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TOUND AT LAST,
"I will tako this ono," sn'ul Ciertnulo
do Venn, whon slio hml iniulo Iter si.'lciv
tiin from r pilii of KiiKtor-carila on tlio
cuiiiitcr. "Don't you think it is pretty,
Mr, llorton put on lirr pliwscu anI
cxnniincd the card with a critic's oyu.
'Very prcttv," wan her answer, to
wliicli nho aiiilcd, uftur a nioniuiit'si
pause, "ami vtry Rtirxcstive!"
Miss (Jcrtrudo inailo a slight prctenuo
"Vou do not think it is too broadly
suggestiveP" nliu asked soniewhat anx
iously, for she meant to send the curd to
"Not at all!" Mrs. llorton answered.
"It will bo just the thing. I declare, if
this young sailor don't look for all tho
world like the lieutenant !''
Doesn't he? I saw that the moment
I looked at tho card. Yon can't hen tho
girl's face very well, but "
"There's where tho suggestion lies,"
said Mr. llorton with a significant
smile. "That is a happy thought, my
dear; I hope you won't let him slip
through your lingers, for ho is decidedly
the best catch of the soason."
"I should say so!" Miss (Icrtrude an
swered warmly, "He is rich as can be,
and nice in every other particular -a
brnu iilcal, in fact."
"You must manage it. my dear,"
said Mrs, llorton with emphasis.
"I don't think we are f:ir from a hap
py tlt iKHii went," Miss (lertrude observ
ed laughingly. "I have an eye to tho
main chance, Aunt Julia."
"I am glad you are so sensible," was
Mrs. Horton's reply, as they left the
store together. "There are so few girls
who appreciate, the importance of such
The conversation ended here, for as
the ladies stepped out on the sidewalk,
one of Miss Gertrude's admirers met
them, and they joined the crowd of
The following Saturday it win the
Saturday before Easter Warren Clyde
was seated in bis library before an 'open
tire, indulging in a mi.-ty train of re
A servant bad jut brought him the
mail, and among his letters be had
found an illuminated Easter-card, seal
ed in a cream-laid envelope; and ad
dreM.'d in Mis de Yeau's graceful hand
writing. "Just like her!" Warren murmured,
us he proceeded to open the envelope in
a leisurely fashion with an ivory paper
knife. "She always does the conven
tional thing does Miss Gertrude."
It was a little singular to lnvtr him
speak in that way, inasmuch as he had
!1 but made up mind to a-k Mij
Je Yean to marrv him. liu! then Wnr
ivn Civile sa ji.lT--iit frutii rii"st lie n
of his a,, and the romance of his iife
had d. ! eai-s ri-.i.
The ghost of it came back to hirn
though, as he drew this Easter-card
from i; cover. For a moment his ch k
glowed like agiri's; ade--p iluh mount
ed to his '. -toj. j.'d veiiow Lair, and
thi n left him pale as d-ath.
His ?ve- wandered from the beautiful
card before l i in to the U-d of flowing
upon the hear
cut of w 1
t t'.-etued t"
f the i a.
'.''i;..y r,-:;i'. i ...
ill. rii'ire ?i wa a sirnj.'e
who knew and --l th? f:t;r-st g
HaDicte- t.'A Yim-v. Tb-v had
piayi(iaT-s t.e'"f ie-r. tii.t had
si'oarate.f dmi.'i ail tin- ear
Warren Ladjx-nt at the naval a a.l
Afu r his era Illation triev ha l
again, and Warn-n f-.und his child, -h
love for Sybil la.-, changing intoa de p
er and a stronger pa-ion. Hut she was
the "laughter "f a gr-at shipowner, rich
and famous, while be was a humble fal
low, poor and prospectles.
It had been one of his whims, more
over, to set aide the commis-ion con
ferred upon him by the Academy, and
to enlist with a body of marines, from
whose ranks he determined to rise bv
his own exertions.
After he bad met Sybil Viney he
wished that he had not been so rash, for,
as a naval o nicer, he might have made
some pretensions to her favor. Hut it
was too late to repent the step he hud
taken, and he must wait for advance
ment to press bis suit.
