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A Racking Cough
Cured by Ayor'o Cherry Pectoral.
Mrs. P. I). Ham, 217 (Jenessee St.,
Loclqort, "N. Y., says :
"Over thirty yenrs pro, I rcmrinbrr
hearing my father dcscrilm tho wonder
fill cumtlvo cITccts ot Ayer's Clicrry
"Pectoral. Jlnriiifr. a recent attack ot La
Grlpiip, which nssnnieil tho form ot iv
Cntnrrli, soreness of tlic lnnp;s,tirrim
jianli'd by nn aggravating cough, I
used various remedies ntul prescriptions.
"Wliilo sniiH! or theso inedieines jvtrtiully
allovintcil tho roughing during the day,
none of them afforded mo any relief from
that spasmodic action of the luugfl which
would seizo me tho moment I attempted
to lio down nt night. After tcu or twclvo
such nlghtfl, I was
Nearly in. Despair,
and had about derided to sit up all night
in my easy chair, and procure what
sleep I could in that way. It then oc
curred to mu that I had a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took a
spoonful of tliis preparation in a littlo
water, and was nblo to lie down without
coughing. Iu a few moments, I full
asleep, and awoke in tho morning
greatly refreshed and feeling much
better. 1 took a teaspnonful of the Pec
toral every night for a w eek, then grad
ually decreased tho do-c, and iu two
weeks my cough was cured." -v,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Prepared by Dr. J.C.Ajcr fcC'o., Lowell, lines.
Promptto act, sure to cure
I A REJECTED
of hot, blue,
h5;;?av cloudless days
. -k&ZM had been follow-
:- - ed at Inst by a
yalc from tho
east, that filled
the sky with storm signals and drove
tho wuves in eight feet high, tumbling'
them, .sullen and foam-dashed, on a
shifting beach rigid y condemned by
the bathing-master. To Mrs. "Ciianilos
tho change was a relief. It scattered
the swarms of pretty women in airy
toilettes, who were wont to discourse
platitudes over interminable fancy
work on tho pinz.a below her win
dows, and made it possiblo to think,
And Mrs. Chnndos felt that she
needed rest. It had required no little
diplomacy, even on the part of so
clever a strategist as herself, to bring
jNalhalic to the point of even consider
inglthis new young man as u possible
prospective suitor, (iirls wore so im
practical! Heavens! and sensible mar
ried women knew how littlo it mat
tered, say after six months, whether
a man's hands and feet were small or
large, or whether he wore his clothes
with Chesteriieldian grace or no grace
at all. The important thing was that
he should have grate about the wife's
clothes and tho bills they occasioned.
Meantime thos. two figures she hail
been wn telling from tho window, us
they walked mvav iu the direction of
the sands, had iuts-iil out of siylit.
The salt spray dashed against Nathal
ie's faco and the wind drove lit'.lo
loosened tendrils of curly hair across
lier cheek. Sho walked iu .silence, with
averted eyes, but at every moment tho
consciousness of Unit imploring in
sistent glance fixed upon her grew
more irksome. This pretty girl would
liave told you herself that sho was
not a heroine. Silk stockings, lace
trimmed skirts and other luxuries ap
pealed to her imagination. She had
never had as' many of them as sho
wished, and she had repeatedly an
nounced that to marry a poor man
Would be an impossibility to her.
And yet oh, why was fate' always so
perverse'.' here was a man absolutely
rolling in riches who adored her, and
his very presonco beside her filled her
with vague repulsion and dismay.
