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All Ouioiuonlraliona abould h eidrttiied to
K. A. UUKNKTT,
JOY AT LAST.
"My darlinnr-my little I'ntiiy, tli
time hit coino."
"Oil, John, you must not po! I can
not let, you; I cannot bear it," aobbod
Pansy, with beurt-broakiritf violence,
an.J elinjrinj? to him in an ngonv ol
grinf. "Oh, do not (jo-do not jo!v
'Why, runny, my darling, my brave
littlo wifo, what hns count over you?"
be exelaimod, ranch touched ami im
pressed with the vioiunuu of her gritif
"It U so short a time -onk ix months.
And think "
"But I do not euro for tho money,''
she interrupted, lifting ht-r face, that
each moment grow more drawn and pal.
lid in iu misery. "My soul In filled with
some horriblo foreboding. Oh. John, do
not l"avo ruo. We are happy, and have
nioro than enough to live on; Kiavo tlu."
old uncle to dispono of JiIh money els...
whore. Oh, John "
'Tansy," he exclaimed almost hternlv,
"you do wroug to talk m. I go to win
tbo money for you and baby. It is my
lovo for you that takes 'me on thh
dreary voyage, and makes nie willing
to upend kU drearier month with a
irk whiruiical old man. Mv darling, I
will Buffer more than you; but when I
coruo back I pl.vj yoii in the luxury
you loft to beeome my wile. Bo brave
and cheerful, darling; kia me gnod-byo
with your own sweet smile, and d not
let mo toe tam at the last."
She said no more. A dumb dotpaii
i'MMmvi to have liken potation of ber,
and iu their carting carets she onlv
clung to him fur a brief moment as it
soul and Ixxly would !e rent aMimlet
the nest moment. Then someone -she
did not know ho giildod her over the
g:tng-plank and plaeed h.r baby in her
Quickly her eye, dry now. and strain
ed in their mUery, Bought out one dear
face among tbo many thronging the
deck, hho saw bis eyl glistening with
tears and his lip moving; but in the
nhmittt and ringing of Mis, the groans
of the huge ship, splashing great waves
in its effort to start, she inuld hear
Slowly it moved out and away.
wide wething gulf lay betweeu them,
and bo could only we her start to her
feet ami hoM the baby out. Then, as
the distance increased, he saw a man
step to her side, and apparently support
'Lend me your glas just a moment
for God' cake!" hoev.-laimed to some
one near. Then, lifting it and drawing
that beloved fac and form nearer, he
saw that she was leaniug buck against
aome boxt, with her awrmt f.vx' color
less, and with closed eyes, supported In
a grey -haired gentleman of familhr
aspect." Several were around ber, and
ttonio woman held little Lillian; and juti
as ho noticod thi, the gry-haired man
lifted and turned his face toward thu rn
treating steamer. It wss Gordon Leslie,
his millionaire employer.
A few days later the Ikfill contained
thi brief dispatch:
"Ocean steamer Adelaide, bound for
Liverpool, live dais out. wrecked. All
on board supposed lost. Particulars to
morrow." And to-morrow had confirmed the re
port. Pansy was a widow baby Lillian wa
A month before John Kldridge had
roceiod, from a wealthy ocoviitric old
uncle in England, the following letter:
"JOHN, I am lonely I aiu going-to din I
havo no beir. ('onto and amy with tin. ati
month though I think I will din botur thai
tinn'-and I will If are money to rou. Vnu
by r.ghta oujrlit to have It. Tuur father waa
my later te broth'-r, tad was with mi' when 1
irnilo mtteb of It. If vou ar mnrrM, iravr
yutir wlt at home. It would not b pkaaant
lor lior bore; tldoa. J want all your time to
do my reading and wrltini:. Inpayment for
whinh I will (rive you two htndr"l month to
s n't her, or Uikr-cp youraclf If you art. atlll
Ingle. Anawnrai nnoo. Your titir-lo,
And for Pansy's sake John had writ
"I will come."
Ho wa proud, and sensitive, and
poor, aud when Pansy becamo his wife
she renounced a home and life of lux
ury. S'ow he could give it all back to her,
could see her freed from the cares aud
worries of a poor man's wife, could see
her lovely, radiant, and happy, In the
Joys and pleasures that onco bad been
hers. And would ho not do it?