Meunwhilc, tin! high sense of honor
which had always been u trait of his,
had scaled his lips. He felt that. S bil
hived him, but he would not bind 'her
by the slightest promise nr even by the
slender ties of a confession to one who.e
future was so obscured bv uncertainty.
So lie never even told her of w hat wiis
in his heart, though she must have seen
it a hundred times .shining through his
They had parted with friendly words
nothing more; but hope was strong
in Warren's heart, and be bore himself
like a hero.
During the rebellion his gallant ser
vice would in the end have secured him
an admiralty, but ho had hardly receiv
ed his commission as lieutenant ere he
lost his arm in an engagement, and was
obliged to retire.
Happily for the disabled young of
ficer, at this critical juncture,' a distant
relative beipieathed to him the whole of
a largo fortune, and Warren found un
told possibilities within his grasp.
His thoughts- at once reverted to
Sybil, whom he hoped now to win for
his wife; hut; she no longer lived in
llallieote, With a joyous heart, he
learned that she had never married; but
concerning her present whereabouts ho
could find out nothing.
Mr. Viney had lost heavily on several
government contracts for vessels, and
before the close of tho war every vestige
of his fortune had been swept away.
lie was one of those men to whom
financial ruin conies as a filial blow, and
death hud followed it shortly.
Sybil's mother had been dead for
years, nnd the young girl was left abso
lutely alone. After her father's death
she had gone away from llallieote -no
one knew whither.
It became Warren's sacred purpose
to find his lost love, and for two years
he had devoted himself to searching for
her; but, us ho had not the slightest
clue, he was bullied in every attempt,
and had gradually been forced to relin
ijuish the sweetest dream of his life.
He was thirty-live years old now, and
was still "the' young lieutenant" in
society. He hud not forgotten Sybil,
but she was to him as one of tho dead,
nnd his love was such a bootless passion
thut ho Imped to forget It In u brilliant
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882.
lniirriugo perhaps with.Miss Gertrude
All these things cumo flouting hack
to Warren on tho wings of memory as
ho held the Easter-card before him.
ll hud been just ut-this time thut ho
had parted last from Sybil. How well
lie remembered tho day and tho circum
btuiieu. She had been in tho little Hullicoto
chapel where ho had b'-en to find her.
It was a fair April day, and she wm
busy preparing tho altar for the Kastei
She had told him that she was to
superintend the decorations, and when
he went to say good-bye to her, he had
taken with him artistic cross of his
own manufacture, which ho had twined
with lilies and with passson-llowers.
If seemed like yesterday that ho had
stood before her and seen tho pleased
look on her sweet face as he held his of
fering uj) for her to admire.
And what did it mean? Ashe sat
there before the glowing tire this came
back to him with more distinctness
than a recollection. It was reproduced
on the pretty card Miss de eau hud
It may have been only a coincidence,
he thought, as his heart gave a bound
of recognition; but there was the tall
window of stained glass, through which
the rainbow-colored light fell on Sybil's
beautiful hair, and the white tinted
columns of the altar. There was the
marble font bathed in a pure rose-color,
the pile of (lowers at Sybil's feet, and ho
standing before her in his sailor clothes,
holding up the cross with a look of in
terrogation. 'That was ho- yes! And
it must be Sybil! Ho said so, though
the girl's face was turned aside, and
only a shadowy glimpse of her protile
was discern able.
It w as a beautiful picture. Warren
saw that at a glance; but who was the
artist? It must be someone who had
known Sybil, someone who had witness
ed their parting that Easter-tide.
The thoughts and suggestions that
crowded Warren's brain seemed to set
it on lire. He rose ami paced the room
with a feeling of unrest. A hundred
emotions which he had thought were
dead and buried came thronging back
to his heart at this touch upon the harp
string of memory.
"Ah. Mi-s Gertrude de Veau, your
selection was peculiarly unfortunate."
hen the bands of the cuh k were
pointing to eleven. Warren had just on
his overcoat and w us ready to go out.
The Easter-card was in his vest
pocket, but in a memorandum-book
which heVarried in his hand was written
the name' and address t the tlrra which
had reproduced . exactly this scene
from his tmforgotten past.
