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All Conirnunlcationa .hould he addrcMfd to
E. A BfHNKTT.
Nothing couM bo more suitable than
such a match, all our friends said, and I
was too young, too inexperiftuvd, and
nbove all at the time my future was
decided Hpon too heartwhole to pro
test, even had I been allowed any voice
in the matter that was to decide my woa
or happiness for life; and so it camo
about m the most natural way in the
world that, before I was eighteen, I had
been pursuaded by my family to engage
myself to my cousin Robert. His moth
er, indeed considered me as by no means
good enough lor her son ; but she was
accustomed to defer to her brother,
Uncle Warcus with whom I happened to
be a great favorite, and who had set his
heart upon the match, declaring that I
would make just the right kind of wife
for his rather peculiar nephew.
Robert himself, on his uncle's propos
ing the match, had yielded an indifferent
assent, observing that I was pretty
enough, and that he was glad to be
spared the trouble of looking for a wife.
He was good-looking and gentleman
ly, but sickly, delicate almost as a girl,
and to my" idea wholly uninteresting.
Still, I had not, at this early age, strength
of mind sufficient to resist the united
persuasions of my family; and the mar
riage was arranged to take place in
about two years, during which time Rob
ert wouldby his physician's advice, re
side chiefly in the Sout h of France, where
his mother accompanied him.
Unfortunately for my own happiness,
I during this time became acquainted
with Philip Waring, whom I soon uncon
sciously learned to look up to and ad
mire as the perfection of all manly ex
cellence. And now the two years of Robert's ab
sence were completed, and ho wrote that
ha was about returning home to claim
his bride. But, lie added, his phys
ician having recommended his spending
the winter in Italy, he proposed to take
me thither immediately after the mar
riage. He hoped there would bo no un
necessary delay or preparation, and
would prefer having tho wodding as
private as possible.
This last clause was a great disap
pointment to my mother's sister, Aunt
Forrester, who had arranged to have the
wedding from her own handsome resi
dence in London.
However, I should at least have a sty
lish trousseau; and so slio took tho
trouble of coming all the way to our lit
tle country town, and carrying mo home
with her, in order to make the neces
As, on our arrival at my aunt's resi
dence we entered the hall, her two little
daughters came joyfully rushing to meet
"Here, Christine," she said, turning
to me "hero are my darlings. Have
they not grown? And this is their gov
erness, Miss Dane."
I turned, and I saw a young girl stand
ing fjuietly at the foot of the staircase,
looking on with a smile at the scene.
She was so exceedingly pretty, with
her delicate, regular features and gold
en hair, and exquisite complexion, that
I was quite taken by surprise.
"What a remarkable pretty governess
you have, Aunt Lottie!" I observed,
when, an hour after, I stood at her dressing-room
window, looking into the
garden, where the children were at play,
while Miss Dane, with a bit of crochet
work in her hands, walked slowly up
and down; "and how graceful and lady
like sho is!"
"Yes," my aunt replied with a smile;
"and do vou know; Christine, we think
her wontfei-fully like yourself ? Not only
has she the same colored hair and eyes,
but her features and something in "her
ways and expression, remind us of you.
I have but one fault to lind with her,"
added my auut "sho is too reserved.
Despite her pleasant manner, mid way
of talking, I have always an uncomfort
able feeling that I don't know her."
"How stylish sho looks, despita her
"Yes, indeed. If that girl were rich
ly and becomingly dressed, bIio would
be handsomer than yon Chrlssie.
Here the subject dropped, and busily
engaged ns I was in my bridal prepara
tions, I at first saw but little ot Sophie
Dane. Rut one day, when a dress had
come from the mmlinle which did not ex
actly please us, the governess happened
to be present, and on being half-earoh'-s.
ly appealed to, at once pointed out the
defect and how to remedy it.
Thereupon it wa discovered that sho
possessed an exquisite taste in dress and
My aunt was delighted; and thence
forth Miss Dane was constantly called
upon for advicd in matters of taste.
Occasionally she was requostod to try
on some article of dress, a bat, or a
mantle, in order that I might tho better
Iudge of their effect; aud we could not
nit be struck with tho extreme becom
ingncss of these things to her.
She hersolf was quite aware of this;
and I more than once saw her cheek Hush
and hor cyo brighten as she glanced in
the mirror at her own reflection when
"Poor girl!" my aunt said. "It seems
really a pity that sunn attractions should
not be set off by the advantages of dross,
in which, after all, I am inclined to
think halt the effort of beauty lies.
