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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1882.
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A hot Angust day; a dusty country
road, or rathur luno, on tbo fringo of
l)artnioor, far away from all towns or
any signs of civilization, savo nn occa
sional aluhouso. Tlio lano is narrow, n
all lanes thereabouts aro, tlio bunks
hio;li, and tho liml'es that prow alonp;
their ridea higher still, overhanging
till they meet in the centre, and so form
a perfect bower of bhade, grateful
enough to tho solitary pedestrian who
trudged steadily ouwurds, despite tho
beat of tho day a handsome young
man, with a perspiring brow, toiling up
a parched roadsido, laden with an ar
tist's sketching paraphernalia.
"Whew!" ho exclaimed, pausing a
moment to shift his easol to the other
shoulder, and lift his straw hat an in
stant from his moist curls, "this is get
Maurice Dering was a good traveler,
and was not deterred by tlio heat, dust
or distance, but for mora than a milo
the close branches had twinkled unbro
ken overhead on either side his way, not
a dwelling or glimpse of landscape to
He covered his blonde curls and m
sumed his walk. Ho intended to put
un for tho niirht at tlio next house.
... . . . . .... , i ,
110 reached it at last a low, urosw
farm-house, with cattle lowing in the
yard, and a sour-vis igeu woman gath
ering up milk-pans from a bench by tho
"Good evening, madam! Can I get
put up hero for the night?" asked Mau
rice, coming rather gladly to a stand
still nnder tho doorway, and relieving
himself of his burdens.
The woman gave him a sharp glance,
which however scorned to be satis
factory. "This ain't a public," she answered,
"but l'vo got a room I don't a.ind lot
ting. Come and look at it," ami went
The artist followed.
Mrs. Trevethick, however, instantly
disappeared beyond his sight, and he
found himself in a low, long room,
with an open lireplaeo tilled with ever
green bushes, and a swarm of (lies de
vouring a sickly baby, asleep ou a
chintz-covered sofa. The whole houo
wasjilied with the odor of boiled bacon
aud greens, ami was miilo breathless.
The young man retreated again into
the open air, and sat down on tho bench
where the uiilkpans hail beon, fanning
himself with his straw hat.
The interminable hedges had come to
an end here, and a vista of low-lying
emerald meadows and ssilverv, eiirviuir
river opened against the sunset sky.
The neat was li'iiijiered by the gath
ering dampness, bringing a sense of
refreshment and rest, which was speed
ily banished by sounds from within.
Urst came the bump and ltncrio ot a
tray of dishos set upon the table, then
an excited female voice.
"Bella! Bella! 1 say! lift that sauce
pan oil thf fro; then como an' take this
young one oil my skirts ,an lay the ta
Lie. There'j a gentleman here to sup'
per a painter chap leastways. There
Keep out from under my feet, then!
A bump, the scream of a child, tho
wailing of two children.
"Harmony, sweet harmony!" hum
med Maurice, rising and walking down
Tho open air was sweet: tho sunset
sky a magnificent gold. At the end of
tho lane was a spring, running into i
rocky basiu. urottv as a poem. He for
got Mrs. Trevethick, and strolled and
mused, watching Uie lignts and suati-
ows, and breatning tlio periume 01
whito clover and sweet-brier, until a
shriek of "Sup-p-er!" from the open
doorway recalled him to tho house.
"bupper s all ready, young man, sa
luted Mrs. Trevethick from the dusky
interior. "Wash yourself. Thero's
ilenty of water in - the kitchen sink.
Jella, you show him. Ain't got any
brush. You can shake your coat out to
Maurice's sn.ilo of amusement as he
followed these suggestions was sudden
ly arrested by tho sight of a young
face, so deadly pale and sad that in an
instant ho forgot everything else.
"Hero is water, said tlio girl called
Bulla. She had a baby in her arms,
another by the hand. "The towel is
clean," she added timidly.
She had a sweet and gcntlo voice.
"Thank you! Nevermind me. I'll
do very well now," replied Maurice,
plunging into a swimming basin of iuo
But hn watched Bella, as she sat wea
rily down upon a stool, and placing
both babies in an autiipiaied cradle, be
gan to rock them, softly singing. Tho
elder rubbed his lists in his eyes and
siputlled lustily; lint she persevered pa
tiently, until both were asleep, Then
she rose and waited ou the table.
lhere was a largo family of rough
men, redolent of the burn-yard, who
energetically devoured the meal, with
their ulbows at right-angles, plying fork
and knife alternately, on trios to and
fro between plate ami moutii, giving
either no rest until the last brimming
saucer of hot tea had "been emptied, and
the repleted eater rose and lounged out
at the door.
