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DOVuu } BALSAM FOR COUGHS AND THROAT DISORDERS UtO BUOWN'S UltONOItlAL TnooiiRS. "Ilavonover clmn^cd my mind respecting Ilium, except I think holler of tnat which 1 licffaii thinking woll of."— Ilea. Htnry Ward lletclter. Sold only In boxes. There ere lot* of woman who wouldn't marry the boat m»n on earth. They didn't anyway. Made to Look Like Hew. Dresses, GenU' Clothing, Fualuora. Ulores, etc., Dyed or Cleaned, Plush Garment* Steamed at Otto I'letcu'e l)yo Works, IMO \V. Water St., Milwaukee Sond for circular. Frank (pleadingly) — "I never kissed girl before In my llio." May (coldly)"Well, I havon't advortlsod tor apprentices haveIf" Florida mid tha Ontr rout. ' The arrangements of through aleopln, car lines of lliu l.nul«vlllo A Nashvlllo Hal 1 road are more perfect than ever tills aeanuii That company haa through sloencr* from the Ohio River gntowaya to Jacksonville, Tampa, Tlionmavlllo auu tho Qulf Count IU surfs. The time Hindu from Chicago to Jack, aouvlllo la In the neighborhood of alx houri quicker than by any otbor line. Foldera and other Information cheerfully furnlahed by Ocorgo h. Croaa, N. W. Pass. Agent, 283 Clark street, Chicago, 111. "This la In full of account," aald the bar. keeper aa he took the change out of a bill. "Alao," replied the customer, " * of a full." "on account LOVE'S VICTORY. •t BKItTBA It. OLAT. btiViwall-Kiirch iwwwd \\*ahv* nml liopo- lfi»',ltwiw Miniidonwd niUir n time and at the wirt of. tho v>wk Captain Lntiglon wnii mimmonod to I/imlon, nnil nil liopu of solving tlio myaUiry wiw nilliii|iilnliml. The CI1AITKK XX. MVHTIUtmllH llllllllt'.ll. mm nhiiiii' mi D.IIII'II C.iiirl; . mnll.v: II. or mi ah? unNnlhliu: on us coin- Turn to the riffht medicine, if you're a weak or ailing woman. It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If you're overworked or " run-down," it builds you up; If yo»'rc afflicted with any of tho distressing doriuigemcnts and di8- ordcra ^eouliar to your sex, it relioveh. ""ad onres. It improves digcstioii, invigorates tho system, enriches the blot/d, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, produces refreshing sleep, and restores flesh and strength. In the euro of all functional disturbances, weaknesses, and irregularities, it's guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or the money is refunded. It does all that's claimed for it, or it couldn't bo sold in this way. It is a lcgitimato medicine —not ft beverage. Contains no alcohol to inebriate; no syrup or sugar to •our or ferment in tho stomach and cause distress. As peculiar in iU marvelous, remedial result* M in iU oompogition. This GREAT COUGH CURE, this success, hi CONSUMPTION CURE is sold by drug, gists on a positive guarantee, a test that no other Cure can stand successfully. If you have a COUGH, HOARSENESS or LA GRIPPE, it will enre you promptly. If your child has the CROUP or WHOOPING COUGH, use it •uickly and relief Is sure. If yon fear CONSUMPTION, don't wait onffl yoorcase is hope, less, but take this Cure at once and receive Immediate help. Price 50c and $1.00. Ask your druggist for SHILOH'S CURE. If your lungs are sore or back lame, use •hfloh's Porous Plasters. the WiU'inth mill III'IKIIIIII'SH 11I the tiny wno nunc tlmu pleasant. The HIIIIIHIIIIII fell 1 in l!m stalely Irei'H, the liilllliuit llnweiK. Thi'ln was deep allenco In the initn«iuu, Cnpli'11 Iiiinglon hail IWOII (inim wnnn 1mm*. .'Ill <H- wnhl WIIK III III* altiilv. I'.miliui «nl with Miss IlnatlugH liiulcr the liriiie nl the ceil n on tho liiwu. 8I10 liml 11 Imuk In hit lunula but HIIO hail not tin'.iril it )«IL.'«-. Mine, Itltn would fnlu have »,ild MUIII'IIIIIK In hot uliout liiiittcnllnu. I111I llii'ii' wm 11 limit In tho girl's fiuii that irlghli'iiiol her—11 .winnl, tinnl, cold look that MIIU Imd IICUTI en ihcie before. I'anllnn Dnm-ll wn« ml horsi-ir nuirn M 11-t *lciitr-- im t in' I M*'i •> verm ' times. She hailiwkiil In 1 iiirtiiu : 11 I iu .III If she was III—If shewn- t ir -. I—nitl a ,r IUMI answered I'ronilly, 'No" I'.ntlj ii clnei her the pivemess hail sngg Mini Ih it Hun should liiko their book." under Hie xlndi'ol the cednr •Irce. Slin. had iwenHtl wciull}', wlthmil one glenin of nuliuiitliui. Out there in the sunlight Miss Hunting* noticed how rotil nml while I'liu'liie's Inee was. '"'th Its I11111I, act look — lluie was a shadow In the dark eyes, an I, filiki' liei-self, She stniti'd at every sound. M.s^ llistngs Wnt 'hed her keenly. She evluei'd 110 d H- pleaame at belms so watch il; hit when the elillr lady went up to her and said "I'auiliii', yini are Miiely eillni happyV" "1 am neither— I am only lliiu..'.ng." returned, f 1111 1 i<-iit'y. "Tilell your i.ioughls must he M'ry oncs-t"ll lliein In me. semla 11 way nop easint Idi as *i s. inuiilratlug llii-pi to nthrrs.'' HiitMiKS Dinvll ha I evidently mil hen I the words; she had r da|.scd liitn di 1 p luedl; tntlon, and Miss II -tius tlmu ;hl il. better to leavG lier aiiuic Mnlden'y I'.nilliie looked up. 'Miss Hastings." she said, "I suppose a solemn pneiilsc, solemnly given, can n.-ver be lirukeni*" "It never should be broken," replied the governess. "Iii^t- neea In ve been known where tieonle hie • |ne!env.l death to hie ill- lug sneh a promise," "Ves, such deaths have been known. 1 Bhnwlil liunullie," colnim-iiloil I'.illHne. with n gleam ol'li.'lit on hci I r-, " mi Dar roll ever broke his 01 hei wor.l when it had been solemnly gi .111." "I should ima^ii e not," said Miss Hastings. I'lUt she hail no clew to her pupil's musings or to the reason of her ipiest on. So the noon day shadows crept on. 1'ur- plc-wlnged bnlteitlles enqni-ltpd With the lloweis, lestiin.' on the golih 11 breasts of tho white lilies, and 011 the • rimsnii leaves of the rose; busy bees murmuri'il over the rlehelove caruathms; the hlrd-. -mu sweet, juhllaiit son*i, and 11 genllu hic/esliired filially the leaves on the tr es. !