Night was coming slowly on. A bit
terly cold wind swept round every cor
nor and found a thousand ways of
creopiug into a poor rlukety totieiiioiit
room wboro, on tho floor beside a straw
pallot, a frail girlish riguro crouched,
nor arms enrircfiug something, nud on
pitiful moan after another crossing her
"Oil, God, do not take her! Lonveher
to me, or lotvnodio with her. Oh, 1
am too weak to pray, tho words choke
mo. Ob, my babv, my baby; do not
ill" and leave ruo all alone!"
Tho plncbod little face on her arm
lighted with tio response, The dear
baby's eyes did not opeu, aud as her
own had sunk with a despairing cry, n
loud knock almost demolished the slntt
Uiry door, which was speedily pushed
open, admitting n man and a woman,
"This is Mrs. Kldridge, fir," the lat
"Mr. Kldridge good God, you are
mi.stakon!" exclaimed the gcti'tlemnn.
falling back a step and taking in, with
ouu glance, tho Mint 1 1 room, ftrlos,
bare, and windy, tho pallet and tlm
"Yen. it is; Hiid she's fainted or some
thing!" cried tho woman, hurrying by
him," and touching Fati.Vf! shoulder.
She had indeed fainted, and with one
lift of herstroug arms Mra. Koks laid
ber on the pallet, with her pale pinched
faco upturned, ami proceeded to igor
oiislv rub the lifeless bauds.
"You say you Hre a friend of . tho
lady's sir? ' alio said.
turning to tho
bii.io-' i, who Hionu npiitin
ed. "So I'll make hold to
ui. ...i... . ,
lire ii t ly niiipeli-
tell you tho
truth. She's a-dyin out of pure bunirer.
wouKiiess, und a-grievin' for the liulo
sick baby. If you'll g0 for a doctor,
and goUonio wine and things, I'll havo
em carried dowu to my room, third
floor front, where it's warm."
"Yes, 1 will at onco dying of hunger
n.y God!" exclaimed tho stranger,
disappearing as if Uo hasto could bo
Si) it was that when Pansy awakenud,
her first thought was that God had
hoard her prayer and taken both her
self and baby to heaven.
Certain itw;is 1 1 - t she wan warm, oh,
so warm. Kind face bent over her,
her hands were in some one's tender
clasp, y,id ihcru win a little gurgling
sound like I.Mbv's precious laugh.
For on wild, delicious moment she
thought they were in heaven. It was
John who held her hands, it was baby's
'.augh she heard. They wero together,
oover, never to be sgni'n separated.
Then reason slowly oame to banish
tho delirious joy. One faco after an
other became familiar, The room found
it place In her niemorv. Thonsho saw
another face, and with a startled flash
of recognition spoke his name:
"Mrs.Kldridge," ho answered.
"Oh," h exclaimed, seizing the
liHnd he held out. "How good it seems
to see you: how it makes me think "
But th'-re she hroko iuto choking sobs
and buried her f iee in tbo pillow.
"Don't cry, dear; ju.it seo hero'' ex
elaimod Mrs. IJoss, and with the quick
instinct of one who knows molhiir-lore,
she hold to Pansy Huh. Lillivi. who in
truth was laughin warmth and food
had driven death away from his coveted
prey. And as Pansy matched her baby.
itii her grief turned t, joy, Mrs. Ro
hurried into tin next room, so that the
friends might have a c ha nee to talk to
"Why did you run away?" were Gor
don Le-.li.''s Words.
"I did u... run away," answered
Pan.sy iu noun! surprise. "I simply went
becauMj I had to. When when every
thing wa changed so, I could not afford
to live there. I had to work."
"You work!" he exclaimed. ' Aud
your father worth thousand.-!"
"My father c;itnie off." she said
simply. "1 hued and married a poor
man, and I havo never own sorry.
"But your husband earned a good
alary in my bank; ho tr,u-t havo left
you something wlmn he left.
"Kvcise my asking I want to le
your friend m Lai has brought you to
this strait?" exclaimed Mr. Leslie, ris
ing and walking about the room in
"One misfortuuo afw another," she
"A wrck after I first moved tho house
was burned, and Lillian and I lost every
thing, he-ides si uio money I bad just
drawn from the bank.
"It was a sevens l's, and ate deeply
into my .-mall account.
"Then, when I found work. I sup
pose I worked too hard, for I fell very
ill, and for three months had to be
nurs.sl. besides paying the doctor, and
having some one to take care of Lillian.
