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THE DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN: SATURDAY 'moKNINO, MAY 27 1882
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a preparation of I'mtoildo of Iron, Peruvian
6&rk and lh Plio.phalea, aaoeted Willi the
Vtret&Wu Aromatic. Kudorac'l by the Medic.
Profit hI.,ii, ami recommended lijr them for I7
ppl. Unrl l.rhllUy. t ea.! Dl.
-. Tllllly.i riuii Kroa-
Irntlnn, t nf nli'.cvnrr front Irrrrt
atntl liritnlo hill nnd Fever, ll wrve
evry purpou wluru a Tuiu I uettaaary.
lactfartiirtd by The Ir. Bartr Bc3icine Co, 8L lotii
Tin follow-In. 1 one of the very many tetlino
Dial we are rtculrt.iK dally:
emilrmm -om thr months r,o I hepan th
est if H. lltxritii'K lioii 'Ionic, upon tbe ail.
lr (if loany friend who knew It virtue. a;
avilferliifrfr.iiu (teuerul debility to suoh " extent
U al my lalior w a exceedingly burilnnsoni tome.
I atiuu of a montli itl not rtva ma much ra
L, but ou Hi contrary. u followed by In.
ereuul prostration ami nkliur chill. At till
ttna 1 ba-tfnn tut! imw of our IKON TnXTr, ftoin
liij 1 r. ,-llfl alnnMt Immediate anil wonderful
'I 'lie uld enemy r.lurn.d anil 1 found that
Piy nanrtl force a not permanently alialsd. I
fcateiiv't thri-H bolllt a of the Ton u;. Mnce oaln;
It 1 liavimii; twice the labor thai 1 ever did In the
am Uoe luring my lllnca. and with doulila the
a.., Vita tl,u traniuli nerve and vlitorof body,
hrnim(.aliiaflajiicior thought nev.r before
enjoyed. Iftlic Ionic ha not done Ui work,!
tutu uvlwlut. I ive ll the credit.
Troy,0., Jafc.i S!9. ' l'aalortlirtaUan Church.
Jile by OrugiU nd General Dealer. Ever
I . V ALU AXLE FOB
fipmliiM. Hums. rnla, BruluM, hnrt
ue. HI funintl.sm, H irr,oid
fecrra. lixilliarli. , Uradarlir, atom
lkrtjt, Aatlmia lluarrucs,
4Vr., A.C., ir,
rim p. m.Tot, d, i, Brookirn. x.t.-
'lToliirf ltw-lf tobwa uwf-Miy in our hoinn.'l
P. i. H KKTI.BVKLT, n. D..SVhvm. T.-nn.-
" nato tKKvi law ijuautitloa of KlNli'iJ JEIXHACT
in oiy j)rantlr,"
Srt. S. il. Mi'Oni), Matron. ninio of tWatltuto
rMliircu. Wo UuJltiuoat tiBt-acjoua and cto-
t aut Inn.-KiN7) S KXTRAfT In ai!1 cw.'y la
botti with tbe iiamo lilown in tb-
I If i uiinafo to et othfr artirlwi with onr
ffirwtluua. Innlj.t on barlnii Kivii'H EXTRACT
EPFnTi Htnruuxioss of roD-s EX.
HUi'T fdMIIISfcU Wim TnK tVRlSJ
A.NJJ MOST IiFXIOATK I'HliKClLEd
roll X-Al'ltV lloCXXllll.
'aaudai. 6x-..I.Kaiid fl.7&
VQMt'H r.A.v.A(r .!Urrh tuw IS
tolU t (rtara l.M
Lip alr ti
Toilet SoapClrakx) M
J1v-dlratMl I'apt'r. .
All ()i!ir.omowoi mini hiu an army of
lit 1 1'cliU
bov fiiti.-liiiii' Kii:tpiiiio;-liiilli' i lit t ivnlu
a )n)itiiii, Vi iiicii hit ships u
and scllrt for V conls.
rROVINa A FRAPP.
BY IIAKItlET ESTnER WAUNEli.
