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nen .Mrs. orosvenor Cre-cent went to
the country he confided the care of her
town house to a jouug servant named
Ellen She really had no iholce in Hie
matter, liecause the girl had no hoiiit In
jo to, otherwise she would hn e preferred
to leas, e someone more experienced In
stead of her, KUen bei'iir only 18 and not
particularly bright for her ace Mrs
(Jrosveuor Crescent he-Jtuted for a long
time, not whether she was morallyjustl
fled In lea(ns a joiing, inexperienced
Rirl alone lu a gloom Ixmilon house for
beeral weeks epoel to temptation
which the weariness of solitude would
only render more alluring, hut whether
Ellen would take projier care of the house
and furniture Could sho U trusted to
keep the windows Inckesl and the door
bolted, to warn off area sneaks, and,
above all, to remain in the house like a
faithful sentluel, ever igilant and alert'
Tills w as the anxious prohlem which eaed
I Mrs Grosenor Crescent's soul, theotlier
aspect the Idea of danger to the girl and
of moral responsibility to herself did not
occur to her mind In a serious light At
all ucnU. liming after mature delibera
tion armed at the conclusion that the
house would 1m? safe under the girl's
charge, s'ic folt i,o qualms of conscience
I on tho subject ol the girl herself
I Mrs Grosvenor Crecent departed then
I for her autumn holiday with her mind
full of cares es usually, but untroubled
by any misgivi iga aliont Ellen She had
given the girl a good lecture and fullj
believed that she was trustworthy It
neer entered her head to speculate
whether sho would be dull or ncrious,
or lion she would manage to get through
the day without a soul to speak to The
latter reflection, perhaps, would not hme
been superfluous, as Mrs Gross enor Cres
i cent hail taken cure to leae her enough
work to do to occupy e cry single moment
of her time
It was not until the evening of the dny
on which tho fnmih departed that Ellen
began to experience a vague feeling of
discontent and uneasiness As she went
oer the house to close it upfortlionight,
the gat hering darkness, tho unaccustomed
silence, the resounding echo of her heaty
footsteps on the nncarjeted floors, the
strange shadows thrown by the street
lamps Into the deserted rooms, and nliove
all the sudden sense of loneliness, startled
and dlsma)ed her Her mistress had In
quired of her, as matter of form, whether
she was nervous, and the Rirl had an
swered in the negative, not In the least
understanding the real meaning of the
word. Hut she crept up stairs to her
room that night on tiptoe, instinctively
holding her breath, and starting with
alarm at the creaking of the staim and
the rustling of her gown agninstthe ban
isters l'jr the first time in her life she
realized the misery of a sleepless night
caused by sheer nervousness and fright.
hen daylight arrived and she set
about her work Elln was inclined to
scoff at her fears, which she no w regarded
aa foolish and groundless. Bnt sixteen
hours of scrubbing and cleaning did not re
store her shaken nerv-s, and when dark
ness came her uneasiness revived. Natur
ally after some days she grew more
accustomed to her lonely vigil; and by
ilegreesshe contrived to obtain a few mo
menta of rest and sleep But her senses
were ever keenly on the alert, and hardly
a night passed without its alarming in
cident, due to some sudden and unex
plained sound In the deserted house. She
was perpetually haunted by the dread of
thieves and burglars, and this so preyed
upon her mind that her health soon be
came seriously affected.
Unfortunately, the rules and regula
tions laid down by her mistress for her
guidance onl? made matters worse It is
to be hoped that Mrs Grosvenor Crescent
In ordering the work she wished to be
done during her absence neither antic!
pited nor desired that the whole of it
would be accomplished If so, she over
looked the fact that stolid conscientious
ness was a characteristic of the girl Ellen,
who religiously performed day r day the
task allotted to her Hard ork, as we
all know is the most efficacious medicine
for ennni, but work unrelieved by any
kind of relaxation soon becomes a severe
strain. Mrs. Grosvenor Crescent's most
peremptory direction was that Ellen was
on no account whatever to leavo the
tmise, and to obviate the necessity
for this she made arrangements for
the girl s daily allowance of pro
visions to be delivered at the door.
The consequence was that from one
week s end to another Ellen breathed no
fresher air than found its way in at nn
open window, and saw no more of the
outer world than was visible from the
house. Xo wonder, therefore, that her
spirit drooped and her strength flagged,
w hile marked melanchoy took possession
At length one evening Ellen received
a communication from her mistress rela
tive to an expected letter, whl h was to
be forwarded to the country by the next
post The letter hail duly arrived, and
in obedience to orders the girl directed the
envelope and sallied forth immediate" to
despatch it. It was about 9 o'clock in the
evening, and It was the first time she hod
been outside the door since the family had
1 ft The fresh air, laden though it was
with dust and smoke of the London
streets, seemed strangely invigorating,
and the noise and bustle of thetrafflcand
the talk and laughter of tho passers by
affected her as they might have done a
person just awakened from a long and
weary dream. She was at once dozed
and delighted, nnd having posted herlct
ter she lingered a moment at the corner.