Maurice thanked his stars that he
was blessed with the digestion of an os
trich, us lie rose from the table of greasy
bacon, greens, ami potatoes, and hot
Ho, too, went out for a breath of
fresh air, but could hear Mrs. Treve
thick scolding Bella.
"Don't want no supperP Umph!
that's all fancy, bit right down hero
an' go to eutiu'! If you don't eat you
can't work, an' the work's got to bu
done. No appetite? Well, eatin' Ml
make an appetite. Come, ho tpiick!
There's the dishes to wash, clothes to
bo folded, bread to set. hush to chop,
fowls to get in, an' a bed made up tn
the sptiro chamber."
Maurice spent the evening under the
stars, responsive to his host's civil cf
forts to entertain ldin, and listtning
w ith inward amusement to the unso
phisticated remarks of the others con
cerning his art.
Ho learned also (.''at other ttrlist$ had
been before him, and made pictures of
views pronounced by them unexeeplion
"You jes1 go down an' seo tho mill
to-inorrow," naid his host, wanning, as
they parted. "If you don't call that a
spic-an'-span hit o' scenery, I'm mis
taken." and Maurice decided to go.
When ho reached his chamber tho
clock btruck nine, aud Ilell'i, evidently
having just reached the completion of
this, tluty, among tho manifold ones un
signed to her, lind made up tho big
feu(hor-bed, brought water and towels,
ami now stood Irresoluto ut a window,,
iv it Ii a Lird-cago in her hand.
"Mv bird, sir. I I-suppouo hu will
"What! that little thingP Not at all,"
IBs answer evidently pleased her.
"I am very glad. This is all tho
place I have to put him safe from
"Tho big. skulking black fellow in
Bella said yes, and carefully hung up
tho cage again.
The Unify, yellow ball on tho porch
stirred, removed his head from under
his soft wing, and looked sleepily at hor
with a small black eye.
"Goldy's very knowing," murmured
tho girl, watching him.
The first smile that Maurice had seen
there brightened hor cheek, and his
artist-eyo noticed that her lips were
round nnd red as cherries. How for
lorn and down-trodden she was! Ho
put a kindly hand on her short-cut,
'What pretty hair you have! Who
cuts it so short?"
"Mrs. Trevethick. It takes so much
time to tako care of it, when it gets
long," slio answered, gently, but re
moving from bis toucii witn un invol
untary air which made him wonder how
old this poor child was, and iu a mo
ment she was gone.
Ho wont down to the mill the next
day, and made up bis mind to make a
sketch of tho river there. Ho was
obliged to alter his plans to do so; but
tho testimony of his urotner artists whs
not at fault tho view was lovely be
For a day or two uetorgot everytnmg
but his work. He noticed, however,
that tho little bird in his window was
every day supplied with fresh seed and
waterand throve and sang. And dai
ly and hourly, when he was upon tho
premises, ho" heard Mrs. Trevethick
He observed, at length, a tumbler,
fresh-filled every day with carnations
and velvety scarlet "cardinal flowers,
which were placed upon tho table in
his room, making a tine bit of coler,
and wondered nt the unsuspected tasto
for beauty in Mrs. Trevethick.
At the end of tho fourth day his
sketch was completed. He was exceed
ingly pleased with it, nnd promised to
perfect from it a delightful picture.
It would prove a success to display to
his artist friends, and best of all, his
mother. Ho had a beloved mother,
who hoped all things of her only son.
There was a girl, too, with a fiingo
of golden hair abovo her delicate eye
brows, who would smile, too, if he sold
his picture at a good prico. Floronco
Athcrton liked success.
He came into tho house that day, tho
last of his stay ut tht) farm, with a light
heart, which boat more slowly at the
bound of Mrs. Trevethiek's high voice.
"Dinner won't bo ready in lime! Look
sharp an' get in the beef, nn' then peel
them potatoes. You could have got
everything going if you had liked in
half" tho time. Whatever was you a
doiti'? (jettin' a few flowers? To
stick up in that artist feller's chamber,
of course! I declare if' you wasn't six
teen years old I'd box your cars,"
Mrs. irevctluck s voice was raised to
such a pitch that Maurice wisely de
cided it best to put in au appearance,
and forthwith appeared upon tho
hardly liked to acknowledge to
himself t hat ho feared the irate wo
man would do the weak, friendless girl
a bodily injury, but instinctively ho
hastened to tho door.
