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If, sometime, when the day wn wciiriiiir late,
And stars were enminir In the darkriiiiig cky,
A once for you I iuIkIiI In rantiini wait.
And fuel your presonco surely drawing nigh:
Could I but hear your quick and linppy feet
Conic up the pebbled pathway as of yore.
And hasten, with a beating heart, to min t
And welcome you, before you reach the door!
For, If attain you sat beside me here.
Your eyes would read the lines made deep by
And fee the checks whose youthful bloom was
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Aud io the Kindness where you WHlk tixlay,
I would not have you know that I repine.
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Tbat In the light of heaven had grown so clear,
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Tou stand and stretch your angel hands to me.
Amelia D. Alden,
AN AWAKENED LuvT.
Abiel Grimes was an old bachelor.
Some people called him an old cur
mudgeon, and some people called him
an old hunks, and these titles were
really more truthful than flattering.
The fact is, as the world goes (ami
the world goes hard enough with some),
Abiel Grimes wa.s a pretty hard man
hard and cold, selfish to the core, cruel
when bis interests were at stake; appar
ently had no more feeling than a lamp
post, no more charity than a tobacco
sign; seemed ever grasping for every
thing, never yielded up anything; liv
ing only for Abiel Grimes, and caring
for nothing beyond himself.
When he was twenty, Abiel Grimes
went to see n young ladv a very sweet
young ladv, everybody called her and
u was ai la-jf, rumoreu mai tuey were
going to be married.
But one day. being caught out in the
rain, she allowed another voting man to
hold an umbrella over Iier while she
walked homo by his side.
Abiel Grimes chanced to witness the
transaction, and became furious
storming, raving, and tearing passions
He did more. Ho left Mary Albright
with a curso, and never visited her
bho wept and sobbed, and was very
disconsolate for a time; and then she
married the kind young ninn who had
held the umbrella over her.
From that time forward nobody ever
heard Abiel Grimes laugh.
In fact it is doubtful if he could laugh.
He drew Into himself, like a turtle into
his shell, and to the world ho presented
an exterior a,s hard as that shell.
He bent his whole energies to making
money. And ho mado it.
Ho owned houses and lands, which
ho rented to the rich and to the poor.
But woe to tho luckless wight who
came up short on pay-day.
Ho loaned money on mortgages, but
ho never missed an opportunity to fore
close. He seemed devoid of pity, and never
Into tho street went a sick father or
mother or starving children if he failed
to get his lawful (Ui.
fie was no hypocrite, however; he was
consistent with himself.
He gave nothing to churches, because,
as ho averred, religion was a sliatu.
He gave nothing to hospitals, because
people had no business to be sick.
He gave nothing to charitable socie
ties, because the poor ought to work for
In short, he gave nothing to am body,
except Abiel Grimes,
And Abiel Grimes lie pampered.
There was nothing too good for Abiel
Ho bought a splendid mansion, sur
rounded himself with luxuries, and kept
servanld who were no better tliau so
many slaves in his regard.
His sister kept house for him, being a
poor, quiiit, timid, childish widow, with
no other homo, nor any means to live
Of all days in the year, Abiel Grlimj
hated Sundays ami holidays.
Because hecould not vex pcopl in his
business transactions on those days, uml
because poor people were idio and
seemingly happy, and ho hated to seo
If ho could have shut them all up in
black pits, and kept ilium to work there
all their lives for his gain and comfort,
he would have done so.
And of all holidays Abiel Grimes
hated Christinas, and its reioiclnirs ntid
And In thtsstato of mind, without over
having had a day's Illness-going oil
prosperously In worldly gain, and
amassing rlches-Abicl Grime i reached
thu age of forty-live, halo and hourly,
with a sharp face, iron frame, cold grey
eyes, thin hair, und a bald head.
Now It so happened that one lulled
Uir atnias night Abiel Grimes returned
to his c egant mansion at tho hour of
It was snowing fast, and tho streets
wero mostly deserted.
The mansion looked giim, and dark,
and cold, for there hail been no rejoic
ing ibero tbat day, and tho servants had
all gone to bed.