Despite her humble origin, Sophie Dane
certainly looks a born ladv." t
What sympathy and liking I had fori
Miss Dano and she was not ono who!
appeared to cars much for either soon I
rocoivcu bmvcio uuuim, me occasion OI
which was as follows:
Suddenly enuring my room one eve-
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKN1NH, MAY SI,-. 1883.
ning, I was surprised to see the gover
ness standing before my dressing-table,
absorbed in reading a letter. She start
ed, Hushed, and hastily thrust it into her
pocket; then said, with what appeared
only a natural embarrassment:
"Please excuse me, Miss Christine;
but in passing your room it looked so
quiet that I thought I might venture to
slip in aud read a letter from my moth
er" I should not for a momonthave doubt
ed her, but that in my hasty glanco al
tho letter I thought It looked liko one
which I had that evening received from
Robert, and had carelessly left lying
about. I could not bo certain, however,
and said nothing at the time, and next
morning tho letter was discovered be
hind tho dressing-tablo where it appear
ed accidently to have Blipped.
"Christine," said my Uncle Forres
ter, cheerfully, ono day at dinner, "vou
must look your best to-morrow, Robert
will bo here then, you know."
The words struck coldly upon my
heart So long as Robert was at a dis
tance, my fate had not appeared to mo
so obvious; but now, to think that I was
so soon to be in his presence, so soon the
wife of the man whom I knew I did not
and could not love sent a chill to my
heart. And Philip why was it, I n.sk
ed myself, that Philip's image would
constantly intrude whenever I thought
of my future husband.
The following day, however, brought
a letter, which caused among us quite
Robert and his mother were at Paris,
ho being in too feeble a state of health
to risk the passage across the Channel;
and his mother proposed that I should
proceed to Paris, in care of some friend,
and there let the marriage take place,
Thev would make all preparations for
my reception, and we could then
ceed to Italv for the winter.
Of course, in considering this propos
al, the first thing to be done was to dis
cuss the matter with my family.
Accordingly, my aunt and myself, ac
companied hv the children, whom she
was now unwilling to leave in charge of
Miss Dane, at once proceeded to my
home in the country.
The rroverness had permission to visit
her family during our absence, but this
she declined, preferring, she said, to
wait for the regular holidays.
1 confess that before leaving I took
care to secure my apartments and per
sonal effects from any further possible
meddling of her.
Our absence lasted not quite a week.
At a solemn family conclave it was de
cided that I should go to Paris, under
care of Uncle Marcus himself, accom
panied by Aunt Forrester; aud there
upon we hastened back to London, to
carry out this plan.
It was late in the evening when we ar-
rived, and tho children's first inquiry
was for their governess.
"Miss Dane went away the same day
you left," was the servant's answer.
"She took her trunks with her, and said
she would be back as soon as ever she
was informed of your return ma'raa."
"I suppose," said mv aunt, "that she
found it lonely, or fancied that we would
stay longer than we did."
"Oh, no, ma'ma, she didn't seem to
be very lonesome! She was coming and
going all the time.aud quite lively-like."
Preparations for our journey immedi
ately commenced. My first care was to
get my traveling paraphernalia in order;
but, upon opening the closet wherein it
had been left, I discovered it to be miss
ing. Further search disclosod the fact that
several of my handsomest dresses, with
most of my choice lingerie, had also dis
appeared. I iustantly gave utterance to
"Sophie Dano has done this!"
My aunt would not at first believe it.
She was inclined to suspect the servants,
but consented to despatch a message to
Sophie's home to inquire after hor. The
man returned, reporting that Miss Dano
had not been home, nor had her lanuiy
the least idea of whero sho was,
"We won't allow this mishap to do
lay us," Uncle Marcus said. "Order
another traveling dress, Christine; and
for the rest, I will see that you are prop
erly provided in- Paris. When our af
fairs are settled, I will inquire after this
clever governess of my sister-in-law."
The next day we were in Paris.
We had no sooner arrived at our hotel,
than Uncle Marcus proceeded to inquire
for his sister Mrs. Rradshaw, and her son.
The polite waiter answered, volubly
"Monsieur Rradshaw, and madame,
his mother, hail honored their house.
Rut it was now a week or more since
they had left when monsieur had mar
Married?" we cried, simultaneously.
