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W1M TOI L&VS Mf WH tlgH'i no rouii u yo»Ullat«a wifa tea*. Wvt a fwtrfnj N«JW and ttwii e*r*e}M» v«r n« Wton uut Uta» hara rvacbed be Alui Uw turning JIOII, la TALI*!. Aai uM age baffiua to «y* M. Will yoo kT« la# U I 'an bald VkM ii" itior* *o«r seatl* Ini*! Wtlilri through Bat tropin! frmu#h the tulMM (X Uh- W h«r«»fia*i of i!i" *t batifl When Ola Tiutt fantaatn ft OVr mi fa-« hi* name ba» D« you tblhk lbat you oan k»va Jsat tba feftlue if 1 an» bald my brow shall abaina the As It riMM bland ai.l btN, Writ* tbaroue "Tbl» *lai Is Tu bt» lat»' lamatltoJ hair LiM a gTiomitg I II haunt WIJ r«'ur at-()MtS at *»-l apfatb*' i Ces on br»*t- tbe i»»t. ui (larutfL,. VOl yoo k*» ml when Iln l*l4P? Wbmm my yiinirt jatty rln#i«t• Haw aot dvtn! i«* n# And until I go t»» maot Ui«ew IIWT will r«ui» afc in»*«nni Wtwn tlm fifty *uuiut*r* Oil uiv Wi()!«•• bate etm Aa4 1 bv» to w««r a uixhtea mu you iu« *b*ii tmlif FORGIYEN."- To a quiet cotujca at tin? foot of on® of the Hamftahire hill# estna Mr*. Field, 'with her ooui|»anKn, Cecil Brand, for the mummer. It waa very lonely there that wan why Mm. Field liked it. Mr*. JStrvker. th^ laisdladv. with her grand tlauuhter, Bomh* and one «ervant, were Ihv only other inmate of thu oottagc, land there waa bat one other honaa in night. beymd on the alo|e of the hill. Mm Stryker had had summer ii«arder(i b«»frt but none like the*e h*» gran4, yet gentle rich ahe knew, jfrnui all ligni, yet ao simple in their itauUw, real ladiea. if ever there were tany, she deelared to Reaaie, her only O'nhtlant. Ami lieaaie, who felt the rhariri of the )»lie«' gentle voice* Mid KTractmiJi wortl#, eagerly anamted. Mrs. Field was no longer yrting bat 1l-eatitiful with a beauty that time had only ripened and jerfeoted though the lovely face hail deep shadows apon it that Borrow's cruel hand hal graven there and her eyes had a far away, jHer »mipaiiiu was a fair young girl t»nght aiitl wiDsonie, and light of heart 1whos« pretty, careaswg ways alone lieetned to have power to soothe and iielp her friend. For Mr*. Field, tigfa not ill, waa worn almost to a ffig hftdow by aomesecret, brxHxltng. gnaw grief. Her story waa a rvrj and oit. Hhe |iad been a great beauty, and from long a hoat of lovers had chosen and irried, when in her thirtieth year, harlton Fen^eld, a genUeman some •ears her senior. It was a true 'heart marriage,* and no wife ever loused forwarA to a brighter life than Aid Mattel I'cnfield when her proud #u»land mstalied her as mistreas of lus IxtauUfnl home For awhile they were #appy —ia perfectly happv aa it ia jirank**! V- mortals to be, till jealousy |nat drtnulfnl jealousy which in crueller fhan the grave—erept ltkto their |ara and ilestroye*! it. It would be |tard Charlton Pentield let his heart and drive oat t» tell ho flhitt foe enUir #ie grmi love for his wife which reigned fberc, That she wa« true to him in #verr thought and word did not matter ke was sf' Idinded bv this cruel passion «iat he hai no pity fur her, and one day he cursed her a- the destroyer of hi* honor and happiness, and drov.e her, pare, sinless, ioving woman, out into ttie bitter world. Hhe was not fenni h**i, for her own fortune remained to her, and, t»o proud to let the world, Vhteh onoe itad