almost intoxicated with pleasure and j
wonderment at the unaccustomed scene
As she thus stood gazing about her, open I
mouthed, she was politely accosted by a I
well dressed young man who w as loung
ing against a lamp post smoking a cigar
Xow Ellen was by no means addicted
to making promiscuous acquaintances '
among the opposite sex Sho was, as we
have said, a plain, unattractive girl and
as no one had ev er nttempted to flirt with
her she was entirely innocent of any de
sire to court admiration On any other ,
occasion she would doubtless have re
s ponded to the greeting of this young
man with scant civility hut sho could not
resist tho temptation of exchanging a few
words with somebody after her solitary
existence of the past three weeks. The
young man addressed her so civily and
respectfully, and was evidently such a
superior young man for he wore a black
coat, nnd had a ring upon his finger and
a gold chain across his vest that the girl's
habitual reticence vanished and she en
tered into conversation v. 1th him, in course
of which he displayed a highly flattering
appreciation of her condescension She
mult no objection to his accompanying
her to the door of her master's house,
and after nearly an hour's pleasant chat
they parted in the most amicable manner,
with an understanding that the joung
man might by chance be passing that w ay
about the samt. Lour upon the follow ing
This simple adventure was an important
event in Ellen's life, for it nwakcDfd in
hr breast the first gleam of romance and
sentiment that she had ecr cxpenerced
The young man's words had bounded like
soft music in her ears nnd had stirred up
the dormant tenderness of her nature. Ho
had not mado lov e to her, ns she under
stood the word, there had been no attempt
at coarse horseplay which passes for gal-
I lantry among her class. But ho hod list-
I cned with interest to her artless remarks,
1 had told her frankly his position and
prospects and had pointedly inquired
whether she was "keeping company "
This was quite enough to send the girl
blushiug and giggling to her looking
glass, thereto gaze with newly awakened
interest at her homely face, after which
he spent an anxious but happy evening
turning over such tawdry bitsof finery as
she possessed and fashioning them for the
adornment of her uncomely person with
the ardor and hopefulness of a society
beauty preparing for conquest. i
Tho onng man came the next evening
and the ccntng after that in fact, for a
whole week he presented himself at the
aoor as reguiariy as tu.j cioc. .... .
bo received by the girl with increased as-
surance and regard. Deliriously cxtrava-
.. mt seemed in sober mo-
menu, his marked attentions left no room
for doubt that he contemplated inviting
Ellen to share the proprietorship of the
snug wayside public house which lie
talked, of bavins. Such a future weeded
the girl's wildest rirfams ot worldly pros
i pcrity, not lo mention the pride and hups
piness of securing the life long affections
of the fascinating juung man The only
drawback to her perfect bliss was that
her duty to her mistress compelled her to
wound her lover's susceptibilities by
what he apiearvl to regard as a want of
confidence. It mist be confessed that a
doorstep in a piblic street is not n roman
tic or coiivenlertppot foratrystlng place,
and the mildest flirtation under such clr
cuinstam es is npt to attract attention
The young man was evidently sensltiv
upon this point, and frequently presd
Ellen either to admit him Into the houso
or to accompany him for a walkalonglhv
streets. Hut the girl, true to her trust,
notwithstanding that she regarded her
admirer with every sentiment of honest
respect ami admiration, could not bo per
suaded either to leave the house or toiwr
mlt him even to set foot inside the door
It Is hardly surprising that the young mnu
failed to appreciate this conscientious
ness, especially as Ellen could not give
expression to the strong, innate sense nf
duty which enabled her to resist his per
suasion and blandishments.
However, this trifling misunderstand
' ing neve assumed the proportions of a
quarrel, end therefore did not Interfere
with the girl's new born happiness The
young man one evening gave her a present
of a pebble brooch, accompanying the
I gift with a few meaning words which
thrilled Ellen's soul, for they might fairly
have bceu interpreted into a downright
proposal of marriage Unfortunately a
I policeman, who happened to pass by just
at that ecstatic moment, evinced most in
opportune and unreasonable curloIty at
I their proceedings and paused to watch
I them This caused them to separata
somewhat abruptly, and Ellen retired to
! bed in a state of suspense which would
have been absolutely maddening If she
had really entertained the smallest doubt
i on the subject of her lover's intentions
After a wakeful hour spent In delight
ful anticipations as to what the morrow
would bring forth, she fell into a blissful
slumber with the pebble brooch grasped
firmly in her hand Suddenl) in the mid
dle of the night she sterted up wide
awake, with loud beating heart and trem
bling limbs. She was not conscious of
having been nrousetl by any sound, though
such w as doubtless the cause of her alarm,
for as she listened n cracking noise as of
splintering wood fell distintcly on her
Thieves! Burglars! This was her first
and natural suspicion, but now that the
dreaded moment which for weeks pit
she hail shuddered to tklnkot had arrived
her personal fears were overcome by an
instinctive desire to save her master's
property Without pausing to consider
or reflect, she rushed from her room and
frantically commenced to descend the
stairs After a few steps she was seized
with a sudden spasm of alarm, and at the
same instant so strangely docs the brain
work in moments of excitement nnd dan
ger she perceived that she still held in
her hand the pebble brooch which her
young man had given her Impulsively
she raised it to her lips and kissed it, and
the action seemed to renew her strength
Her intention had been not necessanlj
to confront the burglars but to raise an
nlarm; and with this object she directed
her steps toward the street door, for in
her fright and agitation she never thought
of the w indovvs. When she reached the
lower hall, however, her attention was
attracted by a light in the dining room,
and she walked straight in almost invol
untarily. At a glance sho saw that tho
place had been ransacked, tho doors of
the sideboard were open and its contents
scattered about, and in a corner were two
men, one holding n candle while the other
was reaching out a variety of objects from
Before she could utter a sound the man
with the candle glanced over his shoulder
and caught si.ht of her He seized his
companion by the firm, starting violently.
