and then alio
paused suddeuly, with a delighted "Ah,
that Is beautiful !"
They bad emerged from the wood, and a
beautifat panorama laid be faro them. At
two hundred yards from where they stood
flowed the broad rapid stream of the Coal,
mere, and, foaming and roaring, the wa
ters of Gipsy's Weir tumbled into the riv
er from a height of at least twelve feet
On the opposite hank, with a background
of wooded hills, rose tho venerable and
picturesque old Mill, and the gifat wheel
could bo seen turning round, worked by
the rushing waters, Beyond, the landscape
stretched away lu "rolling country" to
the foot of a lofty range of hi IK
Rose was the first to speak; for lima, lm
pressed by the wild beauty of the scene,
to which the narrative she had Just heard
lent a vivid interest, stood in rapt silence.
"Look, lima," said Miss Sabine, i-Uo
you tee that man in a gray coat and knlek
crlwckcrs fishing below the weir That
I Roland." j
lima turned with a half-sigh. '
"Come," said Rose shall we run down
to him?" And all three set olT down tho
slope, Janie calling out as they approached
"Roland, Roland, hero Is lima Costcllo,
from Canada !"
, "Shall I like Roland?" had been Ilma's
question. She looked now with her quiet
scrutinizing gaze she was not a hittitrald
to look a young man in the face to sec
what she ought to think of tho tall, broad
shouldered, lair-haired cousin who, drojv
ping bis fishing-tackle, advanced to greet
her. What he thought cf her was to be
read pretty plainly in his (ace, without
'the aid of his somewhat blunt spctch
- "Well, cousin lima, you arc a beauty;
It's a double pleasure tosco you."
He was comely, of fair complexion, a
gttod deal tanned, lie had bright, but rath
er closely-set gray eyes. The niouih how
ever was heavy, the jaw massive, and both
seemed to indicate siillciiucs possibly,
under strong provocation, ferocity. Not
that lima, who was scarcely more than a
child, was able to aualyzo her cousin's de.
fects; but she felt them instinctively, and,
though nine people out of ten would have
called Roland frank because of his blunt
manner and hearty laugh, lima did not be
lieve be wat.
"lie lias a furtive look," she said to her
self; "be lias a bad temper, too. 1 don't
think 1 shall like you, Roland."
Roland however nuu himself very
agreeable, lie led the way down to the
weir, and showed lima the spot wheuco
Zarah Hctton had cast herself; but when
the young Canadian went and stood fear
lessly on the dizzy platform, above tho
roaring flood, the young uiau would have
pulled her back.''
'1 am never giddy," she satd smiling
' "I have stood over many a fall hundreds
...of feet higher than this. I suppose you
call it Gipsy's Well' because Zarali named
"Yea, oefbrc that it was merely Scarth
Abbot Weir. The lock was built in 1790
by the grandfather or Sir I'liillp Darrell.
Old Reuben Daff, the lock-keeper, is a lo.
-cal character. 1 don't think you would
understand one word in ten of his."
"I sha'l have a talk with liini to-mor-,
row," laid lima, mill looking down on tho
weir; nd, as the stood there, her slen
der figure thrown out iigalust tho back,
ground of the hills, the oilcvculug breezo
stirring the golden curls, she looked like a
fairy, or the presiding naiad of the Coal
mere. Roland gazed on tier admiringly for a
few Moments beforo replying to her last
"Perhaps Daff won't understand you
"Why! Do you say I talk like a foreign
rr .lose and Jaiilo said so?"
.liey were right; you do. Rut come
down, lima,, please; )ou uinko me very
"Do If I beg your pardon."
She ntcpped dowo at once, and as she did
' ao, a door lu the Mill opened, and a -jiil
came tut, and began crossing tho lock,
"licit it Zcph Huston," said Roland.
'ow, lima, lot us see if you understand
Tlieni was nothing particularly striking
bout tie girl who now uppruaclud the
cousins. She moved with t certain cany
. grace Inherent lu Iwr tribe, the character,
istid which three hundred j ears of a ala.
tloaary lire bad not obliterated. Zepli
Keslonb id a swarthy gipsy laco and black
' yet, and a fair shuru or good looks; but
ehe was net handsome, though a red kcr.
i, chief ou ler bead, lu llou ol a bat or boiu
; aW K ier picturesque aspect.
