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All commnnlcatlon ehould be addreaeed to
a. A. BURNETT,
PnVlaher and Proorletor.
The oqulre sent for tne that evening.
Something was wanted that I could do, and
he always favored ma when there was. lie
knew 1 didn't like to seem laid on the shelf,
though I was not the man I had been, and 1
took the short way across the pnrk. It was
a dreary way; there was no mad luld down
exactly; but there was a trodden footpath,
and the pquire allowed It to be used as long
as folks didn't misuse It or trespass on the
grass on each side.
Itled past the pool, and people wore fond
of feeding the swans, and the master had
no objection as long as they behaved them
selves, for they were out of sight of the
house Just there, and a good way off any
how. The pool was long and narrow, a
queer shape in reality, but made to look
very picturesque by the fancy gardening
about it, skilful gitrduning that looked like
nature and had nothing formal about it at
all. There was a very narrow neck of wa
ter at one end, 'like a miniature strait be
tween two lakes, and the path I spoke of
led right to tbe edge of the water on one
The pool was not more than thirty or
forty feet across just there, and on the
other Bido there was no pathway, only the
grass coming right down to the water's
edge. No one ever went there except our
own people. It was to be kept undisturbed
for the swans, and the master would have
shut up the path altogether if he had thought
anyone interfered with them. They were
very line birds, and 1 always stopped to
have a look at them whenever 1 went by
the lake, and this evening I thought they
looked as If they had been disturbed.
They didn't come to me for something to
eat, as they generally did, and they were all
huddled together in one corner as if they
had been frigl teued. It was a lovely even
ing; the sun was setting behind the great
trees that were on the other side of the wa
ter,and sending a red M;ht on it, making it
look as if It were on fire; thero wasn't a
sound of anything to tell what had disturb
ed the birds, and yet they were disturbed;
thero was no doubt about that. Ah, yes,
there was someone there, a woman stand
ing right opposite me, as I halted on the '
Where hnd she been that 1 had not seen
her till now? I had been thinking about
the swans, and had not noticed her. She
had no business there, and I must warn her
off. I could not help looking at her, as she
stood there quite quiet, with her hands
loosely clasped In front of her, and her face
turned towards me. She was so very beau
tiful. In all my life I think I never saw
any woman so lovely; she was fair, and her
hair was golden, real golden, like some of
the pictures in the squiro's big rooms. She
was neatly dressed, but did not look like a
lady, and she wore no gloves. I don't know
how I came to notice her so much ; it was
the surprise of seeing her there, I think ; she
wnsn t a lady, for she did not wear her
clothes with the nir of one, neither were
they In such good tnsto as a lady would have
shown. I fancied she liked bright colors,
and I noticed that her gown was blue.
I was sure of that, and I don't know when
I have noticed a woman's gown before to
know the color of it,
"You have no business there, miss," I
buUI, speaking across the water to her. "The
tquire does not allow anyone at that side of
She didn't move or speak, and I called
out again, but she took no notice, aud I
thought slie must be deaf, so I went round
towards her; as I passed the end of the wa
ter the deer in the park took a sudden rush,
and turned my head to look at them, and
when I looked back the woman was gone;
she hnd vanished clean out of sight, and '
tho swans were sailing down towards me,
as If they were relieved In their minds by
"She's taken the hint," I said to myself.
"Hut where can she have gone to?"
Except a few flue old trees closo by the
water, there was no shade nf any kind, no
thicket or shrubs that would hide anything,
and yet I could not see Iter. I felt cold and
Bill very, and the evening seemed to grow
suddenly chilly. I had no time to spare to
look for her, but I did go round to the trees
to sco If she was there; if she was, she man
aged to dodge ine amongst them, for I could
not see anything of her, and I went away
feeling as if 1 hail got a sudden chill.
"I've taken cold," 1 said to myself, "and
serves me right for standing about round
tho water there. Whut business Is it of
mine, she couldn't do any harm?''
I couldn't get her out of my head, and the
cold I had caught somehow came between ,
me and my supper,-any way, I couldn't eat
any, though Cherry had been at pains to
cook something I liked.
