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AN OLD-TIME LOVE STORY.
Tho linn il.l mansion of tint Allit-rglii
family, tinur (llucksttiilt, was brilliantly
ligliteil, tiin! the sound of music ami
dancing was Imrno ui the evening air
across tho rol.in. hicirklin waters of
tlio Klbo. That ni'ht a j:rniii ball was
sjivt'u by Count Frederick Albcrhi, thu
only remain in;: reiiro.sentstive of thu
tiolilo family whoso nann! lie bore. Tho
bu:bliiir was tiiRssivo utmie, high and
dark, iiroteeteil liv moat, ilraw-brido
am! battlf'incnt towers. U was a firm
nl'l feudal castle, built in the tirno of
Frederick II. Otit.sMe it looked rrranil
and riooiny; in-idn it was ablnzo with
lights and rcibdi-ut with the jierfnmes
of choice llowers, which wen; scattered
in profusion, not only about the laro
rcccitin saloon, but in all the smaller
apartments, which were thrown open
to the quests.
In a little room, far leniovcd from tho
rest, in the eastern tower, stood two
persons a young man, remarkably
handsome, though there was an expres
sion of deep care upon his face, and a
lady. Tho lady was not remarkably
handsome just now, as she listened to
her champion with drooping eyig; in
deed, most people would call her simp
ly pretty until she raided her cxprcs
sie, dark blue eyes and the brilliant,
ylph-lik smilo broke over her face.
The two were standing talking care
lessly together, the lady leaning against
tho heavily carved oaken window
frame, and tho oung man standing
nearly opposite her, c.ui-vi ng a iright
liVed falcon perched upen hii wrist.
"So, Count Albcrgh:, you will bo re
membered for a lonir wu.le ns the
young noblo who gave tne inu-t den
did ball as yet ever attended." Tho
lips of tho young man curled, and he
" That is surely a name worth gaining
at hiiv price."
'Of course," i-aid tin; lady. "lint
wny so scornful about it?''
"You know, Lady Lena, tiiat I care
onlv for your approbation; then the
ball is given only in honor and to
please you, whoso (ilightct w ish I would
gratify at any expense."
"Alas, Count Albergbi, I am told
that a do.i-n times each day."
"l'robably; but the word do not
come from the heart, as mine do."
l'uoh," said the lady. "Tney all
"Very well, Lady Lena; I may some
lime bo able to prove lie' truth of my
words. 1 have been a foul. 1 or three
ears I have hung upon your accent,
fu. tilled your every wd.-h, a far as lay
in my power. My fortune which was
ample 1 laid at tour feet, that you
might have every pontile want Ftip
plied; and in return for this devotion I
Lave received nothing hut coldness aud
scorn. You know that I lovo you as
few men love with my whole heart and
soul yet you scorn nie. You are rich
and noble. I still love you as madly as
ever, but tonight is the la-l lime I how
before, yoti. This oiice I plead, Lady
Lena, to be shown some kindness. For
the last time 1 offer you myself. Wiil
you accept rue?''
Lady Lena turned very pale as sho
listened to the rapid, passionate words
uttered by tho umng man who knelt
be I'm e her. Her eyes grew dark with
some inward feeling, but her words de
stroyed I he faint hope wiric.i had risen
in his heart at the gentle cxprcsnion on
"Oh, rise, Count Frederick for 1
know this is all nonsense - instantly.
To-morrow you will bo beside mo as
usual, and tho next, and overy day,
just as you have been for years." Tho
young man rose, and in answer to her
taunt, only bent his head and tenderly
stroked tho glossy head and neck of tho
bright eyod bird on his wrist, who
lookrd from one to the other, as if in
quiring what was going on. l'iipicd nt
his silence, tho lady exclaimed:
"Where now is your boasted love?
I say a bitter thing to you and you do
"I cannot forget mvself so far as to
retaliate to a woman'
"No," said she, "but you can sneer.
You sneer and stroke your falcon,
which I know possesses more of your
boasted lovo than I do."
"Joannetto never wounds; me," ho re
plied. "In return for my caresses she
does notgivo mo hitter coldness."
"Perhaps sho would if she could
speak," persisted thu lady.
"Actions, Lady Lena," said lie,
"speak louder than words."
Tho girl's eyes flashed, and sho
turned to tho door, but paused as she
uearod it, and, looking over her should
er, said contemptuously: "1 suppose
tho cause of your love for that hud is
because sho onco bolongcd to somo
former lady lovo."
