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tVtUX HoHNINrt t K.iNDiTI lICtfPTSDI.
TrrUIAI, I'AI'KKOP riTV ANI OWNTY
SIR HUBERT'S WIFE.
"Tln'ii yon will pivrt lier t ni Mrs.
"Must willingly, Sir Ilitliert." anil
Mrs. Trevor's Iiiiim1s nm, jiil rici:in fuee
Hushed with a jrlmv of e;r;itilleriliii us
she fiii;nilii'il her consent lo Sir Hubert,
(ilyniion's jiravvr for her (laughter's
liaritl. "liclicvii iiM', there is no one I
would Dion- w illingly trust with Lilian's
A deep lii't'dlh of relief escaped Sir
Hubert, hut his faiMt darkened nnd
fkillded over !l little MS lie Rpokl! npllijl.
"It shall he the object of my life to
prove that your trust is not tuidese'rv
oil," he said, "if Lilian accepts 1110."
"If!" Mrs. Trevor hroke in. with a
flight ncei nt of surprise. "Why do
you doiilit it?"
"1 hardly dare hope," he answered.
"She is mi' yotitif; -1 am so much hor
senior and' I have fancied sometimes
tir.it it is sellili in me to wish to hind
our lives together, that "
"Ah! why will you do yourself so
much injustice?" said Mrs. 'I'revor, in
terrupting hint once more, a little petu
lantly, for she could not understand his
scruples. "SI hi is hut u child, certainly,
with a child's heart -my little Lilian!
You need have no fear, Sir lltihort. Sho
loves you now. When you are her hus
hand, she will love you better."
So spoke Mrs. Trevor, Lilian's moth
er, am! she believed that she spoke for
hor daughter's good."
True, there had heon ti foolish ro
mance connected with the summer just
past. A strolling artist had been struck
by the sweet tlower-l'aee, and had asked
permission to transfer it to his canvas.
The foolish mother had consented. Sho
deemed Lilian indeed only a child. ..
Through long,sunshiny hours she and
the artist had strolled together, or she
had sat patient while he had painted
the young, lovely face, until one day,
or rather just in that wonderful time
when day was not yet ended, and evening
has liogiin mingling its shadows with
the Heeling sunbeams little Lilian
listened with a fast beating heart, to a
story new and strange.
This artist loved her, and wished her
for his wife. She heard with the tim
idity of the timid fawn his passionato
expressions of endearment. They
frightened oven while they tilled her
soul with tumultuous joy.
"I will teach you to love me, little
one," he hail said. Come, will you
not go with me to your mother, that I
may ask her to give you to mo." .
And shyly, with a crimson blush, sho
Imd placed her little fluttering hand in
his, and lot him load her whither he
She had hardly had time to realize
.licr joy before it had ended; for her
mother had listened in frowning ama.e.
The artist was poor, lie had but his art
and his ambition. What were both to
balance Lilian's dower?
'Take eournge, darling, and be true
to rue," he whispered, in his short
leave-taking. "I go to make the, for
tune 1 have hitherto despised, but
which now I covet for your sweet sake.
With it I will return to claim you. Let
me tiiul you little. Lilian."
And the child, amid her sobs, had
promised all he asked.
Vet now now, when the little green
blades of grass were springing up. lo
hide from sight the hare brown earth,
and the birds singing to each other
their love songs in the trees, and the
breath of spring heralded the coming
of another summer, her mother had
tome to her and said:
"1 have found a lover for von Lilian.
He is good and rich, my child. Sco
to it that vou do not ntentioli to him
last year's 'folly."
"A lover, mamma?" the girl had an
swered. "Oh, have you forgotten?"
"I have forgotten all, as must you.
You will obey mo, and later you will
This young face grew very pale.
"In it not honorable that he should
know, mamma?" Lilian hail said.
"lie shall hear all that is necessary
"11! will not want me," thought the
girl, "when he knows that 1 have no
lovo to give him".
And t lie color crept back to her cheek
at the relief the thought brought a re
lief short lived; for that very evening
Sir Hubert (ilyndou took in his own
warm, hlrong grasp her two little cold
hands, and, drawing her to him, stoop
ed and kissed her brow.
C She looked up into his face. Il was
not a handsome face, lie was not a
young lover. A full score of years di
videi(liim from hisgirl Nvvcet-liciul; but
it was a good fa a true face--and in
it one could read the love he b.ire hor.