•',r nnee r.iiillne I) ir- reli seeuieil blind In th • win 111 sweet sumiuor beauty; it lay nuheiiled befmv her. Miss II:'slings saw ShO.wald ciimiug toward lliem: a miirmin of surprise came fitim her lips. "I' : ine," she said, "look at Sir Oswald- how iil In.' seems. I am nlr.thl soiiicthiug Is wrong." He drew near' to then •igllaled. "I an glad to liml \ou here, Mlsa Hastings," In- mild; "I am in Iroiible, Nay, I'.iu- line, do not no; my Irnuble yljiiulil ho yours." For the girl had risen with an iilrof proud weariness, lnieniliug to leave t'.iem together. At his words—the kindest he had spoken to her lor some lime—she took her scut again; but tho haughty, listless manner did not uhange. "1 am nearly sixty years of nge," said Sir Oswald, "and this Is the lirst time such a trouble has come tome. Miss Hastings, do you remember that couvcrs Hon of ours last night, over Hint roll or notes in the ebony box?" "1 remember il perfectly, Sir Oswald." "1 went tills in nulng to t.iko them from the box, to like Iheir numbers and send ihcui to the bank, and 1 could not liml them —they were gone." "(lone!" repeated Miss Hastings, "l£ Is Impossible! Von must ho mistaken; you must have overlooked them. U hat (lid nicy amount toV" • "Exactly Olio thousand |inumls ,"l|o replied. "I cannot understand It. Vbu saw me replace tho notes in the box - .'" "I did; I watched you. You placed them Inonocorngr. I cou'd put my linger on the place," said Miss Hast ius. "1 looked the box and carried It with my own hands to my study. I placed It In tho drawer of my wrl lug-table, and locked Mint 1 never parted with my keys to any 0110; us is my Invariable rule, 1 placed them under my pillow. I slept soundly all night, and when I woke I found them there. As I toll you I have been to the box, and the notes are gbne. i cannot understand It, for I do not see any Indication of a theft, and yet I have been robbed. evidently deeply tlllAI'I'KII XXI, rW .PII.I.INO 'NtKi'iiNrilAOT. Tit" pivpiirtlhms fm Ihn wedding went on wllh Kient aetlvllyi the rooms prepared for lliii tniilh wiMo a marvel of luxury and bean, ty, TheltMva»i\ (simlolr with itiNo silk ami while hum hnugliw", ndoninil with most ox- HUlsllo itletmv* anil Maine.*, wllh rniesl Howart awl bwl la>A(ililiil nrniuuimlH-u II it to fairy nook, nvtu which every one went lulu rnplme* exeunt I'linlllini she inner IIIKIIIIIIII- -il ihem imr sliowml Hie least interiMt In them, Hho wen! 011 In her cold, piouil, self- eontatnott manner, hiding umuy lummhis in her heart "Mlsa Haltllilts," she Raid one uminlug, "yon pan do me a favor. Sir Oiwuld lias been saying that we must call ul the Kims to ion inly Hampton and Miss Itoeheforil. I •hould refuse, but that the reipiest exnctly »ulw my plans. 1 wish to see MIssHnrlu ford; we will drlvo over this nfteruoou. Will you ongagn Lady llaniptnu lu conversation while 1 tallc to her niece?" "I will do a.iythlng yoit wish, Paulino," returned Mlsa Hustings; "but, my dear child, be prudent I am frightened for you—be prudent It will bo worsothnn useless for you to mako an enemy of tho future Lady Darrull. 1 would do anything to help you, anything to shield you from sorrow or harm, but I am frightened 011 your account" Caresses and demonstrations of all'ecllou were very rare with Paulino; but now she bent down Willi a softened face and kissed the anxious brow "You am very good to 1110," she said. "You are the only one In the wide world who cares for me." And with the wonls tliere came to her such ascnsiMif loneliness ami desolation as no Inn .Huge could describe. Of what use had been her boaitty, of which. her isior lather bad been so pi oud—of what avail the genius with whleli she was so richly dowered'.' No ouu loved her. The only creature living who seemed to inter Into either her Joys or her sorrows was the kind-hearted, gentle governess. "Yon must let me have my own way tills time, Miss Hastings. One peculiarity of the Dai rolls is that they must say what Is on their minds. I intend to do so now; It rests with you whether 1 do it in p.'ace or not." Alter that Miss Hastings knew all further remonstrance was useless. She made such arrangements as 1'aulluu wished, and Hint afternoon they drove over to the Kims. I^ady Uamptun received them very kindly; the , great end and aim ol her life was accomplished—her niece was to be Iiiidy Darrell, of Oairell Court. There was no need for any more envy or jealousy of Pauline. The girl Who hail so lately been 11 dangerous rival and an enemy to be dreaded had suddenly •inuk Into complete liislgnllicauce. I.ady Hampton even thought It belter to be gru- oliius, conciliatory, and kind; as Klinnr had to live with Miss D.irrcll, It was useless to make things disagreeable. So I.ady Hampton received tliein kindly. Frn t from the Court hothouses and Mowers from the Court conservatories were on the table. I.ady Hampton Insisted Hint Miss Hastings should join her in her alteruom tea, while Pauline, speaking with haughty grace, expressed 11 desire to see the Kims garden. I.ady Hampton was not sorry to have an hour's gossip with Miss Hastings, and she desired Elinor to show Miss all their choicest lloweis. Klnor looked halt-fii'ghtenod at tho task. It was wonderful to see tho contrast Hint tho two girls presented—Pauline tall, slender, queenly, In her sweeping black dress, all passion and magullieence; Miss Uochcford, fair, dainty, goldeu-lialrcd, and gentle. They walked in silence down one of the garden-paths, and then Miss Uochoford said, In her low, sweet voice: "If you like roses, Miss Darrell, I can BIIOW you a beautiful collection." Thin for tho lirst tlmu Pauline's dark eyes were directed toward her companion's face. "I am a bad dissembler, Miss Uocheford," she said, proudly. "I have no wisli to see your lloweis. 