"Certainly. Monsieur had married a
young lady -'Mademoiselle Fenwick
ami has gone to rsiec."
"I'enwiek!'' I exclaimed, in surprise,
for it was my own name.
The waiter was quite sure tho lady's
name was Fenwick, and when Uncle
Marcus indignantly denied that Mr Urad-
shaw had married at all, he calico an
other waiter, who had accompanied
Monsieur Rradshaw's servant to the Eng
lish Protest nut church, and there had
seen the ceremony performed.
" l here is some extraordinary misiase
here," Uncle Marcus declared turning
very red. ami a sudden conviction at
once Hashed upon me.
" as the lady like me? " I inquired
"The lady was, indeed, very liko made
moiselleas like a portrait,'' the waiter
"Then it was Sophie Dane!" I ex
claimed, totlic horror of tho whole party.
Aunt Forrester actually turned faint
wilh tho shock of tho conviction, and as
to Undo Marcus, his rago was speech
In a violent state of excitement he left
us unprotected at tho hotel, and set off
without delay for Nice, where it ap
peared the Rrndshaws had proposed
spending some timo before proceeding
lie wrote to us in a few days a half-
ilny.mi linn un vinir that It u.a. imljuid
Soiibio Dime who had presented hersolf
to Airs. Rradshaw and her son as Chris
tine Fenwick, and under that name had
one nau accounted tor her appearance
unaccompanied, by saying that her fami
ly had opposed her coming, and had
wished to break off the match, where
upon she had ventured alone.
Of courso it had been easv to I m nose
upon them by her singular personal re
semblance to myself, her knowledge of
my family, atid her familiarity with the
couleuts of our mutual letters, aud the
whole affair of our engagement.
Uncle Marcus returnod to us highly
ineensed against his nephew. Ho had
insisted, as had Mrs. Rradshaw, who was
almost insano with rage and mortifica
tion, upon the marriage being instantly
annulled, as a fraudulent one.
But Robert had become really infatu
ated with his bride, and not only refused
to listen to the proposal, but actually
married Sophie Dane over again under
her own proper name.
We concluded to hush up the matter,
and after a brief tour, which I greatly
enjoyed, we returned to England. And
howsoever people may havo wondered
at the result of my two years' engage
ment, they hud no cause to judge from
mv appearance that 1 was disappointed.
When, six months' thereafter, I mar
ried Philip Waring, with everybody's
consont.including Uncle Marcus, whojhad
transferred his favor from Robert to
me, I blessed the day when it hud oc
curred to the antfutious mind of my
aunt's governess to personate me and
rob mo of my proposed bridegroom.
Doing a Great Deal of Good.
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It an Infall'atile cure for KheamatlKm, Spralna,
Lament, and lHeae of the rkaipand for pro
moting the growth of the Hair.
Denton' Balioim cnte Cold. Cough, Rhen
mvlom, Kiduey trouble, etc Can be uted exter
nally a. a planter.
The boomara ig Man oa Iiller3.
The roller skate is a wayward liltlo
quadruped. It is as frolicsome aud
more innocent looking limn a lamb,
but for interfering with one's upright
attidude in the community it is perhaps
the best machine that litis appeared in
Salt Lake City.
One's tirst feeling on standing up on
a pair of roller skates is an uncontrol-
ln Kl.-, t.,ti,l.mjr t, n.mwi feum t.iritlur
One foot may start out (award Idaho,
while the other as promptly strikes out
for Arizona. The legs do not stand by
each other as legs related by blood
should do. but each shows a disposition
to set up in business alone, and leave
you to take care of yourself as best you
may. The awkwardness of this arrange
meut is apparent. While they are set
ting up independently, there is nothing
for you to do but to sit down and await
future devolopements. And you have
to sit down, too, without having made
any previous preparation for it, and
without having devoted as much
thought to it as you might have done
had you been consulted in the matter.
One of the most noticeable things at
a skatingrink is the strong attraction be
tween the human body and the floor of
the rink. If the human laxly has been
coming through space for days and days,
at tho rate of a million miles a second,
without stopping at eating stations, and
not excepting Sundays, when it strikes
the floor we could "understand why it
struck the floor with so nruch violence.
