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ERIE WERItLY 011111EBTIER.
Li Ti. .01111altna BOMll3.Bl6"skrAug Suomi
Orteims toe Poet OWitiOn.
zatIPTION—Two Dots.sas &in Frerr Oars ser
„ A ils if rad in elclibc• ; TwaitiDost.sze if not
the ospiretbra of the yeas. dabeeribere
0 ,4 by , curea will be chalet Pore Cure a
cottliEllENTA —4lo. Flots•ro tK r m Linea eoe to•
~!„, ; two /wartime Iteo this* inset .,
unst i t,.g; one snont,tt $2,011; two months 11276
r „ m~stle p. 10; sis months MAO; one pier Stitt.;
..the adrertiestnente e
ta proportion. Thal Thus
h , g r ictly Lidtt.r o4 to, nelson ehingri by special
,„ t met, pr it lb* option of the publishers. Audi.
Nntvii, Strays, Divorces and lila slyer's,-
; Adullairtratser Notices $3.00 ; Leal
rivs_rintis bpi; Vardar. Notice. reuses
r, t. & OIVA; oaltuety NotUee (ewer tb•-•
nu* nuts per Ito* Original pOery. ..„
tifn tbe rsqueet of -the idlter,
alinetsavents will be count... 4
0, expel sof the prnmu advertising . , sat . ,
zut by Ilia doection, solos. a Spicalej
r"1 arnn lAr It. Ict.ertion
eKIS bai• non of Ibe t...t
.•th,r4 to the Mlle. sostnev ready 4., ray 'run. IL.
,b.oia . th a t n. entrusted to us. In equal style
t 4 as• sessonshutsot outside of tbe large•t
Alt communicationsll &null be addresned to
Pub'Libor aid Proprietor.
les,reee ear& in t" la rhb eAntnn et the
I,o`ergslFollar. per year—aceordlog to
t irl.lKlll. .
pip AT LAIR, 6 I.rte imams",
. i„„. 0 s.drases atuadiad to with
~.. awl affP 4ICI ‘ -
ATIVILYIT Law. lu W 's Or.
street Ede, Pa, wax
D 0,4. •-• '
11,01$141.ff1k .4a / ift (1,4,0
t 4111 2 .9. S*.l,lrsysp.r., ' I %Alm
ztt,re gad. i•rogru'.
I 11 k• •
C 1411.1411 has tales the ULM! KUSI rt
liatecet, Street, gnus tbe P WU , itt depot,
&to prarti4 to (Mash Wgis Inrge
l aallUee, a. the !lONA ovulate prkos. •
'II4BYL I 4.
krroksrre Aro Cocroatioso AT LAW.
Block, tow Korth Woe conoirof Ova
, Crrr fackurigt, Nang suiiy year. 'ay yty
or, is ireparadivr.arTsy or make Piano orkiape
Cokitv,la. flies to COMMIX Connell Room,
ti Steck. • °P1.64-13-*
1' HILO eerNITT,
aVercalel tpsPasts. omaroand
Wiiya• glad, Immrsem Fifth sad
mum PETOIIIIWI GALizarr,
Fa' - jaaltr&W.
!I as W 1 Lava,
- Lawns at Law. Ridgway, ra,
W. W. WILBUR.
R. HULL.: • nOPRISTOR.
bI cf Sewall sot* Matte Streit -4m ovtare mit 01
Sidotart. Warren h. Rept. se—n.
Itranos 0,1113 PIIACEr Paraton Bloat
cabig Welt of Farrar Ball, SW., Pa
Jurriaz or raz Puna. Oaks tz. Own*
)uth-vast tenor of OVA Lai &au straits.
- doas lawthr sad colkatloza wade prompt
Frsoth street, betimes itti sn.l3th streets,
•a. di Eris Railroad Depot, Erie, Pa n
, PN.prietor„ Extensive aerommata•
:Orit.‘ers sz: travelers. After.: hy It . day or
syrscbs4. syr2sBBrf. ,
Panto:anus TA 1.41 , 0 R •nd
?Lath. kiayiva's Patent .towloK Itaablu.a
)vt to ner. Stab etreit,between ittb sad 9tb rtle,
ci,vta, wad! in °Mar to tbv tneet et)l4
U. BONN g,
Lrangy A3D Sun*. co Elieltb
State u 24 rine Hones and sr
, Oil russeastkia tams. my7/114-Iy.
& M 111111,T104
MAsrrAcirriums of Steam Kigiass,Bollora,
leriealtml Itnplenorttp lailrov , ears,
- 'DI7TUT Ogg. In AuPik- s ‘ge
Ltis Park. Erie. Pa 7,
RIDIMAT, Cti N, Pa. Mi. C. U 1.16.111V+T0,
nor This is • mew and handsomely fitted up
.8 the Midst of OMB of the beet TrOstlag and 11 net
losts la rear:vivant& Comasodl Alt Ker.Lus,C.64l3
Good Tat& sad bloderste Mew. The public
!I. A. tiALlra'al.
va~•t~~tp& - 4TLmr--thliceuck tab • tree,
mut ficraa, Iris, Pb.'
Or►agµ oa Sinntres -Tula, near
Nev. 4.1864 -13610111..
C. 1111110 E,
thins o aMy Cloops, GlOCtiti se,
1, girtWai, Ma* cot'
ith street sod ?Wu *MI% ink Ps. ja77U.
istosauta I* , apron,
virsoiAts Asp EMIL DCALINTI IA
td Provisions, Mar sad nod, Wood and
1, Whom ,Liersorm, T.._44eocc4l,llrs. Stat•
to IrOltilell 1110 . 1011, fatitrOnOto
LK UUTSI.9 Waterford, Pa.,
Roar! Loam, PROPJUXI4,II.
_ Apo', mad careful attention ¢lreu to
of swam ap611.5.1y•
/Annie? nt Law and J. P.
ta4 Claim &tent, Couteiesoer and Collector,
Gazette balldlnt, mittivirat *MOT of Tr and
ti,Eris, - spl: 5- tf
l'oftwolouto- AND CONIIIIIMON ilitscsArt,
Worstimo 02 f'ablio Doak, Mast Comer of
tt.. alio, 400lor in Cool, Salt, nab, floor,
%tor Una, /a. 21. 8.--Portfoulaz staiontlon
too Itotnivusi and P ot Petro.
rod Mood. to ill p orts coontry.
Duda} la Prowlima, Produce, Frei Worm,
ka! sad Moue Waco. Mae; !Aquas. ice..
ontoalte Pomona, St* Pa.
