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Publisher and fronrletor.
WHY I DISOBEYED ORDERS.
bV COlTTlKl KCXroN.
Mr. Singleton, t, manner of the
banking-house of Sterlhrr. Coin & Co.,
caino i' to my tltf.sk, hik! with a jileits
aut Hniilo hariTicMl mo an (-nvolntm.
"I f upmost j (iu woiiM liko your holi
day now, Frank," ho Maid. "You have
dnnlcil tht! year through without mur
muring or Hlirinkinfr from your duty,
ami tlio linn gives 3011 four wi-ek.s a
whole month, mv Ihv."
"Thank you, .Mr. Sinjrlnton," 1 said,
blushing ami niniling. "You li.-tvu been
good enough to rK-itk kindly of nus to
tho corniiuuy, 1 hoc, and 1 heartily thank
"I did not commend yon to thi'in moro
than you deserve, Frank," ho returned.
1 "C'omo Lark to your place a month from
to-day, and wo to, it that your f'-'C s
not so pah; as it in just now. I trust, you
will have a pleasant vacation." Then,
with a jilca.sant lniijrli, he aildod, "Above
all thinirs, don't fall in lovfl."
"Fall in love!" I repeated to myself,
as Mr. Singleton quietly retired U his
private room. "No, by "Jove, Frank St.
John, you must think of something ulso
than love-making fishing, shooting,
boating wandering through tlio grand
old woods that are within rille-bhot of
the dear old home, where that good,
sweet mother of mine btill lives to bless
I opened the envelope. It contained
an order on tho cashier for one hundred
"Good!' I fri'M. "I have saved a
couple of hundred during the year.
With tlfn gi-neiou present 1 certainly
ought to make tins month move hIoiij
merrily. No, Mr. Singleton," I addo'l,
"don't be afraid of nie. I.ovc h not in
my note-hook, I assure you."
And yet, no very itn-oiirKtent i hu
man nntiire, thai while I thus mused
there flitted before my mind's eye a
form that u.-ed to make my ln-art gel in
to my throat.
"Ah, J.-nnie, I sapiiii.-c vuii've forgot
ten me,'' I muniiiiri'd. "1 suppose you
have entirely ignored me, now that I
have been uh-nt from you f r nearly a
whole u-ar. Sumo other fellow, I hij
pose, U a good deal nesrer and dearer
to you now than I ever imagined myself
in your estimation. Well, nevermind,
Jennie Strong. I won't be jealous of
And yet, somehow, while I was mak
ing my preparations to return tothe na
tive nest, Jennie's sweet faee, with her
deep blue eyes, would peer into my so
My home was near Oneida Lake, and
I made hate to reach it.
The' fir.otdav of my vacation saw mo
in Albany. The aft.-rnoon of the second
in UticH. and four linii later I was in
my dear mother's arm, as happy as a
Now, mind you, I had firmly resolved
Lot to think of love, for my superior had
particularly warned me against indulg
ing in such a silly pastime; and so, just
as soon na Iliad rested, and called on
my brothers, sisters cousins and aunts,
who were not 11! the homestead, but who
were settled within a few miles of it, I
began to make grand preparations for
rod and gun work. Hut, wuuehow,
when I got into the wimhIs, the panic
Wouldn't stay long enough to be shot;
and a fur the lish, they nibbled the bait
away without so much as touching the
book. I couldn't make it out. I used
to be accounted a sure shot, and as for
fishing, why, the linny creatures were
60 glad to be caught by 1110 that they
would follow whenever 1 went on tho
"I don't know how it is, mother," I
said, before the close of the tirst week,
"hut there's no use of my carrying a
pun or fishing-rod anv longer. I can't
bhoot or hook game.'1
"O, I know the reason, Frank," cried
Margaret, the si.-ler who always teased
mo most, and who, of my near relatives,'
I eared most for. "O, I know, brother
. mine," she repeated. "What will you
. give to know?"
"Nothing," I said, petulantly. "All
I know is I can't do any thing ut homo
now as I used to do it.
