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The Haunted Room.
"Will you coino for a ride this afternoon,
Mss Lucas? Cora Is longing for a gallop."
Slid Mr. Kossel, meeting me in the hall.
"I I am afraid I can't," I stammered,
taken by surprise, and blushing absurdly.
"Oh, yes, you can. I will make It all right
about May. Where Is the little pickle?"
"I I cannot come, really, Mr. ltossel.
Please do not say anything about it to
"Why cannot you come?'' Then, with his
manner altering suddenly: "Is it that you
do not wish to?"
With my soul divided between longing
for another life and delight giving, gallop,
and a mad resolution that he should never
think I longed for his society, I answered
"I would rather not I I would rather
walk this afternoon, really."
"You would rather walk?" still using the
same changed cold tone.
"Yes; I cannot ride with you, Indeed."
"As you will," he returned, passing on,
and hidden by the schoolroom curtains 1
watched him mount and ride off with Miss
Uossel that afternoon, and I wept a few bit
ter tears ere I started for a walk with May.
But I had kept my promise. Miss Rossel
would carry no tales to her aunt now, and
Mr. Rossel could not laugh at my efforts to
While we were out May's mother passed
In the carriage, and took the little girl up;
and then, before I had gone more than a
few yards farther alone.I met Mr. Laurence.
I deemed him a most uninteresting young
man, but he was better than my own
thoughts just then, so I tried to listen while
he told me long tales about India, and by
way of answering sympathetically, I said:
"How horrid It must bo to have to live
Jle looked surprised, and somehow disap
pointed. "Should not you like to go to ludia then,
"Indeed 1 should dislike It immensely."
"Most ladies like it Immensely. It is a
life full of gaiety and luxury," persuasively.
"I should be quite at sea with either the
one or the other. And there are a great
many flirtations and such things in India, I
believe, which are things most totally for
eign to my tastes and capabilities. I should
not do for that kind of life at all."
He looked at me with warm approval In
his little beady eyes. "
He had been very kind often since his In
troduction In making slow conversation for
me, and I was grateful to him for It, Inas
much as it showed that he did not laugh at
iior look down upon me as Miss ltossel had
toured me the other men did.
"flirtation Is detestable, especially for a
married lady. 1 am delighted to hear you
speak so sensibly.Miss Lucas,"he said warm-
"Flirtation for a married woman I" I re
peated. "Oh, 1 was not thinking of that I
-iMnlc In tliutcase It Is more than detest
able it Is wicked. In fact, I cannot im
agine." considering the matter gravely to
myself, "how a married woman can llirt"
"I wish all ladies In India thought like
He looked at me with Increased admira
tion, 'and walked a little nearer to mo.
"But if . you had a quiet home lu India
' with a a devoted husband, should you dis
like the life so much tlni?"
1 don't know," I answered carelessly.
"What lovely holly-berries there are on that
hedge, Mr. Laurence I"
"You have no home of your own now.
Imve you?" he questioned.
And the foolish tears rushed Into my eyes,
m 1 answered with a bitter wave of home
... sickness breaking over me:
"l shall spend my holidays with my moth
er, but we are too poor to make It possible
for me to live always with her as I should
love to do.",
. Tears, I hare been told, overpower many
men. . ( .
Mr. Laurence, when he saw mine, sudden
ly seized both my hands, which unexpected
action naturally stopped our progress.
. "Your mother could lire with you If you
went out to India," he whispered Insinu
atingly. "But 1 can't go out to India," 1 said.
"You can U you r-"
Then he checked his words suddenly, arid
let corny bauds, for he saw what I did not
and what the soft grass prevented our hear-
ing-tno close approach of two equestrians
Mr. Jtossel ana his cousin Flora,
"So sorry to Interrupt" said she archly,
bending down from her horse en nimanL
Mr. ltossel said nothing, but rode straight
on with liis splendid head held high,, ami
wnon r lora leaned over and observed 801110
thing 10 him, It seemed to mo that ho an
Bwered never a word.