AtimemilinoCeasuzzoits at Law
- 52 .W0:_ati roods. Orituady ball
11-nd all other legal bud
Erts, Werros end Ton
aly aid promptly.
At. to Belhrolth, IBM -Van a lirscht
'g Marini Me, Ps.
B ia :oiehetton. W. D. Brown
1141.411* , tZLEBE4TED
UGH -R - ElvIE DY
will ottstiltstion sad poplar area etas tiva tinen
itstonittely land 4 Kin the bun ts.oty )are in
nteat I sag Siemer eith sore decided te-
Etat tuniteon bottne patihe, ot
einseamery to Lomfagallilia
writs_ lie nanstoeeen4 veal; oozes to poet
es eon • deism of eonddeano la Its value lons
mtersd• reeeeey bmfg,plsesant, 9"4,
nib In • itt inkiniatton—la imaged to alt Ng*
ist itubintriiiinnl'obnia4 be kept In every ht.n4
diets nee tibia regaltio. 11 Watt and lona
are treated with tie use of this fluted, In
se Vies. • ha assuber al degas ertli b.
CuDO4l *OUDT le the Nit remedy known
tit* followlag col plum.
CoUGNI, CAolir or 114TTLLs,
w PLIMII4I4 11141011CMT13.
0110 oPl#41-0 1 itION
, tee Yoko eati d arelso Ma hoe
teo Ceeco le Per
411.LV&L; Lis •1343 Prope*tore,
*I. h‘Sokl door Ll:nth Ol Somas Week Kele.
We tr DrvEeets sad deeleze throughout the
NTRONOZVri MUM V•
agile CHI aut rialattx.
• Osisbratod GAO Itocardy (FM
la carts; dimes atlas Throat Lod Leap,
ar• ta Ito nos to tit* allotod
""t lllll Allooly, "oath, al pablie.
Waittww SawMau, u.. 1
ilchard l nbriss.
, i 11 0111111C1i142.4, I. T. Cs,
.4;.' SAWA Boar, Dual Hurst,
Ilk J.Robtasoo, C. K. Me;
dus4 W. r.ittsberuseht. 4. 11 cion•Yo
am, P. C. a' J. W.Colves,
"" 4, 4laasas tliarercual, WIII. H. WaA
d....,R. EL C6°Peri 4 W. Tarte
isurar, ra,,,,0, Dusiosr. K..
4 NIL' L 4 464. Gnukt. - J. Salsbury,
.auus A. all - 11. ITT,
Noma WU*. J. I. DR.
RY. Phatvba, J. Rothisou. 24.
au. W.1C40, Alt li• Vl"k
0 . P. gasSia. e. . flpirrll.
Kitt. DM K 2, '64-4011
'• k 4
' I2 E niecriher riillch'eserhauy Rene (free
411 who depine it, th• copy of a ti/XPLII
h" • as mod of tbat DMZ disease Con.
•• c;,t, „s„ „nuk, A. 144114. liboatlila ft
..dietyn, Le idaeoroly hopes will tr 7
. 41 .101
11/171:10 thoy will biome Una oots&uoc
oktol fortds ova esparisie custom
toziot o to platio ta Lbo bawls of mg newit
am. Thom 'Whin timatP• w ith roll
vtU plums call ow of
Sailfir — la r Attiral
Ms. m Jobs an*, Ike Ingelt,
et ,s 6U:iG4-IN'MOKE
b7 7 / 7 8/1.6"A15/_74 1 I
jiR. :4 l' Et If 'K LA ND'S IiELLIFLITOIJS
I 0. km Itm,.:Am 14 as rrantaid to tun Coagha.
&at,' Ito,inu.o.x4, A Fthmq, Wht , tling Cough, Foto
Thattit, t:,,oaumptiou, and at! alfictlous of lila Throat
and i. , , 11EM.,,
Foi.0•00 1., diuggia'a Cii•nPral depotT, No .6 Etiat Orktith
rtiewt, Laucionatt, Ohio. - . s '
• , '
ALL the Medical men and the Piess
I...minuend Dr. Strieklanire anti•Claolirra Mix
ture as the only certain remedy for Diarrhea and ,Dyn•
eatery. it Ica eambieation of Astrincente,lheorbents.
. stimulants slid Carminotires. snit 1. irseraned to effect
a cure after all other means hate failed.
Foe sato - by Druggist!. General delitit, 6 at inarth
street. Cincinnati oho.
ritt. Stilt:Mawr% Pile Remedy haa cured
ALF • e-,equi of thew prat eases of Blind and Bleed.
tog Iv; It gees f om•dmte retiet, sad dhotis pm.
mea-nt cur.!. .5, it directly. It la warranted to ann.
For eye by drulzie , • (leoei al depot, 13 tiet-Irottrtit
street 174:telt/natl. tdilo,
Dispapsia l N ervou a nera an Debility.
11 tt , ,L , lrminend, thole attraring With um. or AT=
iodigestAws,, or , Oisp.pels, Nervousness and it
Dett,ity. tc use Strickliad'e T00t , .:. 'lt is a tigetalail
weparatio 1:11 free aura UOOhelfs Ltpders; it etrangthans
the whole Nerrone system; It crsatee a good ivpittilio,
end is wirranted to cure NPMCUITIMNI and Natrona
a lILDIIii NLKTLV,
' For sale LI Druggists generally' at $' ar bottle.—%
Prepare,* by Dm A. Strietiand. 0 Last Fosseth
Great Gift Distribution.
Watches, Chains, Lockets, Bracelets,
Gold Peas, aci, ac,
S. M. WARD & co,
208 Broadway, Nest York
100,000 Watches, Chains, Lockets, Braeslets,
Wags, Gold Pens, he., ke„
WORTH $500,000, TO Be 801,0 . AT ONE DOLLAR
CA.fIH, WITIIOUT Ri:OaltD TO 1 / 4 11111111.
And not td ao paid tr:r until you know what you are t*
ro and act to te kept Rubles yeti are -
per ...di r satisfied.
