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POKTK\ r i. 1. - T - -. t ii 1 1h.-cur.-it. - i - A FAMILY UTAH! \>> Y III;I:;II CON \V A. Y. Author nf,-;,ilr,l /,V,r-/,\ f ,»r/ \!> !>ni/s.' - -• li'-alrii- \ lia d luft, tl m drnwin; : TIMU , .i i.«ir | inotjonl.'H H fo r n. coupl e ,i f mil l II \ rnnld )t\ < fit, our. - null,- h: s )>-.si I n ii.lm i indist.iix-t , ivn v IIOKHI V what; I v chutij-. e In- i fnilur e nniHt , ni.-il;. . i n h i ,iii lienl.-,o|ii^-l y shrank fn.i u .-allini : n j •-Ix-rl ).x -turenf \what ti e f/nx-x- d hi' i f n d |,v i,.,-,v |,-ai-|,.il to (.„,[; >,p..ii M, iiidi'; Tli.- n ):<<. trie d to r.-ad . IS'utiinill y h<- turnM ! p-H-ti-v. Al l JUV.-I M lurn 1.) it n-'i iii'-vitnl-l y i p'ir l ..I' ),..,• |, 1( h f .}.i|,. An. l jn- 1 n Mr . < •/irrnlh' - '.vlin-i' i.li.- ] A , Iv 1M<tv com - !hron;-l i th o ),...•fs wnui-. v forvwm l wn y r|.»-n ni l th o > li^ht , fciinf fin^T-tnpo n (I wil d luit, n«.|. nlUx'.-thei - i nmtlm>u R h},im. ' Win a nl-linorpiso-l o abou t t o <yr tha t I'.cnltir r I To ru n fothm th n thn^liol. l f; |<, l)l<Mlisn])])oiiit.i)i«'iit- th o !>!;> Mrs . Millr-r, th o niirc W wit h Jiirii at: thi s lxm r o f (h< \You-Mrs. MMI.-I-!\ h n nnyt.hiiiK (I)' 1 unit tor.' 1 ' -Ma y I rumoin.Hir^h o \O.Hnirily ; wlmt, am I <1> Sho ..n^-iv«l tlioH.n m nri' j ; '-ar- l a J it't f int- n nn-ht f,, A < tluit. sh<< had {;<>.><! -IT, ;;,,•; 1 v/nit\ f<n- un indefinit e ti\ > .'d t. d thr--. v it <i lic/itric , h u '•ould iml, ))(•]{) pl'tnrin ^ th n di.;i>mv whic h would fiillnpouHorawatidHorlifr l hnd they know n that, af, 1 nVlncjk i n th o mornin g ho \vn.s rmiv(Tsii,|r wit h a fomnln in.•irilwr of th< ir .••ilnUishtnoMl. Mr; Mill.;r dre w n«nr t o him. ''M.-iv I sp<>nlc th«.i U dd. j \Wi'll , I).-:!,),;-; what r ho said, so,:i n( r s s,f» •tdy >•<•!• si ill hositatrd. I'M ! ho 'Vnuandi.il! i nf 1ho elect,\ sho <.,.,;,! j, , \WliaU/oyoummnf 1 wiirl Fran k in 1,<- wiJdonnr'nt. Bho cln ;pod he r thiii liands together ; hor eyea hhono wit h stran^ o brilliancy, u j&£eanl'' «lio e.trlaim'-d, so loudly tha t Frka k gfimced r,( th o door l o makowir a tha t i t wa s closed. \Mean ! Cr:n i! !»•> ])• -iblotha t thoHO blrasnd (.nos wh o ni-o prwlebiincd t o l>o Ba.int.4 horo- aftor ca n walk tho wirlh nn d kno w i t noti I I can w o it, ca n mo d i t o n you r fnco—on J1IHK Ho Ik-ntri.-.-'s fn.-f.. 'Man y or * call-d, hu t fow a m chosen' f<-.v nro ciioscn. Yo u nr o of the M i\ Six '• n k. d tho fnvor n-.p«-«-i.fiilly, 1ml, an fully .-:;)«-ctod it, would lio giTJiitcd. ; \.Npoaknunv d Frank , jmod -naturod'y. | you C<«< \Oil!