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1 M FBI - NYS Historic Newspapers
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XrVBEY MSH,
THE GREAT CAt!Sl|
6r
soothe hi« dying moments if hii. was beyond given your bonny head, and your lather may
BY, scissors;
think ifraoe^line^ryott'fliaJB' your lp'wbe\pd<
" •!•
•'ilumun
Jtiiserif.
But other work was in store" for her, A bom Hilda's arm. nt); my own. Cyril, could, "THS-CJUIET fellow in the corner who lets A l i c c t u r c o i t t l i o N a t u r e , T r o n t n i o n l ,
letter from home brought uows of an epideni' yonbutkoow'hbwimy heart ached whetrf his rival do all the talking generally marries a n d Badlcal c u r b o f S e m i n a l WeakBceS, o r Spormatbfr
THE PEBBLES IN THE SEA.
rhtea, induced: by S e l f c a b n e o , Invbluntary.Emieslbnf,
ic of tbe worst type of typhoid feyer in hen shut tho door in yonc fcce, and sent yoivto the girl.
foipofency,.Ne'rvous v TfabHlty, a n d l i n p e d l m o n t s iu
W h o s h a l l k n o w a man f r o m n u u w e n
M a r r l a s b ceuorally j Connnmptlbn, Kplloiisy, ami
own village. The inhabitants are so alarm- 'do your duty ^.but yon neverj never will be
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goesrouDdfnndiound't
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a n d P h y s i c a l Incapacity, & c , - l i y . f t O B W h o tfa'ftU k n o w hlra b y h i t d i e t * r
ed thot they were leaving (he place, and. the wiser J You have gone forever, and think* dou'd get sbtuck mit mosses sometime," is BiUt sT; J .Mootal
' C D I i V E R W S t l , , I t . U . , a u t h o r q t Che"feri< H
P a u p e r s m a y b e fit for prince*,
B o o k , " &c.
ing, too, that Hilda was oruel and .heartless.
nurses
could
not
be
obtained,
so
great
was.
the German emigrant's veraion of '!the rolU T b o w o r l d - r o n o w u e d a u t h o r , to t h i s admirable-LeeP r i n c e s fit for s o m e t h i n g l e w .
the fear of the eontagion. The conoludipg O, cruel; Hilda 1 and more cruel father!"
Crumbled shirts and dirty jacket*
.tore-, clearly proves.froro.bis ovm exporlonce t h a t t h e
ingstbne," etc
awfbl cooBcqaences o f Self-Abnso m a y b e riKctualiy
-It'mado the old man's frame qniyerliko on
P P O I N T M E N T . O F C O U R T S S E V E N T H JOTMOXAI
H a y b e c l o t h e t h e golden pre.
item wnsjhis:
w i t h o u t dai!S»-'iuu?
AN OLD Irishman watching a gatnp of base- romoved'Withont,rfledlchiovand.
DiaTniOT.-^The J u s t i c e s o f t h e S u p r e m e C o n r
O r t h o deOpeiit t h o n g b t i a n d f e e l i n £ « —
aspeuleaf
to
hear
the
bereaved
girl,
,He
felt
sarEical o p e r a t i o n s , boogies, lnstrumonls, m i ? > . or
"Squire
Atherton
is
down
with
it,
and
of
r e s i d i n i j i n t h e - F o u r t h - diiiilolal D e p a r t m e n t of t h e
ball,
was
sent
to
the
gross
by
a
fowl
which
c o r d i a l s ; p o i n t i n g o u t a m o d o of e u r o o t ouco c v u a i u
S U L P I i l ' K S 0 AP.
S a t i n v e s t s could d o n o m o r e ^
S t a t e o r N o w Y o r k , . h a v e a p p o i n t e d t i m e s a n d .places
himself almost a murderer, os the low, plaintall
the
indoor
servants
at
the
manor,
old
b y w h i c h ovOry BUtrcror, n o m a t t e r whai
struck him under the fifth rib. "A fowl, a n d ceuV'ctuol,
(if h o l d i n g C i r c u i t a n d , S p e c i a l T e r m s ' of t h e S u p r e m e
T l l l i LEADIN11 l i - . l t l u S U H B M K D y
o n d i t i o n m a y b e , may c u r e hlmsolf- cheaply, priT h e r e a r c . s p r i n g s of c r y s U l n e c U r
Uourt a n i l C o u r t s of Oyer a n d T e r m i n e r i n t h e eeveHannah, who took care of the mistress in ivo tones made their accusation against hiau wuz ut 1 Begorra, I thought it wuz a mule;?" vhis
a t e l y a n d radically.
i ? 6 l i L o O A I . UliKASISS O F T l t B - a K I N , ,
ral c o u n t i e s compriaed, w i t h i n tlio e'aid D e p a r t m e n t ,
flver welling p a t of s t o n e ;
Ho took her hand at last, and said:
her siokheavis the only one left. She defflisXactureinUlpr
>n ahoon
totkonsiu.'!*
and d e s i g n a t e d t h e J u s t i c e s t o h o l d t h e s a m e for t w o
B L i J N r i s i i K s m.' ' r i j E - C ' o j t J f i E x i O X ,
THE TIMES ore so hard th,tt an Irishrnpn andt 5 ^ " thousands
T h e r e a r e purpleI b a d s a u c l g p j d o n ,
isTTjprjB"):—'*Mr-paottgijL;forgive me and help me to
y e a s c o m m e n c i n g o n t h e first, d a y o f J a n n a r y . 3876.
clares
if
she
leaves
the
master
in
SnitEs, Siwi.nsi U i n j i s , liuEUtfidden, c r u s h e d a n d o v e r g r o w n ;
says he. hos ported with all his elegant ward- S e c t onder s e a l ; I n a p l a m e n v e l o p e , t o any a d d r e w
Tliroppointmentsforthe Seventh J u d i c i a l District
bear
this
bitter
banishment,
ironiihis
mo-'
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p
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a
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t
a
m
p
s
.
need,
it'll
only
be
"feet
first.'"
are a s follows:
God, w h o c o u n t s b y s o u l s , n o t . d r e s s e s .
AOdreBHtno faDiIstrers;
mont, be Cyril, alive or dead, I will make robe, except the ormtitjl
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
• R E L U U I . E DlSIXKECTAJtO! •
L o v e s a n d prospers y o u . a n d m e .
'Without a moment's hesitation, Hilda,
Circuit Courts.and
Courts of Oyer-and
Terminer.
coat,
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ION.
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
W h i l e H e values thrones, t h e / h i g h e s t ,
/orlffniffnrtJSTT.
went to the matron, telling her she was amends to you for my unthinking cruelly,
'WHAT," EXCLAIMED tho Free Press, "is a 41 A n n St., NoWr York; P. 0. Box laso.
r i i i s -tacompiirabUi specifio r e m o v e s
But a s pebblea i n the s e a ;
B10HHOE OOUNTV. •* *"
needed at home, and procured her discharge. both to yon and to him. You shall be to me conntry without a Fourth of July ?" It is
Smith.
e n t i r e l y a n d s p e f d i l y , Ei'iiiittoii's 6 f
First Monday of J a n u a r y
CWl
M a n u p r a i s e d a b o v e his fellows,
, D Wight.,
Then, laden with her precious; newly gained imy daughter as though you were Cyril's wife. a place of peace where, g'ood Americans will
tlw S k i n u r S c a l p , Sores, - S c a l d s ,
First Monday or .March
Oft forgets his-fellows t h e n ;
Second Monday oi J u n e
, .......Rumeey.I > u r u s , &o.;
enrua IJiieiiiuntisnt a i d
mW
IDVEETISBMENTS.d
fcnowtege, she took thefirsthomeward bound Bnt as long as Cyril woa not reported dead, die when they go to ; a happy valley where
......-.Smith.
F i r s t M o n d a y of O c t o b e r
Masters—rulers—lords, retftember
Oout, ami countoracts a ^redispositheremayberPonrfprhope.
