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IHE SEDALiA AVEEKXY BAZOO. TOESBAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1886.
MY KATE. tnem we are making this del ?' more man in other Homer; You Tou flfee wa.s not as pretty as women 1 know. Atxl yet a!l our beat wade of sunsh.ne and a nr ia. Drop to shade, melt to naught in the long troddeu way a. lite shf ' still remembered on warm ana Old daya My Kate. air had a meaning-, her movements a grace; turned from the fairest to gaze on her faee: wheu you had once seen her forehead and face aw aa dial nctly her soul and be truth- My Kate. Such a blue Inner light from her eyellda out broke. Tou looked at her silence and fancied she spoke; When she did, so peculiar, yet soft, was tue tone. . t Though the loudest spoke also, jou heard her alone My Kate. 1 doubt if she said to you much that coulo i act As a thought or suggestion; she did not ; attract )d the sense of Ike brilliant or wise: I infer Twas her thinking of others made you tb.nk of her My Kate. ftbe never found fault with you. never im j pjied Tour wrong by her right; and yet men at n r t Am iw.at ix' 6 nut ' "Can't rfTfl it to von, hut ou shall of sLffht, which roeaus that ac m well lawre tfce ipood lurk if yam Jl bay.- a a . I. ..11 I l .. ',i I..... I fr. .111 yon No- no. tin e it me "How cited jam an out you are sunerstitioiis tinder the neat! land and landing her crew in White Strand cove. Some few moments more and three youn men in boating flannels, and each with a rough i . . I M pea-jackei atop appe.reu iron, e.uiu- ; r wwfctW1 I benng up the face of the heidland. , I fc. Then the part? went on more swiftly. . . . Plot on to and arrows the white sun lit roadway, then down an opposite lane, rough and stony and untended. This lane finally lost it-elf on fur common, where short, sweet, BMMSJ gr;i.- was patched irrejrulurljr lv a savagery of gorse and Inner and strong. waviTig bracken. Meta, walking apart, pulled the bracken; Kate and X.xtM with enere-v of a mote talk Ies.Nie, wun euei i i.nv- - ative and less solitarv humor, bade the j lroP ,'.10 lA- I've fount! and I'll just Meta paro- a bv not srivin? vou the flower. "Or the good luck! O! yon will." "No. What waa mast, ring this rerj proud disciple of mailer of fa t? His sun tanned fae Hushed, and something carried him oat of bis former viae self. He ran back to the brook, where he saw one golden -starry btoauosn Ift and plucking n he brought it like side tho Ortv nobler, girls purer, as through whole town Tht children were gladder that pulled at her gown My Kate. rouse men brinjr ut their knives and -.'s , i slash away mossy nraiicnes oi gor?e and fur.c. "Where i all thin logo now?" asked Doyle Pailipaon, I be elder of the two English brothers. "If this common the" haunt of of the enemy?"' A twinkle lighted np a would-be grave face. (), don't!" Meta's exclamation was instinctive. There! cried the Manxman of the n.trtv. "Take Meta's horror for roar a w at her feet confessed lovers in that None knelt thrall: Tbey knelt more to 5od than they used whs hi; If jou pr:t si d her as eharminjf. some aske.; wiiat vou meant. Hut the eharm of her presence was felt hen- atw went My Kate. Ttie weak and the gentle, the ribald and rude fcbe took as she found them, and did them .'