\ said Frank . No vn s Ix-pnnin g t o idorxUii'd that, h \ wa s d'filing with a ro- «-<l.-.l l.y j.ityi-.iK curiosity, t.-im.\m l b y h-iiev<« it , i t v.Miid l , ,. IJ.r w.r'U I .ythiiiR J f han yoi of \Iv . M i\ 1 mil tin al hu t i.ou ; h p , | h , , ,.l,,,).;<-d i t il.nw i maiil'iillv. Fran k l;,, V.MS n o j |,,-,,|ai , t hf» r-n rn I e\.i ipii'-k nes-i i n K 'l<-w p.-wi , ,f u \ ura l }-il' ( < .f del . <t.ion wit h whic h t hei r I'r iii- p;iv,io|, , ;|1| , | n ,'. nil l lW ,.,| h,rhi\u\ IU Th-y tol d hi m tha t Mr : wi. i r|int o (iwarnn f what hn d faU ; wf v, hjn i find JVafrio.. . li o whir r llv. Th o thought , o f lii-i r.'j.-rliori b< K (!.<• ,-..,--.vip o f th.if'rvniit V hal l vi-f! , I'-l hn M.. i:.li wha t :l h;: il „• 1 ,,d her hn .1 1 V. . ••••II. , I e u diflVr fr.,,,1 y-.nr:-'.\ •'CivHTsli.-burs t out l)cfor.> t h I--- ui n a cr(c< bro.-iih. It ma y b o 11.\1 of tl:o j::-e f .|, t.hrori<\ v ! on (virth tlx- In.-o f a. F:,.\ lost H.K flrc\ \Thisi * inrd.^tinati. . though' , Frank . '-Wh y abou t Mi; s ChiiiMon an d h i th drv.v 11,,. firs -i< , v. t!,o f ;t,.p i '1 in Ih '. d -i.v: '•Tlinl j-n .-I ' Fran k rappe d t im word s ou t 1,-rdl.i lo,.|;.-d th o ].i.-Hir.».,r f--ur- i' Id his h/.nd on!, l o hi i vi >l<ii | I) I I II it vwuorilyo .dolt (., |n:n. He , for , alt!,our ! t put tl x nrl v day s of U.cir a.ou.n n.Ui,,,-,,.' n o |,,v., of j \ Tlt his, Ix.uovn - (lorninaiit, coul d li.r.n |.ii.-.-d tv '''\ ' l.i.i. I.. Pl.t tli.w,m- ; .l.i..nimlm.lju-.t, ,,-:«. ».ll , '^'/^ suit. 'Urn ir.au'- i half <\ ui.al <-\ UM\<>V IIKI n l! \' ln pn.ud? -t r i i.ei i -.it.iv. ) naUno, liud lx-pol-.n '' ; \ <•ntu.lv al.c-d, ho vuul.i not, h/u<> b-n.d ' hi' ( heart. l, o Inn v,,,mmi bolny.-d b.'.tuith.. A man t.etw.-- n thnt Monlli v \All ii.-w tojno , thin. \'-\-tii.-. '. 1 '-i-[ .M.il. 1 't-.T.fiil 1 -. Ix- 1-,<.!,<•.! i h.-ai-t. a ,.1 : -,th Hf,-rnir.f h i t f.-ll. ,„ ^. r iMntiL' t r.-us - ..f hnnx- r inrid o Jiim fo.-l i n ,,t' ih . chii< dto/rl M- -. Mil I. -r jil...::f, HIM ultimat e j,,|.. n ,. fal.-o f th.-| \ nil- Il'-a-o ii'-'l I h IKTI , wit h ,| I,.,: , I t.h.-ir km.:l v Ixari- i ncri ol d v.onin-:is h way-i . ,....,,, (., II.- w . nl d <-y<n III-VII l ; kc d t o kno w what wa.n ('.'„'. , |,,. folx-.-ouiool'thnMd.'.t o VVh-Mak.-r, am i Wil - ii (iil-s , th e eofichrnnn . I'.ut h o <-li,.cl{r«l lit t o hil.l «!V< dc.-.lli t o (h o pnlo , (-rile d uiiiii at, hi-i sid e Ifodx ! no t wis h toonlo r .•<1 ;i•! v.< II n.ri j int o n tb.-olo;Mc,'.| arr\in«nt. , an d af, thi s lim n \ ! a- n no!, i n | o f nijdit .pla y I'da-iii H t o Uii s foininin o <li f ; pi c o f AIIJ-II ;lin\. lnd.t>d , h o kno w tha t th o rjomxn t ; o f fho;-:o v.tio )x,l d t h o doe ! rin o o f pro-lrMmnti . . . MII.1 it s <•.