Ouly the poor housekeeper was sitting
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE , m.
i up for her brother, to keep tho rirn
bright and his slippers warm, and his
water hot for his punch, and to ho ready
to act as his slave, and minister to bis
Abiel Grimes ascended tho high mar
ble steps in no pleasant frame of mind.
It had been a long disagreeable day
to him, because everybody liad been too
happy to feel tho venom of hate with
which ho regarded them. ; .'
On the upper step ho paused in as
tonishment, which soon merged Into
Somebody had left a basket on that
step a basket with a handlo to it; a
basket filled with something which the
fast-falling snow had already covered
with a thin pure mantle of whito.
"The infernal carelessness or impu
dence of some servant or beggar," mut
tered Abiel Grimes through his shut
teeth, as ho raised his foot and gave that
basket a vigorous kick.
Ho intended to kick it clear from his
cold, hard marble stop not colder aud
harder than his own marblo heart in
to the middlo of the street. But his do-
The basket struck against the iron
rail, bounded back, fell over, and
small bundle rolled out.
Then from that small bundle came
feeble wail a human wail a cry of
innocence appealing to Heaven against
tho cruel neglect and abuse of mankind
"A livinir child! exclaimed tho as
tounded and somewhat horrified Abiel
Grimes. "And if I've killed it there'll
be the deuce to nav."
Yes, Abiel Grimes, and the Iord to
settle with besides.
For a few moments an almost par
alyzing terror had possession of this
man of iron, while another pitiful wail
came up to him from that living bundlo
at Jus feet.
What should he do?
Leave the little thing to perish,, and
have murder on his conscience and the
coroner at his door?
Call a policeman and have it remov
ed, and a retrort reach the press in such
a garbled way as to mix lnm up in a
Ami then startlinz thought what if
it had already been fearfully injured by
Mijrht it not even at that awful mo
ment bo dvinjr?
It was a cold niht but ereat beads
of perspiration came and stood out on
the thin, bard face of Abiel Grimes.
At that moment a rollicking party ol
young men turned the corner ot the
street, and came singing, laughing aud
In another minute they would pass bis
Heavens! they had already seen him,
and what if thev should hear and see the
child; ami linJ it dying from his bru
tality? There were courts where men were
tried for murder, and Abiel Grimes did
not like lo even fancy himself standing
in the felon's dock.
Never did the tremblinir fingers of
that man work faster than in applying
the key, turning the bolt, and forcing
open the door of that palatial mansion. '
Then he seized the child and the
bucket, sprang intothemarblu vestibule,
and shut tlm world out, just as those '
merry young bloods went singing, laugh
ing, shouting, reeling and rollicking past
me uarK irowning windows or Ins bach
Hastening to his own elegant sitting
room, where his sister sat waiting for
him, Abiel Grimes fairly burst into the
apartment, white and trembling, with
the living and wailing bundle in one
hand and tho basket in the other.
I'lIere.Griselda," cried he, as thesur
prised sisu r started up in alarm, "here's
some beggar's child that I've just stum
bled over on my step, nnd I want you to
see if I killed it."
Ho did not dare to say he had kicked
it over, even to her.
The poor sister had a kind heart she
had been a wife and mother, aud bail
lost both mother and child and she
tenderly took the poor little waif, un
rolled it, examined it, and then soothed,
nnd kissed, and bugged, and fondled it,
till it opened its sweet little blue eyes,
and fairly laughed in its face '
"Oh, you dear littlo darling!" she
cried, completely oblivious in ner ab
sorbed delight to the presence of her
"Well," he snapped out at length, "is
the child hurt?'
"Oh, no; she does not appear to ho,
"Then throw the she into the tire!"
he cried, with a savage stamp of his
Of course he did not mean to have his
sister Jiterally obey his murderous or
der, but only to understand' that tho
child must be put out of his way, and
that he would have nothing ruoru to do
"Oh, Abiel, brother, let irio keep it,
and rear it, and call It mine,'' pleaded
the lone-hearted sister. "I want some
thing to love In my declining years.
Let me have this, See, dear Abiel, how
sweet the darling looks, and how it
smiles, even now upon you."
