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I whs fithin; Iml.alilioiili fnr many
hours I lui'l Hoi by liio wiitt-r's mloo ii
tii'iitly lioiin; tho roil, I, lis yrl, lunl
uot ruujrht anything.
This iliil not miiko nut tuilmppy; tho
1 day wan ho lino uml warm, tho nky so
clour nnd sunny, all Nauiro uppoaring
in hrr lirightiiHt anil lovt'liostrohos, tlml
tun merit paiitiun of lying idly on tho
wofwy hauk, watching tiio Kparkliug
waters, was a gp'nt cnjuynifiit in itsdf.
Ju.it, liowuvt-r, as I hail fallen into a
dcop rovoriu, a riiiiMon pull at my lino
roused mo to tho conscioiisnis that I
had at least got a hito.
Cautiously I drew tho lino from tho
water, at tho end of whirh I could see
'.ho white form of a tino fish.
Tho next moment 1 had got hinmafo
ly to land, and with a sigh of mingled
roliof and triumph, I put him in tho
To my surprise, 1 hi-nrd tho sigh soft
ly echood Loliind tin. I had k'eu so in
tent on my work that 1 hud nut heard
'1 urning hastily, I saw, not tlm boy
1 expected, hut a littlo golden-haired
For a moment . Mirpran hold nioxilnnt.
Never iiefore, all through the bright
urumi.'r weeks 1 had spent with my
uncle (in whoso grounds the lako
stood), had I leen intruded upon by a
supposing tier friends to lie some,
where nesii.inid anxious to try my luck
again. with a :i-t l.mk at the tjivYhihl,
1 turno I to my rod.
'I.ittlo boy." As tho Heir babyish
Toieo fell on my iirs I looked up.
Slip was standing be-iilo me, ;u.lu
thoughtfully into the water, ipiietiy
swinging a large white sun-lionui't in
"Well?" I answered, scarcely know
ing what to say, and feeling my dignity
a triflu hurt at being addivss' d so un
ceremoniousiy. "l'se lost," she said gravely, solemn
ly.Hlill with lier deep blue eyes fixed on
"Ii.t!" I eclioed in surprise; and
glancing hastily round, saw that indeed
if sho had come with friends they were
not here now, no trace of human form
was visible in the w ide extent of liehls
and meadows lying around.
"Yes," she repeated, 'Tse lost."
"Hut hut," I staii-im n il, utterly
taken aback by the child's serene com
posure, "what brought you here?''
"Noirfid); I lo?t mysuif," snaking her
golden heud sagely.
"Where do you live?"
A puzzled look crept into her eyes,
and she looked inquiringly at me.
"Don't you know where you live?" I
said, seeing sho did not understand my
question. "What is your name, liulo
"Auntie Queen," sho answered.
I could not help smiling at tier sim
plicity, nho seemed so ure of having
"Hut 1 mean your right name. What
aro you always calle.i?"
"Auutio calls nie Queonie," said sho
pathetically, tears coming into the
bright blue eyes, and the ry lips quiv
ering, "I want tnv auntie. I'm lost.
Take me home, little boy."
I quickly jumped to my feet, s.-eing
that a storm was threatening, and I had
all a bin's horror of tears.
"Yes, ves," 1 said soothingly; "I will
take you home," hastily gathering up
my tilling materials.
Smiles once more broke over hoi
face; she waited until 1 had finished,
then confidently slipped her tiny hand
In mine, dancing lightly over the mossy
ground beside me.
I hardly knew what to do.hul thought
it best to go homo first, and rid myself
of my ril, etc.
Acting ou this thought, I soon arrived
at the place where my uncle lived.
Terhaps undo knows where sho
lives," I thought, and having triumph
antly given my lish over to the cook, I
went in search of him.
Ho was alone in the library busily
writing some letters but ho looked up
with a kind smile when I enWod.
"Well, Ned," besaid, "havo you spent
a pleasant morning, caught anything?''
"Yps; one lish," I answered. Tnen
drawing my tin v chargo into the room,
I added; "And have found a little lost
firl. l'o you know who sho belongs to?
L'nelc looked at tho mite with au
1 really can't tell you. Let m seo
your face, little one,'' lui said, taking
the big bonnet ofT the golden curls; then,
lifting (ho sny downcast face, he gazed
earne.-tly at her.
As he did so a sudden startled look
came iuto his eves, and he drew the
child closer to him.
"How like!" I heard him munuer,
aud Involuntarily his eyes settled ou tho
fair pictured face of a young girl smil
ing from the dark oakun wall.