„•,-„!«; ivo , n-proba . l: m . | me . f C,ll tion , m-.- logicall y mianHW . rabl o b y th o !»«•;<, lh'nrllpr; rr.r- theologia n eve r tuni'- d out , o f ( )'::ford ; nn<l min d at / re-,t. theolog y WMH not, Mr . ( 'nrruthe. - ' ^.f, H :-ieneo. h • lit. Ml I h i i il t I v ) i i d b <n it . . 1 1 H I t »h i I I , n [ t h I Oi Mi i i • I nl j / ot lx I tod, an d a sJ,u<l.l.-r n.s o f ,k o rim lia|...v . | tcrmr ,-„ „ thr.-i:-l i IXT . \ I hav o pr/i vwlday lovin-'ho-/ ' I im.l nij.'lit .!»:y nir l uit;lit, ll:atiiT:-.u.rmn y b e frjyen me , th.-it, a Kip i may IM)SII-.-.VH t me . Tlmni!!nv.Th.'i.4b.'«-ii K iv«-ii. \ •II, yo u foun d i t al l rl^ht , 1 h'y.,-,\ 1 sai d it • MIHI I >i Id I imied Monlle, \\'\< fi I if is of y o H harx l I I I M i ;. Mille r ben t d i if, •• I Slx i mi)rmnr.-< l a i'e !v..- n iii th o lit : I. iKlU.rn e H o f defeat , li h o never dnilbUMi . Ili:4 feelliie- - wer n t ho-.n o f I U \' ] ' ' \ ' IM'-Vllderuienl, . lie,,-uld IK .1, Illld.-r la , ..I il , ',\ • ••\\I'!-' ' reaso n f.» r tin, ,umm ; n y an d j *™ ''•' \ Wi1hn.lt npp^.l, ejeet,,,,, of hlH )..Ve. j \..y , \' '»\^r..if....Hhink if. al l «.v.,,'hn ,,,u ! ! ) torcd . \I c'lt'f, flun k here , in1liisr.H.,uwh..n . i , \ thojM-riuiuoo f Ix- r <lr. v4Htill l \J<l..n' l I never Ulk folly . 1 havoiw«- » I l|l ' <i r l \' f \ r - M ' • J I her anclo M I i ink t >hunx i h Sh h a i< d t lxvlb n I 1 \ ni ' ni limoM w'uri , bon.eded. Hl x \•floKfoopWand' p x kelt\up'a!lo'uer wluch C ^[ ''\' ^ \' must liavii fuliei, IV,,,.. Ixr , ire, , J|,H«...k a „) , V , b >\ nU \ iU i th n ,,!,„,., mi . \ I a m 'on o of th o nuny, ' \ ! low , thrillin g wJiispcr. He r far o wor e t iok of ut le r hopele.ssii'ss. I'r:tn k pit ied th i • ki s <-d hi s hand , poo r crentur o fro m th o botto m o f h;.s heart., whi.-h h o coul d \M y «oo d wom-m/ 1 honaid , \you r belie f i ; x-uiir kimr » o r I simpl y adiabohen l one . (J.-t ri d o f it , an d r h.-nds liisvo). i,ru.sl tha t ther o i s soin o m.-rc y t o 1«> nhow n t< •ihin-r morel, : ».),„», wh o as k fo r if. C > an d tal k t o Mr . Mordl o o r th o rect-.r , o r f-:o:no on o who w bus i t,iHt o Hc.t thing s o f thi s kin d Htraight , J No w I thin k w o ha d bette r Kay K o<*l-ni K ht. \ •\\ IK! iii^hl , Kir. '1'hank you, \ sh o wiid, •v \\ hat n I I I nu \I u s tiillt . I ho,,. ^ be kept th . u i hoih , ,,,i d ..I'M,e h |.ln,, r < UI M.p,H,e d d I .•].-..-,-w.i.lKni.,K. ' ( Hh.'-'lut.h., l In: Afic r thiH liot,,o k Id a ha( . and , f - i re l t ,n ; - «Jllil...ul.lh.