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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1882,
,TOE GIPSVS CURSE.
fcT TUB iCTiion or ctitTT Trrrnoct
,v CaUMK," THB WRKCKER8 Of
SRXA DOOM." ETC.
" Tou left orden wltb, your lmad-jan.
dentr for my fancy to be entitled," laid
tu old lady. "No, no, Sir Philip; I cati
not encroach. ny more on your kindness.
Wny 1 hve a whole range of flowen that
are admired by all wlilcu came from your
"llave youf I am to glad. I wish you
had a hot-houst full. I roust iea to it the
more tba merrier. Why ibould the flow
en wane their iwectneai ou the desert
There were teari In Mis IMirnfnrd'i
eyet ai the thanked her gucal.; but more
than one cause; made the ten in rino. It
trae not Unit In any caso Sir 1'hilip would
not have boon equally lavish ; but there
iwaya teemed a luck of that Interest
In anything belonging to him which a
man would feel in what he looked to en
joy for a lifetime; lie alwaja njioke ai a
mere wanderer through thin brief exist
ence. There wai alivayi that under-current
of feeling which, put into words,
would have been, "What are these thing
to mcr I have no hold on them. 1 do not
care for them; let me give them whilo
they are mine to give."
Would auy day this week suit you, Sir
Philip?" asked ilia Durnford, rising Horn
"Certainly, and the earlier tho better
for my pleasure, 1 mean, not my conven
ience." Friday?" Darrcll bowed.
Then," be suid, "I will call at the
Larches und pay my devoirs; they will not
mind the forenoon but will they have
I will walk up, if you will allow me to
loave Hassan with you a littlo longer."
"With the greatest pleasure; and 1 hope
you will give us some more of your compa
ny when you return for him."
"It is very good of you to tolerate such
scapegrace a I am," replied Darrell.
1 shall be most happy."
lima bad Intended to run over to tho
Larches that morning, bavin? been re
quested to do so by her cousins; but now
he must give that up, as she could not in
trude on Sir riil lip it would be rude,
though she was sure he would not mind.
Hiss Durnford however who was a wo
man of great common sense, came to ths
rescue. She regretted that Iltna would
have to meet Bir Philip Darrell at all;
but, at it was Impossible to prevent this,
he would not run the risk of some blunt
remark from Roland or Kose, betraying
that lima wai expected, and thus giving
the Impression that she wished to keep
Darrell and lima apart.
"lima," She said, "I have asked you to
go to the Larches this morning. Sir Phil
lp will, I ant lure, be happy to escort
Sir Philip bowed, and said be should bo
indeed happy; but the troubled look in his
eyes deepened as lima hurried away for
faer hat; and, though the next moment
be turned to Miss Iurnford with some or
dinary remark, he was saying to himself:
"I must be true true too the vow
whatever the cost. Heaven knows what
it may her
Golden-haired lima, walked by Sir roll
IP's side through the sunny village and In
the shade of the tall trees of Aunt Sa
bine's pleasure grounds. lima thought
that brief passage through the village w as
'great fun;" it was like a royal progress.
Old men, and grandmothers and young
women and children ell turned out aud
eurtseyed to the lord of the soil, and some
blessed biiu In their broad dialect. He
waa most gentle and affable to all, and
scattered silver among the people w ith a
freedom that was more reckless than ju
dicious; but it struck lima, though be
bowed nothing of this in his manner at
the time, that be was glad when it was all
over, lie did not aeeru pleased, as a land,
lord should be, by the homage of his ten
ants. He had gone through a needful or
deal, and be breathed a sigh of relief when
be was free again.
"Heaven be praised," he mid, as the gates
of the Larches closed behind him and his
companion, and lie had to.ed some lnoso
coins to a grinning aud admiring urchin,
"that Is the last."
"You don't care for the worship of your
tubjecU?" questioned lima.
Dmi'll's haughty lip curled.
"No," he replied and they do not care
for me. How should they? They hrtrdly
ever see sue, and we bavo no Interests in
common. Some of them actually believe
that 1 have an autual undemanding with
supernatural powers, becuiiHO 1 have es.
caped drowning two or three limes when
1 ought to have been drowned; aud mine
la an accursed race. It will be better fur
these people when aomo oue else than a
Darrcll reigns at the Court. They will not
regret me, imr 1 them."
