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Conctued from tait Sunday.
- Chattkr XL1I.) and Last. .
My hutband i my judge. We are alona
together, he and I, hi the library. Thith
er have i followed him, and he bai ilitit
the door;. vet he does not speak he only
walk up and down, and never look to.
ward mo, I whoie eyes gaze with a great
love and longing at liii slum tare.
Ol), thil fearful, appalling lilencel
Minute after minute pauses, and I could
rry aloud from the intensity of my iuffer.
inn, the agony that If pat endurance. Oh,
thil weary pacing up and down, to and
fro, and the rain heating against the win.
down and running down like falling tear.
When he speaks, what will be lay .what
will come from his lips?
I Hand by the table, and rest ray hand
upon it j for I am weak Hnd trembling,
and my knee thake ai 1 stand. A letter
lies by my hand, directed In Humphrey's
handwriting to Felieiu Orant. In his
trouble he bai written to her a long letter,
to judge by iu bulky appearance, and I
bite my lipi an I gu.ti. What ha be nail!
about me in thou page I wonder?
The walking up and down ce aii iml.
dnnly, and with a wildly beating heart I
look up to read a little uf hi thought In
the eye regarding me. The auger ha
died out, and only a deep orrow remain.
Perhaps it it lb tight of my woe. begone,
tear-tined face that move him, for, when
he tpcak, It i In a very low, gentle voice,
and yet ( iart convulsively u lit open
Heaven ha given me patience Dili
day, and it i through that that my tout i
unitained with a fellow-creature' blood."
ho far he (peak unbrokenly, and tben
he (top with a long derp-d' twu breath.
With wild ye and beating heaitl gaze
at him. What doe he mean? Ther 1 a
growing wrath in hi f4e, an awful pa
aion riding and covering the pity and tal
neaa that were there belore.
Madgie," he criei hoarsely and broken
ly, "Heaven alone can give a man (trength
to keep hi ene Iu an hour like thu!
Can you not understand what it is for me
to know that my wife love not me, but
It i false it I false!" I cry out tn
an agony of terror.
lie take one tep forward, and I leo
him shake with a great tremhling from head
It will kill me," be gasps "I cannot
And I I cannot (peak, as the truth
ruslie upon my mind, and I Hand (till
by the talile, with hi gasping ery ringing
in my ears.
Humphrey !" conic from my lips at
last, and my hand are stretched toward
1 see hi whit face for a aecond; and
then he i:i;or) to a chair, fling bi arms
upon the table, and laying his head down,
there breaks upon my ear the tound of a
man weeping th ounil thst of all oth
er troiiide a woman and makes her heart
Asllitten to his passionate (obblng, I
forget all else. I know only that I love
him; and the Instinct to comfort him
brings me to his tide, and words flow now
with passion and vehemence as, on my
knees liesiile him, my linger try to force
themselves into the klrong clenched bands,
and I ery out in my love and terror
Humphrey, Uumplitey, 1 am your true
faithful wife t My husband, hear me 1"
As 1 (peak, the door is opened kiidden
ly, and Chris Delacourt'e voice calls out
"C-'artair, come julckl.r there is a
Sta!1. tbSp aground CP the tCtr:5, aad "
lie Ktops midway, and I (land between
him and Humphrey; but Chris has only to
look into my face to tee a little of what
ha pni d.
l -l ought not to have come in," be
say, with hi fce scarl' t. ! am very
Then Humphrey ttand up and come
I will come with you now, Chris. Are
there any live to be saved?"
Yes; the little ve.scl is going to piec
and there are three or four fellows iti the
i'oor Chrit is terribly confused. I tup
pose he thinks Humphrey and 1 bave been
having a matrimonial quarrel, lor be whis
pers to me a we hurry through the ball
Mr. Carstairs, you may trust me."
1 know it," 1 return, and follow him
and Humphrey out through the door into
the rain outside.
"You are not coming?" ays Humphrey,
"Yes," I answer piteoinly. "Uh, plea,
let uie come '."