< .l/mii.r |.arty , wn. t . ut, .,,'nlh , (-.anleii (.» thniK I n spil o <,f In n^uiu.-. l cal m hi» must, hav o b.o M Mr.m^ h nx^ed , f>»' ho cminenced lii-i opeia t t,, a o l < 111 n k 111 r. b y dir.l'.'i'K hli l \\' ! \ lhl <'\ ' mimaeiil/.t e ,. n >\i-l pat h siivi.'h.ii-.iv li.a t ll m lar^i i rolle r v-ns i.ecle d fo r hul f a n n.-iir th e ji.o t Mioriiin^ i n orde r t o K111...1U1 mattei H doun . Thon , ashame d o f thiH bi n -t o f pasNx.u. h o ualko. 1 ,'.ai-dle:-i of()<-|oU. r dew s an d .hill y ai r thre w himsel f uiin . wal . an d xlr..\ o t o a.voun f f... what , ba d liajMH-iKsl, ,m d t o del ,-i min e j(.- ( r e lint, thin k a 1 how.-idd , an d w o MIHV jnv - t , ut I p. i il, I, n a i Mi I Dial in ll n i l .e \ce|e, | |..im. l eve r t o I lie , tllllu'. A I i I Frank Ihie w I h e en d o f I n i ,-i,.|ir nuir. u, hi M .j,ctfu ) :- ftr-.f. rl.ilM'a,ce<| , U i d hope| e ; n c :; Vo:i wil l wri t walk-.d slowl y t o live, ten , twent y C,-rru1 liei •;. ,'• J,<i- \'L 'wrn\ 1 ! 1 \\\ 1 1 .•:,. l e, 1 j 1 i',plnri, l; ,j ''\IV.V.-I.-M-MV hea d <.ver her , HIII though t siru.- k •'I Kh-.nl.l lilccj Hi I oil HIM (,-ht il l HlViih ) Ji e would Hot eiovel I flin f.u.-st, ha \ in;r left, ;;d, h e id, f,O Cou'd vh.'.t Hharply . M IH. Mille r v.ailed . H o t.iok a. slxei . ,,l' p..,j,-r. ATkir what . Wad . lo r her . Ki m shal l b i lia d happen,. ! h e fell, !„•• r . 11I.I no t nddro.s s th e woman h o hv.d a s \My d-a r MisH r~ r > -. Clausou,\ and lx - di d no , ,h: : - l o v. -it o \My 11 ^^7 /yl ~C?« dear Heat nee.\ S.,l,is|..«l.,- I, .;,„. abrupt, .: I -- f •-'\• ' >:,• • ^ift\ ]y , without, ad-ln-;:, , I' a-i y kind. Mo-.eover , HI M very six..-/ , llc- o if, , : Now thai . I l-a\-Mn:il,e< l my (jue., t x,n , and 1 havo r ,neii \..,: r an.n r , t II n: n w.mld 1 rathe, - 1 I. Tl . 11 • i -; ],!a . >,::,.,, • ,•, , ,- stayi' d ^\$) -\{{\ ;'; » Hn bunded Ih.l. tt,r U, Mr, Miller. Sho ^V •• • ••'•>' \U,,>k i t 111 a reluctant m-ii-rr. \Voiiliavo written anything unl-in d t o IKT; 1 ' «h e !//• t-i-' 7 if- hapM h - v. .-!•, All Ihosamotho luv. H. l\Miur, /'\ J ,[]f'' x ^\.' r -'J \^~ M.ld.-i, a «„,„,„• t o ,h, .lay. j fj,) | \$} j\\ f J } V l.'rai.k V..-..I. K-..-U to I 1,,/.1.'W.H,.| Jbuie, an d j *< \ V\ ii : iilil:ilillSii?I; MilMi : drive n Mis . CI; •'/ \l I \Kood-ni'dil I'Vank fell I Mill , <u , , ., 1 I!. id Frank . \Must I \II be oi-ieuud in that I eleve n th e ]„ • that, 111 tho few houi s -Ms-e ho hud been r<- jeeled tw o ]»e: ons ha d had.* liim wait, a.xl i.; V . - Mordle, mln^heerv.oplnnisi.u - way , Mrs. Miiler, in he r s. ,-ul,re, l-.df --nl run<vd, hi..',hiy-\\roii;dit reiivjoii:! fivn/y. r (J or o'-dinary id.a/hh o held! C I- 1 r to . I .VLnlHiH:)!.