1 came hero to see you. There Is a seat under yonder tree. Come with me, ami hear what 1 have to say." E luor followed, looking and feeling terribly frightened. What had this grand, Imperious Miss Darrell to say to her? They sat down side by side under the shade of a largo inagiiolln tree, the white blossoms of which filled the air with sweetest pjrt'umo; tho smiling summer beauty rested on tho landscape. They sat lu silence for some minutes, and then Pauline turned to Elinor. ".Miss Uochoford," she said, "1 nm come to give you a warning—tho most solemn warning you have over received—ono that If you have any common senso you will not lofuse to heed. I hear that youin'm going to marry my uncle; Sir Oswald. Is It true?" "Sir Oswald has asked 1110 to be his wife," Elinor replied,, .with downcast eyes ami a faint blush. 'Paulino's face gleamed with scorm "There is 110 need for any of those pretty airs and graces with me," she said. "I am going to speak stern truths to you. You, a lug his bride home. I le hail, III spite ol Himself, been somewhat linp.essed by Ills niece'* behavior, She gave no sign of disappointed greed or ambition, but she born herself like mm who has been unjustly deprived of her rlghbt. On the night of the arrival every ismsibln preparation had boon made for receiving the baronet ami hla wife, Tim servants, under the direction of Mr, Krainplon, the butler, wore drawn up lu stately army. Tho hulls from tho old Norman chinch of Aiitllclgh lloyal pimlcd out a triumphant welcome) (lag* and triumphal arches ndmiieil tho roadway. The Court was looking Its brightest and best; the grand old service of golden pinto, from which In olden times, kings, and queens had dined, was displayed. Tho rooms woro made bright wllh lloweis nml warm with tires. It was a proud coining homo for l<n<ly DanoH, who had never known what a homo was before, llerdelicnto face Hushed a* her eyes lingered on the splendor around her. She could not repress tho slight feeling of triumph which made her heart beat and her pulse thrill as she remembered that this was all her own. She bowed right and left with the calm, suave smile that never deserted her. As she passed through the long lile of servants she tried her best to be most gracious and winning; but despite her delicate, grave, nnd youthful loveliness, they looked from her to the tall, queenly girl whose proud head was never bent, nnd whose dark eyes had In them no light of welcome. It might bo better to bow to the rising sun, but many of them prclcncd the sun that was setting. Sir Oswald led his young wife proudly through tho outer rooms into the drawing- room. "'Welcome home, my dear Elinor!" he said. "May every moment you spend In Darrell Court lie full of happiness!" Sho thanked him. Pauline stood by, not looking at them. Alter the llr-t careless glance at Jjiuly Darrell, which seemed to take lu every deUiil of her costume, and to read every thought of her mind, she turned carelessly away. Iiiidy Darrell sat down near the lire, while Sir Oswald, with tender solicitude, took oft" her traveling-cloak, ids hands trembling with eagerness. "You will like to rest for a few minutes bo tore you go to your rooms, Elinor," he said. Then Miss Hastings went up to them, nnd some general conversation about traveling ensued. That seemed, to break the Ice. I.ady Darrell related one or two little incidents of their Juurney, anil then Sir Oswald suggested that she should go to her npurlmcnts, as the dinner-bell would ring in half an hour, I.ady Darrell went away, and Sir Oswald soon afterward followed. Pauline had turned to one of I he large sbiuds of duwers, and was busily engaged in taking Hie dying leaves Iroui a beautiful plant bearing gorgeous crimson dowers. "Pauline," said Hie governess, "my dear child I" She was startled. She expected to llnd the girl looking sullen, angry, passionate; hut tho splendid faee wasonly lighted by agleuin ol Intense scorn, Ihe dark eyes Hashing lire, the ruby Hps curling mid quivering with disdain. Pauline threw back her head with Hie old slgiiilicant movement. "Miss Hustings," she said, "I would not have sold myself as that girl has done for all the money and Ihe highest rank in Kngliuid." "My ilear Pauline, you must not, really, speak in that fashion, l.aily Darrell undoubtedly loves Iter husband." The look of scorn deepened. "You know she docs not. She Is Just twenty, and ho is nearly sixty. What love- Whut sympathy can there he between them?' "it Is not really our business, my dear; we Will not discuss it." "Certainly not; but as you are always so hard upon what you call my world—tho 15u hemlaii world, where men and women speak the truth—it amuses me to liml Haws In gavety—wo must have a series ol parties auu bnllH." Is she beginning to patroul7.n mil?" thought Pauline. She smiled In herself- a peculiar smile whlel D.irrell happened \t> nilcli, nnd which made her feci very n.ieomfoitahlu; ami then nil awkw.nil silence tell over them, only bmken by Hie entrance of Sir Oswald, and the announcement Unit dinner was served. The blessedness of youth consists in or portunityj that of old ago in the golden ss of yo of old iruit of 'opportunities improved. niiAiTi '.n xxiii. K men oll'T J'l'.ri.lNKI). Tim In bin's III 4 dinner at hoiiiu was over, and had been a great sueees.i. Lilly Darrell had nut evinced the least emotion; she had mull led fm her -present social position—for a Hun house, troops ol servants, beautiful win in, fragrant looms, choice wines, and luxurious living; It was only purl and parcel of what she expected, and Intended to have. She took the chair of shite provided for her, and by the perfect ease and grace of her manner proved that she was Well lilted Tor it Sir Oswald watched her with keen delight, only regretting Hint years ago he had not tikenuuti) himself a wife. He was most courtly, most deferential, most attractive. It Lady D.11 roll