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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7. 1883.
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A WICKED PLOT.
"I don't believe it I wonH believe it.
You must be mistaken. Rachel is too
modest and prudent to allow such free
dom to any man."
And Mrs. Appleby glanced defiance
and dinbclii'f at tho busybody of a
neighbor who had disturbed her seren
ity on that calm, still July evening
with a piece of intelligence most un
welcome to the thrifty and somewhat
worldly-minded old lady.
.Which appellation; however, Mrs.
Appleby would not have accepted as
properly describing her, though in
years siio numbered considerably over
fifty, and was the owner of a freehold
farm in the richest part of Yorkshire.
Sturdy, independent, perhaps a little
narrow-minded in her thoughts, and
obstinate of disposition for she had
ruled over her little domain with al
most despotic sway for nearly twenty
years, which lenrth of time niro she
vas left a w'nlow with only one child
Mrs. Appleby felt something like a
shock of horror, in spite of her avowed
incredulity, when a prying neighbor
broke in" upon her traiviiiil content
with the news that that child, her
daughter Rachel, whom she had no
long regarded as a mere girl, had been
hocu that very evening returning
through Ilalcoiubu Woods from a Sunday-school
picnic which she, as one of
the teachers, attended, escorted only by
one companion, Kciiben Haves, the
Bcluxdmastcr at Ilorton Magna; and,
what was wi-isc than all, that, at a ccr
tain secluded portion of the mad, where
probably the young pair imagined
themsehe pfrf'.M tlv :ife from observa
tion, thev were leaning closer toiri'ther
tli:u tin: exigfiicies of the path abso
lutely reiuiiod; ami Mr. Appleby's in
formant further dcpoM-d, wiiii some
thin:' of malice in her tone, that slut
distinctly saw a tweed coat-slecvc
round the waist of the modest irala-
irrs which Rachel Appleby had dmi
ned that moniin for the picnic.
It was this last abortion which Mrs
Appleby so vehemently declared uu
true: Put when her viMtor, with many
malicious condolences for the nature of
her ititel! ir nee, lunl departed, the old
lady lo.it lu-r coiitident look, and wool
have then and there taken her daughter
to task, and tdieitcd the truth from her
but that RhcIicI :is cone to rest, hav
iZ returned from tlie day's merry
making half-an-hoiir before m. lired out
that her mother had not the heart to
rouse her when she went into the irirl's
room and saw her sleeping peacefully.
"To-morrow will be time enough,'
muttered Mr. Appleby to herself, as
she turned awav and softly closed the ;
door, arid left Rachel to her slumber.
"I hope it isn't true, after all. Reuben
Hayes! Why, the man's income is only
seventy pound.-, a year! Not enough to
keep himself, let alone a wife and
And then she too, retired to rest.
Next morning, Rachel Appleby, feel
ng happy and content with life, wont
singing down stairs and into the room
where all their meals were taken.
Mrs. Appleby did not speak as her
daughter entered, and Rachel, made
wise by experience, saw by the ex
pression of her face that a hlonn was
Mrs Appleby waited until the break
fast was on the table before she uttered
a word. Then, as she took her seat
behind the coffee-pot, she jsked,
'Rachel, do you know you were seen
walking through llalcombo Woods,
yesterday, with Reuben Hayes, and his
arm round your waist?"
"I didn't know, mother," answered
the girl, who had spirit and determina
tion enough to hold her own, even
against her mother; "you might have
seen me, though, if you had looked. I
"And you arc not ashamed to confess
"Not at all ashamed to confess it,"
"If you suppose that I'll over give
my couscnt to your marrying a village
schoolmaster you're mistaken," said
Mrs Appleby; "and the sooner you send
him packing tho better I'll bo pleased."
Rachel's face Hushed.
"Reuben is a gentleman," she said,
"though ho has had his own way to
make. I honor him for his struggles to
earn an honorable living."
"It appears to mo you stand up for
him pretty earnest;" said tho widow,
with a grim smile, "lint I don't think
you are quite so foolish as to throw
Silas Vernier and a good homo like his
"Fanner Veuncr!" ejaculated Ra
chel, iu a tone of contempt. "I let him
know my inltid long ago."
"But you could get him back easy
enough,'' said Mrs. Appleby. "He'd
need only a word to . make him como
flying over hero. He's sensible aud
surowd, and you might go further and
"Perhaps," said Rachel.
