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THE GRENADA GAZETTE.
R* T. PAYNE, Editor and Manager. GRENADA, - MISSI881PPI BETWEEN THE LIGHTS. A little pause in life, while daylight lingers Between tbo sunset and the pale moonrise. When daily labor slips from weary linger». And sott gray shadows rail the ach ng eyes Old perfumes wander back from fields of clover Seen in the light of suns that long huve set; Beloved ones, whose earthly toll is over. Draw near, as if they lived among us yet. call me. through the dusk returning, 1 hear the echoes of departed feel; And then I ask, with vain and troubled yearn Old What is the charm that makes old things so sweet? Must the old joys be evermore witholdenf Even their memory keeps me pure and true: And yet. from out Jerusalem the Golden God speiketh, saying: "J make all things new." "Father." I cry, "the old must still be nearer; Stole my love. Give me the fair old dearer Than all Thy shining streets, and mansions back the past I art h, whose paths are give Peace, peace -the Lord of earth and Heave knoweth The human soul in all its heat Out of His throne But the clear rit d strife; stream of Lethe flowetb, of eternal life. He giveth life, aye, life In all its sweetness ; ny sc Old loves, old s a, will He restore; Only the curse of s Shall t: Thiue earth und v Thine heart Then shall a psalm of gladness and thanksgiv more. Serve Him in daily work and e And faith shall 1 ft thee to His su heil lits: Ing the Fill the culm hour that comes betw lights. —Sarah Doudnoy, in Sunday Magf A HASTY MATCH. Why John Gregory Married His j Housekeeper. John Gregory was a substantial bus iness man, resident in the good city of Boston, and was well known on 'Change some twenty years since. Al though wêll-to-do, and abundantly able to support a wife, forty-eight years had elapsed and still he was a bachelor. To tell thojruth. there was very little romance about John Greg ory, and if he ever did marry, prob ably money would have more to do with determining his choice than any softer sentiment. So John Gregory, avoiding the mat rimonial snares which were laid for him by enterprising matrons who had large families of daughters to dispose of. lived quietly in a modest house, for which he had been fortunate enough to secure a capable housekeeper who understood his peculiar tastes. Janet Campbell—this was the name j of the housekeeper—was of Scotch ; birth and lineage, but had been brought j child, by her j father, who fancied that he could suc ceed better in building up a fortune in the New World than the Old. Apart from the fact that Janet's par- j ents were dead, and that she, their I . ! to America wmle vet j j only child, after various mutations ha 1 ; subsided, at thirty-five. ito her pres , • , e I V\il for j nothing especial I 1 ! rhich -he U.d m eut post. eight years, there is to tell. Those of my readers who are j 1 at figures will find no difficulty in ! go computing from the data I have given that she had now attained tho age of 1 forty-three. Janet was not handsome, had been, for that matter. Sh» - * novel Neither was she particularly the reverse. She had a plain Scotch face, with a shrewd twinkle of the eye, perhaps, that evinced her worldly wisdom, and was sly neat in her person and attire, though very little accustomed to making a display in the latter. But Janet was a model housekeeper. scrupuk N( e knew better than she how to prepare the taste. N< coffee for her master's e understood better just how brown the toast should be—no one could better determine just how much to broil the steak for breakfast So Mr. Join 'ho had a keen Gregory. appreciation of g nl living (in a plain ■ay) and real, genuine comfort, felt that his housekeeper was a treasure to | preceUcnted fall 111 j the price of stocks could scarcely have hi j occasioned him any greater consterna tban the intelligcnci intended lei that Ja •ever, Janet j had no intention of the kind. She tic Ing him. H« is *ell off. and she might have sought long before she more comfortable could have found quarters, or a place more to her liking than was provided by her present cm drcumstance But a ployer. ho short space of twenty vhi.'h, ii r four hours, subsisted between the two. hanged the relati which J be .