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lion. GEO. W. HILL,
uemocratic candidate for Sute Senator, will
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Cairo, raturdat, Nov. i;7 p. m.
The Haunted Koom.
One day as May and I came in from a
walk, a riding-party were startinc out from
the Hall. Miss liossel, In an exquisite tiabit,
was standing with tier hand on her cousin's
Bliouldcr, and her fi.ance directed towards
the horses whoso rein he held.
"I cannot ride her, Indeed, Hernion dear.
She looks perfectly vicious to-day. Let me
have Duwdrop; the others can start while
the saddles aru being changed, and we can
Boon overtake them."
"She wants to ride with Hernion alone,"
said May In an undertone to me. "She does
not like Miss Ilraham, the dark girl on the
grey horse. Nurse said because she saw her
onr-e talking to Hernion "
"Hush, dear I"
'What nonsense, Floral" said Mr. Kossel
impatiently. "Cora Is as free from rice as
any lamb; she Is a little fresh, that is all.
Come, Jump up P
"I won't. Do you want to kill your cous
"Miss Lucas, you can ride, you say
should you be afraid to mount this horse?"
Mr. KoHsel turned to mo suddenly with an
noyance on his fare.
"Indeed I should not." I said, stroking
the pretty bay's head admiringly.
"Have you a habit? Could you be ready in
five minutes?" lie asked, still speaking im
patiently. "Yes, do, Miss Lucas; I will be quite good
with nurse," chimed in May; and, forgetful
of everything but the chance of a breezy
gallop once again, I flew upstairs and put
on my habit
It was the old habit In which I had scoured
the fields and moors around our country
home before my father died; how at home
In it I felt lis I sprang upon the pretty bay's
back, and gathered up reins once again in
Mis RosBel, mounted upon a sober-looking
chestnut, her cousin on a splendid black,
and a timid fair little man upon a piebald
animal, were waiting for me.
w'i'H nie ll,trtKll"6 Mr- Laurence to you,
Miss Lucas," said Flora Jiossel, indicating
the little fair man. "He will take care you
don t break your neck If you do Just as ho
But ; whatever Mr. Laurence was essaying
to tell me was lost by a sudden rearing of
my Impatient bay; then a plunging te rlht
2V:lbUi wlHhei have her heai
, own the avenue, and sh darted forward.
..ti ? .?u k!!ow what 'ou Bro about,"
yvL Ml';iu?u1' v?lce c,ose at n,yide.
your " U r C"tro1' hBVe not
"Oh, perfectly. Can she Jump?" looking
longingly at a fair stretch of grass with a
qulck-et hedge beyond.
A'Try her," smiled he.
.,60uI,llt11!!!;1,dlht an(lsn Md the
black alighted side by side like two birds
over the hedge-side by side they kept even
jac along the field beyond, and over the
next railing and ditch.
Never had I such a charming ride ns that
one; It was like enchantment, and with the
soft breeze In my face, the rapid and ex
hilarating motion, the delightful companion
hip, I forgot Mr. Laurence's and Miss Hos
tel's very existence I forgot that I was a
jrovnrneha i jurgoi inai me neia anything
in uio wvria line sorrows, or proprieties
and my cheeks glowed, and my eyes spark-
ieu. unci inv siunis rose iniiii nivtmimiA rnn
gaiiy on, as it x una Known Mr. Ilossol all
my mo ; ami ne, looKing admiringly at mo,
tiilklnir as If h pntnvcfl fvr thln.r i ,.i,i
,-, ' . - .-.J.....f A
rodo close at my side, over the breezy moor,
over neuge ana aitcn ana fence, then with
slackened sneed alone oulet lnnns. until n
reaniea nome again in tne twilight, audi
had never seen Mr. Laurence, or Mln kou
sel, or anyone of Die party since we started.
"Oh, it has been delicious I" I said with a
great sign oi enjoyment as Air. llosscl tie n-
ea mo uown.
"I think so " lin ronlloil with n loiiir liuiL-
"We must have many more such rldos."
'Oh, how kind and good of you I"
'And unselfish?" detaining my lingers as
"Yes, very unselfish of yon to leave all
your other friends aim come witn rue,"
'Do you understand unselfishness to mean
doing the thing one likes best m the world?"
.o, or course not," confusedly.
"Then I am not unselfish. I fear. Miss
Lucas-not unselfish in this case, at any
"You are verv kind." I stnmmprpd. color.
Ing wildly under his glance, and he laughed
again as I ran away.