, .."(iood evening," the said, curtseying
' to the gentleman and ladles lu turn, and
glsnclug very keenly at lima. "Been
bowing the foreign young lady tho weir.
ud tUa Mill aud all, lace." ,
Ilroa made eut tbt drift of this speech,
tnougb the words wore delivered with a
trod Cumberland accent. Roland re.
a piled to It.
. Thit young lady It Mist Coslello, our
eoueln, 2epb,n another curtsey from
Xepb-"and the thinks tbe plaeo very
4eautlfuL We shall ask Job to show us
. (Wr the Mill io a da; or two."
"She's welcome most welcome !" laid
Zepli, seannhig Hum furtively again
")d ve tro tho lord 1 1 Jo past, Mr. Ro
land!"' No. Whero and when?"
"h, Jtift before you came up!" Ilorodo
by on a black homo a rare beauty. It
will ho best tor the lord not to stay here
"Why, Zepli?" asked Rose eagerly. '
"Father says there will be heavy rains
next mouth, and he knows,"
'Whxt then?" asked Roland.
"Father lay the floods will be out to
the hills this year, said Zepli oracularly;
"and you know w hat It say?"
. "It" was apparently tho Darrell curso
in the Scarth Abbot.
"Well, but," said Roland "the Darrells
have braved tho floods again and again..
See how Sir Philip himself escaped w hen
he saved widow Hunt."
'His time was not come, Mr. Roland,"
returned Zepli, frowning a little; "but
the time must come, and Sli I'liillp is the
last of his house, (iood evening, my la
dles; good evening, sir."
With another look not over-friendly
at lima, and a covert glance at Roland,
Zepli went on her way.
'What an oddity!" said lima, gazing
after iicr. "lean follow her pretty well.
What a pity we missed seeing Dark Dar.
reli on his black steed 1 I knew it would
be black, Rose."
Rose and Janie disclosed the black horse
which Sir 1'hilip had not had the last time
he came to Scarth Abbot, all thn way
home while lima walked by RnlaVd's side
and asked him hosts of questions about
the place and the people.
The remainder of the evening passed
pleasantly in music and conversation, and
it was late when .Mini Durnford and lima
returned to the Grange.
llina's dreams that night was a jumble
of Ottawa and Scarth Abbot, gipsies,
weirs, mills, and Spanish-looking cavaliers
on black horses; and alio awoke early,
with tho tun shining in ber room.
Tho girl sprang up, dresncd quickly, and
opened her bed-room door. Xot a aoul
was stirring In the bouse. Itma looked at
her watch; it wat barely six o'clock.
"Jolly!" ahe thought. "I shall run
down to the weir before breakfast."
She did not put on ber hat, but ran out
bsreheaded, effecting her exit by her bed
room window. A creeper grew without,
and by meant of this the agile young girl
rapidly reached the garden; she then hur
ried away toward the river. She had the
dewy morning all to herself, and scattered
the diamond drops like spray as she moved
through the grass, laughing to sec how
wet were her shoes and the bottom of her
bluc-and-white serge morning-dress.
The mill-wheel had just be:aii to work,
but no one was about; and lima stood for
nearly a quarter of an hour on Zarah's
Leap so Roland had told ber the fatal
spot was' called looking down upon the
weir; then stepping hack to the bank, she
wandered along towards the bridge which
Mistress Anneris Darrell had refused to'
cross. The ground rose in this direction,
and, looking abeud, lima could see that
the river, w hich w ound very much, flow ed
between banks fully twenty feet high, nut
more thau a quarter of a mile from w here
sli now was,
Sho paused presently close to the bridge
and, going up to the extreme verge of the
bank, looked dow n at the rapid current,
flow ing at this spot with terrible voloeity
towards the weir. Absorbed in listening
to tho roar of tho weir, which seemed tu
drown all other sounds, the girl might
bae remained thus for an hour, had not a
most unexpected sound made l.n look up
and glance quickly towards the bridge,
whence had come a clear pcuctratiug
"Holloa!" in a man's voice.