"After that I was' so long weak I
could not work, nud it takes money to
live, you know,"
There she broko down, sobbing piti
fully, and coming to the lounge he laid
bisliaudon her sunny bead, over which
so many clouds had passed, aud tender
"Poor child! poor child!"
Coming from blm, gray haired and
nearly twice her years.it seemed father
ly loving, and was inexpressibly com
forting to Pansy's aching heart.
She did not 'dream of the lovo and
longing in his heart to tako hor in his
arms, to comfort and protect her. to
tell h r ii"ver to worry or grieve again,
but be Ins wife, give" him the right to
love and shield her, and to learn to love
him if she could.
No, she did not guess, nor did he
speak il then.
Hut two months later, when, through
his inllnence, she secured well-paying
work, and her frail strength ngain re
belied, he went to hor, resolved that ho
wo.tld save ber precious lite and make
ber his o n.
"Be my wife," he said, stretching
out his anus lo her with a prayerful
vehemeuce. "Let me sayo you. Give
me the right to love and' ca'ro for you,
for vou are dearer to tno than mr own
"I I your wife?" she cried, shrink
ing back in her chair nnd putting out
one h.md s if to ward him off". "Oil no,
Mr. Leslie, yu do not mean it you do
not love me --sou do not "
"But 1 do,' ho interrupted rehe
nienih. "When that love was wrong, I
knew . at it
as iu tnv lii;:irt. Nino I
I'd led :
he right to cherish it, it bus
' h 'le life. Listen to me. Ob,
"ti .-, !" -le' cried, Stirling up with
n : j .ii.i. "That ns his name for
mo. No one else ever called mo so.
Oh. Mr. Leslie, say lo more to me. Mj
heart, my life aye, nil but what I live
for, m child is buried in tho ocean
with my husband. Put for my child I
would pray to die; for her I must live."
"Yes, for ber you must livo," hr In
teirupted her. "And for ber sake listen
to mo. I do not expect yon to lovo mo
I know too well now you love, once
given, Is deathless. Hut you do not bate
iiio. Give me liking, respect, and esteem,
and the right to lose you nnd save
your lite for your child's sake and mine,
and 1 will bo content.
"If you refuse, think of the wrong
you do her. Hut a fow weeks more of
this llfn and your frail strength will bo
gone. Your child will bo fatherless,
motherless, homeless, and in her baby
"Can vou view that picture, knowing
its certainty, and cotibeut to It?"
With a 'shuddering moan she sank
back in ber ch:iir.
How w ell Hie know the bitter truth of
what ho said.
A gurgling laugh from Lillian, In the
next room, stnrled her to ber foot again
as if Iu wild desperation.
"But it would not be right," she wall
ed suddenly. T do not love you I can
never lovo you. Oh, Mr. Leslie, in
mercy's namo tako back whnt rou havo
He understood her. Kuew how lovo"
for her child was urging hor to accept
a lovo ahe could never return.
For answer he held out his arms nd
CAIRO RULLKTIN- FftTn A V lUnPNTrwn tAwirAr.v
"Go aw ay," cried Pansy suddenly,
almost fiercely. "Givo mo lime--a
week; and, perhaps, Heaven will tell nie
whst to do. Don't come until 1 send
for vou promise nie."
"1 promise." he said, ami, taking hor
hand., kissed each, nud said onco
"He merciful to us both."
Thou after ho was gone, Patisy sank
down on her knees with hor hamU lifted
and agonisingly prayed:
"Holp me, gun.lt me, oh, lather in
heaven. I um as one blind; lead me,
have mercy on inn!''
Kven as rhe prayed her answer came.
Lillian pushed open the door, nnd, with
her pretty toddling tumbling walk,
reached her kneeling mother, nnd over
her bowed head Hupped a papei
"Mamma, tut; mamma, tut," she
"God help me, this must bo my an
swer." Pansy moaned, ri-ing and taking
the child in her feelilo arms.
"Mamma, Hit: mamma lut," persist
ed Liliiun, Hupping the paper.
