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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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IMVAHUBLT IN AUVAKOl.
All Communication! ibould be addressed to
K. A. HUKNKTT,
A HEATHER BLOSSOM.
Duncan Stewart's young brido his
heather-blossom, as he fondly called
her, with a thought in his heart of the
modest plant whoso homo was on her
uative Scottish Moors had only boon
In London one short twelvemonth, but
her bright bloom had already begun to
fade. The air of the crowded city was
not proving to her a life-giving current,
and as her younger brothers and sisters
had all rendered up their lives victims
to a decline it is not to be wondered at
that Agnes' fading chgeks and feverishly
brilliant eyes caused sad forebodings in
the loving heart.? around her.
So when one day she exprossod a wish
to once moro behold green fields and
country sights and sounds, saying to
her friend Mollie Carruther who was
staying with her for a short visit, "I
really neliove I should once more feel
well again if I could go into the woods
and gather wild flowers with my own
"Dear Agnes!" had been Mollie's ea
ger answer, "if you will come home
with me, we will live in the woods! I
love them as well as you do? I am sure
it will make you well."
And Agnes had smiled. She would
not cloud Mollie's anticipations by tell
ing her what she well knew that her
days were numbered.
"Do you think they would be glad to
see mo at Carruther Farm, Mollie? for
I long to be tliore once more! It seems
as though all this restlessness and fever
would take to itself wings if I could
sleep again in that cool, quiet room,
with its white drapery fluttering against
the blossoming vinns. What saucy
roses those were! Do you remember
how they would peep in, and shako
down a shower of petals with every
breeze that stirred the curtain?"
Agnes and Duncan had spent their
honeymoon at Mollie's home, and it
was thus associated in her mind with
the purest happiness of her life. Mol
lie gave a glad little cry. Her own
heart was tilled with longing for home,
though she had not bremhfd it to
"Oh, Agnes, I am so pleased to hear
you express such a wish. I will write
to mother at once and tell them to meet
"I shall have to talk to Duncan lirst,
Mollie. Maybe he won't consent to my
"Trust that to nie. Here ho comes
now." Mollie Hew to meet him as he
came in, and put her arm eoaxingly
within his. "You're not a se!li-,h, ilis
cgreeable husband, are vou, Mr. Stew
art?" Duncan gazed at her smiling, roguish
face in surprise as he answered: "Why
do you ask? Has any one been saving
naughty things of me behind my back?"
"No: but Agnes thinks you may not
bo willing to let her go."
"Go where? Please explain, Miss
"Only home with Mollie," said Agues.
"I feel as though that pure air would
be like a health-giving elixir to me.
May 1 go?"
"I will givo my consent to anything,
my darling, so that I can once more see
those pale cheeks blooming again," and
he ran his hand caressingly through his
wife's fair, shining curls.
"Dear Duncan," sho murmured,
"you have been so good to your poor
little heather-blossom! You have made
earth like heaven to me."
"Have you never for ouo moment
wished that I had not transplanted you
from your home, Agnes?"
A look of peace came into his eyes
which had grown to bo strange to them
of late, as he heard Agnes' soft-spoken
but earnest reply.
"One year with my Duncan would be
better than a long life without him."
It was some time after this before the
silence was broken. Then they talked
over the arrangement for departure.
Duncan grasped at thehopoof Agnes'
health br-in-; improved at the farm, and
he promised to put his biiiness in
shape to follow them in a month's time,
and to remain awhile.
Agnes did rally at lirst, but it proved
illusive. Ono day she had but just re
covered from nn exhaustive lit of cough
inir. Mollie watched her anxiously dur
ing the paroxysm; then she left iier to
procure her a cooling drink. Sho came
with it to her bedside, anil holding the
weary head with one tender young
hand, sho held the cup to her lips with
Tho invalid drank Hiid seemed re
freshed. As Mollie laid her head ngain
upon the pillow, she looked up and said
"How good you aro tome! Kiss mo,
As the girl bent and pressed her lips
upon the white forehead, Agnes put her
arms above her elingingly.