-! , ill.'iult'l h o h a i be e ^\V 1 \'\ Ih-r.eeand ll-rbe o.lo x t \ pe , b.xl e him a n i-.-iNon'sicl i o f relie f :vi M ,' I. Hi , h:i » ih l v (. . the eminent. l-,tae|,|e . At , •• v ..ix - had sai d y 1 ],-,,- , (lil , | (h, , • > think o f ap..lo;-./.in - j l,. : ,i!y . \A , dnuhled thei r I MivVlHUt..> ll .'-''l,Oluke: l .SVi, ' s/i,dl /»• i/,n,rs ,, ( f.isi ck Frank . Did t hi-s str.-ni\ him of he r ow n iirmnl , \\ it her^ ll n h -art. bea!, \ ,, : h.i H..ia . o an d 1 wiy , va.-tlie d (' • n-.ll..,:- , ,....! p . ed th< < h.rl.'i ;•'•! (he «l|i !:• III- . f-i'i e il.u-.ii'l. | lU . Vnll wun'l) tell |,er. .•d him Unit , six - •i I... Led ..I .,,,.• , ).. maniac , w ith he r c;ii U :,l|y t. m ::, of fon»-or- dainmeii f an d |)ivde.st,n/il ion. N.'vcrthclcss , if cithe r of hi s counselors piv « him 1.-.,^ it, wa s thi s mad , wd d spokou fanalic . SIK< was , s o t o say . Kcjitri.-c's bod y lu-i-vaiit, a.xla.i.suc h mi-lit, b o presume d t o kno w somethin g o f th o soon-Is ,,f he,- , n i.-.- lress> heart , o r a t th o leasf, t o bonhl o t o jnako a : d'rcv.-d f.-ue:is (it. them . So , in f;pito of hi s iarj;oii about, th o cld-f, those.-ds, an d th o rest ,spr Mr. du - al be A t I.-!..I. lie went, t o l>ed, u oildoriii- u hu t nnsv.-er h e would n-ceiv.s (,, lu-t [.'(or. I t is to k,e ho p <l th e pr,,n.i:<> lioinad o Mrs. Miller was t o bo 111010 taer. d (ha n (IIOMI mad o t o lb.rac o an d llerbei! , f,,r he blew nut- th o lam p anyhow , an d left t ho hearlhni - totjike, •an' of i't.-elf. Alas fo r th e \hop o eternal. \ It, wa s al l He-.tnee, ul,i . ll. With th'< palh. s (.M.-ndllie; .',» will. 'h.:. SIIIIVUIK; wJer . ' II. r ;l ,,\t : tin 111 i.,h, i tho pape r in hi s l::.j.d, a;.d e,l, not- I! -,V;ee, !.„;. |,, : , i\\ ;. f ; 1 -;:: ; 1 -••••••'•=•\•= % i d j iiiti i •; p r '- he \ w 1 1 -d . r L..-K .bd he fiNndo t, v ni'.l .• 1 ...-.t lii ., 1 ed, and IIKM.M IT . ( 'arrull.er -' cr.io |\<r i;i,, r l.idu. irtu II N. IN in the I.IK wn;-,onetle, Uo tuni.,1 fe 1, ,Ke han.la with Hcatnco. \1 camohero ,111 nv.did m body,\ ho uud to himself; \1 e, (i : ...v with 11 chrmiie mental disease. The ex |i'iiv/,.< i.< a sorry on,.. 11 Won't you como with us, Beatrice •\ a^ke] fr-:-bort. •e drew back her outstretched hacd, and hesita'-ed. Frank turned his eyes away. H« would in nowa y plead for this concession. Sud leuly, ai:d in a defiant way. which such a trivial matter by no m<a\.s s e;n. dt o call for, she exclaimed, \Yes i v.-.li come. Wait for rr « ono irunute.