He
"may
come
train,
STOTBKN OODHTr.
thefirecrackeris turned into a stick of chew- A G E N T S W A N T E D ! Medals snd Diplomas a w a r d e d
That your meanest hinds are m e n I k u i t o tliosB d i s e a s e s .
First Monday of January (Bath)
Itumsey.
Men by l a b o r , m e n b y feellnfi,
Old Hannah was seated at her master's back to us yet"
ing gum, aud the locket into a peaceful bar- for no
It especially cojrMEUos ITSBSP T O Second Monday of A p r i l { C o w i n g ) .
Smith.
Men b y thought*, and m e n nyfstne,
Hilda caught eagerly at the ray of hope.
Ttiti L A D I B S on, a c c o u n t of i t s v u i t t bedside, looking worn and weary. As Hilda
ber's pole.
'
Second Monday of S e p t e m b e r (Bath)
Rumeey,
Claiming
e
q
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a
l
r
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to
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Addrcss-for
no'Wclrcnlars,
-Second Monday of N o v e m b e r (Corning).. ..Dwlght.
?'O, tellmetruly," she said, clasping her
came softly in, dressed in her clinging gray,
THEY HAVE A unique wayj of disposing ot A , J . H O I . M A I V Jfc C»..'.}31) Arch Strect,l'hUa.33n I
—Dwight
on the COMI'LEXIOS-.
I n a m a n ' s ennobling n a m e .
C1YDOA. COUBTT.
. . . -. . S m i t h-. %
(
hands
in
her
intense
eagerness,
until
the
nails
flannel
dress,
with
her
glossy
hair
hidden
by
^saperfluous
members
of
a
fumiliy
in
Iowa.
K v e i y a.ne pos,seoEiiiff.- a c a k o ' O f
F i r s t M o n d a y of J a n u a r y
.... Rumsey*
T h e r e age foam-embrOldered-dceans,
. ^.
a close fitting muslin cap, she looked to the almost cut into the tender skin, "could 'it be Sir. aud Mrs. Mouroe, of Atlantic, agreed
F i r s t M o n d a y of M a y . ;
;
O L I ^ X ' S SLiaiuD.u tjo.vp, costing 2 5
T h e r e a r e little reed-clad rill?,
FirHt M o n d a y o f O c t o b e r . . . . . <
Smith
o r SO c o r n s , M M . K N J U V A . T H O M E A M ,
possible that tbero was a mistake ? Do they to sep'iraie, but neither would consent that Wo wiU.pay A g o n t e a salary of S I 0 0 . p a r m o n t h ami
surprised
old
woman
like
ah
apparition,
T h e r e , a r e feeble Inch-hlgh iiplibfiS,
ONTAIUO COUNTY.
..Dwight'
o x p e r i s c N t o soil o n r N o w a n d W ol n d o r i ' u l I n
T H E DKSECTT D U U V A l t t K ST.Olt n S e r i e s
Hilda smiled as she held out her hand as she ever put the wrong name down ?"
r a C A S E o i O&Ay .d X
-A.^K!Ea;
..Rumsey*
tlie other should retain their baby. They v o l i t i o n sI:. oAddrcgPtSntinMAN
^MareliaUtAliru.
S e c o n d M o n d a y of F e b r u a r y
T h e r e a r e cedars on the b i l l s :
of costly Scum'ii-B.ynra., •
whispered:
S e c o n d Monday, of May
,
<I
have
known-of
instances
of
one
officer
Uod,
w
h
o
c
o
u
n
t
s
b
y
eouls
n
o
t
atations,
That
Snuford's
Radical
Cure
Kn
settled
the
question
by
selling
tbo
baby
to
a
. . . Dwight.
It ilisiufccts clothing and lilion imS e c o n d M o n d a y of D e c e m b e r .
^ L o v e s a n d prospers you a n d m o ;
^Catarrh w i l l not Instantly relievo rmtl
..Kumsoy.
being taken for another in thehaste and eon- neighbor tor fifty dollars
'•rWnt.you
know
me—Hilda,
pfDeepdale
WAYNE COtTNTV.
l»'0!»atcd by liisunso, nniLpri-vrnia
epeedlly ciire. Koferoncee, H e n r y Wuils,
Smith,
F o r t o H i m all vain d i s t i n c t i o n s
iarm V % am here to help yon. Iknow what^frtsipnofa'battle/oindthistelegram,.wassent,' IN ANCIENT Sparta, tho Government paid as.
F o u r t h M o n d a y of J a n u a r y
mil-* w e l l s , F a r g o A Co., Aurora, N . Y.,
pbnoxiotia disoi»!w* CIIUKCII Uy i-i,nAre a s pebbles In t h e s e a . .
W m i B o w c u t E s q . , M c l l a t t o n . G r n n t auci
F o u r t h M o n d a y of M a y . , . ;
...Dwight.
to do, so don't be afraid to trnst me. I'll while the confliot was still raging,''
tact with the pevson..
much otteution to tho-iearing of-meu as men
B o w c u , S t . JJouis. Te&timouBla ami
F i r s t M o n d a y of D e c e m b e r
...Rumsey,
T o i l i n g h a n d s alono are b u i l d e r s
treatiao b v mail. Pried, w i t h ininrovi-d
watob' the roaster faithfully if yon'll go and So they tried to-hope—even while every now pay to oattle breecliug. ' The InwregulatUniidculT is ciwlifutcil uml.tlio hair
Smith.
L I T I N Q S f o S COUNTY.
Inhgtlet. A l ^ - f i o l i l CYery^tKJ.-.WiSKlCiA
Of a n a t i o n ' s wealth &ud fame
T h i r d .Monday of. F e b r u a r y
,
take arestV'
one else..saa' tbinkiog sorrowfully that the editbo degree of fatness to which it was lawpi-ovciited truru tdlmirQUtorpHiiHHi S T O T T i l R , ProjirletorB, B o s t o n , M a s s . 3.1
Titledlazinesalspfnslonetir - F i r s t M o n d a y of M a y
w^DwIghtv
ttiroly turning gray by us use.
Something in the girl's quiet, resolute rrjan-^ kind, bright-faced young master Was lying lallor a citizen lo exte-3'd-bjs body, aud wbon
..'Rumsey.
F e d a n d fattened on the s a m e ;
Second.^Monday of N o v e m b e r
PnvsiciAXs iiix'u.vMENt) rra can.
nor impressed the faithful eld servant that with his toco to the stars, no longer ignorant a man got too fut for mihta ry service he was
By t h e s w e a t of o t h e r ' s foreheads^
YATES COUNTY.
.
.
S
m
i
t
h
FlralMiraaayflfJiine™
Living: only to rejoice.
PUK-E3, S3 AND .10 ClEXTS TBIt OAKK,
she was making ha idle boost, or sbo would of their voiceless mysteries in his solemn soundly whipped. Merciful heavens I if Dav-.
F o u r t h M o n d a y of N o v e m b e r v
1
While t h e poor man's outraged IretHoni.
KKII Box-,CI C'AKEa,)C0c and $1.30.
not have yielded up her post As it was, Sleep.. '
id Davis had been an anoienf Spartan ! We
"*—V»J£
SENECA COUNTY.
Nr ft. TliP l;iri;e n i k e j nt 50 conta ar'o ulrito Hie
V a i n l y lifted n p h i s voice.
"LFirst-Monday of March (.Waterloo)....
vroqry humira nature asserted its' claims, and Hilda remained at 4ho manor. It was a might have heard biin yell clear over hero! P a v s o u s % I > i i r g a t l v c P i l l s m a k e Now lt.uli
alia. Sola Ity a h Druffsists.
Blood, a n d will completely chafaKotho blood In j h c
F o u r t h M o n d a y of S e p t e m b e r (Ovid)
Dwight.