He spring hack into the hall, se'ues a
large cloak, wraps It lightly round me,
and then, at I rNe my face, our eye
meet ; and his are full of tears. Then
for there is no time tn be lost, and human
lives are In danger he hurries away after
I make my way in the Minding rain
down to the' beach, where aland a small
crowd, and nutsltle, with the spiny flying
over It every second In blinding sheets,
is a poor llllle broken vessel, with her
side rent by the rocks, and her crew
clinging to the rigging wailing fur help to
come. A boat Is belna pushed into tin
billow amid the blinding spray. Hum.
phrey stands giving orders; his lint is gone
and bit hair i blown bnck from his lace.
So I tee him my king, my husband and
I know that be ii going on that boiling sea
to save and help.
White and terrified, Hee come flying
over the beach, twtylng in the gusts of
wind, and, as she reaches my tide, Chris
Delacourt runs up from tho boat and
catche her hand in his.
"Say Heaven peed me!" he cries he is
very pale and excited, lor rleaili lurks in
lhoe yawning wave, and the life within
him Is young and strong.
May Heaven bring you safely hack!"
Dee answers frankly and fearlessly, and
then cries out for him to be careful not to
throw away hit life.
Chris imilei radiantly, 1 think he
would risk death a thousand times to se
Bee' lips trembling for his safely.
On more figure leave the boat and
walks up to when we (land; and onee
more I listen to my husband's voice. He
lays his hand upon m) shoulder and bends
hi face to mine.
If I never come back, remember I
hav loved you well hnw well you will
Then he kisses my lips and run with
Chris down to the boat. They are shoving
It off Into the yawning gulf of lecthlng
foam when t'live Delacourt appears at my
"Chris Is mad I" he cries. "They will
Above the wind and waves 1 hear Hum
phrey's voice shouting for one other man
to volunteer j but the crowl aland tfdy
men with wive and little ones will not
throw away their lives.
"Cllve," thouti Chris, catching tight of
bit brother, "coins onl"
Krenrted and grler-strlrken, I turn to
tb man at my tide,
"Oo," 1 thi'lek) "cme arm may tavt th
Without a word he dashes forward,
pushes through the crow d, and springs in lo
tlm boat, Like one cry a voice goe up as
those bravi! souls go loithto danger and lu
dt'atb. Lost In tho abyss of mighty waves,
now hidden, now appearing a mere speck,
tho little boat rises and falls, ever mak
ing its way ulowly towards the wreck;
"Aud the women ace weeping ,
Aii'l w unguis; 'heir l.itiiU."
With the touch of his lat sad lingering
kis upon my lips I watch witu strained
aud aching eyes tho angry awful waves,
and the tiny black spot that reveal the
boat, with Humphrey's last words echo
ing In my mind as 1 gaze "If I never
come back." Severe e hack I I there
a mist? Is It tears:' I cannot see tho
She is lost !" "They have gono down I"
voices are shouiin around; and ram and
women are rushing to and fro.
Bee's finger grasp mine tightly.
Heaven bring thdu back '." she cries lo
her clear sweet voice; ami then -"Mad-gie,
1 see the buat they have reached the
1J may never come back never come
back! The weary, weary words; and he
said them a little while ago, and kissed
me oh, o sadly! as ono kisses the dead.
And the sweet sad words, ! have loved
you well!" l.ovc the love my soul was
hungering for is mine, uml perhaps h
will never come hack'.
Ob, tell me where they are Bee for I
cannot see !"
They are taking the men from the
wreck," she replies. "And now 1 cannot
ire thein lor the waves."
Ob, Humphrey, Humphrey!" I cry,
with a great tcuriess sob, 1 cannot e
for the mower of blinding pray. Ob,
Hie, do you sec t!iin now 7 'fell me," I
cry and liidr my face.
Heaven help them they are lost!"
bricks a voice in i he crowd; and a grei
wailing ery l women' voices rise above
the i'Oji hi- I). mihi ol the waves,
Crouched on Hie he,tc, my face hidden,
1 listen, lo the shouts of human voices.