As it is, however, the thing is inexpli
cable. There are different kinds of falls in
vogue att he rink. There are the rear
falls and front falls, the Cardinal Wol
sey fall, the fall one across the other,
three in a pile, and so on. There are
some of the falls that I would like to be
excused from describing. The rear fall
is the favorite. It is more frequently
utilized than any other. There are two
positions in skating, the perpendicular
and the horizontal. Advanced skaters
prefer the perpendicular, while others
affect the horizontal.
Skates are no respecter of persons.
They will lay out a minister of the Gos
pel or the mayor of tho city as readily
as they will a short-coated, one-suspender
boy or a giddy girl.
When one of a man's feet starts for
Nevada aud the other for Colorado, that
does notseporale him from the door or
break up Ins fun. Other portions of his
body will take the place his feet havo
just vacated with a promptness that is
surprising. And ho will lind that the
fun has just begun for the people look
The equipments for the rink aro a
pair of skates, a cushion, and a bottle
of liniment. Laramie Homnrrang.
Russell Sage, they say, leads "the
street" now. lie is 07 years old; some
thing between Brother Jonathan and
Pantaloon. Wherever he is, there is a
circus. Repent less, resentlcss, but no(
relentless, he hardly has an enemy
never indulges in that luxury, always
calls you' "My son," mid scratches yoiu
midi'ilV. He is everybody's paw-paw,
apparently healing them iy tho Joying
on of hands. "My son." he says "sho,
sho! I must get in my stray beds. My
sou, I've got a million and a quarter of
them puts ami calls out now. Sho! it'll
never do, my son!" By this time he hair
lovingly fastened on to your spare-rib
or nrm-pit, or crazy bone, and when he
says "Sho"' you feel like a chicken chuck
ed up to be counted ami fed on meal.
Some put Sage's wealth id .iUi(Ml,HiO,
Home nl half as much more. He is the
original, the vast insurer of speculators,
lie will sell ym a put, a call or "a strad
dle" the hitler an insurance both ways
and nl a double commission ami lie is
said never to have "Miutilted" or re
pudiated these puis ami calls, and sel
dom or never paid them beyond Hit
moment marked for their prcsetilnient.
"My sou," he says, "it is 10 minute,
past 1; Hint trade's oil'." IW Is regard
ed as the most plieiiotuenal Under th..
street has cvm- had; natural, n'.niosi
womanly, with mind nvcrse to violent
or sinister things; and a feeling nisi
prevails that he has a classical educa
tion, which he dues not claim for him
self. He was In Congress thirty yenu
ago, was the Treasurer of Troy city uti I
county many years, and possessed popu
larily then us now. In Congress h
wantod the Government to buy Mount
Vernon a piece of shameful oversold
that they did iioi, lork. iriii'tiie
CoiiOHLRSB and Cold, A young girl deep'
ly i enrol ted that she wus so colorlms stid
cold. Her face was too whito and her
hatds aud fett felt as though tho blood did
not circulate. After ono -bottle of Hop
Biltors had been taken sho wss the rosiest
and healthiest cdrl In tho town, with a viv
aelty and cheerfulness of mind gratifying
to her friend,
Sliiloh's Vitnlizor s what you need tor Con
stipation, Loss nf.Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
('. II. Schmidt, a . farmer near East St.
Lnuis, IU, sayst "Brown's Iron Bittets is
the best tonic medicine Had appetizer I
Aro VOU dintUrbed at nl
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crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
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duces inflammation, and gives tone snd
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physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale bv all drumMs tlirnnrrhnnr
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
If vou suffer with Sick Headache. Con
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r.mory s itue cathartic fills will, ft-
ieve you. to cents. (3)
A General Stampede.
Never whs such a rush nisde for anv
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for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
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(VII persons affected with Asthma, Bron
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ttitection ol the Ihroat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
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Dropsy and Klienmatisra.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Sneer's Port Grape Wine, of New
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have iven it a
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took the highest premium at the late Cen
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bilitated (email s, and used by the beid fam
ilies in New York as so evening family
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you can earn 3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Roys or Girls can do
it. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 193 snd 197
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To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-nieDtioned section, but the direct
aud reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
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At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
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At Atchison, connection is made with
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At Omaha, connection is made with the
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four years oi.d.
rrHIHCKUCHItATICb NATIVE WINE In ms.le
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Th 1 vounuet child muy partake of it a;eacri)'(
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tnt'n It I particularly benefltlul to the aged and
delillltnted, and milted tu the varlon allmunts tpat
arr'.pt Mill weaker net. it. in in every renpeci a
VINE TO BE REM Ell ON.