Tho tono was very insulting, and this
time tho young man raised ids head
with flashing eyes, and his words wore
rapid and indignant.
"You aro right," lie replied. "This
falcon belonged to a noblo lady, whoso
kind, womanly hoart scorned to Inflict
a wound upon tho meanest creature;
who trampled not under foot honorable
lovo offered her, as if it wero a dls
graceful thing. Ono whom I lovod do
votodly, and who, had sho been uiiablo
to return the affection offered nor,
would have rejected it with considerable
"Why, then, don't you return to this
paragon of toudornoas and vlrlueP"
encored tho lady.
She would willingly soothe my
wounded spirit," ho replied, "but the
ithout another word Lena sued
from tho room, her brain on lire, her
eyes full of tears. Could Frederick
liavo seen her as she, leaning far out of
a window, weening bitterly, he would
have forgiven tint bitter words. As it
was, they parted in anger.
Left alone, Frederick paced up and
down tho room. In his despair ho
murmured aloud: "1 have been a drive
ling fool a madman. For three years
I have devotud my time, heart, and for
tune to tho Rervico of this heartless wo
man. Ono day rewarded with smiles
tho next with frowns. To-morrow,
when tho bills aro paid for debts incur
red for this night, 1 shall bo absolutely
penniless. Yes, to-morrow my furni
ture, horses, and plato wili bo sold, mv
servants discharged, and all that will
remain to mu is this old castle, and my
faithful nurse, Margaret, who will not
leave me, and my falcon. This build
ing, now ringing with the sounds of
music, dancing, and merry laughter,
will bo closed, to become tho sanctuary
of rats and ow ls. For myself, I shall
withdraw from society, and in this
small, gloomy tower support my pov
erty and despair as best I may. I have
been worse than foolish I havo been
wicked. Hut this repining will not do.
I must rejoin my guests."
So saving Frederick replaced tho fal
con on his perch nenr the window, and,
forcing a gay smile and careless air,
sauntered into tho ball room, and from
that time till the company left ho was
seemingly the gayest of the gay.
"Quick, Su-ian! fasten the uudice and
bring me my hood and mantle and the
thick shoes!" exclaimed Lady Lena;
then added, impatiently, "You'il havo
to pin this handkerchief and apron
string, for my hands tremble so 1 can
not do anything.'' Tho maid obeyed,
and soon her young mistress stood be
fore tho eicgaut mirror, laughing to seo
herself in complete peasant s attiro.
."Will anybody know me, Susan?"
she asked, laughingly, as sho drew tho
hood over her lace.
"No, indeed. Lady Lfna," replied the
maid; "if I hadn't seen you dress I
should not know vou myself."
"Then I am off."
And, suiting the action to the word,
tho graceful Lady Lena ran out of tho
room and down stairs in a very undig
nified way. In the garden she was met
by a lover of Susan's, who exclaimed:
" Tears to me wo aro in a monstrous
hurry, Mistress Susan. Can't you stop
to give a fellow a moontido kiss?"
"Away with you!" sho exclaimed.
"You shall have two kisses when I
come back, if you won't stop me now."
"Good bargain, Susan," said he, "I
havo not much to do, anil will wait by
the gale till you come back.
Away sped Lena. After a pretty
long, rapid walk she reached Castlo
Albergbi, and, entering by a low pos
tern door which sho found open, ruado
her way to the door of the tower, whero
she saw old Margaret seated.
'Good uoon, iJaine Margaret," said
Lena. Tho old woman raisod her head,
and, recognizing Susan, Lady Lena's
favorite waiting maid, she returned a
very sulky greeting.
"Don't bo cross. Margaret," she con
tinued. "I've got a beautiful note for
your young master from my lady."
"You needn't come here with it then."
"aid Damn Margaret. "Your lady's
notes have brought sorrowenough tothis
"Hut, Margaret, I was sent to deliver
it and receive an answer, and I dare
not go back without it; it would cost
me my place, and you wouldn't bo so
cruel as that to a poor girl who has
uever done you any harm." Hera Le
ua began to sob, and Margaret arose,
"You have never done mo any harm,
so give mo the note and let mo take it
up-tairs iiuickly." The note was pro
duced ami Margaret gruiublingly took
it tip-stairs, muttering as she did so,
"Much good, much good it will do my
poor young master. It isn't sealed
very closely and if I could read it I
would open it, and then if there was
anything in it to wrong him, I'd sooner
put mv hand in tho tiro than give it
to him' Hy this time she had roachod
the second story and had knocked at tho
"Come in," said Frederick, who was
seated by the window reading. Ho
looked up as the old woman entered and
asked what sho wanted.
