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A Distracted Parent.
five daughter- fourof them engaged
Good heavens ! I shall go modi
For tucb a surfeltlug of love
No parent ever had.
. Wltb It; uo matter where
I go about the honso 1 trip
Upon touie whispering pair.
t evening, when I take my pipe
And trek a quirt nook
To read the Kvk.vino Post, or else
Some new and tempting book,
I ope, perhaps, tho parlor door,
Wbeu a familiar sound,
Quite uiiinlHtnkable, suggest
It Is forbidden ground.
So then more cautiously I tarn
To oo r reception room:
But lo! ugain upon my oar,
From It romantic kIooiu,
Comes softly, yet with emphasis,
That warning, when I start
And leave, as I.aily Maolx-th wished
Her guests would all depart.
If y next resort In then the porch,
Where roues trail and bloom:
II a! Is it echo that bet ray
The Joys of yonder room f
Ah, no I a startled "chiingo of base"
Reveuls the presence there
Of Cupid's votaries, mid, nliu) t
There's still another pair.
'Hut euro," I think, "my library
Will be a safe retreat."
So there at once, with ciuL-kenod step,
I take my weary feet.
Vain hope that warning sound again
Ihonks on my liNtniii; ear;
Thank Heaven, my yodugtMt hat njt
. Attained her thirteenth year !
Ilurkt there she lei and, bleu my
That popinjay, young Lunn,
Is at hoc side 1 do believe
That she, too, has bos'un.
Oh, ye who love to sit and dream
Of future married Joys,
I'ray Heaven with honest fervor that
Your girls may all be boys.
Gather Ripo Fruits, 0 Death
Take thy shadow from my threshold,
O thou dweller In the night;
Btuiiiling right acrosH my doorway,
Shutting out tit- moriiliig light.
Tliouhaot been here in the autumn,
mm uast (aaeii an my n save.,
It is not time to gather
The bloriHouid and tho leave.
Oh, press not in so closely
To the baby at my breast.
WouldMttliou take the t!ider irirrtling
t rom the shelter of Its nest T
Oil child, he is uo playmuto
ior such a one as thee;
11 smiles.and stretches towards him
What can the baby see f
Ah ! close behind the shadow
lie sees t lie angel watt,
Ami wide the leaves unfolding
Of that broad heavotily gate.
Ami he seeth one who beokoneth,
I'oor heart, oouldst thou but see.
Tin io golden gates unfolding
And thy lost ones waiting thee.
Yet colder falls tho twilight,
Aim the ohlldreu crouch behind.
the garments post them rustling
sweep like the winter wind.
tot the baby smiles and watchoth,
Ami when the night grows dim
Tlwrn will ha or. ......... ....... ll..
na a breakiug heart for him.
The Hone. .
' We are the slaves of men
The menial slaves of men I
liuh us over the dusty roads
'y bend us down with murderous
! ' y Ring vile Insults on our track,
i know that we cannot answer
int!s of winter, or summer sun,
trad of our toil Is uever done;
i ..... . . .
i ,i i . -, . .
uuiij vu.u uuwvu nuu
1 Wd of hearing, and blind of eye,
Qrve us out lu the world to die.
ies, we are the slaves of men
The slaves of eel flsh men I
y draft us Into their bloodv suites.
' "fUr US. hlnefliiiff. intn thjr
n pol oouui with their tense-
P Then to death we are bowed and
tfcke th u-li ... il
u mas ior mem was
r 'V I.xb ... i. j 1.1 i
f i;'14 tblr tpur In another iteedl
i ' w re the slave of men
Aue slaves ol brultleti men I
6rJ biffhj Btandino mllii 4
lh ""-f4 In park A black silk
04 "vow the eollar and leavea
,Uo.t Imperorptible edge
Maii proroa., 9 fast lot
VOL. 19. MIDDLEDUIIG, SNYDER COUNTY,
t T , 1 M
"Yoa can have ber for the
"I shall not aik."
You will not 1"
John UoworJ, oncle, short, corp.
lent Irascible, ooufroote.l John
Howard, nephovr, tall, cleau-limbo 1,
Why" demanded the former an
"Sho in n wnraan for whom I have
no respect. She is a cold, lurJ
scheming womuu of the world."
aUe is no worse thiiu any other
ociety womnn !"