"Bornico Mdroso; yon, that'a a very
pretty nnmo; but wliat'a In a nameP"
And ftlr. WelUm, nciilor, shook his hcatl
rt-fluctivt'ly. "Tlio Idea of a young man
with plenty of money marrying a girl
without a cent! If ever I marry uguin it
will be a woman with plenty of money;
and one thing isoertaiu; you uro not go
ing to marry Unit girl with my consent,
that'rt all, mr!"
"Wo Khali get on without it. I tell
you that it Is I who will have, to live
with my wife, if I have one, so I intend
to have a voice in the matter of choos
ing." This was Guv Welton who spoke, and
be wa.s just like bis father in one re
epci't net in haviug bis own way.
'you'll make a iiretty figure taking
care of a wife without any help from
"I think I can take caro of the little
girl who loves me."
"Of course you think ko."
And then Air. Welton began to argue,
then be grew angry, nnil words between
father nnd son were hot and lively, and
neither gave way.
"You are very foolish, (luy, and
you'll regn t it some day, nee if you
don't, lint cee here; taking it for grant
ed that she U lovoly, ami all Hint. I'll
wager the deed to my new house that
she docbif t care for you in the least; it
is your money she U after. If some oth
er chap would come along with more
money than you have, your chances
would bo nowhere."
Guy (smiled. Thin last urgument of
bis father's ho thought too absurd to
give a nerious thought.
"She Iovbs me, not the wealth I may
possess. I would trust her heart against
all Ihe money that can be amassed."
"And would you bo willing to test
"1 have not doubted her vet"
"Do be sensible. Guv. I've lived In
the wjrld a great deal longer than you
have, and I Know more about women.
I never knew of many true, loving we
men, and one of them was mr mother;
but few women are to be depended on.
I have a mind to try nnd see if I can't
get ahead of you. Come, now, what do
you say? It'n all for your good. I don't
want your happiness ruined, my boy,
and if she proves as true as you think
her, I will withdraw ray objection, and
give you a deed to the new house."
"I 'should hate to have my little girl
think 1 doubted. And you will givu us
your blessing, father, when you are con
vinced that she loves me for mytflf
"Yes; when I am convinced of that,
you mnv marry her with my consent."
Mr. Welton was a tine looking man
of polished manners and great wealth,
ana altogether was regarded as a vcrv
desirable admirer by many of the fair
sex. He considered Himself a very clev
er diplomatist, and when he started to
prove Iiernieu Melrose a fortune hunter,
ne had no doubt of his ultimate success.
Kim Grove was a cosey couutry town,
. "."d it was here that Mr. Welton ca'mo
Ord' rs amounting to !5 worth.aont ttprwwfreo
oo n-oeipt of ruon',y or 1'. O. ordi:r.
a"Ova Kevt i'Awt-m.cT wmi nnrroarorora
rujAiUii'-.sa, EK.vr IHVX on Ai'iucano: io
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
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Amoiie tin: iiKMlicinal mraiiH nf arroKtinif dl
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It checks the fnrthor urciurcsa of all dicor
diTK of tli nomticli. liver mid bowels, revives tlio
vital iitiiintim. preventa and rcmi'diea chllla aud
fever. Itirrua-en Uu- activity of thu kidney, conn
toractK u tendency to riiuuin.itlH n, nnd Ik a Reim
Ino ftny and eoifico to aijed, ihllrm autl nervous
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.I'laaaitTT- Til wif r 'i n i mi nan i i
Berauw It acta on tlio MTKIt, 1I01VELS
uud KIDXti'S at tli aanm llinr.
Seoauna tt oleanaia Uiaayatum of thopolaon
oua huiuora that dovolopo In Kidney and Urt-
narr I)l.'i(iHee. UiUouanoM. Jaundlon. ConatLKl
rpauoii.ruoa, or in liiioumatlam, NauralRia,
rtorvoua UHordora aud Foraalo CompUUota.
BEH WUAT PE0PLB BA
VMffmi' n. Hlorlc, of Junction City, Ransa.
iwyi Kidney-Wort ciiivd lilm alter nKUlar l'Uy
slclant 1 1 ii' t (ji on trying for four yvuiu.