T—
Truth and jnstlce are eternal,
she went Rlodly. Sue soon catoe back with comfort to' the old man to make,
*' Hill's Hair mul TVIUsitoii Ifep" .,
hfi. —Boriittgteu Hawkcyc.
- - •
- - ~ tsntiro e y e t c m ta t h r e o nrontttH. A c y p c r a t m WTitr w i n
Special Ternwfur
the Trial of Equity
Causes,
B o r n e w i t h loveliness a n d light..
taKe 1 p i l l each n i e h t ftom 1 t o 13 w e e k s may I10 reBIncROrjBf6wii,:r>0e.
a "to*l ot warm sonp1^Tt""tastod gratefully thought, this expiation lor his fault
Monroe,.8ec6nd. M o n d a y of F e b r u a r y ,
Itampey.
THE OWNEII of a house in Hartford, a wid- stored t o eound-hoaltb, itsitti* a tnlngr l i e uosflhkS e c r e t w r p n g a shall n a v o c p r p a p e r
M o n r o e , S e c o n d Monday of D u c c m b e r . " . . . . . . D w i g h t .
(o tho yonng nurso, as.she had. not broton
0. .V. CmWiVTOK, Prop'r, 7'SulliAv.K.r.
In order that Hilda's position in his house- ower, lived in the upper story aud rentpd tho S o u t b y tQRll for 8 l e t t e r Btaiu'ps I . S . J O M E V S O T i ,
W h i l e t h & r o ' l s a s u n n y rffiht.
S t e u b e n , T h i r d M o n d a y of March, <1S7B,
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her fist since the reception of the Jotter.
hold might be folly understood, he announced lo-wer.piirt fo a clergyman. A servant girl
O o d w h o s e world-heard v o l e s i s r i n g i n g .
B a t h , : iBTfaCdrhlujr,)
Rurat>cy.
B o u n d l e s s love to you a n d m e ,
(\vyuga, F o u r t h M o n d a y of M j i r c h , . — - . . ; . , . , ' D v l e h u
After this Hilda was leit alono, with the her to be his son's betrothed wifo, and invited employed, in tho clergymnu's family was
O n t a r i o , T h i r d M o n d a y of M a r c h , . " . . * , .i. c..^..Smith.
- S i n k s o p p r e s s i o n , w i t h lta.tUJet,
sipk man. The night wore wearily away^ lady Hargrave, his widowed sisterrto*como young aud pretty. Her mistress observed
Wayne,JfonrthJUondayofJnno... .;..!.,.;..£taith.
A B tho p e b b l e s In tho sea.
,
the silence only broken by the restless, and lend the sanotion other presence to the :that she aud the widewer wore dovpting
LivIhgstonV:Third-Monday o f J u n e . .
..Smith,
Y a t e s , F o u r t h M o n d a y of J a n u a r y
Riimsey
moans of snfferer, when Hilda would straight young girl's residence in his home,
a great deal pf attention to each other, and
S e n e c a , F i r s t M o n d a y of A p r i l , (i»76, W a t e r run
l o o ; 1877, Ovid.)
D w i g h t . THE OLD SQUJBES
MISTAKE. ten his pillow and pass her cool bond with a Tho neit telegram brought cheering news; deeming tho mutter scandalous,' said to her:
L a s t MSpecial
o n d a y i Terms
n M a yfor Motions
. . . . —at . . . :Roditster.
.'.',. Dwight.
magnetic
touch
o?er-bis-forebead,
thus
givCyril
had
lost
an
arm,
but
was
doing
well,
L
a
s
t
M
o
n
d
a
y
m
J
u
n
e
,
,
.
JRnmsey.
"Pook up yonr things and quit." Tho girl
"Trae heart* are inore than coroheti.
Last M o n d a y i n J a n u a r y . , . , , . . . . , , .
A . . J ? m I t h . . *i
L aa ss tt M
m si et hy ..
and wa»ras soortaihe would-be ablo to bear obeyedj but on the following day sbo returnL
Moonnddaayy iinn JFuel by r u a r y
*
. , . . „... .R. Sa m
. i i auon. a l l u $ a . a U
And eimple faith than Norman blood."
v. ing iiim a momentary relief.
L
A jaj rgcj jhg, ]; ;.^, ^
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.Soi-cii«..w A* r n l l n m L ai fstt M
M oo nn dd aa yy Ii nn M
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Dw
wii gg hh tt ..
After old Hannah was thoroughly rested the journey, to be sent homo, gearing on his ed in a carriage, ouDonneing that oho bud
L
Ramsey.
Squire Atbertoif owned a find place, ami
i t i n t t u u ; HOtttMlM t b t ,
Laa as tt M
M oo nn dd aa yy iIn
n SAepprtielm b e r . . ; . . ,
..',„..iSmTthV
L.i?t M o n d a y i n O c t o b e r
,
.'Smith.
'
' t v l i u n l flul,i>-i o t
breaot
adeporation
earned
by
his
own
she
and
Hilda
divided
the
time"
in
the
sick
been
married
to
tho
landlord,,
uu
.
1
said
to
hnd. n plethoric rant roll, so thai money need
o i r c i i n l v c i i i i l t t o r y «.V
I n s t Monday in Novemhor
Dwight,
room, and by that means kept their strength Sravery.
her former mistress: "Pack tip your things
t',niN(!H t l i i ' l r * d N L a s t M o n d a y i r i DJiceinher
R a m s e y not bavo ueeii on object in the selection of a
Clliil'tf,.iV.|l|(01lt ellUI
In t h e S e v e n t h Dratrict, c o n t e e t c d m o t i o n s in ac-, wife for bia only son, Cyril.
from giving out.
After this there wdS A happy household at and quit."
m i l , of pal,!.
Katkua^titlluri
l i o n s t r i a b l e i n a n y C o n n t y , m a y b e ' n o t t c e d for t h e
It was a weary fight with death; but a Athotton Manor. Lady Hargrave was versed
tlioN.tmftytfK
Omutuiiw
H t'ontuilin
E q u i t y T e r r a i n s u c h .County;, b n t s u c h m o t i o n s Will
Not being of" a romalic temperament, lie
THE
LATE
Artemus
Watd
uso.l
t„
ult
the
n o t bo h e a r d a t a n y Special T e r m h e l d a t - t h e s a m e
•
.
_
_
HOPOISDHOUS
strong
constitution,
aided
by
careful
nursing
in all the womanly accomplishments, and sbo fpljowips story: While iu Boston I returned C a n b a t n * e n I n t o t h o j t o m a c l i w i t h o u t H nDRUOJ
rm i Is
tlrao a n d place w i t h a C i r c u i t , e x c e p t i n a c t i o n s upon bad given but little thought to the matter,
t h e c a l e n d a r Tor t r i a l at Pnch C i r c u i t , a n d in w h i c h t h o merely looking upon it as essential that at carried the squire through. The delirium found Hilda ah apt pupil.
a n h ' s c o l l o o t w a d i for 8oro M o n O i ;
in a horso cor to my lodgings. A puoly gol
h e a r i n g of t h o m o t i o n i s ncreBsary'to t h e d i s p o s a l of
tlleanses U i s XootU • H a r d o n a "
passed
away,
and
a
deep
sleep
came
upon
tho cau^e.
J A M E S C. S M I T R .
The squire could hardly show onough fond- in spectacles sot near iue>i and was telling her
some distant time Cyril should form some
COUNTER,PlATF0RM WAGQNSltRACR
t h o Gums and Purines
C H A R L E S Ci D W I G H T .
ness for the gentle girl who bod been so pa- young man how ho roniindo.l hot- of « yonng"
;
thaartiatrr:
suitable alliance, so. that tbe name need iidt him. i t was the orlsis.
47w7.
DAVID RUMSEY.
1
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"If he awoken i rational and comfortable tient and tender in care of him through hl3 man sho used to know iu Waltham. 1'ooty
J u s t i c e s of t h e S u p r e m o C o u r t , S e v e n t h D i s t r i c t . dieonl;but there need be no haute, and a
SOOTHING, 0 L E A N S I K B A N D H E A L I N G .