".IjcI pity the elm w is youii,
Iloard'e eole reply.
Wu.i are you tint yiu bli ml I
judge thie girl 1" duin tndud hit uu
ele, pciu' tao fl jo I wita ehort, rap
id st i ides.
"Voii, with your diiiipite l h ibits
and tho reputation of bi'iu thn fast
est youn i Him in your set. Wliit
if she bca llu t'.' What if hIio be culled
'fast V It woul.l yr.ii tin worst
or liar mx vi keep tho puna you Inve
neon going the pant tove year !
Who are you, I say, that you should
judge her 1"
"Merely tliotn in who n you would
have her marry," sitid Ihm tiliuw,
tAistiug hii hoavy imHticho eiieJi
ingly. ".Similarity of t ctto in the
purs uits you h;ivee aptly mention
ud ouht ouii.tiuly t ru i lor uj
miitualiy f )i'b.i ii iu, but w nild
h trdly o in luoo to the mortal im
provement of eilli ir. At all eveilti
I respectfully decliue tJ put the
mutter to tho tebl."
'You are uu'r itoful, hit V' ex
claimed the old man. pausing in his
Irani p and confronting bin uuphew.
"Have I uo claims upon your gr.iti
tude, after all the care aud money
expended on you thuno ye in ?"
A slow ll im'.i ro4u to tho young
uiau'e cheek, aud the eleopy. dtrk
eyes guiuod u eluinburing lire ai he
drew himeelf to Ihu full height of
hie nix feet "admit my obligation
to you sir ; but believe mo, hud I
been awaro tbut you wcro uimply en
hancing my value as a salable article
I would have declined your gener
osity. In any way oouiietunt with
my manhood am ready to attest
my gratitude for your kiudn-jiH.
Hut what you ask ie absolutely iin
posMible. "Then yon ore no nephow of
mine.'' Tho old mau was purple
with rage. 'I disown you fcir 1 au
uiigrate'ul dog ! I shall alter my
will at ouco, eir!''
Aud muttering milediction on tho
youth who stood so calm under the
tirade, tbo old geutluiuaa moved to
bis secretary and almost instantly
returned with a parchment roll iu
bis trembling bauds." "1 disown
yoa, eir, my homo is no longer
yours. Theroaie your hopas aud
expectations." And tbo old mau
pointed to the purohmout, crackling
aud writbiug in tbeopeu grate,
'"You bave relieved me of a great
obligation, sir. The rest of uir debt
1 hope to discbarge soon," said Jack
carefully examining the end of bis
"Your wish regarding our separ
ate establiubmente shall be attended
to at OLce. Have you any other
suggestions to make !''
"Out of my eight, eir, at onoo I"
shouted the old man.
''Explicit, though uukiud, laugh
ed Jack aa be sauntered from the
"Kendal, can yoa toll me tbo sum
total of the bill my uncle has paid
for mo during the last tea years t '
inquired Jack, a few hours later as
be stood by tho old book-keeper's
desk in bis uncle's office,
"Wby. yes, iu a little while," an
swered the old man.
"Bo so kind, then " And Jack
became immediately immersed in
tbo stock columns of tbo morning
For half ao bonr tbore was silonoe
between tbo pair. Then tbo old
cleric banded tbo youo man a slip
''You are sure it covers all
"Too. Mr. Zouard always bad
your seoouut kept separate, for some
reasoo i and I bad only to rim over
Howard ssaotered ioto bis brok
er's oQLte, tbo slip of paper iu bis
-Air. MvBbrjr soil oat my Cnroso
"it at utict. and plaoo U pocoode,
less brokerage, to
my credit at
"But Mr. Howai J, elooki are
uiunuiue at ine Dead of
iue nsr, nnj Roitiff steadily up. 1
would adviso holding on."
"I want the money lo-dny, and
prefer to -ell," said Jaolt, briefly, and
Goinjf through a rapid mental
calculation, ho muttered under hie
mustache : "About a thousand.
Uottcr than I hoped for." And then
a voice sounded at bis elbow I
"alio, Jack ! What are yon mut
tering about iu that melancholy
"My fortune, Charley," laughed
"Well, if I h.il a fortune in
prospect as you hue, t wouldn't
look so hoIiiiiiii db mt it, old man."