. good : It was always so with her see what you have! ftbehasmnde the prs greener even here with her grave My Kate. My dear one! when thou wast alive with the rest, 1 bad thee the 6weetest, and loved thee the best: And now thou art dead, shull I not take thy part A9 thy smiles used to do for thyself, my sweetheart' My Kate. Elizahtth Barrett Browning. p:iHV. I ; i k e . l i ; i ini mi iui kcY-ndc, PhilipHOauoryoa Ik- setting b,t- nd she n.n up to all in danger ot the evil influence .i .i... i ..;..,...! don't sav that at all. qaiefcly vrUh to 'FAIRY WORSHIP." The Picture Which a Younff Artie1 is to Paint. -ii A ITER I. The son was nigh its setting. On: ver the level, shining sea he seemed to lie; blood-red and ruddy purple fdeamed the tfciobbing waves of the h rizon; rosy and gnldca eanic the lippHag wavelets from that distant path of the sea to the yellow sands of the Manx coast. A path, winding up a headland, ted from the western shores to a white road. The red gleam of the minset was upon it and the sparse heather landward glowed ruddy a fome girl sauntered loitering along the path. There were three of them, sisters. One was a child, HcmIc; the others. Meta and Kate Qualiiough. were on the happy borderland oi girlhood and womanhood. We have no pietareaana national garb of a foreign land where with to set them forth they were dressed as hundred cf girls in London might be dressed, though they came out of so pune a Manx raee as to be proud of the day when English people were looked upon as foreigners in Man. Neafie was full of rlife; she danced ahead, or she lingered behind, she sprang to right or left aver the broken ground of the headland: what her BS ters waited for had evidently no strong hold OO her thoughts. At last she gtrack iti with this: "Yell be utterly foolish, you girls, idling here any longer for those lad-." Her accent lore the North country lilt and the soft, sweet tones of the M inx people. 4I yon think the'!i Ik-leaving their fishing f r the- " 4,Hist!" commanded Meta. The srirls srete all at plav in a sense, but it was play with a serious vein in it to Meta. Eh? fna full of res;. 4!" and wild Meant threw unt her arms and ntaae a gav, bowing revereaefl in a circling fahion to the halls and the green mountains, 'lint the boys arc not so. and I'm thinking they'd only be bin lur ing us if they were here.' Still, are proaaised " Kate pot in. M And tbey promised, too; and if they break tbeir promise we'll ba hoe from ours, i say. lo come, we'il be awfully late, and there's I lot to do." Then they walked on a bit faster. Bessie was owl of sight but yel they were closely fallowing on her steps. So many turns and bends and shoulders are there to these Manx headlands that one may be easily out of ight. A shout burst forth into the still, summer air. and the next moment. Wesaie, with waving arm- and with yellow ha.rtly ing as the light wind caught her. WSM seen on the topmost bit of ("I'OUa. "Boafl ahoy!'" and her nrms gestieu lated. There was a boat skimming across the bay- Tee bay. One anbon neted head was in the stern of the round, deep Ix at: it belonged to a inner lad. who was the working chum f three aoarlet-eapped youths. One of these lat was a Qnaltiongh, a con-in of t lie girls: the others were hit friends, lads who a year or two back had been with him at Kin'r William's Colleire at u of t tie hotii Kh, Willie!" and Neaate flung her rigorowa amall self against her cousin, h. rself armed with a huge bundle of prickly f ire. ye'U be the WOTSt of the tfcree. You ought to know better." MBlessed arc the immunities affignof nor "I oiinor Philinaon renlied. "I n i kuow I wih to Meta wdl tell you then." The gir! was still in her silent humot perhaps a dangerous humor for a nature msl a degree prone to mystiei.e aver tkmga. These were men from the outer world, the brave outer world of which she dreamed: tin faithlesa owter world which she knew ridiculed any ancient fantasy of custom. Should slu- b' sib-til or sliouid she 1h brave and show that hc was not too weak to acknowledge her weakness? One see Ottd she had for hesitation but m more. "Will yon1 came the jiiestion puintadh pat to her- ai yonr cora uiands upon me. Mis?; Qnalliongk, and 1-11 me while I obey?'' How light and yet how true did be look as his clear- browed eyes met hers; Meta flushed vith pleasure. Was there really a sensible man going to listen to her old wives' fables and lis ten with respect? Tbe delight of this hashed through her and made the dcli caie Manx face of the girl radiant. Manx feminine beauty has not had much eulogy, iery likely: but where will vou find more deliealc features, brighter intelligence anil paier ex pression than in the mens of the girls of Man? Mela Qnal trough wa.s a pict ure, with all the loveliness of those island women. "Ton mean ii?" was her cry, and her faee area full of enthnsiasm. Her blue eyes took i tire oi brilliancy, and the clear delicate pink of h;r com plexion heightened its color with one uumk luah, gone a nam as it was seen. "Assuretillj 1 mean it. Ignorance but no charm for me as it has fr soar eeiiuin there. But 1 da not promise faith, mind you." A shadow fell over Meta's r.olianee. A wry ijuick-e'.ed young n.an was this, lie saw it. and read. t. in his kimllv. s mpath-tic sotil the measure of her trouble. o rending be at once set himself to gladden her again. He Was thinking what a lovely study her radiame would make far MUM girl saint of middle age religion. "very one has a chink in bis armor, you know: and, though I am matter of fact personified, you may just may" he mailed, "nasi me vulnerable somewhere." The rest were abend, every one of them laden with grass or sun-dried stuff for the burning. These two gathered up their burden- aod fol lowed, talking all the way. From the" prorscy common the track Was home ward for the girls, and I hey crossed a meadow, stopping at its further ide by a brook, where grew clumps of golden marsh marigolds. These were nil id as much as the dry stusT, but not for burning. I thought not." s;,jj Edgar, the younger of the Pbilipeon. "They're Br tOO prett. You have s,,m,. jn a bow i at t'OUT bouse. Ti.ey come far before the lilies of the London esthetes, in art opinion." This young man was not. like his brother, an artist, but n trader. .To put his status quite plainly he U "as a clerk iti a tea meivhant's of fice. And lu re he wa trending on to the debatable ground of lily worship! Yerv well out here,1 said VOttng Qualtrough. rather t' stly: but not the things for girls to wcarou their dresses. You don't mean that?" I was tbinkinc of that. and tin Phis is f,.; ion." he cried. There is 2ood luck, infinite good luck for , ou. and if for vou, then for me. ! a Vou have given me your faith A shout from the rest interrupted ; J him. t ould u possibly be going to say that he had fa.th inthoscold wives fables of Ifeta's? (, Ik quick, they are all waiting for ih." and M' ta ran before him. She could bv no means face any talking in in .such a passionate .strain a this mat terof fat vouth was develooinsr. She a mm . I lie oi tiers ittifirliitiir ami talkinsr irailv. ertainly her humor had wottdroualy changed. cuArru ii. The sweet midsummer eve closed in and the rrav of the night came n. neon sucfi a sweetiv warm siuniner night. She lingered behind. Hut among such a gay string of nierry folks who would notice one itraggk r3 Nessie was by Jim and talkiag hard and fast. No one paid any heed