did occasionally feel weary, ami the memory of Aubrey Lnngton's facu rose between her ami her husband, she made no sign. When the three ladies withdrew, she made no further ett'nrls to conciliate Pauline. Sho looked at her, but seemed almost afraid to speak. Then she opened a conversation will Miss Ha tlugs.and tho two persevered in their amiable small talk until' Pan,Ine rose and went to the piano, the scornful glance on her face derpcniirt. "This is making o"*!'s self amiable!" sho thought. "What a nle-sing It would be If people would speak only when they had somethiiiL' sensible to say!" She sal dnwu hcluic the piano, but suddenly remembered that she had not been asked to do so. mid that she was no longer mistress of the house—a rcllcctiou siillleleully galling In make her rise quickly, and go to Hie other end of the room. "Pauline," said Lady Darrell, "pray slug for us. Miss Hustings tells me you have u lltaguilicent voice." "Have 1? Miss Hastings Is not so complimentary when she speaks to 111c alone." Then n sudden resolution came to I.ady Dariell. She rose from her seat, and, with the rich robe of silver and white sweeping mound her, she went to Ihe end ot the room where Pnuliiie was standing, tall, slalely and statuesque, turning over the leaves of 1 hook. Tlieeiiidriist lielweeii the twogirls- tlie delicate bennly ol the one, and the grand loveliness of the other-Was never moru strongly 111:11 Iced. Lady Danell laid her white hand, shining She looked The Type of Olttdimss. There are, indeed, types of gliuJne«« that cannot bo produced after a first heavy sorrow. We (run never Bffaln look upon Ihe woild with tho same eye*. There are void ; laces in our earthly love that mind remain void while wo stay here. II11I there is a profoundcr love for those who day with UH, a gentleness, tenderness, sweotness of affection, unknown before. Our lovo Kiiins by loss, grows \iy amputation. Above all, thorn is a more viiid tonne of heavenly realities, a contcionsncsi- of unbroken union with Iboso that seem di'dded from us, an intimacy with hi. her fellowships opened for us by those who have gone from ui>, a moru clinging sense of dependence on the infinite love, and hence a joy purer and loftier though its pristine bouyancy boforover lost. Ecpecial- ly as life wanes, and tho shadows lenglhon, may the treasures luid up in heaven give us a familiar, home-like feeling as to the mansions when they shall be ours again, and the very hopes whoso failures casta cloud over earlier years may "thus shed over declining days a genial light, that shall grow brighter and brighter till it by merged in the pure r.d'incc of heaven— Dr. A. P. Peabody. IltACK ItiVKit VAIM, Special Telegram, Jan. 0.— Senator Price and and his bride have just returned after an extended biidal lour, and this evening held a reception which was attended by all the leading families of the city and county who cam 1 ; to extend ! their congintulations. The rooms were richly decorated with flowers and green house plants. Guests' to the number of at least 300 were present and all were righf royally entertained. BiEciUM 'a Pihia cost only 35 cent* a box. They are proverbially known throughout the world to be "worth a guinea a box." "You seem to be taking things said Father Time to tho Fool Killer, .ypuiig girl, barely .twenty, and all your llfo \bjlforo yo;(—surely'you!cannot bo so shamo- Both tho method and result* when Syrup of Figs is taken; tt la pleasant tnd reTreahing' to tho taste, and tots E Dtly jet promptly on the Kidneys, Tor and Bowel*, oleanse* the ayi* lw' effectually, dispel* poldi, head- aoh «4 and' fever* and oure* habitual aoMdpation. , 8vrup of Figs. i* the inly remedy of it* kind over pro- anoed, pleasing to the taate'and ao- aeptable to tho atomaeh,,prompt In Ita action'and truly^ beneficial In it* tflecta, prepared only from the stoat kaalthy and agrjcteabie Bubstanoea, it* panr excellent qualityijfwmmtind It |o all and have made it tho moat popular remedy known. • Syrup of Fin i* for tale in 60a and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reuablo druggut who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not aooeptany rabetitute. Miss Hastings looked very thoughtful., ... .. "Yon have certainly been robbed," sho h'ess'.y untriie^eveiitQ protend Unit you are Bald. "Are you sure the keys have never, " f "" left your possession?" ^ < "Never for ono single moment," he replied' ."Has any one in the bouse duplicate keys! 1 " she asked, '. "No. . 1. bought the box years ago In Venice: il has a peculiar lock— tliere Is not one lu England like it" "It is very, strange," said Miss Hastings. "A thousand pounds Is 110 trlllu to lose." Paulino Onrrell, her face_ turned, to the, (lowers, uttered 110 word. 1 ' "You nijgbt show some little Interest, Pauline," said her uncle, sharply; "yon Plight have the grace to ailed It, even If you do not •leef It.'!" ..>:•'O , '.• "1 am very sorry Indeed," she returned, coldly. ; ,"1'ulu grieved that you have bud Kiich a loss." 'J>'M 'iv ': Blr'XMwalU 'looked pacllled. \ "It Is nut so "much the uctual loss of the money that has grieved me," ho'sald; '1 shall not feel it Hut 1 am distressed to think Unit there should be a thief among the people I have loved and trusted," solemn council I" inter cheery voice of Aubrey Laugton gloomy conspirators." . ' , 1 , - ,, , , - - - •-- . - - . t niinn I nm 11 Dai-roll, and vWheil my avtrrylng uu'qld Ulan like my uiielo for love? 'You kno\y iHs not so—you dare not oveu pretend it" ' > •: ,. ,- , ; ' -I Bilnor'a face Hushed crimson. "Why do you 'sisialt .so to me. Miss Dar-, rell?" 8hegasi>ei 'h ' *'>'• "Because 1 want to warn you. Are you not ashamed—yes, I repeat tjio word, ashamed—to Bell your youlb, your hope or lave, ' your ||(u'Itself, for, mqney aqd title? That Is what youalp' doing. 