"I shall be obliged to leave before
dinner, Mrs. Trevethick. Can I havo a
lunch nt half-past eleven? Just a glass
of milk, a slice of your nice brown
bread and a baked apple."
For even Maurice's sound stomach
could Lear no longer tho rank vegeta-
bits and reeking fat of Mrs. Treve
thiek's table, and lie ventured to sug
gest what his repast should be. Ho
fortunately obtained it, and thou tried
to speak a last kind word to pour
So she, poor little thing, had put the
(lowers on his tabic. She sat in a cor
ner, peeling the potatoes. Ho was
uro there were tears falling ou her
hands as the. shreds dropped from her
fingers. But sho rose ut last, wiped
them away, and put tho potatoes to
cook over the lire.
When she had put some coal on the
lire, sho sat down ou au old chair by
the health. The light struck hor young
cheek, nnd showed it deadly white. It
struck Maurice that she "would die.
Prom the bottom of his heart he pitied
her, and longed toay somethingchcer-
mg. rorUiniitely, Mrs. Irevctluck lolt
the room for a moment, and lie went to
her side: but Bella did not look up, nnd
after au instant he laid a gentle hand
on her bent, head.
"This pretty hair! Don't let Mrs.
Trovethick cut it oil' again, Bella, and I
will bring you a bluo ribbon to tio it
with when"! nunc back."
Light words, but they bcenied to
bring lifo back again to Bella. She
looked up with Btrungely.radiaut ayes.
"Are you coming back?''
"Yes;'l shall stop here as I return."
Then Mrs. Trevethick entered.
Mumico went up to the Cumberland
Lakes, und wus gone two months. It
wan a profitable Summer for him,
though a letter from his mother well
nigh made it prolitless.
"My denr boy, you will be surprised.
and I foar grieved, to learn of Flora
Athertoti's marriage to Mr. M. George.
hhi liked you I am sure; but you are
comparatively poor. Mr. St. George is
worth half a "million. They havo gone
abroad. You will experience regret, but
believe mo, Maurice, limy vvilF prove
that this was ull f r the bcM. Bullcvo
your mother who loves you."
Ho did' believe her, and wrcucht
flora Athcrton out of his heart. He
worked hard; was a litlle irruver when
he stopped nguin at tho dreary homo of
poor nine lioiia. no had brought bur
tue ribiion nnd some books, uud meant
to interest his mother In her when ho
returned to London. Perhaps sho could
invent HoniM wiiy of Jielping hrr.
"Law, Mr. Beefing! Is that youP"
oriod Mrs. Trevethick. "Though I'd
almost forgotten your name. Bella,
sue- been hick, nut mio's- better now."
Bella crept oil tho chintz-covered.
sofa a little, blonder, whito creature,
all eyes. Tho little, white face twisted
itself into a smile that brought tears to
"My child," ho said, sitting down bo
uide her aud taking her hand, "how
thin you are! how white! Ain't you
strong enough to get into the fresh
air?" looking distressfully about tho
dingy, close room?
"Law, no!" said Mrs. Trovethick.
"She's just liko a rag no help to her
self or anybody else."
And she went out and spitefully
blamniod tho door.
After nn iustant, in which Maurico
did some desperate thinking, Bella drew
a hair-pin from her hair, letting down a
bilky, nut-brown mass upon her shoul
ders. "It is not cut off," sho whispered.
Ho smiled, and praised tho gohl
But Mrs. Trovethick camo back.
lie walked to the village that after
noon, bought some oatmeal, showed
Mrs. Trevethick how to prepare it.made
his supper oft' it, with a bowl of good
milk, and then told Bella to eat ft.
"It will make her strong, Mrs. Trev
ethick." "Law! Well, I hope it will! She
don't eat nothin'j an' them that can t
eat can't work I can't keep her much
longer if sho don't get to work pretty
Maurico wondered why. What heart
less people! What a hard world sur.
rounds this young girl!