courted and car^aed her, see how ahe suffered, she went •jbroad at once. Five years pssfd—kxkfllv, wretched Jfeara. Hhe loved her husband truly in spit* of all, and the memorr of past was fcliktt a pleasure and a fain The world ia not ao jride bat that id» and foea meet la time, nn matter far sundered and in a chance meet ing with some old-time acquaintance*, Sirs 1'enfield learned at latt that her husband wm seeking her. Then beffaii her wearv restless wanderings. for Jh'ar* stirre-i her heart and isaida bar dread that he should And her. Hhe was not alone now. In London ^he had l»eoome uitesortted in a voung •rphac girl, Cecil Bratul. who bail done flotne sewing for her. and finding her, hy birth and education, far above the fx tuition in which poverty hfui placed ]er, atlopted her as her ai««ce. Hhe bad never regretted thai act. J'eci! had iecoBie dear to her an a 4aughtcr. and in all her wanderings had teen her loving, devoted attend ant Mrs. Pen field bad her name, and herself so secure from her husband, kt »he had dared to coose back to her i»tive land. Hhe knew not why he #ught her knew not if now, alter th« tptpae of these e.^ht long weary voar*. ~^e did indeej, still seek iter bat the ir and uncertainty remained. )L. 1 want restshe cned tr» C«cil. at hers Ihat dropped a portion aa Mr*. Field, deemed Then ^*cil hal diligently »tudie«l the fa}«»rs, and seeing Mrs. Htrvker's gi'wlest little s»tl iertiJK inent. aitn\*ttred 'h. and ail arraij^em^nU xj»ee«iii roni- Jtleted had takei. hef Aunt Main- to lirookaide. "There, auntie daarT exciaimed Ca #il triumphantly, tbe morning after ^heir arrival as she settled Mrs. Field Jinfortably underneath one of the a w ild crea! nhatl» -pine-trees "mnld yon find prettie p,ace lor y.»ur summer reet? u»t this fragrant puisy odor, Irrook)reatl i i* tetter than all your medicin«w. jiatet: to the ripple of that silvery little it a« merry, it fairly seems to laugh at the nuidreams that c»tne Hteal a0istftvw* |ng down through the tree- to admire re%i\ed her its- clear surface. And JTOtulef th*- KWellitig downs, with the sbsd'-ws chasing eaeh other over Iffiamtug hem ami here o mm little Beams, with jug of fresh milk for yon. att't II deliriim* .iear, dehdoas." answared Mrs. 1'leld, takitig a deep draught of the pUghtfif haalthrgi vmg beierag* *hicli •wkfed htdMf had sent out her, and knowbig wall that Cecil'» "d» Jcv it. wa» not Dieant for the milk Lmmtmutg tbe bright oy«d UMIe j*r*Wv i:' «Miikk the world. No eau (find you her®. But, auntie, dear, can you never forgive yonr husband? Would you not be "far happier if he were with you 1 have forgiven him long ago, Cecil," answered lira. Field, in a broken voioe "It ia not that yon do not know—it in he who will never forgive me. H# •wore that he would never look in mv fare again He believed me false to him. h. oaxi I forget his look aa he -a*t me out from his home9 Hi* angry evw burned theineelve* into my heart and even now I trouble aa I think of that dreadful «l*y." "There, there, deareat auntie! Don't thmk of it now .lust try and rest," »asd Cecil, striving to obliterate, with loving kiHxes, the bitter memories her word« had railed up. And Mr». Field, who ffmkl not rectal her pretty coaxing w«gra, am tied, and promised to be good. Cecil wan very happy