"Of course not, sir," said Miss Mar
garet, with mock seriousness. "Shave
off that moustache you'ro so vain of,
with your city airs, ami tho lish will
"Tush!" I exclaimed.
"And, Master Frank," continued piy
tense, "if you will rid your mind of 0110
thought, you can bringdown wood gamo
"What do you mean?" I demanded.
"IM like to know, sir," sho retorted,
"why you hayc nevorthought of calling
on a certain personage you were so wry
'sweet on before you went to the big
city. It's my private impression public
ly expressed lhatyou'vo sonic fashiona
ble llaiue on your cards, sir, and havo
entirely forgotten poor Jennie Strong,
' to whom you vowed eternal constancy
, before you left her to mourn over her
"You'ro foolish, Maggie," I said,
"O, these young men these young
Mn.fl elm iwinf itiioiil rniulnrr lint Iiutum
lUUU. nii.J iiimiiivH, ........ ..........
upward and looking solemnly out other
great eyes. "What conceited puppies
My face was aflame.
"1 promised Mr. Singlelon," I said,
gaspingly, "before I hit him. not to fall
Maggie on hearing thin fairly crowed
villi laughter, and 1 could not help no
ticing tho quiet smile that for tlio mo
motit illuminated my mother's dark, so
"Uesido," I added, "I had supposod
that Miss Strong would not bo so fool
lull OS to reject uny ouo who paid her
duo attention simply Iwteiiiimj wo - we
were schoolmates for a time."
"Did you ever;'" cried Margaret. "I
novel'," she added, demurely.
Wo were standing on tho portico of
the bouse which overlooked the lake
while this uuintercstiiio; conversation
was progressing. Wo did not, however,
notice that the sun had suddenly dark
ened, and that the wind sweeping up
tho lake had raised the placid waters of -,
a half-hour before into turbulent waves.
Tho wind rapidly increased in vio.
lenee, and it grew so dark that il seem
ed tho night was about, to let its curtains
fall in thick folds upon the earth. The
water began to pilch ami loss at a fear
ful rate, and the long, crest-crowned
waves broke with a roar upon tho low
bench, while the trees were bent by tho
forco of the gale until their topmost
branches touched tho ground.
"(Jood heavens!" suddenly cried my
sharp-eyed sister; "look! look thereon
tho lake. See that boat. It will cap
size. Its sail is torn into ribbons, but
still tho boat is in danger. Who's in it,
Frank? , Can't you see Get the ghi.ss.
It's a woman, as I'm alive, and she'll
perish with no one to help her. O that
I were a man!"
liy this time I had the telescope to my
cyo. It was just as Margaret had Haid
a young woman, terror-stricken and
helpless, was in it at the mercy of tho
waves eiK.sed to the fury of the terri
blo tornado that now was taking up
great trees by their roots and whirling
theni into the black air. I saw the face
of tho struggling woman. One glanco
told me who it was.
"Who is it?" cried my mother and
sister together. "Is it a noighlior? It
"I will tell you in a moment nli aboi t
her," I said, as I threw off my coat and
rushed into the storin.
I hmlcd not the voices of those who
called after me entreating nie to return,
and I avoided not the debris of the land
which the whirling gale hurled ami
played with in space.
On, on 1 rushed toward the shore. I
entered the boat-house, and untying the
yawl, leaped into it, and unhesitatingly
pushed into the deep. I stood up. 'i he
wind caught the boat and drove it to
ward the middie of the lake--drove it
directly toward where 1 had seen the
boat in which was the woman. I looked
around me. The gale, had riot increased,
and it had not renewed its wild force. I
aw that which made me shudder.
Within a hundred yards of me I saw u
"My Ood!" I cried; "is she lost?"
My eves caught sight of part of a
woman's dre.-.s. Next I saw an ami, the
hand holding on the rudder of the use
less craft; then a white face turned up,
tho eyes closed. I shuddered. There
was too much repose in that face. It
reminded me of death.
I was now close upon the capsized
boat, I niiHt u.-e every effort to seize
the woman ere I was blown past her.
"Now!" I said, as I stooped and
clutched the dress.