"I do believe that woman has taken away
my appetite," I said, when I had tried and
could not eat a mouthful, "I wish I hadn't
seen her." '
, "What woman?'' Cherry asked. "And
why should she take away anyone's appe
tite? What was the matter with her?"
"Nothing that I know of," I said; "she
looked a decent girl enough, but I can't get
her out of my head."
"Tell us about her," Cherry said, looking
at me as If she thought I had gono a little
wrong In my head, and Indeed 1 felt dazed
and stupid In a queer fashion I could not ac
"It w as only a woman standing by Dred
gllt's Pool," I said, "as I came through the
pnrk Just now. She was on the swans' side
of the witter, and I called to her to go away,
and told her the squire didn't allow anyone
there, ond " '
, "And what?" Ralph asked, tho liid had
been In the house all the evening, out of
sorts like; but nothing had gone right with
him since he had heard of Harriet's disap
pearance, and there was no-news of her. 1
believed in my henrt that she had gone off
with the other man; I was 'uncharitable,'
pi rlmps, but from nil 1 had heard of her I
whs not prepared to llko her. '
"And she vanished somehow," I' said,
with the same uncomfortable shiver that
had comti over me In the park, "that Is, I
lost sight of hi.T all In a minute, and couldn't
see where she had gone to, ami It made mu
feel creepy. That's the whole story. I can't
b very well, I suppose; I'll have a hotdrlnk
OAliiO BULL WW i SttKSDAV MafllOSaU UtfjRMftfflt M,..IW.
and get to bed. It's a cold, I dnrsay."
. "What was she like?" asked Ralph, "Was
she old or young?"
. "Young, and the most beautiful creature
ever saw In all my life."
. '"Beautiful I" '
"Lovely as an angel."
"What wns she like?" the lad asked, ex
citedly. "Oh, father, If it should bo my
Harriet I You don't know her, you know.
It might have been her, you know, and she
has lost her way and can't find us, bid you
see her face her, hair? She has hair like
"Like a new sovereign, and big eyes, and
a pretty color In her checks," I Bald, In
amazement "If your Harriet's like that, I
think 1 must have Been her, In a blue gown
"Yes, that's her, she did wear a blue dress,
father, alio must have been coming hero
and lost herself In the park. I shall go and
look for her. Oh, If you only knew what a
weight you have taken off my mind by tell
'lng me this. I will soon find her; she can't
be far away."
"If that is your Harriet, she's as deaf as a
post," I said, feeling quite put out to think
how I had shouted at her, ami she had taken
no notice; but Ralph laughed, and said Har
riet was not deaf, she must have been think
ing of something else.
"I'm going to find her.'.' he said. "And
mother will take care of her for to-night,
won't you, mammle?" he said, coaxing
Cherry, who would have slept on the kltcli
n stones to do him any service.
"iBhall go to bed and have that hot
drink," I said. I was feeling out of sorts
and consequently out of temper; the two
things generally go together; and Ralph inn
off to find the girl and bring her to his moth
er. lie didn't find her, and 1 didn't go to sleep.
I was restless and feverish, and could only
toss and tumble about in a most uncomfort
able fashion all the night through, and be
very glad when It was morning aud day
light, and I could shake off the megrims
that seemed to have got hold of me.
I was sorry for the lad, for he took the
thing so much to heart There never came
any news of the girl to us, and what she
could have been doing in the park that even
ing was more than I could make out 1 had
very little doubt that it was Harriet Uelt
that I had Been. Ralph made mo describe
her over and over a?ain, and the description
of her was exact; but she evidently didn't
mean to marry him ; and the other young
fellow, Jem Hackitt, knew as little about
her as we did, He had taken to drinking a
good deal lately; he was never very steady,
not at all like our Ralph, and he was dis
posed to make light of the girl's disappear
He seemed rather Inclined to make up to
our boy at this time, but neither of us liked
him, and Ralph could not bear the sight of
him. Ue declared (hat if it had not been
for him Harriet would never have disap
peared, and he did not believe him when he
said he did not know anything about her.