si Brook aide. Out in the wood* ahe sang like a binl merry atsd free the feathered song ater* them»©he». One morning nhe hal a listener. Two gentlemen had wandered down from the house on the hillside to the cool shade of the trees* below. Seeing her there, leaf-crowned,. a very wood nymph —for in aim pin v»nity she hail decked herself, and *ruiled at the dryad, who smiled back at her from the limpid brook oae ha«l haatetxHl \m*.k for bin sketch-book, that the charming vision might be trajm ferred U» its leaves, Their fiK)ts'jHi made no sound in the •oft, leafy carpet, and Cecil, looking up, waa startled to find heraelf not alone. On the trunk of a fallen tree aat a gentleman of t»»rhape flftv years of age, with a noble face, crowned by iron-gray hair. There WAS *i»tfnl, yearning look, a* if aeeking the earneat, fixed look of hia dark eyes |o«t happmean that had once been hers, which puzzled Cecil. She roae from the bank where she To a*k liar to forgive me for a cruel wrong I did her to beg her in pity to come back to me, to the home that is ao desolate without her!" "I)o you love her ystf aakad Cecil softly. A tid the look of rapture that caais to his sightleaa face waa aaawar aqfBoant Then Cecil criad, "Wait baia I vffl be back!" And before he oonld qnastton bar further, sht- was gone Mrs. Field sat by her window, won dering so sadly if happiness would aver 1m here agaiu, when Cecil came in to her. Aunt Mattef," «hs said, "the woods are lovely. Come oat to your resting place under the pine-tree." And Mrs. I n iii went gladly, for merry Cecil would exorcise all sad thoughts, ahe knew. Bat now Cecil waa on usually quiet and thoughtful. At last she Mid, "Dear Aunt Mabel, won't Tan sing 'Bonnie Charlie' for me?" "Oh child, not that! I have not sung it Hince I suug it to my husband eight years ago," sighed Ma Field. "Ah, sing it now for ma," pleaded Cecil And Mrs* .Field did sing. Her voice faltered sadly, an the bitter memories mingled with the strain^ of the song, but it gathered strength and swectneas an she sang. Bo absorbed wa* she in the thi'iights the melodv brought back, that the did not mi** I'-ecil, who had quietly stolen awav, and when she heard a soft footfall behind bar she 8tlj1 (n ftntj th country maiden with a gen tie smile, Mm, F*i«M turned to Msl«d, and said, sadly, "If only I «t»ld feel sale here, how happv I should be!" "Oh, Ann* Mabel!" cried Cecil. "Surely yon a«t(! bu I have no fear now? Think (IW far you have traveled, hid ing, and a! moat losing your identity Mt each new resting-place and tbi? quiet little nook is certainly tbe safest retreat Lot me feel your hand in mam, for I 1 something strange in the had been sitting, T1m& ttie gentleman and turned away, •poke. "1 hear yom moving. ftm i going away? Io not fear me lam blind." There was an iudeMcnbable fmthoa in his voice that moved Cecil deeply. Hhe paused a moment, then want shyly up to him, and laid her hand on hia arm with a pitying touch, aa a daughter might have done. "I came to hear you ning," he said. "Mv nephew brought me here, but he has gone back to the houae. Child, who taught you that song you sang?" "What, 'Bonnie Charlie?"