If I look at the ves, T shall go mad; and
every moment seenis like an eternity of
They are coming back," I inr Bee say
ing. h. Hie waves ! Madgie, don't look,
il is too aw lul! They are coming nearer;
lean see their imp ! Now the boat is
hidden by I he ivave.j ami now Ah,
Her wcinU are drowned by tho roar of
".ic( aved !"
I pi in;: ii p. I" seethe leiut and those
brave souN with while c iVcs sweeping
onward towards us, curried on hy a great
w ave w It h inonsl rons curling crest. For
one second with hushed brcaih we see
them; and d'Mth seems ru-hing over the.
howling sea lo seie and grasp that frail
shrinking craft before iiiov reach tlm
A pisyer riies to my lips. I see only
Humphrey; and it seems to me that his
eyes inert mine. And then Ah,
Heaven, have mercy now! Like a child's
toy the im;U with eight living soul on
board comes rushing onward, sways, and,
loe( the mighty waves, sweeps broad
side on m the beach. One wild shriek of
grief und horror gors tip, and, as from one
man, a hoarse cry of agony mines from tho
sea , where human beings tight and trug
gle for life in the boiling, seething surf.
Ah, Heaven, it' 1 live to tie old, I shall
t ill see isud hear it all the great hungry
w aves, tlm crowd rushing wildly to and
fro, the shrieks, the cries, and those strug
gling figures sniilten down as thev rise,
hailing with the. Mrentrii ui the mighty
waves -in"? -jsiung in up to their waists
in tb'' sea of l";in, and women screaming
as, one hy one, human live are saved,
and strong ready arms snatch them from
!-jent and breathless staggering from
the hcch, 1 see Chris Delacourt helped
up by a stalwart fisherman ; and a gas
comes from Kcc's lips as he wrenches him.
sell from the arms holding him and rushes
lorvvard again into the blinding waves.
All saved but our, ami I, his wife,
watching the end! Ui, Heaven help him!
Tho waves are carrying him from my sight 1
for one second 1 see his wild despairing
f.ii-o sweeping towards me; he has reached
the shore 1 Ah, no!
Through the crowd flies one, a woman,
a wile, and with her weak strength face
the yawning waves.
Humphrey, 1 am coining!"
The suit sways and surges to my knees.
With arms outstretched I stand, and be i
battling for his life. Strong arms drag me
back and hold me fat.
Save him!" I gasp, looking up wildly
intoClive Delacourt' face; and even In
the awful agony of the moment I can see
bow strange he looks.
And then I see him, with a rope tied
round hlm, dashing into the waves that
are (weeping something dark along with
them. The great cruel waves bear him
along, and lay my husband's body at my
He is dead!" Chris Delacourt hurst
out, sobbing; and a ery goes up from the
The sea, the laces, and that still silent
figure grow dim and dark, and Heaven
sends death to me ion, ,,r my heart is
A long, long sigh, ami I wake to life
again to liiu and ino ledge, It was not
ileal Ii liiat came to me then, or (bis awak
ening would li'M he so fearful. 1 am in
my own room, in my led, and the sight of
the iHiniliar lniiigs around inu brings il all
back with a nli; and I. remember what
has happened now.
1 lie, calm and iiiio1. I do not weep
nor moan. There s in ui e for me,
and I ee the long, t, lank and dreary years
stretchout bi'l'iii nie. .My eyes are quite
dry, a little wljle au'o I could have wept,
but then my heart w is all unstrung and
quivering with evert breath of emotion.
In titcss moment of dreadliil agony my
pas! lose lip before me, and remembering
the early day s d my marriage, the love
that fvas daily ufl'el'i'd me and so unfeol
ingly rci'vled for long weary months.
Humphrey's patience, gentleness and un
reuniting kindness, even when I could
barely treat Is i is kindly, all them pluu
lotns passed Iu review hefoie me, my ac
tive biain strung toils utmost tension.