Just as the schoolroom ten was over. IWIsa
Rossel entered In a black velvet dinner
dress. With nearls nnon lior hnr upplr nnd
arms, nnd a look of utmost gravity upon her
Shutting the door cautiously after Mav.
who was leavlug the room, she began :
i nave come as a friend to speak a few
warning words to you, Miss Lucas. You are
very young, I believe?"
Onlv eighteen." I answered, with inv
heart sinking from Its late too high position.
"And verv Inexperienced nnd nnsoTiliKtl.
cated, I hope, or you certainly could not
have done the Improper thing-made your
self the laughing-stock you did this after
"If you did It throiiL'li Iffiiorancfl niiri will
faithfully promise me that nothinirof the
kind shall ever occur a','iiln, I will keep it
secret from inv aunt, because I nm sorrvfnr I
and like you; but unless vou can faithful v
give me this promise, Miss Lucas, I must
tell her nil and leave her to decide if VOll
are fit to be a governess to any little girl.
You do not wish t leave here?"
"What did I do so dreadful?" I faltered.
turning red and white, and hot and cold, at
the Idea of leaving Yoxley Hall.
'Mirely you are not stun d enough tobavo
to ask me that. Do you think it was a prop
er thine for anv trovornesstn lenvn liermmll
and dau oJT for a rido without permission
at a gentleman s invitation on v? Do vou
think It was a tironer thlnrr for nnv l:ul v tn
do, to leave the whole of the party, ard tear
across country, compelling one gentleman
to accompany her?''
Indeed. I never compelled I never even
asked, or thought Mr. Rossel would come
too," I broke In eagerly.
She smiled in the height of scorn.
"Was he likelv to let his net mare be rid.
den to deatli by a bad rider like you without
looking after her? You knew very well,
Miss Lu' as, that when you dashed over that
hedge my cousin would come too."
'unucea, nnu indeed "
"It was the most forward thine I evor saw
done; but still, because you are so young,
and so silly, and so una' customed to good
society, I will excuse you this once.
"Of course you have made yourself a
laughing stock among all the men here my
couln first and foremost, and they can liavo
very little respect for you."
Was ho laughing at me? Had he no re
spect for me?
1 colored deepest crimson at the thought,
and I said unhappily;
"I promise you, Miss Rossel, It shall never
"Thatlsrlghtj then on this condition I
will not tell my aunt what would certainly
make her turn you away without any testi
monials. And without testimonials from
your first, how could you obtain another
"Do you see? governesses cannot be too
careful men are always ready to amuse
themselves with them if they are silly
enough to let them. But if you want to get
married, Miss Lucas " turning suddenly
as she reached the door.
i con i want to get married," cried I in
dignantly. Hie smiled as one who knew better, nnd
continual, heedless of my Interruption:
"You should quietly encourage a plain
honest man like Mr. Laurence. Ho is in
want of a wife; he has-yes, really-come
homo from India on purpose to find one, and
he was quite willing to pay you attention
tins afternoon if you had not made such a
goose of yourself.
"However, I dare say that, if you play
your cards well, you may have a chance of
catching him even yet."
"A chance ! Play my cards well 1" I echo
ed In hottest indignation. "Miss ltossel, if
I am silly and unsophisticated, ami and
forward, as you think, I am not the kind of
girl to try and catch anybody. 1 would
rather live and die single a thousand times."
"Indeed ! I thought you were trying very
hard to catch this afternoon," she said, with
a significance- that made my blood boll, and
then she left me.
1 had so much to tlibik of that night when
I went to bed that 1 forgot to Inspect my
cupboards as usual before putting my light
Indeed the rumor of the ghost had nearly
faded from my mind, and the remembrance
of It never troubled me as I worried myself
about Miss Rossel's Insinuations.
Did Mr. Kossel thlnk-oh, hateful thought I
that I wanted to catch him thut I was ang
ling for a husband?
Indeed, and Indeed I would prove to him
differently, and so resolving, I fell asleep.
it seemed to me that I had only been
asleep for a few minutes (but It might have
been a few hours) when 1 woke up sudden
ly, and the Idea that aroused mo was that
somebody was In the room, yet I remember
ed I had locked my door securely; but still
I was sure of it-I was not, as I had been,
I sat up In bed, and peered through - the
darkness and llsteiied-nothingto see, noth
ing to hear.
I sank down again upon my pillows, and
tried to compose my trembling sulf, and my
beating heart, and close my eyes, but they
would open again; and then crossing the
dark room they saw a gleam of light, and
suddenly a blaze flashed out.