"Now, dear," she snid, "'I have some
thing to say to you before Duncan
comes dear, good Duncan," and she
lingered lovingly over his name, "for
when wo meet again ho must stay with
me until the last. Don't turn so white,
Mollio, and don't feel unhappy about
uio. I have seen what was approach
ing for some timo, nnd all is peace with
mo. My only sorrow is to leave Dun
can. Poor boy! to wait for me so long,
and to niako mo such a lovely home,
and then to lose nio In such' n short
time! Mollie, I want to say something
to you about him. When a few years
have gono by, and my grave Is liright
with flowers, will you try and bring
happiness again into his clouded life?
Will you marry him?"
Mu'llio could control herself no long
er. "It breaks jny hoart to hear you talk
ho, Agnus! You aro too young to die!
you must livo."
"If it, distresses you so, I will not re
fer to it again. Some time, though, you
may remoiubcr my words. Mollie,
She laid Iht thin hands on I In liiiir,t.
head bowed before her. "May Heaven
bless this dearest and truest of friends.
As sho has brightened my life, may livr
own ho bright to its close. Now, dear,
go. I will try and sleep so as to look
my best when my Duncan conies."
It was sunset. Agnes wished to be
placed where sho could see the reful
gent orb in his full beauty. Her hus
band, who had arrived some hours pre
vious, lifted her in his strong arms and
laid her among the cushions in a largo
easy-ehair then wheeled her to the
She lay for a time quiet and motion
less. There was a great contrast be
tween the perfect peace of her expres
sion, and the gloom which tilled her
husband's eyes as he watched her. Ho
felt that tho'little hand resting wit hin
his own was fast slipping away from his
Suddenly her face grew instinct with
light. She pointed upward.
"Oh, Duncan! I see the sunlight on
the peaks of dear old lien Lomond no
it is the glow upon Yes! I see! I
Her head sank baek upon the cush
ions. They were white as new fallen
snow, but the sweet face resting upon
them was whiter. Duncan was alone
with his dead.
Just then the western sky was lit
with a strange glory. For some hours
tho silver-tipped 'clouds had been gath
ering for a fray, until now ono shining
summit after another lay massed in a
huge embankment across tho uzure
heavens; then the forked lightning be
gan to dart from peak to peak, while
echoing thunder reverberated from
them like the voice of warring spirits.
One terrific peal following close upon a
blinding Hash told a story of devasta
tion. A few moments later the inmates
of Carruther farmhouse were summon
ed to the spot hv an undefined fear,
which was proved to bo but too well
Agnes' pure spirit had indeed taken
its flight heavenward upon the wings of
It was Mollie's lirst experience of
death, and in the deep depression which
came upon her, her health failed.
Just at this time, when her parents'
anxiety was aroused about her, a letter
came from a sister, who had married
and lived abroad since Mollie's earnest
She wrote most lovingly of the "little
sister," and begged that she might have
her as a guest for a few years, while she
was finishing her education, promising
to place her under tho best masters.
At any other time the answer would
have been a decided "no," but fear for
Mollie's health now made it an afl?ta
tive one; and the next out-going steam
er numbered Mr. and Mrs. Carruther
and Mollie among her passengers.
Another year found Mollio alone, as it
were, among strangers, for her father
and mother had only remained for a
visit, and returned without her.
Six years later we again tako up the
thread of our story.
An expectant group await the arrival
of a steamer. A white-haired old man,
and ono who is still in life's prime, but
with lines of care and sorrow upon his
broad forehead which contradict the
story by the erect figure and dark clus
tering hair, untouched by Time's silver.
Conflicting emotions surged through
Duncan Stewart's heart as he stood be
side Mr. Carruther upon the wharf. A
day far away in the past was in his
memory one that haa heralded in a
brief season of happiness, which had
been succeeded by a long and dreary
blank. He hail been a prosperous man
as the world calls it, but all had pallet!
upon him since the love of his early
manhood had been blighted.
But a bu-tle recalled him to himself.
Mr. Carruther had looked in vain for his
little Mollie's face, and wasturning away
in disappointment when a pair of cling
ing arms embraced him.
Father," said a sweet, clear voice,
"don't you know me?"
The old man looked at the tall, bloom
ing irirl for a moment. Then ho said:
"I know your eyes, las; but I see I
have e'en lost my little Mollie for ever!