"lhere are a great many unhappy marri
ages In tho world," observed Mr. Laurence,
as it stating a newly-discovered fact
"Are there?" responded I negligently, as
lr It were one that did not concern me. I
was thinking of that coup!e who had pass
cd, wondering where they had been, ami
what they had talked atxmt
"Yes, and why? because people will mar
ry ror convenience lor oeanty, for a pass
ing fancy. That couple who havejtist pass
ed, when they marry, ns I suppose they will
"Will they?" And my words sounded to
me like a little cry of agony.
"i os, 1 suppose so; they will add another
to the list, for they have 110 sympathies In
"Xow, when I niarrj. Miss Lucas." and
he turned the whole force of his beady gazo
upon me, "It will ba someone whose opln
ions and tast .'s 1 know coincide with my
"Do you like reading, by the way, and
walking, and ilowers?"
"Very much, nil three."
He looked satisfied.
"And 1 know you are musical. I could
listen to your playing all day long."
"1 ou nro very kind."
"And you like riding In moderation? . So
do I. But the quiet of home-life is what
you prefer to all dissipation or amuse
"Yes," I raid fervently, thinking of my
lie gazed at me until I began to have some
uncomfortable thoughts about mesmerism,
and he kept silence so long, that I felt it my
duty to make a little conversation.
"Are not the roads dirty!" I said Interest
ingly. "Do you often walk alone, Miss Lucas?"
ho questioned irrelevantly.
"Never. May is always with nie; but to
day her mother took her Into the.carriago
"And Is the child always with you In the
"Always. I am her governess, you know."
"Yes, but yon do not like being a gover
ness, 1 am sure."
"Yes, for some tilings I like it very much,"
I said, coloring as I thought what those
some things were.
You have a contented mind," he said
emphatically, "and if there is a thing I ad
mire in a lady, it is a contented mind."
c had reached tho garden, and were
crossing towards tho hall-door.
"When am I likely to see you again?" Mr.
Laurence stopped 1110 ere we entered.
"Oh, I don't know. I think 1 often see
yon somewhere or other."
1 lint Is too vague. 1 011 will be present
at the dance hero on Friday?"
"les; Mrs. ltossel said I might come down
to it if I liked."
"And you will like?"
In his inipressiveness, or possibly because
ho felt a little tired by his walk we had
walked very fast, and he was very weak-
looking he rested one hand on my shoul
der as he spoke. I shook It oft as I replied:
uuycs;i nave never been ut a ball In
my life. 1 shall come down just to see it"
"I ran up the steps, and inside tho hall
stood Mr. ltossel looking out somewhere,
apparently over our heads.
I colored at sight of hi in I always did,
and I hated myself for it
"Did you have a pleasant ride?" I asked,
trying to speak lu an airy manner.
"Yes, thank you. Did you have a pitas
"Very, thank you."
And ho and I exchanged 110 other remark
until we met at the ball on Friday.
Miss Uossel was wondrously kind to me
that day. She entered my room with a dress
of her own on her arm, a lovely robo of pale
green surah, but a tint in wlileh my grey
eyes and very dark complexion would look
hideous, and she said : '
"I have brought you a dress of mine, Misd
Lucas, in case you have not one of voarown 1
good enough for to-night. Unless you are
handsomely dressed at a ball you get no
partners, you know."
"Thank you, but I don't expect many
partners. I am coming down to watch more
"I think you will find that slow. How
ever, you are pretty sure of one partner
Mr. Laurence," with a smile. "But now
about this dress; it is too small for mn, and
yon aie quite welcome to It."
"You aro very, very kind," I said grate
fully. "But I have a very pretty ball-dress,
as It happens, white crepe and wild roses;
it is quite new, a friend of mine who had to
go into mourning gavo me it."
"And you would not prefer this?" shak
ing out its multitudinous flounces. "It Is a
"But It would not suit me," I replied with
. "Oh, do you study your appearance bo
minutely? I did not know."
"Everybody, 1 suppose, likes to look ns
well as they can at an ahVir of this kind," I
"You are not looking particularly well to
day. Have you," looking at 1110 keenly as
she low ed her tones, "been having any
more disturbed nights? I hope not."
"1 had a fright last nl;'ht again," I said,
paling a little at tho remembrance. "I did
not see anything, for no light was lighted
tills time, but 1 heard distinct sighs, and
some nrtlcles of furniture moved, and I am
confident some one was In my room for a
11 erf ace grew grave as she regarded me.