Mm, Jehn Arnail, of WaahliiKtnn, Ohio, saya
her liny w (fl.i'U ue to die lij funr prnmlnenl
phyalcliina and that ho wa afturwaixla cured by
H M. M. 11. Uonilwln. an adltnr In fhnrdon Ohio
viyahe a-aii not uieeeted to llvo, ltiifr liluU),
heyond belief, but Kidney Wort cured lilm.
Anna t.. Jarrett of Houtli Salem, N. V,, any
tlmtpi'ven vcHiHieirrerliiir from kidney trutihlen
and other cuitinlleutliiua wa ended bv the uau of
John n,fjwrenepof Jaoknnn, Tenn., snffird
for viviei f rotu liver nnd kidney trouhlia anil
aftor tuklnir "Imrn'la of other inedlehie,"
Kidney W ort made him well.
Michael Coto of Muntiromrrr Canter. Tl.
pulfned el(?ht years with kidney dlillenlly and
was iinnoiii in worn, juuiiey wort mauu didi
Constipation and Piles.
trlt la put up In Dry Vrelnhl Pona In
tin cans, ono paekaitoof whleh nmkeaali ipiarla
ofniiilleliie. AlfiOln l.lqnhl Farm, very
xntralcl, for them that oanuut readily pra
I r o!l vlth tqmil tglrtrntiu M lUtur form. M
OKI IT ATTIiit Dltt'UIIIHTS. I'itll'K, tl.Ot
nEMiS. HICIU HDSOM A Co.. Prop't,
CMH oond tho dry pomVpalil.) Bl'RUMTOI, t .
r-w i i ii ii u u
ttt."! eonipier, believing that in
to see .z .could easily, by
uch a small olace ii5-cy: m." Jo'-.-:
chance or design, make tho young"huW "i
As bo was driving through tho coun
try one driv, lie overtook a lady walking
leisurely along the mad, and asked her
to take a seat in bis phaeton, and as fate
was propitious, she iliib
"I wonder who she is; she is deuced
pretty, any way," though Mr. Weltou,
as they drove along."
He soon found out that she lived in
Elm Grove, and she being of a com
municative turn of mind he asked her
if she knew any oue there by the name
"Melrose? Why, that's my name,"
said the fair stranger.
"Hernice Melrose," he asked, inquis
itively. "Yes, sir, my name is Hornier Mel
rose. How came you to know my
nameP" asked Iierui'ee Melrose, as she
coldly regarded Mr. Welton.
"Why, you see, my friend Guv Wel
ton has spoken It so often that I feel ae
quainted with the name, at least," ex
plained Mr. Welton.
"And so you are a friend of Guy's?
He is a friend of mine also."
"Then we are both friends of Guy's.
Well, there is my card;" ami I e handed
her one on which was writtcu the name
of one of Guy's most intimate acquaint
ances. "I am pleased to know you, Mr. Ks
tey; I have heard Guy mention you of
ten. The boy seemed to regard you
"The boy! humph! The idea of call
ing her promismi husband a boy! Won
der what Guy would say if ho heard
It was a pretty cottage at which tho
lady alighted, but it was neither luxu
rious nor splendid.
"Do you live alone, Miss Melrose?"
asked Mr. Welton, politely.
"Oh, no! I live with my mother."
Of course that settled all doubts of
her identity in Mr. Welton's mind.
"And so' that is Guy's girl!" mutter
ed Mr. Welton as he drove along. "I
supposed she was a chit of about seven
teen by the way bo spoko of her; but
sho Is twenty-livu if she Is a day; and
sho called niy dignlticd son a boy. Sho
doesn't care very deeply for him, that's
plain. I don't sec how iris that soiuo
men wilHoso all the sense they over
did havo on account of sonic women.
Now I Hatter myself that I understand
tho fair sex pretty well, and all this
15ornlco Melrose's deceit is perfectly
plain to mo; but Guy is eleau bewitch
ed about her. She must bo tho same
jierson for the description ho gavo tal
lies exactly. Let's see: graceful form,
milk aud roses complexion, bluo eyes
ami lovely golden curls only sho wears
f olden braids, now that Guy isn't here,
expect tho curls made her look
younger; but in spito of boauty.I can
always see beneath tho surface, aud this
very charming Hornico hasn't lost her
heart; and yet my misguided son thinks
sho loves him."