OU, dou't don't talk sol" cried lima
passionately, inure wounded by the light
ness of her companion's manner, than ii ho
bad shown deep feeling; it was as though
be bad schooled himself to cynical callous
ness, Darrell started violently aud the blood
mounted to bis very brow. He paused
fully a minute before he could apeak, while
lima quickly walked on ahead of him to
bide the lean la hereyei and the quiver
ing of her Hps. A few strides brought
tilr Philip to her side, and ho laid bis hand
on bcr arm.
"Miss Costello," lie said, "pray forglvo
roe. I bardly kuow what to say to apolo
gize enough for having pained you. It
never occurred to mo that w hat I laid
could affect any oue more than It doci my.
elf; 1 forgot that you bio nut a callous
inau, but a sensitive girl. Will you par
don my thoughtlessness?"
"There Is nothing that needs forgive
ness," answered lima, looking up Into bll
dark handsome face, which was caruost
nough now. "I cannot help feeling sorry
that you feel as you have suid, aud 1
hould always feel lorry If you never
poke of It again."
"Would your" ami be gazed so Intent
Jy into the girl's fauu that her eyes fell aud
bar aolor rose.
Thui recalled to himself, Sir Philip re.
moved bll baud, which had till thon rest
d on lliua'i arm, and bo turned aside,
biting bll Up. r'or the next five minutes
be did not apeak, walking on silently by
the glrl'i tide, and she, her young heart
bleeding for huu dared not lay more, and
ha did not even venture to look at him. .
Sir Philip spoke again presently, but on
a different lubject, asking lima if ibe rodo.
"Yes. like an Indian."
fTben we must have some riding par
llei," laid Sir Philip. "All of your tout.
lni riue wen, i know; and there are some
plinaia riatu round here. A itood Italian
, m Connaby Felli would bring roses to
your cbetki, though they would not lilt.
Iluia nulled; but she did not choose to
ay that she could not enjoy that pastime,
ai her aunt did uotkoep riding horses, and
her eoutlui had only those wblcb they
ihruielvfi rodo. sir Philip kowem du
vlned the position at once, nuu auued
"But perhapi your cousins have no spuro
"They have not, 1 know," aniwered II.
ma; "but I dare say my uncle would let
me have one If 1 asked him."
"That would never do; all the good
weather will be gone beforo you can hear
from Canada. You must let me give you
a mount. Don't deny me; it would he
such a pleasure; and there are beautiful
borsei iu my atablcs eating their heads oil,
as tin grooms say. You shall make your
choice on Friday."
"Ydu won't let me refuse. Then bow
hall I thank you?" said the girl. "I
hall go just wild to bo on horseback
'Just wild,' you American !" Inughed
Sirrhillp, hiding deep feeling under a
light tone. "Well, you have thanked ine
for what is, after all, a selMi act."
"You mean because you like to give en.
joymcnt? Hut that Isn't selllsh." returned
lima; for selfish people don't huve pleas,
ure in other people's happiness."
"Ah, you are metaphysical 1 We must
dismiss the subject," said Sir Philip
quickly, and, with some embarrassment,
which lima was delighted to perceive;
forSIrPlillip, she felt certain was not ea.
ily dislodged from his citadel ofself-pos-lesslou.
Dark Darrell, with nil bis courtliness,
wai the reverse of a ceremonious person,
age; and so he followed Ilnia's lead up
the terrace-steps and presented himself
through the open window of tho morulug.
room before the astonished Sabincs.
They were all there except Koland, in
search of whom lima Instantly aped away,
and they greeted Sir Philip warmly. He
speedily explained how lima came to be
with him, and In what manner he had been
introduced to her.
Meanwhile lima bad found IColand bus),
ly engaged In tho repair of some fishing,
tackle in bis study, if an apartment only
devoted to sporting literature and imple
ments deserved the name; he looked up,
and his whole face brightened as his beau
tiful young cousin hastened to his side.
