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V7 1 j I t NfiTON ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27v 18.
7 : r . ft if?. " ;. at TIIKN JXD NOW. tiii:n, Before I 'eoil tho wulti-r, It wiih niyilroiulliil il"om To tret my dinner later , TIiiiii any In I ho room. I ft oil willy-nilly, Of R'HslH 1 uel toclreiiin, Ami ev'rythlnir wiih elillly Except ini tho Iciwreiitn. . When mildly I protested, AlKloriU-rt-lllllUITllllUglt, He leaked uninterested, Ami Hutur mri-anllo tlliif". II m none wiw e'er Ini'llnod up. Hi) muttered 'nenth iii Inoiilh. I think he'd uimlo his mlml 1 1 'J'n Hturvo mo inillo lo death. I never couM roslilot him; 1 iiiiiiilUereil Ht Imln aneor In cliiirt, I whs u victim Of illynlllucl hauteur. NOW. Hut since I food the wnlter, He's nover out of ilirht; Unto my wants he'll cuter, Omiruaalvely polite. He hums n tune ecututlo, While taking my behests. In manner most pi ratio Ho roha the other iruest. Around my chiilr he llimors, He smllrs with nil his inlirht; He trios thlnirs with his tinker. To inrike qullo sure they're right, ituitlietlo his position It whs not so ef yore. His Recent Is Parisian . It never was bi'foro. The daintiest of vlmicls I never am without. All And their wny to my hands I'm really growing stout. NOW TIIE!f Tako wamlnnr from the poet A iiuartor'a all 'twill cost; You'll thrive If you bestow It, Withhold It and you're lost. iiurrv li. am lit, in Current. MADE OR MARRED nr JKSMia iiitiii-:iiii.i. Avtlior of "Out nf Hirer," "r-tihM on," "T7i l(U,1e!-K', ll'. niAITEH Xir.-CoXTi.iTTEn. Tints tlio weeks flew oil, uiid Clrneo, tluspitu tlio vivid hope unil fi-nrs of her private, life, continued a diligent student at the eollep-o courses. Oecnsiomtlly she and Mabollo Fairfax would tnku their way together, to or from school and colleen: when the hours of their cIohsos happened to coincldo Grace could not resist MaiHMin, despite iter active dis like to the girl's sister, and all her ways and works; and Mabelle appeared to derivo a pleasure, intense, tliougli al most timid, from the society of Grace. "She is a wonderful child,'1 Grace said to Thekla one day. "I am cer tain she is really clever. She seems to have read almost everything; she says, when her father was alive she bad notb incr to do but read to herself and him I fancy sho was kept In the background, and so hnii time to improvo tier min i, ' nnd souse enoiifjhto do it. But so awfully old for her aro: sho is only Aist sixteen you know." Indeed, Mabelle was in many I gpecUvery old for her ago, wnilo others sho was really youn . A shad ow had undoubtedly brooded over most the whole of her young ' fe, 1 ( course with nono but pcixi l than licrsell Iiml forced Homo ol uur powers to nn early maturity, whilu a strop", sweet Mini unsellisli nature had fptietlj- roeoiVed and accepted the burden of poverty and reversed circumstances, whi' ' to Angela had appeared .so great a !' ': mity, such an iinlie.ird-of woe, that t iniost any means of r-eaiMi from itprc entcd itself to her in n I v. legiti mate. From the first it i, d lieeti Jwa beile who li ml acted mi ' i' i.e. who li:id tlevisd ways and menu , ".! !:-. I f iced the world; it had 1'c- t. ., '. . ..o had sniiti hed :i! tliuei'i.t s , ,'ds, while griinililing tl ; t t'.r-y ,c. not better Si-ce I'liilip's dcptirliifc, T.J.-b. -lie's spirits appeared to Inive revive. 1 some what. It would h.tvo bi-en inq o : -ilj.u tosny what the child hud in Icr i."-' ' '-svhni vagim rejoicing that 1'!. ' , out of harm's wtiv.or what l.: . I. opes that in a year's nliseiioe, n:n:d t new and exciting ccenes, he mi;''. I, j)crh.