•ay it happened: One ! morning, after completing his aavorv i vv morning repast, Mr. G cane from behind the d This was the gory took his r and walked down to his office. Here, as was his custom, he paid his first attcntionH to the paper, which his office boy had laid on his desk, ready for perusal. First, dispatching the leader, which proved to be a grave essay on the state of our foreign relations, and then pass ing on to the other editorial matter, he at length came to the advertise ments, to which, as a business man, he regularly paid his attention. While glancing over these, he oame at length to one which he at first read careless ly, then with an air of attention, and finally, laying down the paper, pushed up his spectacles and exclaimed: "Bless my soul! Well, thia is singu lar!" I I in Supposing that the reader may feel a little curious to know what it w that Mr. Gregory considered so singu lar, wo will take tho .liberty of glan cing ever tho papor which he had just lnid down, and read tho advertisement It ran as follows: ■ ' ,,-v IsfosnsrioN Wa.tkd—O f Junet Oamplx-ll, whocamefrom Scotland In tlwyoarlSW. U she is living, und this notice should meet her eye, she will and something very much to her ftdvuTitnge hy calling oft Petcg brief, Attorney ui Law, Kv. — Court street. "Bloss my soul!" ejaculated John Gregory. 'Well, this is singular. Tb think of it being my housekeeper, too. I've heard, of such things before, but it never came home to fce, as I may sny, before. I wonder, now, how much money she is likely to receive, for. of course, it is money. Very much U> her advantage—that's what the notice sava I declare. I've a good miod to go and see this Mr. Brief. Janet has uot-seen it, and I may be in some sense consid ered to be her representative." Acting upon this determination, Mr. Gregory took his hat and cane, and, with more than hid usual alacrity, turned his steps in the direction of Court street. He soon found himself in the office of Mr. Brief. A small, dapper man turned upon him aa inquiring look. "Mr. Brief?" said John Gregory, in terrogatively. "The same," rospouded the little man. eyes clover set; yearn "If I mistake not, yen are the one who is referred to iu an advertisement in this morning's papec—" "In the matter of Janet Campbell?" "Yea." "Can you give me any information about her?" inquired Brief, with sud den interest. "I thiuk so," answered Gregory, cautiously. "Think so! Don't you know so? Excuse my mode of speaking, but you are definite." "Then. sir. said the visitor, "I say unequivocally and positively that I khow where Janet Campbell is to bo found." "Then you will have the goodness to inform me." so true: things are are that we require something heart "Yt but not to-day. Two days hence I will bring: tho person herself here. Meanwhile, as I appear as her representative, 1 shall bo jjlad to know of what nature the advantage y speak of is." "I will tell you." answered Brief, apparently satisfied of the good faith of his visitor. lits: the "You will agree that I haven't ex ecrated the character of the advan I tell you that it is ii form, and amounts to five thousand pounds." j H tage, whe the of on a do for for j ; j j " in j I . "Five thousand pounds!" repeated v, hardly believing his ears. : or twenty-five thousand dol Grei • Y lars in •rency. "But how did it come about? Who loft the money, and how did you hap pen to be connected with tho affair." understand, this was y it occurred; An uncle of Janet, by name Robert, wandered off to the East Indies, aud there, happen ing into a profitable tinu >1 to accumulate tho sura men tioued. He returned to Scotland; but. the ycupation, c being of a irritable disposition, man aged to get out with his relatives at home, and in a fit of pique, probably. made a will devising his property to his ni ". . Jj afterwards let. soon dim], and tho will came in force. The ' is of finding out the heiress, who n tu be, or to have been, in ! this neighborhood, was intrusted to vas ki In rder the better to succeed, I tne. ca ;>"d th<' advertisement vhieh at j traeted your notice tobe inserted in j the papers. That is all I know about "I am much obliged to you for your for Alion, sir." said John Gregory. 