Another moment, ami I was rods away
from the bout, bill I bad retained my
hold of the woman's arm and dress. I
gradually drew the form toward me;
then, with a irreat effort. I raised it into
the yawl. Taking it into my heart, I
passionately kissed the pale, marble-like
"Sho is dead -dead," I murmured.
"Poor child! And I so loved her, not
withstanding all I have said to the con
trary." The storm ended almost as suddenly
as it began. Carefully laying my pre
cious burthen on the lloor-of the boat. I
put the oars in the rowlocks and pulled
energetically toward the shore. I was
there met by my mother and sister.
"Who is it?" asked Margaret, as she
called to me before 1 had quite reached
Ere I could answer her, the boat
struck the pebbles of the shore. Before
its impetus could be checked, it ground
its way half its length beyond the wa
ter. "Why, it's Jennie Strong!" cried my
mother, as she looked into the boat.
"It is," I replied, as I gathered up in
my strong arms the unconscious if not
inanimate body of poor Jennie, and ran
straightway with it to lhehou.se, follow
ed by my relatives.
Precisely in thirty days from the com
mencement of my vacation I was at my
desk in the banking-house, ready for
work. Mr. Singleton greeted rue with
"You look well, Frank," he said, cor
dially taking my hand. "I see you
have obeyed my instructions. You look
brown and healthv, and with stamina
ciiough to struggle through another
"I have obeyed you in all things but
one, sir," I replied, with a smile.
"In what have you disobeyed me?"
"I couldn't help falling in love with
nn old friend, and -and marrying her."
"What, sir!" he cried; "a" lienedick
I told him quietly my littlo romanco
as I have to oti, mv reader.
We havo received a letter from a gen
tleman at Saute Fe, New Mexico, ask
ing if wo "could write a book for him,"
and how much we would charge for tlio
job, be to furnish the title. One of the
resolutions wo made on New Year's
day was a resolve not to write a book
this your. If our correspondent will sort
of reverse his proposition we to write
the title, and be to furnish the book
wo might accommodate him without
seriously fraeluringour good resolutions.
Nontdown lh -mid.
A great number of analyses and ex
periments, conducted by Mr. A. Levy,
show that grapes ripened in sunlight
contain 3.M per cent, more sugar ami
1.2:17 less adds than those matured hi
Twenty Years a Sufferer.
It. V. Tierce, M. D., Kuffulo, N. Y. : Dear
Sir Twenty years ago I was shipwrecked
on tho Atlantic Ocean, and tho cold and ex
posure caused a largo abscess to form on
each log, which kept continually discharg
ing. After spending hundreds of dollars,
with no benefit, I tried your "Golden Medic
al Discovery" and now, in lees than three
months aftor taking the first bottle, I am
thankful to say 1 am complotoly cured, and
for the first timo in ten yeals can put my
left heel to the ground. I am yours.
87 Jefferson St., Buffalo, N. Y.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 24. 1882.
A Groat Treasure Hidden Ninety Yearn,
At Dijon, the other day, aM. Chanut,
tho owner of a very old house, found be
hind a shelf in n cupboard or pantry
several boxes containing nearly lfe(i-',()
In gold. Tho money was carefully done
ff)j lu roulenx, with a card in each box
specifying tho amount it contained. Tho
theory that tho hoard belonged to M.
Louis Mou.ssicr, who occupied the houso
during the Revolution, was continued
by finding his name on I he roll of coin,
the writing agn eing with his signature
on notarial deeds, lie died In bs'lO.Ieav
ing all his property to his wife, who sur
vived him M years. At ln-r death sho
left part of her properly to a local con
vent, but the heirs of her liiiiliaud and
herself defeated the nuns in a lawsuit
over the legacy, and they will now tako
the sum jibt 'discovered. The lodging
was occupied by a lawyer named Roger,
whose cook had for years set a mouse
trap nightly on the moldering old board
hiding the treasure, and Hie tenant pre
ceding him was a rascally notary who
was sent to the galh-ys for forgery.
M.) . .
