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Tbi Niuety and Nine.
There arc ninety timl nine who lie mnl die
In want, hi iM hnnicr. ami 'IJ
Thnt one may rcMd In huucy
And be tapped In iti ailkeii fulit.
The ninety hihI 11111" In twvi N bun1,
Tin- one In A iiiiiiimihi llli 1I1 hrs rare.
Thi'y lull In the ll'H'l. ih ninety mnl nlm.'.
For the fruiix ol 'her earth:
T bey dig Mini delve In Ihf lu-ky mini',
Ami tiring liiil'li'ti lieuum torlli.
Hut the wealth roloiiwd hy their Munly Ijhiw
To the hiitid nf the one furever How,
From the hwi-hI nf their brow the ilenei1 IiIihiiiih
Anil the fnnul lielnre thrm rull:
Their labor Imn Imililxl hunilile home.
And thci Itien with Infty Inilh.
But the niip own citien mnl home aii'l luinls.
Ami the ninety ami nine huvc empty hum!.
But the night mi dreary, ami dink mnl long.
At liiHt Khali the morning bring.
And over the liiml the victor' whir
Of ninety mnl nine shnll rinjr.
Anrt echo tifiir f mm r.nnr to .nw,
llejolcc. fur lulinr ahull havo won lip own.
Ever1 boy nf xny geneintioii oxit
st ripped nie on tin 'mail d iiijiiiIkkxI.
While I was yet nltoi-hcd in my boats,
fishing, tlogs rulibits. soul all t Jn oilier
jiliitsns peculiar to juvenile life, I no
ticed that my companions one nfier an
other were reformm;; that recklessness
ami oarulesHiess nf nit ire clianioteristie,
of tlic p'niiin.i boy. They devloit'd
hi-rli shirt collars ami lieaver hats. They
brcame very j ;i rl iculnr as to the lit of
their bouts, ami held Ions confercncea.
with the shoemaker. Altove all .did
their intellects concentrate on the ar
rangement of the hnir. Thev were very
regular in their attendance at church
on Sunday cvenin;'s. Tin cause, of all
this lay in the simple fail that I he in
evitable gravitatlm toward 1 ho female
sex had rominc need.
I was disgusted th:it my companions
should fall away from nie and lose in
terest in their acctc-lonioil sports. Their
whole life was ehnnived. CVrtain hous
es wherein dwelt p-irls hecame wonder
fully attractive. On Sunday e.venin;.j
when the service was over thev would
rush hastily out of church and crowd
alxittt the doors as the ronjjrecation
rainc forth. Some holder than the re.-l
sidled up to tho girl and asked, "('an I
have the pleasure of seeing you home
this evening?'' She might bashfully
say "Yes," take the (toy's arm, and the.
two trudged silently along together,
beating their little hrains for something
to say to each ther, while tho remain
der of the youthful masculine troop,
. who longed to he in tho same place,
but lacked courage to apply for the sit
uation, followed on liehiini, noisy, dis
orderly and making observations of a
sarcastic nature concerning the young
At last certain of my contemporaries,
male and female, paired off 'regularly
every Sunday night nnd every other
night when opportunity offered. It
seemed but a little time had passed ere
it came to be whispered about concern
ing these boys and girls, now young
men and women, that they were en
gaged. Engaged! It was but a little time
past since they with nie were deep in
rabbit and bird traps. I could nut ac
cept it. That men and women or at
least those who with me hnd always
been men and women that they should
get married was all right and proper,
lint these were bMs and girls. I could
not realize how they were ever to be
anything else but boys nnd girls. I did
not like these fast coming changes. I
was an old fogy, a conservative hoy,
and desired always to retain my boy
hood. At this early age matrimony had not
favorably impressed me. 1 looked on
many o.urtsi jps. All then seemed
smooth and bli-sful. 1 looked after
ward on matrimony. It appeared faded
by the contra-l. Courtship implied
beauty, bright ee, ruddy cheeks, mar
riage, and soon the same faces became
pale and worn. It involved also a
cluttered up'' hou-e, wash-tubs and
soil-faced children, Hnd the suitor had
changed into an indifferent, slovenly
attired and aonicttmcs surly husband.