* asked Cecil. "I do not know but my Aunt Mabel love® it lieat of all songs, though it makes her weep." Maliel!" exclaimed the blind Ifan tie man. starting to his feet, and stretching i out his hand, as if lie were groping for aom# one 'Mabel! What is bar name? Tall me, qvUk, far Heavaa's sake Field," said Cecil, startled by his ap parent excitement "Field' oh, not Penfteld Arm yon sure? Oh, child, my wife loved that song, and sang it to me in the days when we were happy together, and new it is so strange' Mabel Field, so near! Oh, I moat find my wife!" '"Why do you wmh to find her?" inquired Ceoil tremblingly, a light breaking in U(on tier. i\tt, plaiutira refrain id .lacobite wnig "Batter lo oil T* I-OIBI Will y« no diiw) l»a*'k ^ohr had •ever sounded sweeter to tbe He tcner's ears. But it was not Cecil. A voire long unheard sounded in her ears, *'Malic! my wife, forgu» me"' and turning, she saw her it unhand. With shriek ahe fell fainting at his fe«*t, and Cecil, rushing u•' her aid, cried, "tih. I have killed herf** .1 uat then Mr I'enfields nephew came iMM^k. and seeing C-eeil's di*troas, has tened to her aseintance. Together they laid ?h* ft-or ladv or! She wft, nlf»»s\ Irtmk and with water from the brook ahe cnetl to Starting u Com!. "Is na husband aome awfnl dream "He u, indued, here," awnwered Cecil. "WU1 you forgive mc for letting you meet so abruptly I thought j^er hajm. when you saw Inn v »h would be giad \nd, oh Aunt .Maiel, forgn hiin Something s dr»a«ifnl hai* hap l*ned that he nsieds all yoar love pitv What is tt?" gasped Mrs Field. 8a A is tt?" gasped Mrs. And Ceati aadly answered, blind f- .h Bfal \Ci~t' Then s grm\ wave at Wdfci i «s« surged over the wwngtd wife*. heaift, and rising. she «aid to Cecil, *Tak# to tnv husband." "lie i* here," replied Cecil, lev Mr. Pea field had followed the vnoa4 of fnhi wife's voice. and new In "kuelt beside ber. "Oh, wife," he said, "fovgN* me* cannot see yon I am blind! Chad has punished me. I vowed netmt to look on your face again, uud He has taken from me the power to do an." "Charlton,'" said rn,» wife, iaadeiiy, "I forgave you long ago, and—I i ^e yosiThen she lifted hi* face to hers, and kissed first the sighting eyes then, blushing a? deeplv as any maiden, «le kissed hi» li|w "Ho, love," sba said, "let the past le buried." Hhe wan verv happy when, later, she wen: back to her luxurious home with her hn»ltandr hi* nephew, yuug Cbarias I'enfield who had been his mast tie voted attendant since the loss of his eyesight and Cecil It seemed a fx«r feet haven of rest after her vears of restleis wanderings, and fife was brighter than even in the first dim of her wedded bliss. Her husband was her lover again, dearer, truer, and 1 tet ter loved than ever before. "Married lovers," Cecil calls them, and declares, laughingly, that scone day she will write their story. Ibit perhans she will have her own to write first, »r the night before Charlie Pentlel*i to Oxford she sang to him: *B«tt*r v« C4Utia tit wm yv no C4iii^ tpm k ««*ter h.UJA'II The Csyte Aibead. One iitght in the earl v tay« ofT,in coin, Neb., an F.astern man arrived with a fair-sized dog at hiN heeh. and it was plain enough to everyone who laafced the canine over that he was a tighter, After supper we began to chin the man i about his dog. and the way he did brag i that animal up was something wonder ful. It wa* so wonderful that some if the boys