I saw tho same resemblance which
had struck him, and no longer wonder
ed that the child's face had seemed
familiar to me.
It was a babyish likeness of my cous
in, tho only cliiid of my uncie, who,
five years before, when I was verj
young.had inanied without her father's
consent, gone from him into a stnuigo
country, and has never been heard of
"Who are you?" he said in a strange
hu.sky voice. " "What is your name?"
"Auntie's Queen." she murmured
tearfully, shrinking away from the grey
piercing ryes lixed so searchingly upon
her. Then, with a sob, "I want -to go
"There, there, don't cry," uncle said
hnstily. "Take her away, Ned. I will
try and find out to whom she belongs."
And picking up her bonnet, he be
gan clumsily to tin it under her dimpled
As ho did so a Hue gold chain, clasped
round her throat, got entangled ou his
lingers and canto unfastened.
Attached to It was a tinv locket, set
with pearls ou ou side, and on tho oth
er tho initials "L. 0."
"Perhaps this will licit) us to llnd her
friends," and oponiug it, undo gave a
low cry of mingtod joy and surprise.
(ilnn'elng at tho open locket, I saw a
dark handsome man, and a fair girlish
faco smiling at tuo.
"It Is tiousln Lily." I cried impul
sively, and that
v "la her husband. Thillo Grantlv,"
THK DAILY QAIRO BULLETIN: SA'IUUDAV MOKN1NO, SEPTEMBKIt 22 1883.
uncle said in joyful accents. "At last I
have loiind tokens of my darling, nnd
this, I feel sure. Is her child;" nnd draw
ing the little girl iuto his anus, he kissed
Where is your mother, dear?"
A sad look stole into the clear blue
eyes, and she gazed reverent!) upward,
"Mamma's in heaven," she said soft
ly, "and papa too."
For a moment tho grey head rested
on the golden one; it was a disappoint
ment, wh n ho had thought ho had
found his child, to hear sho was dead.
Ero the day was over, uncle had
found out the people whh whom his
grandchild was slaying; a kind, good
natured couple, wlio had taken her
parents' place, loving l.ily almost in
much as their own child, a bonny boy
What they told uncle conlirmed,
without any doubt, his suspicions, and
although they felt sorry at parting with
tho little giri, they could not but give
her no to the care of her grandfather,
her only relative.
At first Lily fretted very much at los
ing her "auntie," as she still insisted on
call'tig her, but she soon grew to love
the grey-haired man who was so tender
and devoted to her.
As for me, I was delighted at the re
sult of my discovery of the child.
The happiest da s of my life are those
I spend at the Manor, now brightened
by the presence of a golden-haired fairy,
aud siie returns my boyish adorations
with tender love.
The pretty name of "Qucenie" still
clings to her.now tlic only relic of those
past days, though to my uncle she is
always "Lily," Mnd in her happy inno
cent childhood he lives over and over
again the time when her mother was his
heart's darling, before she bade fare
well to the guardian of her youth, never
more to meet until the day when ali are
gathered at the great white gates of
LIST OK LKTTEKS REMAINING UNCALLED
P'JK IN THE 1'OBTomCK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, September 22d, 1883.
Maggie C Hums, Mattio Hrown, Ball
Banks, F C Brirrim. Sillie Brown, Eliza
beth, Edna Eni, Mattie Fisher, Ella Gor
don, Laura Gilouni, Ktty Greeley, Saddi
Hugher, Rose M Lemering, Martha Mar
tin, Laura May weather, Maggie Mauls by,
Mattie O'Connors, E A Heutch, Ollie Skip
with, Maggie Teel, Burton White, William
White, Emaline Williams, Nettie Weston.
Charles Albertes, Jeff Brown, M L Brvia,
Harry C Bradley, Henry Broder, Easan
Bailey, Martou Church, Jerrey Crutcher,
CA Clisa, William Divaney, G S Divison,
O E Haneline, R E Hodgton, James Hads
den, John HutchesoD,Fiank Hill, Elward
LHanielton.Geo Herd, Uaney Haa, Grin
der Jones, D F Jackson, Mike Keains,
Charlie Kiug, Bill Kiney, Willison Levi,
Bi t Lee, Willie Mitts, Peter Muller,
Freman McAllen, Geo F Mason, B Milfed,
CA Merudeth, A Marx, Frank H Fetterson,
Win Fanner, James Phillips, E C Face, G
W Ponckextcr, Bill Pertrtis, Jodd Vaughn,
Ed Ricks, R W Shaw, Mose Stricklaud,
Jolin Steagy, Isic Shaw, Ed Stewart C&rvey
Scott, I B Taylor, A P Teel, Andrew Thom
as, J I) Whitson, Allic White, Preston
Young, Clarence Young.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
m. M. McKrur, Postmaster.