-m, unlearn S'linelhing of thi passion that hnd possessed him w'"mi he departed. When tlio timo for lessons began again, Angela, liltfl other people, was forced lo work, mid Mabclic's sad little face even began to wear a smilii now and then. 1 ike all healthy nu' tires, she turned gi; I1;' to work ns a tonio and a b':.c' In: uence, and like muny inexper kd nnttircs, sho imagined that what, to her wits to good and strengthening must necessarily work , womliirs in every one else. Mabelle saw tho relationship betwoon rhllij) and liet sister wltli her own eyes, not with An- gela's, 'and to thoso eyes it seemed a good and a bontitiftil thing that a m:Ml shouhkgo out into the world and work, and that tho woman ho left at homo be hind him shouM not be ashamed to work, foo, when tho end in view was mutual union and happiness. Ho she looked at the matter, and imagined that oilier eyes would soe it in the Mime light.- .Sho htj l bo m Ihinklnjj tho iuc-l,!on over rim afternoon, Into in October, as sho sat alone, preparing her tasks for the lullowing day. It was ono of tho afternoons on which Angela' time wss entirely taken tip with several musio lessons, and sho would not bo nt home until nearly tivo. It was approaching that hour, and tiio room was growing dark, when Malielio, unwillinir to draw down the blinds and expel the list gleam of daylight, took her Scb llcr to the window, to catch the last pale beam of oven, while she did her mood of translation for obis Ii was a passniro from the "Jungfrau von Orleans " that sho had just translat ed, ind turning from that moi.otonous, if ueviivly beautiful, verso, sue opened tho la.-c at some shorter poems. The lenw fell nnmt nnltirallv at her favor ite "Odo to Joy," nnd she read the last venes slowly, pondering over the end ono or all, ntd lliliuciiig: "That is true noetrv. and what a gplc idid man he would be who answered to ti c lo oriptlon. ' V lib this sho rested horchln on hor han '. nnd looked steadily out of tho window. l hog:tw two persons coming up i n' Miv.-t in earnest conversation. MnLj'lo's ( ve Wavered, her cheek paled, but k he wa. uot noar-sii?htod.and she was Inherume mind In possession of all her faciiltie ;:io know it wns noiioiitsion, Thero was Angela, slowly advancing. and that man who earned her run oi music and looked cnrnestlv into hoi i'ace was Mr. Kordyeu. Certainly thoro was no possibility of a mi-ttiko in tho mat ter. Jli'.-y advanced siowiy, jiaiiseu may the g.-.to to exeliungo some imrllng words, vl:en there was a shako of tho hand a loik from tho gontlenian, nc- onioanied liv a bow in which thero was morn of e-ood intciitions than of elegant perfortiKiuce; an iippcullng glanoo from the lady. Mr. ronivco wanton tinsKiy away down the street, and Angela rang the front-door bull. Why, child, vou aro almost in the dnrl;: I can't see my way, sho said as she came in. 'Do let us have the cos lighted, and some tea. I am dying lor cut) ot tea. "An rela. wns that" Mi. Fordyco who camo with von to tho j-alor "ilr. oidvcor ' renewed Ancroia, in a changed voice, which strove to break Into an ndill'urent latie-h; " ves maMle It was. Dear old thing ho is! What thenV'.' . "Had lie walked far with vou?" "From Carlton Hoad, just above tho Berglmuses. It was there 1 met him." "And ho turned bnek with you? "Ho did. . Really, I have had enough of this catechism, xou are not a cnoer- ful sister. Hero am I. half dead with cold and fatigue, and you begin to cross- nuestion me as H i were a witnoss sus- nectcd of dishonosiv. You do forgot voursolf strunirelv. sometimes." rno rang mo oeu snarpiy anu ue-sireu the servant to bring gome tea. llien she lii'hted tho eras with her own hands. and when Alaiioiio tooKeu at ucr, sno saw a Hush on her chocks and a light, as of t mi mth. in her eves. J he words of tho verses sho had Keen reading seemed to ring in Mabello's ears. Was her sister without it that' moral quality which holds compacts sacred ' Vows iinon mnde. kent evermore: Truth iniilntulned 'iwlxt Mend and foe?" Or was she ono of thoso women who will purstio any by-path through lifo which promises most easo to tlio loot, and tho pleasatilcst banks to rest upon oven though to do it she must go forover -.I. .... lP. t.. I .!..!. l.nH.l'JU