"A noto for you, sir," she replied.
Tho young man's face turned a shado
paler, and his hand slightly tromblod
as ho took the delicate perfumed noto.
A moment ho paused, overcome by his
feeliugs, then impetuously tore it open,
and read the following words:
"Lady Lena Erfurt, being about to
visit England for several years, desires
to have tho pleasure of meeting onco
more her friend, Count Frederick Al
bcrgh!, who has so mysteriously with
drawn himself from society. Sho will
do herself the honor of dining with him
this day at 6 o'clock."
A spasm passed over the young man's
face, as ho murmured "onco more."
Then, turning to Margaret, ho said:
"What is there in thu house to oatP"
"As good as nothing.sir," rejtiled tho
faithful woman, "for there is only scraps
left from your breakfast."
"That's bad, Margaret," said ho,
"for I have no money, not a single
krout.cr, and hero is a note from Lady
Lena luformiii'' mo that sho will dine
with mo to-day. '
"Shu musnt como, dear sir! There
Is nothing io ejvo her." Frederick
soemed lost in thought. Suddenly lie
raised his head.
"I have It now," said I10. "You must
servo up my poor Joaiinetui hero. It Is
all 1 can do.
"Oh, master! What, roast this poor
bird you havo loved so long, and which
belonged to "
"Hush, Margaret, not another; only
do us I bill you. Servo tho bird up as
best you can. Have tho table laid
for two in tho old dining-room, having
It ready precisely at 5. VI1011 the lady
arrives summon mo, and servo dinner
Immediately, i shall ho in mv chamber,
to which I shall now retire. Margaret
dared not remonstrate, but sobbing and
wrtugiug her hands sho went down
stairs. Lena had watched hor coming
with intense anxiety.
"What is tho matter, MargaretP Has
anything happened to your master?"
" 'Deed there has," woefully an
"WhatP" said Lonn. "Speak wo
man." Oh, only he's gone clean demented.
You bring a note from your haughty 1
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
m stress, who ourht to bo drowned In
tho Elbe, for she always makes troublo
for my duar young master.ono of whoso
fingers is worth more than all her body;
made him waste all his fortune, so that
now ho is ns poor as Job, nud now
makes him kill his beautiful falcon." A
triumphant smile now llashed into tic
eves of tho false waiting woman, and
sho asked, "How so?"
"Why, you see, Mistress Susan, your
lady is coming to dine with him, and
there is nothing in the house, neither
victuals, nor even a kreutzer, so ho has
ordered the falcon to be roasted for
your wicked lady's dinner."
"I have no doubt it will make capital
eating," laughed the girl.
''Out upon you," said Margaret.
"You are as heartless as your mistress.
Go back to her and tell her she is wel
come. 1 hopo tho bird may stick in
her throat and choke her.unfeeliug wo
man that sho is."
"Oh, don't take on so, Margaret. I
am sorry your master is so poor, but ho
will offer my lady a dish valuable for
its rarity, for I warrant mo sho has nev
er tasted roast falcon before." Marga
ret's only answer was to throw herself
into a chair and sob, Tho disguised
Lena approached her.
"Don't feel so sad. but tell mo whv
should Count Frederick caro so much
for tho poor bird?"
"Don t you know that? Why, it be
longed to his blessed mother," who is
now an angel in heaven." Tears filled
Lena's eyes, and sho said:
"Well, I didn't know that, and it is a
real shamo to roast tho bird, and if vou
will keep it a secret I'll help vou. Give
me the bird and I'll take it homo and
send you another in return. Your mas
ter will bo nonotho wiser." Margaret's
face lighted up, and earnestly thanking
tho girl she left the room nnd soon re
turned with the falcon, closely hooded,
which sho gave to tho false Susan, who
went off with it
Punctual to tho minuto came Lady
Lena, and never had sho looked more
lovely or been dressed with so much el
egance and taste. Margaret, with a
sullen air, ushered her into tho dining
room, where Frederick came forward
to meet her. Ho was struck with her
fresh, winning appearance, a bitter
change to bo wrought in so few weeks.
Hi3 greeting was frigidly polite, aud
hers particularly genial and kind.