1 ; •Tt egard to tho finding of the per )u have advertised for, you may 'st. Dav I son V for j I ! after t j in ! ind entirely at v, I will call with her in om >n. " P of So saying. Mr. Gregory bowed, and 1 left the office. "Five th. u.sand pounds! Twenty-five thousand dollars!" he muttered to him pelf. "Who 'ould have thought that ich? I sup ro Janet ould ever be s pose that .'♦he von't be rilling t< main as my housekeeper any longer. Can't blame her. Wouldn't if I were she. But how am I going to get along without her? Nobody knows exactly how to suit me in every respect as she does." John Gregory walked on awhile, in thoughtful silence. "Twenty-live thousand dollars is a good deal of money," thought he. "I wonder what she'll do with it? It would be a good deal of service to me. With the help of it, I could double my busi ness.*' to John (ire) >ry thought awhile longer, ew and happy idea Hashed upon and a to | 111 j hi "There ay of accomplishing both these desirable objects—retaining j Janet in my family and obtaining pos )f this money—and that is, to is one in to of to of in [ j WS! ' ion m.'itTv her." John was at ärrt quite startled at this thought, but the longer he har bored it the more reasonable it seemed. isn't handsome, nor is she very young, for that matter. However, she must be some few years ger than myself, and when a man "To be sure, «hi irhos forty-eight, he can't afford to r J be very particular that point. I'm half-determined—yes; I without ! i vv *'^ propose, and that John Gregory went home to dim little earlier than usual. er a It, so happened that Janet, for ? won der. had not succeeded so well a« usual with her dinner, and this, knowing as she did. how particular he was, made I her în,el a little nervous and fidgety. I However, to her surprise, he ato his dinner without appearing to remark that any thing was out of the way. He seemed unusually abstracted, as if he were intently thinking of something. At length he said, abruptly: ' Janet, did you come to this country in the year 1840?" "Yes, sir," answered Janet, in sur prise. "But how did you know?" "I believe you told me once, Janet." Another silence. "How long have you teen with me, Janet?" "Eight years, sir." "You have been very faithful. I have been very well satisfied with your services." "I am sure I am glad of it, sir," said . ''I nm U it of Jar' t. i)i bpei'easud surprise serry Ihn dinner isn't Tietter cooked to-day. but things seemed to work contrary." "The dinner is exoelbfif,'" said John Gregory. "It couldn't be better." "tYoU. I ftoclafft," tbqpght Janet; "I I ex wonçl^f wbai'« corao over him. purled -B ^fiUkiu^." ; i *Vi hope always ,tay with Janet / 1 ' me, "I'm sure, sir." said the astonished housekeeper, "I shali be happy to do" ejaculated so; that is, if you are satisfied with mo." ••Satisfied with you! Perfectly. But it i* not as a housekeeper that I wish you to remain with mo." "Not as a housekeeper, Janet "I am aura," thought she, "I don't know what's eomo over Mr. Gregory. He does not appear at ail as he usually does." . "No, Janet; not as a housekeeper. You have served me so well in that capacity, that I am convinced you would make an admirable wifo." "O, Mr. Gregory!" exclaimed the | housekeeper, blushing. "You will not be so cruel as to refuse me?" sava and consid Mr. and, of upon in little . ! I one sud so? you I bo to "But you are only joking, sir. "Joking! I was never more serious." "I have always thought a great deal j of you. Mr. Gregory," said tho spinster, hesitating, "and if you desire it very • much, 1 I don't know that 1 have any j .. ... „ J objection. j The enraptured Gregory jumped to his feet, and crossing to tho opposite j side of the table, imprinted a chaste | salute upon the faded cheek of the staid spinster. "You shouldn't do so, Mr. Gregory," said she, with a faint scream. "Why shouldn't I, as long