There by my tablo In tho centre of tho
room stood a figure of unearthly height and
unnatural whiteness; long trailing garments
flowed round it-long whito hair flowed up
on them, whllo a hand, shadowy, long, and
spectral-looking, was stretched out to light
Jay candle, and as with a shudder lnvolun
tanly I glanced down to where tho other
ha nd should 1. I Baw that it was not there.
i could not have moved hand or foot had
iny life depended upon It I cculd not even
-oni kn,fe or "Kt, and I saw It
gleam as she passed the light, moving slow-
w. . ,u?tle or BIJU,u1' tom me.
frmJ ,Lhw,d k,,lt dow" m,,i ,uco t'tmad
tZ 1 1' SWJ!!!111 rc'"d the
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CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY jMORNINU OCTOBER 20 1884
mirror overhead ; a face of livid pallor nnd
unnatural longtn, out or wtncli flushed eyes
that looked like burning coals, ns they were
nxeu upon mine watcning me apparently.
Slowly, slowly, she drew the daggor along
her cheek, feellntr lis keen blmlH. nmi thi
with a deep quivering sigh, turned suddonly
lowaras me. ,
lint at that moment out on the terrible
silliness rang the bark of one of the dogs
Oiit-Kle. and with a start and a trnmhia tha
ghost moved, gliding with noiseless swift
motion to mo opposite wan, and then van
ishing, utterly and Instantly, without sound
Recovering a little from my paroxysm of
terror, i sat up in Deu again, and glanced
round the room, but onlv the cnnriiii,ri,t.
cd assuredly by other fingers than mine
was mere 10 ieu or. tne awrul visitant
In all other resnects the room utsni
risely as I had left It and I might have had
a lenriui uream.
I tried to persuade myself that I had.
I tried to think that .Ma's account wi cn
Impressed my mind as to produce n. wnvimr
or a sleeping delusion, and when I could
screw up enouirh couraua to trv
nnd found It locked, and when I examined
the cupboards nnd found them m.rf
empty, save for my poor dresses, I declared
to myself that the ride must have upset my
nerves, and I had had a bad nightmare.
But I fancv I looked verv n! nn,i tin fir.
ous next day, for Miss Kossel, meeting me
in me mm, reitmria'u u.
Your rido did not nirren with
- - - jwu( out;
said kindly enough; "you look ill, or as if
you had had a fright. 1 lave you?" she add
ed suddenly, as I colored painfully.
"What frlirht was 1 likelv to hnv."" I ntv.
- ..... v tt.-irv-
ed with an attempt at lightness.
She grew grave.
"Has that little parrot Mav liomi ..im,,
- - a j "... .v.ll,ll
you any tales of your room?" she whispered
quicKiy, puiium ner sou cool naild Oil my
feverish one. "Poor little thing! you really
do look as if you had undergone a shock.
You have not seen anything, have you?"
We were alone In the hall, m.il th in,M
streamed full ou my face as her eyes, pierc
ing and bright, surveyed It keenly.
Jt was useless to attempt to hideanvthlii.'
"1-1 did have ft rather bad dream last
night, but of course of course it was only a
dream," I stammered.
She looked at me curiously.
"1 hope it was," said she. "1 hope noth
ing wer.-e ever will happen to you; but,"
varmly, "it was a shame to put you there.
Mav was ouito rLiit. So nmuv iinnwm.i,..!
safe rooms as there are in this house, It was
wrong of my aunt, Just because she will not
be,l ve what she cannot disprove, to make
you run the risk of "
"Of what?" agitatedly, as she stopped
"Oli, I don't know-nothing, I dare sav,"
with suddenly guarded manner. "Hut
whatever happens, don't carry any ghost
biles to Mrs. Kossel, unless you want to lose
your situation precipitately.
"1 give you all these warnings in friend
ship, because I really do like you and wish
you well," she added with a smile.
I did not like her.
It was wicked and ungrateful of me, I
knew, but I could not help rather disliking
her than otherwise.
I watched her iro out drivinp with her
cousinth.it afternoon, so beautiful and beau
tifully dressed, so calculated to charm any
man, and I felt desperately jealous of her,
though I knew I had no rUht to be jealous
at all, for Mr. Hernion Kossel was nothing
to me nor ever could be.
To U Continued.
Tfie Model tVife.
Scripture and history and poetry vie
with one another sounding the nraiseti
of the model wife. Tho man who Is
blessed with a companion worthy tho
name of a model wife can snan his fin.