The bright, blooming girl took her
place among the wives, himI after a time
looked to me as if she only endured a
cooking, washing and scrubbing exist
ence becniM! il was an inevitable neces
sity. Thi is as it seemed to the boy,
although I could not ihen mould these
thoughts into words.
The defections among my set catno
thicker and faster. At last, I with tho
rest was drawn into the vortex. I know
not when I Hew my last kite, or spun
my last top.
I fell in love w ith two girls simulta
neously. For a longtime it was a. se
cret admiration, f adored them from
afar. Holder boys were seeing them
home every Sunday night. Holder and
better looking boys than I. That was
th ooison in niv etin. I was hoinelv.
i.ijuy inn taken particular pains to tell
. . . . .
meyso. 1 could not have been more
than" four years of ago when one of my
aunts used to criticise my snub nose,
and recommend me to keep my linger
pressed on it for an hour or two daily,
as hIio argued that its upward inclina
tion might thus be repressed. Private
ly, I did follow her advice, but it made
no difference. That nose as to contour
would not he diverted from its early
bent Then my hair was inclined to
redness. 1 wn freckled. Many years
after my gallantry was awakened did I
commune with the mirror in the hope
of finding Rome facial improvement.
Sometimes I thought 1 had, and would
for a little time be thereby elevntod to
happiness on this delusion, lhit nut
long. Home ruthless comment from
friend or relative always knocked it,
from under me. This lack of facial at
tractiveness was tho groat gulf between
roe and femininity. Vet though wo be
ugly as Caliban, wo must .oliey destiny.
My worship of tho pair was silent ami
intense, at school, at church, In the
Mreet, everywhere. I worshipped their
cloaks and Unmet as they bung in tho
academy hall entrance. Willi their
presence the school was full of interest;
without it, it was baro and barren.
The eruption must como to the vol
cano at last. My admiration finally
impelled we to action. Timidity merged
into desperation. One Sunday even
ing, Us the two emerged from the church
door, I stepped before all other com
petitors and asked to see the fair couple
home. I expected nothing but refusal.
To m v surprise, they accepted my oiler.
The distance to their homes was short.
I wish it had been miles.
1 went to my own home permeated
with bliss. It lasted several days. 1
never accompanied theni from church
again. There were other more fortu
nate and better looking boys than I. I
used U look 011 with a resigned sort of
jealousy. 1 do not think the girls ever
suspected tho depth of my admiration
I lowered my aspirations. There was
auot her girl; she was not a belle; she
was not, ius to beauty, specially favored;
she was clay; the two first were china.
Hut she Wits accessible, and I became
her regular attendant homo from
I was a false lover. In truth I pre
ferred several to poor Jenny. Still, 1
tried to be content with what was allot
In time, nil my admiration concen
trated itself on one of the golden pair
first referred to. A few years went by.
A certain fortunate and handsome hoy
(alwajs hated and envied by nic) was
her attendant, (luce again I met her
alone. She was almost a young lady.
She hnd been reading "David Copper
field. So had 1. She was fasciuated
with this creation of Pickens. I was
fascinated with her. We talked litera
ture together. In that respect we were
swnpathctie. Her no-e WM rctroti.tse.
We should have been in olfactory con
tour sympathetic also, but while her
slight nasal elevation added piquancy
to her expression, mine was a genuine
snub! and is, even unto this day!
The handsome youth came along as
we communed together. Ho was a
stupid little wretch. Ho had no appre
ciation for l)ickens. He knew not that
such a man existed. He cared only for
logs and horses. What could she seo
in him? Hut there was his handsome
face beauty only skin deep, to be sure,
but deep enough to drown all my hopes.
When he came in siirht her eye bright
ened. I could feel l'n keiis going by
the board and my-elf also. Their haj
piness in each other's company- such
senseless, such unreasonable happiness
on her part fur a stupid Adonis galled
me. They were Adam and Eve in Par
adise. I.Satan looking enviously on.
At last I was revenged. A year or
two parsed. She bloomed into the
young lady. he traveled. She at
tracted attention abroad. Strange and
styiMi city gallants followed her home.
The village hoys could see them through
the open windows on Sunday evenings
silting in her parlor. The handsome
boy wos rendered mad and miserable.