And the little baby did at that mo
ment chanco to throw out Its littlo hands
towards thu iron mnn. and did seem to
smile at him, just us babies have before
now been known to smilo upon their
"Bah!" grunted Abiel Grimes, as he
But he had notescaped scathless.
A beam from that baby's eyes had
darted into his, and that beam had car
ried a ray of God's sunshine from that
jiuro Innocent soul right straight down
into his. wanning on.) tiny little spot,
and exciting ouo of tho strongest sensa
tions of his life. n
Alilel hurried off to bed, without put
ting on his slippers or making his punch,
leaving his sister Grisclda alono with tho
She found ntid prepared some milk
for It, nnd secretly avowed It should
never leave her.
That night Abiel Grimes dreamed that
ittlo blue baby-eyes wore looklnir at
hltn; ami lie got up and hurried olf the
next morning, as If to escape from the
litlloono and himself. '
As he mado tm further protest his sis-'
tor kept tho child In the mansion, but
out of his sight, and told the servants it
was an unexpected Christmas present,
which she prized more highly than gold!
One day, seven or cizlit timntlia fater,
Abiel catuo iiMxitouUiiUy Into his own
sitting-room, and found tbo hiirrht and
playful iltbi one tied in a ,-hafi., ham.
im-ring it, llulo chubby lim, ou tlu
cushion before it, and talking to itsoll
in me unknown language of bahydorn.
"Hello!" said Abiel Grimes, halting
in front of it; "you hero yet, madiimoP 1
"Ja! ja! iron, ioo!" answered babv,
looking ui with a laugh, and making
both hands and feet lly up and down as
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ii niiuuuuu luspi iiis.
Again something shot from that pure
little soul into the dark hard soul of
"Confound it," ho muttered, "I bo
lieve you're a witch!"
"Ja! ja! goo! goo! ja-goo!" laughed
baby, all full of springs.
The next moment she was up in those
strong arms, and iier littlo velvet chock
was softly pressed against his lips.
"I am glad Ididu tkill you, !'Mio said.
At that moment his sister came hur
rying into the room, but paused with
fright and astonishment on seeing her
bnjther present, and baby in his arms.
"Tbo only child I ever saw that I
could bear to handle," he observed, with
a kind of sheepish look, as he placed the
littlo one in her arms.
"Oh, Abiel, she is an anirel scut from
heaven for the comfort of us both!"
cried Grisclda with a warming enthu
siasm. Tho brother did not answer, and the
sister felt happy that ho did not storm
. The secret work of heaven had begun.
From that time forward, there was a
change in Abiel Grimes.
The iron began to melt, the stone be
gan to soften, the soul began to human
ize, and people who had known Abiel
Grimes for years, began to wonder.
One day a poor man came to plead
for a little more time in which to pay his
"My little girl's very sick," he said
in a voice of distress, with tearful eyes,
"and I've boon obliged to lose time, and
take the money which I'd saved for you
to buy medicine with for her."
"You owe me a month's rent!" said
Abiel, taking tip his pen and beginning
"And if you give me time ''
"You will never pay me!" interrupted
Abiel, at the same time handing the
poor fellow a receipt in full for the
amount, and a five-pound note.
"Take that, and go home and nurso
your darling; and, if not enough, for
jour distress, come back to mo again!"
"God bless you!" cried the poor man,
bursting into tears.
"He lias already!" murmured Abiel
to himself. "He did it one Christmas
night, when He sent me a littlo angel."
"I come to tell you that my husband
is dead, and that I cannot at present
satisfy the mortgage you hold," said a
weeping widow to him at another time.
"Take the mortgage itself down to
the recorder of deeds, nridame, and let
him write 'satisfied' on it," was the re
ply of the once hard-hearted man, as he
handed the document, together with an
order for satisfaction, to his astonished,
Like to the pent-up waters of a stream
when the obstructions give way, so
flowed forth the charities of Abiel
Grimes, and all who knew him marveled
"Behold a miracle!"