At the mule, (jueslioning, pitiful look
in her dark eyes, a pang had shot into
her honest heart, and it was the mem
ory of this look which led him to her
mother, who thus had answered him.
"She has loved no one else?" he said.
Mrs. Tremor smiled a little scornful
ly at the question.
"A moment since, i told you sue was
but a child. It is for you to waken her
Her words and his own great love
chased away the hist doubt.
lie was very tender during the short
space of lime that elapsed before the
wedding. Sometimes he would appear
a little grieved thai Lilian would shrink
even from his slightest caress, hut he
chided himself for it. lVrhnps when
she was bis wit., bis very own she
would one day steal to his side, and
hold up her sweet rosebud mouth, of
her own seeking, for his kiss.
Then he would tell her all that his
Jong fast had cost him - then and not
Their wedding-day dawned clear und
bright, and no ray of sunshine was re
flected In the bride's face.
"I obey you, mother," she said. when
tin y fastened tho veil of tulle, with the
wreath of ornrigo blossoms on her head
"I obey you, mother, becauso yon
have taught mo that to you I owe my
first duty, but I would rather you were
dressing mn for my colli n than for my
Tho Had words struck with proiihotio
knell on her mother's heart, but It was
too lnt to draw back now.
,S1.0 looked older than her bridegroom
a they stood together at tho altar. His
joy had mado him young; her grief had
aged her. .
His patience had never tired, his ten
derness never lessened, in tho lonj
weeks, ho (-trove, in new scenes ami
amid new fanes, to bring a little look of
gladness into her ow n.
She never murmured, never com
plained. She no longer shrank from
him. That was something gained.
Indeed, when they were ipiite alona
together, she seemed more contented,
more restiui man in tneir wanderings.
"Next week we will go hoine.Lilian,"
he said to her, one day.
"Oh. I shall be so glad," sho answer
ed. "I am so tired."
"Tired, little one? You have wanted
to go before? Why havo you not
"I waited foryottr wish," sho replied.
"Hut my wish is yours. Will you not
learn that lesson?"
"You are very good to me," sho an
swered wistfully, "too good. I do not
not deserve so much."
He drew her to him and kissed her
"Too good?" he echoed. "Oh, my
little pure snovvllake, if ever you can
love me for one little hour, it would bo
worth a lifetime!"
Always she shrank from meeting
strangers. Kucli f ice she scanned with
almost painful intentness; then the old
look of utter indill'erenee would sweep
across her own.
lint hero in the home where her hus
band had brought her she would bo
subjected to less of this. Its grand old
beauty could not fail to delight her
senses. Her own rooms wero lilted up
like the bovver of some fairy prin
cess; servants waited upon her every
wish; all day she might stroll alono
through the shaded avenues of sunerb
old oaks, save when her husband joined
Hut day by day he w atched tho sweet
faeo grow paler and the slight figure
more frail. One day he eamo to her
with an open letter in his hand, a hap
py light in his face.
"Harold has written me, darling tho
friend whom I have told you 1 lovo so
well he is coming to visit mo. Ho will
be here to-morrow."
"Harold" she gasped, and her faeo
I lo throw his arm about her, fearing
she would faint.
"You know him?" he asked, in sur
prise. "Is'o, no," she tremblingly answered.
"I was faint for a moment. That is all.
I am glad for you. I will bo ready to
receive your friend."
"Harold," sho murmured to herself,
.vhen alone again. "Am I so weak
that the simple utterance of tho old
name thus moves mo? As though there
wero not a thousand Harolds in this
great world. Oh, heaven, thou wilt
grant my prayer. Thou wilt never lot
me see his face again."
The next afternoon Lilian was alono
among the trees, when suddenly sho
heard the sound of voices. It was her
"You will think her beautiful,
Harold. She shall be to you a sister.
Of vou I will not bo jealous."
Tho next moment a turn in the path
brought the two men to view. Ono
instant her glaneo rested on them
both; then she sprang to her feet press
ing both hands to her heart, awaited
their approach in silence, her faeo color
less as her dress, her figure swaying an
the lily-bell on its stem.
"llaVold, my wife!" said Sir Hubert,
then looked from one to the oilier in
The young man mado no motion to
outstretch his hand. Ho bowed low.
Lilian neither stirred nor spoke.