to her, but we must, for the subject of her talking affects our story. There were nine lots. Jim." "Be, missee, I'll know that, and nine have 1 set the light ten." retining hi- word real Manx fashion. Then where are thev? Six - seven eiht." she counted. It's beyond me, mnwee; but nine' II be the number I Undled. Sure, by token, I'd onlv ten matches in me box here, an' one 1 left for the pipe. Hah!" He blew on to the pipe s bowl. "It s nigh out she'll be. missee, with me talking an' talking." Here he took a good whiff to ward off the fulfillment of his words The boys must have matches. I'll by no means go without my nine!" Kessie was always a bit selt-willed. Kb. missee?- let be. I wouldn't mterfsra " Interfere?' Sure H What stuff!" XeeaSe's pmy bad no faith no faith of I he timorous sort, at ie:i. 'I'm as strong as the fairies. If They put the t'.r- out 111 light it t again! I bal i will! She ran back to the young men. Whereat Jim faced lbM iucviiaolc and bestowed his active ear, upon his pipe. He imrwgged hj- ln-n shunbler.'; per hapsit wasa&tbi I '! !:. d.n- s-of oung maids. All Si Mine a new blae f liiriit sprang into i!-- gmi nijrjst. II came with I MitUleti Bash just behind where Nes-,e an i Ine Ustool and n m Stranaers from the fn i'ii land of Kn gland wonder d as they drove; home fi m ibt'ir tlriv's cenrsionine at the fane? of the peasants for setting light talked. to the gorse every where i One gold. ilash tht re w.; dry All the roang Quail roughs were out gnrse ba I caught a sin inklering spark. Im ili crr..in:l milh Willie and his 1 let t at 1 h- .T . one miffhl iaV. of IKS m - m m w m a flash dWU and a A ouick. I i s . . m m m - - m - mmi ------ ----- w been midsummer ee he could rccol- short en on me top oi .1. n lect without the burning of the watch- Meta's foot treading on the unseen tires. No. indeed: and, if his children dry gorse had pushed a toward the had shown themselves very advanced dj ing match had kindled the flame, in the common sense of the age and and her dress, a soft muslin thing, neglectful of the dd customs, he, good , had been caught fry it. There was a ... . . i I L. 1 II ....... iK.t a... I -.11 u-uru .i-t tu:i!i. won LI iae llisl Lmm-ii Olie decree rusu. .ui-i ..v.. - - - - frlfaadn lie. tlunltrouh. L'rav-heailed i .lim'.s ni ith i. l ii and wise, treat out too. Perhaps he j down: then another burnt liarbcid over ii all, but th-rehad never : brighter, more g.! !eu blae. . mm I a I. a '.i mM nneomfbrtabl imrprised. They had all had a merry supper -Manx folk are primitive, and tapper i not yel wholly cast into oblivion and then all went out Two of the girls threw light shawls aver their heads; Senate tnck on a gray felt hat of her father s, and thev went ravlf round l the Innise anl throie-h the unkempt clinging to v inn- is a way mat ner cousin unmistakably approved. Before nwather aamanaamai day came round there were two MissQual tiowghs the ! it Bens Hill. Doyle Philipuwa does not. so ranch as heretofore, parade his matter of fact, and he is going to make his UUasV aaiy fame, so he aaya, by ptetwrs which shall have fairy worhip for its motive There is ur'i"g " n,xt ':kr marvel of a Saxon maiden, a golden ' haired Saxon maiden, by a roeky shore, wearing a gnldm bawl mari aold. The critics s:l it is beautiful. WM . . ... " mm It is Meta. A'i th i ir iiouu'i. A GREAT MISTAKE hxs heretofore leen male in the treatment of rheumatism, neuralgia, ami nervous or sick headache. This is evidenc-eil by the failure on the part of thousands of sutlerera o find reiki', even though they have ex hausted the