"Yes, darling, ves," answered Pansy,
reaching for tint noi.vvjrs. "Mauima
will cut preiiy kitty for Lillian soi-!"
lint what Lillian saw was' soiueihiii''
startling indeed. The scissors pausutt
in the l!m slash, ami in a moment, fell
nervele-s, theu a scream thriliingly
clear echoed through the hnuj?, as
Pansy sturted to her !"et, made one tot-U-ring
step and fell, one n.inie having
echoed acro-s her lips: "John! John!''
l'or in the ii-rv paper Lillian brought
was the following:
TANdV,-n.'l ra;it llmf Oila miy nv-t
ynioiyi'. U jjiTf. nr.; yon? Mv erjm vus
ml. hi ii. mis I i.hvo u retell, "fu einA, nnit
ll'lllT'l I, Hl','1 p:ij nillWrtt Willi Mill) oVfTHir.
I try lh' In h In. i.i , 1 .Hl.nif lioim. 1 i.tvr
tss'ii jo .Now Vi.'iK nv,. I, nioiitiM. Am m
niroi'M.M-.w. JOHN r.l.DltlliOE.'
Heloro life returned to Paiwy, ler
hu-baiid did. Si.e was in bis" arms
when hlie awakt u-d, and, with a fsit.t,
joyous cry, she swoonej again.
But joy seldom kills, nor can Mich
sacieil joy be docribed. So we. will
only listen to hi -if ry, toM noine boni s
after, in tho present of Mr. Ien!ie.
"The storm came iu the night," bo
said. "It whs as brief as rle.siruct.ive. I
saw that everything was piing to be
!o.t, nnd laehdl myseif toa table'. I was
carried of' by the waves and remained
conscious for three days; then hunger
and exhaustion overcome me.
"Au outward bound wcl stw and
hauled me in, as good a.i dead, when 1
next knrw anytliinr I was helple-s in n
seaport town and strangers. They sitid
I had been then; over a week.
"I telegraphed at once to you an-l
Uncle l!andol)h, receiving an 'in, medi
ate reply from him, but nothing from
you. I hied ngain and again, nnd then
alarm throw me into a terrible relapso.
"I was ill throe months; then Undo
Randolph sent on two physicians and
had me removed to his house. Tho
journey gave me another relapse, and
another fever followed. I bung on the
very verge of death for two months,
then began to mend, nnd at tho end of
tw o more started to come home. I faint
ed before reaching the steamer, and
was taken back.
"When at last I was strong enough
to come, 1 could find no trace or clue of
you. I went to Buffalo nnd saw your
parents, and, Pansv darling, they are
wild with grief, anJ havo retracted all
their bitter words. ,
"I spoke of going at once to Mr. Les
lie, but our landlady at once said that
she knew nothing of you, and had call
ed repeatedly to know if she had learn
od anything. I intended to go and seo
him any way on bis own account, but
kept putting it off, as hesrt and brain
wore so full of othor things.
"To-day I put in the personal, aud
this afternoon went round to see him.
You may ini; glue our meeting. Ho has
told me everything, darling, and "
There he paused, choked with emotion,
nnd Mr. Leslie, hurriodly rising, took a
hand of each, and mid agitatedly:
"From tho bottom of my heart I say,
'God bless you both.' Think of nio
sometimes in your joy "
But there lie alsu "broke down, and
with a hurried pressure to each hand,
went away; nnd John Kldridge, gather
ing his child and bis wife, so frail and
feeble, into his arms, kissed them re
peated ly, with the fervent exclamation:
"Please God, you will never know
want again. 1 havo como bnck a rich
man, and all that love and money cau
do to win roses and heatlh back will b
done, my darling."
Palaoe Oar Porters' Earnings.
A Pullman car porter has been tell
ing a St. Louis reporter about tho earn
ings of the employes on those enrs.
Drummers nre liberal, young married
men are good, women" are vory bad,
millionaires worst. "I hail u sad illus
tration of that a couple of weeks ago.
Mr. Gillette, a millionaire miuo owm;r
(traveling with Bonanza Mackey).gave
nie (1. He said, with a terrible- stutter,
'It was all the ch-oh-Hiiga he had.' It was
a terribly blow, but I went in and got
Mr. Mackoy out for his brush. Ho
fumbled around among a lot of keys
nnd finally tUhed out (A cents! Bv
jinks! I was mad, but I couldn't sa'v
anything. It's so with most rich nvcii.
There's Governor Tabor; he's about us
good as most of 'em, but bo never gives
mo more than 1. Thore's Senator
Jonos; ho went to Doming onco with iu
sad gave mo $h. On the other hand.