Splendtri Lae of Ar bolo to be sold for $1 ascii:
a iblr.ll - ‘g n.. 210300 ask
100 u•rh• s, . .... 60 00 debt
::901.4m1J0u a atcbta Ur 00 sett
vt.r Watchee. $l6 00 to 25 00 *WI
0 °Cold Sect and Vest Cb 12 00 t,6 00 omit
1 00 , 1 Cit.tt,i - niLue an re and Chains, 6 00 to 16 00 soca
BLAO NCO and re. t Chains, 400 to 1200. hei
4(00 So 1tei , 0,),v . .k. Gold Brooches. 400 to 800 orelt
4.0c , 0 Cor Brootbes.... :; 00 to 800 sell
7,000 Gold Jet. ko , Ear 000 to 8 Whoa
6,000 Gen& Breast and Burt tlas,. 300 to 800 soli
0,000 • Ts. Baud Bre.:elite, 300 to 800 oialt
2.01.10 Chased Bratalets,.... 600 to 104415001 a
3010 Diamond Pina and BIN. 260 to 800 out
2,000 Go , d t ateb • 6.3 a, 3 tiO to 1100 ow*
6000^olittire8Ieeve But hinds, 000 to 1100 Neil
3,000G.14 Tb.mblts . 400 to 600eneb
r,00) • inlet:ire Lockets - 00 ki 00 444
11,00 Attn. lockets, Magic spring,.... 400 to 000 Meal
11.o00liew :Azyle. 400 to 600 each
2,00 n id Tootly4eta, ('rowan, h o ., 200 to o lie aeb
8,000 Fob and hitloli 00 t.. Lod ea a
6.0,0 t based Gent 200 to b Warts
•4,401 Slone Set Rings 200 to 6 Oleadt
0;5. 0 rieltit Lnuee Jewelryjet &gold: 600 to 00 MK&
6,000 • various styles 800 to 16 00 sac&
4,000 Gold Pens,allver case & pencil. 400 tc 000 each
4,0' 0 Gold Pone, Gold Case & Pencil bootolo 00 each
0,00 G. o'il Pens gold mounted holder SOO to 600 oath
eertinratos of the various articles are Armed to envy.
lolt.e, sealNl sat ctiteA. Thep eavalopea will be mot
by taail 111 ordered, without regard to choice. After re.
Belting the cot ttricate and seeing whet article it repro.
genii, you are at liberty to send and get the article, or
any other on the list of t by came value, and after seeing
ce: , dc, if I: do,, not g ve perfect sioisfattlon. we
destra yi u to return It and g-t motley. In nl' trial..
aa'ioue h , notal we charge for iILIF car Utast. ace•ata,
fire , —rtsticatd, w, l L 1 sent foe 41,,eleren for $2, thirty
for St, ouo hundred for 81.5. Airente wanted every•
whe:c. W e allow agents tea unite on each certificate,
provided their remittance aniouots to one 4' Ilse. Also,
extra premiums tor ill/ ge order..
m inty the receipt of St AU, we will 15144
• solid 'Oyer shield Apure coin) or buire, far , salter
division . r corps, in Il l s c4c,iy, or a earatty. infantry,
artillery, oc;inei• - : or puotooner a p u, witti yaw,' Dame,
testannt, and comp:tar handsemely 'aerated theme,
toirether with our wholesale litustrttei circular to
El:"Flit.. WARD & Co.,
209 Broadway, New York
WHoLESAtE & R,ETAIL • +
P. A. BECKER,
1111 L KS Al. E AND RETAIL GROCER,
Varth-East Cerro of ike - i'ar74 1r 'mull Strait,
Ilff , al.l respectfully cell the mitten lieu of the eatemaretty
to h Li Large Stock of
GROCERIES 41.4 D
Which he is desirous to eell at the
to not eorposeett to the city, 6 , 11 11 porparod to prop To to
itti who give him • call •
Jaen keeys constantly on band a superior In't al
for the wholesale trade, to which he threats the atteotios
of the public
Hit motto IN •.(101c4 :lane, WWI Prate add a tall
Cquiralont for the Money." aprilliatt
D. W. HUTCHINSON,
Jnited States Ohdia-Aiet t .
PENSIONS, BACK PAY ,
Awl. all OW C;ltins Vet the 6071111:1123•11t atUndad
rirlp i . It c.at ion by Mai attended to tiut agaser
Mad. to person.
Crawford, Christian it Rath,
GROOM/ES AID PftOVISION3):
Dried said Sealed - /Fruits.'
?Airms 6 WLS, ,
Ship Chandlery. Bost storm
NO. 7 etE.srrrs BLOCK. PAIIS
itltto, Public Duck, Foot of lave ;
. _ PSSN*A.
W. A. .ItAWFORD. • R.F.t
jan2freS!.o J. BYROM RUTH:
roe Tin HULL - • •
THIS ExcELLEst trAln, DREstiiNg.
and eroaderfvl flair Bratoiretive-stkii-oplasi
precedes/MU% feehlousble circles mud M seplieoillig
other preparovone, not only to tale country bet Wei Ilk
tures* am! south Amerial. Thousands of heals" 'ese
annually used la the Court circle, of rads, -LIMWu in;
Peter built sad Madrid. and toe silo Is Cubs IS ow*
moue. h.EI7 Sr.' A MBROSI 4414 emceed of snotty es
tr....t from herb, of won•erftil virtue, sod lablphly 11011-.
tee-vivre Tensity of stquiste perfumer - IreSeutsally
PINST , 'Ut. ibahair f fling out. sod ceases lt to grow rep
141y...thick sod long. a 1.1911k/S iho hair _owl asd lfltee
it • al..' t appearance.. Ito toilet la ceniplat• wishes&
if. Prier 'Th cent. pre Urge bottle. "
6074 hy druggists sod deafen ter fumy coeds to alf
pap ofthecirl oed word. Wholesale by Si! Ir , lsetorler
Stu - a - AU Is emery city, and aa r
RKEV KA' Allnak4ll TALPOIN -
(0.112 Aittrilt fitted; Dt. T.
► .a KWH, ti VII A HOS k Cc), Pkilsikatkla.,, esaatal
• oat% for r. a .01 Inas. StS-1%1.
A large Attosissoot Of Robb, 160044 al**
"intim, Dolls, Doll No Goloorissa Aso he
Clslldnra, Yams, Ports *gm/
Z 4 YQ>IQM
UM assortment of
TWO_ DOLLARS AND -- iiilOrgOV -l ir- PAM`iN AWN Negri IV Ki r k • .1) tiWTETAIR viktit EY R ka/J)
MY ALIO:: VAUNT.
We u-r , l to think it. wt to queer
To see Lim in gray hair' "
Sticking our quills tsehind Me ear.