"And it strikes me," snid the widow,
"that a man who goes about 11 II in e his
pockets with stones nud dirt, ana lies
for hours on the ground starin' at it,
must have a soft spot in his head
"Roubcu is intensely Interested in
ores and minerals," said Rachel. "If
ho finds amuscmcut in examining rocks
and picking up stouos, why should we
"Flddlfl de-deo amusement!" ex
claimed Mrs. Appleby. "I wonder at
girl of your sense upholding such folly.
You'll nover marry Roubeti Hayes with
"Perhaps not," said Kachul, rising
from tho table, "and I'll never marry
Farmer Vunncr with niy own."
"We'll see about that," said the
wlilow, as she took the skimmer and n
basin and stalled for tho dairy. "I ex
pect to see you the mistress of Hills
mere Farm, vcU"
Rachel smiled to herself, thinking
iow unlikely it wns that such a thing
would ever come ,to pass. Shu loved
Reuben too well to give a single thought
to marrying any other iumii.
Aud being, in spite of horccntlu man-
no and loving disposition to her moth
er, a young lady who knew her own
mind aud was strong willed enough not
to bo turned .from it, Rachel continued
to meet, her lover In spito of tho wrath
anu chagrin of Mrs, Appleby, who ap
pealed in vain 4o her daughter's sense
The whole neighborhood will be
talking about you, next," the mother
I've grown indifferent to what tho
people of this neighborhood say, moth
er, answered Rachel. "They can
talk as they choose. It is too warm to
sit in doors, these summer evenings,
even if vou would let Reuben visit us
here, which you won't, And thosn
woods were made to stroll in."
"Stroll awav, then!" said Mrs Apple
by. "But you shan't marry Reuoon
liayes if I can help it! Why, he wast
ed all last Sunday, poking around the
Three-Aero lot with a spade. He must
have carried away a barrow-load of
stones in his bag."
Rachel said nothing in reply to this,
but a peculiar smile, which her mother
could not understand, stole over her face.
Karly one morning a few days later,
Reuben Hayes walked into the dairy,
where Mrs. Appleby was skimming
milk preparatory to churning,
"Do yon want to sell the farm, Mrs.
Appleby?" he asked, abruptly. "I
know somebody who will jrive you two
thousand pounds for it. r ive hundred
cash down, and a mortgage on the
place for the rest, duo iu two years, with
interest at six per cent "
Mrs. Appleby stared. The thought
of parting with' her old home had never
before entered her head, but the price
uflcrcd her so suddenly w as tempting
enough, and bin? was not long making
up her mind.
"It's a bargain." said the widow.
"Where's the. man?"
"Here." s.iid Reuben. TV
"You!" said the widow. 'I didn't
know you had five hundred pence."
"I've got the cash ready for you,"
said Kouljen; "and if you'll lot nie drive
you into Doticaster this afternoon, we'll
have Lawyer Saunders make out the
"I suppose I'll have to hold by my
word." said Mrs. Appleby, a little be
wildered by the suddcuiuvsi of the. af
fair "But you'll never be able to pay
me fifteen hundred pounds and interest
within two years.
"That's niy look out," said Reuben,
coolly. "You have the farm as secu
ritv. and vou can live on it till all is
paid. 1 have no use for the house, you
know unless I get a wife to put in it.
"Folks can't say he ain't clever,"
said Mrs Annlobv. iu tellinsr her daugh
ter, a little later, of this offer. "I'd
have hated to leave the house right ofl"
But what puzzles me is his having that
hve bundled pounds put try
Rachel smiled, but said nothing. Sho
might have enlightened her mother on
the subject, had she so chosen
A week later, Reuben paid u socond
visit to the dairy.
You said 1 couldu t marry Hachel
until I had a homo to offer her as good
as the ono bhe's bad with you," be
said. "Now, vou can t say Im not
able to do so. She needn't make any
change at nil, jou see.
"I see," said the widow, tersely.
"So you 11 consent to our engage
ment? said Reuben.
"I suppose so, since you are both so
set on it," said Mrs. Appleby, on
whom Reuben's five hundred pounds
had produced a marked impression
"Rachel's so stubborn-headed she
wouldn't think of changing her mind
if I preached and argued all night; and
1 don I w ant her talked about.
"Neither do I," said Heubon; "and
am Had to have the matter settled. I'll
go tip and tell Rachel about it now, if
you have no objection."