Sneer's T. J. Sherry.
Tho I. .1. KHKRRY I a wlno of Superior t'liar
actcr and i rtakeof the rlchqualitlii of the grain
from which It I made Vor 1'tirlty. Rlchnonn, Kla
vo and Medicinal J'ropurtion. It will be mnna tin
Speor's P. J. Brandy.
Thla TtHANDY ntand unrivaled In tola Country
helugfar anpnrlor for medicinal puruonna. . It in a
Vurudlailllatlon Irom the grape, and contain val
Uahln mnillf'lnftl nrnnnrtlim. ft nut a dallcnto lllt-
vnr, nlmdnrto (hutof Iho I'rapon, from which It I
r)ltllled,andllu great favnr among' artclk
famllle. Hue that the mlgnalure of ALFRED
nrKKH, rannalo, IS, J if over ma cora 01 re
Sold I3y PAUL SOU 1J III
AND BY DRUOUIHT9 KVRKYWUKHK.
ILLINOIS' CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckicago.
Tho Onlv Line ltunniriff
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
raaiiii Lsavs Caihu:
Arrlvtnglni .Loul :a.m.; Chicago, a :) p.m ;
Connect g at Odin and Lltiiigham for C'inclo
nati, L livllle, ludianapolit aud point Katt.
11:3 1 a.m. St. J,ouiu and YVjUtrn
arriving in St. Lout p. in., and connecting
for all point Wert.
'J:!30 p.m. K;tt JCxprkaj.
For tit. L1111I1 anil Chicago, airlving at St. Loult
10:40 p.m., and Chirao 7:) m
U:00 p.m. Cincinnati Eiprra.
rrlving at Clncluiatl 7 : a.m.; LumavlUe 8'M
a.m.; lndlanapoltn 4:06 a.m. Paenere by
tbi train reach the above point lii to 3rj
MOCKS In advance ol any other route.
rty-Tho:60 p. m. expren ha PULLMAN
sUiEPINGCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
thangea, and through U:eper to bt. Loul and
Fast Time Kasa.
Prt iPTI 0fnu ,,T thl line go through to Et.
a uwuiin ern j,0init without any delay
eanaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday arter
onna train froui Cairo arrive In new Vo'k Monday
nornlugatlo::, TUIrty rli hours in advanced
B other route.
HT-Por through ticket and farther information,
tpplyat Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
. J- U. JON EK, Timet Agent.
-H. 3MK80N. O.n. Pan. Akfi.t. Chlcaeo
ARRIVAL AND PEPARTURK (F MAILS.
Arr at I Pep're
. P. O. I fni PO
1. V. it. H.(ti.rnr.gh lurk mall), r, a. m.
" " " ..11:10 a m
9 p. m.
" (wav mail 1 :
" (Southern iMv.
Iron Mountain R. R
Wabsnh It R
Texa A St. Lon: R. K...
St. Loul C Iro H. R
r p. m.
I p. m.
V p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p, ni.
in p. m.
6 p. m.
Mm hiver arrive W id
" depart Wed.
PO. gen. del. op n from
3'n. A' Sun.
7::ai am to 7:30 pm
Hi. ni. 10 U p m.
H a. m. to 1U a. m.
6 a. m. to M:jOam
P.O. box cel. o er Iroin
nndaj gee. tVl. 01 er Irmn
Sunriat liox del. opeii fioni
f-ay-.wi a haii'.. will
be puMifhcd from
time to time in city prpern. hani'e your card ae
cordlugly. H M . 5). MCHI'llY, P. M
Mayor 1 h"iua W. Ra 1 ray.
Treanurer-Ciia l a V. .Njllm.
Clerk 1 nut. J, Foley.
Connnolor Win. R. Gilbert.
alarbal-L. II. .M. ye,..
Attorney William itecdricli.
S'UB.'l Of ALtlEPH
f lrnt Ward-VTm. Mcllah-, Harry Walk- r.
Second Ward- Je.ai IlitAie, ('. ,. Iluuhe.
Third Ward B. F. Hiukv, t f en Miilth.
Fourth Wrd-Char O. Patier. Ado.'ph 8wo
fifth Ward -Cm. I rca'.-r. IInry S out.