"Well catamount," said Koland, taking
her hand and kissing her, "were you sent
for me, or did you come of your own ac
"Of my own accord; though I have
come to fetch you to see whom do you
think? Dark Darrell himself:"
"He here," said Koland in a tone that
did not betray much pleasure.
"Yes; and he came with me. He break,
fasted with us this morning, and Koland,"
added II ma, tossing up her hat and calch
iug it, iie is just the nicest fellow I ever
"Oh, of course!" said Koland, laughing;
but the laugh, lima thought, sounded
forced. Kiirls are bound to worship a
man who looks like a picture, though he
doesn't do much more in the world than
if he were a picture. He might be the
foreigner be looks for alt that he is among
his own tenants or cares about them." ,
That' not my business," and lima
flushed a little the girl was qukk. tem
pered, and ever ready to resent injustice.
I don't think Cumberland peasants are
very nice people."
"You don't know anything aUiut them,
my dear," said Uuland; "(hough I dare
say you know as much about them as Dar
rell does. Rough speech and manners
dou't always meic a bad heart, any mure
than suavity and smooth words mean a
lima said no more, but descended with
ber cousin to the morning-room. The girl
went over to ber aunt, and watched from
beneath ber sweeping lasues the meeting
between Koland Sat-iiue and Sir Philip Dar
rell. What a difference there waa be
tween them ! P.alund seemed to belong to
another and lower order of beings than the
man of whom be had ipoken with hardly
"You are a good deal altered from
What 1 saw you l-t, Sabine," said Sir
Philip surveying his host. "You were not
much more thau a boy then ; and, though
I should have known you at once, that for.
est of hair about your face makes an im
mense change in you."
"There is little difference in you," re
plied Koland, laughing. "You look a bit
older, but not much; and when you are
forty,you won't look older than you do now.'
"Maybe not," said Sir Diilip, with a
balf-suiile, as he resumed bis seat.
Something in the look and tone gave II.
ma the clue to the thought "How should
I look older lu ten years? Time standi
still In the grave." The girl felt some,
thlug like terror come over her. Wai
there, after all, some truth in a curse
which seemed to have influenced the
whole lifo of a man so unlikely to yield to
mere superstition as Sir 1'hllip Darrell?
"Sir Philip," said ilr.. Sabine, turning
to her son, "has kindly asked us all to the
Court ou Friday, with aunt Kachacl aud
"Iihall be delighted," returned Ro.
"And," added Sir Philip, "I want to
make up a riding party, while the line
weather lasts. Do you know any one you
would care to ask to join us?"
Koland shook hit head.
"Xo, ncw-comcri are scarce in these
parts. lima is the llrst for twenty yean
at least; and the last before bcr were only
"lima will Join ui," mid Sir Philip,
using the christian name quite lnadvert
eutly probably merely catching it from
Koland, possibly from a subtle instinct to
try to think of her as "only a child."
Hul Roland did not like the dropping of
the formal title. Wild and childlike as
lima was, she was not young enough to be
treated with sueli freedom ou the strength
of a morning's acquaintance, especially by
io young a man as Sir Philip Darrell. Sir
Philipcould read what was passing in Ro
land's mind tor It was not eusy to bide
anything from Ids obsorvant eyes but he
gave not the slightest sign of having no
ticed a resentment which be haughtily
considered "deucedly cool."
lhuro was an awkward pause for a few
seconds alter Sir Philip' words; for ev.
ery one knew that lima had no means of
carrying out bcr promise, Mrs. Sabine
glanced up at lima, aud the girl nodded
"Slrl'nillp U io kind a to give me a
mount," she said; and as khospokca quick
heavy frown crossed Roland's brow.
"Oh, then, you cau ride?" be observed
"Why, of course, replied lima, while
SlrPnllip Darrell half sinllcd ; "U 1 could
not ride I should bo thrown."
"1 am afraid you would," laid Sir Phil,
lp. "I dou't think there is a very quiet
horse In iny stablei."
"You must taki care lima," and Mrs.
Sabine looked anxiously at her niece,
"I will look after ber, mother," said Ro.
laud quickly but lima shook her bead.
"Thanks, Koland; I dou't need coach,
iug. 1 am as much at borne ou hortoback
as on my feet."