And strright forgriting they were diem
WP chink it w3l ea strange ,
• That 4,...Ph0u1d twist-snoh hair to marls,
And Hist his wrinkled rheek sitstild change
its color , ike a girl's.
Our foolish mirth dr.thi.l all rule, -
As glances, each of filch, we Mote,
The turning that hi, wore to.echool
A rose bud in Mal won hole.
'And very eagely we aneed
That such a dunce teas never Anima—
Fitlyi and trying Ftin to rekti
Love verses with a tender tone:
Nujoyous mils would over eisr
Par sober looks, we often
It we were but a Schoolmaster,
bat - withal, his old, while head
Use city we out kits kuoity stall
Nearly in two, and each and all
43f us declared that Rd should laugh
' To gee it break ant lot him fall
Irpokhes pine desk: wee drew
- His picture—pitifil to "see.
Wrinkled and bald—half fol4e, half true,
And wrote beneath it—twenty-three.
Next day came eight o'clock and nice,
Nut be came ant; our pulses quick
With phy, we said It would be See
.1f the old Schoolmaster were sick.
dud still the beach trees bear the ooze
Of wounds which we that morning niade,,
Cutting-their slivery bark to stare
- ' Whereon to count the games we played.
At lasi, as tired as we could by,.
tpon a clay bank, strangely still,
' Wadsatdown to a roc to see •
1 is worn cut hat come afi-the
'Twas hanging on a peg—s quill
Notched down, and sticking In the band,
ittfilleaned, against his arin chair !Mil •
His staff was waiting for his hand. ,
Aorose Ms feet his threadbare coat . •
Was lying, stuffed with many a roll
Ora' Copy plates," and. pad to rOttt,
• AAsad rose in the botten hole.
Bat Itti no more might take hie Olsoe
Oar leseons and our lives to plan;
Cold death bad kisseWtise wrinkhtd•faee
Of that most gentle gentleman.
Ali me, what bitter tears made blind
One young eyes, for our thoughtless sin
As two and two, we walked behind ,
• The long, black noon be was is.
And all, sad Wothen now. and Men
With wrinkles and gray hair can see
How he might wear a rosebud then.
And read love verses tenderly.
Prom Illadaireocrs irscadoe•J
Goy Nettles Ghost.
' 4 'The rebels conti - ued the ehase, and
though they were distanced, and the turns
windinca l of !be mountain-road con
cealed their enemy, Neville watt °MAl:lent
Of edemas. He knew tl-e road—he knew
that it led directly to his ancestral home,
and that the fugitive. c o uld not go much
further without halting.'especiatly as'they
had to carry with them a man. in all like
lihoth mmtally wounded. There, or at
the nf#iebnring re..idenee of the clergyman,
,thiy would probably leave him. The
troopers rode on rapidly They reached
the reetory ; it was de s erted, and they
searched it in vain With difficulty their
!captain restrained their savage wish to tire
the home of the man who had been the
f r ie n d iintl teac'er of lie! youth, the guar
dian s of hi. brother--now,-ens Guy had
learned from runvir, Nerving with'the Kin/
in the, south. it tas that tumor which
hod determined Guy to seek Nervice in
Laecashire. The band rode up to Neville
Orange. The Cavaliers were not there:
they bed passed by, said the ono domes
tic who was visible, at full gallop, and
without drawing bridle. Ouy looked at
the man hard and sternly, and he trem
blect and turned pale beneath — That gaze.
',." Ride on in pursuit," said the captain
to his lieutenant ; • I, with four,men, stay
here to search the house.' And he 'die'
mounted and entered the house. The
servant followed him, with voluble pro
tests that no one had crossed the thresh
old except the aged clergyman, who had
consented to take charge of it, since Mss
tar,Thihphad quitted it to join the King.
Guy cast a hasty glance over the lower
rooms and then passed on up-stairs. The
aureola accompanied him in.ever-increas
inglerror, which might, however, be at
tributed to the fact that two troopers fol
lowed him with loaded carbines: and two
Others held-theirs at full-cock pointed at
either side of his shaking head: Passlog
through root after room Neville paused
attlist., you are to sleep in tenight. It
looked the, ; much as it looks nevi, save
where this window is wan then a panel of
the oak which lines the relt of the wall.
The door vrm half open,and Guy entered.
A shun on the hare floor caught his eye.
tie 'stioPped and touched it with his band.
, _ Blood!" he said sharply hut be said
to more. He asked no question. -He
strode straight to the fireplace; and, put
tinglorth his right hand, touched a part
Of the panel where that window is now
'inked; The troopers stared. He pressed'
(I;4rdi still harder did they stare,
thstiervant stood with his. eyes almost
staikiiig from his head: gash% iu mute es,'.
motionless terror on the proceedings of
tie unknown intruder.
* Bring your carbines here,. thiee of
yon l' said Sir Guy, in a - low tone, ' Oee
of you keep his at that rascal's ear, ant!
blow i, out his brains if he speaks .;
the by tts to hear one aboie the other
in a line with my hand; knock Me *bb
pinel in' The aoltliets looked .at, each
other, clearly thinking their le j adei mad.
Why should he choose to try to knock to
pieces this part of the wall rather,than
another r nevertheless they obeyed. The
carbine butts went, with full f3reo agaittli
the oak panelling; a ho,llow sound wag
returned! They struck.ag.tia with ail the
timiitgtit they could,ittustel. A sound-of'
cradling wood followed ; the lapel, was
broken. Still it held its place, until Sfr
Guy thrust his arm through the hole
broken An by a carbine blows and draw a
itifle.'• l 4' stint - 41V - fired' tint 'the' other
side ; and, as hi drew IsitithfsAirokitti,
panid gave way ind !F4l before'
the riniwed'illews.of-fhe teat:444:
ritherlotteti l etixiai
open,-Itisfibere our 'heath:ate the
doori[ta a) si; hi t
kneltan 'aged 'tear: in the robed oPe
his back to the 'intruders - ; upon it liti
youth, b 1 head bandaged, is shirt hicva
stained, his lace livid with the ittie'ef
*pritaolijna desiti; and yet giitsiihka amok
' ing 'pistol In his right hind. '<ivy Neville
reetignised:thi;'adveisary 'with iiheitt he
bad orceled,swerds an d hour
tiit*??lii 04e ,
and staggered kook: he airoireau4aldisat
for utterenee. A l&deot'intii9n*an'ttiali,
and horror, bueehil:ef.rencgrdt:inti;l4ol
- the face of the dying man. • Ali excla
mation rose to his parted lip, f, bat ere it
ea, littered, ere'Qity'cottidfofttit breath.
a bait teini*onal;fr tber carbines ereahed
throurh Abe tot ode ged fleetl;errcrtitte Oay.
without fi word
"seeped with horrne,;the fratricide
stood on the threshold of the death-cham
ber. Hie ataring eyes were. lied, ttp9u
the corpse, his-. hand had fallen , by his
side, ther pain' of his' wound unfelt, the
very souses fruseq- the terror that
had - 'stricken hint' to the soul. •Be was
wakened Co consciousness by a voice that
• a .
be know well, alien W
ing - ont", cir
pbetio detxuociatiow that. pierced the con.
erienial of the margin:
hie rotor --blid ti.itifrouted the
startleil, Rumex& and . their °awaiting eblat
"'Flo, Guy Neiille, rebel to
. tby , Lug,
recreant to . thy God, mu rflerei of thy bro
ther I is it thus we meet fer.thelast time?