Thouands of women blei-g tho day on
which Dr. Piorce's "Favorito Prescription"
was made known to them. In all derange
ments causing backache, dragging-down
sensations, nervous and general dobility.it
is a sovereign- remedy. Its soothing and
healing properties render it of tho utmost
taluo to ladies suffering from "internal fe
ver, congestion inflamntion, or ulceration.
Mrs. Laura I lainty was reading, out in
Missouri, and at one of tho receptions
which frequently follow her reading a
gentleman was present who was able to
talk horse very lhiently, but couldn't talk
anything else. Not being able to talk
much hor-e, the litlU- lady was puzzled
how to entertain this guest, until he cas
ually mentioned that he formerly lived
in a certain Michigan city. "Oh, yes,"
she exclaimed. "I read there only a few
evenings itgo and had a most charm
ing audience." Then. she added. "They
have a very line course there." Anil
lie, delighted to find a woman who knew
something, enthusiastically replied:
"Yes they have as nice a mile track as
there is in the slate." The subsequent
silence cast, a gloom over the entire e nu
pany. Burluiijloii, bitrkr.te.
The original "Little Liver Pills" Dr.
Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," and
are extensively imitated. They cure sick
and billiims headache, l'rivate Government
stamp with Dr. Pierce's signature and por
trait mark tho genuine. J5y druggist.
A Generous Horsn.
A pair of hooei in an I'nglish stable,
whose bobtails adjoined each other,
were firm friends. ' he one which fin
. bled its hay tir.it invariably received
from tie- oiher t uuui'h to keep it busy
until both lots were consumed. Oueday
one of the horses made its way out of
its own loose box, tlio doorof which was
unfastened, ami found out a bucket of
mash w hich w as standing lu the en
trance of the stable, and, taking tho op
portunity while tho coachman was in
the loft overhead, it was helping itself
freely to its tempting contents. Tho
other horse, w hich wa. fastened to its
own loose box, caught siht of its
friend's proceedings, and uoighcd loud
ly, evidently demanding a tdiaro- for it
self; and tho servant w as astonished to
see the horse which was enjoying itself
till its month w ith the mash, and poke
its nose throiiifli the bars of the loose
box for its friend to take it from its
mouth. This w as done several times.
Out of Sorts;.
Many personpcouiplain of not feeling well;
and, though not absolutely sick or in pain,
are perpetually in a state of discomfort caus
ed by the digestive organs not properly per
forming their work. To correct tho disor
dered condition of the stomach and restore
health, take a half tablespoon of Simmons
Liver Regulator after each meal. Try this
purely vegetable cathartic, tonic and altera
tive and it will convince you that no ono
can take it and remain long unwell.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth i If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; thero is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest tothe mother, and relief and
health Jo the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, aud
pleasant to Vjio taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 12 5 cents a bottle.
Jacob Murlzolf, of Lancaster, N. Y., says :
"Your Spring Blossom works well for ev
erything you recommend it; myself, wife
and children havo all used it, and you can't
find a healthier family in Hew York state,"
-Oct. 5, 1S80. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
A Popular Tonic
KOU WKAK IAJNOH AND CONSL'Ml'TION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, 1ms ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued Bales of the article
everywhere aro the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and tcstiuumals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and hculing effects, aro in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or inning
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to he secured by the uso of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Allen's Brain Fond positively cures nerv
oubuons, nervous debility, and all weakness
of geuorutivo organs. $1. 5 for 1. AH
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
rimrmacy, 815 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
C'cmpj leafed DitieaneH.
A prominent gentleman in Cerro Gordo
County, lows, writes us that ho finds Kid
ney. Wort to be tho best remedy he ever
knew for a complication of diseases It is
the specific action which it has on the liver,
kidneys hud bowels, which gives it such
curativo power, and it is the thousands of
cures which it is performing which gives it
its great celebrity. Liquid, (very concen
trated) or dry, both act efficiently. N. II.
Journal arid Courier. ' '
An agreeable dressing for tho hair, thnt
will stop its falling, has been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this want.
Goto Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to (5 poumhi. Directions in English
and German. Price IS cents.