"I'oor girl 1 I wonder you can bear It."
"I don't think I shall bo ablo to bear It If
It often happens," I said with a shudder.
"But don't let us talk of it please. 1 try to
forget It In the daytime, or 1 daro not go to
bed, I think."
"Hats make extraordinary noises," she
said meditatively; "but there aro no rats In
this house, 1 know for a fact."
"1 have heard rats; those sounds are not
caused by rats, Miss Uossel."
"Well, 1 only hope you won't hear them
again, or at any rats see tho horrid thing.
It Is If you see the ghost three times that
the legend says Oh, but 1 must not
frighten you I No, you are quite rlghtr-try
and forget It" y
"What happens If I see the ghost threo
times?" I asked, shaking In spite of myself,
"Oh, nothing to you, 1 hope," evasively.
"Well, then, you won't have my dress? You
think Mr. Laurence will admire simple
"I think nothing at all about Mr. Lnu
renee," with dignity.
"Don't you? lie thinks a good deal of
you. Hermoh told mo yesterday and men
can rend each other pretty well, you know
that he really thought he meant proposing
to you. And what a splendid thing It would
be for you I"
1 raised my head with a pride that was
really a sharp keen i,an
",1s It such an astonishing thing that a
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY M0UN1NU NOVEMBER S. 1884,
man should propose to me that tne cnance
of It should be talked over beforehand?" 1
"It Is a very uncommon thing for a pennl
less girl in your position to marry a ricli
man, flovernfsses don't as a rule, get tho
chnnco of good matches, wealthy men will
flirt with them and amuse themselves by
paying nt'in meaningless attentions, yu
Know, tun not propose, auss Lmcas."
"I don't know anything about It I onlv
know t'mt I have no Intention of marrying
Mr. L'nrence, or any other man, for
money, I said, reeling that I could bear no
more Just then
And perhaps Miss Uossel saw It for she
Dicss.mI for the bnll, it reully seemed tn
mysell mat I jookim quite pretty.
My dress, of sou leathery white. wn
strewn here nnu mere with sprays of wild-
roses; my brown hair was waved and dress-
ed high on iny head in thick coiled plaits.
My neck and arms were round and white.
ami so tiii-y iM-i-ofii mil unu-uieis anu neck
lets. 1 had no Jewelry worth anythlng.and
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I would not wear common ornaments.
My wl He gloves and shoes fitted well:rar
i-iiLTh him cuiur in' litem; my eyes were
1 . ! . . I 1 , . . I
bright; and the llrst thing I heard as I en.
tered tho room was a strange, gentleman
" ho Is that pretty little girl In white.
with roses? I must get an introduction to
I had come down to look on. I said : but I
had no lack of partners.
Miss Uossel kindly brought up one or two
men to Introduce to me, and Mr. Laurence
was absurdly attentive.
in the race of what Miss Uossel had lust
told me, I dared not encourage him. . But,
encourage or not, ho hung about me, took
possession of my programme when It was
empty, and filled up space after space with
his Initials; kept entreating me to sit In the
conservatory, and leading mo to retired
nooks In corridors and elsewhere, until I be
came positively afraid of him
If he did propose, how awful it would be!
But for his embarrassing attentions, and
something else, I should have enjoyed the
Dan immensely, ror 1 danced every dance;
but the something olse was the remarkably
distant manner 01 air. ltossel.
Of course he had duty dances bv the score :
or course ne was not going to pay public at
tentlon to his governess, but he might have
nist spoken kindly to her once.
In spite of my pretty dress and all the at
tentions! was getting, my heart began to
acne very badly as the evening wore on. un
til suddenly I wa9 standing alone for a mo
ment just near the conservatory door, but
toning my glove-1 looked up.and met Her
mon Uossel s eyes full upon me.
loom Know now iiooKed. 1 suppose
my looiisn lace lighted up; I knew It color
ed, but ho came across Impulsively, and
"How are you enjoying the evening. Miss
"Fairly well, thank you."
"Only fairly well?" looking intently at me.