Oh, it 1 could but bring hint back to
life again. T'iic agony of having to live
know ing that 1 had never made an effort
to win hack tin1 love 1 thought was lost to
me by my ow n folly. The rush of remeiu
braiicc of his gentleness, und above all hla
worshipping love during our early married
Uie. crowded thick and last upon me, and
my brain throbs until I feir 1 may go mad.
I hear whispering voices and quiet foot
falls psssing to and fro, and soon the cur.
tains are drawn aside.
"I'oor Madgicl Break it to her gently,
Hee" comes Lena's vole, very tremulous
The light of a candle falls upon my quiv
ering lids. 1 turn my facn away, and bid's
It from their sight I fireak it to her gent
lyl All the words the human tongue may
utter can make no difference, This that
ha happened they may say in, three word
"Humphrey Is dead'"
"Msdnle!" says Itee's robe, oft and
At sound nr i, mv ,rrow wkp, n,i
cries -tli" Pmnnui anguish, all the grief
aud longing, nut, If I live tor seventy
years, I shall ever feel a keenly as I do
He is dead; do not speak to met"l
wail. "Humphrey, Humphrey, my love,
There Is a stir, a stifled sob. A baud
draw back the curtain.
"Madgle, be calm I" Kee cries.
She Is smiling, smiling when my heart
is broken I Do I dream? Who Is this
with arms outstretched? Ah, no, it Is no
"Madgle darling my poor little wifel"
With a glad cry I throw my anus about
his neck. My love, my husband, come
back from the gravel Joy does not kill;
and yet I lie very (tilt In the clasp of those
arms that tremble a they hold me tight,
ly. Not a word do I say, but hid my
face on bis breast, with doep thankful,
"Foolish child I" be says at last, with a
tremulous loving voice, "Madgle, It was
worth being nearly drowned, to hear my
wife call me 'darling.' "
1 whisper It now to blin with loving tea.
derness; and, as wo two take a long, long
look into each other's eyes, thert Is no need
of words any more. And out of death has
sprung to life a great joy and confidence,
and nothing on earth can ever coma be.
tween us again.
Kest, rest and quiet. Peacefully I now
He aheltered in the arms of my husband,
my King. Safe la his arms forever, sob
bing out my happiness to the grave, quiet
man, whom a year ago I thought I never
With my hand in his I base whis
pered all the doubt and misery, sod no
words of reproach has he uttered; then,
with the crimson blushes rising to my
cheeks, 1 speak la a low voice, and do not
look at hlm as I breathe Felicia Grant'
name. I tell him of my Jealousy, how I
misjudged his kindness to her, believing
that he loved her, and of the bitterness of
inyown feelings towards her, and la spite
el all, my augmenting lov for bim.
I recall the many instances when my
pride and insane jealousy forbade the ut
terance of my true feelings towards bim,
and when I tell him of my frequent visits
lohis itudio la hi absence, and of my
longing for the painting lis bad sold for
Felicia's benefit, because it was th work
of his hands, a wonderful smile of quiet
happiness lights up his grave features, and
when I ceasa talking he gathers my hand
yet closer In bis
Madgie, you might have trusted your
( understand It all now," b says (low.
ly, "Wife, 1 tue never loved but one
woman, and I am holding her hand now.'
Thcu bending his face a little "Madgie,
look at me, and promise that in all the life
to come, when doubts and troubles arise,
juu will come tir.it to me, your husband."
promise' 1 whisper, raising niyyss
to his. Humphrey, lean besrant!ung
now, for I know you love me."
A great peace and rest has fallen, and
thdavi are filled with i happiness too
deep for words a happiness that seems
sacred alter the pain and sorrow that went
before. We do not speak of the trouble
now, but ot the life belore us, the goodly
life that is to be.
One message do 1 send to my old friend
Colonel '1'revannlon, and Humphrey smiles
as he reads the words
Come toCarslaiis; Humphrey and I
want yuu, that you may hear bow madcap
Madgie has kept hr promise.' '
In a few da) s our old friend make hie
appearance, and, Humphrey not being
present, inquires with a strange expres
aion, the meauiugof my message.
I only laugh and ask him to wait until
Humphrey arrives before 1 tell bim.