Explosive Foast Eef.
We were lying down along the Rap
pahannock some time in the fall of
jsii.'i, when Andy aid one day; "Look
here. Harry; let 's have some rond beef
once. I'm tired of this everlasting fry
ing and frizzling, and mv mouth waters
for a good roast. And I've just learned
how to do it. too; for I saw a fellow
over there in another cauin at it. and I
tell you it was a success! You see, you
take your chunk of beef and wrap it up
in a cloth or newspaper, and then you
get some clay aud cover-it thick all over
with the clay, until it looks like a big
forty-pound cannon-ball; and then you
jut it in among the red-hot coals, and
It bakes hard like a brick; and when it's
done, you simply crack tho shell off,
and out comes your roast, just prime!"
We at once set to work, and all wf ut
well enough till Corporal Harter camo
along. While Andy w as off for more clay,
and I was looking after more paper, Har
ter fumbled around our beef, saying he
did not believe wo could roast it that
"Just you wait, now," said Andy,
coming in with the clav; "we'll show
So we covered our beef thickly with
tough clay aud rolled tho great bail into
tho camp-lire, burying it among the hot
ashes and coals, and sat dow n to watch
it, while the rest of tho boys were boil
ing their coffee and frying their steaks
for dinner. The tire was a good one,
nnd there were about a dozen black tin
cups dangling on as many long sticks,
their several owners lounging about in
a circle, when, all of a sudden, with a
terrilic bang! amid a shower of sparks
and ashes, tho coffee-boilers were scat
tered to right and left, and a dozen
quarts of coffee sent' hissing and sizzling
into tho fire and our poor roast bcel
was a sorry-looking mess Indeed when
we picked it out of the general wreck.
o always believed that Hartor had
somehow smuggled a cartridge into that
beef of ours while our backs were turn
ed "Heeolteelions of a Drummer-boy,"
in St. A'lVio'a.'.'.
lu the Crimea two Tartars quarreled
on account of their common sweetheart,
and they agreed to set tie their troubles
iu their ow n way. Without any artili
cial weapons they met each other as tho
bucks do, striking each other with their
foreheads. They tuado half a dozen
rounds; blood tlowod from both of thorn
yet neither of the Tartars would yield.
After another furious round, ono of
them fell down exhausted. Being craz
od by defeat, he drew his knifo and cut
his throat on tho spot. The winner,
crowned with a wreath of bumps, re.
paired to his sweetheart whom lie now
. ... .jf. r i
Rheumatism, Neiira!(ia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Biuachc, lltiel.i'.hfi, hj'.hKhi!,
fcore Tliroiil, KmpIHiiu. Su.ixIiiv ltiuis.
Hiiilia. Nfiil.l. , I Kilo,
iMi i.i. ono-ii muni, I 'lis imi nun.
Soli b; inu'i'.i ml ii-i n i ... nc, ;i,i . i,..iu.
till-tl-'lt" III II l.ii.y.,MV n
THK I 11 A HI. l A. VtM.I I I I; O
u A . tuiU.i.11 1 " i k.lhi..rr. M l . I.N.
In f ver snit auue district, in t r i i c Al tiud otliur
reglnnB vlelioJ hv epld' mlcf, mid indued Id a I
loc:ltte wht-re ihe coadiii-m- a'e uti!avura' e t
tieslth, t'-ts fnmoui! vt-uctalilc 'nvlirnnt and a'-
tvrattvu, Uoiilfr' Mumsrb tiiiur', iias li en
f.iund a potent earnaard tvi-i, to If lile coiirii ii-.ton-
aud fragile franvs. while a cim for Ii di
(T"Mon, biliuuKDra aud kin. red coicp.aititF, 1 1
without a rival.
For tale bv all ditigtbi and dnlt-ra w.ttV.f.
JVUV 1! i I I 1 Ii 4 ?