"I will stay here a day or two, Bella,
till I sec you better," he whisperod to
her, tho next morning, while she obe
diently partook of a cup of oatmeal and
She had brought Coldy down, and the
cuo-o hung above her head. Tho bird
had sulleied in a cold chamber from au
At Maurice's solicitation, she crept
out into the open air for a few mo.
nients, but tho hot sun seemed too
much for her, and she came back to the
"I'll knock a window out, and let in
some sunshine aud air, at any rate,"
The window ielded to his strong
hand, and tho balmv October bree.o
b'o .v in. This was a decided improve
ment. And certainly there was a little
more color in Bella's waxen face.-
He made n fow sketches of autumn
scenery durintr tho next few days-
spots he remembered which had need
ed the Autumnal etlccts.
On the third day, Bella had gathered
btrength to walk down the lane to see
the clorv of tho woods a wondrous
display of scarlet uud gold. She treru
bled and sobbed.
"What is it, Bella?"
She would not tell him, and he thought
she had gone beyond her strength, and
blamed himself. He walked back to
the house with her, aud Bella walked in.
A painful cry from within
"Oh, Coldy! Goldv!"
Maurice had seated himself upon tha
bench outside, but ho sprang up. A
great, black form crouched upon tho
window-.seat Herod. I here was no
time to be lost.
Tho creature was trembling with ea
Korness, his great, green eyes fixed un
crringly upon tho flash of those golden
wines, as the bewildered canary Hew
round aud round tho room. A spring,
a scream, an explosion an sunuiiane.
ous then a iiorribio cry, and nerou
fell to the ground.
"Who bus dared kill my eat?"
bhrieked Mrs. Trevethick from within
"Goldy was out of tho cage; Herod
was going to kill him. Please don't be
"That miserable canary!
1 II wring
its eck "
"Mrs. Trevethick," said
coming in. "l nm responsible. i stioi
the cat. It was tho only way of saving
Bella s bird.
"Perhaps, then," bhrieked Mrs. Trev
ethick, "vou'll tako tho. bird an' Bella,
too, off my hands, you aro so mighty
ready to'tnko up for "her!"
"1 will tako her out of vour reach in
stantly, Mrs. Trevethick, if sho will bo
my wife. Bella, will you como with
nib to mv mother?"
"Law!" breathed Mrs. Trevethick.
lie took the friendless littlo creature
lu his strong arms. One look into her
ryes of joy was enough.
.Mrs. lJering s nrown eyes openoa
wide upon the pale, forlofn girl that
her son brought to her; but when Bella
sobbed out, "I am not good enough to
1)0 his wife I know, 1 know but oh, I
love him so!" sho took her in her arms
aud kissed her.
The Oldent Goldier.
There is a soldier in P.nglund who has
been utile to obsorve iirarlv all the tiirht-
in which his nntion
lias been en
gaged since tlio present
i.. 11 . ! .. - ... S. I. ,1 .Ml
in. we is nun. wcorgo .Mcwoiianir sun
in tho service as Colonel of the Bedford
shire Regiment, and has just passed his
Mil birthday- lu the jcar of Trafal
gar - lSOo-he was un e'nsign, und 1812
miw him at the siege of Tarragona, in
Spain, Two years inter he was iu Can
ada, but gotWk to Europe for Water
loo, where he took three wounds. Dur
ing tho peace that, followed ho tilled
civil ollictm iu the colonies, and iu the
recent campaign he has taken tho lively
interest of the veteran who cuu tell
"how fields were won."
A Child's Obrintiuflg Precaution.
Borne little folks lu Bangor, Mo., who
had keen pictures of Bantu Claim itarn
ing on tho balcony of his North Polo
residence, keeping a lookout with a big
spyglass for good and naughty children,
hn'd been growing soniowh.it nnxiou on
the subject nt tlio near tippfoiich of
Christmas, when, says the ir11'7, a day
or two ago it bright-eyed midget of 4
years, who had been gently chided for
some fault, wait observed tugging awny
to remove the screen that closeda tils
need fireplace in the bltting-rooin. Just
us blie had succeeded and ateppfd upon
the hem th, her mother usked her what
she wus doing, when kIio iinively re
plied; "I'm going to ellmli up ehiiniiey
und take uwuy Nunlu's bpyghis. 1 try
to be good, but I can't all tin1 time, anil
I don't want him spying iiroutid so."
It seems that the olllcers of llio Jcn
nettu wcru not on friendly ici'iim, even
after thu ico was brokun.