SfMMKR LAW LECTl'HES (n tie weekly, be
gin IJlh July, lsS.1, aud end Wih r-eptemi er. lUve
proved of lgnal ue. lrt, to ntud-nt who degn
t uiiraue th. Ir ndle at t Mr or o'h. r Law r-choul :
Sd.lo thonu who propone to rend privately ; nu t 3d,
to practitioner who have not had the advantage of
ytematlc Innlriirtlon. For circular anpiyiP. O.
L nivemitv of Va.) to John 11. Minor, Prof. Com.
1 hat nmnrt rr.cn average- '.liO to $8 no per day pro
fit, el ng the "Pocket .M miukI." 'I he moat marvel
lull little volume ever ei'ced. Needed, endorsed
and purchased by all elim.en; nothing in the hook
line ever eunal to it. Will prove It or forfeit $V 0.
Complete ample and outfit ! c , or lull parti
cular for Mamp. Don't mart nut again until yon
learn what I ald of thin Iwmk and what others
are doing. W. II. THOMPSON, Publisher, 401
Arch Ktr et, Philadelphia. Pa. apr8-3m
WORTH SEEDING FORI
Jjr. 1. 11. HCIIKNCK ha Jiu-t published a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
winch Innflered Tit II . roetT'P'd.toal! applicant.
It contain i i..rmuf for .11 wljoi.pMwe
thvtiiHol . ' ri IW ictt wit ti, or ' : . 'le to ,iy diHeiiwi of
tuutbrmtor Iiiiik". Mi utio'i itii cair. Aikltw
lira J. II. t.(iir.Vrl. .V l. rhlliiitelphla. Pa.
(ilou it yuu uuA . .j'.t.h ut Uurmttn Jluuk,)
A CM! Ty MEN
AH tboHwfao from tn'llwtlotii. firmed or othr eannt
Watk, nntrvnl, loslrtH, iliyticllr tlrajnedl, uid uotbttt
wrterui HtVt itiitli' iimjwrly, cn be oi'rtltoly tnd prav
MM); ettrtd, whhi'i.t unirh nitl. tnoi. KudortM bTtfftftortf
nlntattn ncj tlir rna. 7Vi JUfiUent HWy nvtt "TtMOM
!m of wiling NYrvuu IMtlllly, Phylrjal teoaT,A
L vbollj prrtM ii l.y I II K M It HH IlOLl (.v tfwm
ItfwM fMUM M'utM of certailu rmtorftttoa to full tod m
flMht hmIiOimI. 8'mtile, rlVctlm, clkiilr, pituwiti Ml
fWirtutaw. Oonsniiaiiifin with fihraiolan fr.
KaUUTON lUuiUKlV COM 40 JMiih BU, U9 Int
HARRIS REMEDY CO.Sifflt
loiini nn mnl oilnm who utlrt
Irom Nrrvoui and IMi yules 1 DiMI
'Itr, Priuturt Kx)iutloB nJ
their many Klonmj conntqurneff,
' aru QulnklT ami rullnsillv ourrrl.
Tb Ramedy It put up lo boxoi. No. I (laatlna a month), fit.
t (anoauli to itTMi a ourt, unlm In mivi'nt oase(r 96 1 Rn. I
(iMtlpg thrat luonUii), VI, Hani lif inall In iilaio wraitpari.
UlrM lloai for l ilng aMWMpany rarh Mot. 1'auiptilul deacrl
Un! Mil dlMMf mi noda of curt tant aaalad ou appuwailosU
Inm a CMrlrnii. In ourli.n di'mne or th. IIIihmI, Skin ana
Wtaknita, W.norrlin- VyDhllllk. ami '
... .nil Cir. runrrtli... .11 M ' Hr l.lt of uo
U. u h. xntwnttl by tlwd.lrlus tr.'tmeut h rn.ll.
(lr.oa.lt.rins HHur .li..Mlil "'' 'f
al Iran .oi.ill l l.lr d.MUfc II U ol
Idrew, BUYTS. ! Jf!
ESTABmUEP VH TUllt'l'Y VKAItf.
l A favorite preaerlptlqn of one of the
moat noted and ueeeimrul a iieelallnt In the IT. H.
(now retired) for theoureof Af o leblrr,
LMI MMMMt, afeailjM i and Orimy. Hent
tu plalu Ma.n. euvelupeA' Drugglatseau nil lu
Aa.mt OR. WARD 4 CO.. UaWaaa. Mo.