skill of various phjlillMI and tried nunuwous so-nlleil remedies, lo aucii Alhlophort s is otlen d as a m vre, and quirk rnv. lt success has been phe nomenal, and yet it is not surprising be cause it wiU do ail that is claimed to-it. The Athlophoros C o. will gladly refer any who desire to make an investigation to nibble oartits who have been curtd by it. J. K. tollespie, Keal rotate ami Loan Ageut. at Atlantic. Iowa, says : My rheu matism tirst appeared in the hip, and then extended down into the lam through the chmc nerve. I tillered win ther standing OT Sitting, aal it uas with the atest ol dnucuay that 1 succeeded m hobbling to nn oftW eaeh daw 1 eonsuh.tl physicians, iuo tried everv ren;sly 1 could learn ol without anvpiod et'iets whatever. My re:st fears were that I would always have i:. As 1 w s writing a letter to this lnend inCliii airo, I casually made note ol my rhaa matismand thought no more about it. Imt mv latter w as answerwl very prompt tell ing me toi se Athlophon s; also stating his r.; tl.er's case and cure which was more se vere than mine. 1 at once purchased a ' ttle and by the time 1 had finished taking it, my rheumatism was gone. I was a little too quick to top, it had not g ne entirely out of my system. I had anathei little attack, but another bottle of Athlophorns did the work. It has now Inrn over a year since, and I SSWsidi r it an excellent medicine, and have recom mended it to others.' Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlsasmius Pills, but where they can not be Inncrht of the druggist the Athlo- 1 1 1 Wail St.. New ork. Mill sr . a Catarrh, kly' Wfi v W v ream jcaini mT'm,fm Ull-,r tm$s Cftaa BsKs ti saw and t latw rHAY FEVER XL SV mWJS A ysy Cold in Head, ATAKKII, HAY FEVER. Sot n iJipiid, Snnjf or Vov drr. Freefnin USA. AfcMiriOMS dmgnnud UaY-PEVCQ Orfo'r. A iarUV ll aaplhSl into wh nostril asvl ii aseeahl- i'i ioe " . uU l Irii5iH h ma t, rtg; smvmI, i -no. CWnhwa Vwmx BL9 BH's , 1 A Missouri Trnst Co. iapital Paid Up Surplus - - - $100,000 10,000 MREDT0B& F A. hssnwswaj tA. CTssnUH, W. T- Hnfrrhininn. F. r Hewssan, Henry Lanim. JL Q. Twanshil, (ieo. I.. FaulhnWr. We make I s !tialty of Baaaajhaj trnst funds, and are always prepare! to furnih ;1e :tnd profitable investments. Persona having money to invest will find it to their interest to call oh us before investing elae here. We alw tys hve money to loan on real estate, on long or short terms, at low rate without eesasMsaaav Savings Deposits Received and luterest Allowed Thereou. i WJonind Meia was down upon the ground before the rush :ind erv were done. Kvery tlame was out, every smoldering spark was hurriel out M Km. K..r nne moment Meta lost siirht send either learriass frskll on re iit of and souu 1- Then uieniot v Hashetl regular pntv, nbich is i.n p i toiiie back one sight and one sound -Doyle m m mm m m Phiiinson she ha-I seen tear on niseoai a Iwxnrions flower garden: tln'iathrough and she tiad he.tni him give one erj. the kitchen Erarden. where monstrous eaWbages sheeted the bds with their crumtded outr haves: where the tangle of lonir were made b strawberries blinked rear from amid a I aha dreaming still? There suekers; where alleys. iiv iraineo aiinie uee. whose aesea vonne fruit promised i I 1 to lads and in:. ids in the days to coine. ' Ah!" siuhlenly young I'hilipson es- t claimed. The Carrie's lire at Ballaeeggaaf1 and Mr. (ualtrough turned round. t..t'l' MIV llHIl'' m ' - mm w -mm- ' " - How tlie -.oft irray nij;ht echoed the j words! Had she dreamed them? Was ' now mm . m . 