L'crs in tho faces of all the old bache
lors that ever breathed, and give them
points each day in every exalted pleas-
me lua. manes mo worm living.
There is no danger of his applying for
Unfortunately for tho married men
of this generation tho model wives aro
most all dead. Tho struile for exist
ence was too much for them. The
ceaseless, silent self-sacrifice needed
to build up a modol domestic character
could only be met and borno as long as
there was a living appreciation of "the
personal laws of duty that underlie all
sorts of Ideal existence. The men who
appreciated 'model wives nnd were in
return willing to bo model husbands
wero so few that tho good wives that
is, tho model wives grew discouraged
and took to their graves or soruo more
Tho few model wives that aro left aro
cUorishod by their husbands beyond
oven their cigars or their horses. Tho
modol wife of the workingman, clerk,
or business mnn has some appreciation
of tho 10,000 little labors, petty cares
and annoyances that her husband has
to go through each day in his work
shop or ollice. Sho considers that sur:h
worrying cares aro a part of tho duties
by which her husband makes n living
for himsolf, for her and for tho chil
dren, if thoro aro any. And when tho
husband comes homo from his work,
tired, perhaps cross, and hungry and
out of sorts, sho Is always ready to
meet him with somo quiet and gentle'
good cheer. Ilcr own person la attrac
tive and restful to him. Sho always
has some pleasant schemo in mind to
mako his homo hours delightful to him,
and so makes herself indispensable and
a constant v.
Tho model wifo docs not sea how
many poor nnd silly and exacting
things sho can say to her tirod husband?
If sho has anything to ask she waits
until ho Is rested nnd fed. She invites
pleasant people to her home, not to
show how many rich things Bho has,
but to mako her husband's homo hours
pass choorfully. Sho knows that if sho
Is half a woman no other can displaco
her in her husband's affections. Sho is
always more attractive in her manners
to her husband than tn other ci.
-.-. .,,,,11. tjuu
Is tho genius of tho household. liuL
unfortunately, most of them aro dead.
1 'ItiUtdetphia Tutu.
Iho Digger Indians wore, until a few
years ago, considered tho most ignor
nnt and loast intelligent human bolngs
on the ruclflo coast Thoso who llvo
on Uanoho Chlco havo now been edu
cated in civilized ways. They havo
loaruod to read nnd writo almost as
well as whlto pooplo, and sonioof them
havo ovon locomo musicians. They ro
contlyguvenn entertainment in San
Francisco, under tho caro of their in
structors. Saudny-scliool hymns, na
tional songs , nnd other ' musical and
tnetrioal compositions wero rendored
tiwiiKL.nl . tit . :
IJ-fM-lltHM. I ' "j N I n .1 , ., ,,
ThT fO'if lilm n on ; n rt,i' fp
'jo now oeioro ni 1 1.-ni 'nt there,
I'm eon :H to M) I ' n u. co ho luiide
A Cretin I! Iiln tHslc it S ed.
Aithmi-.'h-l oun't uv v lii t it mount
'J'hcliu e nit hi looked L.-onutout.
1 1 Ik t'F 'vns tie n i:nmv Icjun
'I'o km el tiuloro ti 0 v. ii.il j. t out-.
Oreo lnor" llii.t lit t "o inuiil Mi;:-lit lie,
Ami wi nl (inn rluwn upon hU kiiuc.
frilie bent hi r eye ti on tho llnot
think (lie mv. the ri nv a h re.
Ilerlro'Cil II on-1. la sivcrt lieliont
'I'o kla tliu rnn lie lovod tlm best.
IVii Hli siiu fi ox'tietl, for itil si, u chid,
He kliaed tln'l lit t lo miili), he '114.
Anil then liiouuii why I o i n't decide
The ,llt:e in u lil Inched nutisflcil.
Tho Poke Bonnet.
How much I
adrolro tbe bowitchlng poke
Which half tildes tbo roeel that bloom in hop
Why, Cupid, I know, has his throne there
Concealed In Its trimmings of mull or of
The style Isn't now, for our grandmothers
And they were not wanting- fa beauty or
Their irranddaughtert love It, tbe young men
Willi U II
Tbe clmrminir poke bonnet that bides a
CU'ttAt f HIIA
The ravishing bonnet, tbo exquisite bon
net, Bewildering bonnet, that shades a sweet
The fair, shapely bead Is half bidden within
And pitrt of tho beautiful face disappears
How often I've kissed tbe lips glowing wurm
Tho while the coarse fibres were tickling niy
Away with the hat with the feather upon ltl
Within mv fiOVctlotl 'twill ne'er hnvn r nlHen
Ob, iiivo mo tne mull-trimmed, tho coarse
strmv poke bonnet,
The hciirt-snarlng bonnet that shades a
sweet face j
The heuutilul bonnet, tbo exquisite bon
net, The ravishing bonnet that bides a sweet
A H Tcnado.