A man mounted on a splendid black
horse was crossing the bridge, and, as lima
turned her face, he waved bis hand .villi
an imperative gesture, intimating to her
to draw back, Sho obeyed instantly, re.
tiring several feet, with less of any four lu
her heart of a possible peril against which
the rider iiad warned her, than feeling
of keen amusement snd pleasure on he
holding one who could be no other than tho
famous Dark Darrell, the accursed. Yui;
Ihere wat the dark baiul'oino fare; and,
as she drew back the rider raised his hat
mid bowed, as if to apuluglso for having
called to her, or to thank her for con
descending to have her lifo saved. She
stood still, watching tho horseman, and
little thinking what an exquisite picture
she herself mado with her youthful bcau
t.v. Wlillo yet u hundred paces from where
lima stood, Sir I'liillp Darrell drew brl.
die, und, springing lightly to the ground,
advanced on foot, with do (Ted bat
Seeing that bo approached her, the girl
went forward to meet him, thinking tliut
this last of tho Darrells needed only shin
ing armor or velvet and lace to bo a hero
or some wild poetic romance of the Rhine,
"I'r.ty forgive me," ho said, as tho two
met, "for shouting to you; but you were
standing in a very dangerous place. Tho
earth there frequently yields."
"Why, I ought to thank you very
much!" replied lima earnestly, looking
up almost fearfully Into a pair of large
Iteadily.brilllant eyes of the deep gray
that scent black in the shade. "If I
had fallen In, 1 should bavo been washed
over the weir. Rut I came only yester.
day; so I don't know where lucre Is dan
ger." . "Ishould know you were a stranger by
both your look and speech," said Sir I'liil
lp, smiling; and lima felt that so sweet a
smile could redeem any curse, even wero
the fuuo it illumined lest strikingly band-
tome than that of the Lord of thu Manor.
"Ttiero It not the romnlest of the Cum
berland about you."
"orls there about you," returned IU
ma frankly. "1 t lion Id think you were
foreign altogether if 1 did Hot know who
"lou have the advantage of mo," said
Sir l'hlllp, bowing, and smiling again,
'Mie gossips were quick, If you camo on
ly last night, to tell you how to know
1'hllip Darrell when you saw bim."
"My cousin Sabine told rue almut you,
Sir I'liillp," answered I linn. "My name Is
lima Costcllo, and 1 have come over from
Canada to live with my aunt, Miss Durn.
ford. You know luem all?"
"lliavo that honor and pleasure, and I
am delighted to have the further honor of
extending the acquaintance." said Darrell
holding out a sllgut hand, as while as II.
ma's own; and lima gave liltu her Utile
hand Willi a bright laugh.
"What fun !" she exclaimed. "1 like to
be unconventional. It Is ever so much
nicer to bo Introduced to somo one by
hearing a warning shout than by a formal
inirouiiciioii. uoiri you tbuik sol" :
"1 should If I were the warned and von
were tbo warner, Miss Coslello; but It
was not Willi any very enviable reelings
mail saw jou percinu lixe a fav upon
snob treacherous ground." lie shuddered
Rut 1 should not like tr seo you whirl,
lug down to tho weir," said Iliu'i. "As It
Happens, there is no harm- done, Oh. lou
dear old follow I"
Tho last words wcro not nddrcssrd to
rir rump, mil to i s lioir. i.mi
walked forward sedately to Join his mas-
ivi. iiuiarcfca tun nuiiiu luii'iuii with
THE DAU.Y CAIRO BULLETtN:
all of a girl's lavish fondness, laying her
soil cheek against the horse's smooth neck,
stroking and pulling him, und talking to
him us if ho were a Christian.
Sir 1'hllip watched tho beautiful group
of girl and horse with feelings which he
could not have analyzed, llma's conduct
would have been splendid acting in a tin
iihed coquette; but she was no more a co
quette than the mountain-breeze. She fell
and acted like a child, und hud no more
idea of winning Darreli's good opinion
than hadllic horse himself.
"He is a noble creature," laid Sir I'liillp
presently, "though his own master praises
him. Uu is half an Arab, and has been
my companion in many a wandering
Kaithrul Hassan!" bo added, lajing his
delicate white hand tenderly ou the ani.
mal's forehead; and the largo soft eyes of
the Arab Hashed back full Intelligence in.
to his loved master's face.
"1 have seen lots of beautiful horses,"
remarked lima, "but never such a beauty
at yours. How long have you hud him?"
"Four years. 1 bought him in Alexun.