Where is she?"
"Left in Franco long ago, father;
but you am not going to love mo a bit
less because 1 am so grown up, are you?
If you are. I am going straight back
"We'll see about that, lassie; but
here is Duncan. Have you no greeting
for an old friend?"
Mollie extended her hand with a
frank smile as Duncan said a few words
Duncan was as much surprised as her
father. Strange to say it was little
Mollie, his child-friend whom he also
had expected to see. ami this elegant,
self-possessed young lady banished the
dear, remembered vision for ever.
But Mollio had not outgrown her
warm, childish nature, and Rue was
secretly hurt at her reception; though
by-the time Duncan had seen to her lug-
Eage mid rejoined them again she had
anished the unpleasant feeling aud was
chatting merrily away to lur father
about tho incidents of the voyage.
Mollio was onco moro at the dear old
homo, making it cheery with her pres
ence. Several years passed by. Duncau
made an annual visit to Carruther Vnrm
going to it as to tho aven of rest from
tho busy world. Ho and Mollie often
talked of Agnes; of her sweetness and
endearing qualities. Many wondered
that, he did not marry again, but at last
nil concluded that his heart was buried
in that daisied grave which hid Ids
Agnes away from sight.
The truth is, tho thought of another
marriage did not enter his mind. It.
would nave seemed to him like forget
fulness of his faded heather-blossom.
Hut ho was destined to bo roused from
this stato of indiflereneo.
Onco when he visited tho farm, he
found thoro anothor guest a hand
some, intelligent young man, who had
boon n fellow passenger upon tbesteam
er during Molllo's return voynge.
Duncan acknowludgod the introduc
tion stiffly, and during the evening en
cased himself in a shell of icy resorve.
Several times he found Mollie looking
at him In a wondering way. But ho
could not help his manner any more
than he could understand his now sen
sations. He had never thought of Mollie In
any light but that of a friend, and why
hottld he have this sudden savage de-
Biro to tako vounir tram v hv the
shoulders and pitch him out of the
room? Do ought, instead, to have been
pleased nt the idea of such nn unexcep
tional ullianco for his young friend.
But, liko tho hero of the story in tho
familar fable, even if ho did uot want
Mollio himself, ho found it very aggra
vating to think of her as belunginy: to
All through the night his thou gh ts
were in such a tumult that sleep did not
visit his eyelids. Ho arose early and
went to visit Agnes' grave.
But whose was that slight, graceful
figure bending over it, busy with her
loving task of decorating it with Juno's
It was some time beforo sho saw Dun
can, but at last she turned and met him
face to face.
A swift burning blush mantled her
usually calm face, as, after an instant
of hesitation, she put her hand iu his
A sudden lire leaped into Duncan's
"Mollio," ho asked, suddenly, "aro
you going to marry Framly?"
But she had conquered her momen
tary embarrassment, nnd said, quietly
"Why, Mr. Stewart, do you ask? 'Do
you think there is any neea of haste iu
such a matter?"
"No, Mollie, indeed I do not; but I
ask to set my own heart at ease. I am
sellish! I want you for myself! Will you
be my wife? 1 am much too old to "ask
you to link your bright young life with
mine, but 1 love you! I have loved you
unconsciously during all tho years
which have passed biuco you cf.me
And Mollie answered simply nnd
frankly, for it was not in her heart to
make Duncan sutler by delay in tolling
him the truth for she was no coquette.
"I will be glad and proud to be your
wife, Duncan. I have never seen your
equal in the whole wide world!"
Duncan caught her to his heart In an
ecstacy of joy.
"That is because love is in our heart
for me, my darling, and love trans
figures ih poor mortals into a sem
blance of the angels iu heaven. I nev
er thought to be so happy!"
And so Duncan and Mollie were be
trothed after nil these long and weary
years of waiting.
And thus Agnes' unselfish wish was
ut least gratified.
The following item will be of intcres
as showing the Miccessive changes ii
tlu government of the State and tin
K various divisions of this iiorthwesten
territory: " 'Timber' Woods, of Steam
boat Hock, the pioneer lawyer of Iowa
built a house near Burlington, la.
which has a queer history. At this housi
one of the children was born iu the, ter
rilory of Michigan. The next chili
burn in the seifsame cabin was a nativi
of Wisconsin, and the third was In thi
territory of Iowa."