17 the use of Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites tho blood i j speedily vitalized
and purified, and so made capable of pro
ducing a sound mind and body.
Tim very best family midicino is
Wright's Indian Vegetible Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify tho blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
The best and cheapest car starter is sold
by Borden, Selleck & Co., Ht. Louis, Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded car. (0)
- Indian Blood Syrup.
(X11AVS HAUL I
nj PvM'i'psiu, Liver IMs
J piiii s. Kevcr hihI Awiie
Heart liNeKsi-, Hiliiiiis
ness, Nervous Debility
THE BKST REMEDY KNOWN 10 MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
SoW Since 18)0!
TLI Kvrup ptvei'fn! vnriutl lirnyerllrc It nim
ulutti tho ptyiiliiic In tliu pftllvn, which couvu.-In
th ftnrob atid nagnt of i lie fimd Into (cluccfo A
deficiency in ptyHline cnii;R wind Mid nouring ot
the fixvl In tlit- Mtomncti . If (he meilicHa - ..,.m.n
immediately uftcr eauuKi Uiu furirieutintou ul lo d
It aetii upon the Liver,.
It arts unon the Kidneys,
It KvguluU- the Bowels,
It Purities the Mood.
It Quiets tile Nervous Systun,
It Promotes Diction,
It Nourishes, Sfrenirtliens rtml Invfpnrnu-e,
It Carries oil' the Old Moml ami makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
Healthy Perspiration. .
It neural! Ken tho beroditcrv tiont, or potnon In
the Moud, which pein-rMeit Scr.jfulu. KrrilpUx,
and all manner of Skin Diiteafee and iniurnul liu
mora. There are no spirlle employe-l in Ud miinufuctitre
and it can hetakvu by theinit duHcalu hahe.or l)
the a'.;ed aud fueble, citro only liuius rt-juiied lu ut
tvlitit n to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, IU.
I Ha differing from Sick Headache and Dii.t
neM ao that I could not atterd to my huiiHctiold lu
tk. and a pnort trial of Dr. C'l irk Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup ellecluallv cnr d nie.
iMKfj. HELEN ELKIX8.
Waterman Station, IleKulb Co., Ills.
Thiff I in certify that Hr f'lurk Jiihuxon' Indian
Blond Syrup ha cured me of l'uin in tho l!:ick. II
la a valuable nicdlciiiu. Jilt VVOUD.
Centre Ulll, White Co., Ark.
Thin l to certify that I whk aflMcted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart fur many yeara I tried dithir
vnt doctoro, whore prescriptions tended moro to
weaken nie than they did to i-trenj;then. I at lact
res dved to try Dr. Clark Jolitmon' Indian Wood
Syrup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing tho Heart Dlneaau, hut aleo a Sick Head
acu which had beeu troubling nie.
I wan a'llirted with Llrer Complaint and Dynpep
nla aud failed to get relief, although unlnu meill
clncv from our hint doctor. I commenced uaing
Dr. Johncou's Indian lllood Svrin. nudaxhort trial
cured me. T. W. KlNlNG. Jloliue, 111.
Thl certlfiei that Dr. Clark Jolinon' Indian
Blond Hyrup ban effectually cured mc of Dynpepcia.
Too much cannot lie raid in irnliM of it.
W. K. WIM.VKK, liedford, Mo.
Airents wanted for the mle of tho Indlau lllood
Syrup in every town or villiij.'", In w hlch I have no
aunt. Particulars k'vcu on upplicutlon.
UHUtililST SKLL IT. -Ul'tatory
77 Wi-Ht 3d at.. N. Y.
07 EVXBT KIND OHEAfFK THAN ZVEB.
Rifles, Shot Ouna, Revolver, Ammunition!
Finning Turtle, Molnea, Net-., Knives,
itnzor, Skates. Hummock, ele.
Lar.a Illustrated Cittnlotfue 1KEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladles end Oenllemen. to engage
with us to sell several taxful Household
Artlel.'s. l'rollu lurgo Lnhnr U light.
Kxolusivo territory jjlven. No onmpoUliOU.