"I knew that you had not bad him
when you were last here," said lima,
laughing; "for last evening Zcph Henton
said you had ridden by ou a black horse,
and my cousiut wero very much interest,
" oh will find that you cannot cross a
road iu Ibis place without every ouoknow.
lug It, and knowing why, or making a rea.
son. All the village will bo discussing
you over breakfast this morning, and tbey
talked about you all last evening. My com
ing here was a tremendous event, ltali
country places -ore stupid, dismally stu
"They must be;" and lima looked a lit.
tic dismayed. "I have never lived long in
"1 know that. Xo one would ever take
you for a provincial, Miss Costcllo. As
for ine, I have not passed seven years of
my life in this place." 1 am a cltizcu of
I know that," said lima nodding
"Tbey call meoforclgnrr' here."
, "South country is foreign to Cumber
land; and you dou't speak like a home,
bred English girl, You have been more
used to foreign language than your own
that it the reason." ,
"That is how you speak," said lima. "I
am uo judge in my own case; but you
speak your words crisply as Italians do,
and the inflections of your voice are not
Darrell httilird, tlii Transatlantic girl's
frankness was bewitching; he would not
have been at all surprised if she hud told
bim that his coat became him, or that
tho admired bis rings. He bowed and
thanked her for the compliments Inflow,
Suddenly lima looked at her watch, and
then clasped her hands iu dismay.
J!i, Sir 1'hilip, I must hurry home to
-breakfast! lam late already."
"Y'ou will let me escort you?"
"And take you out of your waj ? Not
for worlds! There are no hears in these
woods, are there?"
"Kxcept Cumberland bears," said Dar
rell, with some bitterness; "but they arc
harmless euuiigb, poor clodhoppers! Rut
escort I know is a tic lion. Wi.'l you grant
me the pleasure of your company as long
"Oh, yes, gladly! It it uo favor, you
know! Why don't you como iu to hreuk
rast with us? Auntie is a friend of yours,
There was a flash In Darreli's eyes, and
a quiver of bis delicate lips which told of
prido and passion. Then ho answered,
"How good of you to niako the tugges
tiou! I think 1 wilt act upon it."
"l'lease du," said lima earnestly, think
ing or the terrible storv Ruse had told lier
or this mau wbo was o desolate, lu spite
or his ancient name and wealth.
The pleading upward look of the largo
brown eyes, the soli, "l'leaso do," wero
magnet more powerful thau she dreamed
of iu her Innocence. Hi! would have been
less than muu who could have resisted
them, even though he "read between tho
lines," for Darrell knew that tome one
must huve told his young companion all
about the curse, and doubted nut that the,
Hoiitlng it, only wanted, in her sweet
childish way, to make him happy.
"Can 1 say 'No' to such an uppllcant?"
ha said, passing bis arm through his horse's
bridle as they moved forward.
"1 hope you caunot," retn.ned lima.
"Yes? Oh, how nice thai will be that
is, if you would really like to come, Sir
"1 should like to como above all things
lima was quite satisfied, and moved
along by her tall cavalier's side till they
came to the Orange, whero Molly the cook,
looking out of the kitchen window, was
not a little astonished to see uo less a per.
son than Dark Darrell himself advancing
wilh hi horse along the path between the
currant-bushes, with Miss lima by his
"Why, Jennie," she cried to the house
maid, "there's the lord; and if Miss lima
isn't talking away to bim us If sho'd ha'
known him all her life and she such a
beauty too! Well away; the may he
dreeing her weird, and not know it I J ust
think if the lord tlfoMd tako a fancy to
her, poor dear!"
Jennie, who was young, shook her head
portentously, but remarked that "they
funiucri" wore mostly mad."
"Sir l'hlllp Darrell," exclaimed Mist
Durnford, quickly descending tho slept of
the terrace at tho back of the house for
Jennie had fled precipitately to Inform bur
or the distinguished visitor who was ep
proachlng with truant Miss lima "this
is a mutt uuexpscted, mutt welcome pleat
She held out ber hand, her face and ac
Hon amply seconding lier cordial words,
and be, in courtly fashion, leurut abroad,
bent and kissed that hand.
"How kind of you," ho said, to be so
glad to see met l'ivo years have not
changed you, Miss Durnlord; I wish I
could believe they had wrought at little
change In hip. Your niece, whom I bad
tho jilrasure of meeting on tho river,
bank, Incited mo to invito mviclf to
breakfast with you this morning; "but If 1
"Oh, Sir Philip," cried tho old lady,
"you have such a lot of foreign palaver! I
wonder that you don't forget bow to speak
English. Y'ou cannot tiller a tentonce of
good old Cumberland, I know. lima, run
round and tell Robert to tako Sir rblllp's
borsotnthe stable. You have a superb
horse, Sir I'liillp."