"Can you Jump?"
"Yes," opening wide ber great clear
yes "gatci, dltchci anything. I'll try
conclusions with you."
You're contlduut, Jllsi Amorlca. Do
juu cuaucuge an creation?"
"No, only you. I ihotildu't havi a
chance with Sir Philip."
"Row do you kuow that?" asked Dir.
rell, while Roland bit his Up bard.
"They told me you wore u crack rider;
mid 1 could seu by tho way you rodo thin
morning that you wero like a .Mexican lu
the ladulo. Aud then lee what u superb
borse you have!"
Roland rides twelve stone," observed
Rose ; "so he ha much more to carry thau
Twelve itono agiilmt something under
one," laid Sir Philip, laughing ai bo glauc
odtioui Roland's stalwart frame to 1 Una's
fragile-looking figure. "I should think If
a good breeze caught you, lima, you would
be blown away."
"We'll prove that on the tells," return
ed lima, laughing too, as they all did; but
Roland little liked that there ihould be In
so ihort a time so good an understanding
between Sir Philip Darrell and lovely li
Mrs. Sabine looked from Sir Phlllp'1
triklng feature! to Roland's, and then to
llma'a exquisite face, and then she said to
"Heaven avert that Darrell should think
too much of the child, or she of him 1 And
yet be is but human, and she not even
The mother noted too bow ber son
watched lima and listened to ber voice,
aud ber heart sank. Were the two men
equal in worldly fortune, or Roland the
superior, he would have no chance of win.
ning a young girl's affection against Sir
Philip, even if the latter ahould make no
deliberate attempt to conquer.
The visitor were asked to stop to lunch
eon, but Sir Philip declined, having prom,
ised to see Miss Durnford again before be
returned to the Court; and the belt part
f the afternoon, he added, would be taken
up with accounts, lima could not stay,
because, she said with a sigh, aunt Rachel
Wanted to take her to call on the Rector;
and ihe was sorry for thl, buf glad of toe
good e xcuso for going. She would rather
be with Sir Philip Darrell.
Roland asked to accompany them to see
Hassan, and Rose included herself in the
party. lima ran races across the ground!
with Rolund'i big black retriever, and did
not join tin otheri till they reached the
Grange, when the came up with ber bat
off and her sale cheeki like the muny tide
Of a peach.
When Hassan had been duly admired,
Fid Roland aid Rosa had departed, lunch,
eoii-time was so near that Miti Durnford
urged bcr guest to remain for that repast.
Sir Philip heiitated, but lima interposed.
"1 here wij be plenty of time for your
tupid accounts, Sir Philip."
He laughed, and yielded.
"They are ixleed stupid, Mis CotteHo,"
be aaid, "though easy enough in tbrto.
Easy:" erhd lima. "I dare aay they
are to you. N doubt you can add up a
column of deciiuils at a glance; but I bate
arithmetic. I like lauguaget, metaphys
ics, music "
"Music?" interrupted Sir Philip quirk,
ly. "Of course you do; but do ioa
"Yes, ome,' as the Tankeei lay."
You must let me bear you e Friday.
I should beg for music to-tiay but l tat
there will not be time.
Sir Philip left almost Immediately after
luncheon, aoJ lima accompanied bim to
"Y'ou w ill come early on Friday?" be
laid, buldit.g ber band in bit.
"I should like to do a..," replied the girl
frauklr; o I will hurry them up. Aud,
Sir I'ni.ip, please dou't tall ue 'Mils Co
"No? I bad no right to call you 'lima,'
"Hadn't you! Why not?" arted lima
iaughiug, "Rut I am glad you did; every
cue else dots, and 1 dou't (eel bke Miss'
an) tiling. Auntie won't mind.
"Very well." His lips trembled for a
moment, and Lis bind clasped lirrs more
t)oely, as be added soitly, "Uood-bye,
Looking bacc as be rode away, be saw
ber standing there, and he bowed low and
kilted bis band to ber.
Or A PTE it VI.
The Court wai a magnificent pile of
buildings standing about two miles from
the river, on the opposite bank to the Weir
Mill, In the midst of an extensive park,
beautiful pleasure-grounds immediately
surrounding tiie nuimion.