A Dead Shot
may be taken at liver and billious disor
ders with Dr. R. V.Pierce's "Pleasant Pur
gative Tellets." Mild yet certain in oper
ation; and there is none of the reaction con
sequent upon taking 6overe and drastic ca
thartics. By druggists.
See a woman iu another column, near
Speer s vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spccr's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of iavalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
Sleepless nights made miserable by that
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for )ou. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (3)
American Institute on Pure Grape Wine
The IY-sideiit and a Commitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards nnd Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grope
Wine of Alfred Speer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
Muck 1011 s Arnica Salve
The Bust Salve In the tvorlu for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Iit.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2"i rents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Suiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold ley
Paul G. Schuh. ' ()'
Vou l ct, when coughs and colds aru liv
ing about liko gnats in a storm, "Dr. Sell
er's Cough Syrup" is a mrc cure.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsry's Blood Searcher."
Sold by nil druggists. Never fails.
For fifteen yeurs I have been greatly an
noyed with this disgusting disease, which
caused severe pain in my head, couliuual
dropping into my throut and unpleasant
breath. My sense of smell was much im
paired. By a thorough use for six mouths
of Elys' Cream Balm I have entirely over
come these troubles. J. B. Case, St. Denis
Hotel, Broadway and Eleventh strict,
Now Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians slate that the Port Wine that
took tho premium at the Centennial, pro
duced and offered for sale by Mr. Alfred
Speer, of New Jersey, is a wine that can
ho safely used fur medicinal purposes, be
ing pure and free from medication, and is
more reliable thnn ether Port Wines. It is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males nnd the aged. The deep color is
duo to tho iron from the brown stone slmlc
rock on which tho grapes ((row, which is
rich in Iron, For salo by4pBUl G. Schuh.
Tub most oliBtinato cases of Catarrh and
Hay Fever aro cured by the use of Elys'
Cream Balm, the only agreeable remedy.
Prioe .10 cents. Apply into nostrils with
Dii, Kmnk's Ok.kat Nkhvk RiisToitiiK is
tho marvel of the age fur all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 081 Arch
street, rhiladcloia. Pa.
MORNING, DECEMBER G, 1882.
fr-jS nX $14 ct
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
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VGlTf.!C DEIT CO., MARSHALL, KiCH.
(!hiii.f !lt'n iu- -ui'-l ii!niji(.t iiril-Mii; ritit'iur ni"tit'iv
pMii !r m i!iu-ti'iviiMpf fin !.)-hKVJur n: ri!ni1;i.uMn
ljiirh in- 1 l -M tlie Pen-'iii of I-. mie mil ill). I it I yii too
Cnh. Id tii 1 1 mi jtcc i--iii. P vid.'ti.l-J nioiuhly. Ko
portsof i,;, n.ii, .n - ..;t en, luo iii " r. Khiue. lit nwli,
nln'iii lie, iii.!i:i-r-a-'!e. Ir.tn- eljiPlo, A rrlinlite eor
P -p. in-:!!( wfltn. 1 1 iu r ,'ei'v tiMi. frMH'inl iiii i;ii enientH,
Kvi' .m I'nrv ( in-nhir-'i.t lov. Addle-. Ii. Ii. l.liNU.iul.
xCo., i"7 i i;n i.iiuie m..cI1Ii;auo, 111.
n rio.di -. euro forall Disch.iryoa.
If RIKAHY PASSAGES
' K ' I '.;i Uli C'-'UhimoUH Ol 111
. ' i tiottio. or gnlii bv all druc-
or a-Mit tiv Kximimim on ro-
ceipLol p!., JOHN I). r.Mtt Hi HONS
l'.antt 17V .llliie.. s i.I N i': I M M ATT
OU1J. 1 ii' oiu loiiitlon this ynuur it '
l OLD FRIEND
mm mmermmmMmmi mhhmmmm.
When you tnoV the Ainorli'iin AiirU
Clllllll UI ; ymi thmiKht It JiihI ilt-nilid.