"You havo met before?" Sir Hubert
"Wo have met before," replied Har
Lilian still spoke no word. Once she
passed her hand across her eyes, as if
blinded; then turned and walked swift
ly toward tho house. Tho two men
left alone, looked in each other's eyes.
"What does it all mean?" asked Sir
Hubert, and his question was both stern
"Ask your wife," answered his friend.
"Only bid me good-bye, and let mo
"Wait until to-morrow," replied tho
host. "Lilian has never deceived me
she will not do so now."
Hut just then came tho summons to
dinner. The young mistress, pleading
sudden indisposition, beggod to bo ex
cused. The two men sat down in
Bileneo. It was a wretched meal, and
an evening yet more wretched.
At an early hour Sir Hubert conduct
ed his guest to tho rooms apportioned
to him, and withdrew to his own. Kost
lessly he paced their length for half an
hour, when he resolved to seek his wife
and have tho mystery explained. Sho
might not love him, but at least she had
no cause to fear him; sho would with
In slippered feet he crossed the corri
dor. His way led him past Lilian's
boudoir; the door was half open; within
he heard voices. His very blood frozo
in his veins: it was his wife speaking.
lb; stood rooted to tho spot.
"Harold, you must go at oneo at
"How dare you tell mo what I must
do!" answered tho man; "you who have
wrecked my life? It was for you 1 toiled
to amass the wretched fortuno I now
loathe. The death of an undo gave mo
success sooner than I had hoped. I
thought but of you by day, by night
Wild with happiness I returned to claim
you to learn what? That you had
married and gone. Desperate, I did
not even ask tno name of the man who
had bought you, until to-day I come
hither to lind him my friend. Oh, Lil
ian, many a murderess has less stain on
her soul than you."
"Harold, spare mn! spare me! They
forced mo into it. They knew I loved
you my mother! my husband! Sho
told him, but still tliey wished that I
should marry him. What could I do?
I prayed for Heaven to help me, hut no
help came. I called your name all
through tho night, but you would not
The man listening outside tho door
loaned against the portal with a groan;
but w'aliui, wrapped In their owu mis
ery, neither heard.
"Lilian, you iVe uie still, then? Oh,
my little love, mHt you forever?"
"Hush-husht lb, h,is been so good
U) me-so good! ( ),, if ivm t0 bl, ,m
old woman, 1 could nut repay him. To
morrow 1 will tell him uif, afu)r you
havo gone; for you nnn,t go in tho early
morning, dear, before anyone Is up.
Then I will say, 'I promised to do my
duty, Hubert. I have done it. I am
TIIK DAILY CAIKO 1.ULI7
sorry that the Harold I loved waV Missouri
friend; but lie has gone now, a.-an can
must try to make up to you his loss, a. T0bable
by-and-by, if you will have patieno ,
utm r u i'n lenrii lo love vou. IiiihIihimI track
not as 1 loved him, perhaps, but with a
belter love.' You will go, Harold?
You see 1 am not strong. I have made
you sutler, but you can see that I have
Hutl'ered too. In the old days you never
said me nay. You will not say it now?"
'(Jo to your sleep content, little one.
You will see me never again. Hut,
Lilian, 1 shall be hungry many years.
Hubert said you should he to me as a
sister. Will'you not give mo a sister's
She stood still. He stooped, and on
each quivering eyelid pressed his burn-
inir lins. Then ho almost rushed from
the room, but the silent figure, an in
stant since on its threshold, had tied.
The next morning Harold Courtney
had gone, but when Lilian stole to her
husband's side ho hushed tho.Hrst words
on her lips.
"I know, child I know," he said.
She thought he meant that her moth
er and Harold had told him. Somehow
a change had come over Lilian's life.
Her husband no longer caressed and
fondled her. Kvery luxury, every wish
was hers to command, but his kiss no
longer fell on her lips, and though ever
ready to go with hor wheresoever she
desired, he never intruded upon her
Then, too, her old fear of strangers
had disappeared. Tho ono faeo for
which sho had sought had como and
gono. It no longer haunted her dreams,
either waking or sleeping. Sometimes
she would softly breathe the old name,
but her voice did not tremble, nor her
Sho missed her husband, too. Occa
sionally sho would steal to his side,
hoping, as of old, ho would throw his
arm about her and draw her to him;
but he never did.
Ono day, feeling lonely, she sought
him in the library. Ho was sitting, nis
head upon his hands. A groan hurst
from his lips.