"lie's a Jewel in every way, M Durn
ford," replied Darrell; and' limit begu-ed
to be nllowml to lead Hassan to tliestablo
"Old thirling!" she said, ns Sir Philip
resigned tbe bridle to her; and she wmibl
have envied Robert tho charge, of him If
tho society of the lord or the soil h;i, i,0t
bepii a stronger nltraetlnn,
She ran back to the breakfast. room, ltm
went up to her aunt wilh a Imlcpcuttctit.
"Please forgive in fur licjiigjla-ir, ihmiIHh,
I Uld not Uwv iliow ;thc time wl gol.i'..;
SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1892.
and I should not have been hero at nil may.
bo but for Sir Philip."
"My dear child, u hat do you mean?"
Darrell explained, and Miss Durnford
looked as borrllled it If Hum had actually
tumbled into tho liver.
"You uro so wild, lima," sho tab!.
"How did you leave tho houso this morn,
tug? There wat not a bolt withdrawn."
"I got out of my w indow, auntie, and
crawled down tho creeper."
Darrell burst out laughing. Miss Durn
ford was obliged to laugh too, though alio
tried to look grave.
"You'll break a limb some day, child,"
tho said. "Now sit down to breakfast."
"I won't do It again fill next time,"
said lima, in an undertone, as she took her
Sir Philip sat opposite to lier; and front
time to tlmo she scanned bim covertly,
w atching htm w hile he talked to her aunt,
and marking1 every change of feature,
and every Inflection of a singularly sweet
Sir I'liillp was as dark as a soul hen
Italian; his licit curly locks were of the
blue-black hue not often aren In Italy, ami
the delicate and statuesque, chi.ellinij of
hi feature wat Italian rather than ICng.
lish. Kvery line or bis striking counteu.
ancc indicated strong passions and iulenso
pride; but pride seemed not inappropriate
to a man w ho boro so strongly tho marks
or gentle blood. Rut deep in the dark
eyes lay the shadow or the vague unrest
tiiat overcast a life which nature and for.
tune ought to have combined to make
bright and glorious.
lima thought that this man looked as if
he had stepped out of some frame ut the
Pitti Palace; He seemed to belong uinre
properly to an age iu which swords right,
ed wrongs. It was no wonder that tbo
people considered him almost an alien ; no
one, could be more uiiliko the usual repre
sentatives of great county families. Sir
Philip Darrell was pale, slender, snpple,
with the hues or an Italian, elean-sbaveii
save lor tho soft moustache that shaded
the resolute lips, a man or courts and
cities, all but a it ranger in his native
country, his very speech giving, neither in
tone tior accent, the faintest indication of
his birth-place. He neither hunted nor
shot, or took any part in county doings,
being indeed an absentee. It was no won
der that some of the most superstitious
shook their heads and said that foiuo
strange influence bad presided at the hour
of his birth.
"And do you intend," akcd Miss Durn
ford, after a short pause In the coiuera.
lion, "to give us your company for a titt o
longer lime, this time, than )ou did last,
He shrugged his shoulders and answer
"I can hardly tell, Miss Duniforl; I
bavo no settled plans. 1 am a rolling
stone, you know, and snail be as long us 1
"1 hope not."
"Dojou Do you cherish the libra that
I shall settle down and become a couuiry
gentleman at agricultural slnms? .Miss
Costcllo, you sue is laughing at the bare
T cannot help It," said limn. "Why,
Sir Philip, I look as much a country gcu.
tleriaii us you do!"
Mis Durnford glanced hastily at her
niece; her Transatlantic freedom of man.
ner Somewhat disturbed the good ladi's
equanimity; bn it was so free from
Transatlantic fuiwardness, so child-like
and charming, that no one could nilsinter.
pret It; and Sir Philip Darrell was tbe
lust man to be anything but pleased by it.
He laughed and said
"No, no, Jli Durnford, rather for mo
"'Fifty years of Europe, then a ryele of
"So Cumberland i Cathay, and your
splendid ancestral home a prison?"
"Ah," said Darrell, carelessly, though
again with the tone of bitterness lima had
noticed before-"a short life and a merry
"I should say a long life and a good
one," replied Miss Durnford.