It ih now uinr' v.ilualile to ymi th.m
fvor. Ileum spcieinlly adapted tor'the
Veit. Semi Ht'l'np fer hlieolmen copy
and eo how woinlerfully the patair hua
Improved. Zfr I'rie. Sl.oO a vtr.
J.iurl h or deiinan edtil.iii. lilt A Mil-!
JLULItu., iA liroadway, .Nui Vuik
i n n.) a imntlvo renii'ilv lur in aliuvn iltaeaaa; hy Pa
',' "anils uf eanef of tha wont kind and of Ionic
MiiMlluiThnvo be.ni cured. Indeed, mi alrnnir luinv fallR
ill lleltli-il.-y, thai I will ann.l'l'WO rlOTri.KS KltflE to
ltlier with u VAI.I'AIII.B TKEATISK on tins dimaso, to
my ouUuri'r. (dvo Y,nrn nnd J', o. mldrein.
i)R, 'ft A. SLOL'l M, lb) rulUl.,KswTtiit
WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE TO-MORROW"?
If..': rwki! C
tvitnouceiir iraua Piitu,
uiunt, as Deiuw:
Weglva miller's saar-'
OW 0W WAERANTi
... - - .'
Don't buy a
tXT K". or ANY
seen mir fr.vr
can get IlKTTEtt
AT LEAST Ono
Iiik on, or order.
J. L. PETESS, 307 IT.
llSAl fi'R :1
I TV iK-if bis
?!' j l i It 1 i"
j j : i i.i
1 hose dualrlnn to make monev
on m null njilmiHliuiiiinvoBtunuti
In wrain, provlaiona and ttock
Irnioii our j.liin. Froul Ma.y Ut,
1 hm i, to ihc tiroaontdftto, on in vmt
tio iita of lf)tol tHMi.oaahiirnnt
Imvo Imioii rtmll.od and paid to In.
voatora ninmititiiiR toaovornl titnot
tho oriuinai liwuitawnt. I'MUt.
paid tlratotftvcry month, atill leav
lutf the ortKl'ial Invoatinont nmk
i . money or payulilo on iloniiuui.
I'.xoliiiiutorv circular ami auto
liionta of fund W Bent fr. We
want roHixitidllilo aitonta, who will
ri'iKirtoticrnpi and introdtica the
lduii. Liberal commiaaiona naiii.
M aJrl UiKlt. f'liloago. 111.
THE BKST trolly Mag-
azine. TWO DOLLARS.
DKMORKST'S Jlliistnfd MONTHLY.
Sold hv nil y.'w-deai.ra ard roatma-tera. fend
i wonty ( ent 'or S (.einieti ( opv to W. .1 KN
MNtjs IHi.Mi i;Ks r, I'uhitalier.' 17 Eaut Four
teenth Street, Now York.
IW The Ne Volume (19) commences with
Novemher Send VIVTY CKNT8 for thr
moniha; It will ajiiiiiy vou that you can auhncrihe
Two Do.li.rri for n jear utid lun timet lit valo
( I'Xd MF "youwatittolearnTelcRra--J1
l'A l''.v in a lew month., ami he
certain nf a situation, uildtr-a Valeutlrie UrotUure,
Jauesville, '.', i.
Hi'lid for o r Seli-ef l.i.i nlU
oal Ni -waaii.-rn ;(. 1'. H .well Pa., lit
Spruce Mri et. New ork.
yiV ADVK rtTIHKMENTS.
I A l.nnillnffT.omlnn Phya-.
Ktaii i'niiihllir na
Olileelii Now York
t.ir thn i"urM nf
Kty EPiLEPTIO FSTS.
Ir. AD. M'-"fnto (Uia nf I.fln(linl, whft ftiakM a
rlaity i( K;'i'. i v, liu-i wlthimt dittibt t'Htud u rtm j
moro enne I ("tni hv vn'hfr II vlna pt'vslr!nn. Il i-inni''fi
lit rlni'ly li- vii ii -r i "ii ulr; o li.ivu hvin i t c.ioiu of
.vr S'1 Vi'i'.rh' ftfiiiiCnijf iui'rftifftjiT cuw hv h!m. II-3
firm piih'ilnlK''' a K nn thin Olwvft-i, v 'ilrh lit) onl
with Un: ! ut of Ma woii'lwrful cuit Jt" m nn y r f.
fi-ror wlm tnnv -' t!.' ir nxjin'm nnd i. O. AJJrUi4
ikivUttf "V uioi win hi i 4 ru tip iv Mr t
Dr. A3. Uai.KoLK, ho. MJohn St., Nnw Yo l
BEV0M1 THK ItlVEU.