"Teach mo patience, oh, heaven!"
he murmured, "or give mo death!"
"Hubert!" sho cried, spriuging to his
side; "what is it, husband? Will you
not tell nie? Do you no longer lovo
"I shall lovo you dear," he answered,
"as long as my life lasts; but I would
for your sake that it might end, and
you lind happiness with another. Thus
do I love you!"
"Hut I toll you, dear, my happiness
rests with you. I havo been very blind
all these months, husband. I thought
I loved Harold; but now I lovo him on
ly as a brother. It is you I love! I do
not .deserve that you should love mo
yet; hut, oh, my husband, no ono else
holds your wife s heart!"
"Lilian, child! you say this to comfort
me it is like you. Hut, darling, in all
I have suil'ereu you never havo deceived
mo. Do not deceive me now."
"It is myself whom 1 havo deceived
only myself," she answered. "Oh,
Hubert, tako me to your brave heart,
where I have refused rest so long!"
Then ho opened wide his arms, and
they closed about her, never to unclasp
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iyv' nji'J. no i iiper in'!
Adiln-m DAN I IX K. DEATTY
VA ttnli'iiton N
Aii Oulv Dauirlitcr Curcil of
Win n denlli un-lioiiily expected, all rcim-dle
1 1 a v i 1 1 if lulled, nml llr .lumen win. experinieutini;
iili ttie miiiiv herliK of CuIcuitH. Iiu nicldeljtlv
made n pn p ir.iium uhli h i iii. il liln only child of
iJoNnt miti'iv. Hi-1 1 , .Id I- now in thin country and
enjoyim.' t'.e lie-t of hi iiHIi. lie Inn proved to tliu
'orld Hint ('onm-mi'iiiis cup In- positively and per
niiiiielitly cured. The ), i.,r now m-c lino Kerlpe
trei!, only ii-kile' to three rent ntampH to pay
cxpeiiccn. 'I hln Hi rl' i"n niren Nitfhl Sweat
Nuuca nt the Milium h, nnd w ' hrenk up a frenh
fold In twenty four hoiun, Aililic-i- ( raddink A Co.
lit;j Knee St . I'li'lii'l' Ipliln. iiiniliit' thin paper.
l-oweni prtei- ever known
"u llnwli - leader.
Kill.-, nml K4-olrra,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
at trendy rHliie.f nnef.
' eml mlamp fur nur .New
I , I ii-l r,.l.-l I '..I..I I i ,
.rnWKLI.ASHN.lWH'iI uuMi.-.t.i l.v IN.V.vn.u.
19 hi-, I i Mil i,-,l nt trtmi.fi l, rlr.iin ttui llano or
firrn. "1. .Iii' li it i -..Hi n i .-rf,iriii . w. ll tiy profaMar
nf.ii tt h i, ,.(i, i. ,, .Hum ' f ... .k .M fit "ur Ilia
lnl"l I e ,1, ( HIK Ml I'llVMl AI. I llliil'l NKTTK-liU
V "i .1 e, ., i.i . n n( it . n whvh ai,y on. ma
.,v . r... i,l I r t r.v, i v ' .1. .ii.fli... tr, ittitrv, Mid
. mi i I"' . - 'I. i vl ll.v..flmtutlinfc
LOS X III M.V, H.4 Mutt) iM... UilCHKO.
Hit fit liirnl-hed tree, with full In-
iietloiin for condiii tliiB tliu nmnl
lilitlile luiniiienn that any one. can
Win. I he I ilninenx la fO eai-y
enrn, and our Instruction tire ho
Hi'ii'le ami i.luri. tlmt. ui,v mil! ran
mala' irr:il profiin Irmu I In- nt.irt. No linn rnn fall
who la willing In work. Wntin 11 arc a" auciennful
iiHincn. Iloyn nml eliln cun curn luru'e niitnn.
Many have nimle tit I he luiiin nn over one hundred
dolliira In u ciiu'lo week. Niitliliiu like il ever
known lielnre. All w hn etiL'n!.'e are mireried nt t In-
cane and rupldily w ilh which tin y arc alile to make
iinmey. l on cun eiipan' In iln- liiiflnenn (lurini!
your npare time at (,'n at prolll,. Voinlo Hiilhaveto
invent capital in II. W e lake all t us rink. I Inme
who need reii'lv iiioiiev, nhould wllru lo na at onre.