Years rolled on. and. a thousand
places felt the secret influence of that
baby darling who had come so mysteri
ously on that cold (,'hrictmas night to
the then bard cheerless home of Abiel
As his heart softened under her genial
smiles, the nowhumani.ed bachelor had
her named Mary Albright, in memory of
his first aud only love, whom he fancied
she resembled. '
And as she grew in years, the once
gloomv mancioti was made cheerful for
her sake, and every Christmas there be
came a happy day of rejoicing.
Ten tears hail pacsed, and tho thin
hair of Abiel Grimes was becoming
flecked with silver; but his face looked
fresher, and his heart fell younger, and
his soul was happier.
Into his presence one day came a
lady in blaiak, deeply veiled, ami, to his
utter amazement, related the incident of
his finding it baby on his steps.
"I put that baby there," she went on.
"It was not my child but my daugh
ter's child. I niarried. nnd iny'hiisband
died, leaving me a daughter. ' She mar
ried, and Iier husband died, leaving her
a daughter. Then she died, ami the
child fell to tne. I was poor, and you
were rich, and I hoped to interest you
In the little link. I did not desert the
child, nor put it there by chance. I
know you were coining home, and I
watched from my hiding place till you
took the little blessing in.
"Unknown to you I have had an eye
on it ever since. You havo cared for it
tenderly, Abiel Grimes, and I foci that
in turn it has cared for your soul. Yon
havo called it Mary Albright. Why?
Well, the name is answer enough. You
have seen a resciuhlanc.otooneyouou.ee
knew, and onto loved, but to whom you
did a grievous wrong!"
did!" burst from tho whito lips of
"Sho forgave you then forgives you
still and has come to say that you can
have her grandchild for your own."
"Oh, give mo herself also," cried
Abiel Grimes with powerful emotion, as
he seized the lady's hand and drew
aside the veil from the calm sweet face
of his old love, Mary Albright.
Need wo go on with tbo sequel?
They were niarried on the next Christ
mas, and have ever since been counted
among the happiest of mortals.
And now, instead of curses, Abiol
Grimes heaps blessings on every Christ
mas, and all tho poor around heap
blessings on Abiel Grimes, and on his
sweet wife, and his good sister, and his
darling pet, and on nil that belong to
him and them.
"Terra cotta," said a country womnu
in a Boston store, repeating the name
after the clerk. "Is that French for cin
namon ? ".Not thin I know of, mad
am, answered the smirking salesman.
"La, you needn't laugh; 1 k,l(Wn
tho color before you wero born, but I
never beard It called uiilblii' but ciu
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cause of Temperance, but find they are, end
a very valuable medicine, myself and wife
having becu greatly benefitted by thim,
and I take great pleasure in making them
known. Rev. John Seaman,
Editor Hume Sentinel, Afton, IS. Y,
Politeness i.woys pais. A young
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that she could not create a coldness by
asking why ho carried such d superflu
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tho premises, it was discovered that he
had been too polite to trouble anybody
to come to the door and had ontored
willi the helji of a "jimmy," afterward
departing with several souvenirs of bis
visit in tho shape of about $100 worth
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however, to forward his present address.
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Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's.
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
aiiectmn of the Throat and Lungs, can get
(rial bottle ot this creat remedy tree, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Dropsy and KLteumatiain.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Grape WidcJ ol New
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have tiven it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wine
took the highest premium h the late Cen
tennial. It is excellt Dt for weary and de
bilitated females, and used by the best fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wine, ror Baie oy raui. u. scnuu. .
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
a I . . .11-. r . . rt I f -mw .
trains uany are run iroiu tne ursnu union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.'
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Of the very
fie est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cab
ffo-nin ""inect with express trains of all
lilies. . .