A New and (.ompicto Hoti., frotjilnc on
Second slid Railroad Strfcu,
7 b l'aer.(;T !) pot ol the I'hli a.'o, St. I'i,f
aDil .ew Urlciin: 1 1 1 : no re l.ctitral; Wi'-ai!i. t
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
MoblK-and Ohio; Cairo aud ht. I.otim HailH,t
re an jtim acron ttis siri'pr; while tho sri-ainto.ai
I.andiiic i but ot.o C'liiarn d:i!liit,
Thi Hotel In hi-ati'd ty .!r;i'n, b i iipuil
l.auLdry, Hydraulic Elavatnr. Klrir:r ' 11 llolls
Antomailc Klro-Alarma. Biitb. abnolutclv imre air
pwrlect swerair and iomtle;i.' Kptmiutm'i tns
hai.erh fiitnishta'"; pvrfi-ct wrvicc; fcm; ac ur
I j. V. PAHKKH .V ')..
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
O D O M E rJ. K R
This tnnrnmetit t no larger than h watch. It
tl,i tho exact nuraricr, ol tnili-a d'ivn to iho
l-lootn fart of a mil.'; coiinta up to !,' mllef
water and clnn tiL-ht ; uhv iys in onl.'r; HiVf
horn?lrotn hnpg ovi.-drivi'n ; l v attiichi'd
to tho wheel of a Uuncy. Caniae, !u'ky, Wajoii,
Koad Cart, tulky Plow, Ki-aper. Mower, or other
vehicle. Invaluable to I.ivertmcn, I'lcsaurv
Drirer. Hiyflcliirji. Kitrnnr. Stirverurs, i'ray
men, KxpreMinen, Stitu-e Ownern. &c, I'ricn only
tVOIeach, one-tliird the price of any other lidoin
eter. When orderltii; give diameter of the wheel.
Went by mall ou receipt f price, pot pad.
Addrof MciiONNKLL (Jl)i'MKTKK CO.,
2 North La SaJlu ht., Chti-Hgo.
WSend for Circular. M-:iin.
State! f'onroo Sis., Chicago
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NKW ADVERTIHEM KNTS
Vlll.l'MKS, the clio'r.eat lilnrnllirn uf tho wurlil.
I'li-piii.' i atalniiui! free. Lowest price ever know n.
NOT Hold hy ilea era. Sent for exatniua ion bu-
ire payment ou evidence of uood raith
JOHN H. ALUO. I'ul.li-lipr,
' " H"X 17. 18 Vn-ey St., N. Y.
Mason tfc JlainlinOriransT
New illustrate;! catalogue, (10 tip.
Ito) fur Hcasoti f 18a,-., iiicluiliiiHr
many new style; the best assortment of
the best iupI must attractive organs we
lave evroirerml, and at lowest liric s,
$22 to StiOO, for cash, easy paymcnt.i or
rented. Sent free
Boston, IMTremontst: New York. 411 Kn-I Mlli at!
ChicuKo, 149 W'abaah at.
PIANOS and 0KGAX8
Are the finest iu TONE,
Are the lilies t in DESKiN,
Are the finest in W0RKMANSII11.
Send tor ( a alogua with mulc free
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY.
I'M Wahiiik'ton Street, Bfiton, Mum.
WORTH SENDING FORI
Iir. i. H. KCHKNCK bam Juat publlatiod a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
y Inch In offered FRKK, poet paid. to al! applicant.
It c.intainar'W.iaAIr tn'muriofi for all whomjpiioMt
tlienir'elveMatrlictJ wltb.or liable to anydiKUiiHeof
the tlirontor luiiKK. Montiori this paper. A di lree
Ur. t. II. M( HKNf K A K4IN, I'hlla.lelnhtia, l'a
iJtm i yuu uuA i'nyluA or tieru.uu iiuvkj
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. L0UI3. MO.
A 7't.iiliir ffriiiltmtai (f tun niedte it
roliefe-, ban Oeen oi Her enunved III tile Irellt-
tin iit of ('hroiiio, Nervou", Muii niol
IJlno.l l)'ea )h ,n anv other phvslrlm In
M. l.ouM, elly a...r .Uaw ,in, f nil ,,, r,,..
dents know, ( onsnitiitioii .. t otl'ri'e or ay mull,
free ami Invfleil. frlen.llv inlk or hi ,, ln;.n
rol not hi n l'. When It Is I neon veil lent tovl.lt
ihe rlty .or treatment, niedli'liies enn be pent
by mull or expr.'ts everywhere, t'nralde ca-e
irwaranteeil: wlo re doubt xl-ta II Is frankly
staled. Call or Write.