Tho dinner was soon served, and
Lena shuddered as she glanced around
tho long, dark, unfurnished room, seen
last brilliantly lighted and decorated
and filled with sprightly guests, aud bo
fore whom groaueda table covered with
every luxury the season afforded and
money could buy. What a contrast.
Now all the gorgeous hangings, furni
ture, pictures, silver, glass and lights
were gone, and in their places stood in
tho empty room a small deal table,
bearing two covers andonedish of meat.
With ail his old grace of manner Fred
erick led Lena to the table and took his
place opposite to her. The meal was a
bilent one, for Frederick was abstracted,
and Lena so overcome by everything
around her that she could scarcely re
press her tears, As they arose from tho
table the Count said:
"I am sorry, niadamo, to offer you so
poor a repast, but"
"Don't speak of it, Count," hastily
interrupted Lena.atl'eetin a gayety suu
was far from feeling. "It was cnai ining
so new; and 1 never tasted a more
"I am happy to find that I havo
pleased you," said Freder.ck; "Mil a
low 1110 in an Uctercnec to our t:ie, to
correct one mistake the bird you have
partaken of was not chicken but my fal
"Your pet falcon?" said Lena, in af
"The same, madamc," ho replied.
"Frederick," sho exclaimed, end tho
tono 111 which his name was uttered
c:iuel rrederii'k to start, lie was dumb
with surprise when he saw the haughty
Lena bur.it into tear, but before ho
Could recover his self-possession Lena
stood before him erect and pale.
"Frederick, to-day we part forever,"
said she, "and before we do so I must
obtain your forgiveness. You havo al
ways treated me with respect nnd love,
and I I have repaid your devotion
with coldness and scorn. ' Will you for
"Mo.,1 certainly," coldly answered
Frederick, making a great effort to sub
due tho passion her unwonted gentle
ness had roused. "1 loved you, and
probably by my unceasing "devotion
wearied you. I needed a lesson, and I
have learned it. I could not expect ono
who did not love mo to "
"Stop there and listen to me," said
Lena, "and if my confession, made in
this hour, seems unmaidenly.lct my ex
cuse bo that it is the only reparation in
my power. I am wealthy tne wealth
lest woman in all Germany, it is said.
From my childhood 1 have feared to be
loved for my wealth, and with my
earnest nature I knew that a marriage
without love would ho death. People
whom I counted my warm, sincere
friends told me that my riches wero all
you cared for tiiat you lavished your
comparatively little wealth upon mo
only the more surely to gain possession
of my princely fortune. I did not bo
lievo them, but I wished to try you. in
my cautiousness 1 went too far, too far;
for I have lost what I valued more than
life your love."
"Lena, Lena, bo careful," said tho
"I am past care for anything now,"
she replied. "To-morrow 1 leave for
England, never lo roiurn. I could not
go without asking you to forgive me;
w ithout tolling you, as the only balm I can
idler, that if 1 made you suffer 1 suffered
also, and perhaps more acutely, for I
was called henrtless.eold, unprincipled,
l',v tho only being 1 ever loved in tlio
v.orld, ihat 1 "
She could say no mora for sho was
c.aspod In eager ai ms and covered with
tmssionato kisses. A few minutes sho
ay ihero, then freed herself, all blush
ing and tearful, from her lover's cm
brace. A moment she left tho room,
tlion returned, bearing a basket which
sho gave to Frederick. On oponinglt his
falcon flow out. Hosting her beautiful
head on Frederick's shoulder sho said:
"Tako nie, dear Frederick. I vleld
myself to you, overcome by your' lovo
and unselllsh dcvoiiou.actually brought
to hand by your falcon. "
An undertaker of Detroit, Michigan,
Is charged with cutting tho hair from
pauper dead uud selling it to tho wig-umkmn.
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Are the finest in TONE,
Are the fluest in DESIGN,
Are the linest in WORKirANSHIP.
Send for Ca'aloiruo with manic freo.
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
008 Washington Street, Boston, Mhpb.
WORTH SENDING FORI
Iir. J. U. KC'riKNCK has )iwt rutiliahed book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
which lHoflerwl FHKK. rxi nJl.to all apillrant.