Tho next day Mr. Welton renewed
this chatico acquaintance by calling on
some pretext at the eottago.
"Sho is kind to her invalid mother if
nho is un accomplished coquotto," bo
mused, ns he wended his way home
ward. "SI19 is tho llornicu Mulroso,
sure enough, for her mother called her
that; nnd I wonder who ISurnio is,
whom the old lady was w ishing for?"
Now that Mr. Welton had begun tho
siego he kept it up In real earnest; and
by and by ho was an almost daily visi
tor at the cottage.
"I'm half tempted to fall In love with
her myself," ha thought; "but it is too
bad for Guy, ho seemed so much in
earnest; yet it Is better for him to havo
his eves opened before it is too lato."
"V hat an agreeable) person Mr. Estey
is! And he reminds me so much of Guy,1'
said lturuice, in contemplating her ad
mirer. Nearly a month had elapsed before
Mr. Welton had matured tlio plans ho
had laid to provo tho uuwurthiness of
"I'll writo her a proposal of marriage,
and her answer shall be the convincing
proof I will take to Guy. Ah, women
aro fickle creatures!" he sighed, bj he
sealed a note to iJerniee.
It wa.s with some impatience that he
awaited her unswer; but ho had not
very long to wait, for soon it came in a
dainty pale blue envelope, which h
hastily opened and read:,
"InsAii Mil. Kb r i. v; Tho avowal contained
In your note aurprliies whllo It plpnrfoa tne, and
If you love tho unt"rljfMii as truly as you
tirijlfsa, nho will lio only ton hnjipy to accept
tho bonor you hm o ollcred hoi.
"Yours wholly, IIkhmck Mki.kofe.
"P. H, I have an I'xplBiiniioii to make which
I aiiif oroly trust will not tlmnirc your ri't'ttnl
for It. M.,r
"Well, well! What shall I do now?
If Guy were not my only child I would
just droj) the inuttor where it is, for
knowing as I do the treachery of Iter
nlee, I would give as much as Guy to
feel that she is honest. 15ut I am cer
tain she i.i older than Guy, and I should
make a more suitable husband for her.
Hut I won't marry tmy one who would
deceive mv bov; so Iiernice, you have
lost both of us'."
Mr. Welton wrote to Guy, saying ho
would leave lor homo next day, and
that ho was sorry for him; he would ex
plain when he got homo. He must call
and tell lVrnico who he was, and then
sho would understand why he went
Very beautiful was Hernico Melroso
when she received Mr. Welton that eve
ning, and slut didn't look like a deceit
ful person In her white dress and violet
ribbons. And who was the lovely girl
with her. who was tho exact counter
part of herself, only so much younger
a child almost in years?
While Mr. Welton was conjecturing
as to the identity of the beautiful creat
ure with golden curls. Ihrnice said
"Mr. Estey, allow mc to present to
you my daughter. Purnie, this is Mr.
Estev, about whom I have spoken to
"Your daughter? Ueally, I didn't
know you had a child; but allow me to
contratulate you." And Mr. Welton
gazed in admiration at tho dainty girl
"I am Mrs. Hernlce Melrose, and this
is Mi-s Hernice Melrose. When you
called me Miss Melroso,, I thought it
would be amusing to have you think I
was a young lady instead of a widow;
but had I dreamed of what I know now
1 should havo undeceived you before."
"Nothing you would do would dis
please me; and as I have deceived Tou,
wo are quits, I am Guy Welton's fath
er, aud when I gave you the wrong card
that day I thought 1 would enjoy a lit-
tl masquerade while getting acquamt--ith
rfQ v. uie watci na , 4 ,
CU i.,4l... M-.J,., T.IV-r .. .. '
"It must have uei
diamond atl'air, then,'
until now had been a mule listener.
"And you are the very dear friend of.
my son?" If you arc willing to have mo
for a father, Hemic, I am more than
pleased to have such a lovely girl for
"And now I must explain my letter
to Guy," soliloquized Mr. Welton on
his way to his boarding house that eve
ning. "What a simpleton I was to
doubt my Hernice; but love aud suspic
ion go hand in hand.
