Ia th '.lent hoar of the mldoiffbt
Wnen the drowj world was till ;
While the golden beams o! the atailight
Heated upon the hill;
I stood where the moonbeams quiver,
As themulcl waters flow,
Oa th banks f that sleeulo ilver
Where w parted years ago.
I remember the till tree's shadows
Made datkr the river's eldt
la it wouud through the haul meadows
Like a silverv rlhb tn wid;
And I thought of thos day of ifladness
When we waonerel looir ago.
With never a Ibnuaht f sadnesa.
Wbere the musical waters How.
Days that were free from trouble
And clear as a bright June sky,
Yet traunlQt as any bubble
That kkuies tne shore tn die.
Thus love with tbe jwus forever
Far out of our lives will fl
WhilH the waves of this same old river,
Drift oa and out to the ta.
A solitary.flgure, with few lines of
comeliness or grace, John Hollo way
sat upon the meadow gate, looking off
into the distance. He was whistling
softly, and yet he seemed to be in a
deep reverie, for his great tender eyes
had a far-away expression in their
brown depths as he gtzed out over the
sunlit meadows where the blood red
clover and the gokLn buttercups sway
ed under the soft, caressing breeze.
Suddenly an imperious voice broke the
silence. - .
kMr. Holloway, please let me take
down the bars. I'm in a hurry and
came the shortest way.'
The young man started; he had not
heard her approach, and there beside
him Btoodthe very object of his
Ah, clover blooms and buttercups,
paled were your charms now! A lithe,
graceful figure in the daintiest of cam
brie dresses, and underneath the wide
hat a sw3eU girlish face, with velvety,
peach tinted cheeks and eyes as blue as
freshly gathered violets". Such, was
Lily Lawrence, the prettiest girl -so
the popular verdict ran in all the
country round. A (lush rose to John's
sun-browned face as he quickly rose
and began to take down the bars.
Out for a walk. Miss Lily?'
Yes,' very briefly.
'So you are fond of quiet strolls? I
Lily drew herself up and looked at
the presumptuous speaker.
Really, Mr. Holloway, I don't see
what it is to you
Then she stopped. She did not mean
. to be rude, but truly " she thought to
herself, it was high time she should
show this young man that his openly
expressed admiration was exceedingly
distasteful to her. It had been going
on for some time, and everyone, even
Lily herself, had come to see that the
sun rose and set for John Holloway
where she was.
'He must be intensely stupid not to
know how utterly indifferent I am to
him,' she thought.
But Jobn was not stupid. He under
stood the unfinished sentence, and as he
drew Jback without another word, to let
her pass Lily saw that he did and a
shame faced, compunctious look stole
into her eyes. For from the richest to
the poorest, everyone acknowledged
John Holloway's noble sterling charac
ter. Lily walked slowly along the road,
half determined to turn back and apolo
gise for her rudeness, until a turn
brought her face to face with some one
whose handsome eyes met her own with
such a glad welcome that all other
thoughts were for the time driven com
It was Richard Blake, the most ad
mired and courted young man in the vil
lage. 'Ah, good afternoon, Miss Lawrence!
I was hoping I would meet you.'
And the wavy black locks were
bared to the breeze as Richard courteou s
ly lifted his hat and walked on beside
her. ' '
What a contrast to John Holloway.
And the contrast was great in many
other ways than Lily thought. But the
girl was -but yoirnft to read character
and that Richard Blake was very hand
some and elegant none could deny a
lover ot whom anyone might be justly
When Lily's home was reached, and
with another graceful bow Richard had
left her, she did not go directly into the
house, but lingered awhile among the
flowers that tilled heir little garden.
Her thoughts were very busy. She
knew that ske had behaved very un
kindly to her old friend, and her
memory went back to the first time she
had met him. It was at a picnic, and
she had fallen and sprained her ankle.
She remembered how the great fellow,
so much stronger than his mates, had
persisted in carrying her all the long
distance back to her home. Since that
he had shown in more thau a hundred
ways what she was to hi in, and know
ing his noble nature perhaps her heart
would have gone out to him before this
if Richard Blake had not come back
But he had, and Lily fancied his gay,
debonair manners, and his entertaining
t conversation, ana lite many anoiner
L young girl had begun to take for true,
L heart-deep love that liking which we
v all have for things pleasant, to the
And so she shook off her reproachful
xeeiings ana went; into me nouse.