It O'hUinisr.ifi.dM.. rmao.'n for ail whollpKe
lliuuiixilveH aillictiyl wlltl.or luilile to any diwwwiof
lite UinuUorlmirH. Slcution this paiwr. Addrma
Dr. J. II. NCIIKMrS A (, l-hlluilrlnhla, !,
(,IM4 (J yuu ukA i'niuA or linwn Axtk.) y
WWW A JJ
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. ritliir Ci ni 1 mil of twrt nieillenl
ColJe, h.i-. iMfii Wiu'rr eimai.'.'.l in tli,. ii-,ar-iiH
nl of 'liroitif, Nervous, Itiu un.l
Jtloeicl lilsr.i'.es ihaii aev orln r jilivHlel.'in In
St. Louis, in city h in sbv anil all old reii.
ti nts know. ( o.'iMill.ii ton ,.i nili,-,' i,r fcy mull,
free an. I Invited. A friendly tinker lil,Mptl.,n
cots nolliliij;. When It Is Ineo'iv c njenl to visit
the eliy .nr treatuii lit. rii.'il li-tn. s can lie sent
hy mall or expn-sa i-verv here, ( nraiile i a-es
iriiur.iiiti'eil ; w here iloiiht cxlita It Is I'rank'ly
niiied. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mnntal and
'ical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affertioasof Throat,Skin and Bones, Blood
Imriurit''"' arid Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, o.il lueti and Ulcers, Impodimonts to
Marrifgt, Rheumatiftn, Piles, Spscial
attention to cases from over-worlrad brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excessetj
Indulgences or Enposurs.
It Is silf-ev.eiit that li pliyslelmi pnylnir
parlleular tllentlnii lu a elns ol enses aitalns
si'eat --Mil. iui'1 1 1 v sleluns III reunlar praellrii
all over 1 lie country knowliiK thU. freipintly
reeomiih'tid eases to the oplesl olllee In America,
where eery known l I itn"- Is resorted lo,
ami the provi-it troml rnif(liM of all
sues and ei'iintrles ai-tf lei il. A whole lion"1 lr
iim .I forotliee imrisis. s, and nil arelrcateit wltn
Fklll In n resieeti'nl manner; and, knowtni,
what lo do. no experl nun Is are made, iiiiii'
connl of the ureal ininitier n I y 1 11 ir. Ilui
rharues are kept low. olten lower than li
ileioanded hv others 11 vou secure the skl'l
and net a speed v and perfect li I., cure, thai li
the luiporlaiit ' matter. 1'ainphlet, W pugci,
sent to uny addreaa tree.
KU-Kiint cloth and irilt IdinlliiB. Peale.lforW
cents lii po-taye or currency. I Iver lllty won
derful pen pictures, true In life artlelesoii Hid
follow lni sulicct, ho ma marrv. w ho not;
v hv V I'roper us-e t-iinai rv . ' W ho "marry t' r it.
liiiihoo.l, nuianhiHi'l, 1' hvsli al decay. Who
uliinilil iiini'i'v. How life ami happiness may lm
increased, '1'ltn.e married or cniitliipl:itlli
loan i In u should rend II. It onuht lobe read
ov all adult persons, then ki-ft under link ami
k"V, Popular edition, same n. nlmvo, lint paper
"er and sm) paKi". s cents h mall, lu uiuuuir
Vf r. will )v th lUvr rfwtrd (-r any cm of l.Wtr Cnmplklnt
f?U, Ht-k Hmiiwlia, ItiiiittfiUnn, (.'ontii(4tliii nr (Vtlvni,
wh . amioi curt wiUi Wmt'i Vtit-niiir .vr I'llti. whn tht Arc-tl-niiir
ttrlitly nmpliud with. Ihcyurt jmrtly Vielalpf,ji.i
Bvrfil to k(v MlUfkctlon, H'ifl.r I'mttml, I.ttrif Ihiii-i.vm
UlnluK nlu 'A rvtili. Kr kI Uv ll druk'k'l'l if
counlttUlli ftt.il ln-iutl..tn. Tli p"iml)it niiiiiifmtiirf.l nly .7
JOHN V, VJT A fo., M A 1-4 W. rvU.,n Si , CliUrfc
Vrfvtriid (.!. uul ly mtil jifiai.icu ru'Utuf a J wultitiup.
Health is Wealth !
Dit K. C. Wkht'h Nkiivk and Huaim Tiifat.
mk.nt.ii KiiiiriintiH'd Hnm'itin for Hysteria, Dirai,
msis, ConviilhionH, litn. Nnrvima Nouraltia,
lleinliii'lio, Nervous Prontrntiou enuitcsl liy llm usu
(ifnloohixl or tobacco, Wiikefulneea, Miiutnl l)o
ireiiHon, MofiiMiiinr of th llmin rowiltltm jn in
Himity 11ml Inmlniif to misery, iliM'iiy mnl ilenth,
J'reinnluro Old Ao, llurrciiiiesn, Loss of power
ill dither Rex. Involiintnrv Lohnkh mill Snonnnt.
