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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 5, 1894.
1 V m vMxg Only a Scar Remains crofula Cured-Hood Purified by ' Hood' Itraaparllla. -C t Hood s Co., Lowell Man.: " It ti with pleasure that I Hod a teattanonial eoBeernlng what Hood's garuparllla haa dou lor my daughter. It U 1 wonderful medicine and I cannot recommend It too highly. Bank, who la fourteen years old, has been , Afflicted With lerofula arer since aba wai one year old. For Ive yean he has had it running sure on one slooof her face. We trkd every remi'ily reeouimeuded, but nothing ulil tier any garni until we commenced using Hood'r tarsui)urlll:t. .Mymarricddaugliter advlsedme I) use hood's rjarsaparllla becaua HooffsCures It hid eured her of dyspepsia. She had beet troubled with that complaint since childhood, and since her cure she has never been without a Dottle of Hood's Harsaparllln In tbo houso. Wo commenced giving It to Hnrnb about one year ago, and it has conquered tho running sore, Only Sear Remaining u a trace oi the dreadful disease. Previous to taking the medicine her cyeaight was affected but now she can see iiertcctlv. In connection with Hood's Harfutimrlllii we have used Hood's Vegetable Mils, and llml them the best" Mas. Maiiia (iim n.v, Xeula, Illinois, Hood'a Pills euro nausea, sick headache, tndlgestion, biliousness, gold by all druggist M 1 Isasonreeof nneh 1 1 II 1 1 suffering. Tho system II 11 U should be thoroughly cleansed of all Imiiur fll il AsTle". and the Blood III lllkeitlnahealthyooB. '"'"'moyoi an taES of whatsoever origin, tiiid builds up tho gen eral health. Pot three vein I waa ao troubled with malarial polaon ihat mo wst an ill charm, I tried mercurial and Potash remeiliei.l'ut could get ae r.iif A tew iwuca viar-H made I com. Diet, and per. mam.nl nir.. HADE J.A.RICE,Ottaa,Kaa. I PURE EltOMto it THt HitHttt MtBieu Atmtoiimi SnETrrHOLlMHALER 13 jfcf hJ IsUAMU Trill euro ynu. A TS rr JMs-wnilirfiil boon to uiturora VF InflHenzu, llrnnehilln, crlJAYPRVElt. Aforas imnuLitterilirf. Atieniulent rrmci'T. cnnrpnlent to curry in pnPstPt, waft? to J"" on Art tndlratlon of cold. 'an tinned Uao 1-tTecM l'd-itinnent Ture. ORtlr'ftcUonfmariiitccdormorf'jrofiinclt'd. Price, AO !. Trial tan nt Dningttsts. It?nlflterod mull, ft ceutt. E. C GDSBXiS, Kir., Urea Lrcn, Midi, B. S. L OTTSHMAIff'O UPUTUni Thn mnnt nrt nfert wiuMt for fflLll I I1UL tiinkiudiKfianei.KfF.inin.luli.Rult Rhoum.nifi Sorts, lliirm, Cnii. Vtimlerful rem ttij UirrU.VM. Price, arcti.HtIni.nl U ffeta or by mull prcpslrt. At1dr.;g''fi nfaivw. PWrVin DvuurcU a nm to (10 (lava by ft a-WnaloRem-P IVsitive prools and 10p(iif(i Ivoif, iliuttntml from lirefrompebplaoured.rrtiehymrill When IIntRprtiiifs U nd Mercury fui, Our Mnrle Remedy wllll unjftlely enrn. COOK HKTIKMY (O., fhlrum, III, i annr-M jfft i-if n,n wmmm CUPID'S NERVE PILLS. For Curt of Exhausted Vital f n trqy, Lost of Brain Power, Fall kg Memory, Seminal WcakMtt Spermatorrhea, fmpotency, Self Distrust, Errors of Youth, Trent' bling and general Weakness and Loss of Power of the Qen erativa Organs, WIV make you feel good all th time, Prloi 1.00 por Box, 6 Boxes $5.00 Iddren D2, OTTO BISMARCK, F. 0. Boa) lo. an, ST. 10V1H, X", For 8alo by C. K. Northern ft & Co. TIUDB VAHK llltilKTKRmt MADE A WELL KAN OF ME," TUN II HEAT HINDOO REMEDY tRODUCKS TUB ABUVS BKHt LT8 la 80 DATH. Cmi Pcrvoui Dlfiooeu, Fi,ilhii Memory, lion, gives viuor tucliritiiki-n ornr.nu.enubui (iDuetB arai qiiic-Kiy mil hurt iy ri'i'WPt) I,nt Al Hiihnnd naldoryuung. Kiiiilly rniTlrtl in in;t im'!:i t. Pilro 91.00 n piolcatre. m for r,. will, ,1 wrllli-n rnur rriiifip!d druprgi! t Ht ll y.m any kind of h-tttuti neist onhavlriK I.MMI'tMiont' other. If lie Kiwi nUetot are or nionfT rcfucitcil. Puii't liti.in Eat it, we will nend It ttr mm I upon rcf i.t of nripp, rvmpnlctlnwiilr-drnveloiif'frro. AddiPni OrfraU Icdlcal Cthf TnfriHimt iulrafOs III., omuriKini SOLD