\ Jnono minute, liter- <\liy, Bhe was t»ack again, In her tint an a jacket, and seated opposite Prank. Few wonl.s j>?xsse<l botwe<^n thoi.i during tho drive to Iho station. A mero gorxl byo was all they said an Frank took his seat \in tho train; but as tha t train roiiod out of Hlocktown, an his eyes for tho lu-st time met Beatrice's fairly an d fully, Mr. Carruthers' heart leaped in a way which would have been a credit to a lx>y'a of IB, and once more nnd for ever ho know that no vanity of his h'.id led him to dare t o think that in Miss ('lauso;i>! man nor towards h.xn th'To was an undefiiiable, inscrutable \something; which had led him to risk and apparently lo'e all. Ho 1 \hope- eternal\ sprang again, and the conviction forced iteelf on Mr. Carruthers that tho day mi^ht como when, m ppito of his conclusion number three, ho must per- forco \grovel.\ 1 And, notwithstanding lm prifie, th:.: fact way by no means a:i unplensaiiu one! [To be Continued] -WYLIE'S RHEUMATIC OIL,- FOH MAW AND BEAST ! To be Uwod INTEUNALL\ ana EXTERNALLY. ind Wonderful Dis. KEEBEVILLK, N Y.—It ts with t pleasure that I add try testimony hi re Rheumatic Oil. I was for a long tirm lie, and had used bollaaonila Wylie'B llheumatic Oil. Aft< IlTalfs'n Hone y tho Kront Oouffh euro, 2ic.,W OcrmanCorn Itemovc r UillRCornR.Bunio Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye-Black & Brow Pike' s Toothache Drops euro in 1 Minut Sean's Rheumati c IM1U ,aro a suro car BMRDOOJC fhtt h\ \ .S//7// of Bi B( K!Hj( k BKOD Birn R, Wra> v, At /,!)!\ Rom ^ BuRi)O( k Bmoi) Rn TFRS f »>•«!{>< I > 1 • i I Ii i 1 it ni , (lii 1 t o <;i\ i p , in,l unlock VMtt\ „ M L tint K i t h ') I n i il u i n [m lid I Mitlcml w . < i thi\ M t i IK i i stot n u li troubl e s i d ( h sp f ])^i i a s \ ( II n fioi n \\\i r m I UHII H \ i omp l nn t 1 u i-. no t ib k t o il u ' lotn\ bu-ut n My \if i \ \ i iflluiu l II mm!, ti n min i w i> \ \ t u i d n i yuii I i i n th ( p ip( n md m id i up ou i i niKhlliit \\t WUHUI (r/t'i n 1 Ii i t ul t i i in \ win a i d 1 In m lo i u p i\ , Hor n i m l I u n no w il 1 t > < > i n I I bud work thni Ufou l i K i \< I I ' i li<\( d ni v I <I<K v iroiiiil i \ - ' \\i liot h ^ lb h you ti n in iki I ( i Kpu d I ) I t \ I \\r)()\ ( IH v i V t ill drivo the ITnmorfromyonr , and mako your skln and Btnootu. Thoee mpies and Blotclie» lnch. roar your beauty ' Send two Sc. Rt.imps to A. 1'. Ordway &, Co., Bunion, MJIHB., ntxl rotclvo an cltpint sot of fancy cards frco. t fu i fr8~ PILLS \THE OLD RELIABLE.\ 25 YEARS IN USE. The GreatoBt Medical Triumph of the Ago Indorsed ail over the World. 