(•STATION C \ P R O O F O F W I I X .
forltinp must be among the lady's advan- he is saved/' said the dootor. "If, oh the tedious illness. The sight of her pretty face soon the youngmau got ool, oud, smilling in a 1ST I t n o v o r f i i l W t o ( j l v u r o l l e r i n « I I P
contrary, he falls into a state of coma noth- bending over her embroidery, or engaged, in seductive manner, I said to the girl in specta- m o s t o b i m n n t o c i m o o r D E Y C A I A K U i i
DK, P E O P L E O F T H E S l ' A T B O F N ^ W T O R K , tages.
-by tlu- G r a c e of God free and i n d e p e n d e n t :
weaving'some delicate crochet pattern, seem- cles "Don't I remind you to some one you used O n o B o t l l o la s u f f i c i e n t Un t w o u i o u i h - i»,o.
T o David F . S c a r i n g , S t r a t t o n , O n t a r i o , C a n a d a ;
What, tbeu, was' bis surprise and dismay ing can help him.
P R I C E S I A s k T O U r D r u c g i s t t o r l t . or
Plitiandcr A . Subrin<;, W a m e g o , K a n s a s ; B e n j a m i n
ed io him like a tangible promise that he was to know?" "Yes," she stid, "you ,lu remind
Hours
passed
oh.
Every
tick
of
the
silwhen
cyril
came
to
him
one
morning
and
J a c n b 3 , W«inej:n, Kansas; Maria, B o c k o v c n , Otter
SEND FOR CinCULATJ TO
'THE 8E5TARE
Creek, J a c k s o n C o , Mich : Louis J a c o b s , P u l a s k i , asked bis consent to a marriage with a ver tongued repeater on the mnnlal Boomed net tube left a lonely, childless old man.
me of one man, but he na.< ,«-nt t • the peniI v r . B i P H B 1 P S , Pmprlelnr.
J a c k s o i r - t r H . , M i c h . ; S h e r m a n J a c o b S , Ptilapki,
I ^^THE
CHEAPEST
85» 1. No. Ii MUIttuv riTUtxT, KE» Vuiiu
Jaclcson C o . , Mich.; S a r a h E . J a c o b ? , P u l a s k i , poor young girlt tho orphan iiieco 6t a small to find an echo i n the hearts of"the anxjons
So the days wore on until tho pale, young tentiary for stealing a linrn I of nmekitvl; he
J a c k s o n C o , Mich.: A b i s a l H u b b a r d , Pulacki
watchers.
Atlast
the
critical
moment,
came.
died
tbero
and
sn
I
eniir*loi>.h>
yon
ain't
the
farmer,
who
lived
some
three
miles
from
soldier
come-home.
Then
there
was
a
quiet
* .lackson Co , M i d i ; B e n j a m i n Carpenter, QuecUue,
K3tADr.ttUR» l"48l.
V e r m o n t : Mary C a r p e n t e r , rcKidenco.'iiot k n o w n ; Atbcrton manor.
The squier awoke free from fever, though wedding—the festivities consequent upon the, man.
Charti's F o r d , G r a n d I t a p l d s , Mich.; A a r o n HarE.S.&^.P.LAOET,
265 BROADWAY A, Y,
marriage of tho hoir of tho manor being rewoorl.roBidonco n o t k n o w n . M i n n e a o l a ; Byron Ford,
A stormy scene onsued. They parted in weak as a ohild. He was saved.
rcsldcnco n o t known-, M e x i c o ; J e n n i e S h e r m a n ,
Attoi'neys-at-Lawj
At first Hiiida kept as much as possible out served until tho return of tho bridal pair from
anger. Cyril mounted his favorite Madcap,
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CHESTWrslPMLAJA.
t S U .*tef»(& &reeL
tt'tehiiiglviu
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lengthenod-tourirrfttaly, whouitwas-fondly
Whireaz. J m J - l L . E p j a c o t t o f t l i c tow«-oE A*cnd(a and rode- atimee to Deepdale farm. -HUda oiiiasighi, shrinking into the-shadow uf- *
InronturN.
h a s latt'iy iipplii'd t o o u r s u r r o g a t e ni o u r C o u n t y of saw him'coming, and met him at the door.
\jn
SfflgUA
ST. CLEVE. 0,
heavy
damask
curtain
when
he
was
awake.
hojwd'that
Oyrilwonld
bo
fully
restored
to
W a y n p , f o r p r o o f o f t h e Will o f Alvlra. Giles, I a t e _ p f
Wo p r o e n r o p a t e n t s I n a l l c o n n t r l p p . N o A T T O R N B Y
Arcadia, deceased, wh'.ch r e l a t e s t o b o t h r e a l and
P E B S IK A D V A N C E ; , N o cliargo unless tho p a t e n t is
The rash yonng lover had not Waited for Bat ho did not seem to notice her, and she health- and strength, JSO that the tenantry
personal i-tftate:
g
r
a
n
t
e
d
.
No
feet*
for
maldiij*
iircllmlnary
e
x
a
m
i
n
a
gradually forgot her caution.
could be made happy by bis presence.
tion" N o additional foca for nf)talnlnff»aiul c u u d n c i .
Therefore, \ mi a n d each of you -are cited a n d re- bis father's consent to woo her, ond.tbey had
injja rohearlnR. Special a t t e n t i o n g i v e n t o Inierfc-rqntr^d t o a i i p e a r n t t h e - t h e o f l i c o of t h e paid SurroParing his long and tedions convalescence
ehco C a s e s bofdro t h e PAlcnl Office, E x t e n s i o n s het"Xtp. lo t h " v i U a ^ o f Cljde, in said c o u n t y , o n the heen betrothed for several weeks. He had
Tore CongrCBB, I n f r i n g e m e n t S u i t e In (tliTvrunt Biatt-f,
35th d a y of J u l y , a t t e n o'clock i n t h e forenoon of snid red Hilda to believe that-»ho».%6ti!d be wel. be was oflou qiioralons and intractable.
A French Bettingr Story.
a n d all Htlj,mtTda apbortnlnlmr to I n v e n t i o n s m
d a y , to a t t e n d t h o b r o b a t c n( s a i d will.
Pfttonuu . S B N D S T A M I ' B*OII r w i r n i . B T m v r a o
rvu.
I D T e s t i m o n y Whereof, W o b a y e c a u e e d tho s e a l of corned to his home, and given a daughter's Then Hilda would take a book and read to
An
officer
named
Verdier
was
celebrated
o O l c o o r p a r e a l d S o r r o g ^ t e t o b;e J{i e r e t o portion of love.
him in her low, musical voice, ond thus
INHTlirtTIOHS.
aillzttd.
; '.
, =•
, • , *i ( ,
in his garrison for winning all bis bets.
United States Courts a n a Dopartmcnts
sooth
him
to
sleep.
It was hold to tell her the bitter truth, and
'
W i i n c f o : , Gk W. Cqwleg, Sarrbij^jQ. of
None of his comrades could boost of ever
c l M n m profecntml lit t H o - S a p r e m o Court oi" t i e
f-B\L>
t h o C o u n - y nf W a j n o . a t "th*e8riWofeatc r ».
She was only waiting until her presence iaving been suco essfnl, and no at last no one
Xstatlished
I'ulted S t a t e s , C o u r t i.; f l a t m « Cuurt ni
^••uuu.a• Ill
u f i i i d c u n n r y . i a e 20th.day of May in bis anger aud disappointment hs did not
Oetofiiot/
BtonerB o r Alabama ClairnB, Sontliern cifllni** C'im.t. rt..> v,<ir «»f o u r Lord, o h o t h o u s a n d soften one harsh word his father had said,. was not absolutely.needed to. go back to her
1822.
cared to bet with him. One day Verdier was
mlsslon a n t l all classes of.war.claiine boforo Itio j i x - .
