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THE TIMtS: GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. MARCH l, MOi.
i Damon and Pythias B7 LoulM Holland, (Crrtitfiit, im, I17 tlx loktn1 iiaiwu. K , i! 225 Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss. r o z 5' WASH fABRCS 2aaM FOREIGN LANDS f We will open and have on sale this week.one,,or i f Hie Most Select Lines of Wash Goods ever shown" in this city. Muslin Underwear. (tensive! v Complete! We will make a special of this line, f as we have purchased an immense gtock which enables us to give special-good values. s ' rt ri "1- c of embroidery now open for inspection; ail qualitka JUUU I ctrUDand styles. Give us a look and you will buy you buy. flens, Ladies' and Children's Neckwear. UP TO DATE Something: n6v7,- stylish, hobby. Caa1 satisfy ths most fastidious. V Rh , .b -St ...MT 7 "J f-f"! 4fc ,wirwirw.v -. w w k "V? m W .s , ', EVK11V umrDing, rain or hiue, heat or cold, you might ice her he pawed down the street. One thin, withered hand clusped the handle of a vey dilnpldated eatohel, In which were stored her warea; for he was n pedillrv in her own uiall way; and from houfse to house she went, some time to flud a purchaner for her hund kuit tidies, eroohetted edging and wlipper puttern, but ofteiier to 're ceive the uhiUlnj information that "We never buy of do peddlery;, mistress ain't to home," And at the end of the duy, us she would turn iuto tlfo dark street, and climb the rickety stairs leading to her poor little room, life looked very hard to her Uod seemed almost to have forgotten some of His children; but, as she opened her ('car, uud from the wull womd smile lcwn on her "lier Tom," her wild boy who had ahvnys loved and eared for "mother" who she knew would come back to her some day, hope once again wou'.d fill her heart, uud her ohildlike faith in the Kather would return, ,Aud then she would draw from her bosom and kiss the little gold cress h gave her the day he went away. 'Keep it, mother, always; perhaps some day you'll know." he whinpered; then he kissed her pood-b) . The offi cer took him away, and she had never seen him uiruin. , Late, oue eo'.d, rainy afternoon, she rang the bU of a toii:e!iks little cot tage on a street tv.at was t range to her. The detr was c.pei:ed by the lady of the house herself, who. on notlrg the tired, worn faee. the thin-clad fig tire and wet shoes, asked the little woman in, though a desire to pur chase her warea was not the motive that prompted the action. 6he opened her eBtehcl and dis played her goods. As.ehe spread them out before her. two little boys, evi dently tw1n. came running into the room. The little woman looked up "My. Tom! .'My Teddy!" she cried, holding out her arms to the little fel lows; then, seeing how startled they were, and the mother's wondering glance: "I beg your, pardon, ma'am," she said, "but, oh, how alike, how alike!" - ' ;, - I "Do you think sw?" returned the i mother; "everyone savs but for their height 110 one would realize they were twins; but my husljund was a i twin, -end he and his brother, he says, were exactly like our boys." "And, madam, I am the mother of twin boys, and at the' age of these lit tle ones, they were, at like as two peas'.' "How strange; tell 'roe about them, please." said the', sweet-faced woman, seeing that love and sympathy were ; more needed tint 11" money. 