"(io, if vou want to," said tho wid
ow. "Like as not sho is looking for
The wedding was arranged for tho
middle" of October; but, to her mother's
surprise, Rachel began no preparations
"Why don't you begin your shop
ping? asked the widow, who had
natural longing for a cruise among tho
drapers aud milliners shops of Don
caster. "There's no time to be lost."
"There's no hurry," said Rachel
"That money you've got in the bank
will come in useful enough, now," said
her mother." Three hundred pounds
will buy you a good out lit, aud leave
nest-egg as well. '
"Better than I need," said Rachel
"It would be sheer extravagance for
me to spend that nrich."
"Butyou've got to have some finery,"
said her mother.
"I shan't want much. I'm pretty
"There's no occasion for you to bo
stingy. Your uncle left you the money
for this very purpose. Don't you re
member the will said so? And I want
to see you well set out. (lids don't
get married more than once as a rule,
ami you'd best make tho most of the
' "I'll see," said Richcl. "There's
time enough yet to mako and buy doub
le what I'll get."
And though her mother fretted and
scolded about the delay, and began to
thiuk her daughter had grown parsi
monious. Rachel continued to put off
going to Doncnstcr to buy her wedding
'Who were those mm prowliug
about with you in tho Three-Acre lot,
this morning, Reuben?" asked Mrs
Appleby, as she met her future son-in-law
ono evening coming up the garden
path, with Rachel, whoso face looked
"They were men from ft largo New
castle firm of mining engineers," ans
wered Reuben. "I sent for them to de
cide as to tho quality of coal on this
"Coal on my farm!" exclaimed Mrs
Appleby. "I never suspected it."
"My 'farm, you mean," said Heubon.
"I know long ago that thero was coal
on It." .
"Thou you've played mo a vory di.
honest trick," taid tho widow, angrily,
while lior grey eyes flashed. "You got
from mo, for two thousand pounds, a
bed of coal that you're likely to make
yield as much every year, perhaps
"All's fair iu love and war, you
know." said Reuben. "I had to get
Rachel by fair means or foul."
"And she upholds you In this swin
dle. I dare say, said the widow, glaring
at her daughter.
Yes. sho upholds mo," said Reuben,
with a peculiar laugh and a queer look
at Rachel, who was laughing too. "But
I m not all bad, my dear to-ne-motner-in-law;
I'll deed tho farm back to you
n- soon as tho wedding is over, and
we'll share the profits. You can make
mo superintendent of the mine at a
handsome salary. I believe the coal is
of tho best quality, and there'll be
plenty of work to do.
Mrs. Appleoy s lace cicnrcu at once.
"That's fair enough," she said.
"To be perfectly candid with you,"
said Reuben, "I haven't any money to
bogin tho work. Rachel tells me you
have a thousand pounds in Government
securities. isow, there wouldn't be any
risk in using that in this venture; you
are suro to double your money in two
"I'll sell out the whole at once," said
tho widow, eagerly. "And you shall
fcave that live hundred pounds back
"Oh, as to that," said Reuben, "you
can give Rachel three hundred of it.
I had only two hundred laid by of my
own, so she helped mo out with the
money her undo left her."
Mrs Appleby looked from one to the
other; her lips compressed in a pecu
liarly sarcastic smile. She thought she
saw, very clearly now, why Rachel had
put off getting her wedding finery, and
had "needed so little."
"Well, that was a sharp dodge," she
snid, at last. "I believe, alter an, you
are more clover than Farmer Venner,
"Of coure I am," said Reuben, com
placently, as ho put his arm about
Rachel's waist. "But you give me too
much credit, for hero is the pnmo
mover in the whole wicked plot," and
he kissed the demure little face of the
willow's pretty daughter.