When Hops nro 1.25 per lb. as now, nn
sere will yield $1,01(0 pr. fir, and yet the
best liunily medicine ou earth, Hon Bit-
tci a, cuntHiii tint sHine qusntity of Hops and
uru sold ut tho hhiho pi ice fixed years ugo,
nlthough Hops now are twenty times high
er than then. Kub-o II p, get rich iu pock
et ;use Hop Bitters ami get rich io h"ttlth.
A Very Unarming Littlo Story iu Natural
Tho great American bird is under
every condition a bird altogether, but it
usually flocks alone on Wood River, be
cause its mates are us scarce as lady
partners at a programme ball. That
eagles are birds of prey is established by
various stories iu school-readers, where
they are shown to have frequently car
ried oil' into mid-air children, lambs,
and other food ten times their own
weight, and disappeared with them into
dim space toward tliu suniuiiu of the
mountains, where they store their grub
for winter feasts. The largest birds of
the eagle species are found in the Wood
Paver Mountains, and yet no mules, nor
cows, nor people have ever been carried
away by ihem. The eagles of this
country "have often been known to omit
devouring weakly rabbits and squirrels,
and to have shown almost human kind
ness. An event which occurred at Pos
ter's ranch, above Huiloy, fully estab
lishes this trait of the Wood River va
riety. One of the ranchers saw a huge
eagle flutter over the barnyard, inter
ested in a fat turkey, and immediately
secured his rillo. The first shot broko
tho eagle's wing, und in its crippled
condition it wobbled and (lopped around
uttering screams of pain. 'I he man was
watching the result before bring again,
when he discovered another eagle com
ing from a distance. It was evidently
a mate of the lir.-t one. Liko an arrow
it (lew to the rescue, and examining tho
wound and sing its mate could not es
cape, it took hold of it by its claws and
beak ami llew to the mountain side,
where it laid down the victim of tho
The men on Poster's ranch hart; no
ticed, each day, that, the mate, carried
food to tho wounded bird regularly, and
is yet feeding it upon squirrels, rahbits.
birds and mice. Sir. Foster could kill
the two birds any day. but lias refrained
on account of the aftcctiuti displayed
between them. A 'inall Atin i i-viu ilag
will be fastened about the wounded
bird, and winii it again dies it will carry
the emblem of iK tnb'in with it to the
highest mountain peak-. !!";' lliv.r
He had been introduced tu a girl
from Boston, und tog.dher they pawed
aimlessly ihroiigh a broken-backed al
bum. A t j 1 1 shall you hang up youi
stocking?'' he inquired, as they talked
of Christmas "Sir:"e.clainied the Bos
ton girl, drawing herself up promrry
and living her quivering gla-scs lirmly
on her nose, "l"t roe never hear you
speak lo ni" again." And she swept
grandly out of the room, while the
young man went and laid his astonish
ed head against the frosty windowpaue.
"Many cssi s of (ever und ngue. dumb
ague and congestive chills, were promptly
nrres'rd ami entirely banished bv the use
of your Simmons Liver Regulator. Y tt
don't S ij half em ugh inngvrd to tho t tli
ccy of your vtlu-dile medicine in cases of
Hgue, interuiitt'tit fiver, etc. Kverv cisu
hits been nrrehte 1 ininpidi t'ely, Bdievo
me, when I sny I u.i.s a sufferer for ye irs
with the liver disease, uitd only find relief
by Using yen:1 medicine.
"R'-iikut J. WtEKs,
Bitivit, Kane Co., III."
Will you Cough when Shihh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price. 10c. 50c.
and l. - (11)
Pakmeus and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $3 to
$20 a day can be earned F"iid add re. at
once, on posts!, 1 1 L'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
1K5 and 17 Pulton street, New Wk.
Shiloh's Catirrh Remedy u
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
n 11c k leu s Arnica Salve
Th'. B.-nt tv.ilve '.n the ca.rld for Cuts,
Biuira'.s, iSoies, Ulctrs, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped llnnds. Chilbhtins,
Corns, und nil Skin Kruplions, and positively
cures Piles, It is guaranteed to give per-
fei t satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2.3 cents per box. pur silo by Gko. Ii
' True to Her Trust.