The Colonel look dispirited, probably
thinking madcap Madgie intends lo make
bim the wituess of some paiulul scene a
be recalls the misery and cuidncx between
a m short a time since, but scarcely ha
th look upon his face disd away ere Hum
phrey' voice Is heard
"Madgie, darling, where are you?" and
as I answer
"Here, my husband !" the Colonel's fac
becomes lit. up with joy, and seizing both)
my hands in his, he leads mo to Hum
phrey, who laughingly embraces me and
Madgle has told me all. and has at last
kept her promise."
We have no more Sfirets between u
now; and it U H uinphrey who tells me)
that Ciive Delaoourt has sailed for Aus
tralia. "So for 'Itee's salio' you need never nev
er break my heart any more," he whispers
gently. "Madgie what do you say to buy
ing a yacht aod going for a cruis to the
.Mediterranean for part of the win!r?"
"I should like it vrry much," I answer,
and tmilu us 1 ,, ik, for I desire nothing
but to ho with him.
'Well, after Lelicia's wedding we will
go," he says cheerfully. "I met Carring
ton yesterday, and he wants it to takts
pla e immediately."
T!k house is gay once more. I am Mad
esp Madgie again, anil with Bee and I.e
ns, roam around the dear old house ting
ing, frequi'inly invading Humphrey' den,
who always stops work, and bis eye kin.
die in the old way as he notes my gay, ei
Georgia comes frequniitly and one day
sl.j says suddenly:
"Madgle, do you know I once thought
you did not care for Humphrey !"
My cheeks redden as I answer.
"My dear, I do not sco why you should
bave thought so."
For reply, she yi "You seero so dlf.
ferent now I"
In a few weeks Felicia comes, she is to
be married at Carstairs, and we are all bus
tie and preparation.
1 ran now admire, ami fully appreciate
Felicia's gentle, quiet ehanieier. She re
ceives my shy advances with torn em
barrassment, and when Humphrey and I
are together iu her presence, ( often no
tice her looking at us with evideut ur
prise. 1 blush with sham when I reflert that
my ttudied affection for Humphrey, In
public, in the past, was to evidently seen
through, and it Is apparent that Felicia is)
surprised at our ail'cclion now so openly
Can iugtoii soon followed Felicia to Car
stain, and in his presence she brighten
wonderiully, and 1 often ask myself why
1 never noticed how very handsome b
They are married before the New Year;
and Felicia never know why 1 put my
arms around her neck and ask her to for
give me tne, who wronged hor In thought
and she never knows how it all cams
about, the palu aud misery that are eud
Afier their departure for their hoins in
thu South of Knglaud, we settln down for
a few weeks of quiet.
Chris comes often, and in bis shy, quiet
way, hovers aboin, merry, brlglii.eyed
Hee. They have become good friends now
und I notti with joy tintt. lbe always greet
his coining w ith evident pleasure.
Chris is more in lov than ever, 1 can
see plainly, and my only fear Is that Is
may spoil all by Impatience.
Hee U,i not suffered much. Iter young
hcail wai not deeply loucUeU. ner touliV
and brightness haw all returned, und if
she ever thinks of ciivu thu tnouju ha
no power to maUu her sad.
ib and Luna and I m.iko the old house
meif I'apa is Inu for u short v isit, uml
wanders through tne iooiim with a glad
smile on his dear old lace. We aie ail it
ry happy, none more so than II uinphrey,
who seems to nave grown )uuuer, 1 ua
lines of care are fading Irom his brow, und
no frowns nor doubts are evi r secu upou
On the morrow Humphrey ami 1 start;
and I do not think the luuiis now will he
wearisome, the tunc lott, with hlm alone,
lice and Lena are going home to-day; and
at the last Uee w hi-qcr
"Madgle, darling, 1 said Yes' lo Chris
The light In her eyes is enough; I know
that "Yes" came not from her lips alone,
We have seen lice and Lena oil' on their
homeward Journey; and Chris with his
fair face a little clouded, has smiled a fare
well for a short lime only, And now iu
the uatberiug twilight Humphrey and I
stand side ny side in the (Jeep window,
looking at the dying glow In the western
sky, and with a great, great happiness in
our hearts-Ini-band ami wife strangers
"And so Hee is to marry hrii?" Hum
phrey says after a long silence. "Chris is
a good fellow, and she will be happy."