conspired to put a job on him, and by and by one of hem led 0 with "Stranger, did jrou trm i» mmjiT •»o, I never did." •Do you know what they are Uhef* •""Why, I've always und^mtood that they were a sort of wild dog, and very cowardly." "You wouldn't want to match that dog of yours against a eoyt» wwtld you "I don't vnrat to insnH rarr ttng. rtr*** "Well, now, uiebbv you don't want so see vour dog get lickml into the gi a« in al»out three tatevklP "Byacoytr "lou bet!" •for how mach V "Say twenty dollar%" "Where's your animat** **I»own )ehuHi the larn in a waa captured only two days ago.' Pf' V i. Til go f'io that my dog lints hhn in ride of two minutes.* "Done1" The hotel man owned a Newfound land about as big as a calf, and .to dn~ guisi him the boys had dashed lo -u with tlour until lie fw as white a* s sheep. He was, in a dog houae back of the barn, and when all was ready wa took lantern* and went out There was a rail pen about twenty feet square in the rear of the barn, and it was agreed that the stranger should turn hi* dog into this. "You sea," explained the chief spirator, a coyote most have room to maneuver. He may want to ran and ha may want to fight." "Oh, he'll want to ran fast enough," replied the owner of the dog. The dog in the house was looking ovfc He made uo move until he saw the other canine. Then he shot out like a cannon ball, ottered one roar, arid thtf little dog was flung five feet high. When he came down he took leg bail and circled the pen, yelping in fear and drnmay, and when he found a piac# where be could squeeze through h| wriggled out It all occurred in lex* than a minute, and as the stranger realized what had hainwnaij. h& gaa^sd "Great Hoots! t»t the licked him "Square and fair.'* added the con spirator, "and I presume you are read/ to give up the stakes." "iih. certainly, certainly, hot "Out with it This ia a square deal." "Well, I see my mistake. I had got things mixed. It is the gmzlv Itear which is a skulker and a coward, while the coyote ia a holy terror to anything The money is yours, gentlemen biU vou can bet they don't catch me or. this isy again. Why, yoar durned coyote ia big enough to eat up three dogs like ~—-£eu- ork 8ui*. ooyote has fally's Dying War*. A professor of the Michigan Univer sity, who wan on s visit to the Haadwich Island*, wss presented with a fine par rot that wsh able to apeak A good many English words. On the professor'« way home he ^ave the bird to a l»ov take cart of The boy, thinking tliat 1'olly needed warmth, put her iD i« ch«e n^nn next to the boiler. When her master went to look at her the next day he) found her completely prostrated aith the heat, and removing her immediately to his own state. r*oiii he did hi* te*t to lcvive her. i Hhe did rally far a little while, bttt i only long enough to say in a very solemn manner: "I'd sell myself for a cent A few minutes later she was dead. W«11 horeafta* yao an work antO six instead of quitting at #m.*—JEar» per'i ltasar. I A Mamtk Fellewera Mr. Btmimon* —So your son bin the uifrtlstry? 