AWAY .M';iistiir MISMSMITI IM HELD A
Ci .'v V.'M IMi t:n. VK'.ISATUIN.
'I tell you fir. Hint they arc nut; of thu neatest
combli ati. tin evi ,irodiu ud, and tuy ixju'riuiicc of
thai BTi of ihl g haa nerii .K i-noiigh to en title
my Judgment lo nome reapecr."
"Oil, 1 duii't know, ri'itp-Mirlril the Qri-I rieakr'a
frhd.Hliha d' I, e jimii, in. tnoiiih lie didn't lake
tr.tkli Int r n in tin-milder', " hnvn iifver h.vii
able to a- e ttiiien ditl'ereucn in I' nae thin tr. 'Ihey
are all p ct:..' i:. -i . I v the ime (.i,.., and mtilo of
ah mi th mini rt i'IV ',
lli tallc. i.f wln.'ti the fun .'oln;; a friiumcnt.
took til'li.e hi Ii dialnj, M1-1.0111I, 11,, I loiij; ajjo, iu
Iho Kijii ortli f of ir. Si I'. K.ouer.-., 0.111 of thrt
lea lltw pliyriiiim of the Miile, who tollinvod up
the vein in -- ho hud inlMdticfil It mibetau
tlally in lb-u worda :
"Noun'Ufe, that ia tho ilh'marolc of a boy, or
rather of a man w hneitii r Uck-hu'i know or dootu't
care what, he hu, !h;aethinai, job call
Ibein, arc juat ni d'll- r.'iil aa the niiinn la from
ureun cheei-. Now, l-unii-nt., lotiona aud olnt
nteiitB a'e v,-r 'good Iu nion cino. for the relief
of inlti or Itilluiuiitiuti. Hut, Iu the first place they
are unclean. Th -v 11 the hands ami tho Mum,
beaide, heln ; jilwiva out of reh when thoy are
"Well, my dear donor," elyhed the traveler from
the North. ' )u' would you haver Tbla la a
wrilibed wot id :ui)l'o, and nothing ia ever at
uaim in 11 11 ia wanti -j. ioucaut siivuot
' Yu. 1 run." broke in tha doctor, thumping tha
table with bin list, can miu ut BENSON'S
CATCINU TO, Ol S I'LASTKK. I have tried it
on my patients, and 1 have tried it on niynelf for
an atttick of I'tiu.imotilu, and iu all cikc. relief bat
followed In from three to lorty el!ht houra. The
old planters are (t io roaches- the Capclno I. a
telcuraphic d fpatcti. r'or Iiimunce, lu cases of
Neuralgia, Slinculiir Hhoumatlon, I.umbsg , re
tartU'd iiolion of the Klduuia, anil "
'I t!lve it tip dootor, and in cano of need I'll buy
Henson's," .aid t'e Irnveler ileaaantly.
In Ihoceu'erof th.'n ntilnc la cut tlio word CAP
Seahtiry ii Johnson, Chemists, New York.
All Only Daug-liter Cured of
When ilouth iva lionrlv rxnected. all reinedle.
bav fal.rd, nnd I)r, II , lames was cxperlinent
Inc with the unit y i.erbi oi l alciltta. he accidHtit.
allvmado a iiiermrut 011 which cured bisouiv child
of Cun.iiinp Ion. His ehl d la n.'W iu Ibis country
and enjoying the best of henlth. He has moved t
Ibo world Unit Consumption can he positively and
permanently cured The doctor now gives his
Unripe free, onlv asklnir two three cent stamps to
pay expenses, 'i bis Ip rh also cure, muht .weats,
nausea at the Hoinai'h, and will bre ik up a Ire.h
col I In twenly-loiir honr. Addri'". Craddock
Co., lo;' Unco street, rhllndelphlii, namltig this
ami Tiii:i,no.irTi'.it )muinei,
WIIjIj TEIjIi -VOTT!