Y'f; and she loves him now," I an
(Wfr. "Darling l(ec....iocv having her
living elosn to us always !"
His arm, pasittg round my shoulders,
draws me to In-, i le.
"Wife, answer me one question."
"Well,"- lift iut:, as ol old, saucy smil
ing eyes to hi- "What 'iiclh,n Hum.
Closer the dear fi'-e bon is to mine, and
his arms hold in" Ii ;!ii!y.
"M idie, d 'i yuu hive me as niu h as
"No" a smile quivering on my Hps as I
look up into th'1 pray c.c le ut so tender,
ly on mine.
"What then, darling?"
My arms creep up ;y ihcniseve
!ut hi itceiv, an whisper "H t
"N ol hs much, 'mi mm !"
A Lawyer's Ruse.
Tliur-dav'. prurei'iliii.-- m i i n j. ,1 i -s-court.
sa s llo' San I'lvim-i-cn ' ..,.' '.
were enlivened bv :ri i 1 1 1 ! I -1 i d ! -test
Let w rill :l willies-, u in ii liiiieil lo
be deaf, ntl'l "lie o! Ihe inn-' i .H'ti-
t'iic I leinl I iiili't iis 'hai ni l tin-Court
in its search fur police.
"You are, itcnf, nre yuit'J " ".bunted
"Yes, sir," .viswirnl -?, witness.
"Can't lieiir til all ? ' miiii: .tp d the
nttorii'-v, i-a-t ing liis wrll-kuuw n '-.-me-cntch-liiiii
look" upon tli" pro-" fill
"I can liH-ir a little," rcplu-d lie wd
"Can vol bear :i watch In k?" a-k'd
the lnwyer, in a lower tone of voice,
"1 can, when I hold it clu-o lo my
eat'," Clllle the MU-wei .
Thereupon the b'lil m'tilletnail toitk
a putiileiuus six-" mi'" silver timc
t'liguie from his fi.h. :iinl, handing it to
the witness, directed I iiu to hull it to
"Do oti hear it tik?" came the
question, iu u tune a liitln louder than
"No, sir, ' jiroinpllv re.-pundod the
"Can't hear it all, eh?-' persisted tho
lawvcr, speaking iih.v almost in an
"I can't, sir," r. mh j 1 an-wered the
Tho lawyer'", fac b-'gnn to shine like,
Solomon's Temple in a Mii-et, us ho
reached for his watch, remiu kin ,' t i tli
witness, "But you an uniicr-taml nie
quite rea bly. can't yuu?''
"What's that, siiv' gasped the wit
ness, sudd'-iily recover, ng lutu-elf.
"Your Honor," .said ihe lawyer, "it is
evident that this man can hear well.
Hn is imposing un the ( 'oiti l.''
'I'bo law ef was aliotit lo ipluni his
watch lo Ills .i' Ket. having previously
opened it to not" llo- l;lti.', when he
suddenly st iitc I. He I , I his w atch
to his ear. looked at ii, and -hook it
"Your Honor," In- t'tiiat k ) . with
All apolooitr olauce at Ihe witness, "I
WUS lllisiiikeii; the in ill is deaf. My
watch has stopped liecau-o it is md
A few moments later t lie cxainiiiai ion
of the witness was taken up by the al
torney, w ho almost hurst his diaphragm
in his efforts to make himself under
stood by the now cun-ii-iciitl v deaf wit
ness. fc. -
A horse at Dunkirk, N. Y., refusnd to
eat. and drink. An examination of the
throat revealed a block of wood two and
a half inches long by two indies wide
fixed in the brick teeth of thy uppei
jaw, reaching across the month close to
the palate. It was removed w ith some
eflbr lifter which the horso took w.-'tor
and food nnd is now all ri'lit.