„i.i ftuadr ii a n d seventy e i g h t .
self-imposed
duty
at
therhospitaU
One
morneven to catling Hilda" a milk-faeed doll,
! „ . _ _ . .
£:«T
G AV C O W L E 3 , J 9 n r r o e a t e .
of BrownV Ginger.arn wai-ned' against ecmlvo Dbparttnonte.
transferred to anqther regiment, but tho fame Porehaecrs
tonol-erfcltaiamnded to ncsoldonttmBjiloiis- " ~ ~ " J C f i r T O ^ d 1 f V a y ' a u ' a ' i i o t u i t $ - '
whose pearly te"|tn and, jirighFeyes had cap ing she had been,'reading the Times, until of his peculiar lubk had already spread bo- piratical
did repntatton ot thta matchlcsn article. All rial O F P I C B R S , soiaiiBna, ond-siitORS of t h o lata war, or
tivnted him in spite oflitsjhelter judgement. thenqniro woi.aa she thought, asleep. Then fore him. After a supper tenderod him by Brown'sflinnerIs iiroparcd by.PBKn'snicK BnowN, tlicir
Jiclrs, ttt0in,m&ny cases e n t i t l e d t o mnhoy iruoi
Philadelphia, and the label bearing hl» name is Incor-But wo'll be married in spile of him,, the paper dropped listlessly in her lop. Her his comrades on tho evening pf bis arrival, porated with bis'private V, 8, Inhrnal Revtnm' h o G o V e m m o n t , o f w l i i r h th'oy h a v e ho- Itbowh-ilap.
W r l W ' w ^ ^ t M y o f a e r v l c O j ^ n d - C ^ i t o a m q m i t ul pay
thoughts,
nnraindfu!
of
time
and
space,
were
Stamp,
to
coiinlcrlclt
which
Is
lolony.
won't we darling? He'll coma to his siujSes
when eampaigne hod mado its- appearance, Rrown'a Giueoc-for Xrayolor'n use.
a n d b o u n t y received. Enclose Stamp, a n d a full reply
then, I'll warrant. He'll think it nil right with him she loved so faithfully and self sac- Qoneral B
Brown's OlliKor- for Summer c o m . a l t e r c x i u n l n a l l o n , will b e given y o u vrltuont cuarffa.
colled out: .
Tificingly.
• plaints.
.
.
when he can't help himself."
"Is it really tWA Verdier. that von win ByoWII^M Cingcr^>fov Crniujnmid Colic. — M i ui'ifii'iuw, B O U H E H S , and BAILOIIS w n i i n d r d , rjji
Hilda's roses paled as she listened to the A trembling voice -suddenly rnnuaa h^r
Brotvn's dingror—for Sea Sickness), t n r c d , o r Ifajttrcd I n the l a t e \var, h6wovor8lifi;htly,aro
every bet ;&_ _
entitled t o f and c a n obtain a pension.
eager boy, and- the happy light that had from her reverio:
U r o w w ' i i c l i j g c r - S t u n n l a i i t ; n o renc- C i U l c d . StatcH iicnoxal
luiuul
OJflco.
"Yes, general."
" Hannah tolls me you aro going away. Is
T wish t n rcppceUWIy-amiounce-to t h e c i t i z e n s of made her dork eyes so brilliant; hod died
ilo'ir,
C o n t c a t e d L a n d C a s e s , P r i v a t o Lanil ClotmB, Sllii
""Bnt haw the dace doyoado.it?"
N K W A R K a r r d t h o f l d j n i n ' n e r - r o n n t r y t h a t I a m p r e - away in sombro shadows, bnt she answered it necessary?, Can any other siek person
Brown's Cingcr—used by Army
a n d I n g , p r o - c m p l l o n , a n d IIomoBtead C a s e s , proeccutcd
p a r e d to.furnish all p a r t i e s w h o a r c d e s i r i n g P u m p s .
be.oro t h o Gcnoral Land ofllco a n d D e p a r t m e n t o r t h e
"Oh, very simply. I anv« physiognomist,
Navy.
need you as much as'I do ?"
with gentle resolution:
I have a first class article k n o w n aa*
B r o w n ' s G i n g o r - u s o . d aJU o v o r
i l i a Interior. fV orcat m^dlrioo dlflcovercil-Uy old Nur«9
and I bet only when I'm quite sure."
worhl.
Hcrtrand,ftprefl?aterla!n>ve; glvlnc: Itnivay freo
l.aiul U'arrmufci.
THE HTRACrSE PUMP,
"No, Cyril, two wrongs never mode a right Hilda looked at tho old man in surprise.
lo
tho poor, who used to come from far. and.
Brown's (Blnger-cottntoractr iiupnro
"You
are
a
pbysiogoomist
?
Well,
what,
W
o
p
a
y
cash
for
Bounty
Land
\v*arrant8,
and
wo
inw h i c h I c a n p r o v e b y good a n d rcllablo c i t i z e n s of It doesn't sound like you to say such a tiring. A cadence, born ot looliness and sorrow, in
n e a r In c r m v d s t o h e r h o n s o , cacti o n o • t r j y l u g
t h i s t o w n w h o h a v o uaod tho s t y l o of p u m p s for y a a r e .
for instance can you find to read now in my B r o w n ' s C i n g - o r - pWr ao lVoor h. t s K t a l a r l a l v i t o c o r r e s p o n d e n c e wltti all p a r t i e s h a v i n g a n y lor
t o g o t a.Bupply.
ealo, a n d e l v o t n l l a n d explicit I n s t r u c t i o n s w h e r e asb c i n c m a d o of t h e beat of w h i t o p i n e , w h i c h i s tho We ore yjrang and con wait until your father his voice, tonobed her unspeakably ; and'as
jjiscnitos.
s i g n m e n t s artTlmfcerfect.
b e s t t i m b e r t o m a k e p u m p s f r o m , and a r e a l l o w e d to
I t Purges the Bowols.
she recolledrtfiohale, hearty squire, who often foce?"
Brown'*
Ciugor—delicious
S u m m e r
p t o n d o n e year I n t h e factory before shippjBg r w a y . changes his mind."
w o c o n d u c t o n r b u M n c s a in aoparato Bureau*, h a v "I can-see." said Verdier, promptly, "that
Drink.
S o if t h e r e are a n y defects i n t h e m t h e y m a y DO iemrode by the farm Xa tho pleasant old doys,
i n g t h e r e i n tho clerical a?9ietancg,gjf oble and e x p e r i ,
I t PnrSlca tho Blood,
"That's,what
he'Ji
never
do.",
said
Cyril,
B
r
o
w
n
'
s
G
i
n
g
e
r
e
x
c
e
l
l
e
n
t
I
n
I
H
i
c
n
idicd before b h i n a finished. T h e s e p u m p s a r e war*
the
oldwound
in
your
side,
hos
brolam
out
J onced la\7y^rr' 1 anil give o n r closest personalfliipcrn t a t i a m . —- * vlalon t o e v e r y I m p o r t a n t p a p o r p r p p a r ^ P i n each c a s e
I t Invfeoratos tlie livor.
r a n t p ' l t o givc+jntlro patipfaction. ('an bo fitted to gloomily. ."If he .takes a notion an. earth coiling out a cheerful good morning to, her
ogain."
' a n y debfh7wt.'H, w o r k s easy, a n d . d o U v e r s m o r e w a t e r
K
v
o
r
r
b
o
d
y
k
n
o
w
s
t
n
o
vnlae
of
B
r
o
w
n
'
s
G
l
n
c
o
r
a
B
n
a
n
d
the
p
r
o
m
p
t
e
s
t
a
t
t
e
n
t
i
o
n
tlins
s
e
c
u
r
e
d
t
o
all
b
u
s
i
quafio wouldn't inbVo him. If wo wait for nncle in bis stentorian tone, tears ea>ne to
It Heals the Kidneys,
w i t h the pame l a b o r t h a n any o t h e r p u m p in u s e .