1 sup(x!w yon are quite proud of having a etj who is an humbit falloeet of the Savior Mr, Willets I should aav 1 am nil. Win he is making no leas tbau g4.f0C a rear uo*, witii guod prospects of aa ia i Jiilvaacs naxtseaade,—. Tmrrt HauU M» Pr"9* f- ounm wm tim icam «*»y Rill died a tv* dssrs ap» at his hosts, ftse mils* sbovs TlM| aallSgw, this stats, ag*Hi 10 ymtm H« was a most rsmMfcahis ehariuier, says a Cbariotts, N 0., to lbs ulohr IttmtM-mt. He was bora an idiot, hut sine* tnfaw»j has peesessaii phv sicsi strwsgth to a ram isgrse. and was wslt formed in sverj paftkmlsr, wiUt the exosftiaa of Us head, whtcb was so «xti«sMt7 ill-shayso as to giv« him mors tte ftppearsar* a hsast than of s man. Wksa bat s child b# was often so violent that it was necessary to chain him to tb* floor Notwithstanding this un ataral exisUues. bs grew aud stieogtn en«irt5 day b) day antil bis chain was not suflioHHit to bold him, sod two or three tint*# b« broke loose aad flsd to the woods. During hia brief libert} he was as violent as a tiger, and it was difficok to reeaptars ani r»tarn him to hk piaoe of eooftne ssent. He was fastened with stronger bonds and, with the etception of a tew days, he rsmaimd ebxiae.} to the floor in tbe aam« room for about fifty ysats. Hs had an insatiate desire for tearing to pieces anything that h« could Mt, and at time* it w»« impossibie to krep hi«n clothed. Flax was spun into eoarse, stroug threads and woven into oloth, wbich was doohUd and qodted and made into gar ments for htm, hot with hia teeth and talon-iike tinkers be tore them into threads. He has been known to tear to pieoes a solid stick of biekory wood with nothing but bis teetb and tinkers. ito SM rsvenoas.'v ss a lion, and con Id drink, without tb« sli«rht est pain, botltng coffee. On several occasions membsts of tbs Csmiiy narrowly escaped bemg killed hy him. Ojw evening a winter started to go e«t .u doers. Hn» passed too uear hi in end ha sprang at her with great fores, knocked her through the door into tbe yard, so badly injuring her that It was not thought possible for her to live. His father provided for binj before hm death, leaving property «%nougb to maintain a wretcb*d life tbrougb all these rears It was stipulated in the will that be sbovM not be taken to an asylum, and should kept on the ok! homsstsad Dr. Bull's Worm Destroy- Osr the Best! e best Tfcey ars sure. are are tbe best. They taste food. Ta fare Sqalatlflf. A enre for sqoiutiug. which is not soon sight!v tbe oi»-t!»(Mt at present generally apopted black go^Klss with bole in the centre i« highly recommended. I.et the person afflictefi take any psir of spectacles thai suit the Might, or e»en plain glass, and in the centre of ou« lens gum a smatl bloe or hiack wafer, about the slate of tsn-ceot piet-f The result is tfast tb* doutle ttasgs vanishes, and tbe eys with out fat'gss or heat, is forosd te leok straight 0m Novtl* #Ves, will bs asat by Crsfbi A annda Phtlada, Fa..to any oa* in tks B, |o*tejre paid a port receipt «,f Dot-Ma*' Rl«etrt.~ h»*|. wrapysrs. ties Uat Ln. novrtb* ot *trr«ler»- *ro«ud eaeh bar. for aai* bt all grocers Aocobdimo to s late consular rspert Mm parts of Earops cover the follewii^ arsas Germany, iK-re*, liueeia, 4W.'4i*,0ixs acres Austria Hungary, iS, 9&l,7tW acnni. Hwed*o. acres Finance, 22,i40.u00 sows Spsia, 1^.709.000 scri?* Italy, u.8tM,570 acres, and England, 51,471.