1 "If you 'wouldn't think me intrud j lug I novpr have anyone to talk to I now, am! sometimes my heart grows j m full, it .seems as if It must overflow ' to some one." ' - "John and f-were "married the sum mor I w;is 18. John whs considerably older than T. In all the country round he went by the nam? of 'Lucky John,' and we were as hnppv as could be, but for one thir s' no children came to us. lThe neighbors' boys and girls were growing up about us, but m mm borne the years, came and vvtnt, with never a little -child to comfort our hearts or brii-hten our home. "John ueter said much, but I knew how Jijf felt; und the day my boys earns I uan never forget it we had been man-led then J3 yearR John had business that Vpt him in town all day, uud whan he came home old Auntie Brown mat him at the door. " '5vr mJn' y r hosse, Lucky Job n ; h.y' tnithin' in this yer house we want yr ter pass yr jedgment on,' and ia same John. H gave on look at th two tiny budl lying In t-hs 11 woodeft trradl had held ilm wb.su h was a baby, and thea be took mt ia arise and, cried, - "Well, I cW bogi to tell yu what -See babit tbe Warehow they grtw WA tbreve, m tcng both at tbeis, i smart -tJi asalda't be brighter. AbA, a they pew alder, eueb stare M tkey act by au aatker. Jehu al Wy rid we ttimtii bare called tbem lMkSBjsB sad Pytfctaa; but we Bame4 tten softer tbei twe grendfathers Xbeedere art Tbemsu. ' "Teddy wa tA fjle of but father's e, - We expewtaA great things of t&mj jet, eaehew, though I iovtd a4 did fer batb mf boys-all a Mother elst ftoTemmy, b was alwaya la tramtl, was U aad recklese, aai, e be grew to Mntbood, sob eaid tn (tbengb I aevsi evnkl SelieT it) Hesny was netfeef byr and, if be MM A wkat wasn't exactly rigat MMtiace, it wa beaatue that big aaart at Ma ra wy witk Ma; u, iaaiahnw. tie mare treable be cat us- ta, tba atara t larei Kai be urimri wteA asare laTe; ? "WaU, bkLOhk bay tbak to tuxMimg, 'XM wa a Mawaatsat te raaser. t oaW4 te, tbaub be asad at caw jfbdmXi m t ttelMt; where he was fax ttarfhhalaVrr, taAer faaad aaaV CM tm tbMa katb, We by al.t at K ame aVatli Id.v, we Vmn, wVEtyi ia waii art Taas.--wa.ai, wa War flat f (ri ware feielaer. XMy waaj baf at kear Taaj ttrij, lt wo the aastal rronar tbey wara Trtf we watkU arf barjt Oi always axA tea Mob fa esaarr, I tkaaght, tbvacb e'ebsa sever caaa4 t mb), aaA va eaiaf pretty wtv Jbirra tot ban a tttle ttanhfa ejft ar twicjr aba aavw t!d me H abeot M, but be h4 wtmtm TWsts & firbtv aai Tm tgt Wi alace-'wbta. xa aifbt. aama aae Arave u ta tA Mar, aa I bear 7nm $ Teaea nmsnt tsaA Ateaaaar. Aac SW 1W walked away, faadertag a ftr tTo s saekserawa "This Wafli e ITa" wea aa a asar Ia the Wssa tt waa ijs tb asst. slay isc a eaaall Bar. Iba aavar apeat a siagla pesay that ? poatbly b saved. She saagbt far, Eh ebaayast Wttgings sad iljti aa the harAser! tort. Vat ar ebild, tba easaaalea ef so alaay laaely . heiM-s, aa always urrv. sli-osg wall- Be the Baeatka passed ea, aad "Thia erM a TT" ' M a kapay siaS ta ... : . . WMIli!i)iJil UU u ' 11 v.. II 'WW ?i Si As ' If WY LKiPo ,y ! E ' ' V '...,.... ,k- i :. ,..'