Why, mother dear, 'what Is the mat
ter? Crying, and lout enjoying my
self! Tell me what it is, dear. Let me
share your trouble.'
Mrs. Lawrence lifted a face smiling
through her tears.
Yes, crying, Lily darling, but not
from grief. Sit down here beside me,
and let me show you what a load has
been lifted from my mind this morning.
Lily, I did not tell you, but some time
ago Mr. Burton, the lawyer, came to
me and informed me that the holder of
the mortgage was in need of money,
and intended to foreclose, unless the
mortgage was paid in full when he
should demand it. Now, child, you
know the trouble that has been weigh
ing upon me, for I knew that it would
be almost impossible for me to raise the
sum necessary, and that we must leave
the dear old home that we had loved so
well. And now this very morning,
Mr. Burton came and told me that a
kind friend hearing of the intended
foreclosure, has paid the amount in
Who is it that holped you mother?'
That is the strangest part of it, Lily.
Mr. Burton said he bad strictly prom
ised not to tell the name of my bene
factor. As to who it can be, I have no
But thouyh she did not say so, Lily
had; and when later, in her usual im
pulsive way she told John Holloway
now sorry she was that she had been so
rude to him, and then asked him frank
ly whether he was not the kind friend
who had come so opportunely to her
mother's relief, his manner confirmed
It is said that 'gratitude is neighbor
to love,' and whether that be true or
not, it is certain that from that time
the manly young farmer was often in
Lily's thoughts, while Richard Blake
was just as steadily losing ground. But
John of course did not know it. He
was not one to wear his heart upon his
sleeve, and at length, after a hard strug
gle, had decided to abandon his hope
less suit and leave the field to that rival,
who evidently was the favored one.
Lily noticed the difference, but woman
like she eid not appear to care, and so
the months went by much the same,
until at length the crisis came.
The village iu which our heroine liv
ed was just on the shores of a little bay,
and many were the pleasure parties
that enjoyed a trip over its limpid wa
ters. One afternoon Richard Blake obtain
ing Mrs. Lawrence's consent, Invited
Lily to take a aail.
When they reached the beach who
should be waiting in readiness to man
age the sail boat but John Holloway.
Hollo, Holloway, are you turning in
to boatman?' exclaimed Blake in aston
ishment. Lifting his cap to Lily, John answer
ed: 'Not exactly; but Joe came to me in
great distress; he did not feel well
enough to go out, but had promised not
to disappoint you, and knowing I could
manage a boat he asked me to take his
place. Joe has done me many a good
turn and so I could not refuse him,' he
added, wrongfully interpreting the lit
tle flush that had risen in Lily's face as
she listened; 'and he said, too, that it
was your sister who was to be your
companion. Else I should not have
come; I would not for the world be a
The bitterness in his tone touched a
like chord in Lily's heart. For some
little time back she had been slowly
but surely learning a lesson the differ
ence between real worth and mere glit
ter; and now Iter heart sank, as she
saw, or thought she saw, how com
pletely her conduct had driven almost
all affection towards her. from John's
mind, and that she had thrown away
her own happiness,
We 1, Holloway, I'm sure I'm much
obliged. It's very kind of you,' was
Blake s reply.
And the two young men soon had the
little craft in readiness for its fair
Blake had seen John's liking for Lily,
but his vanity had not been alarmed ;
he knew by experience the power of
his dark eyes, and Lily Lawrence was
like any other young lady, if she were
ten times prettier. So he reasoned.
They floated lightly over the bluo
Ijater, anchoring after awhile under a
bluff, and dropping their lines to fish.