The latter nt once turned round, and as
the light fell upon his face Ellen with
horror aul amazement recognized her
"What ure you doing here" she cried.
"Never mind, my dear; you bo off to
bed," replied the young man soothingly
"You've no business here," she re
turned "Yes, we have; and we are Just adolng
of it," said the second man, with a grin.
"Come," said Ellen's young man, in a
peremptory tone, "this ain't no nffair of
yours. There is nothing to bo afraid of.
Leave us alone and go to sleep again."
"Richard, you ain't agoing to take them
things" said the girl, with a strange,
sickening feelingatherheart. "Goavvay
for my sake!"
"But J am going to take 'em," replied
the young man, looking at her coldly and
IIU tone and manner were a revelation
to the girl, nnd she winced as though she
had receiv cd a stab Like a flash of light
the truth burst upon her that the young
fellow's attentions and protestations had
been false She realized his motives, and
recalled to mind how she had innocently
furnished him with information as to the
contents of the house and the position of
the articles of value The fact that he
was then occupied in rifling a cupboard
which contained plate an I silver showed
that he had profited by his opportunities.
"I'm agoing to take 'em, so you'd best
make no bones about it," continued her
young man, eying her savagely as she
stood staring at him in speechless dis
tress "You mustn't' They ain't jours! They
ire my master's!" cried the girl, sudden
ly recovering her senses.
Impelled by the thought of her master's
Interest, Ellen advanced as she spoke anT
seized a bundle which stood on n chair
ready to be carried off. At the same mo
ment her young man put his hand upon
It, and Lis ejes stem, wrathful, glitter
inglooked dangerously into hers.
"Leave it'" he whispered hoarsely.
"Leave it, or bj "
"Help'" cried the girl, uplifting her
voice in sheer terror at his threatening
Xo sooner had she uttered a single cry
than she felt herself seized llcrccly by the
throat, nnd simultaneously a heavy blow
whic'i seemed to crash into her brain
caused her to fall senseless with a duU
thud upon the floor.
When the girl recovered conscioti"nes.s
she could uol at first recollect what had
happened. By degrees she pcrcei veil that
sho was not iu her own room and was
lying upon bare boards. This discovcrj
caused her to grope feebly about in tho
dark with her hands, which presently en
countered a spilt bo of matches With
languid movements she raised herself and
str...k n light, w hereupon she remarked
with 1..1I1I astonishment that she was in
tho dining room Obcrv in,r a candle or
1 iKiir dose by her, she contrived to gel
n-ar nouch "to apply the match to it
Then, ns the feeble flame grew stronger
an 1 erased flickering, she gazed vncintlj
around her upoj the open sideboard and
tho cupboard nnd the numerous odds and
ends of things which were scattered
about the floor
Suddenlv, with a thrill of horror and
alarm, she realized the significance of the
scene, remembered that the house had
been broken into, thn she had encoun
tered the thieves, and that the fatal re
collection seemed to turn her blood to
Ice her voung man was one of them!
Slowly nnd painfully, for ithe was so
weak and giddy that she could hardly
stand, the girl dragged herself up stairs
to her room nnd commenced to dress her
self, with the idea of fetching the police
But by the time she issued forth from the
liouse she had forgotten what her mission
was, the combined effects of the blow,
the Miiru'sli of having contributed to the
robbery, nnd the shock caused by her
young man's Infidelity, had set her mind
wandering She stood for a moment aim
less! upon the doorstep until startled by
a glimmering reminiscence of what had
occurred. This sufficed, however, to
n.ake her hurry off, panic stricken and
horrified, neither turning to the right nor
to the left, but plunging straight forward
headlong in the darkness, each moment
growing more frantically agitated, until
sh found herelf upon a broad bridge,
the lights upon which were reflected in
the smooth, gliding surface of the swift
running rh er below.
Mrs. Grosvenor Crescent was very much
upset the next morning at receiving an
intimation from the police that her house
had bean found dtsertft afxar having ab.
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parently, lieen liurglarlously entered She
came up to town by the first train, entirely
convinced that the girl Ellen was a
traitor or thief, which is her firm convic
tion to this day I low else was the girl's
dlsappearence to be accounted for but by
the suppos tion that she had eloped with
some male accomplice? To be sure she
had left soms rags of clothing and her
boxes, but what were these compared
with the heavy booty sho had secured.
As matter of fact, II rs Grosvenor Cres
cent had taken the precaution to send
nway nearl) all her plate and v aluablcs, so
that her loss was comparatively trlfliug
But she made none the less of it for that,
though she averred that she was chiefly
distressed and grieved by the heartless In
gratitude of that girl Ellen, who had al
ways been treated with every kindness,
And the girl has never been heard of
siuce, only one day a policeman called
upou Mrs Grosvenor Crescent to say that
the body of a young woman quite post
recognition hail been discovered In one of
the lower reaches of the river In the
rigid band of the poor corpse was found a
common pebble brooch, apd the police
wished to know whether it had belonged ,
to her gill, Ellen, who had disappeared.,
Mrj Grosvenor Crescent, glancing at it
with a shudder, declared she had never
seen it in Ellen's wssession, and the serv
ants said the same, so it was evident that
the melanchoy relic afforded no clew to j
.he girl's fate London Truth
, A Cnptnln's Fortunate lIcnverr.