Too ir.ilch cannot be said of thcver
faithful wife nnd mother, constantly watch
In and curing for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single doty iu their behalf. Wheu
they me assailed by disease, and thu sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach mid bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, und nutliirial poiNou exterminated, she
must kimw that Klectrie Bitters are the only
sute remedy. They are tho best nnd purest
medicine iu the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Unity W.Sehuh. (1)
"Presumption begins in igornnco nnd
ends in mm." On the other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort began with
wise cautions and scientific it search, nnd
its 1 bo ends in n storing bliatterod constitu
tions nnd endowing men nnd women wit!i
health mid hfippiness. "My tormented
back," is the. 1 xelamnlmn ol more thnn ore
poor hard winking mini and woman; do
jou Know why itut hct-f It is because
your kidneys nro over-tusked nnd need
Hlrcnglhetiing, and your system needs to be
cleaned o bud humors. You need Kidney
Wort. A General Sluinpcdi'.
Never whs such a rush mnde for any
Drug Store as Is now at Hurry W. Sehuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds,
All pel sons nll'ncted with Asthma, Bron
chitis, IIoiirseiicHS, Si vera CougliP, or any
ull'iHiiun of llin ThiMnt nnd Lungs, can get
a (rial bottle ol this great Irliiedy free, hy
cullimj at above Drug 8ior. (4)
Dn. Ki.imc's GtiKAT Nehvk RitsTotticu is
the timvol of the ago for a'l nervo diseases.
AU fit' stopped free. Send to 0(11 Arch
street, Philitdclbla. Pa.
Chills and Fever.
bltatnons l.lvur Ke?u
lalnr Miou break tho
clnilii aud rurrlea (he
f. vor out ui thusyeteiu.
1 1 cures when all other
8 ck lleuiliiclie.
Y r the re!ler utd cure
nf ttila tl.flresi'lni die
ea" use Hiinniuue Lit
er ltugulatur. .
D YSI'KPSl A.
Tho KeEulali.r will liocllU.ly euro tide U.rllile
disenfo. VV'u assert iinnhatically -vhut we know to
should not hu r'k:uriU'd na a trllliiiK ailment. Na.
ture flonuinde thu inmost reunbirlty of the bo.velH.
I burulore asu'st naiiite oy iiikihu iSiinmuini I.Iv.t
Kugiilutor. it ia UannlecM, mild and euccuiul.
One or two tahlcnlionlifula will relievo all th
troubles Incident to a bilious stale, such as Nausea
Dizziness, DruwMl litre, Dlettesr ultui eating, a bit
ter hud la-tu In the mouth.
Persons may avoid all alOuks bv nrrnii,!:iil' v
taking a dose of Simmons Liver Kenul itor to kioji
lui uvur 111 ui uiuij ueoou,
generally nrlsinu fnm a uinwdtifd sluinnrh, ran
hu corrected by taking Simiuuii I.lver l'.oxuiulur.
Sluunons I.lver Hei;ulitt rtoon vradlcntce thin dia.
eae.: from the s,sti ui, leaving the skin clear and
true from nil iuqiutllies
CO I, IO.
CMldn-n eiiflWInir with colic soon exp, rl iko re
lief when bimmons Liver Hcpi'ator is administer
ed. Adults also derive urcu: hi uelll frotr, thti
niodlrtne. It la not implcm-ant; It is hariulese
and tllective. i'utelj va tublu.
1 JL AD L EI I t'c K I DN E Y
Most of iho discs. c ui the bladder originate from
those ol the k!du' . vs. lie-toru the erttou uf tho
li.ver lully and both the ktdneya und blander will
J'fVTake only the irtiiuiiic, which always, lias on
iu .' wrapper the red l trmle nmrk and sluuuture ol
J.I I. ZKI IAN Hz CO..
For sale hy al! droplets.
A week made at home by 'ha Indtts
tilous. llestnos iic. now hef re the
1 nb I ( spital not i.teded. Ve
will start vim Mm. women, bins
and cillr wanted 1. very here 'o work
lor us. ow 1 Ifei tune You rau
work In s;,r'e time, or ilvo vour whole time to the
bus nes. No other lui. Ice swill an jou i.eany
a well No or ecaii fail to tna'y en unions pay,
by engag'tln? at oiicn. Cos !y . ri tit and t rm tree
Monsv mad.- fn.t. easily, und bou nahly. Adilrese
TKl'lj .1 I (1., Aupnsta. niH'Uc.