Can you tell me, sir.' Warren a-k-ed
of the senior partner, "who is the
author of this design? I have taken a
f.uvy to i;. and would like to know the
Uh," was. the prompt reply, "that
is one f our prize cards. tIt was drawn
by Mr. Temple."
N.nieiij.v Warren's heart sunk at this
lie ha i not know n himself of all the
hopes which he had cherished, and the
name of Mr. Teinp.e struck him like u
"Have you hi- address?" Le asked
I can get it f'jr yon." tb gentleman
anser.-i. ti.T e.'i-Lier La it, bat he
is out at pr s.-r:'"
"Wi.! ..u do rue the f3vor of send
ing it to me as oon as possible ?"
J- i .';, rr-.'l turned his steps, homeward,
his . , tilled with a deep uncontrola-
1 : w is evening when a messenger-boy
left at Un; door a card for Lieutenant
Ciyi..., on whi' ii v.as written: "Francis
Ten.;.'". -Giham-cnurt, Upstairs."
"i v, i.l goto-morrow morning," War
ren murmured. 'T must see him at
N it happened that instead of the
handsome escort which Miss de Veau
had hoped would slop fur her on Easter
morning, tin-re eatne only a basket of
llowers, "with Lieutenant Clyde's com
pliments and best wishes for a happy
While Miss Gertrude was kneeling
over the litany, brooding upon the lieu
tenant's nuu-appcuranee, Warren was
making his way in an impatient mood
t'i No. Gilluin Court.
It was an obscure and odious street;
but, in the clear sunlight, be detected
afar oil' the sign of a littlcgildcd palette,
on which the name of Francis Temple
was paintvd in script letters.
Upstairs he went, and knocked at a
door on which the same name appeared
over the simple word, "Studio."
In a moment he was admitted by a
white -haired man, w ho stooped a great
deal, nnd walked with an ell'ort.
"1 wish to see Mr. Temple," Warren
"What ditl you say, sir?" the old man
eiiiiiircd. "Excuse me, hut I am very
"I wish to see Mr. Temple," Warren
rvpe iled in a louder tone.
"Wait a moment," the old man said,
with childish trepidation. "My grand
daughter will see you."
At that instant a side door opened,
and a lady entered the room.
It seemed to Warren Clyde that tho
gates of heaven had unclosed, for it was
Sybil Viney who stood before him in
the same beauty and fairness that, had
made her his idea) in his early boyhood.
She seemed hardly n day older, though
she was a stately woman of twenty
eight. For a moment they stood gazing at
each other in speechless astonishment,
then with one bound Warren reached
"At last, my love, at, last!" he cried
oxultantly, and clasped her to his heart.
"Warren - Warren Clyde!" she mur
mured, "is it really you?"
"Sybil, my darling!" he cried, beside
himself with joy, "where have you been
hiding all these years? Oh, my love,
my little sweetheart! I have searched
for vou so long."
"1 never knew ll," she answered, "I
thought you did not care for me; for
how was I to know?"
"Not care for vou!" he said passion
ately. "Sybil, I have loved you always,
lean never love any one hut. you, my
darling. Tell me iuiekly--pn)iiiise me,
dear, after all these j curs of" separation,
you will not send me away? Will you
marry me, dearest?"
"1 made a vow that I never would
uitu-ry any ouo but you, Warren," sho
said simply. "Hut I cannot believe this
is really vou."
Then, in an eager ejaculatory. narra
tive, he told her the story of the Easter
card, and how it had brought him lo
Sybil blushed vividly.
"This is my grandfather," she said,
turning to present the feeble old man
who stood at one side looking on in pro
found wonder. "His name is Francis
Temple, and I have made use of his
identity to secure a place In the world.
It is easier for a man to get work than
a woman; and his work is always bettor
paid. So I have signed my grandfather's
name to everything 1 have executed. I
have supported both him and myself by
painting and drawing designs."
"Hlessed little brush." Warren cried,
lifting both her hands to his lips with
his oiio strong arm. "You shall paint
for pleasure now. I am rich, Sybil.
Thank God I can give you a good home,
my darling. It is waiting for you when
ever you will consent to come to it."
