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Then spell tlils.anil innku out what It menus, if you can't, then pass It on to your next neighbor: tAlM-lK-I-I-if-N-O-0-lt-lt-It-H-S-T-T-TV. M)on't say It out loud, but just whisper In your pretty neighbor's ear, that If she will placo theso letters In proper position she will have theVorhl's great t(5iilc,vlilcli will enrich her' liiipover islteil bldoJjput' roses on her pain chicks atiiKmakc her strong hntl h3ppy.t (So to tho nearest ilrug ssorc wltlt' a dollar In your hand, and ask for llrown's Iron Hitters. . - . i Women aro Just too lovely In ncW ly Iaundiicd lawn dresses. When frcslt from the close communion with toilet soap ami crystal water she has the ripe peach fragrance of paradise. When a fellow passes to the leeward of a loVnly woman, who Is filling tho air with sweet ness and purity as she gracefully trips along, he delicately sniffs the air ns If he had got' a . snatch of heavenly per fume. God bless the women. Tin: Tiiiiki: Outi.uth of disease are the bowels, the skin and the kidneys, llegulatc their action with the best puri fying tonic, Dm dock lllood Hitlers. " Why 1" asked the school master in astonishment, "can't you read?" '"No," replied the farmer landlord, throwing a hammer at the hens to remind them that they must get out of the corn, "no; fact Is 1 did set out to learn to read once, but, when I thought that I should never be able to read a, ten thousandth part of tho .stuff .that's .written I gave it up in despair."' ) Tin: liowvr. Dakuu and 1'ahthy Oook A lioyal addition to the kitchen library. It containsover seven hundred receipts pertaining to every branch of tiie culinary department, lncimun; bakiutr. roastlmr. lirescrvlne. soutis cakes, jellies, pastry, and all kinds of sweetmeats, with receipts for the most delicious candles, cordials, beverages, and other necessary knowledge for tho clirfde ctnViir of the most exacting epicure, as well as for the more modest housewife, who desires to prepare for Her lord and master a repast tlial snail lie both wholesome and economical. With each receipt is given full and ex plicit directions lor pulling together, manipulating, shaping, baking, and kind ot utensil to be UH'il, so that a novice can go through tho oiieratlon with success; while a special Important feature Is made of lite mode of prcpar lug all kinds of food and delicacies for the sick. The book has been prepaied under the direction of l'rof. liudmanl, late ci7 of the rew ork-Cookin School, and is the most valuable of the recent editions upon the subject of rookery that has come to our notice. It Is cotten tin in the highest stvle of the printers art, on Illuminated roveraT'etc. We are assured that every can 'of the "lioyal 'Ilaklng Towiler"' contains a order for one of these valuable books. A young lady tearhcr In a Sunday school on the east side of the village, In the lesson about Kdjah the. Tlshbite a week ago, askerr one ofthe'llltl girls what tho prophet was called who Hew from before Jezebel. With great promptness the little one replied: .PI.I- jan me j iniypei ' !, u Dr. Fraxer's Magic Ointment- A sure, cure for all bolls, burns, sores cuts, flesh wounds, sore nipple, ban! and soft corns, chapped lips and hands, Price !0 cents. Sold by druggists. Wll Hams M'f'g. Co., Prop's., Cleveland O. Sold by Thomas, the druggist. A Nevada hunterspent threcmonth looking for a grizzly bear, and the man's relative have spent tltteo months looking for him. They think ho must have found the bear. Curious to think that desks and chairs kill la'oplr, hut they do. Taken In large iiuantltles olllee furniture is ns fatal as vcllow fever. V sit and writ ourselves away. Sedentary habits pro ilttce constipation :t hat Degels iiyspepsia rheumatism audklilnev trouble follow heir train, and death ends tho chapter. Yon whose lives are, passed over desks :ind in the conllned air of olliees ought to keep Dr. Kennedy'a "Favor to Item edy" always on hand for the stomach ami uraiu. It Is easy enough to tell you wha you know about everybody else, hut hard to tell what ever body else know: about you. Very Bemarkable Becoverv. Mr. (ieo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich., writes: "My wile lias been almost helpless for five years.so helpless that she could not turn ner in nc alone. She used two bottles of Kleetrl Hitters, and Is so much Improved, that she Is aide now to do her own work." Kleetrle Hitters will do all that 1 claimed for them. Hundreds of tcstl inonials attest their treat curatlv powers. Only fifty cents a bottle by T, 1), lliomas. Shantytown boasts a goat ove fifty years age. This old "butter' probably traces his origin to ancient (! recce. A new story is cajled "The Editor': Wallet." "Wo have seen It. I here nothing In It.' Backlen's Arnica Salve. The bcst'salvovin the world forruts. kuTui?cfEor&filccrs",6alt 'r sores, tetter, chapped hands, ehllblands corns, and all akin eruptions, and pos lively euros piles, or no pay required It Is Guaranteed to give perfect satsfac Hon. orinonoyircfundcd. Price &rj cents per Imjx, at T. D. lhomas". "Witness, did you ever 6ee the pris oner at the bar?" "Oh, yes; that where I got acquainted with him." "What is rasc?"asks nphllosophcr. Kaso Is a thousand dollar salary ami a hundred dollar job. Dr. Frazier'i Boot Bitters. Frazlers Hoot Hitters are not a dram shop beverage. Hut aro strictly medi cinal In every sense. They act strongly upon the liver and kidneys, keep the bowels open and regular, cleanse the blood and system of every impurity. Sold by druggists, $1.00. At Thomas' drug store. It la not unusual for a sporting man to talk horse after being out all night. Although the monkey docs not study antiquity, ho Is certainly an antic-qiieer-lan. INDEPENDENT-" LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1885. Red Star 'TRAD EmM ARK. OUGHIURE Kibunlutrlu JYce front Opiates, ICmettcs anil X'oltbn SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. Cts. . , at nui'onms and ntALKnt. rnr. tiUui.ta a. vimKi.Mt co.. mi.TiTinnr. no. Cntss Bhtsmitisa. ltecralzil. Ilanhitrhe, llrKitsrhf, Tvuthiirhe, prNlNS itmi.- r,r., tip. PIIICK, I'lKTY fK-NTS. At Urucrl.li and ncler.. TIIK HUllLtS A. VOOKLl.lt 10., IIALliaOlIK, BD, T0BIAS-S0 TO SPEAK. litd fmnl iniiiti. I Tfilil:i . 1- Atiii he Isti'f'over piiiits, i U i If j'. nd ins eyes are on ine uias, So lo speak. And his only aim and bent Is' , . , ,, Nobby clothing for this gent Is ililifa IlltJiO.V COMfOS .MK.NT1H ,, , !! ui ;u " .. Llklraiid wnil:."'-v And llils'featltcr-welghleil gent he hough not out iiiie-and-lneiily liasuf knonledgeiptlle a plenty, hn In speakj Pur he'd rather be n-nr.inelug,' And klekttig at a daiK-Ing, Thau his stock ot wit enhancing. Leahihig Greek. Tho' he apes Hie drawl and stammer When he dons his sleek claw-hammer, Yet Tobias shoots his grammar. So lo speak; And be epics! lims very rarely, (So his clothes at e hanging fairly), If his brain he fashioned squarely, Or oblique. No, he has no education. And his beauty look aeallnu limit the time of his creation, , So In speak; And upon mature reflection, Taking each dWInet bNevlioti, I'u decided Ills complexion's lMtlierweak.- Tho' his s.hh t has not a riuple, , . . , Nor his beardless chin a dlmde, Yet he boasts a chronic pimple i i. !. I. hi luOn Ids beak: And Ids voice Is nut rcllanl,- Por'attltil'es'U IsMcllallt; And at times it Is'.Ypliitntr " l( , ,I.ltllo,ai)iteak, Now It seems to me so funny' -' Thut'thls half-dcmontciVsniuiy Should buloadcd down Willi nioiieV.; t- 'So lo speak; While the w rller id this dllty, K Who jnii see Is rather willy, lias lo scrub about tho city On hlscheek. TF I WERE YOU. Why did ho look so grave? she asked. .What might the trouble he. .My lillle maid," he sighing said. "Suppose thai urn were inc. And you a weight)' secret owned, Pray tell me what yon d do'.' 