He stood no more at the head of that
class. In his father's simp were kept
spirits at retail. He -tole a quart of
sweet Muscat wine from the cellar nnd
drank to drown his sorrow. Hul this
would not win her back. She cared no
more for bo s. She bad grown out of
More often than the rest came a for
eign music professor to her house. The
two sympathized on a musical plane,
and day and night they played, sang
and duetted, worrying the ni-ighbor-
h I wi h diflicult and scientific music.
More desperate than ever, the hand
some boy stole two quarts of wine from
his father's cellar, lie put the bottle to
the lips of his youthful companions.
We became inspired, and sang and
Inyed mockingly by night in front of
'icehouse, iter lather came out ana
chased us oil'. In secret. I rejoiced
over the misery of my rival. Hut I dis
sembled, and did not refuse his wine.
They were married. The handsome
boy not long after was caught by his
father coming out of the wine cellar
with three full bottles. The thrashing
he experienced was thorough and com
plete. I felt avenged. Sat an looked on
triumphantly. Adam had been ex
pelled from Eden. Paradise was lost.
An English Tale of American Life.
Brsilfonl (Eiifr.) Observer.
Jack Finehart had one love affair,
and only one. It was his sole romance
in life, and he was very chary of talk
ing about it. Hut I learned the facts,
and they form a startling commentary
on border life and the character of the
He and his brother both fell in love
with the same girl, the niece of an olli
cer in the regular army, then stationed
at Camp Douglas, Utah. Jack could
hate as well as love, and he could make
and keep a promise. lie and his brother
came to an agreement by which both
men pledged themselves never again to
see or speak to the young lady, the pen
alty for a violation of the contract hein"
that the offender should die at the hand's
of the other. The brothers shook hands
over the bargain, and each went his
Six years after, Jack sought out his
brother, traveling over 2,000 miles to do
so. He told him quietly that he had
broken his oath, and wanted the com
pact kept. The brother remonstrated,
hut Jack wits firm as adamant. He had
forfeited a pledge, and he was ready to
die. The end of il all was that the two
brothers met on thu bank of the Platte
river one lovely Summer evening. Jack
drew a heavy derringer, cocked it, and
handed it to his brother. The hitter
drew off. a few paces, levelled tho weap
on, and looked once more at Jack "I
can't do it," he said.
Finehart stood there, solitary, tall,
his arms folded, and an expression of
quiet melancholy on his face. "I am
ready," w as his solo reply. Tho broth
er leveled the pistol, took deliberate aim
and pulled the trigger, rhe cartridge
did not explode. Jack took one long
quiet look at it and seeing his brother
alstit to lire again, once more gazed at
tho river. Suddenly the brother raised
his arm, and the deadly weapon whizzed
through tho air and found a last resting
place beneath the turbulent waters of
llie rushing stream.
Jock advanced in anger. "You are a
perjurer," he said; "I would havo killed
' , ami ilisiininmg the proffered hand
J'j his brother ho strode rapidly away.
Ihelwo never met again.
Dr. yilni, tii JVJj. piivHicinn who
married a prinuess of Wurtcmberg hwt
jear mnch to the disgust of her noble
relatives U said to have niado her very
happy. He bus a K,eat practice at
Jres au, and his accomplished wifo uids
bim in the care of those of his patients
who are too poor to procure tho neces
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takilvBiiliurn of the (towi
chanrea fur itinViup money that am otTnri'd, 8"n"l' '
ly beconitweiiiihy,whllti tho who do uol im
provu anch chamu rt malu In poverty.
many num. nmnn, boy and lrla to lo worK lor ii
rlirht Inthrlr own Imalltlea. Thu hiilui
........ .... ........ ..nllnarv wL't
hirnlahan exp..nonlve ontnl nd all tint J
mierl fria. Noon who vnitagna flla to mo
nmnny rapidly.. Von ran dovoto yoiirwholo tlm
iii..'J.i, t .mi. anarn moment. r I
Inrormatlon'anrt allthat l ncmlnil
(Ireti UTINNON CO., Portland. Malno,
NEW A D VK HTIS E Jl K NTS .