Jem Hackitt only laughed when he was told
what poor Ralph had said in the fulness of
his heart, and said time would show; but
time went on and showed nothing, and it
was six weeks from the time of Harriet's
disappearance and nothing had been heard
We were sitting at our supper one even
ing. It was bright summer weather, and
the sun was still shining slantways across
the grass, and everything was still with the
stillness of the coming evening. We were
exceptionally early that night; we had had
a pretty hard day's work, Cherry and L,
cleaning and washing the place, and we re
solved that we would go to bed as soon as it
got dark; so she made the supper ready and
we sat down to rest and enjoy ourselves. 1
don't think I had eaten half-a-dozen mouth
fuls when a man came running across the)
park one of the under-gardeners ho was
looking as if his eyes were coming out of
his head, and his face as pale as ashes.
"Come,for heaven's sake come with me,"
he said, and we started up, wondering what
"What is the matter, John Withers?" I
asked,"you look as if you had seen a ghost"
"As bad-as bad," ho said, shivering, "I
have seen a dead body."
"Bless the lad where?" asked Cherry.
"In Dredgltt's Pool a woman," he gasp
ed out, and then turned so sick and faint
that he was obliged to sit down and recover
"I was looking up the swans," he said;
"there's been something the matter with
them lately, and the master said they were
to be seen to. . That was what was the mat
ter with them that thing in the water, I"
"Don't sit there talking, man," I said,
thinking perhaps that there hnd been an ac
cident and that someone had fallen in;
"come along, we may get her out Terhaps
she Isn't dead."
"You wouldn't say that If you saw her,"
lie said, faintly. "Dead! She must have
weeks in the water. The rats "
"Stopl" I said, turning as sick as he look
ed ; "that'll do."
I went back with the lad to the place, but
he had told others as well as me, and thero
was quite a . little crowd about the water
side. "Is It anyone we know, John Withers?"
I asked, as we wont with all our speed.
"No," he replied;'! don't think so. A
girl dressed In a blue gown, and "
,lt was the same then; the girl Ralph said
wits his Harriet Poor boy, what a shock
for him; but It would be over, and he would
find someone else who was more worthy of
him, for in my heart I felt sure that Harriet
Belt was not a good woman, and not calcu
lated to make any man happy. The people
mado way for me as I came up to the side
of the water, and Jem Hackitt was among
them; he was very pale, and he shivered a
little as someone said there had been foul
play, for there was a great mark on the
forehead where the skull had been smashed
In with something heavy.
"She was murdered, poorthlngT'a man
said. "Someone will swing for her.''
I couldn't look at what they laid on tho
grass; It was too horrible. I am nn old man,
and I suppose my nerves are not what they
were, and they covered It with a tarpaulin,
but not before someone with quick eyes
had seen something that told a tale. Round
her neck was a tie, that hnd been sinnrt
once, and was peculiar even now, and It
was my boy Ralph's. They were telling me
about It, and Jem Huckltt was listening.
Ralph was not there; h was away for the
squire, and 1 was wondering whether It was
not all some horrible dream, when all of a
sudden I saw the woman I had seen by tho
wat't-slde that evening.
She was standing closo to Jem Hackitt,
and looking him straight In tlte face; It was
only for a minute, and he seemed to Bhlvor
as If something cold had come against him;
and then I suppose I had a fltorsometltlng,
for everything grow dark, and I knew noth
ing more till I found myself at homo, with
Cherry crying over me, and the squire there,
MJoldlng even body becnuso I hnd boon call-'
ed out to sco such a sight when I was not fit
for vxultemuiit of any sort
, TV U Cmtinutd.
Tho Mollychunkemunk is the name or i
Uke in Maine. Tbe name of a great Qor
man remedy Is BalntjacobBollitconquers
palo. . .., , ., , .. .
LoithImo hns wonderful, lustrous eyes,
Clear us the doptliH of a mountain hike,
nine ns the liluo of mornlnir sides -
That front and suiishlno tog-uthor make.
"Olve mo thnso heniitlfiil even," I Mild,
"Tlumo uioiry bluo eyes of yours, Lor
raine!" The Riitilionins dttneed nn f bo o-oldon head,
. WMlo tin io oropt In tho cyea a look of pain.
