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iBoth tha method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly oa the Kidneys,
'Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
efiects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tho most
popular remedy known.
, Syrup of Figs is for eulo in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggiit who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN fSANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILIF. KV. AEW YORX. N.Y,
, Judge J. B. Hill, of the Superior
Court, Walker county, Georgia,
thinks enough of German Syrup to
send us voluntarily a strong letter
endorsing it. When men of rauk I
and education thus use and rccom-
mend an article, what they say is
worth the attention of the public.
It is above suspicion. " I have used
your German Syrup," he says, "for
my Coughs and Colds on the Throat
and Lungs. I can recommend it for
them as a first-class medicine."
Take no substitute.
Ttilt rprm a branny nr., Jn.t eh a Utr ttMT enjoy
iBreuchoul Ita xtrKiu acvoea, Wb t fi"UIL HAMS.
rnel picture M 7, 17, 70" and aawple dote, 4o.
kitk'ii III! IEANS Hmnn. 2 r.nwriwirn ft.. ?t. T.
JWe want tha NAMK of every Bullarar lrom t
P. HAROLD HAYES. M.D.
Tiff MAIN CTHKKT, ltl'IF A l.l N. T.
We Offer Tou a Jtemedj
which Inturee Safety to
Zifocf Mother and Child.
Itoba Confinement of ita
Tain, Horror andliltk.
ulTorwt but little )Rln,nl Ulil uolexpurleuou that
eKiirai afterward uaual In such caaua. Mrs.
' JmNia Oaok, Lmax, Mo., Jan. 15th, 1S9L.
Prot by xpre. Charjrm prp Id, on rwe Ipt of
price, $1.40 ier bottle, iiuui. to Aloltiara mailed I rou.
UIlADFIELI Hi;OUL.ATOK CO.,
I BOLD BY ALL DRUCCJSTS.
5 ij jji
kill .mikw if lawurfk
This GREAT COUGH CURE, this success- ''Throush tho hushej uir tho whitening
ful CONSUMPTION CURE i3 sold by drug. shower descends.
e-'Soa a positive guarantee, a test that no other , At first thin, wavering1, till at last tho
ure can st.ind successfully. If you have a' flakes
COUGH, HOARSENESS or LA GRIPPE, it "d" J"01 and white and fast, dimrain?
will cure you promptly. If your child has the ! ,VitK : e ' '
CROUP or HvilOOPING COUGH, we it U lh ,a f ont.nual flow "
quickly and relief is sure. If you fear CON- Dulcinea's first thought on seeing
SUMPTION.don'twaituntilyourcaseishope. jtlio day is that Anketell will tot bo
less, but take this Cure at once aud receive im- able to como over to dinner. This
mediate help. Large bottles, 50c. and $ 1. 00. ihould have caused her rel!ef; but to
Travelers convenient pocket size 25c. Ask her surprise it causes her only a deep-
?'our druggist for SIHLOirS CURE. If your ening of the depression that is weigh
ungs are sore or back lame, use Shiloh's Por- ng her down. Oh, ho must como!
cm Piasters. Trice, 25c. n0 must! Hon can she live with thU
The most thoroughly sue
cessful remedy science has
ever produced for the
cure of all forms of Fe
male Complaints 13 I.yJia
11. riniiham's Vegetable
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trst of manv vears. and to-day is more
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remedy. It will entirely cure Ovarian
troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Fall
: Ing and Displacements, also Spinal Weak
ness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life. It will
dissolve and expel tu
mors from the uterus in
: an early stare of tlevel-
opment, and check the
tendency to cancerous
l.ydia E. Tinkham's
Liver Pills cure consti-
ipation, biliousness, etc. f
t All I)Mi(fO"' a, nr dfnt
Ik. mil. In fiirni .t I'lll nr '
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; g -a- Pinkiiahi Mid. Co jn4gr..6m
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MEN to tuaveTj, vr pa
A LITTLE IRISH GIRL
Jly 'Th Iluchesa."
CII ALTKK X II Continued.
Sip. Eyre? I'm not thinking of
"Of who then. dartta'P'1
"Sir Kulph," faintly.
Arrah, nonsense! euro J'OU know
he'll nlver hoar of it!"8uya nurse, who,
aftor all, in epite of her many gooi
qualities. U frail.
"lie will know; ho shall know!" cays
her young mistress, springlu;; to her
Kb.?'1 Sirs. Drlscoll regards her
with apprehension; what does she
mean now? iit down: you're tlrod.