as we are going to be married? But I say. Janet, wilt you be ready to have the ceremony performed to-morrow?" "To-morrow!" repeated Jauet, start led by his precipitancy. "1 havtn't got any thing suitable to wear. It will f , : , . , 4 . , ,, take at least three weeks to got ready. "No such thing." said Gregory, promptly. "Just put on the best dress you have got. That will do well enough. As for the finery, which, 1 suppose, it's natural enough fora wom an to want, you shall have as much of that ns you want, after marriage." "But—" "I won't hear any buts," said Greg ory, decisively. "Say yes or no. Will you be ready to be married to-morrow at twelve?" "Yes," said Janet, who had been so much in the habit of obeying Mr. Gregory, as her employer, that she did not realize the different relation ho was about to hold to her. "Then I will toll Rev. Dr. Smith to be here at that time. By the way, 1 shall prefer to have it a private cere mony, without any unnecessary pa rade." This suited Janet also. The next her of it ex to of off day, at twelve, the ceremony was con summated, and Janet Campbell be came Mrs. John Gregory. F. at It was ou the •ning succeeding the marriage. Mr. Gregory, having dispatched his first cup of coffee, re marked: "By the way, Janet, I find something iu the paper that concerns to you. "Concerns me?" "Yes;" and the gentleman read aloud tho advertisement, with which the reader is familiar. "There, Janet, what do you say to that? There's a windfall for you. Five thousand pounds!" "It doesn't mean me!" said Janet. in to I in composedly. "Doesn't lean you?" exclaimed her husband, in dismay. "Isn't your name Janet Campbell, and didn't you come over from Scotland in 1810?" to in "Yes," said Janet; "but there wa? another Janet came over at the same time, a very distant relative of mine. She is the one meant in tho advertise ment." "Are you quite sure?" inquired John gory, in great uneasiness. "Didn't you have an Uncle Robert?" "I never hail any uncle at all. She had an uncle, however." On visiting Mr. Brief, John Gregory found it was too true. The true Janet Campbell had called upon him and es tablished her claims. He had married in ute arc G in a the wrong one. Gregory was at first intensely disappointed, but time reconciled him to the step he could not recall. Janel de him a good wife, though not if brilliant Mr. ), and, if there was not much sentiment about the marriage, there was a good deal of quiet comfort and happiness. On the whole, John Gregory does not regret marrying his housekeeper.—Horatio Alger, Jr, in Yankee Blade. COMMERCIAL LAW. Execution Levied on Firm Property to Satisfy One Partner's Debt. Certain property of a firm was taken in execution to satisfy a judgment against one of the firm who stated that the property belonged to him ex cept a very slight interest in the other partners, which arose from their con tributing a few dollars toward the re pair of the property, which was a sta tionary saw-mill with the ordinary at tachments. .Tiie other partners sued to restrain the purchaser from remov ing tlie goods and got an injunction. An appeal was Liken in the case, Will iams vs. Lewis, to the Supreme Court of Indiana, where tho judgment was affirmed. Judge Mitchell, in the opinion, said: Specific articles of partnership property can not bo levied upon and sold to satisfy the individual debt of one partner, and whon the of ficer, Instead of selling the whole in terest of the partner, as tho execution dobtor sells the whole of certain specific articles of property belonging to a firm, the owners may treat him as a trespasser, and may en join the sale or the delivery of the ar ticles so sold. The agency which ex ists between partners pertains only to the business (X the firm, and the decla rations of one partner which bind the others are such as pertain to and are made while employed about tho busi ness of the partnership. Certainly one partner can not admit away the in terest of his copartners in the partner ship property, or transfer the interest of one partner to the individual crédite ors of tho other in the absence of both, which was the case here, nor cat: he, by his declarations, mako that a part nership transaction which does not pear to bo such. It is no part of the businoss of partners to enlarge, deny or affect tho respective interests of members of the firm in tho partnership property by declarations or admissions in the absence of each other. They are not constituted agents for any auch purpose. Th* agency extends merely to the conduct of tho ^business of tho [ firm.