"I tun't!" tho lit Ho timid mild, at lout
Herinlnd nil Ine from thn auddun doubt,
A over the lids her fingers pufsod.
"Dod put tin In tight, and 1 tun't dot 'eta
Emma C, Dowel, In St. Nicholas.
0N1 QUE' NAM 124.
Some Curious Cog-iiomens Among the Nat.
"Yes, I frequently meet queer people
with queer names," said a prominent
pension attorney in answer to tho ques
tion of tho tilnr reporter.
"I can recall a number of names of
actual living persons," he continued,
"which nro as significant as nnv to bo
found in tho works of John Runynn,
Samuel Warren or Charles Dickens.
'Prais i God Bnrebones1 is not a circum
stance with some nnnies I have."
"Ah," interrupted the questioner, "do
you mean names emggestivo of charac
ter or occupation?"
"Yes," was the response. 'Tenons
whose names are suggestive of colors,
as 'Brown' or 'White,' are often met
with; so also tho names of 'Long' and
'Short,' and similar cognomens aro so
common as not to excite surprise, but
thero are many instances where tho
appellation is peculiarly pointed and
even ludicrous in its tiled. For in
stance 'Pilgrim Crazylous' is a school
teacher in a Pennsylvania mining dis
trict, and his namo reminds mo of the
time when I sat in an old district school
house on a hard wooden bench, just be
hind a short-haired urchin whoso head
would have boon benefited by tho uso
of a fine-tooth comb, and whoso prox
imity I learned to dread after my moth
er had made several searching investi
gations of my scalp."
"I suppose Tilgrim boards round?"
observed the reporter.
"I don't know," laughed the attor
ney, "but here is a man who ought to
bo one of his scholars," and ho handed
tho reporter a letter signed by "D.
Slatecypher." While the Star man
studied tho signature tho lawyer pulled
from a pigeon hole a bundle of papers
and suddenly resumed: " 'Christly
Crow' is a colored preacher who was a
food soldier during tho war and was
adly wounded. Ho is now lighting Sa
tan in an Illinois city which is big and
bad, and, 1 understand, has had consid
erable success as a minister among his
own race. I don't wish to bo irrever
ent," continued tho speaker, "but I
have met several 'Christs' in tho line of
my business. 'A. Christ,' from Bethle
hem, not Judea, but Pennsylvania, ap
plied through mo for a pension, while
'J. Christ,' who was a gallant soldier,
fighting through tho entire rebellion, is
now, f believe, a clothing dealer in
Pennsylvania. 'Christain Bible' is an
Indiana German who ought to be a good
man; but I have forgotten what be fol
lows for a livelihood."
Hero tho narrator paused for a mo
ment to relirht his enrar, which opera
tion having been accomplished, ho took
op a paper and said: "lhere is a
strango relation of names and incidents
set forth in this application."
X ho reporter examined the document
and found that "J. S. Timberleg" was
asking Undo Sam to pension him be
cause he had beon mangled by a splin
ter in an engagement before Charleston
in 1864, on account of which injury am
putation was rendered necessary above
tho knee, so that for the last twenty
years his name has been peculiarly ap
plicable. A Ktrikingcoinciilence in this
caso was that the justice of the peaeo
before whom the necessary allidavits
were made signed the name of "Isaac
"Hero s another, -entcnhously naid
tho lawyer, as he hoved a second ap
plication toward his visitor, who found
that "Torment Twist" was suflering
the twisting torment of rheumatism,
contracted m the w inter campaign of
General Thomas, near Nashville. Tho
reporter regarded tho paper in contem
plative silence, which was broken by
tho attorney exclaiming: "Dreams go
by contraries, and that 7s true of names
sometimes, lor 'John JJrmklager never
drank lager or any other intoxicating
liquor in Ills life, lie went through tho
war in tho same company with me, and
was wounded in tho Wilderness. I
know him well, and when ho was here
to see about his pension he made a rat
ling temperance speech onu night bo
fore a Good Templars' lodge in this
city, which be visited with me." After
two or three miffs at his cigar, tho
speaker went on: " 'Reason Twig' is a
lompound of schoolboy suing, ami is an
musual namo even for a Vermont Yan
kee, but it is not mora peculiar than
Skyo Leaf,' w hich is Indian. Another
nlistcd Indian scout is Known as ia
Nl Ye Ulster, who was disabled by frost
bites out in Montana, notwithstanding
'.he protection of his namo." Tho
speaker hero nroso calmly and lit tho
ins, Baying as ho did so, "I have a let-
Ur 11UU1 11 WUIUUU Ullb 1U VlllUiUlJltu.