Willi U. 1IU 1U lli'l nznb uuu. The tension of doubt and distress be came almost unbearable to tho youn. girl. Tho cloud which for a few weeks had been lifted, settled more heavily than ever over her head, remaps Angela might not sutler, but she did. Whenever she saw Grace, sho felt an immtlso to cover her faeo with her hands; she wished sho could sink into the earth and be forovor lost to sight. When sho saw tho letters in tho thin foreign envelopes, with tho outlandish stamp, and tlio round black address to Miss Fairfax, and saw thoso others with tho small, clear, delicate tracery, ad dressed to "Philip Massey, Kso., H. II. M. Consulate. Y . China." Mabelle 'elt as if tho world were tipsidu down, were ono vast, black, hideous lie, and she a part of it. lor tlio nrst meeting between iir. , , , . , , i i i i I ordyco and Angela, wmeh had shocked V...W a.,il until ftliill f i,il .ntl mt In linr I her and sent a chill foreboding to hor heart, was not tho last; but. warned by the result of it, Angela had never again allowed Mabelle a chaneo of expostu biting with her. Her allairs wore cleverly managed. Tho girl coiild now only uuess, surmise, suspect; wear out her In-art with conjectures which sho could not substantiate, and rack her brains with consideration of tin prob lem whether sho must ioav! Hill ii to his fate or betray what she thoii.'lit of h-r sister, and possibly be l-jtiml wi'!)-; after all. niAiTKii rr nr. I'OMISI). With lfi:t'T, which the fo!lowin::ye:ir fell late, camo a letter ion !'!iii,;i to Angela, breathing hope.lic'h n -rl si ro:ig. His work was nearly over; in ;i month or six weeks at tho latest ho hoped to l o well on his homeward way. "I'hilip coming home! 'just fancy!" criod Miss Fairfax, witli unusual ani mation. "l'liil'p coming liomn? Oh! when?" cried Ma'ucile, ;i liusii crossing lier iiulo face. So- ii," he si is, "In six weeks," replied Angela, wit li an uneasy laugh. "Tnaiis Heaven! luen all win be well, ami you will have no ruoro of this suspense which is go trying and so hard to bear," said Mabelle, with emotion, 14 sho kissed hor. Tn im:! It is wearing bovond ecry- ihinc It has reduced me to a mere skeleton," said Angela, whose face was certainly a little wasted, but lovoller than ever, and wno o uarK eyes looKea larger, more pciihivc, iiioro mournful, if possihle, than of t i '. Ju truth Angela .',. i stiiicring. h-ho was jdaying lor w -,t seemed to her high stakes )'.:on;y, easo, position; Immunity from "dr ulgery" tin I pover ty; exemption from the necessity of woariti:. cheap gloves mid common, in mado gowns; lrom having to rido in nn omnilms, or go eti foot; from h". icgto see women who wer? orten u;;ly. ol lor vulgar, or nil tinee, riilo by i i t 'car riages, while lie- lovely self ui i I l.cr own reels ou the lool":.t'i. !V..o was jilaj ing her game deeper Inly, . ! with an one y which slio could ln.v : given to no otj.'.-r objoct in tho heavens auovo or tho earth beneath; and now this let ter told h- r that sho was plnying it against t.mo, and with terrible od Is against her tho odds that I'hilip would return ai d oneulv claim her be'nro t!ie other man mado the ofl'or for whit sbo was waiting. When I'hilip had gone away, with nil his hard fight before him, and his fort une to make, the prospect of what he offered h i' on his return had seemed elyslum in comparison with her actual lot; but oven yot I'hilip' fortunes were nearly all to make, and a hundred thinri minht lumpen to mar tholr bright- nesnj whereas Mr. Fordyco, though el dcrlt'i ;1dw and awkward, held in his hat li lUl-tho t'.!;t!?:d she oovoted, and with a word could make them hers. How was she to bring the alluir to a "happy" titrraination; how eontinuo to hoodwink Mabelio, docoivo I'hilip, smile at Grace, keep Mr. Fordyco mil in lovo.iand still in good humor? - Sho was not wrong when ho gaid the pro cess wr "weur.ng, Graco was over'o)xd In tho pro meet of J'hriiD smtedv