8YMPT0MS OF A TORPID LIVER. Losaof appetite. Nausea, bowels cos^ tive. Pain in the Heactwith a dull sen- sationjn. thqjaack^part^ainjunder the ghoulder blade, rulinegs after eat- ing, with a disinclination to exertion ofbody_ormiad, IrritabJUity of temp- er, Low Bpirits,Los3 of memory,with a fooling of having neglooted somo duty, jwuarinoss. Dizziness, Flutter^ ingot* tho HeartTlSo'tsboforejEEeoyes, Yollowflkin-Headaoho,Restlessness ut night, highly colored tJrino. IF THESE WARNINGS AREtlNHEEDED, OEBIOUO DI2EACE3 WILL COOH BD DSYELQPZS. TUTT'8 PILLS urn cHneciafty athipt.il to Hunli eii.sen, ono doso .-Hi-eta such a change of finiltiiK a-i to UHtouiHh tho suUerer. Thay lucrcaa o th e Appetite , mid CRUijc leu. it n Islxd , nnd by'tlioir Toni«- .lillm i 011 Ihn l»l<r«liK5 Organs , Itc^u ftflf MAIR'IYL ' KY tun : or WU!\KKKS changed t BbfQmatism, Sprains, Bruises, (liolcra Horbas, Bilious Colic. Pain in the Stomach or Side, Paia in the Bowels, Cramps in the Limbs, Dysentery troap, Chilis, Colds, Chilblains, Toothache, Nenralgia, Headache, Earache, Sore Throat. Lame Back, Flesh Wounds and Cuts, Spinal Complaints, Burns, Scalds, Corns, Swellings, Frosted Feet and Ears, Stuigs and Bites of Insects and Reptiles, and all similar Ailments. i also one of th e most Valuable Applications known for WOUNDS, BRUISES, CALKS, Sl'KAlNf!, SWOLLEN LEGS, <&c, OS HORSES. ire but a few of the many who have already testified as to its MERITS : SEvfLLE, N. Y.—I had my ankle pprained idly fit a Lara raising, BO that I was obliged to mt w.th a crutch and cane. I tried several ntfl with no great relief. I was induced to try s Rheumatic Oil. It was not long after I com- d using when I laid away my cruich and cane. ' ' ' y ankle it with- :he greatest of ' KE gardto Wylie's iery B troubled with go al plaster* for linim Induced to try • Wylii • part f ' • tie. the pain had left my back entirely/ I hope this I am now around about my btisi; will be heeded by many sufferers of my own com- ; is completely cured It i the b WILLIAM STONE, n, N. Y.— I have used Wylie'B • Neuralgia and Kheumatiflm. and recommended to be. I think ttis I overy family should keep it in tho j FE B j oil in nied In iuv^uuilv rNo^ hnrmnHc oil v,i« ^ So hor^B ™ VR m th°Zst SrS Y ; April 3. 1«sS., flfo part 5 have sold at rotail over 4' o bottles of Wy- umatic Oil 1 nan n;iy of it that I never hoard s spcalt of it but to'pr.iiw. itn virtnoH In tho anner. ('. S. TAYLOR, I'ropt'r Peopled Store. EH,L E un, N. Y.—Wvlia'fl Rlieumatlc Oil 1H all that | to Oil for pain i orticcd to bo for Ileadacho and Rhmimatio | bonollt. i ld f ything l t th •fully recommend it to othorn. J.EVI GARLICK EHKVTM.E. X. Y.