"Nonsense 1" thundered out tho gerleral. household necessity a n d p r e v e n t i v e of d i s e a s e . B o n e s s e n t r u s t e d up. Address
They are
her eyes to see what a wreck of bis former
suclfa thing, we'll wait forever."
s o r e y o u r d r n e s l s t f l l v e B j o a t h o rlght-klriU— B r o w n ' s
B « S . &. A . 2>. L u c b y , A t t o r n e y s *
I t Strengthens the Stomach,
"Bat—"
jQlngex, as-dOECjlbed a b o v e .
W A S H I N G T O N . D. C.
TISE
CiSE^PJEST
'Thenitwill be, witha clear conscience. self he bad become.
I t Soothes and Steadies the Horvei,
1
"No
'but'
after
I
ossuro
you,
sir."
Any p e r s o n desiring information a s t o the s t a n d i n g
FEEDEKICK BBOWN,
After a brief hesitation she said softly:
c o n P i ' I o r i n j t l l e l r d i i m b ' n t y t!ia£ftrtj i n t h e m a r k e t Your father is an old man, arid it raigbi shortDeliciouB to tho Taste nnd SmelL
a n d responsibility o f the m e m b e r s of t h o Arm •will, o n
"Perhaps you do not like to arieak of it—
"If you need me I will hot go away for the
T h o H o m a j n p a t h l c doctora r e c o m m e n d It.
request, b o farnlshod w i m a satisfactory reference in
&T
O r d e r s solicited.
D . S T O N E - * en his lifo, if you -^bis only son—should
25wi
Philadelphia.
perhaps a duel—"
T h o Allonnitilr d o i S I o r a e n d o r a o l i h t s o l y . N o m h U v i c i n i t y o r ConfrreeRlnnai district,
GSlf
WHEH
FEVER
AH»
AGUE,
present"
prove
disobedient
jindSngrateful.
f
cannot
ine, p v c r f l f c o i t b o r o r o . I t l s w o r k t n g w o n d e ' r f o l
RePitlence p e c j n d liouso wept o f W i l b e r ' s P u r n a c e .
"Diable!
you
won't
believe,
me
T
What
1
MAlABfA, AHD AIL rOTEBSCAN BE CUBED
m r ™ . Pari'lj- vegetable, a n d safo f o r o l d o n i
" I do need you tery mnch," was the reply.
eome between you-nnd your) lather, '
lOnrfi
N E W A R K , N . Y.
» week in your own t o w n . $ 5 Outfit free.
younff.
No risk. Htader> If ybrf iron* a bnBincPB
" So that matter is settled. Now, nurse, I will you bet?"
Cyril lis'fened td her with'flashing eyea.
"Anything
you
please,
generayl."
a t w h i c h persona o i c i t h e r s e x can m a k e
"Then yon will threw me over? I'who want to ask yon a qqesiion. Have I ever
'•Eire hundred francs."
It ts criminal Jo Minor. Anaiisolnto moans or euro la _ „ _ groat p a y <Ul t h e time t h e y w o r k , w r i t e for•*
worship the very ground—your feet have seen yon before? Somehow your face seems
partlctilara t o HJIALI.ETT «fcjDe.»PorUflnd t lIalno. 2 i y t
fooud lo
\\*i;i positively m a k o weal:, t h i n a n ' d W l i n g h a i r
"The gentlemen present are Sho witnesses."
' can m a k e m o n e y taster a t w o r k for u s t h a n a t
toncfi|di ^jBiIda,^,didnottbinlKSt of you. familiar, but I cannot place it."
a n y t h i n g cl&e. Capital n o t r e q u i r e d ; \ve will grow t n l f k . e o R , e!op a y a n d l ^ n ? .
S
H
C
O
X
i
l
i
'
S
With these words the genefval proceeded
s t a r t y o n . $12 per d a y a t U p m o m a d o - b y tho Ini l y father was rightiV he continued, gloomi- Hilda* felt tho blood dyeing her face, even
T A K E ;T:H::B
XTBA.±>,
d
u
s
t
r
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s
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ly. "He said all women ore alike—selfish to the border of her cap. She turned away^ without more ado to divest Hiimself of his
e v e r y w h e r e t o worfc for n s i r ^oflris/JboinDO., • Coptly
X H E
ouiflt a n d t e r m s ' f r e e . Address
.. _^ ostensibly to adjust the folds of a ourtaioj-hi coat and shirt, whofraclose sniiutiuy by all
*Tte«irlrejr!bora hare on hond'at their Slarhctjiisjp opd.metcendr^i'
t a r e s n o t anty. CtrtlU BBfl POToH,
'fllyl
Tnirg &Co., Aligasla, M a i n e .
present revealed the foot thaE there was no bnt ThlriPEOllKF
reolily
to
avoid
reply.
ovory
form
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r
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$
5
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3
0
dopw «6ath oi*Eeefl"& Barhay!s;3t«io? BtMe^^i^ ."iJorl'tCyrrtr-ISnow ycu .canKaST^elikve
trace of a wound by a sword otr ball.
t o t h o S n a k e s . T L ' e r e la n o m i s i a k e a l o u t I t , If y o o
per d a y a - a d o by s n y w o r k e r of either
sr\L,n y . a hll anpply of
' !-'*J il'ortn'f^Hear-ae ! If you were, to - be.jj|j>- . Jusft tben Hannah came in with the mail.
got t h o right a i t i c l o .
s e x . right in their own localities. Par"Yon have lost your bet, Verdier 1" shoutI M P R O V E D
Remember t i o n a r a o - S I » « f l ' s ' A g u e P H l s . .
_ llcttlarB a n d sample? worih, $ 5 free.
pled hi mind-arid body, and miserabTeSodr, Important news from the army was expected,
B c m c i n b c r t h e price - F i f t y C e n t s .
i m p r o v e y o u r s p a r e t i m e &t_ this business. A d d r e s s
MEATS OF ALL KINDS,- and no one else hnd a prior claim'totfyon, I there having been.rnmora of nu engagement ed the general, resuming his garments.
If j o n r d r o e g l s t n « » n o n e , I will fond t h e m By S T I N S O N «fc Co., P o r t l a n d , Maine..
31yl
"rhnire, indeed, lost this, otace. Men may m a l l o n recolpt of BO « n l s , o r I will send a box free
onch as
would wort myself to a shadow fotydu, and .Hannah caught the words and passed on
r o a n y p e r s o n n o t able l o p a y f o r t h o m . A d d r e s s ,
BLACK At* THE RAVEN'S WINGS"
consider myself happy ia'doin^soV^Br is her way but. * In her way she wa.i as much err sometimes. Here are (tie 600 francs.
25yi JOSEFHSKOtU Burlington, N. J
FRESH ISKEF./
rSIvIDDEUVS
With
a
chuckel
the
getuiraj
put
the
money
heoafise 1 love you better than mJSeii^that I interested as*>the squire. Was it not her
Raven Indelible Ink, L P > in T - n r V N I N O , NulJiEtESS, NO OEAMi KO CAMS,
- PORK,
will not let you'do wrong.' Ba'tf't wiil 'pronV-- nursling who.was lar owav on the battle-field in fiis pocket After fie nad" reached heme,
SO SPRINOS, TTEW ASI> E t E a j l S T
he ot once wrote to bis cfld bhum, the generIfcver Blots ! P l o w s Freely t
ise lo go solitory ahdoiorje, so far [os human staving to win his spurs ?
MUTTON,
StTTLEI 0 # tVOODrfOBK.
OJV
UJEJWTV
N e v e r SpVeadst Always B e n d y !
love is concerned, to my grave, if so:b"e that; Hilda took the paper and run heceyes over; al in command of Verdier'g Regiment:
Perfect B l a c k I N o fnss o r
la q o h k l y r e m o v e d b y D ; t T . P E L I X G o m u t r o ' s
VEAL,
trouble"!
ft-Is
n
s
e
d
Without
"Dear
frieadj'
the
stoiy
6s!
Verdier's
Inok
is
O
n
i
S
O
T
i
i
.
C
n
s
i
s
r
,
o
r
MagHal
Beauti/ier.
we caDrlqJ ^aarrji "j)eor(,'dearest.,Qjri!,. go thecolums. One pitiful moan escaped her
preparation I Sold,by.ali dragT h o O r i e n t a l Cream I s n o t * c h e a p clap-trap p a i n t
home to, yinr. father and do as he wishes, lips; the neit moment she lay apparently all humbug. He has just made a bet of five t o b e d a n b t h o s&tn w i t h r l j i c n l o o s h o e s a n d leavo
plets a n d sJ t a t i o n e r s . Torrey,
CORNED BEEF,
TeroptetOrt & Co., N*tv TorK,
t h o M m p l o i i b n r h l n e d . I t l u a d c l t e h f o , a r t i s t i c lohundred
fronos
that
I
had
a
wound
in
my
fully
and
entirely.'
God's
blessing
will
sorelifeless pn the floor. The heavy falllbosencd
'Proprietors.
3yl
SALT FORK,
Uon t h o nso o f w h i c h c o n n o t b e d o t e c t e d ^ a n d w h l f h
Ilavo for ten y e a r s b e e n proflncinj; a m a c h i n e , \?Mcli,
romoverovoryblemtBlrlnBlaiiUy.
ly rest upon the dutiful son."
her cap, and her hair rolled m all ita rich side, an.1 of coarse he lost it.lj
-finder (ho n a m o d f t h o
T n o O r i e n t a l . C r e a m h a s for m a n y , y e a n b e e n t o
,HAMS r
The
answer
came
bock.
fashionablelauiodlnEoropeandAmorlca "tiaSecret
Her voice broke. With a wild impaisa she ihwdriance around her—a kindly mantle that
B e a n t y , " I t a « f f e c t a aro l m m e d l i t t e , g i v i n g a t o n c e
DRIED &EEF, • threw her arias around! his, neck and kissed hid herdeathly face from even Hannah's pity, "Your naivete h trnely eharming. Your of
a l o v e l y l i f e l i k e t i n t , a soft, Drilllant, and, n a t u r a l
I.
winning the 500 franc* coufc m 0 2,000, which complexlon.ofwondrortfl delicacy a n a d a a z l l m r b c a o t y .
^ArSAGK,
him again and again* between her sobs. It ing eyes.
t o l t ' t h a t y o ' n g c t - t h o i g e n j i n o - OnnfflTAi,
i haa b e e n very exfonslvoly sold, t n r b u g h o n t t h o . W e s t Verdierbet me, on the dpy of his leaving, O 'Bt «a irr Bee
b e a r l n g t h o BlCTatore o f Da. T . P E L H : G o u n was
her
fofewfeB?
Tjji^neif;
momeul"*Cyril
A
dash
of
cold
water
soon
revived
her,
and
j
orn;CohtiHOut a n d E u r o p e . I m p r o v e m e n t s o f v a r i o u s
LARD ami POULTRY, .
that bo would makryoo, on thefirstevening pf A D D , t h o i n v e n t o r . C o o t b n t for i mIiitaa tpi<o1 n s r,i iportly
< kind> biivo been mado on. the Qrlginal.'nxaclilno whichwas standing alone in the porob, and the as soon as tho fright occasioned by her sudalmliarlnnamo. Soldby Dro5B'^»± „
{, m,ra?'
j won- t h o '
* " •
in itn ->uaefin—in^h-irt h a v e e v e r y t h i n g , a n d ' p o i l c i t s
meeting take'off yojrr shirt in the presence of Addreao of I h o J ^ r i e t r c M . H A D i H E M. B . T J .
heavy door was shut and bolted, between den illness had subsided, the squire took the
a c o n t i n u a n c e of p u b l i c p a t r o n a g e .
MflFIRST PKIZE AT FARIS, U?1867.
yonr fellowofllcersi*Sud'that you, yourshlf, G o t r a t t n > , i 8 B o n d S t » N o w Y o r k ,
them.
~f).g
paper, and sa'W facing him in startling letters:
Bttt-Uie jtnecegg. pa4»#4 by-^ie-HiaelrfiicF o f " 5 now
would inforni me of the Tapt.'*"
**
THKY PAY CASH,
model,' e x h i b i t e d b y m o C o m p a n y a t t h e ^
After o few nibmBnts of bewildering heajA BLO0DT raOAOIJTENT. '
CEK 3 N H I A L EXHIBITIOJI,
tatibn
he
mounted
and
jode
away,*
Hecdild
J L p o . o " JOO PTANOS.& O R ^ i A ^ S . n e J r and,
a n * l U b e s t price for Ik-evc*,, Ca^vet-.
flos*,Ponltry
Great 1cm of officer* and «en—Oyrll Athertoo, of the tost Serea fonntTs JtfThreB Vfae& •
hits;indnced thonvto-i-omodel t h o ' " P . P.*^' and o'ffer t o
n o c o n d i l l i i i l d of f t r a t ^ I d g * m a k e r s i n c l u d l n s
not but think forgivingly of Hilda, as hs r«>Hiopciblicthe
Graji, indrtally woturaded, whfle endeavWASTBKS'nt lowRSprJeeslbr caaliorlmtallT . J . jrNKiS'fl',
c. r . t r s K .
Allan's Aati-Fat is ». genuine meidicine, i n e n t a M ' t o l e n m l t r i M i W f o r t h a n ever b o f o r o
oalied her anguish sobs, and' felt .her, tosses
oring to silence a battery.
tf
oflefed; W A T E R S ' O B A N D S Q U A K K u n d
FAWILY FAVORITE IMPROVED."
burning upon his forenead—she whohad evThe fetters swain before his eyes. He conld ond will reduce o6rpuler»py fmm two to five U P I U G J I T W A N O S <Sc O R G A K S ( I N O I , t I All t h e e x c e l l e n c i e s o r flib f o r m e r m a c h i n e lire r o l a i n TtIK FrtiePT DISPLAY OP EEAD7 MADE
B B T G T H E l K S E W « 0 » T E N r R AtyDBOPpounds
per
weeki
Purely,
vegetable
o.ad'
per•ed, a n d there L a v e been A d d e d t o Its l o n g Hat o f r a c r er been.socbory of her caresses.'
read no more. He rose feebly and dragged
D O I B ) n r o t h i j B E S T M A B E . T OctoTO P l a n fectly harialeBs,, acting es^tirely on thejioodin o « 8 1 6 0 . 7 1 - 3 d o 9 1 6 0 n o t u s e d r i . y e a r . " 0 ? »
Strive a5 be might,, he did not again see <his shaking limbsto.Hilda's side.
Etightnejss of
Rimniiig
P*gBg.
the stomach, preventing the forirjatibn <of fat. S8 t oS bt oOpr. ^ 8r 7i »S S^ 15 0O- jS*«SO»Bp»»- J* S8 80 ,8^.2T SS W
Hilda, It seemed as though sons* unseen
tops MOO
" My poor girl," ho" said, brokenly.. Bit
c i u l i i h o t , h a c d n. y e p i , I n p e r f e c t o r d e r and
If
is
also
a
positive
remady
for
dyspepnia
and
mefsengerwnspnfheiueit to warn ber oi l o did not finish, the sentence, for at the
vYmsglcssness
of
Movement.
W A N T E D * JUIustratcil C n t n l o s n c a M n U f d .
his approach. At last he grew* desjierale, sound of his voice Hilda opened her eyes and rheumatism.
XlSber&mMeouiltlofta&erirJirimsUri.ChUrthaj
T h o " P . F . I m p r o v e d " lias n o ' ^ e n r s " o f c a t n s : * '
BOSTON, Mas*., pa. 11th, it 178.'