Hie m f.tr t ut upon the wintlow sill
And t'Htl es her lull' hruw in the cool nltfht
The inoiinll! etrect tclow her feet la stl!l.
Or ecl:t ef on.y to tho puisrr rure.
F;ir u th Icanf, her rouu'lcd iirms jflrum
Iler diilniy, rC'Pt-liucd l!j:e Irt ntl o ottorous
And in herOctp Mue mtlllig eyo-the liht
01 an iinuucrah.e ycnniiiit, liur.
Whltt-rt hed Flip K tills renlrr of thfttlKht,
Fit.r n tho vision rf yoiiiirnuiirsflrci'iti
A i lupH r"r eyes wiih liupo lu Illlyti ).iev
"He ct tut s." she tnurniured, "and ht'ii tot
-1 l e Judiie.
Touch with Ihy vlrk'iu lip these flowers; then!
Them In thy hair nnd lay them on thy.
Anion? them thou wlit wcavo this heart of;
f.f.u . , li Inn rxven tt tfii'lnf.t.' n-.Atr pnit
Thus, for nn hour, my bilss shall Le supreme: 1
At tl, droamlnir In thy smllo. I may forircl
That hs thcfe (lowers fade Foeml my tlream. J
bo fades my hope, nnd thou bust no regret, i
y n'ofFrim pure! relitrn hor Ftnlnless kin;,'
Your frncrunt breuth five to her sweeter
Her hauKhty soul entrance till rnd!nntllis
It"Vf.'ie tho lt)ve.;onk In lit-r Joyllll cvei. I
0 cruel maid ! cold art thmi as one dead ;
With n bom my 1-ive eternal llcth urnt d.
Thou vatihiicil ttar! whoso lijjbt uiy t-pirlt
Hut not a epnrk of all I'.s warnith returned.
Home dsy, pt-rchacce, in drc.sins thou wi t re-'
A sweet remembrance of my love atitl wo,,
And !'), "I wm. tils ijneeri and he my thrall.
Mi knightly Jov r in 'ho it nir siro."
Tin-to piriiiiK U')ii?-ti en hut u faded,
The eml. t-iu of my will er-tl ht-urt will l e;
Tnelr icrliitiio and it pHslon lectin denth.
(joiio like i tie viiit ns I haro lir-Blind of
Death lot kt d In tie ve.vet o! ! orcheelc,
And In Hit in"r!nd tnti.-,- o in r ha:r,
And In l,i r ()!., v hit h tii-cw intn lo ties-
And on her lit", whono thnil timdo stronir
, mt n wi iik.
Yen. nl) th" honeyed ncc" lil fhft did Hu nk
To mi n, t!ei th-in!' n v.cie; ln:t titmvHrc.
Knr.t tiny l'ei-c-'l, heiduiir not the
Wblcl Ciiut'ht their iiiiinliood In wild pn1--
Ilrnvo Ariton.i I hetie'er 1 vauo to think
Of all ttiou wr'.nntl till thou minU'et bavo
Thy n.ulciitiie.iit d i, nil ever on ll e br'tik
Of cure t-.s woo, l.t.-u Pound by K.ypt'S
from lours of p.'t.v 1 em -c rt;n rt fmln
'lbat In et-r ertiis mi mo.t null soul nnd
When anvono dies, man or woman,
tho corpso is removed from tho death
bod and laid on a board previously cut
and prepared to receivo it. At the
hoad Is a sort of pent-roof, alow gable;
lower down is a bar across for tho seat
and a little shelf at the bottom for tho
feet. On this tho corpse reposes until
tho funeral. After this, the painting of
tho board is completed, tho inscription
iilied up; it is then nailod or screwed
to a stout post which is driven into the
ground by tho roadside, ho that tho
"corpse-board" stands upright till tho
post rots and allows it to full, when it
crumbles neglected Into the soil. Tho
entranco to a village is through an
avonuo of tbeso horrible niomorials.