"An I how much d you thiult it
d we or will D'li'itint to f"
"Humor, wilh it re Imudrod longuoi
h. not one t )o"j. tint put
it lo Hutu tifty tlio H iu I a year.''
Hump I Truthful rumor," s i
Charley Grant looked at his fiiend
inUiiingly. "Jack, eouiothiug is
jtho mutter. You have had a row
! uiili il... ii.. ......i i
"As usual." calmly nmcrted Ho-
IV ir, ' (... t& .,1. ...n ... I ........ .
.- "iiui 4'uiiiiunico
at six, Charley. I want your whole
"All right, old fullo v," and they
-It tho door of tho hanking office
of Hid vii Druthers, .link paused a i could feel that tho some good for
iiioui'.iut, looking coiitoinplativuly at ' Vutio wus in Btoro for you, dour oi l
a slip of paper bearing; number of fellow "
live lig lies. "Yw.i have ketd the
pace faniuudly my boy," wai all tbo
relloctiou called forth.
Howard entered the bank ai the
chimes of old Trinity struck two,
makiug hi i way to tho rear ollioe
with au uir of asmiHtomed tuivilege.
Half au hour liter hi r eappvsiud,
nccotnpauied lo the door of the of
lice by ouo i f the til in,
"Very well, Mr. Howard, the sum
ah: til be placed to tho old gentlemau'e
credit. A very pleusaut surprito to
On bis way out Jack piumd and
.Irowacheok fur Sfl,0JJ,4S. t was
promptly pui I aud leisurely pocket.
"Quite a fortune," wa Jack's
meutal ouin iient.
The 8 1 ) moruiug train on fie
Denver aud .Smith Park Iliilroa l,
detained by a heavy fall of suow iu
Platte Canon, rolled up slowly to
the old board structure that ser ved
as a passenger d jpot at Weston,
Colorado, time 11.30 it. m , Douem-
bor'21, 1S7'J. The multiplicity of
suloou s, in the one loug row of teuts
and elab shanties stretch' ! along
the side of the track, proclaim.) 1 the
place of no little -imporUnud. Piles
of freight, hoavy wugous, long initio
traius and s.vaggeriug bull whackers
marked the then termiuus of the
The woary pasiengors t urned to
tlio stage otllue to book their seats.
"So ooaohes till to-morrow, gentle
men. Last train delayed also.
Coaches left at daylight, crammed
inside and out. Heavy fall of saotv
in Sjuth Park. Xe roads to break.
Oood aooomm idations at the Inter
national, fourth ehanty to right of
ollioe. Nine and a half to Uueua
Vista, sir. Next gentlemen." Aud
the ageut, callous alike to our
aud prayers, calmly ropeatod bis for
umlit to another group of unfortu
nates. "Jack, what do you thiok of tho
International f" queried Charley
Grant, as the friends passed the long
low slab editlco so-Culled,
'It is a disgrace to tue btrdjrs of
civilization. Let ns see if tbero ate
any private conveyances to be
Recourse to tbo Imperturbable
agent developed tho fact that but
ono availJble vehicle remained iu
tbo station. It was engaged at
Dill, put tbo sorrel and gray In
tbo buekboord, and tell Kb to stop
for two fares to Leadville. Send
baggage to-morrow, gentlemen.
Very busy season and roads bad
from tbo snow."
Tbo two adlreued hiviu
uotbiog to offer in refutation of the
last foroible assertion, tacitly Sseent
ed its truth. A few minutes later,
"Duokbosrd, geotlemeo," front tbo
taciturn Bill. "Oirarao a couple of
buffaloes, Hook. Wrsy 'sal op loss.
gentlemen. - If you den't
'era on the divide I'll eat 'em,'
a.;r n. .. ... 1 1
I snperiorly, threw
off the break, the sorrel and gray
mude a weak attempt at friakiness
lost years before, and the bucboard
rolled heavily along id tbo deep
rr.le of tho froxen ground.
An hour bad paMcd. The nneven
rod bad given place to a snowy
tiinl, over which the wheels crunched
The wind came rushing over the
plain with a hoirno, vindictive
HctMtn, end the sir waa white with
now wbii'ti cut the f ,uo savn;:oly.
Tho boifei wcro laboring heavily
tbroiiKh the low drift uliich had
ti gun to till the trail. I ho wet
range hail disnpjieaieil from iuw.