All furnlnlied tree. Addrenn TKl'K A .'0.,-Au
Obtained lor new Invcntloiia, or for tmprovcmatiU
in old mica; Tor mudlcal or other compotinda, trailo
luarka and liihelH. Caveuln. Annleninienta, Inter
I'reneen, Appeuln. Knlla for lnfriiifeinelita, and
all caaca arlainn under Mm I'Mtenl Lawn, prompt
ly attended to, Inveiillotia that have lieun
iV I W( I 'IU I'litenl. Ollico may allll,
Jl Ti.l I li I ' In moat rnnea, lut lialciiled hy
uc llctnir oppoHii" inr ti. n. raicni iiei.ariuieni,
imd unijaiied In I'nti'iit tnmmcM cxf liiaively, we ran
miiki! rloaer aenrrhea, nnd arriinf I'nft'tita more
promptly, and with hriiader clalmn, than tlinnc w 'in
are ri'iuote from Wanhliinlon.
I N V KT( IN ni",,!' "r "Mrh '
J J ill I J lln y t u r device; wet inakn in-
hUilimtlona and advice an lo 'iiittitnlilllty, free of
rharue. All nirrenpondi nc atrlrllv roiifldcutial .
l'nriia low, and no charfc uulcBn rattint la Hccurud.
Wo r'fcr In Wiinhlniilon, to lion I'oatinaauir
Ocncral 11. M. Key, Itev. V, D.l'ower Thu (lermnn
American Nutlonal Hank, toolllrlala In thti U. 8.
1 ateiit omciMind tiiHeiiuloraand HeprcaenUtlvea
In tiiKrcaa ; and DHpeclaiiy t nr r.llnnta In t'Torr
Btauitutlic Inliin and in('BH,Hi AddrcM
O. A. SNOW&CO..
Oujioaltcl'at lit lifflcu, Wiiahlimtotl I). C
IIicn.1. F. Uhakton, Stouy U. Ladu
llAlillKItT K. Taink.
Kiilu I'liiiiniinnliincr of rtcnlti,
P A T 15 N T S
PAINE, OKAPTON & LAD I),
Attorimva lit Law imd Hollcltoia of AmcrltuB ud
Oil FIFTH H'l'ltl'.KT, WAHIIINOTON.P.C.
rrar.tlni piiiiint law In all H TirHticlied In the
I'aleiiUHIlcii, iimi In thti Siiprrmu and Circuit
Cotirln of the t'nltcd Htatea. ramptilet aunt fruo
on receipt of Mtnuip fur poatiiL'
p 1 1 "i H it. r
NKW A I) V K KT1 S K M K NTH .
rANTKI). Mttniifaclurlim i-oiKern vnnta a
11 Ijii-iiicm mun In l ulrn. ao l liieveiy eliy i nut al
reailvlukeii.i A lvv hundivd ilolliira uuntiaaary to
pay for inoria on delivery af er onlcrn hnve In en
nm ureil lor tlui aaine. fl.'O pi r moiillt pioll'.
tflnir, ml' i ll, Tl.i- liient nearclniiK iiiventlualloll
aoliciled A S A UN I l.l A ' . ("(Mr rimt
Mieel and llroiidwai, llrooklyn, N, Y.
THE MILD P0WKB
niiiiiiilirtsys' Doiiiuopathio Hiet;ilicB
Proved from ample experience mi entire
II an. Hmple. I'romiil. K.lllrlenl. niel
Hi lliilile, they arc I In- only itu illeiliea
iiiliipieil to poptihir line,
MX I I'll! HI ll'i I. Nil. 1 1 li Ki. I'liirR.
I. I'l'vi-ra. Coiiviintliin, liilluniuiaiioiiK,
t ornm. Worm l-evi r VVortn ( olle. . 'n
'I. r lim ( olle. or I rethink' of Infiuiin, - M
I IMnrrlten of ( Inlilreti or AiIiiIIh, . M
w llv.etilerv , KrlplnB, Itlllntm Colli',
1. I liolera .llnrliu". Voiiilltiin, .'A
7. iionlln, (Xllcl, llrolil-lillln, . - ,.f,
K. iSeiirilltllni, 'IfHilliHi-lte, J-lteenehn, .f
li lleiiilnelien Slek lli.iiiliieli..n .ti Il-ii . ',
Ill I. 1- ll.ll ...... I.
i.i. i..iNin , i.i.M.iin nil itititeii. - .