—St. Louis Gloijq-itemocrat. vet at i" Dm A for on sent JL}) THE Wbt Is it so mknr suffer from rheum». ti»m, urhe., pains, Kidney disfasos. IlT*r complaint», heart affection, etc. I It 1» aim* pi y booauMB the j will not come and be heeled. Ail dibcaaee begin from a want of iron in the blood. Thia want of iron makes Che bloed thin, watery and impure. Impure blood carries weakness and distress to every part of the body. Supply this lack of irou by usiner brown's Iron* Bitters, aud vou wiii soon Hud yourself enjoying perfect freedom from aches, pains and jouerai 111 heal ta. But "I as | Von BuLOW.it is reported, rooently threw a Addlo at the conductor at a rehearsal. It ia a new thin< for h m to develop a violin temper. The piano is his forte. D. I). It. (Botanic Blood Balm). If you try thia remedy you will say aa many otnera lmve said, that it ia tho best blood purifier hu d tonic. Write Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Cia., for book of convincing testi mony. _ J. P. Davis, Atlanta, Ga. (Weit End), writes: "1 consider that B. B. B. has per entlv cured mo of rheumatism and . ociatioa.'' R. U. Saulter, Athens, Ga.. says: " B. B. ! B. cured me of an ulevr that bad resisted all I j otUer troalment „ • e. G. Tinsley, Columbiana, Ala., writes: j "My mother and sister had uUnrated throat aud scrofula. B. B. B. cured them." j jacoo F. Sponclor, Now nan, Ga., writes: "B. B. B. entirely cured me of rheumatism j ÄäÄÄÄ'Lt | Baltimore, Md., writes; "I suffered with bleeding piles two venrs, and am glad to say thutonc bottle of 11 li. B. cured me." J. J. Hardy, Toccoa, Ga., writes: "B. B. B. is a quickeure fur catarrh. Three bottles ^ears'^ 10 * ^ ^ eCQ lrouble * i several * a. Spink, Atlanta. Ga., says: "One bot tie of B. B B. completely cured my child of ^w"A. Pepper. Fredonia, Ala., writes : "B. B B. cured in y mother of ulcerated sore throat." _j___ Tns Prince of Wales has been exceeding !y unfortunate upon the turf Ho received no return last season lor $40,000 paid tor yearlings. Monopoly. The trust repom-d by the dyspeptic and Stomach Bitters is not A Trust That Is bilious in Hosteite opoly. It is shared not only by them, but by residents of malarious localities, quondam rheumatic sufferers whom it has relieved, and the uervous, debilitated and infirm whom it has built up. If troubled With inact ion of the kidneys you should uso it» Give this medicine the eysteuiatio trial it merits. Dolly Var Tnr Queen of Greece is not den in her taste. Bho only w'gars two col ors, the white and the blue. Mrdicai. experts, by the use of tho Micro cope, have recently 'discovered and clussi tho blod of nil fled specific living ge persons suffering from Malaria, and say that to cure tho patient these gerqis must bo killed. Thirty years ago Dr. Bhollenberger advanced this theory ns the correct one, and prepared Ids " Antidote for Malaria" to de stroy these poisonous germs. If you have iu your system, a few doses of this * will destroynho poison immediately, an iu'fant. Bold by Druggists. Mal and not in jure "IxnivinrAii rtrs" are a new notion. They are about as big as a small "turn over." "I rave been afflicted with an affection of the Thront, from childhood, caused by diph theria, and have used various remedies, but have never found any thing equal to Brown's Bronchial Tuoches."—-H cr. G. M. F. Hampton , J'ihUon, Ky. Bold only in boxes. Frttt should not stand after being cut, it loses its flavor as well as its freshness and will not coolr so well. Have no equal ns a prompt and positive Dure for sick headache, biliousness, consti pation, nam in the side, and all liver trou bles. Carter's Little Liver Fills. Try them. Nnw Zealand offers a bounty of five cents each for the destruction of English sparrows. _ Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar upon a cold. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure iu one minute. The cost ol the Paris Exposition will bi $10,000,000. of It is no longer necessary to take blue pills to rouse tho liver to action. Carter's Little Liver Pills are lunch uetter. Don't forget thia. In some of tbo Australian colonies at tempts wore made to preserve rabbit flesh in tins for food. One company in South Australia employed forty or fifty trappers, anil thus prepared 6,000 or 7,000. rabbits a day. But this utilizing process has been dropped since the wholesale poisoning and other methods of extermination ifave been resorted to, the public becoming shy of oat iug the rabbits as food. Claus Spreckles, the Hawaiian sugar king, is reported to have secured tho tire Philippine islands sugar crop for bis Philadelphia and San Francisco sugar re fineries. The greater part of the sugar will go to Philadelphia when the new re finery i9 completed, as the San Francisco refinery will get a partial supply from the Sandwich islands. Tho Philadelphia es tablishment will have a capacity of one million pounds of raw sugar per day. It is feared that lovors of bianc mange will huve to go without their favorite deli cacy another yci price for tho material from which it is made. Sea moss gatherers along the Vine yard and South shores are in despair. Al most none is being secured. They attrib ute the dearth of the moss to the unsea sonably mild weather with no ice. Reports from other shores more distant arc of com plaints of little or no inoss at this time, when there should be plenty. A manufacturing firm in New York have sent to tho United States Department of Agriculture specimens of a new fiber they arc making from the stalk of tho cotton plant, hemp, and tion aad snd • else pay a very high as The samples strongly resemble seem to bo adapted to all the uses hemp is put. to, A few fillers of it twisted together in tho hand show remark able tensile strength, although no exact oomparativo tests with other libers have vet been made. A collection of the fibers at hemp, llax, jute, ramie, etc., from all parts of the world is being made by tho Department of Agriculture, and a new in invented by which itia In the m uro froste i* C. *nt has be stru expected that the tensile strength of each will be ascertained with great accuracy. Help Wanted. We offer GOOD PAY to WOMEN for tp© eial work up to JULY next. Beside« good pay ' s50os™jr usent doing the best work ; $400 to the Beonna, and bo on. Men, boys and girl* can make hundreds of dollar« between now and July 1KH». This Is a HPECIAL chance, and holds pood only until July. Addre«* CURTIS PUBLISHING CO. PHILADELPHIA. PA. ir>ui IBIS MTU fur work rformed, ven as an resent to i" • Dm üfJCATARRH Cold in Head Y'a B fever iu hr s [ Ely's Cream Balm] & F.LY URO L, M Warren 8L.N. Y. Diamond Vera-Cura FOR DYSPEPSIA. A positive coax ro t xhdioistiox ass au Stonuoh Trouble« Arilin, Tblrifr«. g«f g«. a-m.ro IS or General Dealer mill for you if not already in clock or U trill on receipt of AS ct$. (3 boxes 1 1.00) sent on receipt oj 2 cent etamp. I'"Mr Sa Ma |' THE CHARLES A. VOGELER 00., BaIUmp«, Id. M OTHERS' FR 1 EH P W CHILD BffiTHM IF USCD I IFOW« O OMFIN1M1HT. "M<rr««ilP SAiCkDüT.g. HAPfUIA BCSI'LATUR Co., ATLANTA. «A. SOLO FT AIl D.rooi.Ta Book to March April May rheum». IlT*r aim* heeled. the bloed blood part by wiii freedom need th« aid of » roiutbto median« Ilk» Hood's Saruptrllla, os now. Daring th« foot. eoM ototor, ibo blood becomes thin snd Impur«, tbo body bo* weak and tired, the eppottto way bo loot. Hood*. He reopen lie is peculiarly odaptod to portfy end «nrtcb tbo blood, to c roe to e food appoMtO and to OTimima that tired feelln*. Hood's Sarsaparilla threw It violin "■very spring for years I have made It a praettef to take from three to bottle* of Hood's Sara* part I la, became 1 know It portfles tbs blood sad thoroughly olean*** the system of all Imparities* That languid feeling, sometimes