The diivei'e faoo was dark and
"Hy (loorgo! ono dorvcs a for.
tune for overcoming tho difficulties
ho meets with in reaching Leadville,
setting BHidu those tint await him
theie," growled (limit.
"Hut when the 'A loral is reh.
ed and the fortune won, and that
little home aud sweet Kato NhuMon
gained, bow slight tho hnrdeliipej
win seem men, saul .ack clieerily.
Ilie companion brightened vieibly.
"I hat in pretty well aumirod ul.
I . .
' reiuiy, ijuck. 1 go
J when rclurn, nn.l
into tho firm
Knlo told mo 1
when wo pui led that she didn't think
hho could let mo go again. So,
l.ea lv:llu or uo I.ea lvillo, bappinexs
awuits my return. I wish that I
"The 11 .od-tide will Pnmrt in fond
time, Charley," said Howard quietly;
and again there fell a long silence.
The wind was rushing over the
plains iu ficrro gusts, uud the Know
wus diiving bliudiiigly. The driver
peered with Htiained eyes to catch
hero and there ahead the fast dis
appearing track. It had grown
piercingly cold- The horses almost
bliuded, turned their hea Is this way
then Hint to escape tho pitilest blast.
Charley wrapped iu happy dreams
hud become almost oMivioiiu to the
blinding storm which had burnt up
on thu.u Nut so Huvarl. His
face grew moro grave. At lut be
leaned forward mid laid bis bund up
on th i driver's shoulder. Tho man
turned aud bis oye caught Jack's.
n tlwir trnnlilnil HTiitituHinn llnunril
... ,. ' i
"How far is it to the station t"
'Five miles if a foot."
"Can you keep the trail "
"I can't I See this curHcd wagon
diXs eternally through the drifts.
If wo cut loom from it and make a
break with the horses"
The driver paused and lookod io
his listener's eyes, as if seeking reso
lution to go on. Howard's dark
eyes were thoughtful and almost sad.
"You think the only ohuuee for
safety is iu the horses."
"Yes. Wo enn run them for all
tbats iu them, and perhaps make the
station. Hut it will bo u close call at
tbo best, end'' bending his bead
nearer Jack, and glancing uorvoiihly
toward Charley ''only two can go.
.io long as there is a . shadow ol a
trail 1 can follow it, bat it's going
fast in this gale, for God's sake,
decido quickly 1"
The dark eyes bad lost their look
of trouble. The bundsomo face was
pale, but calm as was its wont.
''Cat the homes loose 1" came the
answer, short aud sharp. "Charlie
we must leave the wagon, Tumble
out, old man I"
Jack was already on tbo ground,
removiog with rapid, skillful bands,
the heavy harness from tbo cowering
borses. Charley came baek from
dreamland, from the bright little
borne of his iufancj, and climbed be
wilderiugly to tbe ground.
What aro no leaving tho wagon
for t Are you going to camp here f
What's, all tbo row "
"The row is, my boy, the wugou
strikes in ths drift, uud we sre go
ing to p'isb on for tho station ou
"All ready, sir 1" said tbe driver
meaningly, loekiog aoxloutdr at
"All rrsdy, ere, Charley, op
yoa go I Now ride bsrJ, uud stick
eloe la youf guide." '
Tbo drlvsr pouted lo sg'cniUh-
"Hut wbat ereyoU doing to do,
Jack 1" And Cbsrley looked I rota
bit eompsolen to tbo driver perplex
edly. Sonstbing in tbtir faos
t hi -
PA, AUGUST 23,
letrnck him as with
a blew. lie
gtow ocJly pu'e.
"My God I Jack, what
Can't we n'l go t"
Is tills T
"No, olJ felli'W, wo cannot," sii I
'diet why slionll you bu left t
This man what right has Lr uinrc
tliau either (if us"
"Ha is tho only hope of one
of us. lis slous ran find tho 'ta
"Urrst OnJ I This is borrMe. I
will nut have ji u. I ciiunut, Jack 1 '
'Chiirlny ynu iiui-t, nnl nt oiii-u
Kvery m nute is pr. ci "u. Think o!
Knt , You uni t gD, dmr old lull iw,
!oiil -by !''