return, uut ift!jcii0' easor exnectancv wiw tinged with heavy despondency tlio prevision of a coming c.ilastroplio. w'licb, .slr.vo ns Sho wou!il. she coi'.IH trr, D.itiisn. "lie wi 1 bo here directly," caid hope, "imd all will bo well." Ho can not oomq for weeks ye', muttered aitnrohousion, "and in a few weeks much that is bad aud disastrous happen." lietwcen tlio two moous uio gin was worn to a shadow, anu gomeuuuw in most hysterical from hot agonized men tal debate us to what was best or most right to do betray her nupicions of her sisior (torlliey wore but mispieions) at the lust moment, when a'l might so to ii b'j put ri -til, or nieinUiin silcneo, tiiiiii?li all sh-itt'd "o wiong. fll.M-TKIl XIV. COSrBION. aftornoon, when tho timo of uromisod arrival was drawing I'liekbi lScrglmtia went to call upon Grace Massey, Sho found her, as sho had expectod, at homo and alouo. with booKS spread around lier anu a sheet of paper before her. "What aro you dolngr" asuoit iiiok- la. "Aro you busy? Do 1 disturb you?" " i on never aisturu mo. i was uomg this work now, intending to walk up to your house this evening, but 1 am glad you camo bore instead. Tako oil' your hat, and we'll have a cup of te." Thekla did not decline tlio pronoreu )si)italitv. She put off her hat, seat ed herself on tho sofa and said: "I am gum 1 louuu you in. i uiu nu wauw you to come up to our house to-night, or at all, until I had teen you and spoken to you." l J T' I 1 T .!!.! t .t "Aoi vwiyr ' asKeu urace,-iookiujj up in momentary surprise. "liocause you would have discovered something which I want to U;U you not leavo you to nnd out. Ah! said iiraco, sweeping away her books and writing materials as the maid camo in with tho tray of afternoon tea. ... Sho said notliini more, but poured out somo for Thekla, who sat looking somewhat nervous. Grace carried tho cup to her, placed t beside her at the comer of tho ta'ulo, and laying ono hand on Thckla's shoulder, said iualow voicu: Thekla, you havo got engaged to somo one!" " Yes, 1 have," replied Thekla, sud denly looking up, and throwing her arms round Grace's neck, sho pressed It tightly with ono or two convulsivo little hugs: "1 have. hat nave you to say to it?" Tell ni'i first if it is Mr. Keich- har.lt?" "It is Fr'U Iteichhardt yes." "Then I wish you every happiness that you deserve, and if you gut that vou will have no end of joy. FriU lteicliliatdtis a good follow. I thiuk ho deserves you, too, almost" "Thank you; I'll tell him so," said Thekla, beginning to stir her tea. Both girls had hard work to abstain from tears, partly because they were girls, talking about an engagement, and partly because of a flood of memories of hopes, fears and tender thoughts, which mm uiinniuu ifvuii mti j t0 wMch "M tht,y b()lh feUf it wouid . .... - . , which had agitated both their hearts, be terribly dangerous to make any al lusion. Thekla knew that Grace had ardently desired I'hilip to fall in love with her, and ask her to marry him, and Grace knew that sho knew it. Graco knew that Thekla hud more than likod I'hilip; that sinco his engagement to Angela Fairfax sho ha I sullercd, and that this engagement meant, amongst other thing-, i scapo from a condition which oppressed her: and Thekla knew that Graco knew all llU. But they were ! oth widely silent on tho subject. Graco out somo tea for herself, and -pi's it is only just settled, and : unexpectedly this evei'. i. vi- found Mr. Hoioh i 'i.