Captain Coleman, schooner Weymouth,
plying between Atlantic City and New
York, had been troubled with a cough so
that he was unable to sleep, ami was in
duced totiy Dr. King's New l)icoverv for4
Consumption. It not 01115 s"ave him in
stant relief, but allaved the extreme sore
ness in his brrast Ills children were sim
ilarly affected and a sinsle dose had the
same happy effect. Dr. King's New Dis
cover is now the standard reined) in tho
Coleman household and on board lie
schooner. Free tiial bottles of tins stand
ard remedy at Ludlow & Co.'s drug store.
SrnevTA Her Youth.
Sirs, rhabe Cnesley. lVtersnn, CIa
coiintj, Iowa, tells the following remarka
ble storj, the truth ot which is vouched for
by the residents of the town "1 am 7,5
j ears old, have been tronhled with kidnej
complaint and lameness for many j ears;
could tint dress mself without help Now
I am free from all pain and soreness, and
am able to do all m own housework. I
owem thanks to Electric Hitters for hav
ing lenewed mj youth, and removed com
plete!) all disease and pain." Tr) a Imt
tle. onl) 50c., at Ludlow A Co.'s drug
Ilueklln's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Uralses. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive!)
cures Piles, or no pa) required. It is guar
a iteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
r funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sileb) Charles LudloA & Co.
Krencli sentitnent. as the re-ult of ful'er
reports, is clunuiiu; retranlini; liMiinrck s
utUrances, which are now coii-trte I as
The reiluction of interna! revenue and
the taking off of revenue from Proprie
tary Metllenes, no doubt has largel) iM-ne-httsl
theeoiisiuiun, a.- well as relit'viucthi
burden of home maiiutactiirers. Esjieciallv
is tills the case with Grfcii' lnyiii
Fluuti and UimrJue's German Sijnii, a
thensluctionof thirty -six cents per duiui.
has bwn added to increase the size of the
bottles containing these remedies,
thereby giving one-lift h more medi
cine in the 75 cent sue. The luyiifl
FUiu cr tor D) spepsia and Liv er Complaint,
and the Ocrrnim Synii for Cough aim
Liver troubles, have perhaps, the largcsi
s.iie of an) other niedioines In tlie world.
The advantage of iiureael size of tie
tuttles will be greatl) appreciattsl lytle
sick and afflicted, iu ever) town mm ul
lage in civilized countries baui)Ie bottlis
fr 10 cnts ruuiaia the sine sizu.
A St 1iuis hrm lias contracted for ten
tiioiisuid tons of pic iron, delivered at one
dollar ier ton less than the price nilin-j in
Il(,p I'l'thtcr soothe, stimulate and
strengtlicn weak and tired muscles. Cure
pains and aches.
Simon Mvers, of Kremont. O , has been
arrested for procuring Hleial volis. j
TIIATHACKINf. COrt.II an be so
.piickl) cured by Sliiloh's Cure. We par
autee it. For s.ile b) i A. (Jarvvood.
"The Greatest Cure on Earta for Fam. WIU
relieve more quickly than any other known rem-
.. euri ifnenmaiurs. netxraieu.
rjwciiinn. Qua Acer, nruues.
Barns. ScaMa, Cuts, Lcmbo-
ro, IlearUT. Borer, Frost-DUn.
.srkArhfi. Cmhur. Sore Throat.
RrlallrA. VYoandA. lifAflaho.
Toothache. Sprains, etc. Price
Beta a boltle. Sold 07 all
kdracslstL Csatlon. Tte jren
IfiaS """ Acltatton Oil txsus oar
fc m rrsirsrrru i isur-aii ". wr
fAoelrule sirnarare. A. C Meyer & Oo Sole
ProprUitora. EAlUmore, Ud, V. S. A.
Dr. Bull's Couth Srrap nil! cure ynnr
Caath at ones), fric only 33 t'l. a bviiil..
SKIN 1 SCALP
Cleansed, Purified ard Beau'ifie I
bythe Cuicira Remedies.
KitrrleansliiK the skin and oilmf ilisfijrnr
Inu humors, fur allotti, itcliliitr. burning ami
lull iiiiinatlon. for uring the first sm:tontsnf
eczema, psiriasls. milk trust, scaly head.
Hirulula. anil other lulieriteil ktnanil blood
ttisaans. 1 1 iu i ua, the ureit sktu cure and
iIlticlka s-ntr au rxqulMte skin beautlner.
externally, and C i tici kv Hk-hlvt. the new
I blood purifier. Internally, are Infallible
A COMl'LETE CLUE.