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where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the proved irno-l i--io-rli" el all
sir,- and countries an- us. il. A wlii.lt- hi-u-e Is
uwd forolllee pun-o-.i. nod all are treated wltb
kill In a rcpeclfiil nininur: and. knowing
what to dn. no cxperl UK-Hi-:n -niii'lK. t'li sc.
count of tho prcat nuinlr si.plylnit. 'be
(harites are kept ln. off-n !o'i-r tl-.sn i Is
dHiianded liv mlier It i.-ii'ie the skl'l
hihI gi-taspp'-dv and n-i f -1 lie- niie. Unit Is
the Impoi-taul nititcr. t'nn, lit t. limes
scut to any addvt-i free.
ruus. ! MARRUEE GUIDE. I A
tt Inc. (M iiti dfnrM
renin In i-o-i ie or i iirrmii-y. (ivit fifty won
H(.rflll i.'ll plelni-i-. tl II" '-I life SI Urn nn tllS
fiilln Init mi-Jteli,. Im um marry, wlinnot;
li l-i-o.i. r .i-i to ni.ii i -. U hn in n rv ilr't.
tanhiKi. iiiiniiili I. I bv .!i Hi ill-a. . Who
uIiiaiI.I n ur. . ll-iH-liii-i it h U'l-lne - in.T he
Hirrea-e., Tlwi-e inui'rli'd or -. t. niiilut In
n.r..i,. ulw.1,1,1 riil 11. 1 1 nl;ili I 1. tie rni
nv all adult i . r-"n-, ili'-n k'-t'f d-r Ps-k and
key. I'ip:it."V eillli-iii. -.., n - ii'"i r. l-iil pSKir
rui fT anil 2m ; ;iii-4, ;j ( rius i-s Inaii, In uiouejr
I 1 .n-itS'.tih-i
A New and uoinpinto lt'itel, frjutinr; on
Second and liailroad Btrciis,
Cairo, Illinois. .
raen::er Depot of the Cblcukto, St.
.ev Orleans: Illiuols Central; Wabash, St.
Lonis aud I'acltlc; lion Mountain and Soul hern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louie IUhwsk
are all just across the street; while tho Steamboat
Landing is but one square distant.
This llott-l Is heated by steam, bus steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Kleetric Cull Bells
Automatic Fira-Alarma, linths, absolutely puru air
pertect eewerae and complete appolntmenis.
Superb furr.iBblni!s; perfect service; and an 'in
' If .V ( !O.J,iHwa
Mollilnic In o.u world c-uiml u. 11 l-ir i
"curr ol Sorofuls, Pliiiiilci. Bulli, 1tirr, (11 1 SurM,
gore hjisi, Mrrurlsl i)i9is,-s, Csf arrn- ol
Aip4-uto, FruislD Complaints. nJ sii HIinH
J1 II nrcrr fail,. - Alt drusrliu wl
eminlrj lotr ki-rnrri nil II. U. K. Nrlln
A t o., Pr. l-lll.iiiinrs. t.n evrrr noitio.
la annsltlvM rum fnrsll Disrhn.ruM,s.
Bttnirlnic. Bniartluir and Painful Bensations cl tlie
& I t( per boMln. For sale by all dnifr
w 1 ' v clstn, or nint by Kxpress on ro-ci-iutof
lirl-e. JOIIM I. PAttK tie B0N8,
llftand 177 8yininrel5t. CINCINNATI,
Onto, fleeso mention this vapor. A sr
I N V E S T 0 J S
-Jriiikf Fir-1 class
I'ayinK M nks it lldbds yielding
1'iiS I'Ktt CliNT. for annmu, nud ovor,
WELL ' SECURED,
way obtain full p'li ticnlars, with snttafactory rt fer
ences and teimnnials, by addresi-lnc II. tt I - A 1 1
DKl.L, l-lu'l A't, U Coiiifrei. St., Iloston, Moss,
Mention this paper.
liroiiinr"alvasou the look'
Jlnulfor diH'tces to Increase
their cam In's, and In Uuie
beconio wea.thv; those who
do not Improve their oppr-
tunitics r-ninin in noveriv.
V' offer a Rroiit chance lo make money. H'e want
matt) men, womaD, boys and iflrls to work lor ns
rlKbt In their own localities-. Any one can do the
work properly from the lli'Ht start. The business
will pay in -re linn ten times ordinary wages Kx
ptineivoouill' furnished I'mo. No one who eiiKRijoi
lul s to make money rap dly. You tan devote
your whole time to l lie work, or oulv your spa e
moments, full Information and all tiat is nc-ded
emu free. Address S I'lN SON A CO. Portland. M-
Chili. "flcrf tho Mii-et uiNiu id ninl,lnitriiilr im uilil.v
nmiiUfriiiii ttiviw.lnipiiiMr UM l'00ir in. -n ilc-nllnu m
GRAIN. PROVISEGNS A STOCKS
Ku-luiM-iiilKir tret the beneili iifci.niliini-iliiipiliil.il the
Club. OlnlMiH-rceiit, lnldi-iiilst.l liionilily. tn
porlaof opemili-iisseiitiMrli iiii-ii-r. Pliaiw aioeach,
n-ilts-milile. non.fe-iil'le. tmiiffemlik". A ivIIhIiIcooi.