'You ito not Jove Sir Oswald, Iluw should you? He Is moro.thail, old enough to be your father. If he were a poor man, you would laugh his offer (o scorn; but he Is old and rich, and' ynd are willing to jaarryhiuitolhW fidy ; Darrell, of^.tr- !»" ^ rell Court Can you, Elliuir Kuehdford,look Uieii -wOi.l. . ine frankly In tho face, lyid say It Is not BO?" , ,V, 00 , ('K'^ yours." Miss Hastings looked troubled: but she knew It was better for Hie passionate torrent of words to bo poured out to her. Pauline looked at her with that straight, clear, open, honest look before which all affectation fell. "You toll me, Miss Hastings, that I am de- llelent In good-breeding—that I cannot taku my proper place In your world because I do not conform to Its ways and Its maxims. You have proposed this lady to me as a model, and you would fuln see mu rugulatu all my thoughts and words by her. 1 would rather die than bo like her! Shu may bo thoroughly lady-like—I grant that sho Is so—but sho has sold her youth, her beauty, her lovo, her life, for an old man's money and title. I, with all my hrt sqncrle, as you call it would have scorned such sale and barter." "But Paultni. " remonstrated Miss Hastings. "It Is an unpleasant truth," Interrupted Paulino, "and you do not liko ti hear It Sir Oswald Is Baron of Audleigli Royal and master of Darrell Court; if a duke, thirty years older, had made tills girl an offer, she would have accepted him, and have given up Sir Oswald. What a world, where woman' truth is so bidden for?" "My dear Paulino, you. must not, Indeed say these things; they are most unlady-llke.' "I begin to think that all truth is unlike,' returned the girl, with a laugh. "My favorite virtue dees not wear court dress very becom ingly."' ' .v..-! r '• . : "1 have never heard that It affects russet gowns elthor," said Miss Hastings. "Ol Paulino,'If you would but nmlershiml social politeness, social duties) If you would hut kuup your .terrible Ideas to yoursell'l If you .would byt reiiieiuber that tho outward bear lug of life must bo 11s a bright, shining, 1111 disturbed surface I Do try lo be more amiable to Lady Darrein" "Nol" exclaimed thu girl, proudly. Have warned tier, aim sue, pas cuosen to 11 is* regard my .warning. 1 glial! never assume any'fulsu appearance 01 amiability or friend ship for her; It will bu war to the knife I ' told her so, and she uhose to disbelieve mu, ' 1 am a Darrell, and tile Diuiclls never break Don't Hear Kverjrttilnff. The art of hearing should he learned by all. There are so many thing which il is painful to hear, very many of which, il heard, wiH disturb the temper, corrupt simplicity nnd modesty; detract forn. contentment and happiness. If a man falls into a violent passion, and calls us all manner of names, at the first word we should shut our ear as n sailor would furl bis nail and making all tight, i -cud before the gale. If a hot restless man begins to inflame our feeling, we should consider what mischief the firey sparks may do in our magazine Lelow, whpre our temper is kept, nnd instantly close the door. If all the petty things said of one by heedless or ill nalured idlers were brought home to hias, he would become a mere walkina pin-cushion stuck full of sharp remarks. If we would be happy when among good men, we should open our ears; when among bad inou shut then. It is not worth while to heur what our neighbors say about our children, what our rivals say about onr business, our dress, or our affairs.—Presbyterian. ine frankly In the face, ajid •fiNMMftcould W4' EVs'ry .word full liko a sledgehammer on her heart,'aiiil slid know It was all true. Sho bent her crimson face, and hid It'troHt HuttllnuV clear ga»**; ?„••,.'. :",• "Are you not ashamed to sell yourself? If no truth, 110 honor, 110 loyalty Impels you to l )i ;r, Ihe.-.unstudied grace of her atllludej tl?o, perfect' pose, tiie' grand, faco •Vitli'ltsToyal look Of'scoriiv Miss Hustings feit tlmiiShe wyyldri|ther Imyetho girl i'or : u friend than an enemy. f'yotir relief, "1 am so glad you are come, Aubrey; you can advise me what to do," ' . -TUe.biirou toiiLtlie jtoiy ofJiU loss. ~rr Captain Laugton was shooked, ainiiwd; he ' then sug- t»1id. Sir Oswald looked up with a».*oAi**M ^^$&^W'*m ^g^&l^^^ . long porlpd t .have learne^itofconsklur p.u>; rtt'ft^'fftti C ^JTV ? ^{W*<5, rell Court lis mine.. It is mine," film eoutln- >" u ' '1 doliiipo,'.fur'-youf own 1 siike, Pauline," shuanldj !;tha|ryou, yylll alidiV; every jiuspeet to Lady U^'rrull.-^AJI your comfort will de' * uiustfreally compromise „ , hmUVrVl'' "cried Pauline,' 'You Imd'hietteV toll the'teio'ebiniiionilse ' ""Into with'' Uh jewels, mi Pauline's arm, ip iif.o her proud inc. Pauline," she said, gently, "will you not friends'.' Wo huvu to live together—will 011 be Mends',"' "Nol" replied Miss 1) nrell, In her clear, auk voice. "I gave you warning. You paid no heed to 11. We shall never bo lends." A faint smile played round Lady Darrell's lips. 'But Pauline, do you n«t see how useless all your resentment against me Is now? My marriage with Sir Oswald bus lake 11 place, and you and 1 shall have to live together per- nips for many years—it would b' so much letter torus to live In peace." The proud face wore its haughtiest look. "It would bu better for you, perhaps, Lady Darrell, but it can makenoditl'enmeetome." It can. Indeed. Now listen to reason- listen to mo!" and in her eagerness Lady Darrell once more laid her hand on the girl's arm. Her faee Hushed as Pauline drew back, with a look of aversion, letting the jeweled hand fall. "Listen, Paulino!" persevered Lady Darrell. "You know all this Is nonsense—sheer nonsense. My position now is established. You can do nothing to hurt 1110 Sir Oswald will tako good care of that Any attempt that you may make to injure mo will fall upon yourself; besides, you know yon can do nothing." in splto of her words, Lady Darrell looked halt-fearfully at tho