Terms llheml. Circulars FRKR. Address
llenltt Bauufuct'g to., Uu MH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swedish Insoot Powder Killa
IUJRB I m
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It Will thniYlllirlllv nvtnrmlnntii Piiintiitl Ant
Bed Biirts, Fleas, LI;e,Toliuvo and Cotton Worms,
Moth, eto. ItlHwiIe, sure, flennly and cheap. It
will ncn poison nnliiiuls or fowls. Hamplo pack
ages hy mall 80 cunts, post-paid. Btampa uikon.
Circular freo. Agents Wnntutl. AddruM,
J. IL JOHNSTON, Pltfabnrgh. P.
I I of all kind for sale very cheap.
lUl Catalogues free. AiMnu, RICHARD
li lift ii
S3 hmM I
o Kit i
J V lb CiO
iii3Th Cri .I.H--I I. , U f rrfni A - - r- ----J, - - - - , , --
Over 2,1)00,000 Bottles Consumed Auimally
ilds, sore throat, bronchltla, aathina, puenmonla. consumption and all
For tougha. colds.
throat, client and lunuf.
Balsam of Tolu
all diseases of i he throat, chest and Inngn,
hut it bad never been so advantageously compounded as tn tho celohrated Tolu, Kock and Kva. In ad
dlllori to its soothing Halsamic properties, it atlord-i a dllfusive stimulant and tonic, to build np th
sysiem fift.rr tho couli has been relieved.
mrVVT IT IN QUART SIZK EOTTLFS FOR FAMILY FSB, PRICE 81 0(UF1
p A TT'PiriXTf " nNl ho deceived by dealers who try to pulm off upon you Hock and Kva tn
viVU livi place of our Tolu, Kock and Kyo, which Is the onlv medicated article made
the genuine lias a private die proprietary stamunn inch bottle.
The TOLU, KOCK ami UVK CO., Proprietors, 41 Iliver fitreet, Chicago, 111.
Sold v DuuofasTs, Guoceks and Dealers Everywhere.
l uhlinhed Monthly, l"riet $3.00 prr
No. 1 (New Scrlos) Contains
Cottage, hvthu River ''intt &Chf) Dolfusi.
(Iv r the ea-Sou A Cho J. M. North.
O 11 mil Thee, Nfy Baby Kichards.
Ye Littc llirds Quartet Smart.
The Lovers' FarewellQuartet W. I).
"llright Kves Waltz Par ell.
Queen of Hearts Gavottu . PlplefelJ.
Heel and Toe (inlnp four Hands .llcnder.
New Years' Creeling I'nlka Kiicnborn.
Von Steuben's Grand March. Dressier.
A Trial Trip Not. i and i mailed post-paid,
Address: j. L.PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Cnsa
I'ianos, Lay Stats Okoans, OiTso.fi Lditioms is. Sand tor our Illustrated fries List
N KW AI) V KftTISKal KNTH.
IMPKOVEn l((JOT IlEKlt. 0
J package makes ritrallonsof a deli
cious, wholisome, spurkllnir tenineranro bev
eruge. As-k your druggist, or srnt by mail for i'lC.
C. K. IIIIiKS. H N. Dela. Ave., I'hllada.
Agents Wiinttil fbi' Hvillivnix's
IRELAND OF TO-DAY.
(Introduction byThon. l'ower O'Connor. M.l'.)
Centuries of Knglish oppression net lorth. Il de
sc ibes Iroluiid"a ruin and tho people's desperation
It shows how the land was conlinrated and the In
diiKtrles destroyed. It explulns tho Land League,
the Luuit Ai t aiid tin) Coercion It 1 1 ) . Contains ll'i
engravings and map In colors. I'rlceonly j-J per
copy Sales immeiiro. bend M)c. for full outllt
and beg, n ork at once. For full particulars, ad
dr'SJ. C. Mci'l'KDV A CO. Chicago, III.
WHAT WILL THE ftfcATHLftiBE T0-CRR0W?
Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE BAROMETER
Or STORM GLASS and THERMOMETER Combined,
f Willdetoetand Indlonta
normetly an; cIiaiik In
iinadvanco. Will tolltha
rJ i A IS cSERV
kinu 'jf storm approaoh'
inff, sad from wnai dl
rw.'tlon lnvnluaelA to
uan plan their work ao
li Saves io timiw Ita ot In
attaeliul,ihku alone is
worlb tho prloa ot Itio
coniliination. Tills STf-sl
ia ei'.dOTe1 ,f tha mnit
lotmn, ami HcinjliHo
men of thodsv to bo tho
jECT III I vTCSLSI
1 lie Thermometer and
nariimter aro put m a
nicely finished valnnt
frnniB. nitb silver-nlated
f. ;i i: .;J'.riiuniliiK. etc., mukiiur
. f ? ; ,S!ita Imaiiiifnl asm-li a
3 if S4...o.i..-..k., u-u..iii
s.S'-.tnd you a ssniiilo on'i.
'Uhver'4 rt t VOlir
plare, In stikkI onltr. on
nwiptof glnrflforlii I.
AKt'lir aro luukmg
from ib to t JO daily sol.
H .-V t isA roirryow. Urrler at oni-,
ib: A! 3ii.kIu av Kiuiri i
!. ' Si r! .Itint l.ht. liiina tn lt ttt
iSi f sm)in. hh reliants. eto.
I i "T-v ' .3 luraliiableloeverjlMsIf
til..:' 3?i 3 DM A 1 V. H. Piwtao (SUinps
1 ; Vr.Wi " 1 . ! onto taken, hut
t Jl. - . t .ndii. a nnifi.nv.1 Arvnf
ljUrwiriA--n4 minit J everywhere.
biTi.t fur (.'ireulnr sm1 t.-rms. Aililress all enters to
tLurt."' t ei tsbhelniKiit of tli" kind Intho wurld,)
Onein, IKstiiii County, N. V.
frr-ll. yuir.it'li . I'runfv "i VKepruinlv. ami umltlf
itn'tin-nr,!1'. Irn'n on k !'..( itr r, .ri.((ir.(l ('(Kr.flt nir n.
IIKH AIIK HV MOItTHI.KSM IMlTAl lONi-t
Noiw K iiuinu without our Traite-M.rk.nnd riiiina
turn uf J. A. Tool., ou back of Instrument, as btOmr,
Kvnrj' Inst niraent wnrrntiteil'Vrrcd and itttMhl.
bun ( Instrument: inehes lmiif. 3H imdiea uldiv
' II you arenot salintiednn rocelviiitf the tnstnunuuU
return it nt once and e Kill mfunu V"'ir miumy.
l'leumi state wbure yuu saw our adverlltiouieut,
0Al'cr wtuk can be made In any locality.
V'JVjjoiriethlne entirely new for agent. $5 outllt
free. . W. INtilUIIA.M CO., Ilostou, Mass-
LOST MAKHCOD RESTORED.
A viutim of j-oiithful iirmmdenefl caining I'rema.
tnri lieeay, Jfcrvons liebility. List Manhood, etc.,
livi!!:f tried in vain every kiemn remedy, has dis
cover, d a rii'ijiln Belt cure, wlucti lm iil S' ud FltKS
in hia f. liim-'iuTerera, ad-lnta J. K. flV.KY t'J,
it 1 li-.tJ'nm si.. TV. .
NKW AliVf UTIEMKNTS,
llOAUT): sfSO'J TEU WEEK, $2.00
SFKOIA L ItATKS
To Fain i lien.
roeropr.i K, am.kn hi'uinus, impb i-o. ill.
DIXtiN .Hl'lll NUS are situated In a spur of the
Ozurk Mouuta ns. ten miles from (ioleomlit and
I'otirtuen miles from Vii-nna, in a beautliul valley
siiriiiunded by high dill's.