Is nneniiftled m a positive
Alterative ami Cure I'm
and all their atti'inbuil evl
on no ineir mii'iiinim evi is. n ...........
afford tentimrary relief, but Ih a penu;ii"iit erne.
Un n k of lli.lnmre ).. MIVS of If- ""
I . Arm nnt fmirfttV
lurprlint ill tlx tprnln rff fit nf voiie remntv. it is
- a i. . tt...t ttum 7sisilllSf fill
(lit flmt mwflrlf In nrVoi j ttint hni Umtnirtt my
emion flwl mnnm r,:riirriiintrttm rii..i, i .... ...- -i-
noht wiOmvl fnuahing." If vmir ilriisiilsl does not
keep It.ecUiHoru-eBtNn mel lestlmonlnls to
II. I. H. I'lilH At1-
MS BroiMlwHj, New
-sj s - (Irenl chanre to make nion
till IV ey. Those who alwsyelnko
I -w I II i I I Hilvnntaiinof IIickoiiiIi'Iihii
1 1 1 F J .res to make nio'o y thst are
Vi V A ' divered, iti'iiorally lieromo
weultliy, v, hllo those who do
not linpiovo smh chance rmiisin i" poverty . V "e
want many men, svnnien, liovs and lrl In work Tnr
ns rlKht In their own loralllles. Any one can do
thu work properly from the first elurt. a be l)itl
miss will nV more than len limes ordinary wKee.
Kxpon J v i niilflt furnished fr"'. 1" "mm who nKa
ae falls to tusk, money rapidly- Yon enn devote
5 our vv".. e iln.o lo ihe work, -r on y your spare
moment, Full Information and nil thai I needed
MuUtie. Address SHu-on Co.. J'oitland, Maine.
Is Ell llMlll 01 E 0
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Car and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
, and Aches.
No Preparation on earth cqiiftl K't. Ji,n on a
a i. ur, mpl-and chrup Kitenial Knuvdy.
A trlsf entails Mil the curiipHNitivWy lritiiii(r outlay
of .10 nt. ami every f.tie siiftrrlnr with paiu
csn har rheep and positive pisiof of lt c:auji,
Directions In Eleven l aniruage
SOLD BY ALL DKnOO!8T9 ASD DEALERS IK
A.VOGELER fe CO.,
linltiynnrr Mi V. M. M
,IOII N SOX'S
Indian Wood Syrup.
H Wit IV
j i'v pi psi i. i.iver iu ;
t s. r mi r and A
lieari l'l-eae. hill. .11.
lies". ITS .Oil. 1', luilt.'
TIIK nr.ST BKMF.PV KNOWN TO MAS '.
Tuolvc TliDiisuitl J)(ttl(,
Sold sinfTr i.'
Thif Sirup pO"sefe surli 1 proj.ertu n,n
lllales the pl)ill,. Ill Uie US. Ul' Ii Ulio.rl
the Marrtj ai.'d puunr id tlii-Tenl in'.u ,;,iir-.....
deficlenry lnpthlie taii'e wllid ate! - ' ' n
the food in tt.c etoiiiHi'h . If the no-iln lx teWs
liunuilmti iy afier i-siiiik, Un- I'-rnu-Mi luu ct 100
is pr vi nti-ii.
It hi U ti'on the l iv, r.
It acts upon the hldni vs.
It KeeillHtes til'' l,,wel.
It ruiltl.s the Plood.
It Quiets the Nervon, Msteiu,
It I'romntes Muesli, ,n,
It ViiiirMie. Strengthen and Iiivl'nratis,
It Carries olV the Old Ploodnml makes S', w. j
It Opens the l'nres of Ihe skill and Imtlio j
Healthy l'rrspirntion. '
It nenlriili.i s the hereilitury t.stiit.nr pnlsoti I
Ihe tilood, whiih K-ut rule r-erofuU. Ervs'.pela-.
aud all uisnner of skin l)ieut ami ln'.en.al In .