A month later Miss de Veau was
thrown into hysterics by the reception
of an "At Home" card from Lieutenant
and Mrs. Warren Clyde, It was rather
a shabby exchange," wasn't it, 'for the
"suggestive" card which she had scut
A Hard Place for Boys.
Life In the FtnnjyW.inia Coal Brojkcia.
It is almost impossible for any ono
who has not been an eye-witness to the
opera. ions of the mines to conceive at
what tender years the child in tho an
thracite region is put to work, or to
know, unless he has actually in his
younger days been placed in the same
condition as the thousands of boys in
the mining districts, to what pernicious
influences they are subjected, and what
evil consequences ensue. Though it
nny appear incredible, it is neverthe
less a fact that children of all ages from
6 years upward find work in the coal
breakers. and toil in dirt in an atmos
phere thick with carbon dust from daw n
till dark of every day in the week, Sun
days excepted. These little fellows earn
from lid to 45 cents per day; their labor
consisisin pickingtbeslate, rock, etc., out
i f the cosl previously crushed to small
pieces in a breaker and screened through
huge revolving screens that separate
the various sizes of coal. From this oo
etipation, asthey advanco in years, they
are promoted to mule-driving, and af
terward, when they arrive at man's es
tate, to laboring and mining, which is
the highest pinnacle that can be reached
by the toiler, whose only companions
through life are men made rough like
himself by their rough surroundings,
and whose only education is that which
he gleans from the noisome breaker and
gloomy mine.. Here is a wrong cry
ing for redress. Here is an evil that
cannot be remedied too soon, and here
is a chance tor some Garrison to point
out the fetters that enslave a portion of
humanity, and for some Lincoln to
strike from off their limbs those chains
cf servitude, and mke them free.
Oat of this community inthe northern
portion of Luzerne county, which num
bers about 2-..0 people, upward of
3,j0 boys, whose ages vary from 6 to
l' years, are engaged about the mines.
Having gone to work before tbey should
have been sent to school in most in
stances, they grow up in utter ignorance,
it is w. known that when they ad
vau eisi jean, and their labor corres
pondingly increases- in value, they get
but iittle chance to become educated.
Thus, in this enlightened age, when tho
tendency of humanity is upward and
onward, and the benefits of education
penetrating everywhere are extended to
all, society is hampend and the pro
gressive wheels of eivili.ation are clogged
by culpable ignorance. The citizen is
rendered incapable of intelligently dis
charging his duly as a citizen, and the
fact that there is a continuous supply of
material for tho demagogue to prey up
on, is a constant menace to our free in
stitutions. I have alluded to the perni
cious influences to which these liitlo
hoys are subjected. 'There are no schools
iu tlio world where more evil is learned,
nr more innocence destroyed, than in
tho coal breakers. Il is absolutely
shocking to watch the vile practices in
dulged in by those children, hear tho
frightful oaths to which they givo ex
pression, and note their total disregard
for religion or morality! Hardened by
exposure to terrible influences, il i:i hard
ly to bo wondered at that tho demon of
Molly Maguireism nnd systematized,
cold-blooded murder reared its mon
strous head from out the sinks that sur
round the mines, and maintained its
reign of terror for years. l'ilttlon letter
'o I'liildddphin i'resx.
Sealskin 8acqu.es in tho Eough,
The Alaska Commercial company's
steam schooner Dora discharged her
cargo of fur sealskin at the Heal street
wharf yesterday, tho result being that
there was more seal fur in sight at tho
water-front yesterday than is to bo met
with on any day of tlio year on Kearney
street, Tho waterfront sealskin, how
ever, does not exert that peculiar at
traction which tho Kearney street varie
ty possesses. In fact, people with sen
sitive olfactory nerves aro apt to givo it
a wide berth, for the said skins, unlike
those of Kearney street, aro not perfum
ed with musk, cologne or altar of roses,
but with sperm oil. Each skin is rollnd
up into ns small a package as possible,
Kit or being stripped off tho animal, and
salted, strong cords keeping tho puck
Hgo In shape. A gang of stevedores
was recently playing ball witU theso
packages, which were counted as thoy
left the hold of tho schooner and placed
upon tho wharf. Here men wore busy
placing tho skins into new barrels liohi
ing about fifty each. They wero fi"ain
freely salted and rammed down witTi nn
instrument similar to that used bystreet
pavers. The barrels wero then headed
tif and weighed. In this shapo they
will bo shipped to England, from whence
they will return bereft of their smell,
dyed to a dark brown, and soft and fur
ry enough to capture nny woman's
fancy and money. San Francisco
Tho population of Toinbstono, A. T.,
Is 5.3U0, twenty-four naUonuUtios bobjg
rep rcacutcd, . "
Kalamazoo, micii., Feb. 2, 1883.