by C. E. Northcrafl & Co., ChnmiKtB, North Cod n r St., ABU.ENE, KAS , and olber leading Lost IhvMi and vipor qutrklw rMtoreibVarii'ocele, StroPhT. etc.. urc!y enrfi hy INItAIMl. tho ffreat Blndoo Remedy. With wrHlw nHnriiiti-B lonr. Boidby 0,.MOUTHtJKAFTACO.,Clie mltti.Abelllie. Kan. nltrhtly I Nil A Pit. Cc:p!eiloc Mmi TU csm Mi Bamovcfl FrteUei, ffmplet, ' iktn, Plmptet, Uver - no iaabani, a tores 100 bkiu iu lis urigi- nal frcsbness. producing a dtlaa an A npnlthv num. vneiwnitona aim inin'tiij uwiiiirw, , ilsts,ormailudfor50cU. ftoudlorClioular, WIUU Mn ounr " "wj in-,-. - -lo cmrirtiaf Hp, tor tbo Inllut, ud wiUwot livat M tbo nuiwr. Alimluirtr Jhiw ud dvlldUMj mmL Al dmntit, Prlos 25 Cants. Q. C. BITTNER4 CO.,Tolcoo,0. Our New Drees was 'Pur chased of T Y P 1I1E SCITY.0' J tyJl Si OX TOrKSTV 1 lllB.L.iJ fiiiiiM SWINGING 80NGL A luminock gentir iwloglng, A mother beodg atxire; She to her btbe la ilaglnf With bemrt all full of lore. ' The little maiden iwayiof Beneath the treeawood tree Hai eet her heart to laying: "Low me as I love thee. " 80 nwaylng, BlQgtDf eloffly Her loved one to and fro, Her heart with rapture holy Out to her babe doth go, And while her thought are itrarinf Among the days to be, Her heart li ever laying: "Love meat I love tboa.H Another hammock twinging, A lover benda above, i Be to his iweetbeart tntring Wl th heart all full of love, The lovely maiden iwayiog Beneath the greenwood trea Baa aet his heart to saying: "Love meai I lovo tboa" So swaying, swinging slowly His loved one to and fro, His bart with rapture holy Out to his love doth go, And while bis thoughts are straying Among tbe dayi to bo Bis heart Is oversaving: "Love r.e m I love thee." William S. Lord, In Chicago Record DAVE'S BROKEN LEG. It Caused a Bomanos Amons fho Bsrkshir Hills, It was away up in western Massa chusetta lust where the famous old post road through the Berkshire hilla winds itself Into New Ashford. The black vanguard of an approaching sum mer, storm crept along the valley be- Und us, and a few stray raindrops al ready warned that it was time to seek for shelter. We turned in at the open gate of t'.te vine covered porch of the first farmyard, and riding up to the vine-covered porch of the quaint old house lifted our wheels to protected spots at either side of the paneled door. It may have been pre suming upon hospitality as yet unex tended, but then no one stops at such conventionality in the Iteikslilres, and were we not in the Iicrkslnres? The storm burst, and we sat on the porch beside our faithful steeds, watching the clouds hurry by, the tall trees bend in the eddying wind and the aool ing water fall to tho thirsty earth. Somehow the smoke of our cigarettes seemed strangely out pf place, in that old fashioned spot, and llarvey observed that he would have felt more comfor table with on old brier and n package of plug cut A quiet half hour slipped away, while the storm increased rather than diminished, and realizing that we were to be weather bound for a few hours at least the necessity of a lunch eon became apparent, and Harvey arose to tho attack, llarvey Is an actor, in season, and what he lias learned in the matter of picking up meals on the western circuits helpa him Immeasur ably in Bummer vacutions, Repeated beating upon tlio door failed, howovcr, to elicit the slightest response from the inmates, and my anticipatory dreams ofa soft-eyed, rustle Ganymede went gloomily to pioc'3. "ThcM must bo a eorpso in the house," remarked llarvey reassuringly, loaning upon his bicycle and turning on ma a look of hnn'j.'y resignation, i was framinir in my mixl a ne.it reply, more sarcastic than apropos, when tho oaken door suddenly opened imvar.l, and on extremely prutty girl, with long, curly, golden hair ami big blue eyes, confronted us. Surprise was mu tual, but she seemed the m ist con- fased. J "Why, why," she faltered. "I-I thonght to fin one of the neighbors, but--but" ! "There Is no