Senator Fair, who is fifty times richer
thiiu Jones, they any, eanie up once,
and he gave me'f 1. lie was nice about
it, though spokti so kind, aud told mo
not to spend my money foolishly. Poli
ticians, when they get money, an
mighty good. There's Dorsoy, the stnr
route mn.n. When he goes down to his
rnnoh he always gives mo a handful of
silver don't stop to count it." The
worst of all are old ladles who want
bngs and parcels carried, but never give
aught but thanks; in those, however,
they are usually generous.
Hi pen Lnknna is the name of a great
Japuiieso lord who is traveling through
Europe like Gautinr's "Fortunlo."
When he was at Vienna ho chartered a
hotel aud sent invitations to two hun
dred women to attend a ruakod ball,
at which he was tho oulv person of the
masculiue sex present. Ho made theru
danco and eat ami drink; and when
they sat down to sunper, each found a
superb bracelet hidden in- her napkin.
The Parisian expect that he will muuso
them sltb similar f:tntmtlcttlillcs.
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The letters of Mrs. LydiaMarlu Child
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617 SU Charles 8treet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reeolair Oi'iitlunt of two mfUml
cullfiri'-t, h.ia liocn lunircr engaged In th treat
ITirot (if t.'hpotjtn, Tirvou, t-im and
Blood Pla.aca th.m any oilier jilivalrUii In
ftl. I.otiltt. as city i-ira alum ami all ot.l rre.
diMita know, ('oiiulintlot: onjcctr tar mail,
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Plscatos arising from Imfrudnnos, Exoobsos
Indulgeneas or Expoa uros.
It Is wlf.rvHint that a .hvailan r"'lnf
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grat akin, ami plo li In reular pra'll
all oror tba conntrv iiow(ite thin, fraii'ntlT
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dMiiaiittpil by oihrra If vnn iwui the kl'l
ami sot a aiwiy ajid iierl't-. t Hi, rtirr. tlnit 1
the Iniporlant tnatbt'i'. 1'auii hlat, tA ike.-,
lit to any adilreaa tire.
. I PAGES.
Ftecanl rlnth an. I uilt hlndinir.
ritta In txiMiei. nr rurr(.ni . flvr 8tTv won
iSarrtil pin plrliirca. trim to llfo arllrleaon tha
following auhjHPta, W hn may inarrv. who nol i
whyf I'rorar ace toiiiarrv. Who marry Aral.
3aiinool, Wouanb'Ki.1, l'rii.'ltl rlf-uv. M ho
alimild marry. How life a'id napplntwa may It
Hioraawd. I'lirw. niairlitd vr ronifninlatlnij
navTjiiia ahnuhl raa.l It. It oimhl toltf rraq
rvy ull a-lult p.'ron, tlnui kipt nmlnr lot k ami
key. ropularnllllon. em at.atiova.but par
wver and n0 pag, at rtita by mall, Iu OMMii-f
I EjTi re
s 1 I
mi. miirucuoui mr lonning uaui,dl
l"UliMiilon of lntrotnuu -WHAT
and HOW to puritan ; termt lor
gold or ijr piUUK, rnpiiritig, Ao. WilUUo
eud, If tlftlred, our hand and Orthjtru
vuidt. M p. Iatit poiiular mtulc. Aiitra
iKt HOOT 4 S0M3 UUSIu CO..CHiCA(iO.IU
..., i - - -. -"
AHD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our manr othur rioclm.fia nl uml MrjntU.
Appllaocm Hud G-rmcntt r Intnluihl. and tur
ear lor Nrnin li-iilliijr Pnralrtu, hpllPfy, lthum(V
uam, ursrworura Br mo, i.ibmiioo or lqii or vital
Eamjr. Weak HhpIi, Kliln-y Divum, Inntr, Llfur and
8torur!i ComyUiun, aod ara adapted to ElTHia
EX. Tni.it nppllnnc.i ar tlm ?ry Imcit Improrad
aud antiralr dllfan-nt (mm Ixlia and all otliara, aa thf
poalilr-lr ganarat conllnuoita currenta without acid a,
canting no mm n,-r IrrKmlon of tba akin ono b
worn at worn aa wall ret, ar.d are only notlcaabla to
tba wnurer. Ins p iwor la rur-ilHici ao aa to rat tba
dllferant .'ncn of all diftimva whara Elactrls toi
Msatlo tr-it.n&iit I'uf bi ai t Z jmk tor
Cure Imp3Uncy, Seminal Weakness, Lost Wf ooo, ao
Thv Curs when all r! fola. Our I1ltratl
Pampnlet an- I t aaaitl nflnpa oa racalit ol 6caot4
Doataas, oraouralf r.ip;od, tia. 9
Howard Elactro-Mairnetlc Innolo. II nrralrbr maU.