I hare sufferet all my lifewitli sklmtiseases
. of different kinds, and hsve Hex r found per
maneut relief, until, by the advice of a lady
falend. 1 used your valuable CiHttiti IUms-
nihs Iicave them a thoruuifli trial, uslnc six
botllesof tbe ClTlctRA IWini vkst. tuo boxes
.ofCtmittA ind seven cakesof i.i ticiba Nr,
I and the result was lust what I had been told It
w uld be i rp1rt' enrf
1ILI.I.K M AtK. Richmond. a
Keierence. (. v UitlnuT. Uruilit, men
svi.t uiiniM i rum.
I whs troubled with salt rlKimi fora number
of j ears, so that the ski n en 1 1 rely i line off one
of my bands from the ilneer tips lo the wrist
I tried remedies sntl dot tors prescriptions to
no purpose until I commenced tsklnKliTiciRA
Henri its. and now 1 am entirely cured
1. T I'sRKKIt.
S? orthamptou street, iioston
IIKUHCISTS K.MIORSE THEM.
Hav e sold a q iintit of your Cutlcura reme
dies One of my cmtomers. Mrs llenr Klutz,
who hid tetter on her hands to such an extent
as to cause the skin to peel off. and for elxht
years she suffered Kreatly. w is completely
cured by the ueofvmirmeili(.lncs
C X N K. DnniKist. Canton. O
irniixu, scaly, riHi'LV.
For the list year I have ha I a species ot Itch
xnir scilv and pimply humors on my face, lo
which I hive applied a irreat many methoils of
treitment without success, and which was
speedllyand entirely cured bv Citicckv
Aim Is KC I'HKI.l'i. I'.avenua.n.
XO vTEIHCINK LIKE THEM.
We have s.ild your Cutlcurx remedies forthe
last six years, and no medicines on our shelves
give better satisfsctlnn
0 ATHEltrON. Drueslst, Albiny. X Y
Citiccra RrMEDiK-s are sold everywhere
Viice CuTicck. M cents, IUsoltcnt. SI u,
hnr.it cents l'repartd by th I'ottkx IIrio
am Chiuicvl Co. Hoston. Mass send lor
"How to Cure SMn Diseases "
U IV U DOi II umois. cured by (.ctilcra ov.
Catarrh to Consumption.
Catarrh In it (.t-Mrurtive force stands nrxt
to and undoubtedly Irads unto consumption.
It is therefore slncuUr tint those afflicted
with thin fearful disuavi should not make it
the object of their lives to rid tliemielve of U
DeceptUe remedies concocted by Ignorant
pretenders to medical knowledge have weak
ened the confidence ol the treat majority of
sufferers in all advertised remedies They be
come resigned to a life of misery rather than
torture themselves with doubtful palliatives.
Hut this will never do Catarrh must be met
at every stiEinl comb ttedithalIourmis;ht
In m my cases the disc ise has assumed dan
cer.nn symptoms The bones and cartilage of
theuose. the nians of he iriiur, of st-einc and
of tastlrc so affectedas t be useless, theuvula
soelonirited, thethroits. Inflamed ami lrri
tited as to produce a constant and distressing
cntirrh. froma simple head cold to the most
loHthsomeand destructive stae It Is local
and constitutional Instant In rehevinc. per
manent in curing, safe, economical and never
faitlnc Kwh pickaRe contnlns one bottle oflhe
UjtriirALCt RR,onbo:VMHKtiAi Soi Kxr.and
an I w r roy co Imklik, with treatise, price, SI.
Potter Drug Jfe Chkuical o , Hohtov.
Jft And thit we in. lifeless. all cone sen
.ttloii ever Mieeiit ith those of in
1 limed kl.lnejs. weik bitk and Iolu.
B- ntnghlps jnd'.id-s, overworkedor
wornout ydiseise. debility or dissipation.
are r-lie -i in our miimt-and are sieedily
cured by he 1 uM-ur Antl-Pntn rinAirr
new. ortci i il eleirt and Infallible antidote
ti iiainand inrt mm n At all dmixlsts,
iic , Hve for 81 or of P itter DrasanC Chem
Sick Headache and relieve all the troubles hct
dnt to a Lilioca stata of the systcsn, such as Dis
ziness, Kacsea, Drowsiness, Distress after eUnz,
J'slalatheSiile, Ac Wn their mest remarE
atle success his bees shown la cnrlr j
n-n"iche, yrt Carter'sUttle Liver Pills are equally
rilaable la ConsUpiUoa, curias; aad preventing
his cnnoylnj complaint, while they also correct
sll dimrdrra of the stotaach. stimulate tlia live
udtLSulaieUie bowels. Urcnlf tbey only cored
Ache thtr wordd be almost priceless to those who
saffir jrom this dUreMkig complaint; but form
Dauly their goodness does not end here, and tbos.
whooneelrjthcmwniflnd these little pills vsla
able la so man j ways fisttbey win rot be wflllag
lo do w.ttcat there Bat after all aick head
fs the bsne of to many lives that here is where we
make our crcat boast. Our pills care It while
others do not.
Carter's Little Llrr Wis are very mail an
very cs'y'o take. Oaeortwopillsinaieadose.
They art strictly vesetable sua do not gTlpecr
parse, bat by their grntlt action please all who
nseibfo. rnvlslst2Jcects;flTeforll. BoU
by dracglata every where, or sat by rr.ali.
!.ARTa KEPICI5E CO . New Tort
leu IresUKSI, IS rOXJIVDS A.