Lily chatted gaily in her own fascinat
ing away, and never bad she seemed
more lovely in Richard Blake's eyes,
while poor John who had thought of
late that he had driven her image from
his mind, felt the olh charm creeping
over him again stronger than ever be
fore ; but he hid his pain manfully, and
kept his part in the lively conversa
tion. Time crept on, and just as they de
cided on returning, to their dismay the
heavens suddenly clouded over, and a
peal of thutidar brought them to their
feet in alarm. Squalls were not com
mon upon the bay, but one was evident
ly upon them, and John saw the great
danger. A moment and they were dash
ing at a mad rate over the waves, while
overhead the awful darkness gathered
more ominously all the while, and
every now and theu vivid flashes of
flame seemed to envelop them on all
Suddenly there was a blinding glare,
then a terrific flash, and half the mast
dropped into the seething water. For
an instant John was almost stunned ;
theli his first thought was Lily. Where
was she?- A second more and he
caught the gleam of yellow curls in the
cruel waves among the tittered sails;
the ropes had twisted about her light
figure and dragged her over the bow.
He sprang to Blake's side.
'If she is to be jours, it is you who
ought to save her! Quick, or it will be
too late! Your chance will be gone!'
But Blake still cowered tremblirgly
where he was, unheeding the peril of
the one he professed to love.
Another instant John was struggling
among the sails; a few seconds of aw
ful suspense while the waves were tug
ging savagely at him; then, weak, al
most fainting, he crept back into the
boat with Lily's insensible form clasp
ed cbse to his brave heart. He had
Then, still In imminent danger, tbey
remained clinging to the dismantled
boat, until, as suddenly as it had fallen,
the squall lifted, and a welcome hail
from the shore proclaimed that help
was near at hand.
Lily came to herself at last, to find
that John was holding her fast, with
her face close to his own.
In an Instant the memory of what
had passed came back to her. She did
not draw away, but raised her lustrous
eyes to his as if to . read Ms inmost
thoughts; then the cold cheek pressed
itself closer against his own, while her
arms wound themselves softly around
John dear John!' was all she said.
And John knew that with the great-
eat peril the great blessing of his life
had come to him; while Rickard Blake,
looking on with pale, scowling face
comprehended clearly that John's words
bad been prophetic when he had said,
'Your chance will be gone.'
. "Count cr-Irritaiits.M
Not a little pain, disease, and sleepless
ness also, may bo saved by the proper un
derstanding und uso of countcr-irritanti. A
pain in the head, and often in other parts
of the body, can bo removed or modified
by putting the feet in hot water. How ?
why ? When the feet are irritated it causes
a rush of blood to them, their veins become
full and distended. This draws off the
blood that was before crowding into the
head or other affected part and producing
pain there. Even rubbing the scalp brisk
ly may attract outwardly tho blood prev
iously pressing the internal organs.
A rubber bag of hot water at the feet, or
other warm or gently irritating application,
will often bo draw down the blood lrom
the excited brain that one will noon fall
into a ouiet sleep. Ten to twenty drops of
aromatic spirits of ammonia swallowed
in half n tumbler of water on going to bed,
or when restless and wakeful during the
night, will very often put one into an easy
slumber. It is quickly absorbed into tho
blood, and carried to every part of the
body, producing a gentle stimulus. This
calls the blood to every point, equalizing
the circulation, and thus relieving tho be
fore excited brain.
A "cold" generally means that there is
or has leen unequal heat, disturbing the
blood circulation, and causing congestion,
pain, and disease. A gentle physic of oil
or calcined magncsiu, in passing through
the system, produces a flow lo the intes
tines of fluids drawn from the blood. This
reduces the blood as well as draws it from
parts affected by the cold. Almost any
cold taken before it becomes chronic, or so
"seated'' as to produce disorganization, may
bo relieved aud usually cured by such a
cathartic dose one not severe enough to
disarrange the digestive apparatus. 'Thysic
a cold" is more philosophical than "feeding
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only aggravates the rouble.
X lightly sore or irritated throat is usu
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tant to the outside. "Volatile liniment" is
good for this. It is made by shaking well
together any amount of sweet oil with one
fourth to one-half its bulk of aqua am
monia, or "hartshorn" the amount de
pending upon the strength of the ammonia.