Poor Peters! .f what was pabsing
under that charming, curlv pate ho
know nothing. He conld listen to
naught save tho unruly hammering of
his own heart anil the inner voice
that clamored: "Now, now! 13o it, do
Along the bench tho hull of a fish
ing smack had been washed ashore at
Borne past ppriod in tho history of
this seasiiio resort It was a favorite
Boot on moonlight nights, when tho
tide wa's low. On this gray afternoon
it was deserted. As these two reached
it now thev were about to pass on,
Toters extending his hand to help his
companion over tho debris of rotting
timbers. Hut lhat soft, evasive touch
of her cold little lingers broke tho
thin thread which alono had kept his
, miib. ciiandos htooi) anouv a.n'il his-
Jipt nr-.c.rv.'h .1" clcck' Thero in tho
. tf&t&uL. . r
' fHf (UP
wJricMrombnrug' Rpray no- rran to
pour out his confession, hlscnJtrcaUcs,
his hopes, his fours, and In n moment
morn it was nil over, and the- great,
strong-fellow- stood white-lipped and
quivering, conscious that Ho- had
ch'inccd his wholo life on tho oast of
Na I hallo had not raised Her
d laco '
'i ue vision ni sine stocicings niul laco
iriinmcit simas was in her mud .Utle
brain again Who may know what
tho rsnlt might have 'biMi? lint nt
that instant tho young man pu out a
blind, lender, piiMslonato luind to draw
her if him and the spell snapped
What mattered silk stockings, and
tho like, now'.' Nathalie looked! up
and started back as though sho had
been stung. Never had this innn
Peters, Hill I'elcrs, forsooth! seemed
so ungainly, so uucooth as then!
Never had sho been so repolinntly
iiwait-of his gaunt frame, of his uare
Icssly jvurn clothes, of his sallow vis.
age and Inrge hands,
"Don't touch run," sho piutitoil out.
"l)ouvS dare to touch me! 1 dVinlt
euro Jm you and 1' couldn't caro it
we lived KM years. I Icnoivyou wcro
rich ami that you conld give me every
thing. I thought I. could nmrry you
on the- strength of that! Hut I can't
I nevi'i shall."
As the last word dropped from- her
lip -hr had a peculiar sensation. She
hud not meant to say so much to
ma kc- that confession'. Shu was now
seized with a curious sinso of having
been violently ttrrwteil.
ill I'etors had not moved n muscle.
P.ut, somehow, the girl could not take
her eyes, in the pause that followed,
from His face. Th .silence sciined to
her to last an elermty. Then Peters
"Shall we fjo hondc?" ho asked, with
his. (iiiet. unfailing courtesy. "Tho
tide is coining in."
i a '.i
"Oh yes, these targe resorts are all
common so mixed, you know." Mrs.
Cliaudos would say, iu her dainty,
touch-me-not fashion, every now and
then. "I shall take my young sister
to some quite ilill'ereut place next
season. Hut the dear child is amus
ing herself in her gir'.ish way now,
and so, for the moment, I stay on. I
let matters drift."
Nathalie amusing herself! The
pretty women in airy toilets laughed
ns soon as Mrs.- Cliaudos' well-shaped
back was turned, and Mrs. Ciiandos
knew thev did. Some vorv vnunff
girls and very young- men thero raifrht
be who amused themselves in tho big",
garish ballroom, where tho band
played with a hollow, mechanical hi
larity, on the hot, glaring p'uv.a and
tho great public expanse of beach, but
Nathalie was not of the number and
why not? When they were alone in
their own apartments Mrs. Chandos
would ask tho question, vindictively,
sarcastically. "What did she expect?
Had she not had, in two months, moro
good luck than often befell a girl with
no fortune but her face in a life
time? l'ato had given her what
sho assuredly never deserved when
it threw the handsomo sou of
a millionaire, this young Acton Had
sky, in her way, immediately upon
her dismissal of William i'etors. .she
had objected to tho latter because of
his n,i inc, because of his ill-fitting
coat, because of his plainness and
what she called his Western wildness.
Could any of theso charges be brought
against lladsuy? He had everything
that women worshipped wealth,
good looks, the prestige of a slnyer
of hearts and he had put everything
at her feet, and she, moping about
with a face long as her nrin, had an
air of disdaining it alii Mrs. Ciiandos
repeated, exasperated: What did she
Mrs. Chandos' nervous tension grew,
at last, unbearable. The summer was
at .an end; people were scattering.
Iladsky had not declared himself up
peared to bo growing discouraged,
and Nathalie would not, could not, bo
nroused to a sense of her responsibili
ties! Something brusque, decisive,
must be done. Hut what? Mrs.Ch.an
dos took desperato advantage of the
first opening that offered to bring the
young man to u full confession of his
sentiments and repaid tho confidence
by a bland assurance that those senti
ments were reciprocated, as he would
find if he openly declared himself.
Then she ascended toNathalie'sroorn,
pale with determination, resolved to
frighten the girl into submission by
threatening to throw her off if noth
ing else would accomplish her purpose.
She found the room empty.