1 think I'd tell It In somebody." Said she, "If I weie jiiii!" Put still he sIkIici! and looked askance, Despite her sympathy. , "Oh, tell iles little uirildiChe safd Again, "If )ou weiu me, ; , , , ,i And It )iui loved a piclty lass. Oh then what would do'.".' "I t Link I'd go and 1 ell her so,'' , , i Said she "if 1 wercjoitP' t -t. ui '.My lillle maid, 'tis )ut." he said, Alom' aie dear In me." ' Ah, then, sho turned away her head, ' And ne'er a word snldiihe. Hut what lie whispered In her'ear, And what she answered 100 O no, I caiuioUcUou Hjh;j A I'd guess, It 1 weie joiil A QUAKERESS. nv i:. i.ovdtt fAMiiuox, fn litUjmtUi. Jack Dormer took Mrs. Ifalket in to dinner she was rather pretty, but ex cessively dull; the lady on thoolherslde of him was Miss Ititchle, with thololld voice she on the contrary was lively over lively, indeed, to please him and he was moreover slngulailv plain, .lack, who was a perfect epicure on the subject of women, felt Intensely bored between the two. In the Intervals of catlnir hia dinner and keening .up a dc- sfiltory aq'd forced conversation fjils eyes wandered perpetually iftross the table to wliere, exactly oppositchlm, sat ayoung lady In a grey silk dress. Tho dress was tho first, thing that struck liljn about Jicr. Thero was all around him a great 1. 1 1. H 1 1. - . ....(-,. I V T.l n.-.J TL, ?V "-Jlxr 'r t-ffl J sV tinlovelyllejratli froiniv long-rest' thecliarmIng"lnystervof Yclled.WQrnafl? hood had exercised a strange fascination over.lils,",tfiinew'hat fqver'rcllneil' and sensitive mind, reganled'lhcso 'customs of modern English lifowlth something akin to disgust. He looked up and down the length of Jho table: Lady aaie, anting at sir J attics j.ticrion s right hand, was enormously fat; tho dowager on tho left was lean and bony; other women at the table were blessed with flgtiros which from various causes wore Ill-suited to 'tho, fashion of the day. And yet all wcro unanimously lavish In tho liberal display of their, charms. ' "It Is a remnant of barbarism I" said ' dat'K to mmseii, ami men ms eyes rest- ed once more with satisfaction upon tho joung iauy., opjwsno jo mm. . Her dove-grey dress was softened at T.nv Oniri ru ram i.auacx) wnoTwas irwui iimu; in' oiu'tui .Hun u. tho throat by folds of white tulle; her success of the night's entertainment dc sleevcs were long, only displaying the pended, and w Ithout whom "Tho Girl rounded whiteness of her wrists and of the Period" must needs fall to the I a -ni up to the e lbow Then from look- Live and Let Live." Ing nt her dress ho began to look fit her face, lfer long eyelashes were for the most part downcast. If she looked up, tho glances from her beautiful brown eyes seemed lo him to be modest nnd Intelligent., lie noticed that when she talked ly her neighbor her voice was low and gentle; howdifferciit she seemed from nil the other women 1 How simple, how Momanlyyliow noon, was the ex pression In Jter quiet face! Who was she, he wondered, nnd then suddenly he recollected; of course this was "JIss Rose the Quakeress.'' After dinner, when the gentlemen joined the ladles, he went straight up to her and sat down beside her. "My sister told inii who you were, Miss Hose, so you must forgive mo for introducing myself. May I sit here nnd talk to you?" "Oh yes !'' Her eyes fell and n bright color rose (n her cheeks. "1 have boeu a long time out of Kng laiul, traveling In Kasteiu count rles,nnd you can't think how odd Kngllsh society seems to ine now I have come back to it." ''Yes?" still with downcast eyes, playing with the dove-colored folds of ljcr dress. ' "The women, for instance, they look sb. strange; so almost bold and unfemU Inc.,' L suppose It Is because my eye Is Unaccustomed.' Now you, for Instance, You remind me more,- do you know, of tho women of the Kast, than anybody I haye seen since I have been home." "Oh! Aro they not very ignorant. lioor tilings?" Up went the brown eyes flashing Into Ids a look of Innocent sur prise. Jack laughed. "Ah you had mo there. I do not mean that It Is In their Ignorance and want of education that you remind mo of them." "Oh, I am very glad of that!" with a little effusion that was complimentary. "1 should not like you to think mc ig norant." "I am suro you arc not," answered lack very fervently, although why ho was so sine of It he would have been puzzled to say. He was, however, very certain that Miss Ko.se had the loveliest eyes and tho sweetest manner of auv woman he had ever met, including all the Kastcrn Houris upon whom his memory dwelt with so much fondness. He devoted himself to her the whole evening, and during the next day It was remarked that the gray frock which by daylight was of cashmere instead of silk was never without the attendant figure