-Uavo UHod Wyllo'H Hhnu)« lcOU. It him always atiBwrirod oxpoctatlonn, ar oHt sure and UHpful family medicine GEO. E. WILKINSON, Dentist. N. Y. — I havo much pleasure in stat •lerived much benefit from WyliiV THOMAS LYNCH. red. It is the best option, I ever used. CHARLES B. STRANAHAN. FEBBONA, N. Y.- I have tried Wylie'B Rheumatic, il in our family, and I think from our experience is all that is claimed for it. C. W. BAKER. KEESEVILLE, N. Y.—Wylie'B Rheumatic Oil ia the best medicine I ever took for Cramps in the stom- ach. It cures as if by magic. I used it also for toothache, and it gave instant relief We think now that we could not get along without it in the house. EDWARD DUNDA8, JB , KEEHEVILLE, N. Y.—We hare uged Wylie'e Rheu- matic Oil in our faimily, for several ailments, with „„*:.„ „„*.•„<•--.= - For croup It has DO equal in the W. H. GRAVES. :, N. Y.—Havo used Wylie's Rheumat- iho Bide and back with the greatest \VM. LAUNDREE. od, and I , KKKHEvit.r.E. X. Y.-I take pleasure in recom- - -ndlng Wylie's Rheumatic Oil as the best medicino >cd for lame back, apralna, aad general family GIL80N THEW. KEESEVILLE, N. Y.—I havo used Wylie'a Bheti- itic 00 for lame back ; also for different ailments my family, and havo recommended it to others, all cases its effects wore favorable. We would not .„.»»..,..* .* HARRISON ARNOLD. facti of that dis t- j UBO. d I | K ...... N. Y.- I of WyJie's Rheumatic 0-1, np think It can't bo beat, and «apeeially fo'r headache. SYLVESTER HATHAWAY. H*. H. BURROUGHS. used several bottles p F . Rr , N . Y—My wife hna been cured of Rheuma- famlly metlicine, I tism in her arm by the use of Wylie's Rheumatic Oil. 1 am now using it, myself, for Rheumatism of offlca in my fa nvonmn ey were <<f no benent to mo until I com- .0 use of Wyllo'H Rhoumallo Oil, and it A. W. BOUCHEE. LI.K. N. Y.—You certainly havo the most , n-medy I over havo BP«U. I havo tried it propertii illy for sovoral ailments, for which you the best linim y ml it, fft d it has failed to lu..., desired effect, EDWIN A. JORDAN. KEF.HF.VHXK, N. Y.—I havo tried Wylio'a Rhou- raatlr: Oil on my hornon for H])raiued legg, and can confidently recommend it as a llrst class preparation. JOHN FRAZIER. Oil an tnvaluU'lo remedy. II. N. ROBERTS. C. W. McABTHUR. :. N. Y.—I regard Wylie'a Rheumatic \-' ' \w man or beaat that I havo .. . jughly tested its curative srties. It nets promptly, and may be depended an invaluable family medictnee, and I can un- , nil .atiugly recommend it to all. H. 0. STEVEN8,Postmt8ter. PERU, N. 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