It will detect and nelicat uornu tly iuiyeiiniiio.ini lie mini Her IJIotShours
in advance It will tell whatiKiud.of aierm i Kppriuiehmit, and Iroin what
dirooi hoi III vtLlitaltlf lo iiiivlwnioi 1. l-'iii'iiirrNiiin plan their w -rk
sfoordinii U it. predictions. Hiivi'Miill ilniea ill i-iimI iu ii shik! season.
Has an si-curale tlioniiomeinr ali o '1 -I. wn:,-i- alone i wor'h tlieineeoltli
01.111l11n11ti.1n. Thititraat A'I'li Clf I II('AT(II( tendoredtvtliii
iii'nr ininiit 1'lin.K'ians, I'r'tiehs.e r C OT IN TUC UlflDI T I
and SeiBiitilUimenol thnMsy to ho Hie UCO I III IntWUhLU!
Tlia Thsrmomnter aud Himmetur tire put in a mwly nuixlied walui',1 Inmie,
ivilh silver plait'd trlinniiiiKS, stu-. luakiim P a beautiful as wall as useful or
nament, We will ssnd you : imple civ, U'livi'mifrt,', toynurplac. inao 'd
ordor, on ruoeipt of 51 1, o; sis f r JJ I A rent a ant making from iii in ('.0
dmly selling thorn. A 'rntl ooi'iinv una. Ordnr at onoe. It IU nt
MtiMT. ,1ust thetlnup to ill to farmers, mere bant, etc. lnvi.lunl.lo to
Hvurylmdy II. 8. HusUe SI imp-i tea ml 111 Kxnt oritur, lint money pre.
furred. Aeents wimieil I'vei'VM'lieee. Send for Circular and miiui.
Address all orders to I l.t 'I II I II .HU H l-.TliK U OKliS,
( l.arjjtmt futitbli.-ihntfut tit r01 faihl in tie anrto 'Osivi;ii. O.turiiii Cn..
N. . Wuretar to the M)"r, Hmiinssier, County Cleik, l irat uud Sccund
National Hank'4. or any hoieness linufii 111 Osweuo, N. V.
H'ri'e vim r hut ffn'cs, 0"intti unit Stut' ''iiiii'MirPT rettlft tv nuncu
OV'tt'r.dru t't tm ,i'ir I'ork or n fti'tTit l.'th r, tit t.nr co-l-This
III iniiMi'H lleniiiliiil mill vty I i.ul I'rearnl.
hkai hat Tin; im ui.ic sv ,utoi r rr.
I Ond Pool's Uarntneter works ns well s oie tiii-t eosis i(" Mt. Vim ran rslT
on It every tuna, CapUt'Nsa. H Knui-'Ka, Mitp "'1 nilitilii," Nan Kraiuisoo.
Jtiirottieier rucnived ill aiaid oid'T, and nmnt sii,v that l!" liinii'nent -aivca
pttrl'txit iitisfnctluu 111 aver rospm't. I' lsnr.silytunileaiMlwoiidertiillyTisap
at two dollars. tiro. II. Vausons, Al. C. It It.. Dtht'i. 1 . troll, M10U.
Pool's llaromntnrhasalrsndy saved me nuuiv tunes niii"i, in foretalluin
tha weather. It la a wonderful curiosity and iverLs tiijiiertei i'eri.
........ K .I MonniraiiN.Alilniiiikra.Wia.
ItRWARR OF WORTIII.rsS lIITTKls N..n, wenum.
and tiaualiiia ol 0. A. I'ooLon the ln.'k ut instni-
r.vory inirnimant-wHrmnira ivrrrsi ami ntiinntt. nitnyi-iinehraknic
8 4 wids. If not snt mlled uu reesninn the inntriiinent. nttiirn it at onunaml
we will rafuud your money, i'leaae state wliure you saw our sdvertuenisnk
antea for & yoars, ana aca
moanicg what it saji,
1 GOODS aud
lug from ut.
Fifth Strsat. SI. lK