of handsome Jack Dormer In clMe proximity. Lady Kllcrton nnd her easy-going husband, who had promised to do his part which, as his wife said, was. only to hold his tongue looked on with amusement and satisfaction. As to the Quakctcss herself, it Is difficult to explain exactly what was In' her mind about the gigantic fraud, she was perpetrating upon her innocent victim. She was very reticent upon the subject even when chance threw Iter alone in the society of her friend, and received the laughing congratulations upon her acting with an extraordinary quietness and a silence which was truly remark able. It Is, however, lo be surmised that she threw herself Into the part cnx AMnun, and that the character she was poitraying was In no way unpleasant to her; for she evinced much willingness to be led into retired shrubbery walks, and showed no indisposition to unduly Ungci In distant greenhouses and summer-houses; so that Mrs, Iiltclile mado spiteful remarks about tho aptitude of Quakeresses for flirtation, in spito of their charity-school-like personal ap pearance; and Lady Salo murmured some not original allusions to those quiescent waters whose springs aro stip loscd to run In the depths of profund ity. Of courso Jack never thought of tak ing his Quakeress into the stables the only place for which Miss Ifose experi enced unhealthy longings, which she had some difficulty In suppressing. He was fond of horses, and would like to have gone, to them himself and smoked his pipe thero In peace and comfort, lint it would have been a profanity to have subjected this sweet, old-fashloncd blossom of a girl to the odors of stables and tobacco, and to the lowering atmos phere of a stable yard. It did cross Jack's mind onco to think that It might be a nuisance to marry so delicate and pure a creature, from whom the coarse Influences of dally life must bo forever carefully guarded. Hut after all, ono can't have everything, and anything was better than the fashionable girl of the present day such a one, for In stance, as his'frtend Kyrlchad described to him. As the days wore awayr Jack Dormer was obliged to confess to himself that 1 was over licad and ears in love with Miss itose. On' the last evening of her visit there wcro to be private theatricals at Pos borough Court. A small farce .was to acted before n select Jut not a largo audience, and the name of it was "The Olrl of the Period." "Are you going to act, Miss Hose?" asked Jack of his divinity "Oh, no; I could not," the answered. "No acting Is not In your line, I'll bo bound; you are the last person on earth to care about making a public show of yourself," At till moment Lady Kllcrton burst wildly Into tbo room, with an open tele gram In her hand "Whatnml to do?" she cried. "I am In perfect despair. Here Is a tele- . crrnm from Mia firm' tn uv that ahft ; carmot comei h(r gran,,,,,,,,,. s dt.a( oh what slia i llo., Now .,M 0rcy., -as lup)ose to be , the "leading lady" upon whom all tho ground. There was, however, no Miss w $1.00 a If Orey In existence. "Oh, what shall I dot" cried Lady Kllcrton, wringing her hands and almost In tears (after all, sho was almost as line an actress as Kate Inglcby). "All the people aro asked, and the supper and tho stage and scene ry have arrived, ami how can I put It nil ofTl Oh, Jack, what am I to do?" ' "My dear girl, I'm awfully sorry, I'm sure. I don't know what ran be done; can nobody else lake her part?" "N'o. Who Is there? Miss Hltchle does tho sprightly old maid, and Mrs. Halket the timid mother, and Colonel Sprlggs tho heavy father, and George Andrews the lover. He Is the only one that can act a bit except Miss Grey; the whole thing depended npon her, and who Is thero who can take her part?" Then Miss Hose said very hesitating ly, "Oh, Lady Kllcrton, I'm afraid I should do It very badly; but If you are In such a difficulty I would do my very best, if you have really no one else; 1 would try I learn very quickly by heart, and you might show me." "My dear, you are an angel, a dar ling!" cried Adela, rapturously, clasp ing Miss Hose in her arms. "How too dear and good of you II can't tell you how grateful I am." "Vou are the first person In tho world to do'n khid and good-natured action," whispered Jack in her ear, almost ilatly contradicting the very last remark he had made to her. lint lie was in that Idiotic condition of uitiul with regard to her, when whatever a .woman does or says,,or leaves undone or unsaid, seems to bo equally perfection in. n man's eyes. Nevertheless, when Miss Hose had been carried nway by his sister to be drilled and coached, he could not help owning to himself that, amiable and good-natured as was Miss Hose, he feared tliat her acting would be a fail ure. "At such a .short notice, and sucli a part, so wholly foreign to her nature! Poor little girl, how can she do It?" It was with very nervous feelings that Jack watched the curtain go up before a crowded audience that evening. lie. saw upon the stage Miss Hose,and yet Miss Hose mysteriously transformed ; a wealth of dark curls over her brow, a red satin dress made In the latest fash ion, and the glitter ot diamonds upon her white smooth throat; and then the saucy glance of her laughing eyes, that seemed as If more than once they singled him out of the audience before her, the easy gestures, the perfect enunciation, tho natural talent with which she went through a part In which she had acted many times before, filled him first with amazement nnd lastly with admiration; she was more beauti ful than he. had ever conceived her to be, ami her acting was so marvellous that it almost took away his hicath. There came one scene wherein tho "Girl of the Period" had to smoke a cigarette. Miss Hoso went through the performance with a graceful ease which although It made his heart stand still, was yet very far from jarring against his taste; the cigarette, as smoked by the Quakeress, became almost a poeti cal and feminine action. "Xothlng," ho said to himself, "can vulgarize her; she Is the Innate embodiment of a lady in mind." Nevertheless, ho was glad when the play was over. The curtain went down amid thunders of applause, and Miss Hose, In her grey silk Quakeress garb, came back presently and sat down among the audience, while some Im promptu charades wcro being acted by the others. Jack made room for her beside htm. "How did l do It?" sho whispered to him. "It was perfect. I am speechless with amazement at your acting. I had no Idea you were so clever." The praise was grateful to her; she was conscious of having acted her best. "If you had studied your part for weeks, you could not have done 11 bet ter." Sho had studied It for weeks. She played with the buttons of her glove, and held her tongue. "It was dicadfultome to see you act that part like that," he went on In a whisper. "Did it pain you?" Sho lifted her dark eyes and fixed thcni upon him, with an earnest yearning look In them; how1 different was now their expression from that which ho had seen In (hem half an hour ago! "Yes," he murmured back, "because I love you, and you know- It." The charades were going on upon the stage, and the audience was in scim-darkncss. She lowered her eyes, and a faint smile hovered upon her lips; was It of joy or was It of triumph? a little of each, per haps. "I love you as you are ami yet everything you say and do Is right In my eyes, because it Is you," ho went on passionately. A twinkle Jn Jier downcast eye, ."Ewcn . the .cigarettes?" sho mur mured. , . "I forgave you even that; no other woman could:, (lave acted that, and yet produced po. sensation of disgust upon me; nnd yt( dcatest( tell me that you love me, and, that, for my sake, you will never smoke a cigarette again In your life?" "I will never smoke a cigarette again n ray life," she answered; and she kept her word. Hut she would give him no answer to that other question, although he urged her to do so. "Will you tell me to-morrow night at Wigrams' ball, then?" "Do Quakers go to bslls?" How can I tell you will go, will .... , , . ,,. you , not? 0U aro goln3 to Stay With people close by, I hear; they w 111 surely - 1 It "In my grey frock?" sho asked with a smile. t "What does your frock matter? you are always lovely In my eyes. If you iA..A ..... ..-in i,A i m mi .na M tutu jVU i ...v.v , ... I 'Very well." She answered In her1 quiet Quaker-like manner. And he could get nothing more out of her. Year if Paid in Advance not paid in advance, $1.26 The next morning, Miss Hoso had taken her departure before the rest of the party assembled at a lato breakfast table. Tho ball was crowded; the party from Kosborotigh Court arrived very late. As Jack Dormer edged his way through the block of people at the doorway, his eyes ran cageily over the bright parterre of well-dressed women; ho saw then; many beautiful faces, many brilliant dresses, much glitter of diamonds upon white necks and arms, but nowhere the little grey dress and the quiet demure face of the girl he looked for; a pang went through his heart; she was not there, theul Then suddenly, through an opening In the crowd, ho saw what? A lovelv woman clad In white, but white that was not so much the garb of virgin simplicity as the Impeilal white ness of a queen a white that shone with the lustre of rich satin softened by the fall of costly laces; diamonds sparkled nt her throat and ears, nnd glittered In shining circlets about her round white arms. Could this Indeed be Miss Hose the Quakeress? She was not dancing; when she saw htm she smiled, and held out her hand to him. "How late you nre will you dance with me?" "Will I not!" he answered, passing his nrin round her waist. "What have you done to yourself to night?" he murmured In her car. "I have tiled to make myself lovely In your eyes." "Hecauso you love me?" "Hecause I love you," sho answered simply. And that waltz straightway became as 'heaven Itself to the Infatuated young man. "Hallo, old chap, you are making the running famously with the heiress!" This was from Viscount Kyrlc, who stood behind him, and slapped him playfully on the back. , "Heiress? what heiress? How do, Kyrlc, I didn't expect to see you to night. Il'Iioin are you speaking about?"' "About Miss Ingleby, to be sure, the fast young woman I warned, you against!" said his friend, laughing. "I really don't know whom you mean, Kyrlc!" "Oh ho! a good joke, my hoy, when you have just been dancing witli her, and she wouldn't dance with anybody until you came!" He looked ncross the room: Miss Hose stood talking lo his sister; her face was glowing with animation and excite ment; the Quakeress In her little grey frock seemed to have vanished. Sud denly tho scales fell from Jack Dormer's eyes, and he perceived the truth; his sister's greatest friend, whom she had written so often about, telling him he must marry her; the handsome, dash ing Miss Ingleby, whom other people called fast, but whom Adela swore bv. declaring that her good heart and her true sterling character amply made up for a little over-exuberance of spirit in her manner, the Miss Ingleby w ho rode, and fished, and swam, and acted, yes, and smoked cigarettes Miss Ingleby the heiress, ami little Miss Hose the Quakeress, were one and the samel Jack walked straight across the room, and stood before her. "Miss Kate ingleby," he said, looking her full In the face, "you have taken mo In shamefully." "What was I to do?" she said depre cating!)', "1 had the misfortune tn fall In love with you at first sight, in a book seller's shop, one wet morning, nnd at the same time I had the mortification of hearing you say you did not wish to know- inc. I could think of no other way of peisiiadlug you to think better of me man I no character your lrleml gave oi me. noiri you lorgivo me. she added softly. He tried to frown, hut a smile was In Ills eyes. "On one condition will you be mar ried In your Quaker's dress?" ' "Yes, If 1 nm to be married to you. Jackl" sho answered, speaking his name for the first time with that sweet timidity which a man loves to hcarupou the Hps of the woman he loves. As to Lord Kyrlc, ho was made to feel that he had put his foot very much into It, on a certain wet morning, In Adams the book-seller's shop. Never theless, Kate always declared herself to bo under a debt of gratitude to hlin; for had It not been for his remarks concern ing her, she would never have been so lient upon proving to .lack mailt was possible tor mm to fan in love "that horrid girl." tiii: i:n.1 with Testimonial from Sir Julius Benedict. The Grand Concert l'lano-Korto by Wm. 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