(Ml acres A. M. l*Rt K8T. I W»»lbrvii4s, i««4 say* "Isll fiatarrtiCttMi ytf* th* basts} sabalacWco Om gmt plm«6y of tsatlwwdal« as to suess evasy eas who tabes it" Onmgitu JS ft, "do. t'oortsn folio* tbe ice of an i down lintii tbey reach ths water under ti, whn*h place affords tbesa aa excellent feed ing ground Baomimi 1 doses of llto'l cars for Ml8H Lix/IE (iKifT. of Jack man, Ms., Wbo died ree^nti) at the age of ajr i sqnsat Si Oeaxutncdtfoa. Old smokers prefer "TaaslU's A P8IIAIBL.I-HIA u \s/i fsther has recently paid f3,60O for s doll's house for hia little girl*, thM Baby was siek, we save harCaotorlfc Wfcea sb« was s Child, sbe criad tor (MSlb Wftaa abo baraaaa MUaa. sl»a class CIssMrtS, Wbea she bad OStldrsa. tae^est AM prevail flPwded The fwiffi oJle* is flooded with tions, Ur«e!y fr"m are v offtcsrs, eluding a I «ort# of p#ople. tppUot bot in- ONB BNJOYa th© BQwcthod am! result* 8yruj of FigB is taken it ta pi did re4r«#hiug u the tasto, and Eivcr Tunc*. .a Time Is Maaej. Clerk I would like a Mall increase in my salary, sir. I Merchant 1 don't see my way clear to that, but I oan do the name thing in another way. You know that time is money. "Yes, sir." ^ntly yet promptly «n tiic Ksdricy*, and Bowels, cleanans the *y§ |tw cfwtually, dispels colds, head •rhes and fevers and cures hahttaal gtmati|jcfi'vn Hvrun of Ftfi Ii ikm of lt» kmd mm dooad. ptoimujg to taate, gtptable to the st/dliach pr-ntip? in Hi actios and truly benencial txa it* gffkrts, |.»r^|*n-f! onty froaa tha«MMl healthy ant! agrwcablc Ma iwaoy extcllfut qnslHiea •Kind it to alt aud have the most poj'nlar remedy knoi Syrup of Figa is for ask fai gpd 91 bottlee by all teadinj gists. Any reftsbl© •amy not have it on hand 1*18 cttr« It promptly Htl &MJ i Wishes to try M. 01 Ml fltibf 8ul#tltut«k, murmmtM $mr c*. fiff ftAmJUtOO r%L JBLnr |Mff JUL Seal CtatsiUy witl» nsriinl Tbey XI It jprovss re»re*lory iaeip»te* Is tka to set ft right. 1(9% all the oaneeews and bohis«a «ver tnvatttati can bab! SS mast) to reu»#«i its Atsos^svs as a iew wlive gfcasfal* *a vb»*» a dav of f/iaumth BlWsrs, wbksh will afftsra it np^iy re ll«f, and «v«mually banish #»*ery aad btlioas »yut|5»««• fMck iMadacbe. imrvownosss, Mltownaas of tbe «K»rat-'h»*t«n, fui opou ibe iousu v«rtlfo. and Uiom itiaay ia4«ecriiabieaiMl diaa« rceabl« s«nsatk»n* «auned by iudlsesUoa, are U* oftsei p»rpet«at#d by tajodieioaa liosiug A» Iwjuwliat* abaaloam»nl of so«b random and Ul-arftvised axi«riuMit* «bo«M t»e tbe (test step to the direction of a cui* W** next *t»p tbe use of tbi« *iaodar.l tordc altaraitve which has ree#tv*i the highest taedieal saastfsa anS SMt unprecedented popularity. WiutiiaM MORRIS, ths Eogltfh post, decorative artist and socialist, is 5#5 years Peculiar VkM llooS'* lUrki«r.ila cai'SMfS ptmme Fecaliar .. iu»-s i* thnwa by Mw wesalerfui rate* it hw ««Swt«d aa*«rp*«»*d la MM blrtiil of iu«4trtfi« hl* «baot«i» merit it •assasHM bjr r«s«kB ot tlx ttui th*t it U pr. paMkl by ComMnnlloa ami I'rocea* Faraliar l*» Hood's MantApArili*, !#»«tf to Bu Ut»r »ni ut wbioh it* rail »fliciaai p"w«r a* aU lasiwdivnu u«Ml la rstaiseg. If r«u base mw uk«ii H«4 ^•r^aoarilla. s (air trtal wW po«t.ix!