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laa ahoaa nfe mnila, you would
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and or of iranler value than any
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' A Tribal.
"In B. II. Ilnrrlman' obituary no
tice," Mold n Now York clergyman,
"duo proinlnonco wasn't rIvoii to hli
fondnot for little children. That chip
drrn wero alto fond ot him wn proved
by a remark my Utile d.tuRliter mod
"'Mr. Ilarrlman li dond, my dear,
I inld to liar.
"Her aye filled with tear, and alio
said, with a iiulpt
'"Oh, papa, how happy the angels
will hoi' M
fimtr lilrn In Vitilln;.
New comes from Vienna of a now
Men at wedding Ui wearing of a
wreath of tote by tho mother of the
bride. Upon arriving homo after the
ceremony the bride' mother rcmovei
her hat and put on a half t-lrcln ol
rose, com pound ot Inula with sllvei
petal and follnno.
"This clrculur dwerlblng tho Mount,
tngvuo sny you rati "It t the dinner
talilo nnd see, the beautiful mountain
ak," enld the man who contemplt
That It truo," replied the one who
bad been, "nnd tltat'a Just about ali
fou can e"- Yonder Statesman.
"I with I could rainrnber." ld Hl
ff, "what It wii that my wife told me
lo do to-day."
"Perhaps," aujrieated Hrook. 'aha
told you to bring rny rator back. You
borrowed It about a month ago,'
"Itaior backT Itasor back? I know
now 1 waa to b aure to take home
aoma work chona" Chlraao Tribune.
"My father twe Ue n a luflarcr from tick
headache forthelatt Iwcntr five Vcaraand
' never found any relief until lie began
' taking your Caacareta. Since lie !
, begun taking Caacartte he hat never bail
I the liradacbc They have entirely cum!
1 hltn Caacarcta do what you recommend
them lo lo, I wilt Rive you the privilege
'of ualnc hU name." It M. IJIekaon,
I IIJO Keallier St., V. Iwllauatiollt, lud.
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10y M'HS'. jM.BJTA.JVDB'H
Aulharof "ACrookad Palh." "Maid. Wlfa or Wldaw," "By
Woman'a Wit." "Baalan'a Bargain." "A Llfa Inlaraal,"
"Mona'a Choloa," "A Woman'a Ilaart."
CIIAITIMt X. (Contlniied.)
IIopo looked nt him with n rry
puzzled pxprcaaloii, then n atiillo part
el her llp.
"I think you aro nil very curloua
peopln here," alio aald. "Thcro arc
amall alena of Kngllah rracrve about
you. Hut I don't want tn hear any
mom ronfldenri-aj M I ahull leave
"Thla U too badl when I thought
I ahould havn a inlniile'a talk with you
In penrot Did you ever know any
thing to Idiotic aa MUa Oacre'a dra
"I thought you pronounced It 'aplen
"Well, to It waa, conalderlng how
mad alio waa about Hugh heraelf a
couple of yeara ago, It waa a match
that would hava aulted my aunt down
to the ground, hut ho woubl never
hear of It Ar you really itolngT
Well. It la too bad of you! I hope
you will not go over to thla practlc
Inc tomorrow? I am on duty, and
havo to return to quarter tonight."
"What I can or cannot do depend
on Mr. Biivllle Ooodby for ihn pre
ent " Khe K'ave him her hand for a
moment, and waa cone
With an nlr of extreme annoyance
Captain I.uiiiley. atcpplng. throtiRh one
of Hie open window, followed thn
path taken by MIm Dwre.
The dinner at InRtelleld win very
traimutl that evening. Mr. Havllle.
her ton. Hope Deamond and Mr. Haw
eon made up tho whole party. Mr.
Ravllln looked III, there wero deep
ahadowa under her eye, nnd her face
emed amiiller than uauat; but ahe
waa unuiually talkattvo and gracloua.
She) dlacunsM politic with hei
gurat. and occaalonally dlrrctel her
remark to Hope. Mr. Bavllte contrlb
utel mrna rather original obaerva
Hon, and all thing went amoothly.
On leaving tho table aha (aid to Haw
aon, "I muit leavn you to Mil Des
mond' caro thl evening, for I havo a
very bad headache; but I thall aeo you
In the morntnR."
After a little conversation Mr Ra
vllln went to look for soma sketche
he had taken of thn Lincolnshire
churche. nnd In hi absence) Mr. Haw
son said, "Mr. Savllle la moit friend
ly Him iKirtlctitarly withe you to
remain: aho a you know when lo
be atlent nnd when to speak; so f
think thine promise well. Go on a
you have Iwgun. