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LET THS WEARY WORLD GO ROUND.
Lot I he weary world (O round! - What caro It Xlfe's mrfoltlrd of mnd' - I wnaltl CI". It would he an ewe to 11 tWdt waving Tnai Where a ahadoW Meeting ty Of a eloudlet la the ak "Soaaetlmea i Why remain? O ra vea ara tho eh Iterlng wlmplot Against Ufo' rain; Oreee aro the anvren Sim pica Against Iire'a pain: Uravxe ara a another's illroplaa Kkrt wa complain. O death, brantlM dmthl Why do thry thro flrflcorot Je- ma thy tonrh, thy brruth -'f Bath hor alar nr riaor. 'Thee do I long await; Tf 1 think thee Tory lata; 1 pina mneh to ba going. ' Others hara gvme before; .1 hunger mora and mora To know what tbejr aro knowing. 'Waak heart, be thon content I .Aoe-ept tby bantsnrnent. Llka other Borrows, Ufa will end for Ibee; fat for a llttla while ear with thla haroh eslía. And death wtU autten and will send fur thee. National Kavtow. .STORYOFN'EW WOMAN The flint beami of Jone sou were thlning npoa at world of dew and blus eonis. Bird were tinging everywhere. and which made the dlviiiest uinulc, tlie robiui in tbo orchard or the bobolinks in the meadow, it wai hard to choose. Bo tbonght Jimmie Thompson at, nattily riling from hit Utile bod under the eaves of Farmer Thompson's big - farmbonte, be )rcparod himtclf fur the duties of the da. It waa a bony season on the farm, fur hay waa to be cat, and the ring of the acythea aa tbo women wore grinding them to an edge on the old grindstone already rote apon the air. "I wonder what mnmnia will fay to find me late again?" mnrmnrrd tho youngster nt he hurriedly donned bin imple garmnnta and tripped lightly down tho (tain. Breakfast waa already luid in tho big atone paved kitchen, and the doliciont fragrance of coffee, mingled with tbut of frying ham, combined to forecast a tempting fciuL Komewhut timidly Jimmie stole into tho room and took hit piuco at the table. He waa an only ton, and, althongb loved by hit itero mother and his yielding und mors gentle spirited father with a love tint shrank at no sncriflce in his behalf, there waa thiit in the strict dis cipline ever maintained by hit mother, combined with a naturally sensitive and docile nature, which hud repressed our poor Jimmie and given him on air of quiet hardly continent with hie bright yea and hair of willful ahining gold. "Late again, my son, and for the third morning I" remarked hit mother aa the young man tuok his teat and carefully tucked the napkin of snowy linen under bit chin. "See that thin of lense ia not repeated, or you muy go break fust less. A mutinous look darkenod for a mo ment the eye of tho youth, und he wat a boot to spenk when a firm, quick step was heird enteriug the outer porch, and a sharp knock smote the púnela of the wood flied dour. A wave of roay color swept over Jim mie Thompson'! sweet face as, hurriedly rising, he left the kitchen to amwer the summons. "Good morning, my darling I My rosebud boy in the garden of boytl" i id a low voice aa a hasty kits was pressed upon tbe lips of the youth, and be full himself strained to a womanly breast For only an instant could the lovers (fur inch they were) remain iu the outer shed before the item voice of lira. Thompson bade the visitor enter. It was a grand young woman who stepped with uncovered head into the mickt of tbe Thompson household and gave it courteous greeting. One had but to look on tbe bigh brow, the iteadfast month and tbe firm poise of tbe itata eeqne chin, to know that he stood in the presence of one of nature'! noble women. Her garments, although scrupulously neat, bespoke the working woman, and there waa that In tbe clear, lunbnrned tint of her face which told of outdoor toil. There wai a brief silence aa Jimmie, with a pleading look in the direction of fail mother, resumed hit scat. "Good morning, Nell," said Mrs. Thompson at last, somewhat grimly, laying asid her folk and reaching for a .toothpick. "What brings yon out so early?" "Oh, I'o be. o stirring lince long be fore dawn,' lespouded the young worn an. "I have cnt tbe swamp half acre and am going over on the beech meadow now. I dropped in on my way to tee if I could get the loan of your horse rake thla afternoon." "I aball be using it myself," said Mil. Thompson in tones of ttndiod in science, "and if I were iiot I don't .know that I thould care to lend it." "Ob, mother I" cried Jimmie and bit .father in reproacb'al unison, "how can .yon I" The young woman who bad thns uu exrectedlr been subjected to Mrs. Thompson'! rode speech shifted ber po sition lightly, and while a deep flush stole into ber brown check remarked, with an apparent effort at self control: "I do not understand yon, madam. We have been in tbe habit of exchang ing borae takes and other courtesies. I f ai 1 to catch the drift of your mean ing. " "Well, I'll explain myself so that you will catch my meaning, young woman, and I reckon it won't be my fault if we do not oome to complete understand ing before I have finished, " replied Mrs. T; r t " i rHr from ber teat and oon- Í . ;" ". ! t;tt ;' a .... ...... .ll I . : 11 lid tou uu. l.. j V a lu.irf tlr.twu sigh, üJ poor Juuii.it eiipped hii hand into J hat of bliTrightened father and waited for bit mother to fiuUh what the hud to say. "1 think yon were oronud hcio lift evening, aluo two or three evenings lust week, when you had no exente ta bor row borne rake, were yon not?" ques tioned the angry matron, confronting With a sniilo of Tino yet withering scorn the nnabuhhed girl to cnlmly facing her. "I wits," replied tho young woman quietly, "and I did not come to borrow farming implements of any description. " "What did yon come for, then?" shouted Mrs. Thompson. "Chull I tell you? Ko, seek not to silence me, Jim nite, " she cxcluimod as tho pule young nmu fell nt her foot, and Imrnting into tears implored her to tpeuk no furl' r. "You cuu.o, mlm, to woo thin young and innocent man. Yoa ci.me to whis per horrid v. onls Into his eur and gather auto yourself tho frchli and guileless de votion of Ms uuHuphistirutcd licnrtl Yon, a farm laborer, a monnylcHS gl'-l without expectations I You would pluck this tweet bed of mnuhood aud bear it away from the parent stein, wjiere it has clung for twenty odd year?, when yon well know that you have not even o much as a delft pot or a pewter vote to put it into. You think tho old wom an'! eyei have been blind, but I hnvo watched you both, and the gamo is apt Jinuuio fchull go lo bit Aunt Satnu'i to day und be closely gnurded until this wild funcy it forgotten. As for you, tuko yourself freni my prcienco oud never darken my doors agnin. Korto rnkes in dued! Borrow them of the d " "Hold, niutnuial By tbo lovo I know yon bear to me, ipeuk not that prufuue word!" cried the fainting Jimmie as he drewbiniFclf to his mother's feet nnd clasped her kuocf. "Your commands, dour mamma, aro too luto. I cannot obey yon und make my home with Aunt &nnu, for my lot it already cast, and none but heaven can recast it " "Whnt niton you, boy?" cried the huughly mother as the bent and raised tbo sweet fuco of her son, looking long and piercingly into tho streaming oyes. "I menu, "fullered Jimmie, suddenly rising and hiding his blncliiuf. faco upon the bosom of bis weeping father, "I mean" "Ho means," interrupted tho young woman who until now had preserved her calm und courteous quiot, "that the lawi cf the state last night gave him into my keeping foroverl Your son aud I were murried last evening by Judge Henry Uruvvr Booth, and I stand here now to claim my lawful hut-band. " "Jimmie," shrieked the frenzied mother, snatching the man from his fa ther's arms, where ho clung, and turn ing his tear wet face to moet her gaze, "does this bold woman tpeuk tho truth?" "She doc," cried Jimmie as with a bound he loaped into the strong arms held to receive him, and the young has baud fainted upon the bosom of bia young bride. But little remains to be told. A rec onciliation was effected, luto in the full, and ere winter snow fell the noble wife was adopted into both borne and heart of bcr gentío husband's parents. To gether they soothed the lust duyt of the excellent but touiewbut mercenary Wid ow Thompson, long after bcr gentle hahbnnd hud been gathered to his rest. aud thero it no happier couple in broad and blossoming Crane county today than Jimmie Thompson and bis niuuly wife. Chicago Herald. Kaw lUn, Tbo supposed uuchuugiDg face of tbo iky has impressed the mindiof both the civilized aud uncivilized laces of hu manity since time out of memory. To the popular mind the thousands of shin ing puintitf light which stud "heaven a azure canopy" whon the angela "cur tain thii sleepiug world" are the sym bols of immutability, of immortulity and of eteruily. We speuk of them "shining on for ever" and of their "unerring cycles," but astronomera know that inch planet ary bodies are not "unerring," that they have not always existed, and that in all prol ability they will not last forever. Observations that have been made lince astronomy became recog nized us one of the "exact sciences" prove that atari are subject to crises to ups aud dor. us Just tbe sume as aro earthly things. Tbey have been seen to burn up and disappear like a whiff of vapor, Othorg havo been known to fly off at a t tngeut and in au hour be mil liona of miles from tbe place they hud occupied aince the dawn of civilization. There are wbolo tectious of the sky now "bare" that were ouce occupied with stura of different magnitudes. On the ooiitrury, new stars have frequently burst into view, Tbe most prominent of these aro the one that appeared in 180 B. (J., the one which in 1073 sprung up in Cassiopeia and which ontshouo Venus for time; tho one which appeured in the northern crown in 18(1(1, and tbe temporary staraof 1876, 1685 and 1802. St. Louis Republic. That Uttaar Add Americans are nn unlimited source of wondenueut to relatives whom they may not even know, but who, having remained behind in the old country, do not forget those who have emigrated, nor tboir children, nor their children's children, especially if they have become weal 'by. Often quaint stories oome showing ignorance of the laud of prom ise. Thus rnce man was asked by a small thopkeeper lu Emi what New York city he pronounced it "eighty" meant For he bad been accustomed to send letters to relative part of whoa address thia cabalittio legend From Bohemia, however, came the latest and richest bit of unconscious fun. Eaving been given visiting card by New York relative, some ont of the world kinsman bad barely reached home when ber rUiblea were aronaed by an envelope with tbe superscription : ktrs. Blank, No. - W Btrert. Bivvmda Drive. New York City. Saoond and Fourth Fridays. Ebe had followed Iba direction! liter ally New York Herald. ASK the recoveros. .The Cheaneat. Parent and Beat Family Medicina In Iba WerMI For nVBI'r.t'SIA, rONSTIPATIOV, Innn. dice, Hilimtaaitack. SICK II K A UA HK, l ollc, Uepreutim vi bpirita, KDUK KTUMAC1I, llc.nrtliiira, etc. Thin nnrivnlled remedy it warrnmcd not to contain a ainle particle of alKKCUitv, or any mineral aubatance, but is PUKKLY VKGETAI1LE, eontainlnit tliooe Southern Hoot and llerba winch nn all-wiao rrovitlenca hal placeil in countries where l.iver linei moet prevail. It will cara all ltseaee canned by Derange ment af the l.iver and llowele. Tlio MV.IPTiJM8 of l.iver Complaint are a bitter or had tanta In tho lumith; lain in the back, hidea or Joint, ofum miatnken for Kheu matietn; 5otir Stamacht Ims of Appetite; Uowels alternately custiva anil Inx; lleadnche: Loee of Memory, with a painful senautiim Of havins fnlleil tij do snnietlnng which outflit to have been done; Debility; Law pirita, a thick fellow eonearnncc of the Kkin anil Kyee, a dry ouKh often mietnken for Centuntption. boinetintea tunny of these aytnptoina attend the iliftente, nt otliera verv few; hut the l.lvr.K Is Rcnernllv the aent of the ilieenac, and If not kcuulntcil i:t time, ercnt suffering, wietcheii neiauml DtiATII will ensae. The followiuK highly estecmsd persons attest to the virtues of Simmons I. Ivor Regulator: Gen. W. S. Holt, Pres. Oil H. W. K. R. Co.; kev. . k. l elilcr, Perrv, lia. Col. H. K. Sparks, Al anv.lin. ; I . Maatcrson, F.sq., Sheriff ltlbbCo., tia.f lion. Alcxnniler It. htephens. "Wl luivo teateil its virtues, personally, and know ttint for Itvarepsia, lMllouaness nnd ThrobhinK HcuUaclie it is the heat medicine tha world ever snw. We tried forty other remedies before hiimnons l.iver kcRulnlor. hut none iravo ns more tlinn tompornrv reliefi ttit tho KeRu Intor not onlv relieved, hut cured us." Ed. ItLCiiHAlll ÁNI JU:5M::ii;tn, Vlncon, O a. MAM'FACrt'KEt ONLY IIV J. II. ZeiLIN & CO.. Philadelphia, Pa, ríÁDKSGPAFEtjl riPTur .7.k ÍCIFICCCAST Thh f IIIIONT.'I K rntri wltfc Ihtj KrralMt iifwftntrfi In tti United ftiM-). TlIK CIIIP.NICI.K hM ninttlMi h lMint I'twutt. It htawta II In KtiilUr. ntvfnrUft a.nl mwi, Til K trilllOMCfaK'M Ttlncraphlc kipurU Ml !) lutfui ami moat rliatl. Ui leural NjwtltM (n't aul sptclvHl. an 4 IU KiliturlaU rrtim lb i le-iit i! In ih mnintry. 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Tn Liberal will advertito ttock braadt at the following ratet: Oae brand oa cut one year 11. Each additional brand oa cot, tamo owntr Each additional brand in printist: aisht letters and figures) 3 Each additional brand, character, Var or connected letter requiring an aa graved block Each brand giving location of braad on animiil, or ear marks or both.... All descriptive matter in addition to i me of company, iddrest, range and braadt charged ertra. TARIFF LITERATURE FOR ALU The A MimieAM Pun ax it i t a T autst Ijasti Im ttablianinx a moat valaaMe aariea of Tarts' documente.. Tliaea ara prepared with a view ta aluta tlie t acta and aran maw ta for Fretae. tion, waotsHar la tata IstereH f famtcea, lubtwara, nierekaote or profentioDal man. luioa Issue of tue aanaa appeals so tutwa aat- 5ngA in sene rule ntdMstrtaa, ant pieaouta In Isautabla facta aoaaaoilauaa of waa:aa,aat of livlne-, and other araamvsU abewina tho boaaOts of Protection. Amy aincla one will bo sent oa reoelnt of t cents la stamps eioept Wasraa, Ltrlaa aaa Tariff, " which will he seat for 4 wats. Tha whole Hat will ba aent for SO eenta or any twelve for to oesita,or any Ove for Mi cunts, pottage paid. Order by nam bar. Wseea. Urina aaa Taris." K. A. RaÍtÍ? Moaa lot "The Aavautaaestif a PnMaoalve TarHT ta sua LAitur aaa maeeu'tea af saa liellea; h.ia Irtesi Mu imi, . at Dome rredueOoa laKlteaeaisahls ta a ie. rweta D. HaroHMO... I uir, at Low rTleea, of tbe Maaiiiael liTTvf ivnuneaifciea reqiurea ewe ue the Uutt-d States, uiitm utrea ewe ue t'etw . and AdiMiun ee CeeatMMlltfee 1 'POUieUve Tariff.1 'eotile r rrMtlte4B at tluee CeeauxallaX 1 te nee. eeie stble erltkoat a froteeUve Tariff." Jret l rWe Uaer. lt. C. D. Tomb. 4 " VI sal are Haw haiertalsT Woubl Free Raw Alateriei. ae Avaataeeou. te (tie LaJer. and lBiluetrleja af tí United Stout. l int rne aeeae, IX ). Hoawa I Uul t, t -"FaUaeles el rr.Vrea.." B. f . Btun... S4 t-'ssDM Views oa she Tai laT b aa OM kuat- bees tlaa." OKU. Xa-aa- n T "Tbe rraleeatve Tarur : ha f STsatsaas fin immwS." O. L. muía.... 81 t-"Tae Weol latereet." Jada. Wa-Liwaaaca U a-"rToteeeka ee. rr TrJ."