AMERICAN CALVAIC CO.,
312 N. 6th St., St. Louis, Mo.
A Nw and LunipeMu H mil, froiillDi! on I,'
Sorohtl anil Kallrosd blrt ti,
Th Paasenjrr I)
pot ol ihe ( blcugo, St. uiuie
so'' aw Orliiina: I
llhiiiia Central : w nliaih, st
Inula anil I'aiillt:; l.tn Mtiuriitiu and S utiln-ro .
Mol.tle at.fl Oltio; air and St. I.'iihh I'anwun
8-c all Jlinl arrne I In- t re." ; wlillu tin- Mor.nii)
I 1udo ii I t. i f .intra -iian:.:,
Tliin II'jIim I i.i'iio'd by foi , b lfni!i
Lali-id,;.. ll Orui.Ii
A:iti..i.:'.c Flif- l
Vi'rl.'fl t;a;.' .it)
i . .h i !;.?
'il'iflti injiw.j u. it mr C
AritlM, K'mvu 'miJiiHt. nJ tilt Altron
f diCHf. It er U'lv ill tr i.aiK in'l I
I x iHt, no is (eu't"n oy. k
i 'ami tlari. luilni'i. vmiitl... a.,,,. .
Hi 1 1 n.l. h ty and anhllnn.
li'Ava In hind l. conquer 1tm."
f e a witrk Iu ytiiir ottn town
Hva Dollar out Ut I'rri. No
ria't. Kv rvthlti(r bow Capital not minlrvd. M'tt
will fiirulab you ovorytblmt. Many are making
fiirmuva. la liua nmUa a muoh aa mrn ami boya
and glr ni iko rfat i iy llttailitr, If you want
baalm ai. st wli ch yoii can mak" Rn'al i av all tr.a
t nit wrliH fur panlcuUia tit H. IlAUf.Tr CO,
VJKCTIOW, l wj'tt r.ivn Sn-n'l 1MB' Imttfi a.
BtiPir;.:)f, Smtxtlr.r: fl Ituiir.. I Haiiantioua ot tna
U mKi.Ull JI1UU.1UUU
! tr-' 1 (fiiw'tn'ittl. Porfnitt hv all Unir
iti-r.ii ialii nrH.ipr.py I prp on r.
M r.'lpt or i;r '-.), iTulIN Ji. r.viin or rt'mn,
Ja? i', A anil nVWV'iiinnrtM Ui401NNA'rl!
O.'iiO, i'lonuoiuoatlou t)il i'Opr.
r-i pi opi ar al I on tbo look
I I 'tint for' i hti'. r.ca to Incn-aaa
11 liiut for' i tjiii r.e
Ijhro (Uiu woaitli
ami Id time
thv i Ihoatt who
do nut lmir..vu i h-i r opp'tr
tmilttita rninalo In povriT,
Wa offer a grM rhauca to ui ikf money. tl'( want
mum until. nmau, hova and glrla io work lor na
right In holr own loratinna Anvonaran do tbtt
wiirK proporlv from tho llrat a'u'rt 'Iba hue n m a
will )iay wrc tn n ton llinoa onlirary wnra El
panaivanuifl' f lrnhhoi' f-no, N'rt oun who ancautta
lal a to mnait moutr rup tllv. Yuu ran ttftr. la
ynurwhii!i tun 1 1 'bo w i k, or onlv your epa
moiui'Utt. Fu I Inform ition and n I at la nit.trlud
efOtfrtt.t. Aii.lisriNS(N CO. I'lirllanil, Ma.
ky hew bo-ti. ii,sr?D C4TAt.oorjB poj
- JV8Sa 8EMTFKEB w MTuMni. iBOHIu
lS'Ll'?"f kinilof EKA38. GERMAN
UrftlNHJLVEB mid REE!)