girl's proud, defiant face. "You may have all kinds of tragic plans for vengeance in your mind, but there aro 110 secrets in my llfo that you can llnd out to my discredit- indeed, you cannot Injure me in any possible way." She seemed so sure of It yet heroyes sought Paulino's with an anxious, question lug fear. "Now, 1, on tho contrary," sho went on, "can do much for yon—nml I will. You nre young, and naturally wish lo enjoy your life. You shall. You shall have balls and parties, dresses—everything that you can wish for, if you will only be friends with me," She might as well have thrown drops of oil on an angry ocean to moderate its wrath. "Lady Darrell," was the sole reply, "you are only wasting your time and mine, warned you. Twenty years may elapse before my vengeance arrives, but It will come at lost" She walked away, leaving the brilliant fig nre of the young bride alone in thu bright lamp-light She did not leave thu loom, for Sir Oswald entered at the moment carrying a small, square parcel lu his haul. He smiled as he came in, '.'How pleasant It Is to see so many fair faces!" ho said. "Why, my home has Indeed been dark until now " Uq went up lo Lady Darrell, as she stood alone. All the light in the room seemed to be centered on her golden hair and shining dress. He said: "I havu brought the Utile parcel, Elinor, thinking that you would prefer to give your beautiful present to Pauline herself. Hut!' he continued, "why are you standing, my love? You will bo tired." Slie raised her fair, troubled facu to bis, with a flinlle. 4 "Moreover, It seems to me that you are looking anxious," ho resumed. "Miss Hastings, will you come here, please? Is Uils un anxious look fin Lady Darrell's face?" "' "I libpe not,"' s'ahl tiie governess, wltlt' a gentlosmile. , • . ' •' .Theu, Sir Oswald brought a chair, .aiiil placed his wife In 11; lie next obtained' a footstool amb a small: table. Lady Darrell,' though luill-aBliiuued ur the feeling, could not belp.boiug.tliuiikl'iil that Pauline did nol notice these Jover-like attentions,' "Now, Miss llusjlngs,^ sisike Sir Oswald, "1 wunt.yoti to adiulfe'Lady^Da"ri 1 iliratastOi/! (Tol^eontUiuefi,).. ; »' ' • TI1K KITCHEN. Cremu Suuce. Remove the fat from the chicken liquor, having about a pint; melt one tablespoonful of butter and mix with it two table poonfuls of Hour; add one of cream seasoned with sail and pepper. tlup Pudding. ~~" Beat up 2 eggs wi'li C tuaspoonfuls ol sugai until tho mixture is vry light; then add 1 tablespoonful softened butter and G iiblespoonfula of Hour. Have caps buttered, and 1 tablespoonful of jam or jelly, or twice that amount of fresh fruit 111 them. Fill cups up half full of bucler and bake half an hour. A Good ltlce Dessert is made of 1 <iunrl of sweet milk, % of a cup of uncooked rice and 11 little salt,. Put this in cups, set them in a steamer over a kettle of boiling water and cook until the rice is almost like jtlly. When cold turn out of cups, servo with sugar and cream flavored, or pudding sauce. Wolili Knrohli. Break fine half a pound of cheese into a sauce pan, or a double boiler. Rich cheese with some ago is preferable, As the cheeso melts, stir through it, 2 eggs well beaten, a trifle ol cayenne, \i tcafpoonful salt, a tablespoonful butter, a tenspoonful muetard and ii half teaeupful cream Have realy nicely browned slices of toast, spread tho mixture 011 Ihein; serve hot. Suuse. Clean, and scrape the pigs' feet nnd cars; cover them with Bait and water, and let them Bland for two days; thun turn this water off and cover ngiin with clean salt and water; let tlif 111 bland two dayB longer, tbon boil about t.vo hour) in clean water; when cold split them, and pour over them boiling vinegar in which there has been thrown a few whole cloves, a piece of stick cinnamon and a lnndful of salt; they will be ready for use in 21 hours. Potato Soup. To ono part of polotocs boiled and mashed lino add two parts of chipped bread, well soaked. Sl'r well together; flavor with onions sliced and fried brown; salt and popper to taste. easy," "Yes," was the reply, "the parachute-jumper it looking after my business." BLOOD VKSSKLS ARI BOMBTIUM BURST by whooping cough. IIALR'S Uoif IT or HOBB- BOUNO AND TAR relieves it. Ibis's TOOT II AC ni DROPS Cure in one Minute. , Plumbers are not wholly conscienceleu. They never charge for the holes they make In your bttti-room carpet with their melted bolder. PITH.—All riUlUlBpivl tr— bjr D».KLlni 'lOaHf NKIITB ItunoR**. Ni>KIU»ri»r SmiUy'ioM. Hnr. tcllooflsarM. TrMiifn nnd |'i. 00 lrl»l IMUU tr— u III ruw. Huml loDr. Kiln., VJI Arch HI., Phil*., P». "Tiie corning man" Is the fellow who holds your note. A DRKP-SIIATCD Vovon cruelly tries the Lung* and wastes the general strength. A prudent resort for the afflicted Is to use Dr. \>. .layuo 'a Expoctorant, a remedy for all trundled with' Asthma, Bronchitis, or any Pulmonary affection. A Iloslon spinster fainted one day last week because the mail brought her a newspaper In Its wrapper. The use 'of Ely 's Cream Balm, (or* cure for Catarrh and Cold In Head, h attended with no pain, Inconvenience or dread, which can be laid of no other remedy. I feel it my duty to say a few words In regard to Ely 's Cream Balm, and I do so entirely without solicitation. I bare used it balf a year, and have found it to be most admirable. I have Buffered from catarrh of the wont kind ever since I was a little boy and I never hoped for cure, but Cream Balm seems to do even that Many of my acquaintances have used it with excellent results.