Looking about her in some surprise
sho noticed signs of disorder all about
such as are left by a person in great
haste. On the pincushion was a letter,
which Mrs. Chnndos seized. It was
addressed to her and contained, briefly,
tile information that Nathalie had gone
up to town to spend tho night with u
girl friend and would not bo back un
til the next day.
Mrs. Chnndos stood angry and dis
mayed. Never had Nathalie so eman
cipated herself from nuthoritv be
fore. As the elder sister continued to
stare in front of her, her eve fell on a
crumpled newspaper lying on tho
floor. Sho mechanically took it up.
Tho first words she saw were those of
William Peter's name. The article,
which was a lengthy one, gave an ac
count of a gigantic failure in which
the young Western capitalist's fortune
had been almost entirely engulfed.
Thero followed a supposed interview
witii him at his hotel, out of which it
transpired that ho was to leave for tho
West on the following day.
As tho paper sank from Mrs. Ciian
dos' hand a thought cut through lier
like a knife thrust. "Jinpossiblet"
sue uuereu. "imuossioic!"
"Gone?" repeated tho young lady In
the cab, with white lips. "Gone?"
This hotel clerk who had been called
out, thought that sho was about to
faint Ho had an eyo for beauty ,nnd
a fine scent for a romance. Ho de
villed ono here. "Who could hara
thought it?" he said to himself.
"That ugly follow Peters! And now
that his money is all goue, too!"
"Tho Western limited oxpress doos
not I 'i vo for three-quarters of an hour,
Mr. rotors might still bo met at the
Tho station was not far distant. She
sprang out and was c'.iught in the
stream of people pushing in. Sho did
not know wlicro to turn, where to
look. Tlion, Middculy her heart
stood still she saw him. Ho was hur
rying townrda just opened door, in
the direction of which a crowd of men
and women were eagerly jostling,
"Mr. Mr. l.'ot.r.sYHho tailored. .
Avft!!tftiit Wns what sho had' never
though of that ho might look at hor
in cold nmu'ement! Ho hod retreated
outi off the lino off people pressing
throng.! the door, and they now stood
u Httib apart Prom tho moment in
which sho had thrown down that
newspaper hor one Ohought had boon
get wrinm, 10 .sncuic to mm hexoro
,10 lefti to offer hilar now, iu his nd-
1 verstty, tlto new-bon lovo sho would
' havo been compelled forever to con
I coal had' ho remained prosperous.
' And now it (lashed upon her that her
gift might no longer bo desired. A
' man might cense to care In two months,
I especially if ho had learned to desptso
a. girl as-this man hod desplsod hor
1 that da3 on the beach!
I Will continued to looknthcrduinhly.
"T T T-,"shc stammered, and
misorauiv broke down.
Thero U a communication by brain
waves fay moro suMile and perfect
than nny bv words. Nathalie sud
denly felt! hor nrin drawn through his.
"Don'lt iiheat inn again," said his
rcpncssedl voice. "Dun't lead me to
believe what ma v nod bo true "
"Oh. it is! It isT came tho in
coherently vehement asurance.
"Since when?" lie- asked further, in
this Invert? telegraphy.
"Sinco'thut duv oiii the beach that
very day whuit you looked at mo bo,
as thought you despised me for my
mercenary light mrsn. und something
iu your ove.s and your quiet dignity
mudo mo fuel for tho first time what a
goodl man's- lovo might be. 1 did not
quite understand tlfcen you left tho
next dtiy yoin did not give mo time.
Hut I did aftcvwa.nl oh, I did after
ward!" Two minutes- later she said:
MOh! Jind your money your
troubles'.? I iteiul all about that;
that's wlw I cainev"-
Hie pasMjd his hand over his eyes.
And i had forgotten all about
Whcni Mrs. Chnndos' worst fears
were uoniinhed to her she remarked,
after a. gsiusc:
"And havo Mr. Peters' hands grown i
smaller in these last two months?"
Has the loss of his money improved,
the lit ikf bis coat or the beauty of his.
Aiul Nathalie broke Into a blithe-
"tMit don't remind mo of the nonv
sense I used to talk. To me he is al
together beautiful now, for he is th
noblest of God's creatures my king
Orr ttn Fihce.
Airs. O'Dule, to next door noigbt
bor So yor goin' to do sum wa9hln,'
Mrs. O'Grady Yos, an' knvo'joiv
nnnything ter say 'gin it?