cause for alarm," inter j rupted Harvey in the voice of his most I approved stage father, "Wo ore per ' feet gentlemen, although our appear j ance is admittedly against us. We took the liberty to use your porch as a ! shield from the weather, and trust that I we ore not Intruding." I "Oh, no no," she answered con fusedly. "You will excuse me. Dave is hurt I must go for the doctor," and she ran by us and down the stops inlo the rain, lifting her calico skirts just high enough for us to see that her pretty feet were but thinly covered with light slippers, llarvey was at ner side in an instant "Pardon me," ho soid. "Where docs the doctor llvo?" "Only a mile or so," she replied with out stopping, "up the road." (Hho pronounced it "rud" but I am writing this in English.) llarvey caught her arm, and pulled her back to the shel tering porch. "But you must not run a mile or so," he cautioned, "in such a storm as this, without hat, shawl, or shoes, It would kill you. I will go for the doc tor. , My wheel moves faster than your little feet" The girl hesitated a moment and then, as Harvey stood ready to Btart away, thanked him shortly and gave directions for finding the doctor's house. "All right Good-by," he shouted, leaping into the saddle. "You toko care of Dave." "Oh, dear, I hope he'll hurryl" said the girl turning to mo as Harvey that out on the road, and sped away through the mud and rain faster than he had ever run from the villain in the play. I thought a reply unnecessary. "Perhaps I might assist you," I ven tured. "I am a bit of an amateur physician. May I see Dave?" She led the way into the narrow hall way, up the creaking staircase, wall papered at the sides in imitation of white marble, and into a stuffy little chamber Just under the dripping eaves. A great, deep chested, sun burned young fellow lay upon a tiny iron bedstead, while one muscular leg hung over the edge, shattered and bleeding. An old' woman with soft gray hair and the eyes of the girl bent above him and called his name again and again, in tones of the most piteous tenderness. As we entered she turned to my pretty guide, and, regardless of a strange presence, cried: "He is dead, Clcmmle, deadl My Dave is dead I" and fell at the side of the little bed, sobbing and crying. The girl quickly glided by me, and placing her hand upon tha man's chest, said quietly: "Ileis not dead only unconscious.'' I drew near and saw at once thut she Was right The limb had been injured in some farming accident and an artery broken. I set about to stay the flow of blood. The girl brought me a bit of tape, and together we bound it tightly about th Ueedlng limb, but It was not strong enough, and the flow was only decreased. I tore a slip from tha counterpane and I wound it over the tape, and this was a deuideJ Improve ment Meanwhile the poor mother bad tainted of nervous exhaustion, and tha Iff mAmiA,Ana vos THE SCHOOL BOY Is often a satTenr (rem hmdache. Tha seat of sick headache is not in the brain, for If you regulate the stom ach and bowels you'll .M if 1wt m,k A! brain-work and brair JUre brings on a rush raj " aire with headache, dixri 1 Bess or "noes bleed." wiaa nwtvrtaa Wm r ef Dautm, Valtaramm Co. N. r trim: Buffered from loaf of appetite, oonsUpatlon. neuralfla, and imt weakness, and hadter- 1 rtblu attacks of sick eauaua. nj 8uentlr; also nose leed. Mr health waa ao poor that I waa not able to to to school tor two years. I took Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets and 'Golden In a short time 1 was stronf and well, Many Mends an taking four medioiiiei, aMtoi what loey bare dona for ma." Pure soap i.