— Oscar 0»- trum, 45 Warren Avenue, Chicago, Ul. Apply Halm Into each nostril. It U Quickly Absorbed, (jives Relief at once. Price 50 cents at Druggist* or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren St., New York. Daughter—"Father Mr. Ilendrlcki U a bright young man." Father—"Ho must be. I notice that you never have a light lu the parlor when he calls." A Itemedy for th* Grippe Cough. A remedy recommended for patients af- lilcled with the grippe is Kemp 's Balsam, which is especially adapted to diseases ol the throat and lungs, Do not wait for the tl rat symptoms of the disease before securing the remedy, but get a bottle and keep It on hand for use the moment It Is needed. If neglected, tho grippo haa a tendency to bring on pneumonia. All druggists sell the llulsam. ft ODTM Colds. Oongbf. Mi» Throat, « Inflneaim, whooping ponah, Biwnehll Asthma. A osttaln cars for Ooniampnoa Sttr^re!' " law STMrw] A •thma. _ (UCM, at^ IT axe th* Unt dDM. Bold br h. loeenti and lljOO. GRATEFUL--COMFORTING. Epps's Cocoa BREAKFAST. "Bra taoroag-h kno»!«Jgi* e>t ilia nataral Uwi whlen govern tha oparatlont of tllReitlon and Dtitrl. tlon,and 1 *7 a caratal application or.tha floa propar- tlaa of wall-aalaotad Oocoa, Mr. Ijpt tint provided onr breakfaat table* With a rfoi ;<-M *ljr flarored bar, oran which mar para oi natir h -ary doctonT bllla. II la by the jadlelone aae of audi article* of dial that a conatltutloa may ba gradually Imlll op notll atrooa; enough to reilai arery ttndmicy to olaaaaa. Hundred* of «ubtle maladte* are floating around oa ready to attack wherever there I* a wenk pulal. We mey f *c*pe many a fatal ahaft by keeping our. aetve* wall fortified with pure blood and a properly nourl .had frame."—"Civil Hervlee Gazette. Made elmply with boltlnff water or milk. Sold only ID half-pound linn, by Urocera,labelled thnai J AM KM KKI'S A CO.. Hotnarapethl* Ohamlita, LONDON, KNULAND. We have noticed that the more impracticable and hopeless an ambition la, the more energy a fool will put lu It he -Can Vnii vim! > Only One Kver Printed tho Won! r There Is a 8 Inch display advcrllsumuul in I INK paper this week which has no two word* ulikc except ouo word. Tho same Is true of inch new one appearing each week from The Ur. Harter Medicine Co. This house place* "Crescent" on everything they make ami piibliBb. Look for It, send them the mime of the word, and they will return you HOOK, iiBAUTirui. LiTiiooiuma or SJ.MIM.K8 Fimit. The eliancos aro that a long-felt want la about to be filled. A Hobokou man Is working on a collar-button with a whistle attachment I • • • W © • • THE SMALLEST PILL IH THEWORtDl > XUTT'S •TINY LIVER PILLS a tiara all thfi virtue* ortha larger oneUM •equally arSlsetlTe! purely vegetable). Riaot al*a> shown In this bordar. THE GRIPPE. The grippe this scuson has showi d singular condition of affuirs. The longer it litis prevailed any community the more virulent it is. This winter in liussin, where it lirnt Htarted, it ha» developed into a kind of insanity, so tlmt those utthcted with it rush from Iheir bed nnd traverse the streets and highways. Iv the east it has developed into typhoid symptoms, while in th'; west it has been marked by pneumonia. Under the ordinary treatment pneumonia is generally fatal, but KKID'I GKEMAN COUGH AND KIUNKY OUIIK, will save the sufferer from this malady. It contains no opiates, and, instead of paralyzing the digestive organs and kidneys, it incites then; to action, while it stimulates the. digestion. In this respect it is superior to any cough medicine that was ever put upon the market. Ask your dealer for it and take no other STLTAK REMEDY CO ., Peoria, UL How'a ThlBl We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any ease of oatarrh that cannot bo ourod by taklui) Ball's Catarrh Cure. i\ J. CHENEY & CO., Props, Toledo, Ohio. \\ e, the undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for the last IB yoars, and bollove him perfectly honorable hi all business transactions, and financially able to carry oat any obllgaltuua i made by their firm. WKST & TnrjAX, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. WALDIKO, KINHAN & MIBVTN, WboloBala Drug- I g sta, Tolodo, Ohio. 1 aU's Catarrh Cure le taken Internally, noting dlrootly upon tho blood and innoous surface! of the system. Testimonials sent freo. Vritx 78 oents per bottle. Bold by all Dragghits. G Or , apple Coru-Slavrcn I'udillng. Tart apples, stewed wjth ^ery^ little water unl\\ pulpy, swoelened nnd thickened with com bturch, make n nice pudding to be eaten with crettm. Rhubarb is UHPU in the snmo wav. Tho corn starch muHt be dissolved in a litlle cold water bnfoie adding it lo the boiling fruit. utxl— "mine by right, for 1.«m_a I) •:r«il=-, mine by'ilght of tho great love 1 hour It- mine by every law that Is Just nml rl«htl Bllnpr Itucliefm'd,,! vj^ru ^u, huware in T ^«M »B9wSrul MAm ^bhly ^tiiWnUou to' -„•„-- .-• - mimberil uuiilnhinojhohiiHiioothoriuoilve. Uewitra ot the notes them,"-ho mid i)i> sterifjas robbery. Is there any ouolyou ,ry, 8ia-HE ,iar .'riipija »o»,,iuej| Nu; In All (l>« wide world (here Wos'ijot, J ^m'wtBo^dp)^^^^^ of rob- 1 "llow.enn joti tnlk no striinsoly to me, 3 uiblwiy. Is thero anyUutl'Eyau W«'loywlhllWl WiWJiot stj'uno wp »i|, «^J!J &t,lt|migttt.iunttoi'.of iloyort'ii'i' «f •W'b «rterV«i *i)(t.iri >f"' J '-'' ' Thewmilu Imd Btiirccly Issueil froiii 'her Hps whuirilio dlnii'cr-bell siliihlliiil, iin'tlLiiily D.uiull entered in u buuutiful uvimlifg dress of white nml silver, Certainly Sir 0:iwuld's olioic^llilTi'iviKrcat orWII*.' ;aiio\wnst>i.e of mmmi%lfi' tlie .iiwCte , W' l ' ulot ' wo " men, fiilv, o reusluif, liisiiumUiiK-<ouu of those women who would never dreum of ut- Uafti'nroiig tiiltJi' wl)t)ii|Ql(iKnnt-lletlon niuch. la ttqr. scryed iliuir' iiurposo—.who, loved' "'rtne olothos,':sweet peviiiuiciv costjy JovVftlB-iWlw pi'Bfei'reitHieli'iowy; eonilort in a gm'eoful, lungti)4.V)'»y. to^ npytlilng„else on enrth—•-vho expected to" be wflltctlnpop 'nn^, vyjjd (lel'o.iTod to, men r ' r -«iOii ^intiliatiU iptlnm'n|^-\vl!0 others-i-wltom ilHfdrlngsto', . oi)^ of those iclouslv Willi subtly harm«i(|ous t)ctlq,n, \Y1IUSU hjiiuts wore M ItY A BROKESr IlAlfii ' '.ill --i'> -.