VLAItlTir.S. and (1IHOMC WEAK.
EMSr.H ofWOMAX a iprrlallr. "Wan.
na knows Hnui Wat.' 1 nn all SK1.V
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CfcarsHRuouble. Sly "AMAZIIMAM
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Ladle) Is the Quickest. Surest and llnl
Hemedw rT VEnVflirM VIEnil.ITY or
SEXUAL WKAKXESS la the world. I
Satisfaction gnarmnteed. Speelnl attention
alTen tn neautlryin- and Itleaehlna the
Ielth I neauty'a flrt reiiUltt Cbeai
Art A Tlilt wilt ciMt ou nolhlni aad bwj
ftaiT your Ilfr. ITsvu aire welcome from lO
wTlcox medical institute,
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siNfsi.F DAitnni, shot orx. 8J.00
nuriii.ii " " .i.no
sISIJI.E IlRHKClI I-OtDEK, 1.00
DOlllll.K " " 10.UO
Prices on other coods In proportion.
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS
rv. Bomtcn to hiioot close.
Illualrated Calal.Nriie and Price Ll"t sent Free.
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THE NEW SEPARTURE DRUMS
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If dedlatnebeat D&odt and
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tone, furpAM all other In
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nne-vrect MatJo dealer does
J not keep tLr-m. wrtto to tu
for nitutroted CaUIogue.
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WANTED ieneral ajients. to wholesale '
mv new motor. lUre cnnce. euod sal
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ACTiVE Huotuitlomln the market oflerop
portunltles t speculstcrs to make money in
j grain stocks, bonds aud petroleum. Prompt
personal attention Kivea to orders received by
wire or mall Corresuoudeuee solicited lull
Information about tlie markets In our book,
which will be forwarded free on application.
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aiMstri.fs airesvi, aw iarsi.lt7
UNERRING INDICATIONS IN THE
MOUTH, NOSE, EYES AND EARS.
Heed tlie 1 Irsl lteailinif of New lure.
The Mori. Vfsrlril the 1 eatures the
Oreater Ihe VHrirlv of Charurler In
illenti(U. "It is a dfmse, but not an enviable
onV siviil a vi oman having the jift of
character reading in an uncommon legree
'I wouldn't lio a seer or lniud reader for
anything ) ou could offer It's ba 1 enough
to soo tho chsrnctcr in one' fai-o when you
want to liko so.no new acquaintance un le
iwrveillj, who seems jrnrctly charming
and you waut to bo harmed, yit something
tolls )o i it won't do Am I never doceived
Franklv, never but once in my life I
never met an undesirable acquaintance, no
nia'ter hoT well intnuluced, without a dia
tinct iinprcs-mn that tho jierson would
brin trouhlo to me I've learneil to lie
vcrv careful to re-qiect the first instant's
reailing of a now fice The first sight con
veys its real nian'T to one who can read
It Jlsnners and i .-nt evpressions may
tempt o.ie to mmluv or recant the first
opinion, but I have never doui so withou
life long rrgn t
"I, too, kn-w such a repulsion at slf,ht
for a woman every one elso took for an
angel an i paragon Knowing such a
womsn, I can understand Lady Byron
My acquaintance) at last went insane with
the sninil 1I3 of her own imagination. Aril
manv correct ami highly placid noinen tl
tho scale of balaneeil brain with vanity and
J.louy The self esteem of our women Is
fed oxl nourishisl into instnity How did
I know what she was By two points which
never fail to show a false and cruel womas
overfull eyes, auch as you seo in soro-J
pictures of too Virgin, supposed beautlfij,
but which denote an ingrain hypocrite, afvd
an immobile upper lip. A face with that
set of lip alwa)s betrays a fal-, trcac'ier
ous nature, that lies without knowing It. A
pinclusi nobf 13 no surer sign of meanner-s
than this dead hp of dangerous craft. One
woman who has made herself quite prouii
nent in Xow York newspaper mention for
twenty jears u remarked for this feature.
You may wauh her through sentence aftor
sentence without seeing any more play of
tlie upper hp tliun if it were paralyzed or
cut in marble, and her favorite gospel as
heard by many friends was, "if facta Jul
not agree with the effect she wanted to pro
duce, so much tho worso for tho fai'ta.'
"The more v aned the features,' says one
author,1' tha more depressions and eleva
tions in tho face, the greater the v ariety of
character exhibited A smooth, Mnall feat
ureil, unwnnkled faco always discloses a
small, unemotional, sclilsh character, of
very small capacities. A man's real charac
ter is spread all over him The face sums
up thn wools man Rectitude of character
u known by the width of chin, as in the
faces of Washington and Isaac Kowton;
also by the sitting of the eya. Any eye off
tho straight hie varies from truthful sig
nitlramv, according to its deflection, from
the lK-rsons who would rather tell a pleasant
untruth than ba the bearers of harsh tid
ings, to the artists m craft with eyes droop
ing at the outer corners like thoso of the
fair Jesuit, the Empress Eugenio. Firm
ness and tenacity of purrwse are shown in
length of tho lower jaw and chin, as in the
face of Anna Dickinson, which admirably
illustrates tlus faculty
The chin is the seat of strength of charao
tnr, which depend oil firm bona support.