There w as a sort of worried air about
Guy next day w hen his father greeted
"Well, I suppose it is settled to your
antisf.'ietion. Is she what vou (xoeeted?"
asked Guy, impatiently.
"Ahem"! No, not precisely. You see,
Guy, you see or rather the plain facts
of the' case are, sho is a great deal nioro
than I expected, nnd I am engaged to
her mother, and it all came about in this
way. I struck a chance acquaintance
with Hernice Melroso your Hernie, I
thought her and kept up a lively flirta
tion until we got engaged; then sho pre
sented to me the sweetest girl in Chris
tondun as her daughter, Hernice Mel
rose. And now, Guy, tho house is
vours that is. if you will tako mo for a
"I'm astonished! Hut to fall in love
with persons named Hernico Melroso
seems to be a family failing, ro wo had
better shake hands on the subject."
"Say family blessing, rather," inter
posed Mr. Welton.
Farther gone than I am!" comment
ed Guy, sagely, while a hearty hand
shake ended the vexing subject name
ly, Hernico Melrose.
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(Introduction by Thj. Power O'Connor. 51,1'.)
Centuries of Knglisb oppression set forth. It do
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It ehows how the laud was counscaiea ana tne in
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Jesse Jame nelore and after death. Bnd Vi Kino
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voting men and worne3,'''?l5ilT'lJQfl.. . .
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IN TI IK, WOULD.
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PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS iMcg
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To Fa in i lies.
POST Ot'Plf'K, AI.I.KN SrillNIIH, rol'J CO. ,t,
DIXON SI'KING.S are situated In a spur of Ihe
Ozark Mniitihcns, ten miles from Golronda and
fourteen mile from Vienna, lu a beautiful valley
surrounded by high dill'. '
Thu scenery la unsurnassed and tlio wnin, I.
strong with mineral properties. No. I la strong
w.th Iron, No a with miiL'tifMia, sulphur and Iron- a
free use of thu water has proved an uiifallini' reiue
ily lor Dysp psla, Juuudtco, Liver Complaint,
hulney alloe.llons and Chron e. Olarrhoen. Aa a
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bir, being imtet, secluded and cool, free from dut
liml nios,iiitoes. bui.suu from ilrst of June tj drat
ui Lieeviooer. a, ,r,.nr i,
It alone Issues
stipnliitlng that the contract or insnraiice "shall
not bo disputed" alter It I throe year old.
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs nf death.
. Ginger, llin.hu, M.111
unike, Stilling!;!, anil
many of the bcM medi-
rlnei known am coin
Lined in Parker'a(!lni5t
'i'onic:, iiiiu a medicine
of ilk h varied power, aa
to make it ma Rrentut
Tllfloil Purifier anil tlid
Ileal Health AStrength
It cure Rheuai.iliam,
Slccpleimeai, & ditcaeaa
pfth Stoinacll. Uowefa,
H I - Lunjra, Liver (4 K idncy.
3 f nH SflfTlJ fclaentiiely different from
Tin IU.it nnni. dJ 't crfc erEtwcncrs,
Moti KttiuoiiiM Ilnlr tnMM ( other lonici. m It!
hlf. rVPT flallt. In tuliiM IkM itiw.tvInnUn 11!....!
L " 1 i j 1.1 1 . "v,vl ia,,v.,fcv i t 4 1X..VJA
Its policy 1 clear and eonclso, ami contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
.t?!;,B,llI5AD, Xi)VAi VOUnW. Compare tha
short and simple r.,rm used by tho Equitable wltb
the long and obscure coulracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other couipatneal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are '
N. 11. 800 tho many letters from policy holder
exprssslng their grntiilratlon with tkn returns from
tholr ToarriNH Savinu Fund 1'oi.ui,
Assets Securely Invested
Surphu Securely Invotl, nearly
E. A. DUHNETT. Atfent.
Oftlc,, corner l'lh and WablngtQ.
November Ul, liWl. tuJdw