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains tor Kansas and JNebrasKa
At Omaha, connection is mado with the
Overland train for California. "
This line oilers to parties eurouto to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send tor
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this?
line, which will be mailed free. ' ' ' I
C. B. Kiknan, F. Chandler, ,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Ps Agetjt.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, Ion most
among them are Nervousness, Nervous la
bility, and unnatural weakness of QeuciB-
ive Organs; Allen s Brain f ood euccu a Lil
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to bis former vigor. fl.-At
druggists.' ' ' . ' i
Crouo. Whooninir Couuh and Bronchitis
mmeiiately relieved by Shiloh's' Curb.'
aul u. Schuh, agent, 1 1 '
An attractive, youthful anoearance su
nned by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all
who are getting gray. '
LLINOIS i CKKTK A.L R. K.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunnint? J
Q DAILY Til AIM 9
U irrom Cairo,
Making Dijieot Connection
rnAisa Lists Caimo:
;0a m. MttU,
Wrlvlnsjln t .Loulr 4a.ci.; ('hlcaj.o.8:3p m
Counecl x at Odin and tilfiml am for Cincin
nati, L uville, Indiauaptlis aud p -inis Kut.
11:1 i H.m. tit. l.oviim nnd V-s,trii
arriving in St. Louts: p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
,3:50 x'-m. l''itMt Kxprcssa.
F-sr St. 'Louts and Chicago, atrlvioii at St. Loula
V:Op.ni., and Cblcsuu 7:J a m
3:fiO p.m. Cinojnnhti Kxpre-wsj.
arriving al UncUiail 7:) a.m.; Louisville :M
a.m.; Imiluino.o.ic 4 Oft a.m. I'assetjfers by
this train reach the above points IU to 'iO
UUl'RS in advance ol aoy olher route.
JfTlWX t,pr''"' h" rL'LLMAW
M.hEPl(l I A H I'm... ... 'i..f... .i ....... .
rhanges, and through sets to St. Lonls and
Fast Time Kant.
Piissenirers hJ """"""K" " R,t'
, . .,r " j-"'u' vniiuui any aeiay
caused by Sundsy IntervcnwiK. The baturdsy aHer
aoon train from Cairo arrive In new ork ilondsy
."imujii i.H. iiiiriy-sii jiourn lu sdvanceof
t other route.
aassrnrihnnni. .(..I..... . . j ... .
. .,.. , " tr u" luiormstion,
applr at Illinois Cenirsl Rallrosd Depot. Cairo.
. . " JUisus.-Iiraet Agent,
i. H. HANSON. Ow,. I sh.. Aifert. Chicago
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE CF MAILS.
I. C. K. R.(ir,roi:i;h lock rr.sll;. A a. in.
" " . 'I - ii ,i,
I n. PO
" (Southern Dlv....
Iron Mi.nninln R. R
Wabash It. K
Texas A St. I.ouis K. If
St. l.onis CMro R. It
Miss Mver arrives Wi-.l . cm
..4 ?. r ru.
.. M p m.
...I'1 . rn.
..7 p. in.
...S p. m.
...i p. m.
. 4 Men.
4 p. iu.
nt psrls Wed., rn. A Sun.
' gen. del. op n fron 7: hi am Io7:') pm
P.O. box del. oier from. ...... ,la. m. lo p m.
Sundays gtr. cel. ot en fri,m....Sa. n. to lu a. m.
Sumlats hox del. open fioin....' a. m. to lil:?i)sm
Itf-NO'I i 'hsnii a will be pui llt-hed from
tluie to time in city pMxru. ( tsia'e vour isrds ac-cordlm-ly.
. vVM. M. ViL Ul llV, P. M.
OFFICIAL lilt ECTOR I.
Mayor Thoma. W. Ha l.r"sy.
Treasurer Cha: Us F. NbIIik.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Coonselor Wm. B. (Jllhert.
Marshal-L. II. Mey.-rs,
Attorney Wllllsm Uendrlcks.
Bo an or iuiHas
First Ward-Wm. MrHslc, Harry Walk-r.
Second Ward- Ji-pse Ifitikie, I.'. .V llo.'k.
Third Ward-It. F. Blake, ) jj ri SmitU.
F'jnrlh W ard-Chnrics O. l atlir, AJmph Swo
fifth Ward Ci.as. I ai canUr. llei.ry S'ott.
I'.rcnll J olu'e I). I ll.krr.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irv'n.
County Jiidgt J. II. hobhuon.
County I Irrks. 1. Liiiii.in.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
hlii'tilT John llndgi'S.
nnitier It. Fllxs-erald
I rilinll ('oYnnili.!iini-r T IV. Ilaliillav. .1. II.