Th'J larett. te st Slid cli a;
?! weekly In the world
(NASUVS I'API-It )
81.0(1 A YKAKTO E VKRYB 1Y
AND A i T.EE t Ui Y IOH KVEI'.Y CLl'll of 1 EN
The best s.orles, tho h -st h lu -ehold. newt aud
eurlfiiloirai defiartrueti s. tic li si i blklieu's read
itt. tno !ci religious 1!. parliuetit N4hy's Euro
peau li lte's. c'orr-su,n .ni:e iro n tho "hole, out
se e Hor.d. and core of perialt.e- loo mini r
oil" to men ton. in h'.rt the bet pup. r published
e I'll,' s. hi luiiif culumus, and all for One Uollir
a year, pustule paid Sjierlnien free in any ad
dress. :e. d a p mt.il. ULAIrJ CO. To.cd-i. U.
MO N K V M A Si 1 X C - A la'm'.a ei
rtatetneM s'lowitiL' how 1: 1 ' rra ied 1 17: in
three diy ntily $i ,n)l iu oon ye.ij at s't e rate,
by h I k ii 1 r lucrative Eul eh System of Turf ii -ecu -lati
n. Also p irtlcjla-of how each leader i an
test Iho t'tith o' the ahov Svt sa'ic Invest
ineiitk con flict- d at the coni'ii" Savaniinh and New
Orirans l!a-es, .1 icke.' 'omit, etc l'Mtii re-
ttone l week v with ch, rip" of 1' p. r rent, rrotn
winnings. Hutting on K irHsh . e-hv, the treat.
esiSy sr old lace id the world J 'I vvt.l real z
t ,' II. w th w o s.i d sfa up fo- oir Kannz
tuld.'. H CliAUbSUNi t'O .UrtlJ U' WVhiu
ton St , ( hicsio. ill.
Mriht.lMis.Li'it.Ki o.m IN J- Al I.IDJ.f; if uko
. $ tfml b.ft! frr tit t it a i.tocy f i n tm
i.'hrcrt na but, hn rtf r-i. henq nam .r U ni
air ren svidrs"! of ftff.iriRd u I'M hi. ,N Y. M Ar- h
"THE FROLIC OF THE FROGS."
Six original d stss, jn.t out, very futinr. will he
sent lo any addr"t on receipt ef 6 cer.ts in amps.
.1. I'. I.ARKIN ill ' , Biiffdo, X .
80LK .VJASrPACTL'KEilS i V
"KOUAXIVE," l..r the lu-inJry.
'7MTF.."a I'uiv Ollvv Oil Toilet S up
POUT GHAT'r WIXK
Spkf.r's Port Grape Wwy. !
POUR YEARS OLD.
'IMIIHfKI.BllliATKDNATlVKWlSB Is mflde
- I'liim thn JillfO of Him Onoito i:ape, raised In
this r.uimt y. Hn Itiviiliitibln Ionic anilstrciipth.
nnlni; prnpertiOH nro iiuaMri'iiseeil bv nuy other
Native W liiu. JJ -lnn tho lim n Juki) of INi Critpe,
protllleed llllibir Mr. bpeer's own persoillll Bllpervl
sinu, lie piuUtkatid . in ness, tiro KUnniiileed.
'i'lii vnuuest child in t imrbtk i of lis R.'iie roue
qtttilllies, suit I It o wiiuko.l Invalid usii It lo itdvuti
Inili) It Is partir.tiliirlv lietielb lnl In ,lic uued ami
il. billtBled, atitl suited lo iho nrimis itlltmnita (lint
Sneer's P. ,1. Sherry.
Thu P. .1. SltlCItlt V Is w'iio or Superior Char
lederutid art iknsof ilia rich omit lies of Hie criipe
Iromwh rn It Is miebi Kor 1'iirllv, lilcln uss, l-'U-vot
ami Mi (1 Iclnul Properties, It will lie hiiuid uu
cxcolletl. Sneer's ,T. linimly.
This liltANIlVstiitMlstitirlvi oil In Hits ffoiintr.r
litiliiitl'ar superior fur niiiillc.lnal pnttioses. It Is a
iiireilistllliiiiiin lru 'i tlm Krup". ami con inn u vn.
llaliln ineillrliial pnilierilcs. Itlm'a it.illeatn Ilii.
Vor.slm lilt') Hint nf Iho j'fi !., from wltli-h It le
distilled, Mid is In ureal favor amoiut llrl-el'iss
fittnlllea. See that tbe siC'i'.lmu of Al.l'iiKI)
NPKKR, l'Bsalc, f . J., I over tho cork ol unch
Soldi Jy PAUL SOU UTI
A.V J BV DUtWHSiTS KYItHYWll ilUt.
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Vim mrt kw-frtY.