II. hiiiiiira'ani'it il r I'alnlul IVrlinla.
1. liill'H. t'Hi liriifunii I'erliuln. . .
; i I riinn. Ci.urfti, I'tnieiitl lln itihlntr.
II. bull llheiiin. Kryiil ln, Kriipilmia,
!'i It lielllliallnlM, Itliellllilllle I nltin,
il. I-et er nml tune. I hill. I'ever, Aa-ma
17. I'lle.. lUllnl or rieeillliu,
Hi. I aliirrli. lu'iiie or elm m lei lullin n.ii
i. lliiliiltll( rotlL'll, vloli lit ( i iilulin, ,'i
.'I. I.enenil lll llllll V . 1'll.V" I Weliknena, .'!
Ixiillll'V lliaeiml', .'.'
. erinu. Ilelolllv, Si.i-riniitiirrh. a, t.m
l. I rill ll r eahliex, U etllliL' Itie lied, li
rt. i.iwi-iipe in ... , - -- (i-
l-m-Mik In 'IliljfKli-ln.iir will I ' the I'un; Ffl
or hlllKle V III. lire of eluirt'e, nil receipt of TI
prlee. (Vie I Mr nr. It i nr.- llimfciiii
lll.eii.e, Ac. Mil lillKcuj, lilno lllualruleil
uliilnuiir, I- It! I..
Ailili'i-Hn, lliitiiplirra' lloiiii0iatlilr
Mud. I u lUt rulluu bl.i .r utk,
(live) I Mutant relief and lain In ttlh'lu
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
h ill hy Prnirpmlni'Trry where. 1'rlc. ft o"p"r l.t
pr. ,'n.i li - 'n i l. haim-le -lit Jr" to I'hvtu .ml
anl v 1 1 mill' r r. hv I'. N-iialae'lter ft I o I'.nr T.
huw 1 Jii.CU. bolenuuuiiK'lur' not ".Iriuit.K.'
' perri'illT pill... rriHIOUneeil Ihe I. (n the hi ll,
.-i tni 'l.i-il .'illinriliMi tu Ine w.tlj li.i.-r, tivi,. -
H'l'l ' 14 Wi-rlU'. Fll'-'l"., ! I'ii'.
bul l i-j in .jiiiu. w h acmtrrcLiH to a r
i art fur Fit. A'mLrntu nnd Aerr Affnli ;m.
Inpi tin if 1.1111 tv fllrrrtM. .A' Fu " T
f-ritiiny $ur. 1 ri-Aiii trvl i trial Utt .Ir ;
! :liii'iiulthf,v injvlfiiretpn n't. hvnd niin,
V, (t. ah I rtprfM AiMft-nti to b, RMVB. I
Wtih"0t medfrtn.. AI.t.AHT ROl.mt.K MF.TH.
J TF.I) IMH OIKS. l alroted tcw.tr IS, ln-A
One h' l.
No. I will rnre any raw In f.Mr iUvi or l'-nn.
No. 2 trill nr.: u,c net otllbu. 'cm; uu maiu r
Of how I'lnirundiiiK.
No ii'i?oni duM of entieM, rnph or nli of
n'Ulw nnl, that ara certain li pro Inia drupe;..
ty il. niroyunf ilia miiinjra of Die l unirh Vd
yrtoi(ioraiiirlinri"ii njnetlorj W pt Muut oUior
. rtoim ror iplicaUonn.
1'riee j in. Mil. I) IIY ALU DHI'lKiLSTd, or
mailed "f ricript (,( pnre.
Fur i t h.-r parii'-olara arnd fur circular.
y. o.ll ilitl. J t:. ALLAN (ll., KJ j.ilinFlreat,
V. iiJi r J3J0 rr tnl for any car Uitjr m out
Uiilrk.asf and tore cor.
Or1!)thiit m ii ! u t m i r
.i'lrt Hill PO lVi A'-llM-
mny proT-the nU-pplnK-ftotie lo a m or itirr?,
Il li i-tiH-i!II nj.lapw il lo ih' win) have rnrli'''1
llu f'M.i .f IN- hill. AMrii M. OlMt, YA
m m m w m viiiuk r i w j , iua
ATT0 Tv rt Bvtf
UL) jO MiK .11. n l1'!! 'ir
lUiL timWny. iuvttyt J
0 t. .L-'mthdorn-rrrv, fir H'.-l -t
il ). f It - tu-- k jt nriy
lithi ni.irtbf In, K B.
mm mn un m pu:i k:ve m,
Ml Vrr.ftiU tlNWI ftf MM!