1 - I - I T I - . I U r. no tin, the iiicKerinji ums oi ir ( distant hills were paling under the bree.e, her father stood ov r her bid di her not to be afra'ul." Vtmrcoat has sulered.?1 This she heara Mr. Qaaltiowch say to a dim. shadowy figure. The oice w as low and such as comes when a man s inner ' self U Uembliag. w! l)ile m:i!' a iv'nt answer. .vin a - fr thlophors nrd Vr liver nt:t ktdrey H '.. n ui.:isni v in noil' .f i. ..i...n MUi.' i.-il !i .ri hMtlil.lt ,4 ...r.UV... . .rmm .. J biool. Athtoir. 111:5 are r.fiuilel. ?ies-. lfi-Ma ts rtei i'ltv. iilM- a.-e oi. pen.- II Q A ( KANDALU IWl ,i;n L FA L'LH iBEK, Treas. Mnei : 107 Ohio St.. Sedalia, Mo. 7-lJ-tuVwlv FIRST N AT10N AL B AN K . S 31! ALIA, MO. Paid up Capital, Surplus, $100,000.00 70,000.00 There hal come a golden, sprmgin 9 1 I- 1.. 1. . - - - 1 . USn III" niu im mis i.is 1 v. --r . HorridT" Hessie exelaiaaed ansrilv; do answer Ugbtij. even when perhaps and ours are not alight vet. dim is the jrrav st uaeation of their life is horndl I especially gaae him orders ngnting tor 11s nnswer ni&um tutm. to light up earl v, becanse Mowa Oorria I B pushed his arms into his coat- j . 1 .1 iJ 1 Jw.iv ' vl4vi, :tnd all at once found that in JlaU : '4 I Ill'l I l .lll- I III Villi l 1 1 V f ' I - " ms-mm m m - - " - - mT9 Jmm I'll b meakiag inorninir 4lb. dear, lo. said. I will." And moniciit be wa crushing down tlie rising Ihtme of Meta's drees he had got his hand burned. A week hence the young man had to go away from .Man. winie ill VIII ..II Iii Oualiroiitrh was to drive them to ii " 1 eea lying up to the 1 Douglas ou the morrow, so as to be WJ to him to-morrow Willie, her cousin. AURANTI I M 01 t!diwhis-UaLlcmialun.lriMr-- A trt hour s drive ; this was. and the) must he up be- times. He and his fr'n-nds had strolled .. 1 1 Lta ..ll....' V....l... over tin iieit: inmi iu un i nu.-" . thev would nataralrf say good aye to wooden ladder which lea an to what ! time for boat . 11 a. 1 .. j il.i i!it mi.' UleV eaiicu men mkjivoiii, m ue miniature tower which gave a good view hut mill's and miles of farm lands, of .i:. .. .x.nneiiiio . .t u'uvliirii llil llill'll 111! M I II I I II -. l - . . mw w all for strangers of one I the gins ana tae ynawross m orc savage. st(,rm-iatterei an 01 ; nui. Again it wa.s a summer nignti ara.n the girls were wandering abawl the old garden. Meta was aloft in the "look j rut." Kate was below nuteting the voting nien.Nessie was chasing a w hite . .... ... . . ... ... i...t . .... .11,, 1 ,,l I ib ii wt K . : r-J ui u - j M ,Hnuaitif..ll!ie.hin-l. iOl m lory:mij .WruKW lv np. .. InilMT- :i -t.. ..-ii -ms nvliin. rl ilu- ml l.nr- il til ?MlM.'.i :i byiii mulaeirn n i.r. BlbuUMMt a sight of bit of Man. Grand f1 sb, erietl ioronslr. Grand! We re alight now! hh! I ll not heed IfoWS having the start: we'll be far the lines!." A pale golden tire began to shimmer on a near bv hill: it Spread and -pread until verily the whole of the hillside was a trick -y, flashing dance of lire. Our gor-e is not there?" Doyle wondered. 'Eh? No. This i im private busi ness. Jini ami 1 did this in the mom- IIIL'. So! That is bow dim dons hi weed ing?" her father began. Yes. That'll be bis manner of weed .. . if t-i... in.ej-ninnier ee. lie eoniuu i 1 II IT oil nlier his nli-tr--!'' I Ie than -No. Mr. Philipson." she went on. The bits of find WSJ go! this evcninir are n the other id'. Look! I saw Jim atrass onli two minutes ago; he'll be lighting it up nonr.1 She 'was right. A. hilloefcy lift of tbe land was spangled all at once with mm 1 .1 m m pat-hesoi iiaun. ruuov ua!iu', gumtjn biittertlv. Dovle biliison