^3 i_i- ii.: ... Saiiubiip on a Urauob of thaiUtalouPaoltlo >':»'! ..-;.«--,.' * iRuaMl, ;.: • :;j Gil AND' ISLANDS Neb., 1 Jau. 12.—A isaenger train on toe Ord branch ol the, uion-' Padiflc road was wreoked this morning by-a broken'rail.': A. iiumberbf pas.engers; were morn or leas. Injured, and J. AViKelley, of this city,; IB thought, toibe fatally thtirt. j Only twoothera are seriously injured, ,<„ v',*>.'' TUB -uouskuotiD,; :; *! a nrpHWB »BtoK.' ,;, ; B | . Iaw*, '''i"'";;"!"' 1 jlfv ! '•. You U >w«rlu» height lauflanad Into grace ' ; Andlqvel |«M»,&«0«W ,ltf«Bmr |i|t58tr |i, t ,. 8o liafe I teen some hunted bnman fane V»d6 beaailfal'with age and silver hairs. •il* 'J . -•-*«U««'l!omeJQiirnal. ur*. i AltltESl'IU) A 8KUGKANT. Trouble Helween Soldiers ami Ilou K lik HI No Hales, Aria. WAsniNOToNi Jan. 12.— A lelegraui was received at. the wur department today saying that a guard of soldiers accj)ui|,any- ing tjio army paynmster hull beep ulliick- ed by roughs at No Oulns. Arizona, und the aergoiint'urrcsted by the civil iiutliori ties for hi«. uluire in the Ught Unit followed.. Porfoctly Well. FtLLHOBE, Dubuqu* Co., la., Sept, 1889. Wlas K. FlruHgan wrttM: aCymotliar and sis ttv BMd Pastor Koatdtfa Narva Toolaforiiaa. ralgla. They an both parfaotty viUu> and never ttr* of praUlng tha Tonle. Ount, Iowa, Oat II, 1MU . *or nineteen yaars my daughter andarad bom Bis ao that an* oould not even drais herself. Or tha 17th of March last she oommonoad vslna Faator Koeabj's Nerve Tonic, and it haa oared har entirely. Accept many kind thanks and blessings; leannot toll how happy I feel to think say child la oared. UBS. TBBBBBA KYIdL. _ STOBM Iowa, July », IStO, ( was soflarlng from nervoasness, slaeplMs oaas, ana loss of memory; about two month! aao I took Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonle, and I at- tribota my recovery to tbi* madlelne j I am satisfied with Its effect. J. A. BAABT. •*••••••—« Taluable Book on irervona sV lib Is Ulaeiuos sent (roe to any address, I H IS *"* I'ooi' pauenu can also obtain I llaWlaa this medicine rreo or oharce. This remedy has boeu prepared by the Revereod Pastor Koenlg. ot Fort Wayne, Int H slDce 1874 and UDOW prepared undornta dlreoaon brthe KOENIO MED. CO., Ohloago. III. Boklbr UrunrlaUat•! p«r BotUe. Storts. turito Bl/e, »1.15. 6 Bottles for SO. 'UiTUItwrb mail has dbtuin'nd'froin cotton fueS ^eioftiinoj, cpokiiig-oil, ferallitera, soup and eulie, anjlnow it is claimed that su^'iir can bxcxtrncfe'l Iroui it. Is tha relief itn B In many severe esaea of dna«p<|« iromblee' by Hood's Saniparills.' FossasllrK the 'jaatkaowq slameeh toalas u,wel| ss the best alter- attva ramadlaa, this excellent mediolne «t«a* tha •tctaieh the etreni b' reaulrad to retain ena dbtset i >ourlalitMSi>od,orsat*s A Cuod Appetite >.nd aaatlr bat uiracrtvaly as lists to nseoral ssettoa the whalemaohlaetyqf the body. Host natttrhvi rapotai cense from people who have taken ;< , Hood's Sarsaparllla lor itmmU, inaigesUon, arid Umliar troublas. HOOD'S t »ILL »-rifor 'tba iivar a»d bow. ats, aeleastly yetprampUxand efUdentlr, Price VOe SEEDS r;^" 1 .^ DONALD KENNEDY Of Roxbury,Ma88.,Says. Mnwe cssea enieJ br rur Mooioal Ulwovery •ame to me every day. Here Is ouu of Paraynl*— BIlnflnwiK-and the Grip. Now, how iloes iny MoilU •al.Ulsoovery care all tUete? I don't know, unlaw it lakes bold of the liiddmPoison tiist nakesall tumor. i Viaoinri Cur, Nevada. Sept.", UWI, SoaauiKaiiHict-DeBrSIr: I will state my ess to you: About nine yoars-avo I was paralysed In my Ml aid* nod the best dociora wave we no relief for two years, and I was sdvlstid to try ymir Ulaoovery, WbieU did lis doty, and iu a few niontlis I wan ra. llorcd to health. About (our year, axo I bream* Mind laniylelt eye by • spotted qatirnct Lata atarob I wis taken wllh La Urlppe, aud was conliDaa t* my bed for tlirea montlis. At the end of that time, as la lbs ^tart, tliau It struck me that yow Dlaoovary waa ue.ihlvg for mei o 1 got bpttlea and before It was half gone I was ablu to go to ay werh Jn lb* mines. Mow la regard to my eyes i ae I Hit my lelt eye, and about six months t«o my right •ye bsosme efnieted with blaok apols over tbe sluhl as aid the left eye—perhaps aomn twenty of tlifm— kat Since I bare been using your Blawvery ihar all left my right eye bnt one i end, thank* krlgbt ligbt of liravnn Is onoo more making its an- B iarsac* n my f«yi eye, I am wonderfully aston- hed at It. sod thank Ood and yoar Meilloul Ul*. •ovfiry. Your* truly. IliKK WKirn. % LITTLE LIVER PILLS DO NOT OBIPB HOB HICKIS, Sure cure for SICK 1I1CAD- ACIIK, Impaired dllt.llo«,conr*. patloo,torpid Kliimls. Thcyarooaa vital organ*, remove nauaca, alia sleen. Act Ilka marie on lyaandbludflur. Conauea bllloua nervous die- ordera. Eitabllih aa*. ural DAILY AOTIOH. complexion by purifying Benutify blmul. fcnr.LV VIUXTAHU*. 'iho doM I* nicely adlurtrd;io«ijneaae. aa easi aevtrbetoornuch. Each vial contain* ft, carried pocket, Ilka Uad-iwncll. Uuslnesa man'l convenience. Taken eaalertban suptar. Sold a where. All lanulna good* bear "Creeernt." , Send S-cent rtarap. VometW page bock with m Le«l«. Ha. OK. HfTH MEDICINC CO., St. LIES »s Konmii wishes to buy • pig In » bug, nnd no ono plnoea confidence In the advertisements of Scnlo mukors which SOUND Improbable. " Something for nothing " onn cover bo Imd,anil when you see Senles advertised so indefinitely us to leave a BIO percentage for the Im- atlnntloii j Investigate •wrefully, FACTS Home people iiro fall- inlnileil, Hiitl to them we retor tho Seals question. Actions SPEAK louder tlmn words, KD 4 wliun you find a icentt* trie article made «4 Koud material FOR a fulr price Is It not better that the fnots In the case should b* looked Into by fatf minded men tor THEMSELVES before buying- anf kind of a Scale) patterns, pates**. 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