N'?rvot Prostratloa, Debility, Mental and
riisical Weakness, MorcuriaJ and othrr
affections of Throat, Skin and liones, Blood
m-.- ; --: T!lood Poisonin?, Skin Affee
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marringa, Ehcumatitro, Piles. Special
attention to cwi from over-worked braio.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Emens
Indulgea?;s or Exposure.
It In self.et blent bat n phvslrlan pavlnij
rartb-ular itii ntloii to aeini ol en-i i altulns
l! rent t.klll. hjhI ihv sietaiw In reajuhir piaellen
all over the eonntrv knov Ihk lhl, V-. n t ly
reeomnietid e.ieslo 'the olde-i oiliee In Atio rlea
when' every known ai.pllnnee Is refuted to,
anil the proved v.re.,1 i, m.'lle ol all
ie i,d i oimtrlei arw nn d. A hole bonie !
ii il loroiHee piii't ii, s, nnd all are United v. Itti
rklll In a renpeetful niiinner; nnd. knovlin;
w lint to do, no eii i Inn nt . are inade. Hilar,
count of Hie tie.'t number npplytim. the
rharifea are kept low. often lower ll.an I
demanded hv Diners If Von seenre the (.kl'l
and B' t a speedy and perl'e'et til w cure, Hint U
the Impoi'liiut ni illi v. I'utnphiet. Je piifles.
aenl tu any nddreis free.
pLATtfs. ! B ARPJASE GUIDE. I pages,
KlPtrntit elotli ai'd tilt Idiidlnir Pesled for W
rent, in po-t'itf'' or rnrrenev. liver titty won
'lerful pen pleliire-i. true to life arlli'leton tha
follow lint MilileeH. Wlioin4 nnirrv, bo not ;
hy? I'roier aire ti mam . Who tn.'irry llrit.
Jtaii hiKi.l. V oiioinbood. riiv-b al deeay. Who
Mould Hilar. . Uow life and liHpdties in.iv li
jttereiieit, 'I'bo,' TimiT'rd ,ir rontvniplatlti
Marrlni! should rend It. It mm ht to lie read
oy all ndnll per-ons., tin n kent under lock and
kev. Popular edition, smno a" above, lint paper
rover and tw pimfS. aii nult by tuall. In niomrf
ar poilaga. ,
Vf Twill r r' rwr firnnf rwnof Utr rouipUltit'
0vi,miv, 1" M-iiliwhi, Imliit'itl'in, (Vfntti'itli-B at C m-t im,,
. anaitit p-irt wiu. Wtiit'i rKfiMM I. if r t il!i, tipt tiisr .tine
timiar itri.ily r.nirilir with. Ttiry't (mrrW vaKt it iv au.,1
n-vrrfntl to give iatia.ftitln. P U.f V'mtt. l-.i-i. .mi
lnit.hu; wMi i.lh.SA cvctl. Kat i l,r U dnnrj.i.. fl-ntj . f
C.'uMrtU'.li t'i l ttniUtioftl. Th f ",'" Ut-L liilrr..l nuly l,y
JOHN ('. WK-T A Oi., ' A hi U iSn M,, Chkf
Health is W eaitii i
a riTut ut s
im ),. C. Wr.n's Nrttvn ami Hums Tupat.
MK.n r, ti tiiiiinnlil at'i't iUo for llynli-riti, IMrii.
noos, I oiiv.i .oni, l ila, liorvoiiM Noiu uliia,
lloiiiliu'lio, NervoiiM Prre trntitin rmiavil tiy ibr line
tifiileoli.il or lob'ieen, Wu!ofulnet'H, Mentiil ln.
pn'HMioii, Hofti'inii ni' iliii liiiiin rcatiltitm in in
amiity mill leiilniat l inii.iy, tlm'ny unit ('entli,
l'riiiiiof urn (M A,t tliirn tiiKwa, 1,ih t if power
in I'lllu'r kcx. Invnlnt'tvy lwaea nml HpoiniMt.
iirrliirn eiiuwil hv iiver-4iiirt inn of tlm brum, aid f.
nbiiHoor nver-iiiiliiltfiiuuti. I'jiih txn rontiiitia
ntio month a tmitmetit, l l.lnn tiox.oraix Imxea
forf'i.Ul.aiuit tiy mail pirn nil on roct'ipt, of prioo.
Hri a AltATKF. NIX 1IOXKN
To ptiro nny cnao. With eiuih orrlnr rxivoil bytia
for aix boxea. nccotiiiaiiiod with f,W, wo will
umiiI tiio pirnhftaerour vrittan Rtwnintwi U m.
fntiilthii money if iho trnitiniit uoea nut ellecf
euro. Guamii!a iaannd only by
1 lA'RItY W. SOIIUII.