Bona shows integrity, muscle more of the
affectionate nature. Tho scientific physiog
nomist knows well how much such woman
as ilk-, Dickinson and Miss Frances Willard
owe their success to a good, honest, bony
system The f uIL rolling under hp is a sure
sigu of generosity and benevolence, as in
the portraits of Wilberforca and Lincoln.
An upper hp, thick nnd red in tho center,
shovs largo amative power and also muscu
lar strength. The round e)e, like a dove's,
is an unfailing sign of largo mating ability
Almond shaped eyes prove promiscuous
lovo. Tho upper hp, hka a Cupid's bow,
shows great tenderness and lovo for chll
dren, vvluch is never found with a gloomy
or sad disposition. A fnemlly nature is
known by tho fullness of the upper cheek.
A lonj upper hp shows self esteem, ea in the
faces of Bradlaugh, Herbert Spencer and
John G tVhittier. The most prominent
rigu of modesty which may consist with
largo self esteem is the groove m the canter
of tha upper lip.
"Tho outward signs of force of character
aro breadth of cheat, wide mouth and nos
tnli, hih chsek bones, and relatively small
and wido heaiL Secretivncss is shown by
compressed and thin lips, and small mouth
II tho lips are thin. Xiroa.1, flat noses are
(h signs of the tniahtv Tha large eyes and
mouth are evidence of volume of language.
All orators hav large mouths. Among
men of povrer and capacity secretiveness
and craft are novcr marked; they do not
need it. Caution is seen in the long nose.
Hops is strong when tho septum or middle
pwrtwn of the nose projects below the sides;
rhamess of the skin and eyes is another sign.
When the septum is droopng at tho tip, as
in Canova's face, or that of Mrs. Siddons or
la Place, the faculty of analysis is large,
hleahtv is known by width of the tip of the
iu ise, giving it a square cut appearanoe, as
In Byron, Irving, Vernet, Mrs. Stowe and
a host of other authors end artiats. Noses
LIgh and projecting at the tip show under
standing of human nature and love for its
study This is the nose for a phyincian.
All eminent doctors', naturalists and philoso
phers show ths feature. It is tho probing,
inquiring nonn. ruUnesa of the sides of the
ros) denote large constructive powers, as in
Morse and Edison The higher and broader
the brvlipj of the nose, the greater is the
dcvclojim-nt of veneration. Self will is
shown liv tho height of tho nose at its root.
aVII undevelojied races and faces are fat
here. It is mere clearly developed in En
ropean lacea than in Americana, and gives
tb ploddi.ig, persevering character often
o'.servcd. amouj the former. Americans,
as e. ru!-, do not dwell on their undertak
ings so persistently as Europeans, an! show
more exprcss.on fro.n the forehead to the
nose Ths sign of strojg will i marked in
tho fares ot Dante, Humboldt, Edwin Booth
Cryus vV Field, and C P Huntington
Women seldom have this Mn large Hori
zontal w rmhla acrora the too of tho uoso in
dicate will and resolution. Persons success
ful in ccrr) ng forwanl great enterprises,
like- building railroads, laying telegraph
cables, founding nnd mnnajuig communi
ti-s, nil I all uiukrtakings requiring persist
ence, show this height of the nose.
' Tho convex or rounded eye denotes
strength Small eyes belong to mechanical,
scientific and exact people Tho eye most
readily brought to a focus serves this class
of minds best Large ev ed persons receiv e
sensatioci. viv idly and lose them almost as
ixudily " Farther, our author says. "I
cannot think any ?rson entirely frank and
well principled who Is narrow between tho
eyes Hiatory .vhows no man cf eminence
with this peculiarity. Short, blunt, full
noses belong to artistic and niicucal people
Parepa, Wilhelmj, Lurca, Anmo Louise
Carey, irthur Sulhv an, for example Tha
muscut ear is adapteo. to recuv e sounds,
stio dil g out from the head of good size,
ai d red from the supply of blood, which
incieases its sensitiveness. The reader
may try thee sums on people lie knows
bet, remembering thai Dr. John Cn ss, a
w Scilchman, sa)s 'It rests with
phys uiioni) to detect the lni, t r ; he
..muni prevent the organ from fading, b)
self accom niodating power into color, size
and shaiie nnt suited to its function.' "
.Ills.; Let's Whisper.
Wherein does beaut) He?
The skin, mouth, nose. thee)e
Arc points where beauty we desery:
The most important is the skin
And there we will begin
And mike its beuut) for us win
Admiration from lover and from churl
U) iisin Chimplin's Liquid Peatl.
'Ihe Karniers' oinKres, In session at
W 4-iiingtiiii. aks the repeal if the claue
in the charter of National banks hi h for
tmls them loaning money on real i state.
1Vf.vv trifle whli any Throat or
I -JVJVv V LUng Disease. IfTouhave
a Congh or Cold, or tho children 'are
threatened with Cronpor Whooping Congo,
rise Acker's English Remedy and prevent
farther trouble. It Is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. race IU and 50c
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
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For fifteen Tears thevhave steadily mined 11.
favor, and with sales constantly lncreaslLt
hare become the most popular corset through
out the Pnited states
TheilmiHlltvls vniTautert to wear twleea
loueas ordinary corsets. We have lately In
troduced the U and R-li grades witta extra long
waist, and wecan furnish them w&en preferred
Highest anards fro-n all the world's ureal
fain. Ihe last medal received Is for lint de
cree of merit, from the Uteexposlttonheldat
While scores of patents have been foced
worthless, the principles of the blove-FlttiCK
have proved Invaluable
Retailers are authorized to refund money. If.
upon examination, these corsets do cot prove
for ssle everywhere. Catalogues tree on ap
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as. L1M1IOCKKK. a id 57 Arcade. Print.
ter. Engraver and tasulonable stationer.