-iwliiie. !:.m,vi ' soaps a- adiik ra:c,: v.;i;i Rosin, l'erluine s .n)i) .us in washing soip t lii'lu the odor of dtxiyiiij aninul lat, or "Soap groisu." Wash ing powders are strong alka lies, and ruin clothes washed with them. The purest soap obtainable, is the best and cheapest. Dobbins' Electric Soap, is pure, white, un scented, unadulterated, and has been acknowledged ever since 1 869 to be the only pure family soap nude. Is it economy to save a few cents buying a poor nasty soap, or strong alkali washing p w tler, and lose dollars in ruined clothing ? It AIOT uw Dobbins Electric Soip, "w 1 white as snow, and a! pure r.il hirm'esi. o,, y ur srtving will be venly tines the map hi t. It 11 no new Knrim-nt.ft)!' it hat b-en nude ever since 869 Look out for imitations. See t'vi' u- nine is on each wrapper, Dobbins ooap MTt? Co PHILADELPHIA. What is this how any It is the only jow (ting) winch cannot be pulled from the watcl. To be had only villi Jas. Boss. Filled and other watch cases sKfS- stamped with this trade mark. Ki Ask your jeweler for pamphkt Keystone Watch Case Co. PHILADULPIIIA. AND BEST LESS THAN HALF THE" PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS QUARTERS SOLD IN CANS ONLY PTRilL I PACKAGE A PRORHARRIS PASTILLES FOR THE CURE OF (VITA I LV WEAK). Ht1i in by tea eioicAPt'llrmlnn (o (jiuIm-i itui'i; 'tHtj inciKil urnln or i.'f; HlllAL rlMTSMvlln inlMlplifr.ftr lir.t.'u linliln pr.nl iafi"1 In you tit. laUFfiV UCU H(llltHTI) KMlHitHlil;Hll,ITer ncAlV AilR f:iuiHtHvw,MiMiw thHri. Tl-U VI tit V U Hnllrtfctrtl.r llH U In VUI Miami II1B. tllU MiHH lark nl ilm, viiir, anrl lriilh. llli M-iuai f,i ( iqi 1tI -ilrcil an-1 wt-ivk -tn-1 K -irj r n r.-tjr In Kfi procrM nl1 pjf. WlltN WE SIT gBE:Wi,'ifl It n-.:i lii'ih rtt,1! ((tlfatiiriiii ridl'H In jb.- tiejie joar, TirTrt,''vl'1rn''',of,,nrr',lh 10 Harris W GSOUJBLE MEDICATT T)PABTILLFH T Dl A I "rr lllbl 4k' " 1,1 il'''4l',", I-1 1 Ur . 1 w'wn Mn, ;o'm or oi.1, uRrn( frow thli trua'fiit rr'il,H thonM mh1 lh-lr (Hr o iftm farnMi rfuitlnm to htan)M,tbil 'inii kona Ihr triir rinditloB ttftb exit ti4 .r(rt Hifillflut Ml elTcfi k firoai.t (iim. lotmA In 5w T..i nfi-r ll wn t Ri. I.n.il. ,, oiln lllihMrt' nlrrrnr"! h 1 1" tirl J Piitillt Tr-ttrr.tit THE HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mf. Chomittt. SO BEEKMAM BTREET, WEW YORg. rirstpuMlNlii'dfn thu AMIon Weekly He fleriorMiiy.U 1WH.) ' Notice to Pa nters. Tlie Board ut TriisU'" of the ftmnly IHirli Sflniol.nf IM'-klitm Intiiity, K;ui-;u( will tvi'Hv1 -"'iili'l lit'l1- Htitll II o'l-lifli, H. m. July y, wa, al tlicoftlritnf tlif county nupi-r-hiH inli jit, for furiiMiliiK tin ninl'Tlni mid In t Mir v nil p:il tiling ilic exlt-rlur whih! it ml rm-i'ti mirk of I In- old mrt of tin- MIkIi rVliool hitfUHiiff nttd t;iimlml tin-riMtf if Hit cntfn tiiiiidlnn:. .n'''nli,nir HiHitt'i'lH-HtlofH now on file In llm otll'-e of lli I'tiunty xupt-TliiU'n-dHit. Tin' fiKlrt to rejtjct any or all I.Ms In n-sei-vi'd. 1- F. Hhihi, A, Hi, Lijwnr. I'tvwdvnt. Clerk, -5 Miss Woia EM V7Vi PUREST Whm my llttl clrl u one month old.ibe had a scab form ortfier faoe. It kept proadiii; until she waa completely covoretl from houd to foot. Thou she bud boilH. Shi liad forty on bar head at ouo time, ami more on tier body. When aix monthi old Alia did not weigh aflveuwmmls, a pound and a half leii than at birth. Then htsr skin itarted to dry up and 0t bo Iwd she could not shut her eyea to ileep, but lay with tliem half oten. About thU time, 1 utarted tulnf the CmvcHA RXMEDIKX, and in me month iht tmi ampUtrty cured, The dot! tor and dnit bllli were over one hundrti dollars, the Cutktiu bill waa not more than fir dollars. My child la now strong, healthy, and large aa any child of her age (we photo.), and It li all owitik to Cltici'U. Ymim with a Mother's Hleaains. MV. OK). H. TITKKR. Jn., 832 Walltor St., Milwaukee, Wla. Bold throtiRhoit the world. Torm Pano wt) Chkm. Corp., rolo Prop., Bonton. "All about the Blood, Skin, ricaJp, and fl!r," mailed free, ITaby RlrailohM , fttlllnn halr(nnd red, rough handi prevented and cured by Cuilcara Soap. WOMEN FULL OF PAINS Find tn Cutlimra AntLPali flaa- ter initant nd grnttful relief. It li the flrrt end ouly pain-kllllBg, atnoftheiiliii pluter The Portfolios of the MAGIC CITY re