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v WOMEN IN BUSINESS.
' (From tb Frt-i I'rta, Detroit. Mleh.) A prominent business man recently petted tbe opinion that there l one thing Unt will prevent women from completely filing man' plare In tha business, world -Uay can't be depended i ixm Iwntti they f e sick too of fen Thla U refuted by Mra C VV. Mansfield, n builuct vrotnnn of M Farrar Ht , Detroit, Mleb., who tayei "A complication of female ailments kept me awako nlgbte end wnre mo nit. 1 could Bet no relief from medicine end hopo wrh slipping away irom me. A young lady In my employ euro me n ox of Dr. Williams' rink 1111 for Tale People. I took thtm and km utile to reit at night for the Hint time In months. 1 bought moro and took them end they cured me a they alto cured Mitral other people to tuy knowledge. I think thnt If you ehould aik any of the ilrugiUti 6f Detroit vhoare the best buycrt of Dr. Williams' l'lnk Plllt they would mfv the young women. Theie pill, turtnlnlr liulld tin the nervous tvetatn and mauv a young woman owe her life to lliem. "At ft Imtlneta woman I niu pleated to reromtnemi themaethey did more for methan nny physician, and 1 nan l'lnk rilliforl'flle 1'eople cred U for niy general eood health retioy." No d facer- err of moil Sh.hIhiId Prntitnlut ern time hat dona o much to enable women to take their proper places In lltelir infe-a-iiardliir their health neUr. William' PinkTilla for I'nte 1'eople. Acting directly on the Iduod ami nerve. Invigorating the body, regaintlug the function, they retore the MrruKth nud health to the exhausted woman when eery effort of the physician prcm unnvAllliiir. Tor the growing girl they are of tho greatest lienrflt. for the mother Indispensa ble, for every woman invaluable, lor parnlyfcl. locomotor ataxia, nml other diseases long autijxitcit Inrtirnhle, lhca pill linvn proved their efliraey In thousand of case. The Water tlrnr. One of thu commonest curiosities re vealed by the microscope In wator Is a little animal thnt looks like a bear. An extraordinary thin about this tiny ireuturo li that ho Is found In tho rain. Tho water boar hns tho sclontldc namo of turdlgrndu, beeauao he tnkea life so easily. He Is always fat and plump, nnd spends his wnltlng period a In constantly grubbing with hl four , pairs of legs among whatever rubbish 'comes In his way. Having eyes, brain and n nervous system, he la much ahead of in cm t of his tribe, nud he Is altogether one o( the mort Interesting nnd amus ing little animals known to science. Ituniity l llluud i Clean blood im-ann acioan tin. No beauty ; without li. t.H-nreii, randy fathiiftlc clMM yHr.ul"u1 !,.'."!-, 5. ' Vtlrriug up the laty liter ml drtvlog all Ini- mi- puniliM iroui l no ikmit. inifin ohj to I imiilth nlmnlei. lxll. fitoteliei. blaekbeads. u(l tint ilokly Wlloui comidextou by lakmit Uiorcu,-hf.iiiy for tcncenU. All Urut Cltlfs mtUfai'llon tun rant red, lUo, c, toe. No wis i-eta for gosslpers havo; thoy may cense to bo secrets. Ilutl'a Catarrh Cure Is a contltuUonal cure. Price, T.'c. rortunnto Is ho who docs not lose tho love of his child. oeth't Srup$ end other like remedies ylu' loulalnod sleep, but Sir. JloffrlP. TrtTii.A (Tftttiliiir rowdvra) Aids Woeft len. Ilcwulfttes Uu llnweU, cure the Ulitd and nikkM teeibfsr eo-v and (or the chtW'a utile uo kIto them at ot . Nature's nobloiuen la ho who bears burdens cheerfully. Shaba Into Vocir SIhim, Allen's Foot-lSase, a powder for the feet. It cures calnful. swollen, smart ing feet nnd Instantly takes tho sting UUl Ml VUI Uil UUW Mumvitoi tfrav greatest comfort discovery at tho age. , Allen's Foot-Knno makes tlght-flttlng I or now shoos feel easy. It Is n certain cure for sweating, callou and