"Long life? Defend me from it!" As
be said the words he caught a fleeting !ok
from llma's brown eyes, a look so full of
pain and unconscious pleading that a
quick flush crossed Ids cheeks, and he bit
his lip; but, recovering hinwif, and with
a total change of manner, as if to dismiss
an uu profitable subject, he a-ked lima If
the would like to go o rr the Court.
"Oh, so much!" she salil eagerly. "My
cousins say it lias such lovely pictures,
and all sorts of hcautil'ui tilings."
"You must honor mo then, and your
aunt and cousins will, I hope, favor my
poor house also. You will hear some dis.
mal stories of the cavaliers and ladles you
will see In the picture-gallery. We have
always been a turbulent set, and "
Ho stopped abruptly, and added, turning
to Miss Durnford, "Perhaps you would
kindly let me know iu a day or two, w hat
day would suit you all dayt arc alike to
"Hut indeed, Sir Philip, you must not
inako me tlx a day," was the reply.
"You will, I am sure; it would bo so
kind of you" and ho spoke iu bis most
winning manner. "Thanks. One of thu
gardeners has been raving over some l'.iru
exotics. 1 forgot what he called them.
You must please choose as many of tlieni
as you like. 1 remember your old weak
ness for out-of-the-way flow ers."
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rsu't he surpassed,
Cntnrrh relieved ami
Kr.vsiiieU" cured .
Hums i- llcveriliisifutly.
Id moves all unpleasant
tie rs purltled and heal
ed, (iiuiijrenu pre
vented ami cured.
liysmitrv eared .
omuls licnh d rupldlv.
Scurvy cured lu short
Tcter dried u.
It Ispeif.-c ly harmless.
Kcr mini throat it Is a
l Iiiii l it ii I luili:i.
Ship fever prevented by
Id cnfcn of death In the
house, tl should al
ways be used about
(hit co ipse It will
prwun Buy unplf.s
nut .niell. An anti
dole for sill ' al or vug
Osiiiferon efflnvlat of
tick rm ms snd In plt
n Is r. moved by Its us-i
Yiiiow fever eradicated.
In fact It It the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
j.ii.zi:ii.in v co.,
ManurictnrlnKtliemists, SOLE I'UUI'KI KTOKS
N E I' U A L.U 1 A .
It has been ascertained 1 hut the nio.t invet-rste
eases, if in nrtilxhi are cur. il 1 y Ku low' Mtrup ol
Hypoplii.ihiie Neloi j'is the priiniplii rii-
sse i rmtii uli d. brl i);e pnli i I I. rniiUe vigorous
slid .Ironi!; the stoma Ii, tlie Mood I lie .kin ! urn.
hi nltby, jiud lio'etui:is a new Its'e ef
I he on'y !infaft 'ry tre itmenl of m nrnljjla Is hy
s r''i'(;tlieiiM c'lin neivo:i sviim. A peia.m with
rtrniii; nerves n ver si. IV r ffom Ibl-disease.
The vlr'.iK of I'. llovss' ('oniinuiiil Sirup of Ily
popl.cspliiti sare ri.t U that ulncr rcuiclles are rul
ilom ri q.iirert
I he lit-mand 'or II v opho I hitt s ami ote- l'ho
phoriin vreeuiHti' n t the preet-m rlfiv, Is Inr-ly
o Iiil' to lbs .od !1 ! a mI sue. f,illoin th
liitri'diittlori of this urt.c c til the fivted iu
I in ) o r t ii n t .
Shmild the i.vsbd hnie mr dlitlcul.. in pro
curlec the fumpnui rt rup ut t 1- v.eniitv. let him
mil he put oil' .:lb li iitl.i t ri lne lv. heeii.e this
arl c'r Ins hot itn i(:inl iu the dismasts f r wb eb
it Is ri"'niii iiib il.
NOTK.-I'ie siii i lnu if tiers n who rerim
cni iid an) o' tier a'tt'lo ss ' ju-1 as n.i.nl." Tu
liibest e)ii- medical men In eve y lurjte citv,
here it i. I; no" u, r con.inend it.
For Ssle hv ad l)r'K-L'!'
Pain Cannot S'tav Wlieio
Ilhtieniatlvm U enrd by
THOMAS' nCLSCPHIC OIL.