I know Hon Bitters will bear recom
mendation honestly. All who use them
confer upon them tho highest encomiums,
and five them credit lor making curt-Ball
the proprietors claim for them. I have
kept them since they wero first ottered to
the pnplic. Tbey took high rank from
the first, and maintitined it, and aro more
called for than all others combined. So
long as they keep up their hiuli reputa
tion for purity Kiid usefulness, I shall con
tinue to recommend them something I
have never before done with any other pat
J. J. llAHCOCK, M, I).
An Ucgallant Swain.
Alleghany girls seldom get left, but
tho follow ing is an exception to the rule:
While the lirst half of lust evening was
drawing to a close, a feminine call for
help was heard by three young ladles
wdio were crossing Ninth street bridge
to the north side. Visions of unrequited
love willi its inevitable suicide ililted
through their minds, and it was some
time before they discovered a young
lady far below, but not in the water, not
even the appearance of having been
there. She was standing high and dry
on the rip-rap at the base of tho middle
pier, runt gave the young ladies on tiie
bridge to understand that she had been
left there in some manner, and now im
plored their aid. Not being experienced
oarswomeii they hailed a couple of
gentlemen who were passing, and who
fetched the Alleghany girl ashore in a
skill". She c p'ained first she lived on
Monterey si red, and was of good
family. The story w hich followed was
ono of courtship. Tim "young man"
iu the case had been jilted by her some
time ago, but lat e-veuing when he
usked her to accompany him and his
two lady friends for a boat ride she
went. While coming up under Ninth
stri ct brill.:"' the jilted lover struck the
current, which he saw was too much for
his ability as a rower, ami asked the
young h"ly from Monterey street to step
out on 11. e rip-rap until he Untk the other
two ashore and r. ttirned for her. Like
manv anotccr girl, she waited, but tho
faithless i!a!ian'. came not, and the
escape was as above. Sin' felt very
mucii chagrined, and told her story as
she luiijlie.' r.'.d cried alternately, but
owcil f. arlul wngeance. I itisbunjk
Absurdity Stupid and loulisli
to allow prejudice or ignorance to get the
better of good jud-ciln nt. It has been
amply shown and conclusively proven that
constipation, b id breath, dyspepsia, kidney
affections and all diseases of the liver,
stomach tuid bowels have been cured mid
cau be cured by simply t ikin,' Simmon's
Liver regulator. It is linnlees; not un
pluassnt and casilv procured so there is
no reason t i he ignorant of a true remedy.
If you suffer, you have no excuse, for this
medicine places ccrt-' relief and cure
within your reach.
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means for curing headache, liver complaint,
billiousiHsH, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tettT,salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
fortunes for Fanners and Mccbanies
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
hea'th of yourself and family. If you uro
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low Mid depressed spirits, Hnd generally
debilitated , do riot delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, mid that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance m
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc nlHiclcd with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Du. Ki.iMi's Gkkat Nkiivk Kkstuukh is
the in trvel of the tn for a'l nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to Kill Arch
Street, I 'hiladi Ipia, I'a.
Allen's llraiii food positively cures hitv
mimes, nervous debility, and all weakness
if generative organs. $1. 5 for f). All
druggists, Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, First Ave, N. Y. Hold in
Cain by lliucliiy Ilros
Tiihold nei.il them for strength; the
young want them lor atonic; the sick crave
them to gi t well ; the well take them to
remain no; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like tl.eiii us an iipetizci jeverybody
taki s Hops and Malt Bitters.