hot, iird. nervous, ochlnx toet. Try It to-. day. Sold by all ilruggUts and shoo' itorofi. uy man ior sac in siampn. Trial package FHKH. Addrtw. Allen a nlmitnit l.a Itor. N'. Y. I - -- I mr.,v,.rrV .l.nr nnbn nnd Ibn Snnn. i lull aro tho chief topics. For n iiorfei't complozlon and a clear, hrultky Jlcln. too CU.S.MU llU'lTHItMIl.K POaP. Bold everywhere. Uiok out lor the person who prnlsoa you to your face, but "roasts ' you in your back. ltducals Vour IliiwtU 7llh CMionrnli. Ctady Cathartic, en re eoaUipaUoa forerer. lOc.JtK'. If C'.r.C. fall, druegktti lefuiid inonwy Malleo nnd hatred hnvo uo place In any mortal's mind. mil Lira of llOUSCS. Wtiero lln a nt nnn , - . , r.m drv a. dust and scorched l,v . panted nt this time re.a o to ue o- , .. b axing sun. at another uctlvo and f. I ' ? Th"? n" ?r'Z, wheel n,,T of life under a refreshing shower of IV. m.and' ? A FAMILY FAILING. ' The struggle with Heredity. The Right Side limllr gray btlr btiedltary. tth. mmm wine; "Oitr hair It htredilary la our family. Atlaagatlcan f..olle.l.iay motbef. btlr bis been gray About twelve yejrt ago. Birb.lr kegaii to tliow ilint of turnlag. I resolved fo try Ayer t Ifalr Vigor, and alur aslog Jl oily a lew tlm.s my hair wat leil.i.d to Hi natural color. 1 still tie thlt dieulag occ.iiooil W, a b.tll. t.tiog me quli. a while, and iboygh over oiiyjears ol age. ny btlr retains lit y.illhffcl ealar and fulfaeei. To ail who bava ftitd and gray hair. I w.uld bttillly iietoniBi- Dr. Ayer't Hair Vlgor."-Mri. iliauia ricasTt. Caatoa, Oa. Tktre U no tttm. la gityfcolr, but thus MiTcdlly, la taa traaimt.iloB ol maybe lome ladnm. nccaaia i on- .If ; U taa, w. o. wt .1 h. timet, aad owl ol ....... tr MJ ItTi. ol arowlh aeddcvilapwi"! a cioVhoI boaar to lh .scd. li the If iih u.wly butu b.lnc .tirt4 et aacw. .bb they aft a Mlina. Tbai. It n(4 wllhSSt lit fori of h.ndlly IS. I. lo kt sray n yith. Oiayutit .aiatl iton of life MltM IV calircttd l! bt -that ol the drfelcacy 61 tat caletiM WilUr whlsb 2 I itrTaJraiior ui."m?n. HMuiallv bad I aUft lb. hilr II. a.laisl flal. f Wt Jflft- tiafll dtictad likctheaaed. I'.cull.jltic. W mailer P Pi 1 -V J'V 1 1 U r I fctluit. s:alilc tlti of ik.Mfa aa4 noj I. t .Hi.alUd by Or. J C. Aytr li air MsipVr, luih w?rk.. tl... ale baaScd v r. 1 (a H ttAWiBft. ?'viJr Ktl down luit .1 lut.ly ruauual dtittrft), igMat that fir Ay? r lw VlMf U- phi.tcsl beauty. laalh.matUal .ability. to.i. t.y or UAtf W'Lit Ji'ih.'hstr iu& the mtntal aad ruui.l uilltl.. fu color. Beyond litis. It 5 P'! teatial. X cuilou. eiainpt. ol this de- arow. lvfa it gleet and Afi, 'PJ Scat el family Iralle la fBittlib.4 by firs, ft from falling, removes d.aaruff. tod i iitii. cenioa. us. iu wuoic t cieen.e. inc .ceiii. I'arlfylnt flplrlt of lrayer. All sort of life-experiences are only halt eomplele, unlets they so nut into 1 prayer. Our troubles and disappoint ments, the great saoraments, m they 1 havo been called, of raarrlago, birth, ! and death, our delight In nature and 1 music, the Impulses of popular and pa- , trlollo feeling sweeping over us, tho ' stories of heroism, the sudden dan gcrs which bring us tip with a start oil such experiences move us tr prayer, and are never so rich as when i they most completely merge them selves In the purifying spirit of prayer. , Then our burdens seom shared, man's toll and pain seom Interpreted, an In definite access of vigor, courage, and , thought seem to flow In, as though In- I (Urd Clod were speaking to his chll-! urrti, and actual connection were made between our finite spirits and ' the universal life. Prayer thus seems, at least In those moments when we most truly pray, like the sweetest symphony, to soothe and to Inspire, lUv. Charles 1 Dole. A llartanl Lottery, As late m 1800 Harvard College was i raising money by n lottery. 