printed In Natural IMiotoirrnitlilc Cnlors W I licit jfl ves (() (lie llMiHtl-iiliniisa soflne uiiil nmrvt'liuts limuily of II11M1 never mUiliK'il by liny other iHililieallon. The t'omplele Hi'rlen (1ft mntilierM) will eou stltutt' ii Ui'KU mid llPUHtirulohloim Voliuiu' llxW-y liH'lii'H. lllustruled with Over 300 Grand Views, Hlieclully BeprcHt'iillnn: All the I'rliiflonl lliillillntrs, tJreut Piiltii Inus, l'ohlKii and Slate Ititllilli.KH.tVMirHteri Statuary, lieueral Views, l'oni,)h'tt' Views nf the Art tiilllel-y, Interior Views, t'hnmcler SlieteheHon the Midway, Archlleflural He all, Curious TorelKii Types, And all Hie tlraud and Wonderful Featuros of tint (ii-eat World's Tulr, made tit tliu helKht of llie Hnli'iHlorofttie World's Kximsitloii, By a Special Corps of Artists, Ineludltiir 1 Jit Ofllelnl I'lioidiimpherof tho U. , Unvi'i'iiiiieiit. The Hest Is alwityH the most Desirable. On receipt of a lb. Cat) Sheaf Sodu wrap per and ten cents, we will mall onu ntimher, or Iti wrappers ami tlM will rtecure tlie I'oiu plete set. AddrwH DeLAND k CO; r'alriwrt, N. Y. OLDEST and ORICINAt, 10 WEST NINTH STREET, (NEAR JUNCTION.) KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. Raiular iraduata -atitltorliad by tha to ba tin lead ing and moat euo oaaatul (paclalist in BLOOD, NERV. OUIandliHlMY Nervous Debility With Aa Muny (Jhomy Sywptomi Cand, Lost Vitality Perfectly tad Permueutly Rettond, Syphilis Cind Air Lite Without Mtrcury, Urinary Diseases Quickly Relieved and Thoroughly Curad W Y4 In Dr. H. J. Whittler lnvar YY 11 T lablyKUccessfull' Hecautte ho " a rniikos no pronileea that ho WtMsWsWttmsM onnnotullllia Avoid cheap cure-alla and unskilled phynlclaas, andconwult Dr. Whlitlor tn prrwm or by letter (giving symptoms) and receive the candid opinion of a physician of long eipcrlonrei jutqueitioncd skill and sterling Integrity, MKUICINKS from our own laboratory fur nlishcl at small cost and shipped anywhoro secure from obflorvutlon. TllEATMKNT never lent 0. 0. D. CDCC CONSULTATION. I llCC URINARY ANALYSIS. Office hours0 to 4 and 7 to 8. Sunday 10 to IS, aO Hi stirs ' "'a't'1 n,l KinfTRfnelen VjUBUU'i fori vUk fltauiM to prtiniy. Call or addreRH In strict conflilcnro DR. H. J. WHITTIER, W Wait Ninth ttreol, Nansaa city, MO, Irrigated Fruit Lands. Did you sec tltn fruit In thrs Malio exliiliit nt the WorlJ's 1'nlrP Nutliinjr linor, lirst prumliinix nnil all rnlneil on IrrlgHloil html, Ii'k suro, It'saliiinilimt, it's imilllalilo, It' your o)iortiinity. 'i'lie fimiitry Is ni'W, tho litmls are cheap, umt the eititeni market Is from olfU to 1.6D ) miles nearer tlinn to similnr lunclri in Oremni, Wnsliini'ton anrl California. AilverlisiiiL' mailer sent on nipliealion. Aililress, M. II. Fulton, u'ent U. I', system, Aliilene, Kansas, or E. I,. l,omax, G. P. & T. A., Umalia, Neb. Children Cry fo? Pitchor'aCastorla. Excursion to Asliimry Park, N. , The Haltiinoro ami Oliiu It. It. Co will sell exeiirxloli ln kets to Anbury Park, K. J., anil return from all nninta on iu 1liiiH .Inlv 7. M untl II. (food retiirninjf until July 10 vtlti' tho privilege ol extenmnn iliilllMeptemner 1, provided Hie reliirn portion of the ticket is driiOKil'"! with the ioint i i ajent at Ashurv Park on or before July 1.1, Tickets will lie valid, for pasnajfe via New Vnrk and will 1m Is sued for the outward journey via 1). & O, It, H. ami Washington and for return journey via any of the other through lines. The return Irlo rnlo from Chieiu'o will be and eorresioniliiii;ly low nun all other points on tho 11. & U. system. 'ricL-f.t. u-tll lin anlil nt nit lirinptti,,) - I I ofhYcs tlirimlioel the wi'.