Go hence: the curse of Cain; 'super' that*
and the measure of thy crimes' IS hot yi,et
..• I .
He passed • out, • tin tette:lid by • the
tr f' c r ft s h1)/di nt
the to iardeis teStelkehou,ii pollute them.
Guy Neville etonia, rooted to the spit till
the old nuin "netiione. Then'te turned—
Bed from the Chsuilter and trom the house,
mounted his horse, and rode none knew
" rifVert years later, an "odd - andworn
Woo. cyoungwoman,.. and an infant, ar
rived-late one night, and' took possession
of the Grange. They were'all *dressed in
deep, Moo ruing.; tht father, wife, and child
of - a second Philip Neville, the' heir of the
race,'whit had just perished in'a drunken
brawl. - The widow nod orphan. were
lodged iu the moat distant4larteeof the
house; the old Man, aged In 'Middle life,
occuPied the chamber that, opened into
the secret room. They sought him the
next day; his chamber was vacant. One
old servant of the' nhwe, who alone knew
the secret of the panel; etrtereci the hiding
place whither a brother had...kei hie broth
er's murderers. There lay_Sir Ouy,on the
bed on which that corpse -had lain. still
spotted wtih blood. Then' 7tra no sign
of virt'.enee on his person, Lail' he was
dead Nothing to aecourit for his death,
but the exproa.iou of mortal-loranr-.en' s
cnnnt,inanee ti, e. bad never hiairetted . in
the race or Itattle • the feature% convulsed
with such an agony of fear se might - well
suffice kill. The denrj body' lay io
state, and the trembling peasactry and
horror-struck yeomen, who looked upon
it, whispered one another that only some
fearful visitant from another world could
have wrought on those iron tforves. the
teiTer which had driven the bll'iod-atsined
soul from a *au% •tilt erect'an:l vigorous.
And it is an arxte'leed creed Among titter
descendants to thiajlay," that either his
brother's spirit, or yet, some more terrible
apparition, bad come to summon the fra
tricide to hie last account!' •
' f-listened in silence. Charles told the
story with a faith that imposed upon and'
awed me, and I have since satisfied , my
self that it is is true as documentary his
tory can make it.; that Sir .Guy really
caused his brother's death, and really pied
in that chamber, of letrin : 4-I.lle, terror ot a
guilty imminence or a ghostly-vision.
I once spoke with a young Crimeausol.:
dier of his feelings under fire; a man of
whose physical courage no one who letiks-,
in his face could doubt. • Speaking Hthtly
ot Musketry and of ?Mind shot. he dent
feemed his horrof of shells in the naive ex
pression " I never became en used '-to
them but that I lei
_my cigar ent.wben
they passed over uty did low '
extinct Cabatis. bear witness to the efect . .,
of the Neville legend. It was a minute_
or two before I could shako off the spell
sufficiently to light. 4 seam,'
"Some unbeliever in ghosts remarks,"
I observed.." that %hooey's. a matt really
believe that ha sees a visitor from /mother
world, either his life or his reason gives
wey. If this be so, it is nowise wattdertill
that the vision of his brother's ghost
should frighten to - etetith' your.
" Don't jest with my tile." Iliad Charlie,
eciniewhit displeased. "If you don't be
.1 ; awl nit ampyi evidence:.!
aorsetinies jests with things •that
are t oo terriiiia in be seriously eontempla=
ted.,inst loy,fcrpn of reactioo;! I replied : l
"Hence it 1N that the two.,snost awful
ideas known to than--Death and Satan--
are moat frequently the themest otjest,
even to those who believe in :-the one as,
heartily as when they resliselt they dread
, After %pause; Charlm said: , •
t loiv,eeeyer thought the! ilpy eight
of a glicim, apart from the hossor . syNch
may ear s iron en evil virit.or tior . a had,e6u-•
science. wool , ' - be terrible. Oa the.con
trary, I have loogett A* see onw-- ! orie
that I kciew,--alt,a proof !Iva would eel as
seat foretiepail doubta.concieritipg the fu
ture. I have
. great sympathy erith,those
bargitins betweerrfrietyla t f which - we bear
ii?ligiud..,thal:tile:POul of the one
deceued_should ret9ra:44,-yrato thews
"'I doubt," I answered, whether a
ghost - would serve your purpose. FlOlll
the days of Homet.sisYtrA•'44.ll;
•ksvoo•seis 'Oasts fink sinte to tiase.,But
tikely . b#e I?eetv:alititi. 30k
aier l eliablblQats of 1i544:0 . 44‘0140 .
they; erasion of ghest-seers-.s.olo;plinsi , .
7toini'without:sense or spesoh.ltilliiiir the
shadows tha' the *sMitaluf id# Opole*
.3choie forms they soma 4.34.wh0 ti 4
-should collect his ,idea of: a Wise axia l
once from the ghosiithat have beekossin
of xneri.-::ivindering about
gibbering over bniied treasures, 'haunting
the scenes of crimes done •or suffered.to
ssfontiling of those which • repent 'bad
'em* sal bad grammes by the aid all'.
tables—but Would • ispho with
sect- forboding the wish : of the ' deed
Aobiles I . ^.