She is a soldier's widow and is entitled
to her pension, ll r namo is 'Moving
ham,' which I think is just a llttlo sug
gestive of Toikopolls,' don't you?"
Tho reporter sat helplessly dazed for
i moment, but recovered Bulllclontly to
gasp: "I guoss I'd better bo moving,"
and bidding him 'good-night,' wont
lown tho street wondering why pcoplo
will boar such names w hen au applica
tion to tho legislature would sccuro for
them bucU appellations as "Voro do
Vero," or "Percy," or oven plain "John
Smith." Washington Slur.
"Look hero, Bridget," said a Van
Ness avenue matron to her cook the
other day, "I really cau't nllow you to
havo company in tho kitchen every
night." ''Its nil along jf tho terrible
lire in Chicago, mum." "What on
earth has that to do with It?" "Why,
mum, ever sinco that 1 do bo afraid of
lire, so that I have ono of tho boys at
the engine bouse around tho corner
come hnd sit with mu evenings. It
do mnko mo feel more comfortable llko,
somehow." Sun Francisco 1'uitt.
"I could but lovo when I saw thy
face," writes Lllla Ciisliman. We
1 thought you acted rather queorly, LU
la. That Is why wo ran. t
Wm.Ludwlg A Co. will upon the Cret
of January, 1B85, carry on their busim-SHon
strictly acssh basis Hnd will not Jkeep up
the credit system any longer. Io making
this change in their business, they respect
fully ask all of thoir cuBtomers that have
been in arreurs for the past three to six
mouths to please call and settle their ac
counts at once, (Jt
Sauta Claus and Original Toy Store.
Don't fail to call and ezamino my stock
of silver-plated ware from the best makers,
before purchases lor the holidays.
7t 149 and ISO Commercial ave
New Dining Room,
just opened, Botto's new building upstairs.
Look lor the Red LJglit,
at DoBuuu's 50 Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
large assortment of gents' and ladies' boots,
shoes aud rubbers ot all style aud size,
Uand-made oods a specialty, also always
on hand letther and linditiog. It will pay
you to cull ou him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to Dolittun's, 60 Ohio levee.
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife, has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-live years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with mostt;rntifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
tbe second bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros druc
store. Large size 11.00. 0
Place your orders with Hcwctt for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcBiuu's, 50 Ohio
levee. ' tf
Do uot let vour little durliu? suffer so
wit.i that horrid coui'hl Go to vour dru
store and net a bottle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your darling will bo delighted to
tine it, ana it win btop the cour,n, cure any
throat or luntr comnlaint nuicker thsn nnv
other remedy. Sold at 35c, 50c. and $1.00
per oouie. i
Entrance to Botto's Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, ono door cast of Commercial. tf
KucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Duns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures I'lli'A. It t mifimiiteed tr civn rur.
n i -
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
ii) cents pur box. f or sale by liarciay
Oysters, First-clas, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Night.
DcBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio Icveo.
Never Give I p.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed Kpirits, loss id' appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any diseiiBe of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
nad activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and hencclorih you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 6
Only tie Beat Brand of Oysters,
at DcBuuu's, CO Ohio levee. tf
"Rough on Pain."
Cures colic, cramps, dinrrlia-i; external
ly for aches, pains, sprain", headiiche, neur
algia, iheutnatisin. For mau or beast, 23
and 60 cents.
Rush Hill, Mo., July 21, 1883. After
suffering with the toothache and neuralgia
for three successive days I was advised to
try Merrell's Penetrating Oil, and after us
ing one application I tfot linniedinto relief.