-tanil north west. Fot information in detail ad dress I.. S. Ailioi. Asst. V.. V. A.. II. & 0. K. R., (irand Central Dtnot, Chi cago, IU. 47 3 4o Br.VIIITTIER torattTM I was just VMglnnlng to wish myself back on Park jraw, whan H array's familiar roica reaoandad through the house, and in another minute h. and the doetor.eorered from head to loot with mud, were with me. "Brought the doe along on mj coast ers," explained Harrey. "Ilia hone was too alow for the case," The doctor promptly ordered the girl to remove her mother, and then with our assistance set the broken bones, bound up the leg and gave the patient I light Injection ol morphine. By this time the old lady had recovered and waa back again. Tha doctor reassured her in a few words and cautioned against disturbing the aleeper, "Let him sleep aa long as he will," he said, "and I'll hare him about in a fortnight," "A fortnight!" axclalmed the mother. "Why, what will become of the farm? He wa getting tn the hay when the horse shied, and he went under the rake and waa hurt We cannot do that work, Clemmle can only look after the cowa and chickens and the garden, and I'm too frail to help her. Ohl Dave, if we should lose yon" turning to the bed "It would be all orer." The alacrity with which Harvey and I offered to remain on tha scene and play farmhands until Dave waa well was, I thought, only equaled by Clem mie'a seconding ol the proposition, and we staid. Those three weeka It waa three be fore Dare could walk were a beauti ful Arcadian dream a breath of a life we had nerer known before. It waa all novelty, all Interest to us, and Clem mle was a most excellent instructress in the gentle art ol larmlng. Every night when we had dono milking the cows, feeding and watering the stock and all the hundred other things that rustics hare to do, llarvey would say: "There Is no getting around It, you've got to write a pastoral play lor me when we get where there are pen and ink. If, after this, 1 can't out-Whit-comb Whltcomb and out-Prouty-Prouty I want to know." And it seemed like dropping the curtain on the prettiest sort of a play when one sunny August morning we rolled our wheels out and pointed them for Pitts field. The trio of the old house stood upon the quaint little perch and watched u s oil up and make ready, Dare was just able to bo about and help himself. There wore tears in the old mot) ir's eyes when she held our hands and said: "Good-by, my sons, and Uod be with you. You have helped him to save my Dave, and he will bloss you for It, I've always heard that actors and newspapor men were vory bad, Indeed, but I'll never believe It again, Oood by." And then Dave, on Clemmlo's arm, hobbled down to the old vine wound gate, and there we left them standing In the shadow -of the great elms and waving a parting t hat we had promised should not be for long, Neither of us had much to say aa we glided along at the toot of the emerald hills, and, for iny part, tears would have come easier than words. "That was an odd remark ol Clem- mle's this morning," said Harvey at long tn, "about losing a ring and mak ing us all awear to return It when Jound." "I thought ao at the time," I an swered. Just then he dived Into his coat pock et, and producing his cigarette case opened It with an exclamation of sur prise. "What's wrong?" I queried, riding alougBlde. In reply he held out the case, and there, on the cigarettes, lay Clemmlo's little turquoise ring. "Shall you keep your promise?" I asked, "Of course," said he, fastening the jewel securely to his watch chain. "Of course I will but, say, you might post pone writing that pastoral play for me until I roturn the ring. There may bo a new suggestion for you." Ooorgo Taggart, in Journalist Oolii Far for a Precedent, it Is about fifteen years since the District of Columbia courts ceased to consider Oood Friday a non-juillclal day. In Chief Justice Carter's court at that time the old custom was first changed. Bald the lato Hon, ltlchard T. Merrick to the late Chief Justice Cartteri "You will not hold court to-mor-i row?" j "Why not?" said the chief justice, i "It will bo Oood Friday," answered Mr, Merrick, "Court has never boon hold on that day." "This court will be hold," declared the chief justice, "Then," said Mr, Merrlclc, "Your honor will