- " "
? ill f"""" 32-EjJ
IUllI iini ''ZSg"?!!;
TTT t i I
Mason & hamliJJ
HRf-r A YQ" '"'lB'ytat, having baau
Vll.JAiO'., Aetresd at ary Urrat
f u... v.. " or d ' lnl'rtal Couip' tltloa
ill I I r" Y?r,: n. otbet American orKar.a liar
So. auno?"d"iu .t,n'r' Alaoch-apeat. Htyla
wtk80.Cia,Ve,V U""B conipaa, and powir
i b""' f'trpopiiUr .acred auU a.cular
mnale Id arii0(,ir rami ea, n only!;! r.na
hniidr-rt o her alvlea at. :)o, $37. :.?. mSt
l0s .1114. 1.1 $ 00. and up Th'la'rJ, r'atvlM
wbolhr unrivaled by anv other orian. Al.o for
ba MAHUN 4 HAMLIN Orsan and Piano Co.
1SJ Iremunt atreet. Boatoni-19 Kaat lttb atreat
li'20';,,1'r,,sVorkilw v,';"" A"M.
OVxSG MEN lf70nw,nttolparnTeIegTa
,.r.i , 1. . ',h inafewmi.utha.anJtaj
JeivUl,tt la". ' " VR,,mtine Hrothore,
SawipapaorAdvartlalngBDroau, 10 Spruce at N.Y.
alW St aa.
Those daalrlng to maka mormy
pu email andruadliirainveatnianta
1 f 1 irrMin nvlt'lulnna -. ..
appculrttluin, can do aobyoperat-
liitf on our plan.
r rum aia
Msl tll hAnr..iint.i.. tS .2'
ninta of 10tol.ooo, oaahproflta
hava boen rnullaed and paid to Id
yoatora Binountluu to several tlmea
ta ortirtual lnvcatment. Proflta
taldaratof every montb, a till lea v-
STOflK' IProo'iovor pavablo on demand.
M i VyUlVlJ iMfll innllll-V .lava ar. .....
um um urim at lnvaatmanr. mni.
wunta of fund W aent frea. Wa
- ............ v - . - 01114 iiiil t
wantreaponeible auenta, who will
report on nrope and introdnca tha
tilt, n T IKawaI h. , .
FLEMMWa a HEBFJIM-K:
Major Block, CUlcajfo.XH
DADcnuc DiiDfisTiur diiio V.
1 ainiviiii runuui.it r lla
Blood, and will fyintDlBtalTehanira tha
Ureayatamln t hra mnnt W Anv rut-win hillli.t.
mood in td a an-
I plllaarh nlphtfrom 1 to lltwaekamaybaranrad
to annnd health, If auch a thiua bapowalhU. Sold av
crrwhara, or axBt i by mail for 8 latter atampa I. 8.
JoBvaOK A Co., Beaton, Maaa., formerly Uauor, Mir
v w w aa teuaaliu
I ..avi. a pnaitlvaraniady for thb ahoa Ulaoaia; brlta
uuiamnua o, cwta or ma woric aind and of Ion
aand.na ira buau cured, lndaad. ao atrnnir u ri,E
itaera -ary, tnat I will tin TWO ROTTI.ES FKEB, to
Mthrr with a V ALt.'ABLtt Tilt AT1HK on thla diiwui, to
(afttOerar. Ota Kiprf.a ana J'. O. ad.lr.
DK. X. A. ttLUCUU, HI raailUk.ltawToTk.
ern -ary, ttiat I will aatid TWO HOTTI.li-i FUflB. to
rrw thaTALI'ABI.H TiiRATiHvc nn .hi. h,...T:
Wb'ln -iVr. atlin wth a Fallen Tree a Lumberman
R 'colvea Contt'qnontlal Damigce.
Wh!lona huutin excnrelon In the givat coal
an-l wood rt'titou near Carbondala Pa., the writer
met lillani Colt, a lumberman. Accnainmed to
Ufa and lahor in thtt forreal frtim early manhood, ha
trne a trii" Ivilgtn t.f tbi Axe. Many a tree had
fallen Pff..re hta rim tng atrokea, and ft aia of rP
bad burnt) atvt.y t ) mar; et the anwnd proilut t.