' Miss Dulcie, dear," says she, with all
tho air of one trying to eajole an
angri'V child. '
"1 shall tell him!" saya Dulclo with
'Falx, you won't." says Mrs. Drls
coll. "'Tii mad yo are just now, but
when momm' comes, an' I've a talk at
ye n;;in, ye'll know whero yer right
Oh, to-morrow,' says Dulcie with
a groan; "do you know ho is coming
to dinner to-morrow? rather askod
him and--but perhaps lie will get out
of it now. lie hates me; 1 know that;
I've re ibons for knowing it."
Uay8ons!"There isn't a rason in
ye," says Mrs. Drhscoll, with supreme
contempt. "As if any ono, with an
eye that wasn't yours, couMn't see
that lie just delights In tho' bight o' ye.
Why 'twas only yesterday I overheard
yer father Kiiyin "
"Oh, fathor!" impatiently. "Father
wants mo to thin'c as you do. Dy-tho-bye,
Kridgpt," turning a frightened
faco to her nurse, "what of father?
Where is heP what did ho say? was
Iih asking for m? is ho very angry?"
"WLslia, mo dear, lvo knows nothin'
"No'er a ha'porth. liy all tho luck
o' the world Micky l-'lynn took to
Bghtlu' again this eveuiu1 shortly
arther you wint for yer walk and
tho diva's own thrado ho maJo of it.
It wppears that he an' Danny Murphy
wint .it it tooth an' nail down in tho
village below, all about nothin' but
that ould ancient gooso as Danny sould
to Mrs. Flynn for a sliillin' (an' faix,
between ourselves. Miss, it was
ould), an' Mickey let into his skin
like mad. an' Danny is now lrin' kilt
! below in his cabin, wid his wife
him like buru't
"Xo. dead!" horror-stricken.
"Oh. no, me dear! just a rib or two;
but 'twas a most marciful occurrence,
l'ou see, they sint for the masther at
once.an' down he wint to Dan's ho ise,
hii niver a word has ho heard of your
bein' In or out"
Oh!' says Dulcinea. with a long
ligh of intense relief. ISo much will
be spared her, at all events.
"l'vo had a gruJs:o against Flvnn
ror ton year," pays Mrs. Drlscoll.
"He once promised to marry ray sis
ter's cousin's tiephow by marriage, an'
honivcrgot as far as the alther; but
I forgive him now. He's done a good
ob for ye this night. And now, dar
lint, won't ye let me undhress ye. an'
put ye to bed? You'ro worn out. I
can Bee it. An' a poached egg an' a
cup o' tay, that'll be tho revivin' of
ye. I'll bring it up to yo whin yer un
flressed. Ye'lljsleep aisy afthor lu"
'Is there no place
Left for lfpentance.nono for p irdon lett!"
"My life's a load."
Rut in spite of tho poached egg and
the tea, Dulcinea hardly slept at all.
There waihalf an hour here and there
of broken slumber, in' which uncom
fortable dreams had fall sway, to tho
greater destroying of her peace when
iwakening from them; but beyond
that she lay all nijjht with open eyes,
thinking unhappy things, and crying
Inwardly, with great longings for tho
And at last it comes, reluctantly, as
ill winter roomings corao, having no
tight of life to warm them. TUo sun
Tor them lies dead, lie may bo there,
somewhere, but his glory is denied
Ihem. A dull, cloudy, crray, taciturn
3av makes clear the window panes to
Dulcino i so silent.) devoid of srund
Is it, indeed, that ono micht almost
I think of nature a lyinsrin her shroud.
A shroud tvpical! Outside, all tho
tvorld Is swathed in a white shot the
p-arb of death. During the ntoht the
'softfii.ko had fallen, silently, stead
ily, imd now branch and leaf aro laden
with them. Thero had been sno v bo
fore, but nothing like this. And still
, It fulls.
jburdon on her mind? She will confess
; all to him, will tell him everything;
will open to him tho way to rid him
self honorably of her to put an end to
.his hated engagement.
j All day sho wanders aimlessly fron
room to room, longing for, whilst
Sreading, tho hour that sha'l tell her
If he is or is not coming. Toward five
o'clock 6ho finds herself in tho school
room once aijain. and sinking into a
chair rosls her elbows on her knees
and lets her lovely, diacons lato faco
tall into her littlo chilly palms.
five! If coming, ho will be hero In
three-quarters of nn hour. The' enow
Is fetlll falling, heavily, stoadily. No
nnn P.n Id rrn nut nn mirh n. nitrht. nn.
'less compelled; and ha why.no doubt.
j te will be clad of the excuse to keep
away. And yet something within her
whispers he will coma.