Jack's wnrni, firm litml Ik M Char
I 's in s clinging trrsiii f,r an in-
i hi suf, nml then Id il lull.
"J!y l.eovotis ! I will ont go '."
1 lie Jiivor sat ni tv,Mi uu i npa-
I Lent . Jck moveil to bis toMo audi
wlii-perc I. "lie ti)Ut K hi you!
umleiHluiid 1" and nod led Inwards
the draw wokl'Mi-whiy that Isv be.'
rhlu the heap id humcs.
'Yes ; lo oiick."
Tlie litiver grasped Grant's roiu
lliut hung lnu-i'ly on tlio linrxc's
ruck. The long lash cut tho rrisp
hair savagely. Until hoii.ei sprung
liirwrl with a "inhi impulse,
Juck Ilowurl 8'0'nl alone in the
wliirlioif snuw. His hkclot.n aus
i fou ii ii there iu the Ki)riu-.
.ft lp. in. December 21, 187i, the
telegraph openralor at Leadville, re
ceived the lulluwiiig disputch ;
Niw Ycuik, December 21, 187!).
Tq John Ifaieard, , 7('iV.', (Jul,;
Your uncle died jinierJay from a
etiuko of uarakdii. You are his sole
biir. Dahton Itsiu
The Village Terrors.
to. -. ....
a Jjciruiicr wiu na'i unsinens In a
villngo in Wshtrnuw county, drove
out there io u buggy, nod el' course
wei.i io i tie inn lor ins ilinucr. Hie
IsuJIerd inulu no iuipiiiius until alter
the i in n I w us eut' ii uud paid lor sod
l.eatlit)u found o''oi tneity to iti
"Wire )fu gmeg out to 'Sijuire
lirown'a place T"
"I 1 i' I u't know but what you're s
I liVhliiiiiK red mun snd I wus giii)t
111 411V lllu! Iliu V.....r.k l.t.a ll.n..l....
.1 Ii, klll,fl III. IiiivI l,t,n n.. n!..l.
v don t uo much uu them fell
uruund here, .au I I'm ;lad you're
Homebody else. Mil) lo you ate go
ing ever to Ju lge ai de's to mi 11
1 1 u it ti-oes lor lull setting !"'
"Well, thst's lucky. Only yoster
Jsy the Juilge wts remarking te nm
that tho uext fruit-tree sgeut who
entorcj his gn'e waulJ want a eollln.
Fact in, I invtelf bave gt to do Home
kicking to pay for being swindled nil
grape-vines. You're not a patent
man, eh f"
"Well, thst's n narrow ecdapd for
you. We've teen swindled here oo
buy foik", cultivators, gate-, pumps
vhurri', nml a dt.ou olber tbiugs.
aud I'm keeping sixteen dorm bud
egjts lor uee whon the next patent
rigbtor hbuws his lace in this towu.
I'erluips you are lecturer.
"VII, you bsvcu't lost anytblig.
We uever turn out very strong here
io a lecture. The last mau who
Htnii'k us leiitui'ed on "Our Curren
cy," but didu't take ineouugh to pay
me fur bis sapper. You are nut u
book canvasser '
"That's soother escape. We've
beeo laid out bore so nfteu thai if ao
ujjput tbould offer a -0 Hible lor
lifiy cents wo would suspect sumo
trick te beat us. Strikes me now
that you may bo a luwyei 1"
Quod 'cuff. Lost one vbri settled
here had to leave at midnight ; and
we dou't want toy more, Hiy, what
are you, auy wsy 1"
'A politioiao," replied tbe Detroit
ef. "A politioiao I then git I For
besveo's S'ko dno't stand around
here if yen value your life I "We've
just impeached a pedud-masitr for
cmbetling th pohlio mooey ) snd
ths excitemout is so Intense- that the
Djouiicrais 111 l ido yoa oo fail, or
lbs Itcpubliouus duel ynu in tbe
water troogb, Oit right op ibd
; i !
Urowo Is tbe favorite Color for stf
What the Women Say nt WeddinQs.
The following remarks havo niont
ly been said time after time at all
onr "tony" wciMings, nil I will be
said again and ngain on every such
Hero she rnmes t
1'retty, isn't she f
Who n-nde her dress f
Is is surah silk or satin t
Is her veil real lace f
.She's as wbito ss n wall 1
Wonder how much he's worth T
,.! U I... m. .i: i...