. jt -4 Xecl Brabazon found bJ onset in a provitnual towa at C'ljrjiUuns, with the somedy e( hait a (mm sceoie eu hit tapable shoulders. To bja great sur prise aa he saitt Lottie Uyia was a twiajcling star, of tite-satae paatouiiaie. Qn tha aeoonS sight, nt-tia.g in, his dreasingcaafli, Brabaeoa. lrg to jiur. lie, aabe eftea.tt4 eret the retlc-Mioe oi Ae girl ha bat k&ewa so ltog. The Uaiiforiaa1soa. aoeae waa rapidly ap proachisg, aa bis awa part wu nearly ever. . : Sudiejaly tbiera was a taj at. the iaor, and tbe aext atiawte a caudle af haada were chopped, aa blahoaJiiei's. uti ha was face te face with Bere Hyde, "Ted I terellcha t S.et tie doeaa't baaw I've earner tfew nr yen ? Haw's ajy wife aa4 A boy ? Sbate yai-ejl ap,'14 maa,'- Wrtb diacaaaeeled wr liK uke.v, laagiiig aad tfurfdar tfrnbaxan's h li) the tine. Gordea rstttefi , happy, tread, aresptrens, -f tfll af exeitria't and aews. "WeS, I wtat t sarsijr .iiUel ach a yS ef i'Xeif. SBahSsttug-Ck-' Straadea in Ctaiiiiack. tfece e aaomthsartrr tJaatiri, Them weraa'c aa aaies wealik' far a ttxr. wetlw-C tell yea I was ea my beaaV" Be fltrety hlahlrclcmiUntel araia. raafaa wtajeeff. wbrttbr, batlDa wasfdaaeHif a.iwrstsj at atianta, "I ian't IbLakaaV e'thejf fejir eajili; hv pallet tbanfb? ffaflab wea, wltt ftAa pmtfb; "Wtkaia'tbew (ar .Latf) jeeOu-ei; I ifti hiva (tarwd, kt a leg, altfbayS"- ' Ted atarlefc le4ttV''aJ' locV hatawettaacbef ,Wr?W (brae pauft a tretV. t" "Of rears X wrata ad ta7d bar e& abaaUtt aaiUbe aaatM wad fhaiaba wj abwiaa iaiaCaa: w3i aoiiw plnrf fhaa l eTweJsaejtcf. ! tbta aaw. a yeusetljTetT Snthazaa beraajta aafarnad ta cttee aad ffefvct-f rtraf ,hif ,piv. stedfaUar laaf. ASaaiediaif T get te XAmklff, tiaatft araea, ".Ktarrhetr ifMt. a Xijabati) Tifa !HitaJr ec bacat af goad aW), What aptedi pratfactiap tbat 'Wart at vTae' saaat have beeaf I coald barf If bcMare ttat mf wife Was aria HA cbieC partt rTeil.rtarjwa r te ssfl' ikjsa aleag. Al Ivft, ea. a UAy lay, BlakarstaeTe eaa atraeat Busjier-1 ltr. Oae af bis ata brake Cewai tbera , wee ay obaace. He gavw sn a Wsai, sad I've beea, with blue ever aiece; he brought ate erer. What ie yea , 1 Jed?" 1 . ' ' "Has yoar wife beea eaadiag yen wauey fram the first?" : "Yesridiouloua little ajales!" tx ctaimed Uordea. "I dom't waat te ea plain. aid bey; it' quite right tfca the ad the uaild abaald be aaved frea mr hard leak. Sat, still, te eend ef.sllew guinea at a tlaw-oaee it waa 11 abU linge, pab y aaull ha waa earn ing sa ' muab she wreta aa aaab eheery lettM Ted.I eeB'taadentaad It!" Siawly, ia, bi awa uiet way, Braba saa begaa ta tell Oerdaa Hyde tbf truth. Sa drew the pletm-t of tba ln !y firl, wltb bet abiid la her arjes; be ihattared the Ha that- bar hTa bad prampted bar ta tall; there bad beea aa Zadea tacagtaiaat, na auoeaia, no atreka of taek: Jle daaribdv the wretcbed teas where she bad lived, ad thf lesg. weary walbe USreugb the atreata t eight ta save a few pews. As the