Drumlat, Cor. Commirolal WiU it.,t'tJro
iwiirl rmwtly of ksscnllat oils
H eii.il'lilloli i:.iiu-
i no most pcnotratliiK I. nlment
7:'"' " V"1""""'11
known. So cnwiMitnitml that a
Back, Cranipi., Tooth-Arho.
DEDERICK'S HAr PRESSES.
c v.' .a. i? thecmuumor
VlV' .r'-"L ifK keepiiiKtlmon.
keeping the ona
Order nn trial, addreas for eircnlar and Inratton of
Western and Southern Storrtinuaea and A Kent a.
P. K. OEOERIOK it CO., Albany, N. Y.
I ilVUhl'hS - No pub mi, ; reHidenta of any
' Mute lienertini:, No.Miia,it. ,dvleu and
applieiittons ,jr atau.p. V, . .(? ', Alt'y, 'J3
llrootwav. N V. .
n lubvury towniu the Union
to sell tlie
1 A 1 ttc, Kmoke for fie
tlT HAVANA FILLfcli,
rn nrruireraauiv on iir 'Jlt,
Minipie lot of il.l doilv.
ered to any tart or tha
U.RrorHl. A. ndforour
terms, eto. tK'H.NTI.L Si
K'KAil. IiiillaniLiMilu. ImL
Swlft'a Spt cifif hn bien tha means of bringing
health iu:d hiippiness to thotintuU who were
pronouueud Inciirnble of llinod and Skill Pleeases,
IIKAIl THK WITNESSES!
Savtil from a Horrible Pintli.
l'tion to May laai I Imd spent nt I at five hun
dred dolliirx lor iriiitm t,i bv ninny of the beat
niedien' nieii, wlthmit any benefit I sulb ri'd ex
( rtirl.-itliitfly, nnd till in v beet fr'.et.d- nrlvte. d mo
tlialtheny hsnu of death was laet ajipr. arblnaT.
I i etiijlit ni N, S s. like a drowninc muu at
Btrnw. fier tu ui:' two botlea I eotiid feels,
chs' ue lor the belter. The son a le fun 'n dla
rba'K ' Creel and the lib tmtim to nbate When
I bail iik. n s:x bott t s every .or" bud h aled ai d
my skai l "ir n to nHiiuie foil' rii! appc rnnee I
perited until I hud ink, n Iweiv I oil es. lar'.-e
I K", mul Til K UK IS M)i A SVMI'Ti.m; t'KTllB
UIKASr. I KM A IN I Mi, and 1 Cell a- well na I
ever (Id. I toiv" us'tied iwentv-one pound in
flesh, and my frlenda w nukr al my imp oved con
dition. I liiivc r i or.m.eijdi d ittoniuny, and in
ever) ItiMtanre with eonipietu stieie.s. I bellevi)
that S. S. S. ha" f-ivi'd me from a I orilhle dentil .
('. II. SMU.KV, (i'l.nry 111.
I nm sure that Swift's Speriflr saved my life. I
wan terribly poleotu d wih Miliaria, and was g ven
np 'o die. Swift's Sp. citlc relit ved nie promptly
and finitely, t tliiiii It is the greatest remedy of
the nc:. C. ti. SP Nt'liH.
Hup . Gaa Works. Koine, (in.
Corn copy of theu:!e l,r. ,k tree.
Q t (fi HKWAIfD wi I be pli
I.iMMf ,V, W1 nnd. on nals
I n ntiv Ch mint
sis ol II i hiitll,,s
S S.S.otii pirtic ( ofn.ercun. lodldu tiotas.inm
or aii) mineral Mibstntice.
THK SWIKT SPECIKiC CO..
fjrawur 1, Atlanta, U.
! 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
II. Stkamala t Co., Cahio, III
Any lIonMkeepar to tha land ran repair tha Cook
gtova put In new Fir Harks, new Oratea and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all nrdwtr and btov Daalara.
Man rn Ctarioiwa. Muoictarcd only by
Kohoock, AtlJaataM Pin Bark Co.,
t9 Davarbora Street, hlcago
w''.:. A.st- i,.,.i aa
fstrr u vj f'Vi jrrr-
C 0 (XX
' CI1a l OUTOP ORDER.
i ( "i wn cnur" .j, . . .
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