Veddlu aoods aad ealliruc cards a specialty.
cash st if Atia. rACisa a no gtrAiaia,
11UW. Main st.
A. OUOSS Xt CO railEKTAKHIU.
Offlce and Warernnm. IA C V.ln tt-
Ualdence 1 W. Ulicli st
& rv.waamniton street.
f (rttl la all metali.
JOIIMMON A IXIltMK,
ItAAiiaorTsr sirrri sos's aoot
170 West Columbia, street.
General Book Binders auatilaua iook Maaa-
17 S. Center St.
' J. niCKKT,
It Praetlcal Machinist and General Job Shop,
66an4 6S X. Washington st.
IHER PEOPEBL. DDSE.!
We aim to aiso DO civc to ALLcusTOmas.i
iLowras- Puicts Psompt Transactions ;
Jurricrovrs Bilictions -CONseicuou Posi-j
TlONa CXKRItNCCD AtSISTANCt UXll-J
Aaco Opinions and CoisnocNTiALScsvicc
AovrsTiaiMcirr. DisiANtf. Pnoe. Suns ana
I CriMArva er Cr in ant NrsraeArca.,
j FwaniAMC. TO Rc.eoNst.ia Paittik.
j FRCC or CHARCC j
i The H. P. Hubbard Co.,
j SwcthotBHP HUBBARD. 2
jjodleimu l&nMti lnts aid Experts,:
ErtabNikad1 li;i Incoipxitmj i3j. !
! Neva Haven. Conn. !
1 ,, 1
j'aT'Owii 200 Pao CTAL.f or LaAOn
Nrsvppn. Sirr Fnce on ArrucsnoN. I
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CIABi;.TlO.NX COLONY I
A aetr Bouse rtrj 14 dajt In tie lut ( yzuu Oct
UUe. only J5 tsontk oW. bu S tion. t hoceU.
I chiirri.ee. reboot, tMpipr, fctorr. moOtyTI
uasidoau, j u-Ain Ana z oinUt tuur.. um rapitiir
adTAOclDf. Vnd. send, tern by all pu, ana
for ctrenUrs with 4 mape.3 KtotofrriphU. cnu ot
hvoset. All shoot the wonderlnl irowth of oar col
cnyju otlUxAte.inArkeU.baMn.Ms pputi.nttlc,
bUCi. prtcvrs. terms. And M other dUii&ct sabjcts
pArm rer nro on morthly tastuhllments to tnoea
bAvto; rrcptoy mcDt.wit hctit leerins tblr sltOAUoa.
U. S. MAIL STEAMERS
Sail (Terr Saturday from New Tort to
Glasgow and Londonderry.
Rate of passage to or from Xnr rrl, Glatfmt,
JsiTTtnof, lnjflnjrrry oe BJaA.
CABEJB.tVtSand.V53. 3EC0KD CLAS3.S30
Anchor Line drafts lasned at Lowest Rate are
sld; tree ol chance Is Enrlaad, Scot
Unit and Ireland.
Tor Books of Toes, Tickets or other Inform
ation, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS,
Vewrork : orJ.J.SKITH. 20i Main street.
TV. Crwl Eactlsa rrncrlrUM
.Cores JTeoA-neAa. wnnaforrAea. J
r jis usKmt, im pocencv aod au ma- a
aaes caused by aelf abuan or la- .
discretion. Oim naokaeo II. sir Is.'l
irl Rrm.ll SrrH.Afnr-Pamnl.UA f .Pi Ajl
Eureka, CUemlcal Co., Detroit, jta'cla.
IJall no oral ir Tbeo i r Dgzlst.
et ner Main snd Market streets, .-ilntflild
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LnETBrKgCALERS tCftT WMCR.U
tars of Arctic Service.
fiBEELT, XJ.nt. 17.
jTramkllai Bar Eipdltlor .f 1J81-.
TTnakllB atr EioMll
with Stttl fvrtrait, ovtr 100 Illtutrationt nnd
amd CiriM. Sold tmlw be 5k&Acrt0iioa
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BMstifal aad rlaUr mini TIaresa." Clndtmati Cowtl GatttU.
ProtaMly illastiaesd, abomads with llraly aaMtiatlesuv. Cktag
" Tti raoa baportaat work paiUaasd a Antls aattsta." Bofm
AspsUmAdAaadwslsoaaabsnx." 2T. r.nsaa.
IatarniUac fromomito OTr." JT. T.Bnm'i
m TolamM la STtry way sattafastary aai enni.Ut." JT. 7. Tvtt.
No ptarr f ArscM STflncitkH has tsraalM I ta pswer, rala. m
aataos." Barifbrd fan.
pcialAKsstWaaiaAtm Kvsr CttrassdTvwa. -
Aito.. CHARLES tCRIBNER'S SONS, '
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