(irrhii'iieuuseil liyovor-oxortion of theliruin.self.
nhiiHoor over-imliilnnnoo. Kacli box roninma
mo month' trcntniMiit, $l,nia bnx.oraix Wx
for J.'i.U), Kent by mail prop ud ou roooiptof price.
HK (.1UHAXTKK MIX HOXDH
To cure any cnao. With ooh onler iwioiTwl by ns
lor rix Imixiw. auoompauiiHl with fiuii, w will
Mini tho iinreliKscrour writtnn Hrnnt4B to rn.
fuml thu money If tlio tnntinent doesuoteflocl
euro, tluurnutee usuiHlonly by
1IAKRY W. SOHUII.
DruutUt, Cor. Commercial sto. A I8ta at.CallO
A powerful relii-aUunoniii"
loscd mostly of Kssentiiii Oils
Tho most penetrritiwr Untnumt
hBnmi. s-' i " v" j'
cti per bottle
Heeplne the on
(rilerontrliil,ail(lre for circular tnd location of
Western aio) Southern Storehouse! and Affents
P. K. DEDERICK A CO., Albanyj W. Y.
1 JIVOHCK.s. No publicity; residents of uny
J' MHtu Desertim;, Nou Supp.rt. Advice anil
application for stamp. W. 11. LKK, Atl'v 19
Ilronlway, N. V.
"luovory town In thefuloa
1 e, Smnko f'ir firt
Havana Kii.r i i.
.croiicrAatice one rej
fflfcrftaitiv one Tet
mule lot of
end to any imrt of iha
ternm, eto. SCII.N'UU. a6
k'k 111 Im.IO.m II., I...I
-)uiojib iot or a.l Ueliv.
Il ia heen more iledtriictlve jto human health and
Hie than war. pesti ence and famine romliiued."
ho said a iiisilnu'iliiiod writer many year ai;o,
and t la as true tn-ilav as tlv n. Thu p,,ur victim
of illmirt Disease is ilriigBed with Mercury to cure
the malady, and turn dosed with Iodide's to cure
him nl the Mercurial I'ldsonlt, ; hut instead ofaBy
relief, the first liruaks iluwn his teneml hea th and
makes Ulm a cripple, and the other rulnahiadl
Kestivu oruana. To those afflicted in this way
Mwilt t SpeciUe Is the ercatesi hoon on i unh. and
is worn, more than Its weight In gold. It antidotes
this MniciirlHl l'olson, tones up thesmein, and
hrltius the auffercr hack to health and h itipiness.
, r- ui.ru rttiivaieo snouill
hy ad ni, ana tiike a thorouuh course of this remedy.
, .Ikkkk tsoNvit.t.irivmiis C.a.
rlvp years ayo 1 found on my pla-itatnm a co
or. d man who was hadly rtlsuased. lie stated
that live M ars before he had contracted a violent
cu e of lllood l'olson, and had bueu tn ated hy
many physicians, uli I'nilli.u to cure him. 1 treat
ed him w ith Swift's .specific, aud in a short time
he was soutm and well, a'id has not had a run.
totn of the disease aiuce. U. M. IlL'lillES
(Hie I'eiit'ctniin who had been enflned to his
bed six weeks with Mercurial liupuinatlsm has
been cured entirelv, and sneaks In the hlirbeet
praise of S. H. 8. t'lIII.KS x, PlilillY,
will he paid to any Clieintst who will find, on
a' slysisof ion l ollies of 8. K. S , ouo particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral nib
"lance. THE SW'IKl'SI'KCIFIc CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Write for the little IIoou, which will be
1'rlce: Small slzi
size (h dd: in doilMo
linguists sell It.
, JI Oi per hollle. Largs
quantity) 1.7S bottle. All
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
H. IStkamala tt Co., Caiim, III
ruoniisTOit of srirnkTU patent
let' UY TI1K CAW LOAD OR TON, WELL
I'AUIfKl) FOR HUUTINO
2nv LoadH iv Hpocinltv.
Oor.Tweli'th Street aud LoYee.
' . la I. . al outof order.
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