Mrs. O'Dulo No; ohjly don'tt. yor
think yor ortor commonco oni yor
childer fust? Harper's Hu.ar.
llli Straus l'olnt.
"What a clover, ingenious fellow
How so? I novcr saw or heard of
lis doing anything."
That's it exactly. "Manages to
lira without doing anything."
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Around tliy mstic form
Ka Ir tlowers hnmorlnl twine,
Which Mnill former bloom
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When nil the lumen ot ftirth
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The zeph) rs sighed around
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"Secdles for nil machine 'Jtlc per doz.
By mail l"o extra Enclose 2c stamp
when ordering I13- mail.
GK1NC V ALLE
Tho ThroiiRh Car Lino V.otween
Athens and. Ponieroy.
Tlio Direct Lino to mid from
Detroit, Jaoks?n, Lansing
AND BLTCHGAN POINTS.
CHICAGO, STj PAUL
Note following Time Card :
9 M AM XX A, 1. 1'. St.
Chlcajjo Lv. M ,
Toledo " -6 Mtio ao jii) ..
Fostorla " .. 8 05 11 3M 430
Carey ".: 8 ai 12 or T,05
Up. Sandusky u .n. 8 85 12 38 T40
Marlon.- a 35 9 25 1 Oh 8 15
rrospect . " 5 63 9 46 124 8 35
Dclawnre . " C IB 10 07 110 9 00
Columbus Ar. 7 W. 10 55 2 28 9 65
Columt)U8.IVV. t' -'' f- o- ' 20
Lancaster.... " 8 40 4 lii, 7 40
lA)can ,,.. " 9 SV 5 05 8 20
Nelson vllte..,. u 0 57 fi sai 8 41
AthcilB ....... " 10 30 C l 9 20
McArtnur.., " 10 20 C HI)
(lalllpoHs..,,.. " 11 65' 7 .S
Mlddlepoct " 12 28' 8 Hi1
Pomcrcs(..Ar. 12 351 ivi't'i'
r. M.I A M P. M.i P.M. ! M
I A M PM MM PM A M
OoluaiTms.LvtlOlO, 8 30 100 3 45tlf 10.
Pclaworc... 11 00 9 21 5 50. 4 87 11 Us
l'ri)3ncct 11 22 .0 42 S 1 6 00 1 1 2i
Marlon. 1135, 1C 00 C 33 8 80 '1
Up.Sondtisfcy 7 22 0 15 12 .
Carey. 1 7 U C35 1J-10
FoBtorla 8 18 7 oc 1 M
Toledo Ar w 9 30 8 20 !i 26
Detroit Ar ' ,12 a". "10 6( li
fJUtcago Ar 7 65. 7 1 t5 23 ....
I fill A 3t Kl'l l'llll'M
DalIy. ttally exccp8tiiiday
The Fast Line leaves TviIoJo at 10:30 a. 111.,
carrylntr day coaches and parlor aim cramci't
IiiK ila tlirnuijb trains tor NorfolU, Iltcbmotiil
and all cities In t1 u Vlrxiula and CnrollniiK.
ranor ann patuce cats on nn exjirchs nam.
Any ticket nccnt will elio nu full itifliriun
tton toiu-criilnt.' the liuekejo Knutc, or you can
addrt-iia II. A. WIIhou, Diet. 1'ukb. Agent. Toledo.
(., or V. 11. l'lslier, (iencral I'liBiruxer und
Ticket Accnt, ColiiiubuH, Ohio.
Ohamijerlain's Eye and Skin
A certain ouro for Chronic Soro Eyes,
Tettor, Salt lthoum, Scald Head, Old
Cbronio Borca, Fovor Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairlo Scratclios, Goro NIpplos
and Flics. It la cooling and soothing
Hundreds of cases bavo been ourcd by
it of tor all othor troatraont bad failed.
K cents per box,
A R OHAMPNEY
are all gold as far as you can sec.. They loot:
like solid cases, wear like solid cnseoand
arc solid cases for all practical purposes yd
only cost about half as much as an out-and-out
solid gold case. Warranted', to
wear for so years ; many in constant usa
for thirty years. Better than ever s'mce they
are now fitted, at no extra cost, with the greaS
bow (ring) which cannot be fulled OKlwUttd
off the case the
Can only be. had on tho cases
stamped with thla trade mark
' All others have thenld-stvlc nulkuin
which is only held to the case by frictioa
and can be twisted off with the fingers
Sold onlj through watch dealer. Snil Er
vrntcli caao opener to tho manufaotumi
CliiMip Tilpx to YlrKlnln,
' TlicOhloCentrnl Lines nmv operating through
crvieo to Charleston, V. Vu.. liiero eunncctliiR.'