I would not bo without it. Respectfully
yours, Mns, Bkixu Bick,
I have been a hay fever mff. ror for three
years. Have often heard of Ely's Cresni
Balm spoken of in the highest terms; did
not take much stock in it becnuso of tho
many qunnk medicines. A friend persuad
ed mo to try the butn and I did so with
wonderful success. This recommendation
you can use for the benefit of liny fever uf-ferors.-IT.S.
Ooer, Syracuse, N. Y. Prlco
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny,
scrawny and delicate, uso "Wells' Health
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physio is
quickly relieving contivenes", headache,
heartburn and all other bilious troubles;
SOuti., largo bottle. At druggist. (0)
Smart weed and belladona cnmblnod
with tho other ingredients used In the lu st
porus plaster mako Carter's 8. W. & li.
Buck noho plaster, thn hunt in tho market,
Prico 20 cents.
"Rough ou Puln" Plaster;
Porous and strengthening, Improved, tho
best for backache, pains in chest or side,
rheumatism, neuralgia. 20 cunts. Drug
gists or mall. 5
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldi,i
Hoarseness. Bronchitis.Croun. Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-i
cipient Consumption and for the re-l
lief of consumptive persons in ad van -I
cea stapes ol the Disease, t or bale
by all Druggists. Price, t$ Cents.
The Science of Life. 0nly$l
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Kxnaueted Vitality. Neroue end l'byical De
bility. Premature Decline la Man, Rrrore ol
Youth, aud untold aitaurlva reaultlnir from Indie
cretion or cxuunrca A hook for e.iiry man, rounff,
nililille-fcd and old. Itcomalna lJi preacriptlonc
for all acute and chronic diaeaaee. each one ol
Haicb : Invaluable. Ho lonud ly tbe Author,
whoae experience for 23 yearala encb aa probably
ni-ver bufure fell to tbe lot of any phyalcian. SCO
pai, houud Ir beautiful French mualln, emboe
ed covert, lul Kill, uuaraiitei d to be a filler work
in e tj aeuee mechanical, literary and profee-
ioLai than any other work sold In thia country
forti So. or the nmiey will be refunded in eyery
In.tarce. Prlco oi;ly Sl.Ou bv 'nail, poet-paid,
lllunratlvr earn l e cente. Send now. Gold
medul iwnili d tbe antbor by the Natlo' al Medical
A.xeciatioiJ, to the efflrer cl which he r era.
Tbe Bcli-nre ol 1.1 f- ehouid h read by tbe young
f ir Inatru t on, and by thn afflicted for lellcf. It
will benefit all .London I.ai cet.
There i- no member ol eocietv to whom the 8cl
euceof Life will not be naeful, whether youth,
pan-tt Kuardiao, lualructor or derg mau. Argo
naut. AdereM tho Peabody Medical Institute, or Dr
W, 11. I'arkcr. No. 4 Bulfihca Street, Boaton,
Mae.,who may be conuilted on all dla-anea re.
qiii-lnit skill and expuiieiiru. t'h'onlc and obatl-
nat dieca.e 'bat have tuffled I I L? A I the
aiiiuoi an o'ber tihye'.c'.an. a Jllyllli spa
clalty. Surhtreated sue- Tl I VC17I IT
ce.-fnllv without antnat- 1111 OI jIjI
anceol failure, ilention tula paper.
I b. jxuir.iu.iij I'.r ihaabu.adl.., bt iw
a.. thna.aiKl.of eurml Iti. ftm.l fcl"d and of long
.t.adtor h.v. t.n ru'.d. Ii.i-l. .o.iffnclt a. f.itft
lali..m--T.ttol I Wl I fH'ITWll MOTTLM I HP. I,
..,U,.r VI.IMDI.KTIIKATI!Kn UultiMlN
toanyiorT-rflr, (jiv.ipr.ri4 P O 4dr ...
lk. T. A. SLoCt'a.lil r.axISl., . lore,.