" Maks not light of death, I bun ol4l( o l 44o*
lam Odysseus. _
Palo would AM Mint $4 l 64114). be ilaii ;
Slays to a 'WWl's' iassteivith'ooll*ik*;
'lnbsistestos, . •
Bather than titan below, a peknit'of tbi*U4
that ire plablusdP • - •
• .".•Youptigbintit to Sonboamil the seen .
ghosts with the table.repptel
Whether human or not, thesis's,* lilts
latter is certainly nob siciarbtintink` Sow; •
the ghost& that are mon may be - all tbat
we could will' to be eat; spirits, wanting
mething but the poWer of comiannittating
with us, and, that through our d l eflUleoey,
notAbcodgh theirs.. As to-tbeir ,oetittp.ac
tions, do: titer not agree essetlo- with whaL•
Philcw4 PIT' would suggest
fate of those who, whOw:ci aftr P l +• nig y n l 3 l
ideas abuse or beyond the beet,Rt werlivw,
pnrinsiteri;: - •
• - '
"Welt" said 1, " 1 won't dcoliitter the
philosophy ,of Mr. Owir, or *1,01140116 . "
of Yrs. Crowe. affmr i fistasat;
Like to see n /host; I would' DOT-and
who fells asleep tnliting . oftlinmAiniwn 1 ,
Mist. 0 • 6
. 0 is bis-dr1Va1..,1r9.;111.11/
poitil jos Ain ,our cigars go 90. AllfrlfllBl9
shall go to bed." - • r.-; •::‘,.,; '
But I did not. My, nerve* "we're
much eseitectfor sleep. I. bad DOI spent
in evening of -pleasant talk for: a long
heard a &Milt legend Were:-
se told by a Gem beltisveriim it horrors, and
the effect,of the double stinsultei Wee ,to
render me thoroughly wakeful: ds I took
Off my omit, and looked for s pep lo hang
or is choir to lay, it ori; my'eye was naught
by ar garment butte in one collwerii I!"
a, lady's shawl. Then owe of the drawers
which I opened, in order to depesit the
contents Or my valise, Wes luil of: thou ,
pretty feminine ~,t rifles which seem to
a bachelor so myetetious and so
ing—eltsevee and collars. and needlework
that did not seem Intended hr Aber . . 4'
shows strongly the mute grace of wofnan
that she should spend. y 0 much art Acid:
tabor in rendering ornsmsntaf what: Is '
nevor to be seen ; and ibis-ft-reit• slime
should dispime , of tha al,as te. that women I
dress only t.l fascinate =BC A.,Vesahabiall'
here, nn femur cat- of work
there, n geuerni prettirie;SF: iktiers tact ful
ai reeeement of the Whole; , prove me
that l oocupsed lade* roote•i ',Whose
If any atf the•famlly have' sale' posseattkla
of this: r,. ow. it must be the eldest ditogh: •
ter. I have, therefore, ousted Elora nem
tow ap..irtinect. I hope she does wadi's..
like a tugs at much as T do. I think'
1 should VP] glad e however. to escape :the
gleam ; of these panelled vrales,ind oaken
°einem ' stid the eyes• of that portrait.
whiiilt follow one evsepihera." And here
my abservet inns brci me face to face
with a th, picture of Sir Guy Neville. Paint
ed,irt his,youth, it oieferthelessl,hetMyed,
.et- I fancied in its el-premien: tite•eakiiOnd
which blasted his We. 'Nut. dark.. lee's
set: eyes spoke at once of .6ety ipirit and
of iron will the mouth. (respite the torts=:
tulle which half hid it, bettiraii_ the '
fullness of the under- lip the.vebeasenlas
of passion, and in the carted *}ter'
the scornftil impattshfine aF control which
made that-pession his master. s'word,
the facia was one in whiolt.a. glanoe could
detect a nature whiefi• would hardly be
held within the bounds cif talc either by ;
conscience or by fesr sehieb would wrier
know bow to forego a porpoise or forigilve
so injury. I gated long upon the p-rtesii;
and than turned away. I pave gait that
it hung over the fireplace. stud, therefore:
beside the strange window itat• pad once
been rite secret door, I took wtt tlf• bock.
wrapped it drestint-gown ab lot rae. 'ehd'
eat down in a rocking chair. Isy the it s Me.
to mod. sat nn one aide, lead. as to btu'
the window on my tight ha.ld 'andtoy_
eyes directed , away from it. ' 1 read for
some tee minutes beforeitegan. feel I
uncomfortable. , An ttupression that 1 - .Waii
not alorie-.1 nervous hormr, sst et the
presence of scene unieeu evil:-ssfned so
powerful a hold of my settees, that for 80610 I
time I could not resolve so move or look
swotted. Some at testa of my readers will
recognise the sensation. When I. did
more by a strong effort. I corned, toy, eyes
full upon the window. smiling at nay folly,
while'l Avoided the fise4flook witk whinti
the' portrait seemed to haunt me. try:
reason contemptuously assured my sheidh
ing nerves that they was nothing there , :
that I should-turn orily tislaiek•iptin #1;
Wrong! what ere these, eyesilited: it ri ,
Mine with no painted stater whistle. ht
face, on a level with my orn,:endlebnest
within reach of , my haadji i iitiSi 4 ,'Wltich
and me is nothing'. but is. thin- Whist. it
glass? There, .t tbe•wladess,• rine' the;
'head trod bast"of Sir fitik
feefure the evict. seinblinee of yhe,pbr•,
UAW with • pale. terror-striokeu stountee:
mince, and dark piercing eyes mingle;
horror upon Ole, • as therhad gaud pit:
that: viiion whit:aka.' 4Oiwki bla soul &dal ,
hem .habitation I For a time, which could
not be counted by momenta. I sit4asttli ,
rsted. pandised, my sight tied , upets ,
those spectral eyes that glired into - tntes
For en instant I regained willenone
hide ,my fuse with mr hand =et .
looked again the speetrirbeiG 1,1
At thet.lnemeo4lelit l 4,l46klik,lliiiitt'
dead silence of night startle a me. andi
made me spring to my feet. trembling im
every limb. Itt was the stroke of the clacks;
%Ws fiiims the neighltnriti g churclic' rani
Olit ibe'ddiJof midnir ht. L heird
lime T rAw• and trafd`rhi
When I joined the family at breikfii4t,l
kii.Vernlllialmolit'Atareti 34 ihP areat44.l
tne;and Chokrile . eichtimeil. "Why: 01.1
iiit;yiellobk like a ghost !" I could ,
'dot repeat's :shudder at the word, and
4:hnie naked, laughing'y. " Did you meet
one in the ruins Tait night r'. •• Not in
the rains ,'! I answered, half unconscious- r
By - '• this - time - the attention
. „of . the
athelet party wad fixed upon me. - tindia I
made it desperate elfin to rouse myself,
and shake off my absence of mind and the
sense of glooci...aud,terfo! titer hung over
me. Flora was- teainaker; and I held out
it:yltattdoltiTtake- a *tip , from hers.
diehlgski I felt , that her wriit trembled 641
!that she could , hardly hold it; and look;
'in: her face. I saw an expressitin of
ftiiiirm and dimity, where yesterday there
had hien ouly.tneaslteras and perplexity:
aCeitalelr theleared something. end the
distiller eotnituearer. 'The Aost could
have nothing to do with it. 'lt• wan a very
Warthik fear that troubled that sweet fate.