called 'spring fever.' will never visit the system that has been properly cared for by this never-falling remedg." W. H. LkWHiNC*. Editor Agricultural Epltomist, many blood Co., testi End), per and B. all Indlaiinpoiln. Ind. The Best Spring Medicine "I bave taken three bottle* of Ilood'e flareapa. rilla and consider U the beet blood medicine 1 have ever taken. It build* me up. make* me Bleep bot . give* me a good appetite end improve* my bealih generally.'' Mas. A. P. Lkiuuton. Port land, Me. with say B. bot of "B. sore tor Hood's Sarsaparilla Snld by ,11 (IrnçKl.U. Il: for». Prep.reA only b, C. 1. HOOD A CO.. ApothecarIM, Low.ll, Mua. 100 Doses One Dollar Spring Disorders Shattered noire», tired brain, Impure blood, debilitated erstem, all are the natural out« come In the spring. A medicine must be und. and nothing equals Paine's Celery Com pound. We let other, praise ui—you cannot help bellovlng a disin terested party. lîrigsdler-QeuenU W. L. Greonleof, Burling ton, Vt., writes : "I hare used Paine's Celery Compound on sovcral occasions, and always with teseüt. Last spring, being very much run down and debilitated, 1 commenced taking 1L Two bottles made mo feel like a new man. At a general tonic and spring medicine I do not know ol Its equal." "I bare used two bottles of your Palnel Celery compound, and It has given entire sat isfaction as an appetizer and blood purifier." T. L. HKKNF.it, Watertown, Dakota. m * and not has and uso trial col nil that bo and de have this Paine's Celery Compound Is proscribed by physicians, recommended by druggists, endorsed by ministère, praised by users, and guaranteed by the manufacturer*, ns a spring medicine which will do all that la claimed for it Use it this spring, and see bow quickly it tones you op. Purifies the Blood. of but to M. it and Full nccounts of wonderful cures made by Paine's Celerv Compound after other medicines nnd the liest* physicians had failed, sent free. There's nothing like it. - ^ fl.co. Plx for $3.00. Druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt any Color. Economical DIAMOND DYES ftÄ' a scientific food/or inval id«,convalescent* relish A LACTATED FOOD bi Intelligent Reader* will notioe that Tutt's Pills are not "searranted to cure*' nil elauM of disease», but only »ueh mm result from »disordered liver, viii Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Costroness, Bilious Colic, Flatulence, etc. For thus th«y ar© not warranted 4n fallible, bn t are aa nearly so aa it is pos sible to make a remedy. Price, 2act*. SOLD EVERYWHERE* I ] at a and oat bis re re the es is Al of & The mother of a member of oar firm has been ■ured of a oaneprou* /ears' standing by taking 8. 8. S. PENDLETON, YEARY k ItIL*T, Druggists, Karmersrilie, Tex. Swift's Specific cured our babo of an angry erup tion called Hczema after tho doctor's prescriptions aad failed, and she is now hale unci hearty. H. T. SHOBK. Rich Hill, Mo. fM"8end for our books on Blood and Skin Disease! snd Adrlco to Sufferers, mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. DRAWER 3, ATLANTA. OA. her face of twenty CHOICE TEXAS LANDS Rare Chance for Settlers. Tfie R.jlroad System of Tex»l tl.Tins d.v.lojwd as to bring within easy access or good lntsriur l seaboard markets tbo lends grunted to th. so HOUSTON &TEXA 8 CENT'L RY.C 0 . It baa been determined to offer to aettlcra th* Renowned Agricult'l Lands Located aloug the line of the Fort Worth A Donver City It. It., beginninK with Wilbarger County, comprising it all 200,000 ACRE8 In farm* of 1(V0 «rre# and upward. These laud* were located by the Company apjon* the carli«at, wfth cAperial rare art to eoil. timber and water. They ar* affanted to the growth of cotton, corn, oat*, wheat, barley, rye, vegetable*, orchard* and garden* and the various domestic grafl*«». Situated In theefcvated and healthy region known m the Southern J'unbundle of Teia*. they poaeeeaa genial climate, favorable to man and beaat, where outdoor work can be carried on tbo year round, and uro in marked contrant, with region* of early aud lato froste or of destructive ** blizzard*.'' Population i* fast pouring in. nnd local government i* already estnbllehed, with school*, churches,,Ac. Tr.RMSor Hai.b: One-fifth cash, balance in four equal yearly iiayinont*. with interest on deferred payments. For further information us to the** and laud* In adjacent counties, apply to J. S. NAPIER, Vernon, Texu, (who it prepared to show to purchasers); ;or to C. C. GIBBS, Land Ag't, Houston, Tex. SCOTTS EMULSION OF FUSE COD LITER OIL MHpWitdlk&Sè Almost as Palatab le«* Milk. Th. only nrqxuntlon of COO UTM OIL th»t iu b. Uknmdilr «u>4 lolmUA for t Im( Um hr Collet, .