-w and successful ' - r and you wished irst." :s nil ic-out it," assented vou will i-onio nil tho . him nnd mo in that roU Tiirdl tiv; r of ac 10 collie ! '. wont ou? ' r! i-ieasiiiM: but in tint easo I shall 1-ate to ii-'k you 1 1 go away at onee, rmle though it y seem, or I shall never have my ii.iij.id ready for to-morrotv iiiortii'i g " " I go at once,' na'tl Thekla. rising. " Ah, thero is Mnitcll i Fairfax coming homo from school. Kow wretched tho child looks!" Does sho not? Mv heart aches for her, somehow." " I'crhnpi Angela bullieg her. "I haven't a doubt of it; but I know that when Angola is married to I'hilip thoro will bo no bullying. Nothing enrages him go much its to geo weak things oppressed." Hero Tiivkla took her departure, nnd Grace was left alone, to return to her definitions wiih t o reflection: "Sho Is tniit'i right quite. But if It could only havo ' ecn different'." Ci'IA. I'EH XV. -run en:i or A dream. Tt w..s Vi"-; at rmu nn tho following day when Grn-o M assay and Mabelle I'nii'f ix ch:mo slowly up Lawrence slreet tog I he-, returning, tho ono from sui ool, lite oilier from college. They had nc.'L in Carllou liond, and como on in company. "Vhilip will soon bo hero now," said G rr.ee. "You must jiut. on a belter 'ac. t to welcome him, Mabelle. You look so whito and washed out what they call 'fair pining,' where I como from." "Uh, I am all right," said Mabelle, with a sickly smile. "Has Angela heard from I'hilip airnin?" " Not since that day she had a letter saying he was o'X to' Hong Kong, and sailed lu two days; at least," added Mabelle. conscientiously, "sho has not hoard at'ain go far as I know; but I go oft to school before lh postman cornes. Ane-ela does not rro out till later." '' " Yos. Bv tho way, I think yon have too lonir hours at school. When your holidays como yon must pay m a visit at Foulliavori; 1 am sure it win uoyoo moil, and bv that time, thank good- noss. l'hilin'g cnaircmont will be ptib- lio property, and it would be the most natural thing In tho world for you to borne. I huto all tuis teerocy, and I fe.ii it. nn utisoliito wronT to mv father and mother; but surely it will all hoover noon!" ' ' ' I hopo so," said Mabelio, with a Mill fainter smile, as lhcy arrived at home St "Get your d'nncr," pursued tho prac tical tirade, "Xou looK inmost starv-. ing, mid as for me, I'm ravenous." With a ( heering nod eho parted from Mabelle, and wont to hor own quiii'tors. Tlio tabltf was spread, aud Grace, , throwing o" iier hat nnd mantle, wns about ' r' i , the bell for dinner (for in Lawr -iif . .uroet that meal was usually taken W J middlo of tho day), when 1 tter o i tin) mantelpioon, addressed ill her it i !.:r's hand, causod her to pause. She o,.t-lied it, and was reading it. '" .ii fJrnr Thanks fur your nice lnnj let und tell Miss lierghuus Ihut 1 A ring a strange, trembling, yet loud, IniDortunato ring at tho front dour, beginning, as it w. re. timidly, and then repealed loudly. So at range a sound was it that Grace forgot tlio "ravenous" hunger sho had spoken of, forgot her letter, and stood still, her hctul raised, listening. l're-entlv tlio front door was opened. and Grace could hear nothing that passed, only that the door closed again, and some ono camo in. Then it all seemed like a weird dream tm- parlor door was pushed open, ami, Mabelle stood there looking like somo unhappy little ghost; sho seemed lo have shrunk away and become shoitur, smaller, thinner, during the fivo or six minutes which had olapsod since Grace parted from hor. Her faco was whiU), her lips open, hor eyes distended, her whole aspect one "of horror unmiti gated. "Child, child, what is tho matter?" cried Grace, going to lier and grasping her arm, chilled by tho look of despair in tho young fa :c. "Don't touch mo!" gaid Mabelle. in a hoarse whisper, shrinking away from her. "I am -not lit for you to touch, but you must know. Oh. sho ought not to have le't it all to mo; indeed, she oii'dit not!" In her nuivnring hands sho held a pa per, which Grace, with an uncontrolla ble impulse to know tho worst, took from her hand and read, to a broken accompaniment of scattered words nnd exclamations from Alaoc'lo: "Dkaiibst M a iiiii. i.r. 1 am sure you will in iiriirlm-il to Iiml h li-tt-r in-ti-i-1 of nie when you rsurii front i-hoiii. Iieurcst child, sou must irv not to I- el hurt nt wluit I I. me done Imt you mii-t nee Hint I had real y noaiteriis-tii-n. Vim tniisi kuo.r how iiiilmiiov I itiivo lK-i-n In in v enuiiiretiient to I'll II i .v.ae-ey.