' -r.' '" """ niinuoieis
e's Hi'iled to death I
Isn't she the Cool pieen ?
That train's a horrid shape
Isn't her mother a dowdy f
Ain't llui biideemnids homely ,
Thai's n handsome iislierer.
HiiMii't s'nn cute httle lands ?
Wonder wbat number ber jjloVtN
Tlinyf.y hor r'ioos are lives.
If her bair isn't i-i-.t toil i it the mid
Wonder what on cnrlh who marri
ed I liu for t
For his money, of eourso !
Isn't ho ban Isomu ?
He's ns homely an a hedgn-liM J
Ho looks likn a circus clown I
No, tie's hko ft dancing master 1
Good enough for her, anyway,
She was always a sluck-np thing,
Sl.i.'ll be Morse than ever, now !
Shrjiltid ham KiUiiLidj-, didn't
No, he nrvcr nktd licr.
He's left town, anyway,
There, the ceremony bus begun.
Isn't ho awkward 1
Wbito aa bis eollar !
Why don't they hurry tip 7
Did eho say she would "obey !"
What u precious fool 1
There, they ore married !
Doesn't she look happy
Pity if hIio wouldn't I
(Wish I was in hor place !)
What a handsomo collide I
She wrs always a
7ow proeofnl sho walks !
Dear mo what nirs she puts on I
Wonldu't bu iu ber (dace for a
J 11 bet those towels nro hired.
,, ' ,
l. II uhi M ill Imp f.il luir'u liiinilu
-' " " "
Doesn't sho cling tightly to him
.She has a mortgage on him now,
Hope they'll bo happy.
They pay she's awful smart.
Too smart for him by a jugful
There ! tbey aro getting in tbe
That magnificent dress will
The way she dons look at kiui t
I bet hIio worships him 1
Worship be banged I she's only
... .. .
ui.niiif. uriniig , ,
, . , , . . . , . !
i in iiuii u iiiuq iif ku ujniiiuu,
isu't it f
No, its a dreadful boro,
Wasn't it a stupid wedding f
W hat dowdy' dresses I
I'll never go to another I
I'm just sulTicated !
Tired to death.
Glad it's over i
Oh, dear I
A bachelor too poor to get mar
ried yet too susceptible to let tbo
girls alone, was riding with a lady
'all of a summer's day'" snd and.
dentally men's arms, awkward
things 1 are ever iu liio waydrop
pod nu arm rouud ber waist. No
objection was mode for awhile, and
tho arm graduully relieved the side
o tbe carriage of tbo pressure upon
it Hutof a sudden, whether from
a late recognition of tbe impropriety
of tbo tbing', or tbe sight tf another
bean coming, uever was kuo.fn, the
lady started with a volcanic energy,
and with a Hashing eye, exclaimed
"Mr. 11, can support myself I"
"Capital 1" was the instant reply,
"You ore just the (,'irl I have been
ioukiug for those five years; Will
you marry me f '
8ho laid ber cheek on tbe easy
chair back against bis bead and
mormored i "How I do love to rest
thus against yonr bead, Augustus I''
"Do yon T" said bo. "It is because
you love me." "No i because it is lo
nice arid soft," Then be lay and
thought and. tbo tight.
The fashionable aitiuciaj flowers
io bo wort, with dress oostames aro
peonies la all their varying tool, and
baaoosi of white lilaoi witij white.
shle vrthln sit i.
pnlil within thy
paid unless at the.
ption of tlie pull
Subscriptions nittiida of the count?
PAVAUI.fi IN ADVANCI.
9"tWnns lining and using papers
addressed .o others become subscribers
and srn liable ftirtho prirs f the paper
We aro t-d I that a California edN
tor and printer, whoie arms and
legs are totally paralysed, sets typ
with his Ur-lh putting his elitorl
als and other nt licles in typo w ith-
out writting them, Of eourso h
o!ips paragraphs with bis teeth alar,
There Is a ptiuter in St Louis wbo
is eans legs, ssus nrms and teeth
ho is a match for the California
Hp Tho St. Louisati sots typo
with bin enrs 1 1 p puts an editorial in
tt'llA U-ifll ltA t Am M.I..1.. .
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I.,.., .. ,,, ..1
po-in with the oilier.