Tho scuiiery is unsurpassed and tho wuter Is
strong with mineral properties. No.'l Is strong
w th linn, No '.' with mau'iieslH, sulphur ai:d iron- a
fr.ie use of the ati:r has proved au unfailing rouiu
ilv lor tysp psla, .laiindlou, Liver Complaint,
Kid ii".v alli-ir Ions ami t'hron c OUrrhoea. As a
si.iunii'i resort IHson Hirluga is deservedly popu
lar, being iiuiel, si'iliidod mid cool, free from diiut
and niosi'iHoes. yuiiaoii I'rmn lirst of June I llrst
uf iJocimbiir. JOS. K. LK.MKN,
Ciingcr, r.iichti. M.iir
rake, builini.T, and
ni.inynf tha best uaidi
cii known are com
bined in l'arkcr'i Cingw
lotuc, liita a nicdieiiic
ul'siKh varied powers, us
to nubs It the greatest
UlcKicI llmlicr and tho
, Jteiitun-r Krer I'seil.
It cures Rheumatism,
Sleepk-smesa, & tliacaew
of tho Ktoiiiaih, Uowcts,
Lungs Liver & Kidneys,
TIM n..t, ( ImnMt, ii.l
Mull KrmioniVsl Hair hna
llitlen, Clm;rr Fasencca
and other Tonics, aa It
never intoxicates, llucox
liiir, Nfvrt fiul. to rtntiiN liui
ft i:o., Chemlua, N. Y.
Siivli.K llnyllif n.)l. Klw.
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; j i v,V f .J f.t
II ytl H 1
tt ? W J
tit L.. : .
Has always been ono oft bo most Important
weapons wielded by the medical faculty
RL-alnst the encroach ments of Coughs, Colds.
Ilroncliltic Asthma, bore Throat. Couenmp
tion in its Incipient and advanced stage, and
onstMS ftoii-f !-. Blmt Ko, 80 .
I'd be riuttsrrlv Sonff.. ...Richards, I Xt
Oh, Gentla llirds Tenor Son.. ....Ittnaott a
Th Hmtic Lavo Doat M..Wlllia-n,
1 ha Chaps I Fm. er mix. rotccA.Krcutif f,
Three FUhers Quartet. Jfullak,
Sparkling m-aurv Walt ........ Itsrker.
I'lcture Cards Itliictte Ilehreaa,
Dnceaccto March Four Hands ...Drosilar.
Chiming Dells I'olka... Rnphaelaon.
on MCelpt of etl or fonr mnnthl for If.oo. I
Ou the Chicago. Milwaukee A 8t. Tftiil Hallway
CIIKA 1' PK1CRS, LONtt TIME.
Ami Rebates for Improvements.
For map and lull particulars, address:
Lund Commissioner, Milwaukee, wis
8)n PCH WEEK can bo made in any locality.
Something entirely new for agenta. 5
outfit free. 0. VV. 1NGKAI1AM & CO., Bolton,
VlTTTNJ Kyon want to learn Telegrv
AUUilJ IUIjII Phy in a few months, and b
certain of a situation, address Valentine Brothers,
Junesville, in. -
A DYKKTISKHS ! send Cor onr Meet List of Lo
chI e!iiMcrs. t.eo. I'. Howell & Co., 10
in-nee Htrei'ta.N. Y.
11. Eegrand Gilbert & Co
ID Broad St, New York.
Sums from and upwards judiciously invested
In stocks, r ull information renaniinn stock tians
actions mailed free; also Qinunclal report.
. Assurance Society,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
- It alone issues
stipuliUlnit that tho contract of Insurance "shall
liOt be disputed" alter It Is thrue years old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy la clear and concise, and contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. 11 rUMn vntro tioi ifipu r. .u .
short and simple form used by the Kuuitablo who,
urn uiuk nun ooscure contracts loaded flown WHO
technicalities Issued by other compameal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
N. It. See tho many letters from policy holders
exprssslnit their .ratification with th returns front
tliolr ToNI'l.NK Savinus Fumu 1'OLIt'HS.
Itoouuso ot'lta . -
linaucial Strength. .
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuvttt-d. nenrly
A. HURNETT, A ffent,
Office, corner Ulll and H'Mhlu(tOD, '
Notomber M, IK81. inJdw
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