had. many davs back. cniie to the solution of one grave aaeetann, bwtt not leing a rich man. and leing honorable to what OWM folks might call an extreme de gree be had commanded himself to hide the love he had for Meta Qail tnuigh. Nay, he it w ho had has tened the departure from the island lc caeee. seeing Meta da b day, he eonM not keep eve and tongue in cool obedience. And the sweet, la.y hour of evening hnd come, and M l a had chanced to ba aloof, and t!ic others had chanced to drift into the eoaspanj) of each fther who talks of ciianee? The would-be-mstler of fari young aiti t was mas tered. He told his story, and all his via mainlands were scattered to the w inds. What ther two aaM only the I flame, llamc that spatted and mated as uight heard. It was an old story made srreen it mastered the juices 01 Im bracken. We have an extra grand show to nirht. girU." Mr. Qnaltrowgh iwgan. Vho shall say our old customs are dying oatf Bat 1 expeel it is as much ! in imir honor :is in that of the fairn nev. an I t!u-re aiwa;. - irolden orig- m m t m inalitv afrOOt these ettl-new siories. Meia and DojMI were coining down from the lookout," the rest were in a group. It is arrant noaaense, Kate, f r you .. . . L ' 1.1 flrivn into l.nc' a-at Mien an nour. . . . .. .. v 1 . 1, u 1 .... - u , i-ail- 1 O" .rn'Omi, niawua. . .' 'i . i.l tr. r. b-ulM.n r-vT. ;aj ao brton. or hr lv.rs. C rH- frr. . b.i A ti'. HhimI.u-. i.al Brfstb I. . .to., kc STADICEtt S LIVEK, STOMACH ' BOWELS. It . r;U-l. h-ltlii . It. It i- itirrij iM .l v . ui i-yiriw. It - I t!n '"' ADICER'S AURANTII .. : v all DmM V. " S1.00 lrb . F. STAOIC IR, Proprietor, 3 SO. FRONT ST.. Philadelphia, Pa . Ehret. Jr. & Co., sole Manufacturers. OrepahedJjofing AO AY CLIMATE. - Mhhet Jk& Co. Comer OUo and Second Strestg. ( vkl's ewkikk. President, hi RECTORS. (,Nf,WKIKK. K. H. tI K.NTHEJv Wm.Ok.vkv. A. I. Jwnes. j. R, Basoncrx, I. C rnsnaaaai A. t'KILLII. TMl I;;nk )r prepared to huy nasi ell Eichar.ije an the leading eonimereial jxMiits. r ii. Mlvfr. uueurrent bans; notes, government bonds and stoeks make eoueeuoas, leeeive deposits, atd Ji-count acteasnUi nssasjn, Wc are nam innansj to draw ou sga aVafni aa ihe priai ipal cities of Ki .gland, iiehuul. France, Austria, Pnissi- aaJ ;he other Srare of Oneway, Russia nol other countries iu Plurope. Aiso citie? si the Wt?t Iotiu 5 and South America. J. C. THOMPSON. Cashier POCKET SEAL intern 1 focketseal otiicr resnarked the word. "Mi trough" he turned Ut Kate do nol --mwm m let him talk you 6ut of wearing them.'" Kate had worn some only the cven injl before. "No, I shall not: certainly I shall not!" she erietl. laughing. Neverthe less he wore only poees tiaat nijriit. What do you with t!ics-? What is th'ir virtue?" Doyle aked f Meta. Y(u shall see if you can bt patient. Their virtue? I can not sav.t" Eniply seer!" crieil the J BSang man. leg ue e reaoned out the tires. u the 1 in our ikhihi as m in;u ifi im- hw - p . ., Qual-'and witches " he aoeVM to the young Bo spoke Willie QtialUwigh, Iheprti : II.. mi.i1 K:ite otten s luaolnrd. W-m t k j t i . lit m m m m B mm k . - a w mmrmmr m mm. m 4 m m 9 -mm m m mm m - 'W Castletown, but who, being English, but here I don't know a here to begin. m s m m m m . . . 