T'ie only pi mum in this roirdry wle
ovns a inoMi leinm k'lhle pair of ers
is the tiDiti who belif-v,.s the slorv
about Hid t'siiforiiia punter, snd
t'i y !io only reuini kahlii f(,r i-te.
.Vil(Tl',t'(lW , f,.'..
God, How I
Did Suffer 1"
"I (Earnestly Prayed to Die !"
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. JL n ni .iln im .him .ll.4in. , vsliia br "ins
M. II ' I'-iirl. I, mi l olhart l.i-i ro- uin.
ii.o. Inn ni, ... j 4.-a'. n.l. In ims )! sll I rnul.l
il'i. ollluli lmli .. il,o ,n.,t .killlnl iluciiiri,
ll flnwly i,ni aur. If it. ii.IkiI, until four awii
thi. Klntrr ll p.irr,. my amir iiri.n In lirirt
nl 1r - . l-or lh Ul llirni jir I hr
wn uBsMa tn itti in Ulur, n,l uHarlns In.
tin.olv ill Hi ihu t.irrj innri.ms lhr
niny itu.tpanlul of 4lll lks
Iroi.i Hi .1,4 l nn in l .t, .,,111 nl II, .in l,lr
lruo ii,a tnrrii eiinlilnlns thla Irtur.
In Hi litis. i.rliit lntr my 4km roinmne
a i-rirkins opn I lrlil vryilnns, ilinn.f,
tint r-mia I, ihmiKht ul, nlMinut mr r-lrt
ill l.'ih n( .Inn- I ntirt.l Wot, In bm.11 t
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ell. I ili4 nn oo,l. All ihiiDKht I hail l ul hort
lima in 111. , 1 irnnly priy.l nulla, Orn-k-.l
lliri.iiKU tin -kin ill .r my lurk, irm.l
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t..r nlla ritui nil. snr n.llt ilil id I hiM
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pari in i i i.i or ri,-,ir In th bou-. Nhs
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liln'l v,. up n .v0 w irf cuilcari.-
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f.ll.ialy t..t ii i.nlvnt, t ull.Miri nil
ii. I t-"inu:eno, ny taklnii uni t.t.lpnns
. iti- h i. ii.i i, i nu
lul nl Ka.nlv .it lh... 1 1 hi.. 1 .1, r. iltar insl;
but lutli tine iliy, iralar iimnl bluu.l Li4ii
U.f.l I'UllmrA Ptnfl lrM!. .lill.,l I'n.li.n.A
ini.rnini mil iirvnlns. Ila.uli. iaturn.l In uir
! I'"'" In iui Hi l.from iliu I lit,ml uif
I'ilU 14 aiuuulli I. Ilila .hl ul liatM.
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H.jro tu balur uia t li I null 1uy of .linuirf,
lnw. A. M 1.KKKINOWKI.U
Juitu-i or rui i..o;
NU HUMAN AGENCY
I'm n .ia.',llr rranntl nn.l jrannmln.ll
di- in-a lh lllu.i.l. oli'ar Ihu '..in.lit Inn m l
r. k In, re. i n o Uia llulr, in. I our., a.ary farii
loi IiIiiiik -o il)- nml s.Ti.lulou. Iluinnra uf lh
j Skin. Ni'hIii 4iil H I i IL! ru li'nrti Koui
I iliaa, n.,n.lllns ut t)r ri tha Ii hkhi.vint, iha
naw HI mil lurittar, n. i.r rn-riiA n. l'i n
l itui Sum-, ti, iir, nt sulnrurK A.k ynur
iirua'. Kin.iii I a Ul, Ititfiir 11 nro in lull luwil
;.u limy ili'l HI.Iolo ul ll.nr iiuudarlul hail
- i.r niiiniura, i in inn oraify skin il.o rr.
th l ha Null', in i.uiH I. l i t, l.mli i u1 nur,
ary (.niiita, Iriur.iut ollti drlleu.ua rluoar
i.liir ami hvalluir liiUnuii.
Ulli'ur.t HUi.lla r Mr lala l. ill Srnu.
H 1.14 I'rk'l ul i l M". HI. M'.lli inil .l.llr.
ii"i nvr, m n hi.-j rurihr i ir
l.n'.U. .i.Ti .i Alriiii'iiii. Ti.ii.kt Kuir,
.uo. I'l Triui n, Plinir.