Three-quarters of an hour! It must
; bo a great deal less than that now.
j Raising her eyes to the ctoek, she is
astonished to lind it is only three min
utes less. What on earth is the mat
ter with that old clockP She taps it
listens; no, it is going as methodically
come? lifci ii sure to arrivo then, Th
McDermot dining always at six sharp,
and being seriously annoyed if a gues
is not on tho spot some time before
hand. How often sho and Ita SU
Ralph had laughed over that little ec
centricity of liw.
A suund in the ti relit room behind
herrnakes her spi-inar to her feet. Oh
. ,1 .. t V ...-. : I 1, ., j .A hrthind, ltookkrr plnir unit IVnnuiuahlp
no! notyt! ot until sho lias grasped UJut by u.uii by w. o tun"e,o.wiio, v.
tho back of the chair and Las learned
that tho incomer is Andy, does eUfl A sclf-madu man never gets tlrod of brag
know that she is trembling from head slug on his Job.
to foot and that her lips have crown
so cold so horridly cold.
My word! you'ro trowing active In
your old ago," says Mr. McDormot. ad
vancing cheerfully to tho fire and
pole ng it into a glorious blaze. "As
a traveling acrobat you'd make yout
fortune. Vht makes you bounce out
or your chair like that? Guilty con
soience, eh?" with a grin, And I say!
What a swell you are! l'ut on all thai
toggery to fascinate Anketell over
agaiur I declare, lnilcie, you re the;
biggest lllrt. I ever mot. You ara
hardly olf with the new lover beforfl
you want to be on with tho old." j
'I don't want to bo on wi h any-;
list. I, r " ... a 1,,l,.i.in KMimcnnlno wilh
sIiHino and indignation. "It's a hor
rid old gown, and you kn w it. You've
seen it fifty times if oncj. Ifyou'vo
cuiuo u.;i u umjr u uunuum, um-uuij iu
to make a fool ot yourseir, 1 hope
you'll go awny again."
1 merely '(pulling tip his coat and I
proparing to warm himself properly at
tho lire) "made tho remark that you!
wero distinctly good to look at. .Now
anyone who can manage to look well
in a cowo iiftv limes old must be a '
lovely fiirl indeed. See? it wai a
compliment, my dear girl; why, then,
this ungrateful virulence." i
'StuUT' snys his cousin, with in
creasing ingratitude. The fact is, she
had had something on her mind when .
dressing, somcthin.thnt led to ado-.
siixj to look her best beforo Sir Italph
on this last even tig. Tor that it
would bo his last um her lianco seems
undoubted to her. It was an old jro.vn
she donned, a bhabby littlo back,
gown; but tho square in front showed!
a lovely neck that gleamed whiter and.
raoro lovely than the snow outside, j
and tho s ft, baro arms that fell nt her i
side as sho gazed at herself in tho
glas worked wonders with the ancient ,
Mc McDcrmot, unmoved by her last
remark, drops leisurely on 'o the fen
T . !.. I - I .1 ! 1 .5 V
jet o i last tivcning?"
"About as bailly as you can ima- .
"Imagination is not my strong
point." says Mr. McDcrmot, modostly, .
tpeaUinr the tmth for once in his lifo. !
"Aboit'. ho v badly, now?" j
Weil, I lia-e knun him for twolvo
long months, and never, never in all
that tinio was ho so coabomiuablo to
"Abominable!" angrily "If I'
thou; -t " I
"Oh, no!" f baking her charming
head so lhat the lirelight flicker j
from hor long lashes, to tin little soft
natural fluff of hair that blows across
her forehead. "Not abom nab e in
th.it way. He wa quito polite--hate-fully
polite; never sjieaklng a word or
smiling or "
"How tho douce could you know
whether ho was smili g or not the
nii;bt wa as black as soot?"
"At tirst! Not after! I saw well
enough. And besides, his voice would
toll you he wasn't smiling."
"I daro suy it was you who wasn't
"Ohlofcourso you are sure to pu
me in the wrong, whether or no." A
vory pretty quarrel is horo spoiled b
one of the combatants giving in.
"Never mind that," says ho. "Do
you mean to tell me he was well
wasn't like what a fellow engaged to
you should be?"
"Oh no; indeed ho w.'isa't!" (era
politically). "Ho was downright
Ho he ouite ordered ma to
put my hands tinder tho rug!"
"And you obeyed?"
"Well cr yes. II' (shamefaced
ly) "I he was so cross, I thought
perhaps I had hotter."