111 t were onlv in Man for a summer jaunt now. And now it had been for the delecta tion of these same young Englishmen that the doings of that midsummer eve were being made so much of. "Do they mean to land or not?" asked Kate. Undoubtedly," was Meta's decisive word. "Do thev not know i for C 9 We alwavs do it - the children always doit.' What?" "We lay them about on tat door sills and the window sills, uftd we strew taesa by tee oataenses. Ii is for coed luck.' We all want 'good bck." H "So we do, but I'd like a reason to see will 'good luck lurks within the mvsteries of these marsh marigolds Tiny, seated like the girls on the battlements "f the miniature lower, were gazing here and ther. one uaartet nasi then another was made alight. Beaeeas, like stars, blazed out far away. Evidently the whole neigh borhood was of one mind. We will not aecept that idea to nigiii. -ir." Dnyla niwiiffirj "No. no: let us not tempt the powers. But ean we not go among it all? Two hrates will take us where .lim is." )! if yon like." So the' left the ganlens and tramped over a held in the allloeX ridge. There was a good deal f talking and laugh ing, as might Ik supposed, but among it all Mfta was armin silent. She was . . u . i. wearinir tier one mar-h marigoni Muck under Eer chin, as a girl might wear a growing stunied eon-ill. He alul ivate oivu piuuuiei. t on-ill.- do do so. Thanl;.' -l outed. "But I 11 judge best for Mjeett. I have shop ping, ami the shops arc fresh iu the nawmhijc 11 That are they. And the -hopmen sleepv." You shall wake them no for nuT1 was oer-i-tent. "O. Willre!" The erv had actually trembling in it. Kate made a little start and again a I e,,nd start, or rather droop, back wanl to Willie's side. "Eh! that's done!" Willie was a m-t..rfnl cousin: e.e made no ado hut , drew Kate's hau l within his nrm. "He told me he shouldn't do it till next year, when he's earning again ), Willie. Kate s foeaiMliarj was 1 SOIE MA UUft C JP S . 'Z KFCXVPr.M.T. Costs 1 tliuti Til or Iron will outlast either one. and an slu brooch. She was verv careful of it, "And now that's all -moonshine. mm i. , l 1 J I ! r. r. 1 . .imns, i.imoer oeaier, has tide i and sold this roofing iu Sela- J Kn, For pric, testimonials, etc. ,aldreai ! W. K. CAHT, Agent, j US 9. Kighth St., St. l.ouis. Mo. 7-l(kl4iu Geo. r. iX)Noaa. Wbl D. Stiful ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 5-lddwly 3ELAT.TA. Ml) Nickel Piatt :1 Seal lor the Pocket for Um use of Notaries. A demand !i:is l.ni existed for a rta kla Se:li Pr-s. vii! ii: and licrht rnurh to ! W earried CMBataiently about -nes ?r ; son, or toemomize space in protectiiiir it : from dust and any improper or nnau ' tho"'' d iiv. A C VR!-. Jcfpkrson f'lTY, .Ian. 'Jtl, lSn. I have examined tht seal invented and patented recently It i certainly the mort convenient, ietil :inl correct eal Press in us', aud every officer who is re quired to u e a seal should h:'ve one. It can !e carried with as neich ease ami con venience 8 psaatt knife, and answers every purjose of the awkward, large and unwieldv press hithCllll in use. VhfHAKL K. .Mc'KATH, Seere'arv of State Kvery Seal Warranted. Orders sho';td he addressed J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo, WANTED f ,r DR- sco-rre I Corsets. Samiit(rv to thne be. romir.jr actais. N'i risk, miirk u!m. Territory gtTen. stlrscr iun gn&rwtMd. AddroM DR.SCOTT.842 Broadway St.,N.Y. AGENTS MATHEY CAYLUS J uiinA.il. .ui izi v - v -? . keeping her liant wrap well awavfrom Do you mean you nev er saw f it. 1 What danZ-r of cold could' there "bear how aaaM If 1 -Weekly Bazoo, $1 per year Try.it. "aaA titr iTT'r 55 Tri-i' i tv! 'h r, an tv f ha pfcviciaua of Pari, V rk aut LniJon, a-n! ux ri r t uU others f rt! "iTuirpt ml it all cjf. rt t i t of lont taml:T .- Ptit up only in QlaKaUotTlvsc'.ntainiug MCapaali "earh. l'RI 7, CKMS, MaKINU 'IHFM TU . ctlKAl'ESX CAPSUUS TU MAHK.LT. f rCAPSUlES