017 St Charles St SI, LOUIS, MO,
A. raarulur Orawluata oi two medical
CnlleKei, liaa been lonitei ei.'(kgtd in the treat
gient of lironlc, N.rvnia, fUlil and
lilnn.l I'liea.rt than any oilier hr Irian le
eu IjoiiIb. aa city p.rt ihow ,n0 all .ld reil
dente know, ('mug nation al off.re. or by aM
free and ln,ted. A frlendl Ulk or bit oplnloa
tout. iioiIiIiik- When It I. I'iri.eculent toy till
therlty for (realiLi iil. Bird telnet -'an be eei4
tniallnr expret. (Tervwhet. curable aun
iaranleed: k here iluubt exUtu.b la fraaklf
Vtted. Call or Write.
.. f,,rT0B1 Pro" ratios, Pebli ltr, ateeUl sad
fbyil.'tl Weakaeai, Berteilat aad Qtket,
arteetloi'sef Tkreat, Kklaesd Boaea, Kloei
Insaiitle.i sad Blood Pelsaalsgy ikli ABae
tloai, Old aires aad Cltera, lielent U
Merrles-a BS'sauttixs. Pllet. Special a
teatlea te taaea froal orer-woraed tnaba,
H BGimCAKM recelre special atteat'lea.
Plteates arUInf frnie Iwpradearev Kxceaeea,
ladulf eaci or Kxpoieres.
It II aeir-evldint that a phvilclan faying
particular aiieutlun to a clan f cavi, aitaloa
(real (kill, and phyilrlant In regular yractlce
all oer the country knowing this fMu'enlly
recommend eatea io tnaolileit offlee Ir A inert
ca where. tvery known appliance la rerortes
to, and the proved good rmdi - of alt
iK't and rountrlet are u.i-d, A whole home le
bum! furolfli'e uro.e., and all are treated wltlt
kill lu a respectful manner; and, know.m
what to do, no experiment, are made.. Cn c
f on nt of the great number aiplrlnr. the
eharitet are kept low, often lower than It de-
tuanio-d hy ot'ieri. If yon tecum the tkl I :i4
tatiei'iiy anil pertrri ilia cure, tnai .. u
itMirtant matter, fajupulel, M pagta, Ssnt
K.lrrant cloth and arllt hlnditir. Sealed for M
renttlii po.tajre.or currency. Oyer Ally win
derful pen picture!, true to life, artlelet on the
following tiilijeetii Who may marry 1 who mil
whyr Proper ane to inarrv, Whomerry flr
Manhood, Womanhood. Phyilcal decay. Was)
should marry, llnw life and happlne.t may 5e
liierea.ed. Thn.e married or contempUtnu
tnarryliiK ihniild read It. Itourht to be real
by all adult penont. then kept under lock a.el
key, I'opular edition, tameat atoiTe, but paper
cover and too pagi, ceuta 1 wall, U mieuer
AT) D 1 7 17 sr0, ,,f Mn'J for P""S"
I li, I i Pi. and receive Irue a coatly box
J"M",JU' of (nods wb chwllhelnvou
to more m'ney rliiht away tnau anything elae In
thie world. All. nf either sex, succeed from S rat
no'tr. The hn ad road to fortune opens before tbe
wuikets, sblolutelv tute At once andrcii
TfctUK CO, Angasta, Mains.
r t-Mivi ui - -i rv
Cleanses the Head.
tion. Heals the
the senses of taste
andaiiio'l. A quick and positive Cure, BO cents
st ilMKiH'ta. Oil ii'iils by mall ri'Klalorod. Bend
lorelinilar, Humilo ,v mall 10 oeiil.
liLY UKOTliliilS, Urnnulsts, Owoao, N' T.
AfiAA AAA ,B P'e'nt irWon away, Send
SZUU.vUU u" " "''l1' P"'' ""d r mall
rdVV vv vtHIW, Bllt fri,9 Bpnongaof
tntttanf largo vatiiii, that will start you In work
that will at on o bring you In money ranter than
auyihbut viae in Amntict. All shout the 8o,(0
In praaonia wltti each box, Agents wanted every
where, nfulib'ticx, of ap attee. for Ml ihot'me.or
spare time only, to work for us at their own domes,
fortunes for all worker, aheolntelt aaanred. Iioo'l
dear. II, UALLttT? CO,, Portland, Me.
rk on Manhood