It is a good, cheap counter-irritant to keep
on handwell corked, using a new cork as
the old one shrinks from the action of the
ammonia. It is also useful to rub well on
the chest when there is soreness in the
muscles. Alcohol or Btrong whiskey, rub
bed upon the throat (outside) a a counter
irritaut, often relieves A sore throat, and
the same of a sore chest. When using the
alcohol, cover the part well and quickly, to
prevent a chill from the rapid evaporation.
Liniment, alcohol, hot water, or hot wet
cloths, or mustard, on tho outside of tho
abdomen tends to relieve irritation of the
bowels, on the general principal of counter
irritation above mentioned.
For an Inflamed Sore Throat or tonsils, a
very good general remedy is to garglo the
throat every hour or two with a teaspoon
ful of chlorate of potassa solution. It is
well to keep in every house a good sized
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in it than will dissolve. The clear liquid
is then always of uniform strength, ready
for use a teaspoonful at a time, swallow
ing it after gurgling it against the inflamed
A Ktrango Preacher.
There was once a minister of tho Gospel
Who never built a church.
Who never preached in one.
Who never proposed a church fair to buy
the church a new carpet.
Who never founded a new sect.
Who frequented public houses and drank
wine with sinners.
Who never received a salary.
A'ho never asked for one.
Who never wore a black suit or white
Who never used a prayer book.
Or a hymn book.
Or wrote a sermon.
Who never hired a cornet soloist or viol
mist to draw people to hear the Word.
Who never advertised his aennons.
Who never took a text for his sermons.
Who never went through a course of
Who never was ordained.
Who was never even "converted."
Who never went to a conference.
Who never was surprised by a donation
Who was ho ?
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Anna. M. Kkidkk,
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Whenci comes that smile serene?"
"0, 1 am now thrle happy
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tft's Just what l're been looking for,
SI ace I've been seventeen
And getting balder every day
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sevroM vf em, tnaking
it mpplieahle to Oenerat
liebilitu. IyOK of Anne
tite, Prostration, of Vital
joimrt and lmjHttence,
MANUFACTURED BY THE DX1.1IARTEII
.k'u Is! fci
Thrr " thA nw .r.,4 avnii,. 1-
for tbe toetu anl breath, bat a bouutlfully plated
metal aerew top. It la only S'cenu.
DentllLa who bard tried "Teaborrr nrnnnnnn
It tbt Unett turns on the face ot thii earth for th
TRADti MARK Ttikgrkat KntRADS MARK
All iiiifalllnir cure
f jr Seminal Wean
and All l)Uf HMrt
aru rZJ ouw a a
,TTV"' aiueiice i f 8elf-
JT V'jXw Iiuj ai lorn of
ax.. Me.imi y.rnlvursai
IEF0RE TAKINO. wsti vmiot. i,p ArTER TAtlin.
um ture i ld A, and luany other dnw-so thai ieaU lu
liit a lt y orCuiutuiiiptUm aud a I're-nmture Grave.
ir"'iili partl ulr In our pnui'ti t, which we desire
toitend free by uiail to every one. Ijy-ThBNpeclilc Med-
cine naohi by an uruuKUiH at f er parkane or an
Dackauen for 15. orvIIl bn aent free b mall on ttie re.
celptuf the money, by ailrtwwing
Itl IS UNAI JUCDIUIIMB uu., ouiTaio, w. x . ,
On account of counu-rfrl a. we have aiioutetl the Yl
low Wiapper; the only genuine. Uuaraiiteeaot cure
tied by Farrand Wililum Ai Co. Ixtiroli, Mich
In unfiiillntt and infal
lible In curing Epilep
tic Mta, fcpufiug. Con
vulsion. Kaint Vitiu'
Danc'P.Alrohol Ism , Up
lum hating, Hrmat
orrhcAa,HmimtlVeak. new, liiipotncy,Syih
His, Scrofula und all
NervouHKml Illood dis
eases. To Clergy men,
Merchants, Ua nk ers,
Ijidifjt and all wLntu,
' t eedetitary employment
i ruues jtyuus i rus
trail., n lrnnlarlM.
of the blood, stomach,
j bowels or kidney a, or
tfr who reriuire a nerve
Ulaut, Hctiuaritan Ner
vine is liirulsiilile
Thousands Proclaim It
Hie most wonderful Invljrorant that ever sustuiucd the
suiking avstem. J'or;il by nil Jrui?irlit.