There are no spiril" .-raployed In It" maeulartni
and It can be taken by the timet dulimte babe, or b
Ihe aed and Jcetiie, rare only bulny rccj n ir.-fl In s'
lanli n to dlreefon.
Iiu'.oi, lli'i.ri i mint, Ills. I
I niflcrli'i! from Sn-k Headache and Dr.
noes so thst I coulil not attend to my hixiM-lmld 'li
lies, and a short irial of Hr. c Krk .Juloisnti's Ind
an Illnixl Suiip iffei Ulallv ni red mc
MI!S IIKI.KN EI.KINS.
Wateruisii Mation. MeKalh t'o , Ms
I his Is to certify tlist I)r Chirk Johiisiiit's Imlls
Blond Svmp lots rtirid me of 1'hiii In tlie Hark I,
Is a valuable nu illi iiie. MK WHUl).
Centre Hill. White Co , Ark. '
This Is toc-rllfy that I was afflicted with Palp',
lallon of thu lloarl for ninny years I tried (title ,
ent doctors, whose prescription tended nmre t
weaken mo tnnn they did to strengthen. I i la
re Ived tn trv l)r. ( lark .lobnson's Indian Him
.Synip. which proved lo be a positive i tire-not o; ,
ly ruriiiK ine lli-ari llis,-re, imm uirw n n ii-i
rh uloi'l, IihiI heen Iron 111 1 1, ir me.
Mltb MAUV A NK.Vl..
I was alllicti il with I, lur (,'oin plaint otul livsici-.
sla and failed lo pel relief, alllioiich iisiiiL' nn 'l l
clues from our best doctors I commenced n-ln
Dr. .lohiison a Itidlnn lllood Svrtip.Hinlahoil Irli
cured me. T. W. ItlSlNCi, Mollue. III.
Thlsierlincsllisl Dr. Clark .I.diiison's India
lllood Hyrup hss enm tually ured me nf Dy eps1
Too much cannot be ssid In praise o' it.
W. K. WIMMKK, lli'dlord, SI"
Aeenls wanted for the sale nf the Indian Woo
Syrup in every town or villatre, In which J have tj
atjiiiit. Pnrllculars Klvcn on application.
IHtL'OOISTS tSBi r, IT.
I.abratory r; West Met .N.V. I'liy.'
(RAY'S sri-xi FIC MKDiriSK.
TRADE Mf"' '' ''' . 'r'"!'. Kl!'i;
IISI, H IM. i." .
a tit rail tn tZ cpro for
sperinat iri'hcii. un
potetiev nnd sll
(llsea , ri Unit lolow
,i . ., sriiiieiirc
ifUV.IM'V ..i- ...ir i.i.im.e mm a
st 1 s. ,,ss of memory. :.;,. yTW
Bofore TakinE" . vei st i "" A ft or Tukirj.
im&n ', r ii " , v
"pllltl III I"" O'on , 1 I
dimness (if vision, premature old hcii, nnd null 1
oilier diseases thai lead lo IiisbiiIIv, rouMitnptl' 1
or n :,re,iiiioii-un-" ,, . ,. ,
Ifrlnill piirticMbirs In our pamphlet, which v
dcslse to-send free hv luall lo evcrvone. tye-TI
Sneelllc Meilielnu Is s.ll bv all driitTE ai Jl in
pncKsire, or six packimc for $5, or will he sent fn
bv man on receipt nf the- moiiev, bv iiiblressInK
l.v minion or iiji(iIt (J((AV MK,)(,,NB t,, ,
llcmi.o, N . Y.i
Mold In Cairo bv Paul . Hchtilt.
HOPE D E A I
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
pKRrr.rTi.T hs-toih1! tiir ira.Mtro
and wrinnu om worn "''''"-.",-"-:;.
Always In position, but InvUlbl-l lhttr
All Oonversatlnn and even whisper UiMirrt dl
itnetly. Ws rsfsr So thoi mini thim. Heml !
.iMerbillvK elreiilar with Mwuiiioiilum. aurs
fl, P. K, FECK k OO.i Brgdwr. New 9ti
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