The Sabiues almost knew the place by
heart ; they had carte blanche to go to the
Court wheu they chose, only the library,
uiusic.rooin, and one or two oilier apart
ments belug locked up. The building It
self, they told lima, would take a fortnight
to explore, to lay nothing of the picture,
gallery, state apartments, chapel, and
works of art innumerable, collected Uur.
lug several hundred years.
The Sabiues' carriage rolled under a
deep arched gateway into a vast court,
yard, and lima looked up with profound
veneration at castellated walls that bad
frowned on crusaders and bad been de.
fended against Cromwell's soldiers. How
could Sir Philip care so little to remain lu
inch a grand old borne as this, breathing
tradition of glory and greatness? Her
heart swelled within ber, ber eyei filled
with tears, and her breath came quickly.
Rut the carriage stopped at the noble en.
trance, aud Sir Philip came down to re
ceive his guests.
He gave, ai In duty bound, his best at
teution to Mis Durnford, but llina'arapt
face was tho only one he really cared to
see. They passed through the great ball,
w here lima would have given the world
to linger, aud where it seemed proper to
converse In subdued tones, to a noblo
apartment all furnished In oak and ebony,
with itaincd.glasi windows aud painted
domed celling, and with stately pictures
by Velasquez aud Vandyck on the walls.
"lima is quite overawed," remarked
Rote, laughing; and the girl winced and
colored, but smiled wheu Sir Philip turn,
id to bcr,
"Your organ of veneration U large," bi
said; and Just tor a second a wild vision
Hashed through his mind which made hli
heurt almost eenso to beat, ni he law Iter
standing there In her young beauty, with
the wniiu light on her golden hntr and I
deeper light in her wondrous eyes.
Would ulic ever know why he was silent
fr a moment and shunned bor cloudless,
"I suppose," be laid, after Unit pause,
"that, though lima Is the youngest here,
he must becomnmudorof tho expedition,
as ihe is tho stranger. You all know the
Court a well as perhapi better than I
do. Mis Durnford tells mn ilm would
prefer to remain here for a little, and then
Intends to itecr for the conservatories,
where Wllklm will be a Miperlor guldo to
myicir, for I am the worst of flnrleiiltur.
Ists. So, limit, where Is It to be first for
If ma hesitated; and then she said
"I am sure to like It all" thinking thnt
perhaps Sir Philip would not like to Koto
the picture-galleries, which alio would visit
When ho was uwny again,
"Would you like to see the pleturo.cnl.
Icrlos?" asked Darrell, divining what
win in iter miuu. "ies7 This
A they loused bejore mi old Scvrci vase
In a n corridor, lie inlri
"It was very kind of you to think of me;
but I have no objection at all to tho picture-galleries.
Perlrap we bad better
commence with the one containing tho fam
ily portraits," be added, as Roland and
Roso approached, Junto having gone off
It took ionic time to reach the galleries,
there being so many things to admire and
bear about on the wny. Rut for 11 ma's
company, Roland would far rather have
been In the stables. He had not much
taste for curious carvings, statues, and
things of a kindred nature, He could not
have told the difference between the Rn.
nahsance and any other period, any more
than be could have assigned a painting to
any given gchool. Sir Philip however had
it all at his Unger's-ends, and lima seemed
in her glory; but lu her heart she felt
more and more, as she went on, that this
grand place was not a home, A shadow
seemed to hangover it. Sir Philip was
proud of tho Court; ho loved it passion
ately in a way, but not a word passed his
lips such a would have been natural for
lis muster, in the flower of his manhood,
indicating that be regarded It as an ubld- v
ing-plaee. 'or had it an air of home
Everything was redolent of the past. II.
ma felt as if she were back in tho middle
ages, A laugh sounded odd and harsh, a
common placo speech seemed out of char,
acter. If Sir Philip had called her "fair
maiden" and "thee'd" and "thou'd," alio
would hardly have been surprised. He in.