11 offored I 0.000 tickets for sale at $6 each, with prlstcs ranging from $16,000 down to $7. "In the above scheme," sold the pros. ' pectus, "tho Juat expectations 0f the , publlck and the Interest of the Unlvcr'i slty Imvo been consulted. It Is worthy the nttenllon of adventurers that tho j highest prize Is nearly doublo In valuo j to nny that has brn drawn In thl i commonwealth for ninny years pssl, though tho usual price of tickets Is pre ; served. The mnnagers solicit tho put- ronngo of the publlck In general, and of j tho friends of Literature and tho Uni versity In particular, nnd, considering , thj object of tho Iittery, they will j combine tho prospect of gain with tho ' certainty of benefitting tho University, and by lending their aid to the meant' of education will promote tho best In terests of their country." New York Tribune. tho wheels are used for so many put lumps that tiatents concerning the va rlom parts aro very numerous. Al most every urc to which a wheel Is put will point the way to a patent to Im provo the service. Then there aro con stant experiments In chains, handlo bars, spokos, tiros, frames, pedals, and. In fsct, every port of tho machine. It would seem thnt with fo many patents Issued every week tho bicycle would soon becomo period. llalefiil Old Sinn. "And when your wheel broko down ieY()n mliM from )iamc Bnlil tho "old ...nn.'' "inu renalred It all by VOUWelf. - - - - did you?" "I did," answered the typewriter, proudly. "It seems mighty funny to mo, then," he continued, "thnt when tho ribbon on your machlno needs shifting you have to call on that dude ot n book-kecpor to fix It for you ovory time." Indian opolls Journal. HobHon's cholco could havo been n Csrvcrn one. Drinking sasH-ntrna tot (loan not nS wnya make a child tmpudorit. Dsnd nun's shoos nro not always n good lit. Wo I'My Mprne ind liberal eoHimlwloan. rofua4 tile, etwh fer I all eosds not KWlag ike eoninmer eeeu noi kivibk tae c ott m iu r t ii u no h. ii terois of o.sdlt. I'lmfolaM isheme UftlOH. MiiK terois ot o.sdli. nntt-eiass ishen mlsamim wniL No bend retiulred. Sat niada frotn nliolnL-r.inhi. va BtftrHM.cc IMi i Am inls mailt nttr li UJ requireu. aim WffArHOteeTMiti& ' moath oh mall ettlara. AtlilreM wlin ilamp, Llfiiiurd Mfit. Co., Iewit Ctty, lewa. Always tell the truth, und keep out ot trouljlo I'Imi'i Cure for I'onuitiintlou l tbe lft of . nil eotigh riirea. -Ilwrg W. Ijj1, Fabucher, l.a.. Ausutt 'JO. lt-W. Afttnft.lllata ttmt fttA rvwutBA flCD I wonmn'tf main urrars. FIT3r,r,u.D,0ll.(.UI,,,.,m,,rftw,,.f, ut u. l Or. KH i Oitt Mm lllrr. J.liUliiiVi'a'fe.tS'K Drown bread Ice crenm Is a delightful doSStrt for HUllliner duys. 1 A bath with COHMO 11UTTKHMII.K , 80AP, oxqultltely M-cuted, Is toothing und Loucllolnl. Hold everywhere i Kternlly may bo full ot surprises to each and all ot us. Otn'l Utiiccs I pit tut Sm.ki Your III. wij. Toquii tebaeto coi.Ur sad lor.ver. be mis i nt tic lull of life, neiva hwI lor, wk Ke-To- itrosK All drtiirlu. Wc. or ! Cur. uran- , u 8 ,nd isniDla fraa. Address lorllng nrni(4r Ou. . Odae or New York. All thnt wo nro responsible for Is doing our duty. , ., . i of the Color Line. Mount Ally, Oa . write "About three yean ago. my beta btctrai full ol dandruff, anrup, wmcu sam alter a Hut, the c.unil creat an. lining out. The uie ol I Hair V gr tttpptd the bt out. and uiidt the Kiln clti -Mil. C. M. et.s, Mount ueyanca liair pegau ol P,r. I. Q m half Tiom Aver. rom miioc eteaBanca auny." Airy.ua. Dr. Ayet't Hair Vigor It noted at a dreulng. It li uied every ay by than, tsadt wbo.i chief cl.lm to b.auly rest, on bcauillal half. SeBd lor Vt. Ayer't Curebook, a story ol cures lold by Iho cured. Vi f Aduriutb J.CAyerCH Lowell, Mtia. . lllcjrrle Talent, . I ...... ln.i.M. ry t ilia rmlAntu ru maul - l muni A HARE JEWJL. "fitrawberrloat Strawberries 1 Very Ono and fresh -lady, plmtio buy." Hut Madeline Joyce shook liar head. "No, 1 do not want nny, child." And the strawberry girl passed on, Mmlollne gazed after her with sad, vlolot-gray eyes. "Poor nnd proud! Proud and poor!" sho murmured to herself. "Oh, my Ood! why was 1 not yonder ragged strawberry girl, or even the child who sweeps tho crowing, nnd corns on honest penny now nnd then? Hut now now my hands arc lied hy mnmma'a absurd prejudice! Well, Hoatrlee, what Is It?" For her younger slslcr had como nolicloMly in. "The bill from tho bnkor's, Made lino," "Another bill! Did you tell tho mnn wo hnd no money, Iiontrlcol" "What would Imvo been Iho use, MnddyT Of course. I did not tell him." "And mnmmn?" "fiho does not know, sho Is rending ,n tnc iwrlorj she will not lot mo mom! the tnblccloth: she says It Is not work for Indies. Oh, Mmldy, what shall we do?" Madeline arose and began pn'lng imtlently up nnd down the room. 'Hush!" she triad: "there Is n ring at the boll. It is Mrs. nenjamln again. Go tell her I nm engngod busy gono out anything you please. No stay! Perhaps I had better sec her, after nil." And Madeline went downstairs to where Mrs. Joyce sat In faded silk and darned Inee, with white, wnsted hnnd folded In her lap and nn embroidered cttoman under her feet. "It Is liken dream," Madeline said to heriolf. "And to think there Is noth ing In tho house far dinner! Perhaps Mrs, Benjamin will usk inntnmn to dine, and lico and I can send out for hnlf a pound ol crnekers. Wc can cat anything." And through lior disjointed mvdlta- I Hons her mother's oft, sweet volco sounded. To tho Whlto mountnlnsT With My dear Mrs. Ilonjnmln, you ery kind, I nm sure, nnd Mnddy use her own discretion nhout ac cepting. Do you hoar. darllngT Mrs Ilonjnmln wnnta yo ,o accompany her to tho mountain; i soon as sho has secured a nursery governess for her dear little boys. I am sure It would be a charming opportunity for you to see a little of llfo, far elrcumstnneM, you know, preclude mw from giving you much vnrloty." Madeline looked up with n sudden glitter In her eyes "A nursery governess? I think I know ot same ono, Mrs. Ilonjnmln, who will suit you, If If your terms nro nt nil liberal." "Three hundred a yenr nnd nil cx ptuioH paid," wild Mrs. Ilonjnmln. "I think It Im't nt nil stingy. Who Is It. Mndollnot" "A young lady a frlond of nilno. When do you wnnt hor?" "At once; nnd then wo can bo off boforo tho wilting wenthor conic In You will nctumpany us, Madeline?" "Oli, of course of course That Is, If mamma approves." And Mrs, Juyco smiled faintly. "Haw ready tho young birds nro to fly nwny nnd Iravo tho parent nest. "MAMMA! MAMMA!" Hit HOWLUD sho sighed. "Well, It Is but natural. I ran hardly blame Mnddy for being nnxlous to leave so dull n placo as this." "Mamma," cried Mndellno, passion atcly, "It Is not that. Oh, mamma, If I could only tell you." And sho hurried out or the room with a choking gasp In her throat. Mrs. nenjamln did not like scenoa; sho looked on with civil wondcrmont. Hut aho understood It all after a llttlo while. "The landlord again!" cried Mrs Joyce, In her soft, well-modulated volse. "Mamma," said Heatrleo, hurriedly. "It's three months since ho was here last, and and don't you remember we didn't pay him then?" Mr. Athellng himself followed an her footatops. Mrs. Joyee drew hor- 1 self dlgnlfledly up. i "This Intrusion Is seareely called I for, Mr. Athellng." said she, "My daughter transacts my business affairs ' for mo my daughter, who Is now at I the White mountains, or going there 1 immediately." I "Can I He her?" Mr. Atheltng aikad ' quietly. i "I preMime so. If yett go ta Mrs. , Ilruco Ilenjamln'f. No. . Fifth ava- I nue." 1 "Thanks, madam. Pray exvttte me : for disturbing you." I Mrs. Joyee bowed, with tho air of an ox-empress, and Mr. Athellng with drew. "That's over, thank goodness," said she, nnd burled her noso once more In tho pages ot a hook. Hut lies waa by no means certain that It waa over. ' "Mamma might bear some ot her , own burdens," sho murmured, "it Isn't fair upon Maddy to send people fhero." Mr. Athelfng himself walked along tho street, with something of Indian tlon rising tin within his breast I "Madeline Joyce Is a good and bean tlful girl." he raid to himself, "and fot her sake I have borno with these pco pie longer than I otherwise should lint dress and gayety and endless xponsc at the Whlto mountains, with a year's rent due that I altogether n different matter. I have been mis taken In Madeline Joyco. an ''-e soon. or sho underatnnds It. the k..ter. A more society butterfly too proud tc work, too frivolous to stop nnd thlnkl And I had fanciest her so different," Mrs. Ilenjnmln's tall fontmnn put on n supercilious grin, ns Mr. Atholmg naked for Mlm Joyce. The new n Misery nnv'ncss." said he. "Upstairs second story. back. please." Mr. Athellng. somewhat surprised nnd n little annoyed, ascended tho stnlrcnio by himself. Tho door was half-open and ho coulti sco Madeline .Inyco. a book In her lap nnd two or three chubby little boys swarming around her. ovldontly Intent on anything nnd everything but their !6etnns. Hho started tin. crimson nnd con futed nt the sight ot tho dark, hand some face sho knew to well. "It Is about Die rent," she gasped. 'Yes, yes I knew. Wo cannot pay It Just yet. but hut " Ho smiled ns ho took hor hand. "You nro not going to tho White mountains, then?" "Yes. 1 nm as Mri. UeuJnmln'B nursery governoss. Only mnmmn doos not know. It would brenk hor heart, Mr. Athellng. And tho very first quarter's snlnry I recolvo shall be forwarded Immediately to you. For " "Madeline!" ho hurst forth. Im pulsively. "I have mistaken ynu I hnvo misjudged ynu altogether. Will you pardon mo?" "I don't understand you, Mr. Athel lng." And then ho explained. Mndcllno's scarlet upper Hp curved. "And you believed I could go fash ion-hunting, plonsurc-scoklng, while while wo owed moony that wo could not pay? Oh. Mr. Athellng I" Flvo minutes Inter Master Clarence Ilonjnmln rushed down to his mother's boudoir. "Mammal mamma!" ho howled, 'come quick. There's n strnngn mnn whispering to Miss Joyce, and who's crying." Hut when Mrs. Ilenjamtn reached tho scone of action tho tears were all drlod up. nud Mndollno was smiling und coloring radiantly. "Oh. Mr. Atholug. It Is ynu!" cried tho lady, recognlxlng thu wealthy land'-1 noiuor. "Ann jinuiiy "I may as well toll you," wild Made line, softly; "Mr. Athellng has naked mo to marry him, nnd " "And you will loso your nursery governess." snld Athollng, smiling. Mndollno Joyce never gnvo up hur honest pride And sho went to tho Whlto mountains, after all, but It was aa a bride. New York News. FEAntSD FOR HEn HU3DAND. Afrutil That Die NimiilnnU Would Cap- lure 1 1 lin. Now York llorald: Mrs. Joaalo Mur phy, 39 years old, of llrooklyn, hanged horself with a tablo cloth In tho dining room ot her apartment Inst night be cause sho feared her htiHbanil, Thomas Murphy, who Is a sen captain, would be taken hy the Spaniards, She wan n widow when Hh married ('apt. Mur- phy about a year ago. He sailed on April 13 with his schooner for Han Domingo. She was worried by the prospect of war at the time ot his de parture and begged him not to go, say ing aho was sure he would fall into tho hands of tho Spaniards and bo