WANTED. Manufacturlnit concern want a
btiine man In Cairo, anl lnevery city 1 not al
radrtaken. A lew hundred dollar 'nucotaary to
pay for good on dullvery af er order hava been
cured for tho amu. fl.' per month profit
guaranteed. Thu ii'l earrhii,) InvvMliration
aolicltcd A. S ARNOLD CO , Vomer Mrat
btreet and Ilroadway, llrooklyn, N, V.
THE MILD POWEB
numpbreva' Hoiiioopathio Spt:citios
I'rived frnni ami'le cx'rlenee an entire
uee.'. hiniil, I'romiit. Kllli'lenl, and
llellolilf, lliey me I lie only iiicOiciuei
mliiii. iu nj'iihil (i.e.
i.ikt i-Hiaeii'AL Mm. ei-i:K. rate
I. fi'irra, Coinieitloii, Inlliinimalloiia, :
iiriiin, W orui l ever Uorm Colli. -Ti
XI rvina Collp.i.r lenluii..( Inli.nn, '.''.
f IMarrhea ol 1 lilhiren or Adult.
n. Ilv.eim-rv. (Inplnif. HIIIouk Colli;, .
a. i hi.lera Mi.rliu.. VoiiiIiIiik, - .&
7 I'm t hi, Cold, lironehlo.
a. eiirHllu, 'loothaeh, lucenche. . .IB
0. Iln,l. l.... Ml,. I, II....1' .1. ... , k
111. iiL..7.....i. , r ". "' ' " ' rj
I II. nl.ire...-i or I'aliilul I'rriitda.
Wi. lull.. Ion lipofiiM. I'.ri.uu u.
I a. Croon, CoiikIi. lunieiili Urnai'lilriK ?i
II. Sail lllienio. Kri-iR., Krupiloiia,
.'1 Itt1et111111tl.nl, Klieuiiiaile 1 uin .
16. Keieraml iur, chill, 1 tvci ,.Jit
Ii. I'llea. Illlllil or IlI.eillliK, ....
I'J. Cnlarrh. neute or ehronie: Iiiltuenuc'rui
Jl. lieoillia oiiuh. vliilint Count,, a,
il. Oeoi rnl llebilllv. I'hjs'l Weukoew, .tti
.'i hii nev II aeime. .Hi
.N Neriou. Iielii.ll .Qiiertiuii,,rrli..a, l.iif
1. I no a r rnU ne.a.U cmim On l"'il.:i
0. lll.i H.e 11I the llenrl. l'nl.llnl.,o, ( it.
For .!.' 0.1 ilrtiKKil.oriieni by llm ( ae
or miiiil.' i.il. fr.'eiif rharye. on r..f..i,t ,J
iirlee. .. n l f.ir llr. Iliniiibre .' 1 1. Vt on
lll.ea.e. Ac. OH roar.., uImi lllii.irnu j
t utaloatie. l it KK.
Att'lr. ... lliiiiiulireT..' Il..fiii.f.i..tkln
Mt 4. In., lOU Fulluu tit., rvt lurk Jul
It. S. Silsb:o's Entcmal Hlo Sonedy
Cive. Intantn-llcf and II an Inf alp.M
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
P-'H bTPniirsf.Ucv.Tywhrre. J'rtce, 1 nnnrboX
KZVi bi"-"U .hl,.n,ll" aent J, ,, I nincia-.a
L-l'l' I'f'.V?-!!',' S-'""'"'T4 ".ifoxH
" "itii. ri 1 , ,t,, h,wh.
je....i 19 . km ...1
ovia by in uu. w a caiii rtDH to 1
la rm. rft-t I a.... f , . .
!firi KtnM mi,m A
l'--uU BiT.. Asia I o ,i !,,;., .I
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lff.tiir.taf tiaeti u aovr.,i. X, F,Uuf:r
-llt.ai,.-nu,l-v u.iii't.ii ..
- " '''""' a.l-:.. to La. Kl,ISK,v I
r "tfi? Kfffi AU.A-,7jBo,.rm.K Mr.
OnVb: i. 1 1 L"
Vo i Z !l IT, .,nr ,n T. or 1....
f " nuVJo,,"'-1 otal""" r" - "--r
i'",t h'?. I"!"""'" Ctrrtltif.
tial" t .tift od tare cor.