deed was suitably framed; but Roland and
Rose looked painfully out of place timid
such surroundings. Y et linn wished she
could see one room that looked as if it had
been lived In within the last hundred
years, as if children had ever played there
or young girls dreamed there. What a
grand, bright, happy home this in I lit be,
but for the heavy curse that lay ou it like a
The picture-galleries, Sir Philip told his
youngest guest, occupied the whole of
what was called Sir Damiau's wing, ha v.
ing been built by that lord in the lour,
"1 dare say," said Sir Philip, as be open,
ed the doors of the portrait-gallery, "you
Will desire to take a mere general survey
to-day, as you will have so many opportu
nities' of seeing all that is to lie seen; tint
don'i let ine hurry you. 1 only want you
to take your own time and pleasure-"
To be Continued
. Mrs. CroinU'h ailvcrtiseHl for a ft-rr-tni.
and on one appearing whom slio
wihed to secure, U'an, in a nnim.
aVnit way, to confes Iht fault of am
T.iiiietjCt'. 15rii.,i interrupted, declar
ing. "Oeb, niaru, it's nicMi' a don't
mind a cl.mss nii-hre at all. at all."
Tb lady onaed this treasure forth
with, but slurtiv found that :w!!el to
ciip&liility w as a will to do as
ed, :a cppoUion to the niitn.
in; hf-T to account, the latter
demanded. "Whir do von not
direct inr' "Sure, I toiiid ye at lir-t
I wouldn't mind a chros u5-;hrc.ss, au'(
no more w iU I, troth."
Penurious y"iin men who o oft
fieih-ridin; 'alone obould rejn iu!t
that there is a law against olei-hiu
w iuioot Udlea.
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fAll r'armcri, MoUKu, Buuiien Men, Median
ics. he, who are tired out b work or worry, anil
Lu wno remivenble wiui Uyipepiu, Kheums-J
tim, Neuralgia, or Ilowel, Kidney or Liver Com-J
r puiiiis, you cin bet nvijrorsted and cured by lump
1 liyouarowattinsaway wild CoiiMiniitiin,iJuJ
upalicm or any weakness, vou will find J'arlcrV
OingerTonic the gTutett fclood Fertilizer andthei
Best Ilealth A Ktrenirt h rtcHfnrer toil CraUse
andfariuperiorto Bitters and other Tonics, ai it J
minus up mo lyitem, but never intoxicates. 5"
ct. and$t tire.. Hfrny ft Co,, Oiemi'H, N. V.'
H 5 n o a m9 5 Z
5 S fct lb'S'S ' s
L 1 I V7 Ml
? r rr ar
V 71 CI IT
leu- tiJLa s
GREAT Gkwm DKSTltOYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Lie rn purlflnd and heal
ed, Uunureiie pre
vented aud cured.
VV'imnds healed rapidly.
Scurvy eured In bort
Teller dried lip.
Koreoru ihroat It is a
Elt ADICATE D
Hlrk rooms purified and
Kwvured and eilck per.
sons relieved ami ro
fresncd bv linthliiR
Kluld added to the
Soft white eomplexlona
seen red by lta use lu
Impure sir mido harm,
lens and pliritled by
To purity the trust h,
rlean.o Ibe teeth, ll
ran't be siirpasnnd.
CatHrrli relieved and
Hums telleved lustr ntly.
Kcmoven all nnplcaaant
f iMuuwB'mii a awuaii
l liuiulitlll' .loulml.
Hlilp fever prevented by
lu ce of death In tho
hntisu, It should al
ny be used about
tho eorpe It will
preven' any liuple.s
snt emvll. An anti
dote foranl" al or veg.
Oiinjferotie efilnvlus of
lick ro' inn end hospit
als removed by Its uu
Yellow fever eradicated,
In fact it Ii tho great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
MsnufACliirlng Chemists, 80LK 1'ltOl'ItlKTORS
N E U It A L G I A
It bse been srcertnliied (lint the mont Inveterate
rn.e. i!Tieur:tl!l are ctird i y Fellows' Svrnp of
llypoplu'rphitve Neto'iyis Ihe principle dis-i-s'eu
. ruilHoted. tint the pail- lit l Pind itforou
aud etroi.ic: the.ti.ni-i .Ii. Ibe blood tbe eklu heroni'
h-altbv, slid be olalt.s a lieu It-are of eijoyalile
I he nii'f natitfar.r.ry treatment of tienralsla Is bv
rtnirilieiili j: ibe nervona .v.tem. A pemou with
Hr"i,i; in-nee Bi v.-r fi.fl re from lhl"di.e.e.