Inungmy head, and buttoned my glove
"Let me do that for you," ho said, taking
my wrist In his hand, and it trembled be
neath his touch I know, but I could not help
"You have not given me one dance to
night," he said resentfully. "There, will
that do? Oh, it ha3 come unbuttoned; 1
must do it again."
1 ou never asked me for one," I said,
raising my eyes for an Instant, but blushing
"Weil, I ask you now. Give me this waltz
now beginning, will you?'
"I should like to, but I am engaged for it,
"To whom? Where is he?"
"Just coming this way. I see him."
lie drew me quickly behind a giant
orangetree, and Mr. Laurence went by.
"Oh, Laurence," be said with a change of
expression. "Of course you won't want to
give mo his dance. Shall I call him back to
"No, don't" nervously playing with my
fan. "I think I might give you one of his, if
you really want It, because I have danced
so frequently with hlni, and I am so sick of
it," with a burst of confidence.
His face changed entirely, bis smile light
ed It up, mid his eyes sought mine with a
glance that utterly bewildered me.
"Come, then," he said, putting his urm
round my waist, nnd with the first bars of
music we started.
Oh, the dellght'of that wait., with his per
fect step, his perfect guidance. We floated
round and round without Jostle or hind
rance, round nnd round In delicious har
mony, till the music censed, then I said:
"Oh, how charming!" v,iih a deejnlrawn
breath. "Thank you, Mr. Uossel."
"Thank you. You dance charmingly in
deed," he returned, as we went into tho
hall: "and," with a glance that 1 could not
meet steadily, alasl for my silly heating
heart, "you look very charming, too. But
that of course, you know."
"1 did not know you thought so," naively.
"You knew Laurence did, 1 presume?"
"Oh, Mr. Laurence. Yes, I think helms
been saying something about it, but he Is
rather given to compliments, 1 fancy. Koine
men are, you kuow."
"I know I am not." A paus then. u0
was fanning 1110 gent'y and looking ut me
the while. "Why did youciio iM' a w;lk
with Laurence Instead of a ride with mo
the other afternoon, Miss Lucas'.'"
"I chose a walk with him! Indeed I ,
not! I walked out wlt'i May, Mr. Hosd
and after her mother ha I taken her up' in
the carriage by chance, Mr. liiiieiic, In n
still greater chance, overtook me. 0.1, 1
hope you did not think we- l-It was ar
ranged!" 1 cried, looking up at him beseech,
Ho stjiiled down tit in.'.
"1 am glad It was not-Alml u nll'hesald
quietly. "Now, how many more dances
are you going to give me?"
"I am awliilly afraid," I said ruefully,
"that my pr gramme Is an-iirly full."
"Letine look. Here tire some Illegible
marks. Men have no business to write
Illegibly. I will write my name plainly
over them-see, for that val,-tr, and hero
again for this one. NW) yoll must hot for
get. Khali you forget? '
"But-but can you eparo mo so many
dances, really? Have not you crowds of
duty ones to do?"
"I have done crowds of duty ones. Mny
not a man have a llitie pleasure during the
evening?" ho replied Impatiently.
1 was silent, bendinover my flowers.and
presently he linked softly:
It Is strange, but I don't believe I haveever
"No-no one calls me by It hero" I said
"What a tlear little name? Just tl, ,)r,.tty
nun.- Ollllld him mum 1011, Milllwiit" hi
tones lingering deeply and musically upon
the one syllable. "1 should like to call y,m
by It, bending his Imndsoiiii) head a llitlo
' "l "'' I Vu will ever let
My he rt
he rt was throbbing so .wildly, my
-s heating so IVt. my brain so In, Jl,, ft
hwi'i't'd to save
poor tloweis to pieces, mid before Mr. Uoi
sel could say anything more, our tctcn-M
1., inc. 1 (llliv llleui.fl n.u
was brokon by tho entrance of another
couido, and with a mutter of vexation he
rose, and suggested we should return to the
We had another danco together, perfect
as the last ami I would not see Mr. Lau
rence's reproachful glances as I passed him,
propped up against a door-post, and dancing
with no one else. But just as Mr. Kossel
and I quitted the ball-room after tho valse
ended, I heard Flora Kossol's voice at my
"Here she Is, Mr. Laurence. Now I will
carry my cousin off and leave you two to
make It up. Quarrelling !-absurd children 1
Herinon, look at their faces. No, Miss
Lucas, I am sure you have punished Mr.