Coll la h chTaft'T. an t If 0rar V l;da la right lu
aay'r.g t'lul all ninvfintinia In nnhludured lahor ara
liracnlu!, our frirind vriiam, atrlppad for hla work,
anil aliarklng a true a-t ltict.ard i, aaaa'ilted tha
heavy dojn of Front '!a Itivnt'e Caat'.o mnt have
p-cnenti d an ud 1 ir .h'o ; Innra
Oued y, howovrr- Mit lit blm t-11 tha etory
hltnKilf. ar ti 1'iltl t 'O me:
' I ia oni iu Mm worn) a you know, trying to
'art a : down a lr 1. Thipkiiig I could get a
bitter piirohtt- 011 tl front ilia low t-r (Ida, I tackled
It tlicra 'ili my l.v r lilna ho ik ami tlimw my
v.pig it ou tin I "nr. iiiH aiarud ebe did," but aa
Inca would lieve .1, uilui I could g t out of tha
way, l,o rolled r glit ur me. II It hadn't been
for a lot of luia'il limla end hrtih lying In tba road
whtt b lifted her up, iliu'd a crucbed ine flat. Aa It
waa I got up without a broken bone, hut with loroa
mighty bud bnilre "
'Then you vrere all rl;h ," aald lili auditor.
"Not bya blaa ed eight, rtraoeer. I took cold
rheumatlani tot In, aud, If I hadu't heard of SEN
BON'S CAPUISB POH -U8 PLASTSHS and
naod 'em, ll'a my opinion I ahontd ovvar haya
made ano'her ch.pfly. Put tho Capclnt took hold
quli k, and I'm ahout aa good aa new. lint tlKra'e
ooathiogyoa kin calkllata on: -I aball never
wraatle wlih another log nnleea I ha?9 the arlvaa
tuga of the ground F ir, aa I told vou before, If it
hadn't been fur tbom brnahci I'd bean imaahed ao
you co.ild a told me for a door mat."
The Oapclne la tho thin for rboumattim. It
doen'tketp yon waiting. The word CAPCINK
iaccT lu the center ef Ihe genuine. Price 28 canla.
rioahtiry Johnaon, Chamlata, Kew V rk.
FARMER'S M)N AVD DAUGHTER
Or any Active Man 01 Woman
lil('ah, woiljingf rth Amtrlrau Fannar.
Aoarora a h. II AC K ' T T, Ft. Wayue, Ind.
ior nu union Hold en
Uiaubled in llne-ol ilutv
noro Lluriil, HllllLnllO Bunty to
nlon soldiers rrp rU'l onrollaa deaertera
at onca Bond two if-
cont ainmpa to b
al3 O htxoet W. V.,
ni)utvr una year mil lino ol btinitanl I'ntau ea,
frtietitnauic.KMwnoti rlrrurlaiut; Miwtli .Fvfttauil
Una Hmtnv.1icat; White IliiakiiuHinla; KtuinifaiCab.
latrakvaul hi Npna wk writer than Karijr Vnrk 1 our
North Mar V allow lut Corn atlll titlm tha lna.1. anil
for ftMlilttr lanitml toauyi of onion mrj, toinatoca,
rarmta, paaa, ko fto.. a full Una and lniya crop, all
ltlflirrowthotionrotvM farnta. Wild III e fur dnk
ronda alwnyaon hand for Bprtug or Full aowltur.
tt.li Aunual riitaifwna. f rts. T. ?t. H IITCA I. Pa
rower, luipoi tiTtV J ubber, ei t. I'unU Jllucu
MQ A lau2tna 1tMlmi Dry
1 I'11" ftatahllnlira na
trw IMiiMln KuvrVnrk
lor Uio Cure ot
laity of .1liwr, haa wlthntu do'tM tin.la-1 ami curi'4
rttnra oawathan anyotharllTltia' ptiTtlrtan. II !ncrea
tiaalnilylina.imililBai wa Itata hntrd nrcaaaa ar
avor an yarat aiamilna atitvawrnnv rarnl by mm. lla
baa Btthll.ltad a i'k on tlila rttwana. wMrli bn waoa
wlihalarrntiniiliitblawotilniilcora fraa It anyattf.
b-rar wboYnay and ih.lr aapma and If. (t. AOdreM Wa
, ir. aa. MtailkvUa, Wa. aa Ma ., MtwTara,
fto lh U.mmiU II.IM Mf Ijmrfniit tl MkM A IM
FdiieaM and rraoUrnl frrowera now aarnmt to mir
morto " That l lie Inrtlirr Nortli r..TiU aro
Arovrn the nrllr t it lr product aalil lie."
aU LJ hJ irw