- Aa tlio tlui" ii ir aches lor Ills return I feci Unit It Is Impossible I should eer lie unite I to him It would be misery: and the lnv.i which 1 have learned to feel for another shows mo plainly lh.it t-i marry Mr. M asset wouid be the irrcatcsl wrotnt 1 could do. The ucntlcmiin whom 1 am now intinir to meet, nnd to whom I slm. I I'O married this mm Dim, is .tir. K i ilyee. We have looked at tho matter In eterv lixht, nnd eoino to tho cono usion that It was host to lie married prlva'ely. I have written to Mr. M.iss. y at the hotel In ton Ion at wlilrh he raid lie xliould "lay. I hnt e lu. t you p enty of nmner. deiin-Si, to last tvhlln we lire ', and I will i-lie to you as soon us pnslMu. an I toll you our plans. Of eo.irse. when we return, vour hoine will lie with us. and If you lire Imiipv tlioi-e 1 slmll feel that a I the siu rl-flti-s 1 have made for you have mil boon In vain. in n.i.iir, ttien. I wi i wmo inmi Paris, and buy you sometliln lovely there. "Vour lovinir slsti-r, 'Asiikia." 'The hypocrite!"" burst from the lips of Grace, as sho finished; " oh, the heartless, lying jilt! Bah!" Fiirth-:f energetic words were on her cner-'iun lips, out tno (lead silence w.iich t her ears caused her to look up, cl ,.ied her in tho midst of her fury f nulisination .miidciio -was rnpori- ing ' irself with Ixith hands ? dist a cimi" back; pale, trcmbl'inf, ' ivering from head to foot, and sili t -always silent, it si-emetl as if the ii :i of lur gisti'r's sin, iiml the shanu of .t, had en-, tered into her soul foreier. All sho could do was 'o siand lik i si .- o crcat uri! which has sinned, and e. :he mas-U-'r's baud about to full in t !: i 'isement stand and siibm t Hie t itei misery, tho sick, trembling wretci -ill. ess of tho girl smote Grace's hear. It was all in such contrast with her liter's base ness. to i;K i os'i'isi'Eifc IVciillnr!t:cs of ii -z.i-s am! tho Effect on Their ii if . "There it f.-t lii.- . -'ond timo this week," pelt;!.' :'y cjai'i;l.ited a bar ber in u down-tow 0 .oesnrinl parlor, as ho held up n razor and looked ut it in a nizzlcd manner. Ji" Mroppeu uiu ihule and nL'ain atu'lied it to tho chin of the 8ottp-bcilattbed man in his chair. Tho facial contortion of tho man, tho rasping sound aud tho bOit of disgust on tho barber's faco plainly showed that oil was not right, lie tried several ni.ors, but they would not work. Then he borrowed a razor from tho boss and succeeded in scraping somo ot tho hair from tho faco of the cti-tomer. Judging from tho remarks of the cus tomer after the operation was per formed, ho scraped something more than hair. After the man l"ft, the barber went to the boss and said: That razor has 10110 back on mo again. ' Ho spoke as though all hopo had departed. "That's your own fault," coolly ob served tho boss. "Didn't I tell you to put it near the sbce w' m wo locked up last nlirlit? Yon ..n't expect a razor to stand by yon if j ou neglect to treat it ri' it. Tlio barber went bvfc hi chair and a reporter besoti'-i '. t in lio.-s totcll him soinethin r a' out -.ior "Kverv barber has his ret razor," ho bee-an. Whenever a I eard ooliies in that can't be touched by any of tho rcgula" working ra.ors the barber takes out his box and nicks out his favorito razor. Tho harbor believes that that particular razor will cut any beard, and its pretious pci lormuiicus iiiiikcb una belief reasonable. ' (irndimlly ho begins to respect that razor and to ilevo'e es pecial care to I1.' Whim it goes bock on him he is lost He almost believes that the raxor is a thine of life. Why, have seen barbers accuse another of 'foodooiiu' thoir pet razor." "What is tho matter with this bnr- ber'g razor? 