1 Or Udy that nJ u. tieir
a-Mrr. will r.-rfivrouiM.
tlnnv V fiv Hmf. ih.l
may prove ttieiirppinr-.tina to a life of inrer.
It I. ..(Willy a l ipl.yl to lll.j.e U hvr reche4
tt.e f..l al tne lull At1rea M. VOI.M., C.S
brevtiwicb Street, .vrw Votk.
t.mUMty. Imr.lri'f. atl
t 1 tl iT ... rr. atd 1 i.tt'..TjeTTr, fir. m!tjc
f y - I n 1...', m'fint'. I .1 A ' l-e.. Om
VI wr 1 ..,!, ami Mi.Ptt.'I.l.SaIlILrX,il'vuu
W'U- ut ky l JU ft.
medical era mum hi mim
mm ...nlnU r. - ....
1 . 4 W..rh., .r .;Ukl..O
1. Ifc. .;r.l.l If. Atl-m ,..
J W M M r .t C. - 1S
Vnd t.mii for CaUloaiuk
IlitlShrH Oura. lUrulr.rfcimit t.t.4. fat uaaiaauo
Hreech leading Fhotfluna.lt to xt. poohlefhot
OuiiAtHloll'io. SinileOuna,Uojn. ltltle. $1-1 to
f.V Itevolrer. fl t'ir.v Sen I for f re lllu'irati'4
l.t.loirii'-. i.l.KAi' VSF.bl'i.1. bCN V.uHKiJ,
1 ir'iiiw I'" nv,ip TOt
. fc- Pi
1 1 W 'M-r wmtt fall tM H 1 1 IB I ,k h
JfWTt I. lau. Ilk (Ma m i m
M KIMA I,.
To Nervoti Sullerern -The l, rent Kliropiuiit Rei'.
tnlv-lT. .1. It. MllioirSpceir eillc(ie.
Or. J. H. Sitnp.ou Kiieclrli .Medicine l a poe
live cure for Sn TniRliirrhca, Impotenrv, Weakne
and all di ai ii n-.tiltlng trom Self A littoe. a Ner
vou llebllitv. Irritability. .Mental Anxiety, I nliguor,
l.aeai'i ili . n iri.inn ol Splril mill Itiiirf.oiial da
rautieiiieut ol the Nitmhic Syatrni ceiierallv J'aln
In Itark or Si!e, I.n.a nf Mi nion. I'remattire OM
Au'e nnd eirc;ic
that lead to ( on
ty anil an early
grave, "r both.
No ninller how
fhiitlercd 1 h e
ytem may be
from cnce.ee nf
nn v kind, h ahoit
n,m.. il.U noiili, nil' will reeli're tliU lnl Inn.
Hull and procure health anil happlno. wheni hie
fore wa ((eepoMilenry and gloom Tliv Speclitc
Meillclini I '"'"'K ""'d Vl111' wimdurlul ue-
"pamphlet ent free lo all. Write for Itiem and
net lull panlc'tliir.
I'rlr. Hpeclllc. ft. no per pirkagi. or fix pack
age lor tl "' Will bu "iil by mall on receipt of
money. Addre all order,
7 J I). SIMPSON'S MKDU'INK CO.,
No, im and H Main St.. Ilnllalo, N. Y,
UAY'S SPKC1KH) MKIUCINK,
TRAOC M aRK.Th Ortiat Kngllfll'l HADE MARK
ncineiiv. an un
failing cant for
Impotenrv, and all
tlleaea that fol
low a a rimaii
tiuenco of aell
Ta1rltiir L. 1.. ." . T-f
"-&lie'ilHM Y, unveiHl - -vs.
i....iiioi. liain -n ina h.rir him.
...... rvlMlon. nrcniiioirn t,M .....
dim iP Tv;
anil many ol her it nn-ai.e that lead to Inratiltyor
conaiunptlon and a tirematuro gravt.
Full particular Iu our inniihlit. which we do
Ira to amid free by mall to every onp. The apo
elite mo'llrlni! I .old by all lritgglt at fl per
package, alx for f fl, or will ho i,imt. tree by nmll on
rucelil of Ilia monry by adilrelng1 IIK (iUAV
MKDICINK CO., No. Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by Barclay Urn,, Paul O
Hchiih and Ono. K. O'llara.
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