kilted. He laughed at hor fears, telling her ho did not believe thero was any thing In tho war talk, nnd that thore would bo no hostilities. Kven If thero should be war ho promised ho would mako the voyngo In safely and return sound. Bhe waa tint convinced, but he was obliged to sail In splto or her en treatlra. When he was gone she read eagerly all the war nows, capeclally all that related to the probability that Rpaln would prey on Amuih-nu com merce. Aa tho reports breumo more and moro alarming and war seomed nearer, sho grow moro tmlflcd. Ilor daughter. Maude. 10 ycara old, said hor mother wag unable to sleep, and had recently been lu the habit of lying nwnke all night weeping. Sho expected news uvery day Hint her husband's ve set had been raptured, and that he had been put ta death with torture. Hhe Imagined that tho Spaniards would fin ally end his life hy cutting off his head. Those thoughts so worked upon her mind that when the news on me thnt eongretts had passed the losolutlons d olnrlng for Cuban Independence, and that their iHiasflge meant that war waa certain, she could bear the strain no longer, and decided to end her life. Her body was found by her dnughters at 9 o'clock. Pnlleemnn Medlnnte cut It down. The family are In oomfurt ablc Irttimstnnces, anil Mro. Murphy kad Htklng to worry liar ao far aa la known, except the fanelMl danger to hor huilwnd. Where llic Air le Ture. Ail aeronaut says (hat thore Is '.he same dlliorenee in lbs air at the earth's surfaco and nt an altitude ot halt a mile that there Is between water In a muddy puddle and the pur est spring water. He stntos that for n lima one feels, after rnmlnir ilown tram an ascent, as If one were breath ing "solid dust." Ju.t IU. In lielleve IU "Do you believe all those horrible scandals you hear nhout poor (ieral diner "I am afraid I must. Hut, by-the-way, what aro you saying about bert" Avoid a man who seeks to pry Into hi" neighbors affairs, for ho boa an evil heart: shun him ever. t'nn Our I'omI In ItlurmlritT It conlldoiico onn l felt In tho opin ion of military ami naval oMaefs nt the noat ot government, such Is tho oxten'. of our son oonit thnt to biomlt It effectually seems Imponslblo, Whtin it blookndeof tho bowels wxlsts, rolloro It with liostottor's Su.mneh Mitt em, which alio ouro Indignation, malaria, -heumatlsm nnd kldimy trouble Will womankind ever tire of those lallsmnnlc words of man. "1 love you?" ; AN OPEN LHTTHn TO MOTHERS, We are sMi-rtlna tn the cetm our rlsbt to the Mktk. I, Dr. Hutnuel Pitcher, of ltyannlsMatta Ihuielti, was the orU-lnalor of "IMTCIIUH'S OASTOItlA," the tame that ba beret anddors now brar the far-ilmlle ilr nature ot CIIAS. II. rt.HTCIIMt on firry wrunwr. Thli In thi erltlnal 'l'lTCllllIt s CABTOItlA" which bas been uitd In the bum of ib muhm cl Amrrtea for orrr thirty years. Look t artfully at the wrapper and ae that It Is "iht kind you hare always boiiclit," and baa the ilsnature ol CIIAS. II. rf.BTCIIKIl on the Wrapncr No one ha authority f rem me to iic mr natne ex cfpt The t'cnlaur roinpany, of whicl. Chai 11. KletehcrU Prswldsni. Harch 8. IW7. BAMUBt, I'lTCIIUH, M. D. A pipe of pence and a piece of a pipe , nro different things. COHMO llt'TTimMH.K TOII.ICT KOAP makes tho akin soft, white nud brnltby Hold everywhere. Too much "pruellto" of a br.tsa band , la a bad "practice. No.Tii.lUn fitr l lflf Oiilt. (liitrmlreJ lobaeeo hiWteure, makn weak tncnilroHif, Uo4wie. 59c. It. All drugi-ltU. Uneasy consciences, rather than bad cooking, oft keep us nwako. Urlght fyra and n loving heart have contentment as a counterpart. AN OWiltATION AVOIDED. Mro. Roan Onum Wrlton to Mm. Plnkhum About it Bho 8nya : DnAn Mas. 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