The 17. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Sellock & Co., agents, St. Louis,
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNcgloct fruquentl re
sults in nn Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syr.tps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, ami
the Throi't Troubles which Singers ami
Piiblje Speakers aro subjet.t to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they liavo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staplo
remedies of tho age. Sold at S3 cents A
box every where,
Chills and Fever.
HI ininoiia Mvcr Itexii
Inter men lireiika I lie
rlnlU and riirrina tlia
fever out ol tlu-nyatum,
ll i:uri!H whiu all ollior
K r tin. relief and euro
of Oil illnlrehiOiiK dU.
I'HM.i linn Simmon. Liy.
Tim K'K"lntor will piihli Iviily turn UiIh tu.rllite
il ii.ei.no. We iiHrrl eiiiiliiitii iilly wlul wu know to
should nut liu r"L'nril" d iia a tnlllii? ullniunt. N.
turu ilt'iiiiinili. tliu liimiiKt reno I nri I y of llji; IiiiaHh
ThiTffiiro nnslst imtiiru liy luklliK Siiiiinoiii, Uvur
lU'k'uhitor. I In liuriiii'i, mild and iffi.ctiml.
Ono or two lulilfupomifiila will rellfv nil ttia
Irinililoi. iiii'lili nt tu a Milium Male, mull nn Naunoa
Diziliifna, lirowHliiraa, HiclniiB altiir callnj;, a bit
ter bud tuntu Iu tliu iniiiiUi.
MA LAP I A.
lYri'oin limy avoid all nun. ks bv m i ni-Uiiially
Inking u dimi! uf Simmons t.ivor lti'ii!.i!ur In keru
I be Iivit in ln.'ultlij' iii'tlon.
HAD PR PATH!
ci'iiirull) urlniiii! ft .nn a disordered stomal Ii, can
lie corri'ck'd by lukinu Slinmniia l.ivur Keulatur.
J A UN DICK.
SiiiiiikiIih Live r Iti'unlut r hoiiii itiiiIIi utea thin iIIh.
imihu from Ihe Ksli in, leaving tbi : nki'i cK'ur and
Iri'c in on all iinjiiirlu.'H
Oiiiiln n Millrrttic w lib " nlie ciinti . xperieui e ru
lief when siiiiinoii" l.iver l.ecuuinr ik adiiiinMer
eil. Adillli. iilmi il.'riw; erne, b. i.eill Irmn tlila
nietllt Ine . It is lint uiipleii'iiut ; it is htiniih'M
ami I'lreellve. purely te'i lahlu.
PI ;A 1)1) Pli .V, K 1 1 )V K VS
Must nf i In- ilnn:ne ol I lie Madder ordinal"' from
thorn- ul the klilne.va. He-lore tliu actum uf llm
liver fully in., I Imlii (be kidiK-yo ui.il li',i:ili r will
Try-Take unlv the :.'eniiine, w bit It iihinys hrm du
I lie Hrnpper (he red . trnde murk nnd .'iiivjuc ol
.J.I1.ZPI P1N !t CO.,
Fur Nib; by nil ilruiri'ist".
Jill. A Lit llli.laUIll.
;ol I eriu. nieil.)
Liver & Kidney Hcinsdy
AND LL00: PURIFIER.
Tbla n.w Ke?,in!v Is compounded a-
U from the brat known curativcb, auch as
lion, ma t t,Tiaci, t,ati.ara ashman
(Sa'cied b'rk., Bnchu, Dandelion and
Sarsapa::lla, combined with an agree
eblo Aromatic Llimr.
These Remedies nt upon the Liver.
Tbey act upon the Kidneys.
They Keguluta O c liowels.
They Quiet the Neivoun System.
They Promote Diiteation
Tbey Nouriah. Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and bncrcy,
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT- r4'
TENS containing' Malt tu tract.
Ak your Iruil t"r tl m. and be ur
that the Lbel lu cn il the ( ur woidi
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large re.l letters,
CTake no other, jyj
At Wholcwle and Kcuil 1 y alldralrm.
KOCUBSTF.R 3lt:lHCIE CO.,
Rutheiter. X. Y.