(Mucha. _______ s tf.h'dd 'fmmaST (jHILUffEW it (» " Prescribed and Y. ■nrel .ndoned IS th. eoimtrle. of tb. wof Erne flat* *»p *lipra*|M*t |' csajAEi.» LY AND 6ARKF014iy ^-— I put up. Addr«*a FLOYD k MOONEY, MENPMIft tPliUlUmKlMMMniHl» 9 For of T A / il Sr <* f, $ I V •< v J; P , < H fi ^1 Mil! J Ÿ •< * Fv] ■am 3 &V v* ■ m n i* a /Ai i & \\ ^ V LONGFELLOWS MAIDEN, who ia— " Standing, with reluctant feet, Where the brook and river meet, Womanhood and childhood fleet 1 " is a typo of thousands of young girls who are emerging from tha chrysalis stage of their exiitenoe, as they enter upon their " teens." Nervous, excitable, irri tabln, stirred by strange, unknowable forces within them, each a mystery unto herself, our girls need the tendcrest care, the most loving, patient oversight, and the aid of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prlscriptlon, to safely carry them through this critical period, during which, Iu too many lives, alas, are sown the seeds of dis tressing forms of diseases peculiar to the female sex. But this boon to woman kind will prevent all such diseases, or cure them If they have already seized a victim. Woman owes it to herself, to her family, and to her social station, to be well and strong. Let her then not neglect the sure means of cure. Prescription " Is a legitimate medicine, carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate organization. It is purely vegetable In its composition and perfectly harmless In Its effects in any condition of the system. Sold by druggists ; $1.00, or six bottles for. $5.00. 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For only lO eta. ] Will mall a paper of Med. together with myelugyt Catalogue and a new Ererlnsting Y lower 1 Catalogue will not be aeni ualc*a stated for n* yon may already »osseas It. Oar Msr flcfnt Illustrated Catalogue #br lSltli the finest ever Issued. Profusely Illustrated with fi ne cu ts an d co lored plates, lnlt Isoffered sjlports Look to it for many 4EAI er before offered. Price JO cents per copy sent free exeept to those wbo order the ab are Batin Flower Seed. Send at aa rark.N.T. a nl Uli aflfer will •nun this mu *ar« AM V For any one of UAL I CHOICE äfrn* 8? 1$ Vegetable or Flower Seed,, Rote«, Shrubt, Grape Vines, Fruit Treei, Etc. For example, we fend postpaid and guarantee safe arrival 90 Packet» Choice Flower Seeds, BO aorta, price fl.80, for....91.00 80 Packet» Choloe Vegetable Seeds 80sorts 1.00 ]& Ever blooming Hoses, 15 beautiful aorta 1.00 14 Geraniums, 14 sp 15 Carnations* 1» elc 1.00 lendtd torts.... egant sorts. 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TRAU* TUI* PAPER trtrj FtsaiylvtsU Agricultural Work* M h, Vuqiku's HuluC Kb|Um ul tew Mth, ■ „ • _ So* f*r OeialsfM. FertaMs Ota. A ^ " Meaery, Tryika *»« a,- ** Wnat.A r ahqchah « Ml, lark. r«. I mmiIm tlHo ASSORTED LAMPS IN BARRELS I JUBT TH® GOOD* FOR It »TAIL TRADE I 'V Co. —-WHOLRHAl.e DBALgKN IN CMRA, BLASS AND QUEENSWARI. RAW FUR SKINS Mithin a*h erim hm. SSORTMfNT, • HONEST A LhiSim El). yfprÄ Et* I smi mm yrnwha e SCROFULA. Of all the Ills that human flesh is heir to, 8orofula ü moot prevalent. Very few, indeed, are entirely free from some tainbof Scrofula Young people of dellette constitution are often afflicted by this disease, which manifests Itsoll In various forms. The gland* of the neck, groin, abdomen, etc., become enlarged, eithei persistently, or with slight Impairment ot health. lu Swellings in the Neck frequently become so engorged *dth florof formed. 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