Laurence quite enough for his slowness In
finding you. I know he Is slow, but he Is
sure not to make a Joke among his friends
of your infatuation for him, after he has
led you on to betraif she whispered sig
nificantly into my ear.
I colored wildly mortified, perplexed,
taken by surprise, and ashamed
"Do you want to make It up with Lau
rence?" questioned Mr. Uossel, suddenly
looking at me quite-dlfferently from the way
in which he had looked ere his cousin came
on the scene, and 1 thought in my solf-tor-ture:
"He only does pay me attention when
no one is by. He does not want her to see
It. I will not bo made a plaything and a
goose or," so 1 replied:
"I am sorry if I behaved rudely. Mr. Lau.
reticce;" and Flora laughed, as she took her
cousin's arm and turned :
"Leave them alone, Herinon. Miss Lu
cas only fancied she had a grievance against
htm; l know sue did not mean to punish
him too much."
But Mr. Laurence stood looking very ag
grieved, aiter me two cousins disappeared
"1 hope, Miss Lucas, I have not been
forming a wrong opinion of you. I it gave
me the greatest pain, I can assure you, to
tnitiK you coiitu oe, arter an, a flirt"
"1 am not the lenstatotnof a flirt!" I cried
Indignantly. "For the rest" feeling my
eyes lining wmt uiirensonaoiecniidish tears,
"if you have been forming a high opinion
or me, you certainly nave iormed a very,
very wrong one; that is all 1 can say."
No, I cannot think my high opinion will
prove wrong, rretty girls do get their heads
a li tie turned with flattery sometimes, 1
know, hut l am sure you are sound at heart
I am sure my head Is not turned, nor
ever has been; audi am sure you know
nothing about my heart," I responded snap
pishly. .ow, p'ens'', if we are going to
dance. Ii-t us l'o into the other room."
"I hou!d like ah! to have a little con-
ver-at on with you firs'. I should like just
1 1 a-k you one qii".s;ioii,"he s.dd httrriedlv.
In terror 1 hurriedly replied:
"Nu, 1 c in't converse to-night; at a ball I
think on s:iou!d do nothing hut dance, Mr.
L unelle I do Indeed."
"You did not appear to tlrti'c so j t now.
with Bossei" drawing tin his l:u.i; form
"Yon and Mr. 1! issel are two difiVnnt
peonle,"I said with an a'teu iit at a inerry
"We are indeed. He is an inc r.Hble
ft" rt, Mis Lucas; his cotis'n says so. And
I I do assure you when I pav attention, I
mean it-I do Indeed. I never flirted In my
life," looking eagerly at ni".
N'lf-pmse N no recommendation 1 say
severely, and so we bewail eg dn to dance.
Mr. U isel just d-voted himself to his
cousin for the remainder of the evening,
and I heard many peopl-j remarking if.
That will be a match, of coins'," said
"Are they engared'."' ns';e 1 another.
"1 think they must be this evening." said
I only looked at Mr. Uossel once, and it
was when he ought to have come across to
me, for he had written his name down op
posite that dance on my programme. But
his eyes met mine with the calmest, coldest,
most Imperturbable cxpro-sion.nhd then, In
stead of crossing to tne, lie bent over bis
cousin ami whispered to her, his attitude
most tender, his look most devoted, and 1
could only turn h thedazi'dnossof niypaiii,
and dance w ith ,Mr. Laurence, who stood by
my side to claim the v.Oso I would so gladly
have defrauded him of.
To U Con(lnutd.
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Fall during previous twenty-
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Chattanooga, Nor. 1. Hirer 1 foot 2
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l.-Kiver 3 feet 0
inchcr and rising.
Louisville, Nor. 1. River 3 feet 0
inches ami rising.
Nashville, Nov. 1.-
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rittoburtf, Nor. l.-Jivcr 3 foot 0
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tit Louis, Nov. 1. River 10 ft 11 it.cle
Tbe Pearl left for Plum Poiut yesteiilay. I
Business on the whart dull yuteulay
and the levee was full of politicians.