; I, man i i ii ft laa tvyj-yrry'V A
Jndiaii Blood Syrup.
J !isi.',.ii. fiver His.
J films. I ever ami As'lID
Henri biseiise, liillmis.
ih'sh, N it mis lH'WIity
TIIK HKST I!K.MblV K.VOWX TO MAN !
J wclve Tlioii.sii.uil JJottlos
kSokl Since 1;0!
'I'bla Svrnp pnaa'-anei. vnried nropertle: It Him
ulalm tliu plyallne In the "Hilvu. bii'li i iiiivt rt
I he larch and aiiinir uf Urn fund In'u i;!nceHn. A
deflcletii y in plyaliliu raunea will. I and sotirijiir ol
Hie food In tbe Inmiirb. If Hie nieiht ! jb iiara
Immiilliilely after ftliir, Hie fernniiiUilun ol 1.x il
It nets upon the 1,1 v r,l
It acts iiiiiu the Kidneys,
It Iti'Klllati'S tbe Unwell,
It. Purifies Ids llloo.l.
II Val''t the .Nervous System,
It I'milloti'S IMcesllnll,
It Nourishes, Strencilii us ami Invlcoratcs,
It Carriesiiff tlie Old I'looil mnl nuiki". New.
It 0'iiN tin. I'ori's nl the Skin itii'l linbici's
It ticiitriillzc" the beredilarv Inuil, or polxim in
the blood, which t'eneriitea Srrofula, KrvHtpeliis,
ami all iniuiiier of Skin lllscan i" hiiiI lieernal bu
mora. 'I'liern are no pirili. einploycil In lt iiiiiinifiu Into
ami ll i un bu taken hy the meet ilellmle Imbe.nr by
tlm ie,'cd and funble, cure oiily belli), reipilreil In nt
t u ni I , ii to illrni'loni".
(lalvn, llonry Comity, Ills.
I wim ullerlnu from hick lleailai he and I) .7.l
tmas so Ihnl I cotilil not attend lo my hoiiheliol'l du
ties, mnl a xhorl trial of Or. rlni k .liihiiiniii'i. Indi
an Wood Syrup iilVctinillv cured me,
.MRS IIKLKN HI.KINS.
Waterman Htnllnii, llnKalb Co., Il'
Till" Is lo certify that Dr ( lurk ,1 diimon's Indian
llliiuil Hvrilp has nfred me ol I'nlli In Hie Muck. It
li a vulualilu medluliiu. Mils W(iul).
Centre Hill, White Co , Alio
Thin l tn certify thai 1 wiih iiillictml with I'alpl
t it t Ion of lliu Henri for msnv yenrs I tried illiler
unt iloctnrs. wlmae iret:rlptloim tended moro to
Weaken mo than tlicy di'l In iliimlhiin, I st last
res Ived to l ry Dr. tMitrk Jolumoii Indisn lllnoil
hyiup, which proved to he a iioalllve euni-iiol U
ly curliii! tliu Heart IMsimi""', Iml also a -" Jlt'a'l
sell wbli h had bci'ii Iroubllnij m".
MllH MAUY A. NKAl,.
I wim sllllcted with btver Cun ul itltit and IyHiep.
Slaandfalli.it to (tut relief, HlHmmill imlliu miitll
rlnea Irmn our bei.t doclor. 1 eoinniemi'd imliiu
Dr. .tnhiison'i Indian lllc.art H vrtar;. mimI nliort 1 rtnl
nirini nin, T, W. HlSlNU. Mollne, III.
Tills rprllllcs Hint Mr. Cliirk .lolilisoii's tndtiiti
lllooil Svrnp lias cllecnially cured mn nl Dyspi'itsla,
Too much cannot Im said lit i praise o It.
W, K, WI.ViMMt, lledloril, Mo.
Aiwils vantii'l for Ilia snlonf tliu Indlim Illonrl
Ryrnp in overy town or vlllnita, In wliicli 1 liavu no
Kunt. I'artlculars kIvod on apjillcatlua
DHUOUIHTH BULL IT.
Ubratoryn Wast3dtt.,M.T. City.
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