« y»»u of its taertts. Hood's Sarsaparilla iii in ill Sis—' i n I^«i «t» ieal» i i BOOO a i. flMBm S1W or lie 'tiottpasloa. takf ihr *afe HMlTIf Unr Cwslalats BILE BEANS Oss ma ntALt. SIZR (SS ata baaas to ». tls. The* are th* »MI COOVOITIONI *ut« alt asaa Pnsserenbet it, per ft I *4 1? to Oboiie-craTees lt»wW»™™ iiaaet »ito o£ una (Meturc for 4 "KITH a oa Makers at Mte Beaaa fCW'SESt TV tarr«!s,.iraui* VMMLM 43 was the mother of fomtesn children, of whom sre living. BORE WELLS 115ie Oar Wall Kaaedaaa aea aiaia SSSwSSaaS S umktm* nrpii, onto yjiwKon, fhs Bf filjM aa Mm OHfinsi ttoesry Expired with the Yssr I 9or Sirrr-tw-.' »-nar» Mi». h**« A ataiio Will makr ih« BE! farfuuaat H*ai BOAI in twenty nit!-. hmttnit tt a !»«*t lor diai itrK-ttoa* ataka. himi waabtsm bottles, paintn ate. PKMIL SALT WAIftir**. WW Oea A«t«. i'Ksia., Pa. BHITN Sou» ar years, E^ M* UMi —WMW Of«ewaa»awT Warn TO !!.*( rasa naaawts imrursi oe^ ari.*NTa. AJUU Uacaotsrs YOU m«cll: FI:U ft. NORMAL SCH(K»I/5 f«"i»ait!Bsat« Ttri b**tiu m» rainiua (tn vrHfi ir- 0. urn ***k. If.'*, Si J* 5«iti»» 9%pmnmm r«f r-ntgit^ru OufiMRls huUMA.1. Wwod-bili^. Best (Vmgh (btrsa whfM* all a c. f- svaltr t" t^* se-at I'tti.iianniK firwi b.. ...„ Ma o:isti»t.Kny #d Uu» tbe mowt iwwiMrr aa4 poruuil 1k* tit tlt« KiW|!tah (st^raage ». 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Mk WANTED IOata*o«ue RTECOIUINERIDED FEfs ty using] It- is &.,sdl id ctA.e mnd do it iHihont. a murmur What ymi give to /Ifif! an ammistant in your hoitftrwork ftmt would keep your floor# ami wall# clean, atul your kiithmt bright, and yet •$ever grow ugly over the umtter oi hard work teipoM# 4m JjamI AMfh ft fli lit I IKUIUS, KNKUMATI9M. s I IVii r. of »a.OO ww will send fc aar i«na by e*rr«a»- th# In Uiaiarr al«rp iloarrlbad Aa a iiur raliabUitf, wa r*-?rr ycu Us the pabllshst of th* pai»r In wbtrb tbi# a»tv«rUaem«et l« prtntatl. Mutio *h tild b* mat lo fipnraa or poakiSk* enter, baak draft or r-«iabr«d i«ttar Milraw aiJ •tifciiuiciitj tia v flKl'X (11 NKWtUUPKR I'WfOlt SIS fl^sari HtreeC Mow* t'lts. 1 SK BOW lo«nta»ll#d Thi« na« Sdttt.w WEMHTiafS WrrioNilir to a ».t»t|.le«s itpnni of U»f» oristaal wvtk wbiab h-r^HDn- «iUl y tor $10»® ih-tp»»|iv It is m4 a h«*i kakIx iSiir bat S ib^m fll* MIAII Wt**ritKW IUTI 'MKV Mialft if imi.trii oi ni(j« *tiil« pane ao*l aarrtwablr S'*"' lis icattttir 'J «r»! MM *mi 8O0 Worth axoadway ST Bnadwar SKW YOMK otTT. W O O s i o u O w f. ^5 l,rntU.i Itj llntr iss IX r'f' & tri I htiti&r, Xtw l'-rk jfa. laHII-lifti ii! iOm» It* \!nr fa, !««•:, a, I'rhai*. JfO'lilo rhrnnO ami Mp« rial diaeH««'.«. SiiKrn)»tirfhiif a. •skwrw uiifhi lmiHi«nt]r r,,wrl' *r»»»!e Illo^a.M, *!i tire* sua..ra»Jt«Ttrintorfair. rafun'tcrt nargaa .\n- »n-S ara Iwnw-rtant it* ,Vi (•,' l" 'm wtirtrf .f »*. Miiiiim vhe hosaesteadeil b-«« aombef r--. than i«! an suada ssa) 80LBIERS CM LAY IT S50C TO StSM I#I of I»a nam. uWtT. HOMESTEADS. ,* toil bit *i it i*. i, stia paitb«'ra, '?!"»!*rho Ma a iirvd fair lltsr. il S part aoawvr no «. Wtaafiu i,a(, eriU' ipai *jrr» it! iaat CWHI #««Of w. MOftBXft, WMblngtou, U I Ola Imp n*i in n»raaa latino, att aiaoa ucoswafult ulty Proaeout O h-fawi.i.f-r i." H, I u uAi aa»3Atiiia» NtniTi-PEPIStMt fassair Htewt 0t «nS «ow «a ea» e kz I «URS «Miaa»r»- or Mo- t« Winsist, i t'/a. y at i "A p} w n:re r# ify PHF».U IARI« Pl«a«ans, ,inl to the QiMim tMM tt without By drugeisae. BURDEN o^iuibM usedfor cteacrfi ng purpTpAe^i" What would you give for a Friend ,ff*ho would i/tke half your hard work off pmtr *hmtld0T9 SDt9 l'T'