Sometimes, however, they aro planted
in tho depth of tho wood, whoro roads
fork boside mero paths in tho most
loncsomo spots. As they advanco in
ago they docliuo moro and moro from
tho perpendicular and lurch to ri"ht
and left. In tho eveniuggloaming, tho
appoaranco of a row of theso is Just
that of a lino of tipsy soldiers. This
effect is enhanced by tho peculiarity of
thoir ornamentations. At tho head,
under tho weatherboard, whoro rested
tho head of tho corpse, is painted a
round whito disk, which is udorned
with figures of tho virgin and a saint
in tho sky, or tho trinity, and in the
middle is tbo deceased, kneeling very
upright In his best Sunday clothes.
Another variety Is a cloek-fuuo with tho
hands pointing lo tho hour of dualh.
Further down is a tablet, or a pair of
tablus, on which lire Inscribed tho
naino, age, and merits of tho dopartod,
and Homo versos of moro or loss origi
nality nnd .uiorit (Jornkill Magazine.
Last night I rosuued a frog from tho
claws of a cat, and to my groat stir
Iirlso it turnod, nnd, after gazing at mo
or a low suoonds, jumped slightly to
ward mo, halting after each leap and
looking up into my fnoo. It thus grad
ually approached, and in about two or
throu minutes had actually climbed
upon ono of my feet It ruuto appeal
for protection was most roruarkablo,
and could not possibly be mlsundor-Un)&.Naturt.
I I VELiLICSCN III I I- -
Rheumatism, Neuralqla, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backach. Had:.',.i,. TnnthfAk.
ore Tl root. Nn, llllK,. Nnraln.. it...'i.. .
. .. , .. ........ n'.iiiM i-.i.m, ji.m Aiiirit
li.rwti.ii. In LaurnarM.
Tiiim iiai;m: a. toon.Kit ro.
(jlck noadarhe and relieve all the troohloe Inrl
dent to a biliona state of the ysti-m, Uch aa llix
rlnesi, Naosi-a, I)rowaini-, DiBtn-m after eatlnir
Pa n In thnRinn Jhr. nklln .k.i. . r
uiv uwtn una lkx.1i auown in curing
I i:i i annoy ing complaint, Uiio tiny aino com-cj
ad regulate the towda, Kvm it tk j on! cured
Af he they would hoaltnost priceless to thoae who
uli'tr from this diatreraing complaint j but fortu
nately their gfXKUieaadwi not cud hi-rc, and tbos
..iwwu'.wuj kut-iu 1.UI uuii uiivo iiiiiejuiia vam
bio in so many ways that they will not be willkk
ludowiibouiUiLm. liut after all tick bead
Is thebtno of so many Urea that here ii whers we
make oar prcat luuU Oat pill care It while
oih. rtdoni t.
CaiU-r'g Little Llrcr THls are very small and
They are strictly vwtablo i
'-i 1-- iv mKB. vrorr two nuisniaaea aote.
do not gritic or
Tltirfo. hnt ti theip crrtl. rrtm
vsethom. rnvialsatiScents; five foril. Bul4
by drutglsts tviiy where, or tvut by mai
CARTER MEDKLVE tO..Xevr York
,ii-om an wno
the best rnixa KNOWN
In Hard or Soil, Hot or told Water.
PAVES r.AIJOH. TIMr ant! MP AMAZ
IM.I.V, aud uivi-a umvrrsHl Katiafitetluu. Ha
Iiuody, ncu or pour, abuiild bv witlumt it.
Hold by all Oroceri. UKW.tKi: of itnitatloni
well dewiel to mis lend. I'r;. (tl.INK is Ute
.LV hAKK labor-anvinu cooiiyuud, and tvl
Vttj'I bears the above tyuibol, ami uuiuu of
fYLC NEW YUK1L,
m but siND nsinsB i
Liver asd Kidney EemeuV.
I Corn not in(lvf fmn ft
9 i M1J n , ,4 fMjijvt H
yiniuvi-s nops, ai.iit, Hiii-Iiu, Mnn.
drakH, Dandelion, Kiirsnparllla, t'n.v
cara wa-rrnda, etc., cmnliluud with an
ajjronaMtj Aromatic Illixir.
i Tirrv rrpp nvn'mn t. tvr.r.nrt-nTn ,
ra " uimuiuia a i.n-iutiiiiUil, I
r" Art unun tne i.irpr ann Kiiin...
&5j ItEQULATE THE BOWELS,
i,St iney cure Rheumntlsrn, nnd all Url-
uury irono ea. iii,.y invliroiMe,
uouilsh, strengthen an. quiet
the Nprvoim Hystetn,
As a Tonlo they ha, no Equal.
uu nuiio uut iiojii aim Mult rittord.
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