Tho City of Baton Roue will arrive here
to-night on her way to New Orleans.
TJ10 Hudson passed up for St. Louis yes
terJay vveninir. She had a good trip.
The Ous Fowler had a big trip yesterday
and departed lor Puducali at 5;!J0 p. in.
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The Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass-
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charged several h unci red bales of cotton
hero for shipment cast.
A small Hat-dost loaded with tramps
loft the point just hulow tho city yesterdsy,
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to 00 years old. They seemed to huvo a
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bed clothing but no shelter. They said
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U lv -,. j IM-M1!M! y,(l ,u,.j L Hu ,(J
poiui- ev.'u ii .w. -.St. I...U.S Ulubc
i'enorrit mi. . . .
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4l-b iiiuines, m.. states tllut ho wits cure I of
severe riieiimttiiim by 81. Jhc.pI.s Oil, the
great pain cure. OU cents n bottle.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
ore 1 nro a 1. nnniliit. M.rnln., Krulaea.
AND Al.l, III HI H RiilHI V Pa 1 hat 11 um
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have freq u en t h e a d a c h e.
mouth tastes bad, poor appe
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biliousness. hy will you
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cure you f Do not be per
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said to be just as good. For
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HOPS & MALT
Sick Ileadnehe and relievo all the tronMoi Inci
dent to a bilious ttata of the nvsum. inch Dlz.
rlness, Kansca, Drowsim-M, IMmreaa aftiT atlnir,
J'aln in the Bide, Ac. While their mout remark
able success has been shown lu curing
npadftfhp.yrt Cartor'sLIttle Liver Plllsarefqn ally
Valuablo In Constipation, curing and preventing
tin annoying complaint, whllo they also correct
all disorders of tho atotnach, ntlmulato the liver
and rcfulate the bowela. EyenU they only cured
Af h f hnr Trnnld bo almost nrlcclws to thoaa trho
uif'i'r f rum tills dintreKsini; complaint; bat fortu
nately ineir goouiicssiKM'S not uia ncro, ana loose)
Vho onro trr them will find theeo little nllls vnla.
bin In no many way that they wlllnot be willing
tudOTVllhuuttQvm. Hut after all licit haul
I thetano of l'o many live that hero I whern wo
muko our fruit looU, Our pills cure It whilo
Other do s't.
farter's Lltllo llverTilli nro very (mall and
very cay to tnko. Onocr two pilla makes dose.
1'hvy aro atrlctly T('K tnblo anu do not prlpo or
puree, butbytlielr pmtlo anion please all who
tiKOthem. In vials iu m centm flvo for 1. 6okt
by druggists uvcry where, or sunt by mail,
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iu a Any, hut with those who are wilMhK to work
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VT. 11. I'arker. No. 4 Huliicn Ntrcni. Rn.inn.
Mass., w bo mar be consulted on all disease. r
qiii'lim skill nnd experience. Cb'onlc and obsti
nate (llsea.es that have hafllcd 111 a I the.
skill ol all o'her physicians a spe
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ce-fullv without an Inst- 1J1 I Ol.ljr
anredl failure Mention this paper.
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A. raarnlrir Orndiintn ol tws merllril
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Itloo.l Disease, than any other physician In
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denls know. Consultation t oittce or by n. all,
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BUBOICAt CASKS receive special attention.
Plsease arising; from Imprudsnm Kxressei
Indulgences or Exposures,
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Kreat skill, and physicians In regular practice
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recommend oines to the ohlent ollke lr A mcrl-
ca.wiiere every known aiiiinnce is raortec
u, iiki ins proved koou nnixoi"'' oi
aires and countries are used, A whole house I
used fiirollleeiiiirrioses. and nil are treated with
skill In a reiieclful milliners and, knnw.ni?
what to do, iioexierlnieiitiaroniade. l.n i.c
count of the irrent nuuilM-r ulI nr tho
charges are kept low, often lower thuii Is iJe
niauiied by ol'iers. If you secure the ski I i nd
irctaspceily and ieriecl life euro, that '. .lie
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