SKinaident wr,nte.l In I'vrrvhiwn. ftiei liil Inilm-ements.
xplaimtnrvl In-uUru nt live. Addn-s II. K, KtMJAU.
Co 177 i i;ul.iit.'ulleat,cniCAOO,Jlu
Caimi, lt.L.,U.-ceiuburit b, IrVsi.
Th regular annual nieethiit of the stockholders
of tho Citv National II ink, of Cairo, for the pur
pose of el ct'tiir seven ilirsctors. will be held at the
oltlceidsalil hank, tu this city, ou Timed, Jauua
ryvtk.ltMi. i l'n opeu st 1) o'clock a. . and
eioeo tit o iiiiK a p. ui. of sain oav
TiiO. W UALUDAY, Coinlur.
i a- it, -rntr ..Ani r rv..
i' kit - r m i .I ap" 1 r
VI I CI I
fclfl YOUR CAPITAL.
QIU Thus dehirlim to mako money
" miu. .mil lwl liiwHIiK.l liivjtirnialfl
ill Krain, provlaiona and stock
lnuon our jilan. I rom May I at,
1HH1, toihri presontdatA, onlnvost
uiuii ta of $ 1 0 to 1 .000, onsb protl ra
liuve limm reallnfiil nnd paid to in
ventors ninoiintiuii to several times
the orlultml Investment. Profit
tmid flrstof every inontli, still lav
iiiK the original luvestinetiC Liak-
CXAftre "louey or pavalile on deimind,
MltvAa Knpliomtorv circular and atatei-
riieuta of fund W aunt frea. Wt
want ruaiioriHlblo amenta, who will
rejiort on orupa and Introduce tha
plan. Liberal oommUalout polO.
FLEMH1HQ & MERRIAM,C fe..u.
Major lilitck, f hlcafo. nv
NEW AH VtCH'I'lhhM KNTS.
JAS0N & HAMIlJJ"
fT)i A TOrB eertalnly best, having been
I I It ItA lin1"' decreed at every Great
j AiyVJi iiii k. Wor!a.( indHgtfiai comp' titlon
for Sixteen Tears; no other American oryar.a hav
Inn been found equal at any. Alao cheapest. Htyl
u: H octaves; sumclent compass and power
with biset qualty, for popular sacred and aocular
music In schools or families, at only f 12. fine
hundred o her stvles a $10, $:i7. fho, 7i, 978, 991,
SUM. U4, to f-CO, and up. The laruer style are
wholly unrivaled by anv otber organs. Aleo for
easy pavmuut. New Illustratod Catalocn free.
The MA HON & HAMLIN Onran and Piano Co.
IM Tremont street. Boston; 4U Kast Hth street
(Union tiqnare), New York; lit) VTabaih Avenu,
VrtTTYfJ- "WVN iryonwanttolearnTelegra
I vljiiu IUIjIi phy ma fewmnnth. and
certain of a situation, uddress Valentine Brothers,
Nowspapuer Advertising-Bureau, 10 Spruce st N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS &tjl
Blood, and will completely chsna the blood in th en
iiresTstrmln thrfo months. A ny person who will tak
1 pillcach night from 1 to Hwetiksmirb restored
to ionnd baslth, if such a thin- b pmwihls. Bold ev
drvwhere, or srnt by mail for t) letter Ktamp 1. n.
JoHNauit A Co-, Voiton, Mass., formerly llaugor, it
I iuvs a ponlilvorf iiiwly fur tin. abors dlseaaa; by It
.a tboniSDds of iimi of tb worst kind and of lone
KandinK Imva been cursd. Iudond, so strung Is my faltn
in lit Kllii'urr, that I will send TWO B01TI.KS FKEB, to
Tthr with aVAt.fABLB TIIKT18K on tills dumius, to
nil sulltrtr. OH Expram and I. O. addrsu.
DB, I, A. BLUCl'U, Ml Fsarl St., Ksw York.
While Wreatlinu with a Kallen Tree a Lumberman
K rtdves Oousequeiitial Damsy- a.