.Soddenly Charlie uttered an exclamation,
and , read the following paragraph from
o . ;.*A:taptain Montheriner, —th Hussars,
was tried •on the 10th , July by court mar•
dal, for disobedienoe to orders and inSitit
ing• his imperior officer on parade. Toe
aisenshled at Meerut, under the
'presidency of Colonej —. Captain Mon-
Mover. was found geilty, and sentenced
*slip dismissed. her lisjesty's service. The
flisinties has been caitifirmed by the Coln
titfairdeehilChief.". -- • ,• •.. ,
;theticad the deep color that came over
Vora's. face as. this was read, and eona•
istaktrere made actin it by Annie, Km_
•Neville,and Charles. Certaiuly. I thought,
this uno news to Fibra. and , it has some
painful ititereat Tor she know
this scapegraco? Sirely Rot ; 'she was a
there infant when he quarreled with her
'father. ' • ' " :7' " •
'After' breakfast, Charles summoned the
to join him in a cigar. 1 could not repress
it 'bidder lawn came to the very spot
where tve.bad sAt the -night b , friro, +tat
under tbe haunted window •
What's the matter V' said he,:in Bur-
It is not cold. ' And you look as
pale as a ghost, or as if you bad seen one.
Did,my story; spoil your night', ro,t 7"
„ Its hero did," said I, trying, to smile.
Dott't laugh at me, Charl;e, and don't
be ip,a hurry to attribute what. I tell you
to my . uwn fancy. Hundreds of times
have I sat at, night recalling much more
horrible stories, and expecting when I
tooked up to see some frightful Spectre
with its ey ea glaring into mine: and yet,
never has My 'imagination painted a vial
ble Upon the darknm.. But last
`night" I saw et the - . window the ghost of
BliOny , ,, the' exact semblance of the piC•
lure over the mantlepiece; ay, saw it as
distinctly as,l see you now ; apd that with
e'light burning by my side, bright enough
to read a penny nerispaper by !-"
."The deuce_ you did ! Are you sure
you were not dreaming',"
•••2 had a book in My. hand, and had
jthit -lacked up fret; it. I was as wide
iswake - as you were when you told me the
itaii+. ki • •
" Sir Guy's ghost was never 'seen by e
stranger before, and but oboe or twice by
thei.men of our own family. Are you ear•
tai it was that face, awl that your imaiti
mithm ditl_tiot lead you to attribute to
seine intending robber the features of
Sir Guy, whciap image just then filled your
"lam as (martin or the face al that I
saw the—thing at all."
"iiltrange—very strange," observed
Charles, musingly. " How was he dress•
ed ,1 0 ? . -
"In bilis:oll7.st least _perfect blackness
sury - iti94444,piie. face. That, was all I oh
served. It 14 folly in'talk of the dress of
*irliesei."-'•- 4 said this a little angrily: I
we, quite certain that I had sr-en, and not
fancied dm appari4n—that it•had realty
been : there. and that, it was no ordinary
deoisen of this world. _
Ctiarlie did not anasvor, and we smoked
on an silence. AVeer some ten minutes' he
tbrevr Away hip cigar and in.: 0.
/ +UAW going over to Crosthwaite's.
itionki 'like - to know who WM the guest
ofisair yesterday. , My tried miagivea me,
n‘Vry that I.know that Guy Monthermer
i cr ,England. Wiil you come with In , . 2" -
' . . 12 I unsyrt-rA„:,I we went off
together _ , wla it should bring Mon
thierniefli tre-l= Pitewnlece-ii i fctiv ~itrAc
Itiona _for o"ta•I oiclekded 1:oul Neville
. . ..,,
. .:tVe rached . i'lki taro:. s ti , l ein , ,strouod
the etout old yeorziati; 110 was very un-,
corninuototove, dud evitien sly suspected
tbst otil'irteiious had o - ; , oron un.*ndly
ortlose.., Thug put ors his gastil. the
- spirit Of huipitaitty wade lat4l vigilant in
his titit!'s bnhalf - ; and we could only ga
thin; tbate young gentleinatn 11%4 been
there some dills, and had . . left very early
this morning—whether •suddenly or. not,
'''''''ilti.-#oVasneetatio . 4 ' Charles felt sato
.:.-7, .1 AV; Ultin t !At ! Ilt,stFinger *as gone.
*,•".. I..eir t. ..._ C.. - )loudierater. be
,%ould hardly-nave'—+l ,rttd ivithoUt see
ing Vers. ] I iriniond said debated, but
514411,0! ha cnonliteinn.
. • i t iv vi d it is• i_ . • !, .le. Int: one . Vora
Erni, os K l
4, LA :1•. . li I. t I. lo ; she dual her
Oster ret charm ing,' frau le. amusing cot&
panio, _ , free from affected sbyneas as
frotalhilit fast and forward •manner which
IS the more populate and fsshionshin aflie.
tation - of tnday. The children were pleas
tint and wall behaved; theirinother kind
'And hospitable ; 'Charles 'as: agreeable a'
aoakpaaiowas . ever.. Moly were our plea"-
iiatt,eatottraions; iriceisant our conversa
tion On elf
. anbjects.: grave Ands , gay, that
-dill n ot,,psetake of - a political Aartir ; and
never tenni friand'allonse nearereehto;
1 tantly than when an editorba interaimui
warned me that I had overstayed my
. leave at /twills Grange. - 1 certainly slept
. ~_ ........,
fore nay re.turu, roferea t layt,.., I? pi the
goyel,Acadeely, t, I .1244 ( eqt
.lepit i sed nt
doze)! of tbextMed,bepdaie;ktiest-spui•
ed pict uresosbistnr itsmeirg jun nborr,l)ls
litte...L et' il!iTg portrait oactght my,eye. f
atig.gled aptinst ,au s eicicrlr gentl ? mail,
witre.t, minty foot I wo ?nbappili next t?
me; his Amity jyrses reeto„red me tnnxy
!telt, awi I Fe.i.,acosin,at ibd &Sur , . lit i ct
, more if alf-p?sitemilti. ~ Above the . olliar
, . .