111 ' i U'.u.rw, tV .1 ft!) rhfl'MI
IJ 11 "itt th th T iWn rr of
' i'l if Fdf uriiif ty, jtiurHi ii'if.
J J J nrHHrh. Co b ut
fr i,ti Cltj.
UA .... PikW.v,i.
ltilliSliiOunJ. KTulrra.MDt fco.il. f.oicutiuoii
iiiiin,Mi.iivi. riiiiirlcliuna.l'iiof J'. Ultln.l'J
175. Itcv olvtTH. ft t.a. Hendfor twllnrt
Iatloa-ue. l.UKAT WbbTUlii ULN WClRlvfJ.
y witl.'rtil i. jt.t
MU . ul.tf f"f
An user, iillif-
...New V (k.
RE YOU 8ICI OR All INVALID?
Wh.n .11 nlli.r m.v,i (ail il (, ll "(HI'I I T
MYSTKHV" mi'l t mM. Suu Ak-r, wt, lln'.t,
Wrl.'liUnd Syi ptim,.. A.I.I. nt. I'l, 1 II MinKI.KV,
110 W'wl lllh Hrt, N.w V..tk.
Wl All QT
r II i i ' , i r ri ,il 11 ri
rro.lf-fiit'l I'riiK'I'xit tniiinitiM'fil. Aitlnfv WAl'.l'.t
CX). JtonkuiD A- lirukt'in, US KxctuUitfv i'lmn, Nt-w York.
KmI ' Ian, f. irmm Imi, Hiutafi A
f,ni 1 h. 4 mI f.A mwtil rVk, J' iMaiH.4
,!'.(. m fall l4.nl, i ! I lu 1 i tra. N
ttf. Mh "HUH in ffT--. ft "!
Mil, T.( mtf,m HhtU ftarlt k Ilik
i:imiu tlli( IL"ll' yriticivK.
TRADE MARKiTlmtirentKnullnirinADK MARK
II.. ... ...I .. u III..
rnlllnif rnre for
Uper in a torrhoea,
I iiipoteiicy. nnd nil
diruanca that fol
low an a counu
(inuiiro of wl!
Ketnrn 1 .aklllff imnnorv. untveinal
.inailiiil..aliu Urn hiu k, dlm-i f.ep Idting.
nena... vi-l.o,, i,r.?natnro o U '.S
HIKI nilllly UUMT IllPi rtr r? uini .will u
rill, par , (iiarr. ... i ' -- "" ...,, ,..
htri! HI aenu ireu ny mini u. v.-.j , . .
,iHr miMllrlnn l an Id l-V .11 dr.i? n ;t; t $ I r
receiptor tlm niontty by iiddre"lnKl H. ;HAV
MKDK'lNK CO.. No. 8 Mori, an lea Work, Il.i nil
Mich. Hold in v Hiro ht hhvv .-."... . -Helm
li and Ono. K. O'llara.
Ti n r I
I l'y wlicn tt jfililcii cluinri) is
VfkiirHinviR hv tnnklllir III Oil
H llil i I ottered, thiinihy alvvuya
II IW I 1 I hmtpliiRtioviirly from your
JLJ-Ja-i ,or, Thoau who alwiiya
i.. I .!.... .....mi nf tllll irood
I.H RII l.ii .ill. '.'-" n -
chimera for mnklnir money that "v;
ly imcoilin weamtyi un unwo ..:--," .
l'rno aunli clmncoa remiiln In povorty. We wnut
many men. womon, lioya anil Rlrl' to for iw
rlKht n heir own inrRiiuna. . "';- 7,'"
pay more, than Un timri ViV."". u" L W!
furnlah an rxpenaiinalvu oiilnl "'''. ' yn
uji'dfrna. Noon who enifi'"" ' ""ko
nioni.y rapidly. Von "in duvo o your wnoio timo
to tun worn, or oniy y"f -i - . "
Informiillon and nil that l noeileil act t free,. Ad
dri'ia HT1NHON A CO., Portland. tuliiu,
i i i . r, v . in
r". mr i 1 1