1 gee ho I soaking It In hot water." said the reporter. ' Cold weather and undue exponr. The edirn of a razor Is a very Uolicnto thing. Heat and cold alleet it ' Under a strong magnifying-glasg tho piLgeof a razor which has. been exposed to tho cold would seem like a saw.. Hot water throws the little particles back into place and makes the edge smooth. , A sudden chang ! in'tlio weather always afreets the razors in a Iinrber-shop aud tho tem pers of thobarbori.'.'.--C'A':J7'' , ).' .?;'. t, .- . ; 1 . '-!"! T :rt. t I ,f Why ahauld work pcoplo ImlLato the wind? . The wind is always busy and, ik acheeiftil'ip- rator, It whittles at its v.orfc. , I m 5 S'l 1 ??2:ti mm. C-p S o ffl ' i i vj i a re f m si . t . ii o o -s 5 g 5 ? S i - . 1! 0 n S. U- - a J 1 t e - it 5 a " - ' 1 ' n a et. r r aa . ul, ,1 mm uumiMiaiT'T VX lOiiWWsiS for Infants Cust orln iroinotos Digosf Ion and oveicoiues i iululency, Cunslipa tion, Sour btoinach, Diarrho-a, and Feverihlmess. It insures IiohUIi nnd natural sleep, without morpliine. rnntirla'is 10 well ailoptedtoChililn'n Hint I rwiiiiiiiirnil iiamipiTiortiiiiiyi)rin riuuii kuuwu ui me " 1L A. ARcutu. JI. p.. CRNTAUR LIWlMEMT- utwolut.- ! 1e Itlict:ma tisin, Spruiuts, liiirn.s, CiiTas, -Vc. Thi)iot I'oxverli.l luidl'CQC tratlug Pulu-relicviug unl II'Mllnyr Ift'iiifily hiioun t mau 11 ll a new remedy rT-gh-llv if.inpmindeii iikI intruducci lo ttie i..edii:al piulcs.iun md then to tne pulli- Uree. hv S. II Hantaan, M. 1. lie hat prescribed " " over 4o,rxo i-'tli'-nK w'-h tm"st' er.ti fy Itt P"ect iiDon the vem w ennrei- mlikc tT.at of any other remedy, and i he only inc.'.iciue needed in almost even i ',tae to whi h fl-li i hir. Tn n" liar, no equal. plV2"rVV-''itR PFHr4 ii eemmiud of rurely vea etalile c.re-lientt, each one, according u medical .ulhort, a great remedy in ittclf. Dr. Hartman ha mcceeded in etr:in Inland combminn the active printiir f thete incredienli into one iiniple com tound. which perfecllr coincide with tin Vl Medlralrl KHlnra in ever liteat, and a cura necetaarily followt There it not an organ it will n"t m tor a ditean It will aot cure. n-x-TTJ Ask vour drucsit for Pr. Hanrran It lamuhlet on the " lilt of Life, l'r. -. 1 I Hartnun dt Co., Columbui, Ohio, V. S. A. ' SKIM CURE ISs-Hcirr fir Pa't Hherrm, rrrma, EmMr''" mi..u...i n-..,p lllwi iMtulniff I-riinl. D iviiiim, ik.iuir.'i. . ' ' - -i,- -- --. rianl-l'i-lnnntiir, llinirwona, rnnoiirii, m. n of tne cutaneoua iyal. ni, by exmlittloD and not tyr erotlon, a hen-liy mrrr particle of dlneaae H withdrawn from Ilia ivttem. InohlliiaU Itching ul UMlklo laal laywl atonce by bnihliig tliaparta. For l llei, Wonnda, inia, Ulcani or Bona, no rnnedy la in promnl In uothliK and lieallna aa l'aplllon Hkln Cura, ItiloFiniitaniartorrium. Uliecuotl la tut lu (iuujsi accompac at cry boula. O-M-M n dltnwM of tht NaM Orrona, tiy tnmfflatlor liUeelloii or by pnylni, In rlilldn u o n-liilla. Cleans eatlinisillaiid pcrPileinKI'irnl l-n-atlilnir. ll tt a apes-ltlo cure for Cold In tha Hond-wnti i caaml hymidilen clian(rlntliatiii'plir er iii'i't.1, bnissrlni, Watery Kvin and Tain In Ilia I lend. Bronchial Catitrrh. Aouto or CUroolo ..' vrrv, at U-s-l -il-l thltrrmrdy will prrnianent i taaei me mint niua an a c""- vn 11117 rrv . . IcMimonlala crrtiry. It Itiia vc n ir'Ptl . -r- aucrei nary aucrnnnilly. iUncUou lu tcu lai bouia, 11 COUGH CURE On ba mlmlnlatered to Inranta without tbeillijliteft daofr. It dna not contain druaa or chemical, but la a harmlnw Testable ayrup, Tery deuckjua to the laaut, Ikl reliava and noaltlvalr CMri II.IOPINO COUDW,, . ivmianant cura tor Bmoor al or Wra trr Uuuh, llroncbltla and i'ulinonary Catarrl . Dliao. MenMjTKUta uona in lao mngiiagtw &xmiyiij mimrj 1 m wmmi BLOOD CURE- A fpMtV! fnrtf Ibr H fllwiwwofftw ntoM, L(rr, Wmn ch, Howcto mkI KMiwy& ThU inollc.iw la abwlutel vpsTctalilfl. It la ttte nrrrlT-tln of an eminent ptiyif- dan, who baa uomI It la hlflaper.Alnniotlnftir thirty retira. For ail dlww orlfflunltni In Irormlnnen. ol the blood, aa Anwioi, Hkk lllache, NtHYotuneiiB. tnaJ( Wftaknwi, Llvfr tjomiiamt, imrti,i, jaun dlf, HIIIOUIHIsJMa, a4.d KldtHy I'lO'WH, 1, tnta iDtHui almoltitel 1 tnitrfral, j CfNllthT C la Hi re, inia DimiriiM uim run wiuui u atwolntelr rtnraUi Axi tot ootid It Inn, nNniltitiiiff rtcimm ami auplrin drtlrtflfMjiea, ainl pn-veuti & accompany every boUJe. fAriLLON MFQ. CO., CHICAOOI F0R4ALKBY O. OTAlin CO' xz. I.. J. Ill Mutt ni'i III I l'.U.UJ?