be the first judge who has held court on that day since Pontius Pilate, "St. Louis (Jlooo-Democrat. Bar Final Answer. He had proposed to Iwr in an ex tremely florid aud luxuriant, not to say tropical and soulful, manner, and Bho had received it with laughter and merry gibes. Naturally, this course of treatment didn't Improve his temper, "What do you take tne for, anyhow?1 he asked, furiously Indignant Again that provoking laugh, "I don't take you for anything," she replied! "I reject you utterly. Good evening, sir," and site, loft him to his meditations. Detroit Free Prose, Lopoi do Vega, among hie volumin ous writings, has fire novels, The first is without the letter a, tho second with: out the letter e, the third without i, the fourth and fifth purpoaely omitting o and u respectively. High rive and Euchre Fartiea should send at onco to John Sebas tian, 0. T. A., 0. K. I. & P. It. It, C'hicnifo. Ten cents, in stamis, per pack for tho slickest cards you over shuffled. For fl. 00 you will receive freo by express ten packs. 169 3m CURB H rt'W "Till rVrwitfite Trentmi-nr, cenalsllnit of fttl'i'OHITOIiltH, Ciipmilii. it OlDltncnt ai. l ti ifc.if.Kit Oliilrrii i.l. Aniir-f illli'tfOur. forlwa f,r fv('ry!iiitni'o(.i!.tn.i(r.)a, ltjjinkpuaiiHjrtl"ti l'ti !!")!. mfu or Ji.Hlir.nsnf rnrlxjIU) ad'l.wUl sro rn!i!! ul ar'l flown a j.rn.iHioilt nire, and nf Itb pmiuw In ecr.in, rjnli'' nwwry. trVhy endure tun rrr,S! lisanni? WJ sjunrantee 8 hones to core onv oaee. "V wii my r braeliu rif-tf'-'l. il a Inn.ii I ir 1' IT "usU. 1: f.n.iri-r'p'-if'-u'.ll.ynura,-"!!.. LUlaO i li ft I .N 6,JLjs.U..rl'll.tt ! rr-stf T.VVI-rt and h-ftlM Al :ll UUiULATi HI mi Kl -ViJ I'-tll H'- fill"'!. "M H'",i' ' , iwduii oiptl ur oliUJiua uaw. ulm Qulick, the Druggist Abilene, Katua What is Ctutoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prMaiption for bituU ' and Children. It contain neither Opium, Morphine not other Narcotlo substance, ltu harmleM lubttltute for Paregoric, Drop, Soothing gyrup, and Caitor OIL It it Pleatant. It ruarantee thirty jtut' hm fcy Mlllloni of Mother. Coatorta dettroy Worm and allay feTcrlahnet. Caatorla preTent vomiting gour Curd, cure Diarrhoea aud Wind Colic. Caatorla rtllerM teething trouble, cure contttpotlon and flatulency. Caatorla aulmllate the food, regulate the rtonaoh ud bowel, giving healthy and natural deep. Caa toria 1 tho Children' Panacea the Mother Friend. Caatorla, "Castoria la aa uwllftfit nwdlclM for ehtj Iran. HoUun bat. npuudlj told, ma of lta rood allMt upoe Ibttr oalldraa." Da. 0. 0. OeaecD, UmU.ataas. Oastorla IsUMbritreroadrfor oolldna of which 1 am acquaints!. I hops the day Is Dot (ar dtotant wheo mothanwllleotialder the real InlerNt of thslr oUlldri, and uati Caatorla in ttsad of the variousquaok itostnims which an dctaroytng their loved ones, bjr foretaj opliira, nurpblne, soothltLf svrup aad ototr hurtful sjenta down their throats, tharebr rKradinf atwntopntnatun'fraTM.'' Da, 1 1. KrricatLos, Ooowar, Ark. Tke Oeateu Oaapaar, TI kT V'Hin wr iiw yVK A DREAM OP FAIR WOMEN. fH&f" ' Wedreimertfbliit, at Vk Ureiiniicome trut, ja XSf twTWiL Until, for very pity'i lake, VjV,M 1 f4!iJ T1"' ,uir,,,,lk nrm cotnmegctd tomika J fAJiW 3 Ujtr w TfieHonp, thnt incur dreamiweplanii TjDjr u f That celtbralcd. weUknown branil- M rTrl CLAIRETTE W SOAP. Ilil.K,FlllllHlCOart,st.ia Iarrnnr ..a irrrii iilitiiolitirrdr-tttdoiiMiteiicj'. i'vvi nv.tt k f'U'uuwii Utv Uvw. Ut BtruHt and r in khirvsRtMlttiflurlimryorwniiioUllim f!tr 1111 tCNW MtrentfUieiianiiil reiiioniaaiiiall waiik (jibhii . . Pli P? fM'.Mi ih th" nnly known rvmerfy to ctpo wniiout an Mjwrntfn. SWOlPunwonli tin, A wrltliTi Riiiiriiiit'nRlviiuii(lrtifiniy rcftirnml ti nil Ihixph wt not all'dct A twruaiiuutMna) 1.00n box, aix Mr tfl.in, liy mull. Numl for KincHdrculitr and ti'aiiiuoiilala. k AildreM WAVOL MiaUICINH CO., P.O. Dox Wfl,! iiclaco.CoJ, frrSuUbf Hold by J, II, Qlaiaaner, d rung lit, Abilene, Euuu1 , DNAOQOAnTTBD WITH TBS 9B00RAPBT Or THE OOtfHTRT, WIU OJTAIK MUCH VALUABLB lNrOHMATlOlf rBOM A iTQDT Of THU MAP Or Til CHICAGO, ROCK ISL1X9 & PACIFIC RAILWAY, ircliifilnir matn lnn, feiianchns and extenslone But and West of tha ilBBOurt River. Tim Direct Koute to and from Oblcairo, Jollet, Ottawa, 'eurla, La Sulla. UuUni'.Korlc Intend, In ILLINOIR-Uavsoiiort.Maijcatmo. Ottumwa, Oh) iloonn, tins Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan,and Council Dlutls, In 10Wi.