"I can't understand it," says Andy,
wrinkling up his brows (these aro bo
low that it doesn't tako a second to do
it). "Dulcie!" (turning to her in a
rather tragic way), "do you think
you were right after all that
ho was thero, I moan? that he saw you
and and that other fellow?"
"No" (dejectedly). "Oh no"
(hanging her pretty head so low that
even a rnrnellito might feel sore for
her). "Tha fact is, Andy, that he
"He hates me!" reported sho, with
rising strength that is Ktroug through
its grief. "That's ull."
"And enough, too," siys Mr. Mc
Dermot. "Only." drawing himself
up, "I don't boliovo it."
"It's truo for all that" (forlornly).
I've known It for a long time. After
all," moditating, "why shouldn't he?"
"Why should he?" snys Andy vigor
ously. "Why, look here; you'ro as
nicoagirl ns'l know anyway! Oh, go
to the deuce!" says Mr. McDormot, as
if addressing some Imaginary person
at the end of tho room. "D'ye think
I can't see? 1 toll you. this, Dulcie,
he'll Gnd it hard to get as good as
"Ah. Andyl what a dear you are!"
says his cousin, and bursts out crying,
"liut I tell you it's true - for all that,"
guys she, sobbing. "Ho hates me ho
docs really, and when ho comes to
night I 6hall toll him all about it, and
6et him free."
Free from his engagement with
me. lou can t seo us cieariy hs 1 qo,
Aw,1it. nnt f trnnw hfl will ,n flftlla ht.(l
. v ,f envini ffmul-h m!
AJ till It i.iii.iivvp J " "v.
"XOU moan i'J f-y u.ii. ,yun mo
Yes, just that I can't live with this
is very hard to say it But you know.
"Yes, I Know."
to b& covtinced. .
It is often a nobler work to conquer
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Th relUloa can
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" KTOU n 1 n IT C'Oll III IIC1H UrUKCIl UOUCS, DO
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Not to rejoice In tho Lord is proof that wo
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including Ptdal. bupntoo iafldia.
Strictly mOH GRADKJn Every Particular.
tH Gl-entiila stamps for enr l0-tfs Ilsstratedfata7
togas ef ssst KIQoa, BeTQltera, Sport I g Woods,e te. J
N. H. Downs' Elixir!
WILL CTJEE THAT
AUD C-OP THAT
Has stood the test for 8TXTT TEAJtS I
and bas proved Itself tho best remedy i
'known for tho euro of Conumjtlon,
, Cruyhs, Cotdt, lr hooping Cough, and
aif hung lUmam In young or old.
Price T5c., SOo., and ti AO per bottle.
HZIttT, JOrynOf tors, Prori., ScrUnctoa, rt. (
sori eyua. k.M
I Thompson's Eya Water
bouvnuir Uliai m mil uirru.lu .mn nt ni.r lua-a
IUiutuH. I. 4. fclLSiiUK, IKI Ultra bU Louia.
Ar. Itnntieri.nic orttontinir
All Kit MAN 1'I.AtJ lllu.(
Eaton, P;i. bona for vnccn.
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ana PoiH-r." Mjo iam i2nl ouift i-riiaiil. txl rvni.
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DCWO KVBnTONR B1TOUI.D ALWAYS USB
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3yidiu lubt war, 10olj'tUicatiiicUiiua, utty alucck
P l:AT FtiSlKS F;DUCE0
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Cares 11 Female Diseases.
Sarupla mad lw.t i- t-.j. aVnU Ke atamp t9
Dr.J.A.McGili&Co., 3&iraacraairL, Chicago.
riso's Itemedy for (i.tarrh Is tha
TUtiU KaplPrt U TTn. nnd ChefippsC
Kold by dniKKifiis or wnt by mail.
CQc. K. T. UazeUluc, Varrcn, Pa.
V.fut 11 11U Cheapest uh the Inrkrl.
Live AGENTS Wanted In thU County.
OSGOOD & THOMPSON, Binghamton, ..Ji
Ui-lilnrrr. Tb.l7 fcSUl
pfrfH'l alf-cWnirm aiuj W 1 Jt. ,
raa(ir(iiiigtuolin dm. Ill Tti
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IF YOU CANIIOr
get our goods in your town, write
to us giving particulars and wo
will boo that you are supplied.
"Wo aro tho pioneor shoo man
ufacturers of the west, having
been manufacturing shoes ex
clusively for over a cm art? ? a
century, and SELL NO GOOD3
THAT ARE NOT OUR OWN
i)ilU.U Si rLLU.NUIUN, Madison, Wla.