.with the well know 11 minie route. thC. .t O.
Ity.. hnvc plmed In effect 11 rate of only ,S20iOO
for the round trip to Norfolk. Vn, 5'pon those
tleketistopowrs will henlluwed at nny point
east of C'llitim t'orge. JIoL'i.toN IIouk. O. JB".
FOR THE "INDUSTRIOUS.
If 1111 want iurk that l)iUhsiiiitaniliifot;iblf,
rnilin joun iMr"iiiiiiiulitil. W't.itucHiiwtn
niul women I.vvr to purn In.ui Sfl.DI). T,Vhy to
8:1,0(11) per jrr ultliout liu in I1111I prnrUms
ripcrli'nce,LNl tin nl-h the ':iii1umiiciiI ntnfileh
llicy can wuVf-llint iiiiuniiit.. NothlnciUlllcuUto
ham or tlMVriiiuiri' inuei itlinc. The irmfc is
raiiy, healthytaini lioii(ir.i)j. awl can beihuiolar.
Iiir ila time or v filing-", rlclit In ) our own Jural,
ity, nfiereicr you llw. '1 ho result ul'..fw
liourA work ofleii 'iiiilA a T'cUu.ni(i.
We lin c tnuglit' llinu-niuli of hot li ?'.v-uml.:H
ago, niul iiany Iiiim' I.iM f.uniJntlinH tlr:itt will
Minly hrliilniiii richer. Minienf tliv utnrtit
men In thii-cnutitry owe tlttvlr iucce' hr life to
thotnrt rtriii them wlill in our cm,ijfty year
oro. Yoiittivtiiltir, may ili 11 well; try It. T
cannot falli- NoriipltiiliiM-tjarv. "i i!C ) on l
with somctlihiB that is mv,olll,nul num. A
book brlu ail of atlvice is.free to nil. IlfrJfiyowr
clf hy vritlni; for It oiliy not tu imirro.
E. D. ALLEN & CQ.j
iMt, 0Ji ,
'XJ'ti n.uii 3.
V,P)irlcU. ;j"r tWmmisctoh
Full Informtion rjUbvo to mi. timo of triins, tc
will be cldfi'ully furn;:htdibj Any Ajjont ol the
'ONLY Oiii: HiGHT OUT."
Qaickast 1m Ever Made
UIWiHAPOUS 0O .tOH Do -Zi i
iv-e- uti u- 10 ofaarr
Toledo or Detroit.
For Rates or lnformatlov.vrrltc to
D.B. TRACY, Northern Passenger Arjest,
155 Jafforion Avenue, Dctrort, Mich.
10HH BASTABLE, District Passenger Ait,.
S Brldfjo Street, Totwfo, Ohio.
D.G. EDWARDS, Gonoral Passonrjer Agent..
Sroinpt aniivcr and nn unnc!t oplnlnii,irrtto-tb
I UISN tV CO., who hare had nearly oily yosrra
uAPunuouu iu iuo yiaiunt uusinusBi uaDmnnica
tionaatiictlyonnflilviitlal. A iliiiillniiikuf1a
formntton couceruinir I'iiIciiim ami bow to ou.
tain tlium scat fivo. Also a cutologus)OtluoUaa
leal nml Kclcntltlo uoolis sunt Jroo.
1'atunta talen. tliroiiitli Munn & Co. rccclro
special notlcolntbo Sclontlllo Aiiinrirnii.nnd
thus aro ProuKht wldoly beforothtt public will.
put opiit to tlio Inventor, Till miloiulM ji
lamest t-lruiilutlou of any oclcntltlo work Ini
vrqria.,.8.- a year. Bainplo copies sent freo.
!i cents. lCrcry nunibur contain torn
In colors, una Pholojiraphs ot lioar
Iiouso. wltb plans, cnabllna builders
liutint oeaiciis mill Hecurii contracts.
UVHH i. CO., Nuw VOUU. UUI UltoAuwax,
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