A ;mc back i f clcht years stniiillng was positive
ly cured by 5) cents wor h of
TAOM AS' ECLEC'TItIC OIL
Common "ore throat Is cured wilh one dole of
THOMAS' ECLKt'TKIC OIL.
Cotishs at d colda are rnred by
All throat and lum d:, eases nre enred by
THOMAS' iCLLCTHIC OIL.
Astluns la cured by
THOMAS' KCLKCTMC OIL.
Hums and frost bite are relieved nt once by
THOMAS' EC'Ll'.ti'HiC OIL.
Always t,'ivcs sftlisfuction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price GOc.'miil $1
FOSTER, MILBUttN & CO., l'rop'rs
BufTalo. N. Y.
by tbta ilmplo water
power Invention may
avoid oil tho Inlmr and
Injury or ilr.yinx tier
Mewlnp Mm-lilno. Ovcf
ff.OOft 'if tliessi llnikus
VVulur Motors, noiseless
and ornnmeiitHl, ailspt
td to nil Sewlnn Ma.
chines, arc now Kvlni
wn sires are ninilu for
Holiseholil Hewiim ila
elilnes. Price. H .1 und
(I'J'i.-IO. Alss lnrirer
tins for fnelory ni'i-ila
nnd for nil kinds of ma
Bend for Circular to
BACKOSWATER UUTOK Oa. Kuwark, N.
This Is tho
Most Kcimica.l Towt'i' Known
POR UUIVlNU Ml.lIT MAUUNKJiV I
l takes tint lllilu room.
it never cots out of wpslr.
It cannot blow up.
It require no fuel.
Ii net Is no unuiniiet
Thurnlsnoitolnv: lioflHnunp! no ashes to eltmn
awuyi no ejiira Inmruiicii in pavi ro repair
Ira iivee"sai v( no roul bids to puy, .
aiid il ( ulways icatly Tor use.
ldir-i Vovv c;iie:m.
ia to $W0. atalo papot you saw this ad, iu.
dS I I I I W' 1
n i i f 1 1. jf rr
il rj MJ del il r'i ...J T .11 mt IK.',
Currdl mr Utile girl of Ills. She ws nlu, denf arkt
duiiili. Inn II cured ler klie eso unw talk and h'sr u
well si au)lKiily. Pans Itub. bprln.icr, Wit.
Has Iceu tbe meuin of rurlnt iny wile of rheiimsilim.
J. U. Ki.iri.'iiss, KunCulUui, CL
Made a sure cure of raw of fur my ton.
E. H. Itvi.Ls. Ili.cuviilc, Kaa.
Cured mcor vurllso neur'ii;l and alek le sdarh'.
Mks. Wa. Mi.MoK. Aurura, Ilk
SJ 1M AltlTA.V M:UV1E
Waatbe nieaiiiof curummy wife nf imi.
Itr.v, J. A. Kuia. Hearer. Pa.
Cnird ms of aiilnns. afnr aisndln( ovsr tS M Willi
utfaer doeiors. t. It llonxiN, New Albany, tad.
MA HA It IT AM .KUVI.VE
Effectually cured me ut ini.mi.
Miss Ja-iviB Wiaii.
7W Weal Vsn Hurra St. Chlcaau. Ill
Cnrd oar child of fl'a after ttvrn op to dl by air
family pPralrian It lu In ur. r ,i In it houri.
llasav Ksta Vertllla, WarrepCo.. Teai.
S) 11 A RITA SEKVIXK
Cared me of scroti! sfv r.nflrinaforeiahi rsrt.
Ai.iisarbiMe.o.. l'uris, 111.
St 1HAIII TAX r.UVlK
rurrd mv i jU uf fp. it'.'t n"i.i. i ;." ".I'uvhT
djciori. J. W. TU'ssr, .V:l ra, ii m
f t HI T VKUVIVF
CtinM ne s -MMie n':jr of ;; ;ii'.: ft: a . - -t1 'ra
cU.raL.er. i'.r.t. Va si si: ns VI iiau jlj.
H l VKI I .nkmvim:
Currd mi's.. sf r Imv ii tn l i1 'n 'i.-'e' a
uioat.it.' sir. K I n. IV . I'.i.. 1 1 n, .N. V.
Stll 1 It I r A N . KKY I K
Cured Ulc o. i, -i. 'irn't'i'wi'".
ills uni.ax vi am i i..