I'.c.i In lri tor bulbars lU.I
uo. rriai'ipii iiaii.it
WKIKI 1'OTTKIt. II ,n, llaaa.
4.AII mailaO frt nn rorclpl o( irlr.
On I'nr.riNi' voi.Taie
r.LKItKlli PI..ITKH, a.'Ml.
fMTAir PTr;rr.Tiln" ' mia, ! lr aun.
Snsm ""riur to ry mttar iai.
Pi i c-rrft tr eat iiiiun a baiura
w lal lb pubiit. 'I hay lntnl.
ly raliava ny,uaMlt, l.lva. D.nnpln nt. M.ilt
rln, I avor an! Anna an.) Kldn-r ami frl.,arf
t!fnpultt4, ind may lia ivuru over lb pit ul
lb aluiniPli, or.-r til kl luaya, ur iny iNaoii.l
i.irl. Prl. : i',ni. K..I.I tarybi
WtKKS k forTtU, HOSTO.V, MAMS.
Onlile fnrlmlh SEXS8, fW III marrtrd vxi
Uinta ciunluiUtiiii: uiHir.uL'n u br.lll.i.l. f...l.
I intuit: li'iok. ar.iui .rl.ir fi.r ii niClluuun llralln.
IH.-KM-, ami Ilia I'liv.l. il l.lfu.ir Mmi mil Wuroin;
pura In Iniifii-.-a, ami emlomul by rhjiiilam
01. IN, ilia nlil.'
iicu. oo cents. V Dr. A. (1.
biiui Inu.t lb th trr?lnt.
hnwlll my fureyury rlo of prlrilu .
I loruvnry rl.o ur prirniu i.i
llhor .ox Iim uiMi.rl.L . mi.. I
curi.nii: ni.(T4ii ill r
t.iia In tura S.'iul Ian aiainim furCuidOta
Health. Rollablai Female pills. $3
jl Box. inua bumf fur lutlina duriuic cun
flimiiu-ij. Rubber Ooatfa inS t Iri'ulir of
A lllllul bumf fur lutll4
lspor'.iut Ibjui uiiliuu.
u, iiy t iiroia. BO cents.'
Dr. A. C. OLIN,
Krnturky lllnrk, trr) fl. Clark Ht , Cbloixo, 111.
in ft nr-'hll aitrrS WHS.
.iu! iala by tbaajtW'haM. S 4
11 .lurlk Tliu kl., ( Ileal u.
Outfit sent free to. those wh
a Irk to aniis In f hi mnat plaiiant iBf
unubla liuamaai knuwn. KTarylhlns
pital sut raqulra.l. Ws will faraiaS
yoa iviryinuig. fiv a oy ana upwarui i
i.ily inula without Haying iwiy fr'im konia
uvir nliht. Nu riik ibitivir. Sliaf aiw
workara wislii it nnna. aianf ir roiklns
fortaMi it Iti baalnui. 1SIM r-k li
inuak ll luao, suit yauas Iniyi ial girl, maka
r. at uiy. No asa wk tl wllllas to rk fill
to aiiki ninr numy iviry Sit tksa mi he
nn.li is a wnk it my oriflaarf aftoymnit.
TUo.a wko i.ss it on will AsJ ) akurt
roi I tu r.irtii r i, A'Urm it. HiLl.it r kU
KlMl. II, IIWJ.tr. '
finis ol itii sou
m.i .1. ..WW, autri4iiy w -wib. w.i,a,,
Wbll thai wbo du B"t .uff uk skaaraS
rinialu In povartr. Ws want taany aia, won.
In, k.iynn.1 alilaiownrS r.ir ml f 11.1 in Ihair
owb loailltlii. 11m bails.! will i if axira
tbia laa llmei orsti.iry Wi raril.h
ID niMDilviuiini ifll ill ikii yB 4, Ira.
Mo on wkoniias4 laUllo aiaki u eay aif
laplSIVi Tub raa Oi.uli y,.ur U.i llw IJ
Ifti wurk, r auly
eiluiaiatioa aaJ al
y.iar ivir ull.. rail
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r j.r il'n.r, Tarn wk alwiyi take iS-
il siianoM fvt jwi