etery at her leyal ailaaae aad, anntlens eeursge weat aa ferdaa, pat p bia baud cnddealy te abidd his eye rem the light, ana. ate Maa araepea farward, Thra a aaa leaf sHeac; ha Braba fail ajatee egaia; - ataat fe awa ; shall 1 tell bar J" nXtn tiaraa c lapse C tS MabC Mad aa they laatad at aaab phbat. t9t leave lac here far a fatit, Ted; CnbHawi" Alttt rg tbrauck tha wiajratb m bx placjs beblad aa ibmiuM igxk ft a the ef star a tha truCr asafiea km ba felt a Tux eadebst beat, aid, laakiag basflly aveiva, a r Hut It waa Tea Rajtaaaa. ifajtMftaadspek'aatewveicd. &att rare a ory at jay, edeliejei bate4a IhCeJber afar aiaaar, at tea rep aactet har far a attaufa a bia u "Miatf P yen tirtl"Bld ttate pjHkatr, "fittest Eigbfiri WPafl f)fbh yati are!" liatUe epraag fat pasiiia. 3ba ter I et ter cttrratiaaiags aa awayed itfr Ha aa her aarraw plarfenah walrtaf, aitiaf! " Aa- the tras.fvrstti seeae die- , played its waaders, tha big, bteefclaa segaa te ajeve. Slowly it slipped dswiu '. irard. iash by inch. A soft, resy etrele ; f Jiaht fell an the fisrnr Of Lottie .i H.fse. Herara'swereuMreehd; all per pale, yellew hair fall ever her houl Jers. er faae had iettiw eVrawa ltvb J ftraable. hat her parted Vaetresubled, ' tad her eyes were brisswisg over with sappy tsars. Cekr aad brilUaace leedad th. aiagt, 1 sad tbea, eae by est, aett XsWm f.ni ! tste farkatss, TU at'i !i;t. ; lbs owtsia s: i. itjs t,..,a ' flyde, breaking awny from lii fiiend, . ruehred inte the middle of the stfige ind lifted, bis wife from her Harrow laform,in a passion of lev and re none. . ." . :.,' Tad Srabaiion wa.tchi? tb f.ir b oinate, anfi lhra,,,3thont a word, ha slowly walked J tray, Maialy Abeub . E 6 i s o n . P h o n o g r aphs , and Records. We are agenta and eari-y h full lt'e at ,,.,", , 4u0.tmw vi'iruA. a. K Word " to Doctors M' have the higFuff regard for U sDri :! pnifcssiou. Our lueparatuioa art- nor iwal Af tha utirne mt m agnn Uay ' m, itiit ) mi her as aaaid. We bay U "i-iu as -iab)ilid trcth Uiut salsul e ,.d'r (6tn-ly injsui oue to tiinUni motbera The dtsti-eaa aad diatom - 1 1 x erwnced danai; the mouths prawui )( tlnl:birtb can Im al htvtaedualy l, txteuuil ireatmeatbf appi'i tag a I ninieiit that srtert and rr. hs the ver-traiued maaClfs. e Bashe sua Mil such a rmitatrai, im biaiusf !,' ingredients ia a asaaaet bttbevto.-ankihiwii, ai dca'l it rdotliersFri::' We knew that i tlKMir-aaJs f cj-h k baa proved mors ihea a b!ec. t ipavtout n others. It eveicoa-es tag eh burs') it relieves the scat of liKM"". . IktiU lin ct. d Bvr fii-i KwuIiud. Hard aad 1- , ' Breasts is avo ded. f.aW Hs .; :r ebtR-tcaed mul born of sweet et t ie p' n. We kiiov that many aoerurs revtm-snt-ud it, airfl w e ktv l.at 11 -.. . vi wsnstea go t" ibe dmg sttnes ati'i s -. it beeavise ibey are snrr tnt ir 1 h v have ao okj ion. W t a. !. t-. Just a fair, test, Ti ere is bo chauv injury Kini the se Met tier' a I'ria i -ally coiniH(,iu ,el. 1: iss-jid ist , i. tie. and should Iw -.isert cli:n, e k the period of es,:itioJi. a.u;-t relief i exv'e- 'rtu it v : tin: bt'fi cluii'fnrUi. , lustrau ii l'k uh r.t M'-t-i : Tin: tux: ', if! ' I- T !... , ..