(ir.m . S' 1 1.')., M'J.
ai t it i t m iivim:
nsrwia-i.;i tt. i'i'' 'f ' -.f rir Tram
dtiiauun. .1 , -.'it v. ii:. i . ,i.i, M o.
NAIf ARI T.t MIKV INE
Cured me of bruiielili . 'mi ml e i ! ! Mliy.
iimvku lre.. i. i .,n, uuio.
HA MA II IT A t .NKKVINF.
rtia cured im- ut uailuua; a-i e rol.ila of many T'lre
aimijirig. Isa-u: Ji'fr. i.l. i ovluiiou, Ky.
SlMAIt ITA S, KEKVIVr.
Curs'lmsof nu. liard. en will (,r nvir fiur Ts's,
C n i.tt i K Cl aris. O.akn. Duualasa Lu.. I::.u.
St A II A RITA t XEUTINE
Cured a frkuJ of inmr whi it h u) m.:. t srr M lly,
vfceiiiiLO'C is.Mi.-i. l'.i,l-.)-, pa,
HA M A RITA X ER VI E
II.ii jvrinaiieiitly s-ur-d in- of efip. pr r,'
f tviit Tksmhlv, II a Mumes Iowa.
Cured my ilt ut tiu py of ynr -sn.line.
llKNar Ct.aa Kit.rue. l, Mich.
Curd my Miluol aiiervini. duels' nf tie- tr id.
K. UniKAit. Nitr:!) il ,; Ts.
MAM A RITA ! -VERTI!VR
rnred mraoouf flia. llch tiihi' hul a nt fur ahont
fourjsara. Joss Htvi.
Woodljurn Mact-u-'ln Co., IIL
1H FOB SJAI.E
BY AL.I. DRUGGISTS
Ormsy 1h h.id dlnrt tnm na. F"r fur h-r Inlc.rma-ln-n
iiii lnu- . iii:. for our lllumrt'.i'd J iurnti culua
evitltaixa nf curf-e. Aihlrrta
DK. It. A. KM HMOXD Al CO
World's Epileptic Ini'liuie,
ST. JOSEPH, MO
The Pest Known Remedy for
Backache or Uamo iJack.
Rhoumatlsm or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuraleia or Kidney Dlseosei.
Lumbaao, 8evoreAcheor Palna
Arc Superior lo nil olher Plaalera.
Are Superior to Tads.
Aro Superior lit l.lnlmrnls.
Arefiiprrtor laOlnlmnils orSlnlvr).
Arcaiiperlor lo Electrtelty air aJvaaUai
They Act Immeillately.
. They Nlrenirlbaa.
a They Boolhe.
Tbey Itellovo Fain at Oae.
They Positively Cure.
lfl (IflAII reason sCapctnarotwisriaa.
I fl III 1 1 1 IM lera havabom tmltnled. Do
unu i tutu
not allow ynur dracsisi w
pnlm "(I sumo other plnster
soiindlim nuine. Sea thnt tho word la spelled
I.M R t'rirn 9, ela
SEABURY A JOHNSON, t
Miuniluelurlnil Chemisle, New nik.
KltttK ftK.ii:iV AT I.AST. Pries
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Orunt Eng-
.T"iSv ll.h l'ellleiie. All
M- tuifiillliur euro for
f&St.SfV seminal weakness
' l1 I...
ri,;i mitt rinuii. im
poll'IIO t.ill all
(llst'ii es Hint folnw
ns a seotieiico
of self-Mlnis.'i ssjtii,;
T r tn . , ml"p '" Miniiiorr, -i?ia
UilforO TaKinnniversal b.sallude i TuVi
i,.ln n lh. l.n.,1. Otl.BT iUEinO.
dimness of vision, preniaturo old nno, d many
oilier dlsi'iisea that lead to lusatilty, conaumutlua
or a premalitro rrnvi'.
y-r"ull lartlt'ilarslnmirpsmphlBt, Which we
diisliie toseiul free bv pull to evervime. tTTha
SpeclllcMertlelue Is sold hv till itru tets si 'l nrr
nsiiiiiee, nr six imrksKc lor it,, or will he sent fret
bv mull on receipt of Mm money, by addresslin?
Til 11 QUAY MEDICINE CO'.,
Boldlo Cairo bv mm Bclatth?1"'1'0' W ' V '