BehwAit'Lodatsete,
S h o o c n r n s j o - A t -Half . p r i c e ;
aiid determined to leave home. His father looked at him, first iu a dazed, bewildered,
no-"pprlri2B" a* i m p,o r t a n t • Twirls of its roechaiifpm :
INNteWYOnK.
I I O R A C j xv\
. ^ V A ? ? " ^ «<•*''?! MonnfaOtniro •'^<lok^m}.shaftSi ' reqnirins freqnent t a k i n g n p of
TWttO O B E A T I S E M E W * f o r
M* irh-nitJ. Hn-ipeps Stun. L a b o r i n g Mi-n^all clasps procured him a coromiision m the army. He
way, then she put o a t both binds and mo- BoTAraq MsnicraE Co,, BafiTalo, N.Y.:
K M h n a l l o a l o H , : 4& E A S T l * t l i
OTRBET,
lost, motion';. n o fa^o-piato to m?Temoved, nor BCTOT?»
i ? , r a n f i t J n - i ihu tlunsi thoy n e e d in t h e way of •'.
f6 he d r a w n . ^ h e i t b i n n g I s n e e d e d . I t s »idvemcnt»
Gentlemen^-Theladyalludedtolost
seven TO.on*auure.TNov?iV8rlr.AiI..Q.Bo«,3SOT.
wiibed for active service, and, os it was the. tionedhim away.
aro produced, b y c r a n K 3 . the S i m p l e s t . Ptireat and
Itt: U»Y-H VDE CLOTHING.
Iimeof Ciimeon war, be bad no djfflpulty
•The A*. T . Times edjat
" W a t e r s * Orcbeatrlon
most d n r a b l o o r devices. Itt? chhttlo e n t r i e s mon?>
"We have killed; trim between us I Do yoa pounds in three weeks, by the nse of A lion's Cblioo
TIi- f-t'i/itt
w ii favi" mncb tronbl'oby coming, d i r e c t
O r a a a " i s a.bcflutifol.littlo iBStrumeht, Blmtnrpod t h a n alnioSt aiiV n t n e r in n s e It i s pymetfleal
YoaostSuly,
iq carrying out bj.vi. purpose. 'His regimenj. hear? You And I ! 0, my darling!_ ihy Anti-Fat.
t u >H, i\- «- a r e dhcui/s p r e p a r e d to fittbcm
p l y perfect. T h e C h i m e of t w o and orifrlifllf octavo
i n form a n d hiRhly finished.
la prirplyvfgetfihift nn"l porirecUyharmlfisfe.. r U n «
P
fcellaiuullhoa¥flstloiarectactrpablo
of
b
e
i
n
g
p
r
o
-;j darling!"
SMITH, DOOIiHpijiB.iSHTtH, dBCe*bythor)li>TeriirjjBiiignUtrly.l)no.
H »\R" !>'•(' 't-f'.i- nt C'ompi^fi- in cv^ry rp-ppct. wo^ oB'e/of Ihefirstsent-ijhl. .fi * ,;-^
u p q n t h e ,Cooc\ in tli^stonmcii, 'provejiriits ita Mcijyt
.
; •
O u r w o o d w o r k fans taeri
iniproved.in
cortvertBil, Into ftr. 'I iliett. l i i w n v r t & w h i tvl*tl .if.
f''i-(ni« p i - w i r i m c n t Unnsuatly A t t r a c t i v e this
, Wholesale Dmggi sta
"The t o n e i s ftill, clear oOd r e s o h a n t , a n d ft v e r y
rectloys, It wlll.rciluci.- o f u t jjpown l>pta ITTO t o flvc
style, c o n s t r u c t i o n a n d finish, s o t h a t w© "Invite corn: Hilda heard ot his 4eps'l"ie withiearint The squire turned fo Hannah.
Se'apon
Wroreatirig.effect la p r o d u c e d ' wlUi tho e l i i m e o f
parifwni with a n y d t h e r in t h o m a r k e t . O n r B t y l e s "H*
,:,?'^prpidenj:D ifl.iiotonly itjdlseasi' iwcH*, but inr , find " 8 " aro espccialiy a t t r a c t i v e .
A n * t u r r i Vjiim.
. ,
. , i
•'^Who is this young woman ?"
ELEGANT SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR $25 0 0 eyes. Still sbo did not regret the bourse she]
STUDIOUS OitS EAD>/—f*Did ypri ever Mad l' e lTi sh^eC' .TC*tK3*-H<rho9
Harbinger•'df AU«'r<»" *<o -wroa* HifiA&craiK ' t « . . .
a r e . w e l l k n o w n a m o n g fhO
ago.and w l i a t w u a t r u e tiittu h n u n c .
S e n d t o r C i r c u U u - y muUl*ric«-I,istfi»
i/./.v .>/*(/•'.i.?a tviib prices, fashion plates, and hsd token. Following, the n«ble eiaoirjle of
"LordMess ns; sir. Didn't you know it oil ubpot (ho greotplagtie in Ji.ohSfth, •Sear- very n e s t . W e a f e i m ' a b l e d t d P p e a k o r t h e ' f l e i u s t n H Hiousami.'Ytttts
tlicn&f.Sa
to-day,
•
in*tt t / ( 1 -i- f,u xt'f itfiisurement,
s e n t free <m a p p i i - Florence Nightingale, she went to one of the;
j n e n t a w i t l i c o n f l d e n c o from p e r s o n a l Kbotvledgc.'
was
Hilda,
who
hos
been
risking
ber
own
life
ie ?" Aifeotionite SnsbaU'd^-^p, nprt don't ' S y . r . ' i f a n p e K i r .
gatlnn to
•'
; .
' •"'".
hospital training sohpols to at herself to to\« tosaveyours?"
W i c a n s p e a k o f t h f t m e r l t o f the WatersT?lanoa
Hi V. BARNUM & CO.,
wan£tows hain't it e;notl|6, fSJ'aVe a ^ t e t t e
iroinTisraonatkno^leajBm-oatielDgottmi.TByl'S't
166.103 & 3M Cbathnm Square, New 7ort Itftrber soldier, if necessary,,and-surge soMe
Hilda's vbioe^intemipted them.
I m n y dwh Jionie4!i
' "
'
* <^&,—'<*an«noii'J'rtfe(Srijwj(:er,-'
' • PtiSHMfr
Buffalo,
A'.'-i".
a(i Union Square, N . if.
O
oUNTYJ30UKTandCourtof3eeBions.—Pursuant,
t o law/ I ' h e r e b y a p p o i n t ' t h e t e r m a i l f ttla . C o g a f r
• C o u r t of W a y n e C b u m y , t o b e h e l d a t t h e C o n n H o u s e
in L y o n s , , v i a : ' \ • .
.
.fO n - t h e first M o n d a y of e a c l i i m o n t l t a t g n e o ' c l o c k
P.M.
A t eacli, term, i n J a n u a r y , A p r i l a n d O c t o b e r , ..
P e t i t J i i r y w l U a t t e n d , a n d said t e r m s will b e ,for t r i a l
o f ; f a c t , a n d % t t h & s a m e ' t e r r n ' a f t U d u r t o r 8 e 4 * i o p 8 will
be>hold In i u i d f o r s a i d C o u n t y . .
T h e r e m a i n i n g t e r r a s h e r e b y a p p o i n t e d will b e for
t h e triala of a agues,pf l a w e „ t h e
taesriag'and'dqcJstonB
of m o t i o n s , a n d s a c h . d t h e r b u s i n e s s * : * ' ' m a y como be-,
r o r o ^ h o c o n r t . — C l y d e . JaiioaryJU_1874. ., ,. .
Iy.171CL W. C O W L E S . - O o n n t y J n d g e .
A
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for every Sick person.
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FOR SO CENTS,
I
INFALLIBLEftGUEPILLS.
$66
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