T!j vir'iire of Ful )' Cnrnpoiirid;S rup of Ily
popU pint) are miti tbaiotler remedies arc sel
uom r ilred
Tbe cien.m.d for Ilvpopbo rhitce and otv,er I'hoe
phuni. rr-irat:"ti at ihe prewnt ilav, U largely
oeltie to ihe? H'l . tfei-t and sue ' fo!loiln tb
u.lr,,i.ict;nn of lliie art ce In thv Uuitcd .-'tales
I in p o r t a n t .
Should tbe LV.I'1 hme.nv diTcal., In I'M
eiiru c the ('on. pom 1 yrnp in lil-vicinitv. let him
Dot he t ul ofi .it!i an other reinrdy. beeau.e this
art c,e lm not He equal lu Ibe dieettio S f X wb;ch
II lit ree.ium'. i.ded.
NOTI-. He .a-(ii'lon of ner' n who rvenm
trend imit oilier arti'le a 'JU'l tro"d." The
Lijh-et clie. medical mi-ii In eve'j lat);e eitv,
litre it ie krjown, r connnrtid It.
Fn Saic bv a 1 Drozcletf.
Pain Cannot r-tav Whole
Illineniatlrm Is cur d by
THOM AS' F.CLF.CTUIC OIL
A lame bal k "f elibt jenre statidlni; wa positive
ly cured by f) cnt worn of
TAOMAS' KCLECTH1C OIL
Common sore throat Is rureil with one doe of
TlloMAb' LCLKcTlilC OIL.
Couybs and cold are cured by
F.CLKt TKIC OIL
All throat utid Intii; diseases arc enren by
THOMAS' KCLKCTItIC OIL.
Asthma Is cured by
Itnma stiil frostbites are relieved al onre br
THOMAS' KCLhCTIilC OIL
Alwnys iives saliMfiiction.
SdIJ liy Mctlicinu Dealvra cvurjr where,
l'rico COc. and 1
FOSTER, aiLliURS & CO., rioji'rH.
nulTiilo. N. Y.
by this aim pin water
power lureullnn may
avoid all tlio lalHir and
Injury of ilr.vinK hoi
Hewing Machine. Over
0,000 of tlie.e llaekus
Water Moti-rs, nolheliws
snd ornnineiiiiil, ailnpt
ed to all Hewliitf 1U
chine., nro now nlv,nij
wo Hire, are made for
Immehuld Hewinir Ma
elilnea. l'rlee. Ul-l ami
S'4'J.0, Aim Inrxer
Sluea for fnetnry needs
ninl for till kludaof iua
Bend for Clroular to
BACKUS WATIHI MUIOR CO., Newark, N, J
This Is tho
Most KciHioinlfitl Power Known
FOR DUIVlMi LIGHT MACHLNERY !
I lakes but little room.
It never nets nut of repulr,
H CMi ii"t blow up,
It rviiutrea no fuel. '
It tiot'ia no ennineer.
There Is no (Iclnr I no firing up no nebi s tn clean
awsyt no nvira Insurance to navi Ho repair
lug: necessary ) no ftinl bills lo pay,
sntl it alwsvs readv for use,
It i Vci'Vtif'tui.
intot Wi, Htato paper yuit taw this ud. lu.
7bk' "4rtl I I
hw NEVER FAILS.
Cured my littlo irlrl of flis. Hbe wiu alao deaf and
dumb, but It rurcO b'T. Hbe can now ulk aad hear aa
well as auyhody. I'aTaa Kota, hprlna-wattr, Wis.
TJas been the means of eurtru) my wife of rheumattirrt,
J. U. Fl ruiiKH, Fort Culllua, Col,
Made a sure cure of a ea.e of flta for my son.
. B. IUi.l. illaitsvllle, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo. nunlt(U sn4 sli k hearlaehe.
Mas. W'm. lliKSoif, Aurora, III.