While on a hunting excursion In the groat coal
and wood region near Carbondale l'a., the writer
met illiani Coll a lumberuuin. Ac.ciislnmed to
life and lu'ior in the forrest from early manbuod, he
was a true K-ilijht of thu-Axe. Many a tree bad
fallen bi fure his rln Iuk strokue, and fl ots of rail)
had borne away to murei tbu sawed producte.
Coll is a charneter. and il'O-car Wilde l rlaht In
say'nc that all niuvemeiits in i.tihiinlered labor are
pricetul, our friend William, snipped for hie work,
and atlacklim a true ai Kit-hard I, aialted the
heavy door of front de Ilu-uf's Castle must have
presented an ml i iMhle picture.
One d iy, bowever-bui let him tell the story
hliniM-ir, as be told It lo me:
' I was nut in hu woods, vou know, trying to
slnrt a lull! down it bi!l. Tliinkliia I could set a
belter purchase uu It lunn the lower side, I tackled
it there with my log r Lint: book ami threw my
weight on the lever. Mie started she did, but a
luck would have it, before 1 could j-t out of the
way, she rolled r ghl t ver me. II It hadn't been
for a lot of smi',1 limbs and brueh lying In the road
which lifted her up, she'd a crushed tne flat. As It
was I got up without a broken bone, but with some
mighty had bruises "-
"Thou you were all righ'," aald his auditor.
"Not by a blamed sight, stranuer. I took cold
rheumatism eel Iu, aud, If I hadn't heard of BEN
SON'S CAPCINK I'ORJUS I'LASTKKS and
used 'em, ll's my opinion I should never have
made another ch p fly. lint the Cnpclne took hold
quirk, and I'm about aa good as new. But there'
ouutbiugyoit kin ciilkllnto on: -I shall never
wrastle with another log unless I have the advan
tage of the ground Fur, as I told vou before, If tt
hadn't been for I bum brushes I'd been smashed so
yon co ild a sold me for a door mat."
The Capcine I the thing for rheumatism. It
doon't keep you watting. The word CAPCINR
Is cut In the center of the genuine. Price 85 cent.
Scabury & Johuson. Chemists, New Yirk.
KA KM Klt'S SONS AND DAUOIITKRS
Or sny Active Man ot Woman
CAN M AKEpkk ioN'f
In Cash, working f -r the American Farmer.
Address K A.Tv. UACKeTT, Kt Wayne, Ind.
lor all Union Soldiers lUPDCRC
d iwbled In line of duty. I II L II LH O C
rpeifloii. Laws I D D C A 0 C 21
nolo Liberal. All nLRnOunty to
iro ruutiiitttui Appty
1L Oat onoo. Send twoS-
cent slumps to
? Tv? Rvsuiutou, B?5!
413 U Street N
Ediieated and iri-Heal irrowers now assent to our
motto "That the liinhcr Nnrlli peda are
urown tho earlier t bt lr product wilt be."
We offer till year full linn ol Htnndard Potatoes.
I rue tousme.irrownon dry upland; hcof.-lii'yfeantt
HueHtem Wtieat; White ltmmanOats; ICtaiinieaCab
iaire,aldto heouewnck earlier tlisn Karly Verk-.oiir
North Star Yellow Dent Corn still takes I fie lead, nil
for fodder U equal to any: of onion scmI, tnmatoea.
rsrrots, pea, fee., &e., a full tine and larwe crop, all
a-rowtb on our own farms. Wild lir e for duck
pond always nn hand fur Spring or Kali sowliur.
?th Annual tsatliviie. . T. 31. 91 KTVA I.P,
urawcr, inrpuricrtvjooDt-r, en. raui.iuiuBi
A I .eadlria London VbT
lelna rotoliliskra a
lor the Cure f
RNI EPILEPTIC PITS.
rtr. Atv Mswriila flat ef l-onilniO, wh sks sr-
inriMBihiii iiiTollmr llvlus uhvslrlsn, Itlisum
or Bipiiepsjr, lias wunoat qonui trvsisu
liasslmelr soBMtonlhlH(ri w h kssrd ef
ever IO juars' stsnetnf suei-sssfiilir rwi,bI
It pabllshsd a work on Mils (tnwas.
ss to any isf.
Jr. h, mu nil thlr ssticsM and T. 0. ,
M 111 IM
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