-A Uleiorleal Review, D. O. BAaKotAJI 10 10- "Tlie rarmer aad she TariH " Oat. TaMUl n. lnmjr If 11 ' rroUMtoa aa a PuhUs Fullea;." Canas S. BevTwau. ... it IX- Htpiy lo u.e nail mi l rrea-Traoa atea- eT. m. r. iimu lft" Wui kluinea aat ! TarHt." la "Tb. Vital uuaaUua I Shell AaMrteaa ladua- trtee be Abamluated aad Amarleaa star. aats aun enoereu r It hem. ki Uarman, with Addlttoa. la"! be rrusraes of Oaa Uaadeed Tears." Hoaaar V. IHwrsa It " retiotk,B for Anuaieaa Rhl,plus . 1-"1 b. TeiitT Not a T." II..KH U IKSBI-L. , la" Wkv Irbhmea ahuuld Re ProtectluuleU." it "What uaTarlffr"AaawenuaWorfcum- . mea's Quutiloa "Tli. Amerba" Wool Induatry, E.B.AJI' It.'futa aad Coat óf í.iliiér' J.' b.' Wltias'. t4 "auutbwm Parailni auutbwm rarailne HMiurnas. A sbort Talk to workUin SB M rnHeettna and the termer. tH. wixoa.. The AamtTAI tVoaoawT, weekly devoted to tbe dteeuMfn of all Aim of tbe Tariff questloa. St t TOM ecu rMr. heibltie cot'te rree. annrees amerlreo rro ee lerút LaasuM, WW.Msi. iltbtmtilM IrH. A iMlMJ , hsw Herh. CMFTOEJ, A GREAT OPENING IZONA, TO CAPITALISTS WHO WANT TO INVEST IN COPPER PROPERTIES. Copper claims in groups of three to eight mines. Gold and silver properties of known merit. GROUP lie. 1. Tarts fall ilaimt coatiaaout oa the tana ledge, tit kith art la copper art earrviaftilvtri width of leda absat twtaty-twa inches; irsacrtj thoraaghly praspecttd; tilaaltd ia Grahaas scon It A Int class iavtitaneat. GROUP V: 1 Eight claimt asatif aaat to taeh other; tapper art; jrlaaos, rad ew idct aad carboaaUt; will average 12 ( $ p(r Mat; 69 teat of high gntde ore oa tha daoipt; tilasted in the Copper nouatain niaiag district. Graham eeaaty. Taina reasonable. GROUP Ko. 3. Sevea gold aad silver beariag qnarti taiaei; thoroughly aeBcted and oaeaed ; plenty of wood aad adjacent to Saa rraacitco river, which rati tho rear retad afordiag aatplo water power to rat any a amber of staatpt, eeaeeatra toit, ineltert, 'etc.; aader iatelligeat aad practical mining itperviiiea thii grasp el mines will yield enormously ; situated in the Green W i B-eaatsia asiaitg ditihrot Grahan eoaaty. , GROUP Ko. 4. Fear copper claisai; earhoaate oro; free sniiltiag; titaatod ia tho Greenlee geld mooataia aiaiag district. For farther ia formation, term, etc., tall oo or addreae HOUSE m Paper Hanging and Decorating a Specin ity MONUMENTAL WORK, Either in Wood or Marble. Orden for Headstort'wil'. receive prompt aitealitl ' Designs furnished oa application with Coats of Arras aeaily executed. Correspondence solicited. J. I. Beebee, Clifton, Aiizona Three Opinions: "The CHICAGO RECORD is a model newspaper in every sense of the word." Harrisburg Pa.) Call. 'There is no paper published In America that so nearly approaches the true journal' istic ideal as The CiUCAQO RECORD." From "Ncwspaperdom" (New York). 7 have come to the firm conclusion, after a long test and alter a wide comparison with the journals of many cities and coun tries, that The CHICAOO RECORD comes as near being the ideal daily journal as we are for some time likely to find on these mortal shores." -Prof. J. T. ILxttleld in The Evanston (III.) Index. Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters. Address THE CHI CAGO RECORD, 181 Madison-st. AT liberal orncE. ARIZ. AT CLIFTON, AR abontttrra feet, with a rich atf ttreak 1 Kedzie fso Classen, Lordsburg, New LI eiico. ii iñiimuu Epitapht, Embicas of Secret dart, THE Ú1U