Was to nicauaof curlna my wife of spurn.
Kav, J. A. F.Dia. ik-arer, Ps.
Cured me of asthma, after tnendtna over stOOO with
other iloutora. 6. II. Hoaxia, hew Albany, lad.
Effectually cured ma of riunu.
Miss Jawxtl Warii,
T Weit Van Bureo Su Clilcino. IU.
Cured onr child of fit after clven op to die by our
family phy.lnan It luv'n over ' In It hours.
llaxar Kxaa Vervllla. WarreaCo., Teaa.
Cured me c( scrulula after itirTertnir for riRht years.
AlBaar Sistrsoa, Feoria, 111.
Cured mysoa of His, after inendlna- SJ. with other
docwrs. J. W. Taossrox. t'lalbora. Mlaa.
Cnred me permanently of epl.ot!e lta of a stnbhora
character. Kit. Wa. MiBTiN,MecbaalcatowB,Md.
Cured my ton of fits, after baring; had 2, Ola eighteen
laoolha. Man. E. Fuiias. W. al 1'audam, K. I.
Cured me of cplli-MV of nine y ara' standlnf .
Urantry. ewioa Co., Ma.
rMs permaneBlly cured me of eptlepiy of many year
duration. J.wn seria. su Joarpu, Mo.
Cored me u( bruncbltl.. aohint and s-'o-r.! dehllpy.
OLtvaaMraaa, lrootuo, ublo,
itis rnred me ul uihmt. a a n-rofula of many year
auudig. i.ato Jtwtuu tovinicioa, Ky.
Cured me of Have h en well for over four years.
CUium E Ci ana. (Haku. LijualiM C'o..Mlna.
Cured a frUlid of mine who hvt u-.pe..'a very baill
HieiugLO C..vioK. Itl'U.. Fa.
Has pemueaihr ruH ui" of eiin- tvle rn.
I)vnTaeHi.r. l-i Motnea, Iowa.
Cured my w,U ,t tpil riy or V year, .tumllne
IlixavCLaaa r:rnciX Mich.
Cured my wifcol a ocri.,,i. Ulra- f tn h-ad
K. OaBi. Nurtb liupe, Ta.
Tured mv iua it Hit. He h not h.d a at for about
four an. jiuia Ivi.
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HY ALL DRUGGIST8
Or may he bad direct from n. For forfh'-r Inform a
l:oi lu' loae immn for our llluuwed Journal alvlDC
cvlkiMxs of rurea. Adiln aa
DU. at. A. RICHMOND Jk CO.,
World's Epticptle In.nmie,
ST. JOSKPH, MO
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their cxcollont reputation in
Jurod by worthloss imitations. The
Publio aro cautionod against buy
ing riastors having similar sound
ing nnmos. Soo that tha word
C A P C I N E is correctly spelled.
Aro tho only improvomont over
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth moro than adozoa
of any other kind. .
Will positively euro where other
rcmodioa will not oven roliove.
Frico 25 contfl.
Eowrtro of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
CEASL'PJY A JOHNSON
M.innf.irttirlnr; Chemists, New York.
A Ntlf 'f l(l''.)I III) V AT l.AHT. PrlceSSej;.
M LAD'S Medicated COaN ad EUNtON PLASTER.
0 RAY'S SrKClFIC MEDICINE.
TRADI MR. The (Jreat EnR-
llsli remedy, An
imtiillltiK euro for
eporniHtorrheii, I in
1'ntonev t.id all
n a a sequence
of sulf-Hbiise; ai
l,,.- ,.r ...........
Sofore Takui1:.i.ver:niirauuri;or XtikW.
dimness of vlilon. iiremntiire old aire, d many
uther illsmees ti.ul loud ui iiieaultv, fossumptlon
or a iiriiiniitttim-raTo.
ttKull urtlcilars lu onr pamphlet, whleh w
tU'siau toeimil fruv bv mall to evurvone, MTb
Hnielllc Mudlelnu la nold bv nil (lrni(lsts at $1 per
nacanve, or aix niekiines for (11, or will be sent rreo
bv mullou ruoolnt of tbe money, hv addresalnK.
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Hold la Calm bv Tau.