-J ... f flATARRH (1IIRE a a; .iy ' -sat ua,".,..-.-.tauj v .ii, .: . "ia&Q; watt':' l; V c WiSiSV'.''ilwr i i..L,.,-t.c.r,ii .: m 1JI--X .''T.ji..nl :liv1''iw-' SWAM "'Ji and Children. What (riven our Children rmiy cliei ks, Wliut ciirc tlicir ii-i-im, uiuies tliein nl--'--Tin O-ici ' When lnhlen fret. e-'. ctv l'V tr.nm, Wuul t-un- tin ir eiiiic. I il.s tin ir vrt -s. Hut fii-crt't.. WhM etiiclilv rur"i l oa-'iiiiiiii ii. 8ourbUMue!t, l ''. .e'lle'l. ?'ri r'lt.fiirlrt. Fan-wi II t'.lrn to ?I Ciuitiir Oil uuil rur,;-.tfit!. . r.ip. ' ,'ortnt TUTT'S 1 1 rTifiin-irnw 11 TORPID BOWELS, :3SSORDLRCD LIVER, aru MALARIA. frnm ttn"j mouivcii arlnti lUit-iourthnot 'j-t iliri'tci ol imt humuii meu. 'J iu-hr :, uijiiouM iniltt'ii(4i ilioire.xittt nf1 : J a mm r ' .Mlrllt-, Ilutfrll' culltf, SiiU. Ilrd Inline niter cutlnu 11 vrriin ; t j .! lui. ut' lixly ne ml IU nrtntlop. i 1 hI, Irt iitiitllii of icijiirrf 1-ov. l:'li i'in4 t( having iirl(rtft 1 1 -I 11 v. lMtin-if 1'lutU rlnu at thu . IT'l Im:ioio Hi ryrn, 1il;l.y cl- 0 .1 I'rKi-, 'NTIPATH.. hihI dr .ii t'.-l iiioiuu of rcinf.lyiimt . in .im-Uv -ilii i,"-r. A-ai-.V'T inctlli'ini 'I4;'1T'1S "t t, I H i im no c.n:i1. Vhi-ir " tlm ' i .i-v-. -nl -nk-ii iHuixo iiioinpt ; r.-Miovtn'r .... I n; i' i:ii'i llrmtli li, ciiu uv t'i;"v ' Mir NvKUin." )iolu ln i-rpt ' . -it. I Ut 'ii-irltitl, r-!lll '' -:n'ilH, n -.l ' .M i t i.l n v roioiMlMrtl' . TI miMM 1 n 1 iiv.-i". a or t't .p!.. nor IutIc:. V . 'l.lti'V wfirl, H!II tti 1 pfrffct ,ir!T r n rg to malaria. T ' ." ; . ;y.:.H YlKi; A XhW KA. ' I li 1 ft Iiml D.iipi'palil, With totilitt f 1 ..1 .fn r. ir., mill hnve tilil ten fiiin '-nC. 1 ;.n ni'tilii., ami TI'TT'N tin- tint Unit i'-.n h tve .one iue onv goo.!. Tli- y liavn t -I'll. I ii". o it ninety. My nppi-tlin It, ..pi. ml. '. 1 1 il .'lirrrtia rt-n'HI.V, anil 1 not, 1 iiUu"il I'ti i-iwesi. 1 l'ot-1 like 11 iit-a " W. I. KDWARDS, I'alnont, O. . .I i-tn-rrtrlr r ,3tr. OttVss, 44Mnrr.it Y. iiTT'3 HAHI DYE, i'-paT II.Mtl .m WntaKUta rliiinr"! If-t-'. . Ml ' V 1-. 11 tiKioNV lit. K hy It sll.li- up i M- Hlloi .-I llHH 1IVK Is .1.1 bv In 1 .:r.tt-, 1,1 o 11I I xpr.i nl ti-i ript 11 t I. 0:1:im,4I Miif-ny Mrri t.Xi-w V11I, NTT'S MAN".M l' VUWl RECE1PH3 N: s. . f'.H FACTS BC5tlKC Br.Eiriu'ihsIw III ptirlft and eiirli-h Hit BLOOD. rrit''-' the Ll VSR and KIDNEYS, and ltks'iol'1. HEALTH and VIOOH of YOUTH! In all l'- dlMianea reiulrtna accrlalu and elti'-tciii ltMi , etpecUllr l)vpeii.la. Want 01 A pp.-l IK'. 1 1 "H i H..11, li-k of btrenirUi. eie., Ii ii..- U inu-k-l tiep.la. tt am 01 a pp. with liuiurillata aim womlcrllil r m 1 . mu.ola and nrreea roivlt r new l.iri-. l.in..i y tlianilnd and anppllr Hraln r..ir. a a rMin auiterlnii Inmi all i-.inpl. p , LAUlCO pi-iulliirlolhi-lr-. .-, i i' Xa. HARTKB. IHOK TOMIOaM.il' ' M ' ") onra. It glvea a cli-r and liralihy couipl.-t-'i'-TH atmet li-llmoliy Ii. Ike talne in "Ii 1iHTKH'a misi Tiinh: la that fri-iim-m aiii-i-p'si at eonnterfi-ltliia-bavf only add. d l Hi; I":'""! ' Itroritia.irlalnal. Ifyou ariieailydrln-h.-ait aonot enperlin.-nt-ai-t ih OHiiiiNal. am. ri.r. H.ad roar a1dr toTtta J llH'rl ' , f Mtroiil. Mo, for wur "rfE WI. B a alloc atrasffaaoa vmnn, ioiu.... . - DR. HARTtH'i IROM TONIO I 0l BLS Br ALU . DnuoaiiTS ano Dialchs EvtnYwwut. . ', SO Years lUipericacs t Ublu HOr.lETRESTOENT O fi'ervrtus and Oemlhnl Da blilty, fcnrly Oitoay, Loat Of ijfmnorv. Ao.. Aa. , Cimi Ynumrtr f fflrwi t 'il-iv lorHalf-Traatieatit, R.H Tim. .r.i M.m. ad Trial l. '.- o ' r i-t nv., l ".ir.ck.rr. IHKIJt ' iii:h. AUJre-a '!?l'm1tMS Wl. rh-.T. wit.!.: II