Hole Proprietors, St. Joseph, Mo.
Inclose stamp for Circulars.
alitlVa'ents? theu wi Ito to or call
upon TJhos M. fcs'prtircuo
ioron wisatooDTa. trooa at..
Cwiiron St. Dctroi- illch.. .'J
rcvslu i'atent Ca-js--i. J-'al.;i
lUMOllf is. ct
I lSTcara- Sand for ur ztl :. "
Geo. W. Hill,
Seed and Commission
3X13 It CI I A. INT,
fycorreapondence and conslimmenta
XL Oe ntbuy 8 Lovely Ad. Card and a Son
x'such Cook Book. i0. Hanfohp Syracuse, N. Y
V l ffl n aoim-lancc-M Million P"u'?
ffii1 imported lut yesr.-Ir ces lower
r8 il than cver.-AKents wunteuDonl
s i iv r"u. for m.
iS IbS: Vino liuck or Wiled,' for 92.
10 Ib-tciiolco IIUclA or Mixed, lor 3.
pend for pound . ample 17 eu. it for
Then ajet -ut c I.. ta y.oidet Tea
Sht bnuess.-yaluB for money. -
T.A J.iaMAHE.Solic.iorof TiienU.WaAbjnkVjn. u
tr bmd fo f
rack ers the
rresh oysters. Canned Fruit', and Vegetables. Wuole-aa'ed-aers
In Foreiim and Domestic irulis. 6U,iS.
and 67 Jetleixm Avenue I etrt
T.xln TJlacTr, TJIiw Elru-Tc. and
tlopjinir, all of eujicrinr ;ua
llty. clalmimr Hnrriiil rx.
In id it y. Color rtvl lu
raoiiity. circiuara j roo.
Ivlson, Blakcman, Taylor & Co., N. Y
at. K. P. -
ihe 1'ureKt and lieat Jlediilne ever Made.
Aoombinatlon of Hops, Ducriu, Man
drakleaud Dancielion, itUailtne best ant.
mont c aura Uve properties of ail other Bitters,
makes Vthe i" Blood Purifier, LIV r
Re? U tor, and Life and lllih Kta.urti)
Aent cVafc9aaBWB earth.
'o disease oan possibly ion ir erlrt where now
Bitters, re uscdoTand a4 perfect are tneir
Tit j gitt ht U t ai dzzt to ti iol ;nl laf ra.
To all whose mmployineotaeauie irrcfruiari
tyof tiieboirelsor urinary onrana, or who rw
qiUrera AppeUserVTonlo and mild 8U:nulant,
Mop flitters are lnralV.,,btowihOUt IntOX
Koni titer what your feUnrs or symptoms
are what the distuuieor ailwueut Is use flop Cit
'er Don't wait until you a re sick but If you
only feel bad or miserable , theia at once.
It may save your life.lt hal red hundreds,
$300 will be paid for a ral they will not
cure or he '.p. Do not suffer or 'et rnw 'rlRir
eulTcr.but useendunte them0 Hop D
Imembcr, Hon Bitters Is noV. rUo drufnred
drunken noxtrum, but the Purest Meet
Medicine ever made i thu "UriUDkV IXtll
an- Hone and no person or family
should be without tnetu.
f -.'rl"niMk!Uiics,UHe of opium, tulttovo andBti.V
tor Circular. Ua Bltlrrs Bra. Ca.. A
..nl t.-a AlJmlil hT OruirilHts. M,,n,l M ' w. .
toxiite of Iron, 1 rruvian
iiarkand I'h oupfioru
a palatable wrm. 17ie
only preparation of Iron
that wilt not blacken the
iuuN 'loNi; In my practice, and la an eierleoce of
found anything to irlve the results that Dr. II ahtrr'a
1'nislratloM. Female lllseases. Dyspepsia, and an Im
DK.' KUUtK B A Ml'tl.S,
Sim Wash. Avenue.
Nov. Sfith. Ihhi.
MEDICINE CO., 213 N. MAIN ST, ST. LOUIS
hw NEVER TAILS.
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