'of_ a car dry unif0rm.01..910.4.e whereof
~r cout.e With ifto-teet
_iii it --re. ted in
theaaddle or a ti,..1).,i e h , 141. ,. 1 .. l oo k e d
out Tight, into iny `. - 7 1e, eh., ;. e ..,1 h a d ~,,t fol*
~at the wOadow ef....ect ;I le Or.un,t)-, Bat not
as Ishou!ti have pl,inted it , 'rile fdatures
',. were the same; but, they were calm and
stera, ease that !tie upper lip seemed to
curl aliglktly7iis with the expression ;Of
habitue) pride. The same Cyo9 gazed itito
thine; but — the o.*proseion.,wiii no longer
that which,th'ey ail borne on Ulm icrri..
ble night. '1 hen, were full of a ter
ror whiolkicjvprepreu t d Ow . whole count°.
canoe ; -now, they looked' forth with a
glence,of acernful y fin , 'f 'he picture was
that of a . soldirou',i'be InA taut before bat
tle ; it bore no oibrr O.
-thait ' An Offi
cer," and the catalogue gave the name of
an artist just tiecessacd, I• lied no clue to
the itidividualitY,of. the figure ; w , 14 it per
cbance a.tanoy sketch by one woo had
seen the Fiortritt *pf Sir tiny Seville? I
could not tell.
I visited Chesser on my w , ,y olk, hav
ing buiiness with the 6-Aittir of a coatis,
'paper. On returning to the , tation
- Nome half au hour to wilt., and I strolled/
up and down the platform. A train C 41120
up from Liverpool, and out of it flowed, a
stream daf•paesen3ere. A young lady,was
left standing by, the carriage, whence her
cewpanion had: gone in quest et their
luggage. Ass a turned her face towards
Ime Itreeognised Flora Neville. • •
• She:saw me,. and colored and trembled
violently. !Liras grentlyaurinised, but ad
vanced to speak to her. She gerolme her
hand mechanically, and strove to answer
my eeetiot, but in %%sin. •
.1 , 'tow eorclearit,ttuat, I meet' you hate.
Mies !Neville t" I aukad. 1 * I unduretoOd
from Charlie that yen hscl'hssen in Liver
pool. but Were to retina to *the north to
day, Are yon paying a via- to Cheater,
or going on elsewhere?"
Hy questions seemed to . trouble Flom
extremely. But LI had not time for,sur.
prise or conjecture: A figare was coming
towards us, with a large portmanteau in
one hand and a carpet bag in the other.
It Tree UV ltum•to tremble, and, if not to
color, to us* riery faint and very,Pale.
Unsplritual tia - hili , p,telent occupation was;
I savrtlitgre i iiCiSifithe -. Original of ; the
Academia Portreit,itst the very face that
had gazed in upon me through the wain,_
dow of Neville Grange. Again iciC.Ple:
sion of dismay, though far less intros..
than then, bretsFeed that face at 'its
;owner recognised me. But his approach
;restored to Flora the self-possession which
had deserted both of us. Turning round,
and fairly looking me in the face, with a
blush and it smile, she said :
Alkov me to introduce my husband;
Oily .lifonthernier I!' . . ,
heardflashed across me at once. I had
heard from Charles three - days before, and
not a word' of this marriage; nay, wards
which distinctly implied that Flora -was
returning home. Instead of doing so, she
had turned off, by appointment, at some
point, on her route, met Montnertner, and
married him, having-vainest in this man
ner a full day!, start of all pursuit, I
looked gravely. at° Monthermer.
"Come, sir!" he said, in answer to my
look,-" be just to us both. I was a hot.
headed youngster when I quarrelled with
her lather:- on that account I- knew it
was hopeless to - ask the consent of the
family'; on that and others if you will.. I
have done many foolish things, but never
anything that should make a gentletuan"
blush for himself, or a woman weep for
him. I- have loved het since she was a
child ; she has loved me for nearly live
years." Fjora.pressed his at w. Her face
sia'S - turned NM - me, and her eyes were
looking up into-his. He w“nt on :
" I met her again last autumn, at great
risk, in hei- own borne. We should have
then conSerted oni mart iage hut Cal you.
I had only ventured to see her at night,
for there' were . tno many about who knew
my persou, and woull, have ieeognized
me instantly had they seen we by day.
Several eights in succession lii.l 1 climbed
the wall and spoken to Flora thiongh the
single panis'nf that. • window which opens
with a rustic lamb Otte 4.11'. WIWI' I had
ventured down tato togs v : ill, I ,aw at A
distancc'ynung-Seville returning trout a
drive; I hastened home, but was still in
sight as he drove by. Twit night •• post
ir:n. 4 hiy,visit io Flora's window later
than usual: it wits midnight wlMri I
climbed to voy aceustonted placel-the dog,
sill() had been civil to to from the first.
...identlyTunclerstauding that I did not
belong to .he %Altai order of trespassers.
retnaining silent-4-3nd was abOut to tap
at ihowniiduw, When I rec , gthz...i a strau
ge..rra man—in Flor A's usual seat. Th+
blood rushed back to my heart, and I
;nearly fell ; he shrank as if he had seen
a spectre; and covered his eyes with his
hand. ,/,,recovered my presence of mind,
dropped' instantly to the • ground, ran
home, end left at daylight. Some days at
teryrards I received a letter from - Flora, in
10 she gave me a graphic account—
de ed from her brother—of your ghostly
vision. Ilearttly I laughed over our mu
tual terror, mine of a spy, and yours of a
' "Then it was no visitant from another
world j saw that night? it was—you were
gssks : tip.y ,I:!evillfs's Ghost,"
,Bent SCSAICULIURI I—Whieb you cab
,do if you drise the Impure, hot and acrid oat.
'tor out ,of lone system' by taking inwardly
Carter's tottpituistt Extraot" of Dandelion and
.Bittersweet, and applying outwardly ;Carter'.
Vatic, I:haintiosit. Hundreds can testify that
they ha's used these artlalas with entire m
imes and 6411mile:ties, - after having used rainy
other things to 46 - ;parposo. Therefore; :wit
say use these two &Melee and stop tdst sorigih
ink Price of Bottle and Box together, one
dollar and? ratty cents. Bold by Cattail - it C u t