-Mlnnoanolla end St. Paul, Tn MINNEaOTA-Wotertown and Sioux Po ls, In PAKOTA-Camoron, St, Josoph, and Kaneaa Olty, In MlSSOUlU-Otuaba, Falrhury, and Seleon, I? NtDHIlABKA Horton. Topekta, Vutchlaaon, Wlchl, BnUevlllo, Abilene, Ceddwelt. In KANSAS-Vonaf lOreoli, Kintrneher, Kort Hono, In tho INDIAN TEnglTOBT-aiid Oolorarto eprlnra, Donvor, Pueblo, In COLORADO. FREE Becltntnn Chair Car to and irom Olitoinin, Caldwell, Hutchlnaon, and Dodge City, and Pulaee Bleep Intr Cars between Cblotago, Wichita, and Hutcblnnor), Truveraea new aut vunt arena of rich fomlriif and graalna; lands, atlomina; the beet luiUiaa of Intiirooinmunloatton to all towns and cities east and weet, nortaweaa and aouthweat of Cbioago, and Pacldo and eronitoeeanlo Seaport. MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TPIN8, Leadlntr all ooninetltore In splendor of equipment cool, well jraitllated, unit true from dust. Through Ooacboe, i ullroan Sleamera, FREW Hecllntnt fihalr Cam, and (east of Missouri Htverl Dining Care pBlly between Chicago, Son itolnni Council Blulfs, and Omaha, with Fro Becflning Chair Car to orth Platte, Nob., end botwoen Chicago and Colorado Bpringe, Denwer, and Pueblo, via at Joseph or Kansas City and Topeka, (Jplondtd Dining Hotols (ninilshlnrj nionJs cX soaeonable noursl weet of Blespurl River. California Excursions dally, with CHOI08 OF BOOTES to and from Bed) Li ,ako, Ogdon, Portland, Los Angolea, and 6an Franclaoo. The DIRBOt ,INSi to and from Ptlte's Pee!;:, Manltou, Oarden of tbe Gods, the 8aoitait bll.lli VI aauu injiu r.una rour.. una, and fjoenio Uriuidoura ef Colorado, VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, i( solid Bxprnae Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and St Paul,' with TUltoUOH Reclining Chair Care (FRBEI to and from thoee points and Kansae City. Throuiri Chair Car and Sleoper between Peoria, SplrltLak, and 8IOHX Falls, via Rock Islufd. The Favorite Line to Plomtone, Water town, Bloux rails, and the Summer Re aorta and. Hunting and Ftahlns Grounds of tho Northwest. , TUB SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offer tAclliOM Jj travel between Olnclnnut, Indianapolis, Lafaette, and Council WuiTa, 8. Joseph, Atchison, Leav V-wth, KaosaB City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. For Tlckits, Hups, Foldore, or desired Information, apply to any Ttokat OBoe in the V nl'.ed BUioa or Uunada, or aCxeaa E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN, tEaiagv, OHIOAOO.IU Oi'lIiaWl ajaai Castoria. "Crta k aewladapMatalilHhWBVa 1 rcotniiaaiMto.ilaaTrisalale aanwatoBM.'' R. a.Aaean,ltlli, 111 , Oxford St., BroosJrs, H. T. "OurphrslclaMLB tha ehlldnt'a dapara nuat have apokaa tughlr of tatlr eiparl enoe la their outsUt praetioa vlmOastena, and although we ealy have anon ear nedloal wppllsa what at knewa aa narular products, rel we are Ins le eetfsas that Ike merits of Ceakrrle has woe as a leek ww favor rrpoa It." Uams Heamu an Dtarnruav, I luoa Bmri, Pm., amy Itrswt, Vt Tark 0. MANHOOD RESTORED, ThlNfrrMtVofBtAblt Vitullisi'rlti.tDrmTi)e If I'lirat Vim nt all Hutk tl hi ol n faiiiomf reiirh iliilclini, will iiiluttly cure vu ut tin' geiitrttllve imut, micb im J.oil Mauhoml, iiimiiiiiila, I'lilim 111 tint Jlrk,Ht'iiilnitl KiiHulium, Nitvuus Jlebllliy. i'tii.li'H, VnllliitM Ut Miirry, KxliMiMtlnif Jlnilim, Vnrinorcl aiitf ('(HiHiljmlfiin, llaUip nil Iiimoh hr ilav or iillit. Frevciiu quirk in . of dUi'lmnif . wlih'll liiiuttOiM'ttcit lHiuIn tn Hnrnnalirrhiaiauii