Mnlcnhey and Peter Sauo.
(lAII'.U BAITIST.-Corurr Tontb and Phils'
J streels; preaching flritand third Sundays lu
each mouth, 11 a m. and 7:M n. m ; prayer meet
ing Tbumlsy, 7::ie p. ni. ; in,day irhool, a m
ifev. a. .i. ii ass rator.
CnCRCll OF TUE KKOKKV.EIv-Kplsrnpal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:wii tii.. Holy
Communion lu:Mila. m.. M ir t.ii. p I'tsyeis II a. in.
Sunday school 8 p. m.. r.vtilng rial ers 7:o p.m
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. If. hn un.
LMRHT M1SSI0NARV BAPTIST CHURCH.
T Pn-at hlng at 10:30 s. n... 3 p. m., nnd 7:.fO p. in.
'alibalh school at p. m Key, T. J. Shores,
.ii a or
I UTHBRAN-Thlrteeuth street; services Sab
bath 1:30 a- rn.; Sunday schools p m. Rev.
nnppo, past jr.
METUODIriT-Cor. KlgMI' and vVali.ul atresia,
Presehliig Sabbath li:im. m. and7i p.m.
nnday scAdol at i:iHip. m. liev. J. A. Scurruil,
1) KKSBVTF.KIAN Klgh'h street; pressing on
Sabbath at 11:iki a. n..snd 7:3" p. m.; prater
reellni.' Wednesday at 7 ::f p. a. ; Sainlay hc.'iuul
st ;i p. m. R:v i. V. Oinrjc, pastor.
ST.JHSKPI: v-iRoinan Culhollc) C orner Cross
and Wuli.ul streets; services StMmth 10:Sa.
n.; Stiii'lav felii'iil ut !i p, in. ; e:ie,s 3 p. m. ; ser
rices nve-v'dny tit s u in. Rev. O'Uitru, Prltst.
ST. PATRICK S( Unman Catholic) Corner Mnlh
sir-nl and Wsslilimtou avenue: services Ssb-
alb 8 and to u. m. : Vi iii rc 9 p. m, ; Siiii.lny School
l p. in. aitrvicva evr 1 at s a. m. hev. nx' mm
Dr. J. a HOJIENCK has juet published a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
w hich Is offered PICKK, protw'd.to all applicant
It oou tains valuable in tnrmnUnn fnri.ll wtmaiipixiM
thunuwlvci altfieliHl with, or ". nlobis ny dlmunwnf
the throat or ImiiTH. Miuillon Huh pnpiir. Aclilmm
Dr. J. II. Nt'HKXfK A o, I'hlls'lelnhlK. Pa.
(atosM if w H'lj'-iM tt UtruiUH Jkivk.)
A BM n MiE!
AS iSMh rrora ln.1lsnr.Unna, mc..m nr olhsf osasss ava
srsmk, snnnrml, l ,ilrlls, pliyticsltv ilratneit, and aoaalsks
ysrSjiia lire's i mien pfl-rlr. ksii " O'tnTniy M panaa,
Baally .arid, wlihuni inui.cli mill Iiii KmlursKl trdiatan.
SllDlsUrs sn tlis inus. TM Mxiiral H'ftkl, ! TB.Saj
iaastn.ilD( Nvrveim Heltlllly, rttr Mtf i l'fyr gj.
najiysupKrawiouiir ins. nAiiniun
Mueas easris uiuml oltiiiriiilii rtainrailna to run tas ssr,
I saaaksoil. Simnla, ,(rrrtl', nlranly. nlsassah Sssat
SMIIn. Conintimmii with ,ihrIHiio rr.
STON KEMF.VV Wa fa It, SrSJ ItTat
Csaasit A ftivorlla preacrlpllnn of ona of ths
most notad stud suenensful siiwlallsls In thu XI. H,
inuw relliwl) for thsmiroof JVervvfia JSebilsIsi,
1 !Hnth04, WUnM a.nl itrray, Heut
u plamsuUiuOUV.Iop.y. Druggists eao ml lu
Ad4rM OH. WARD 4 CO.. Ualiltts, M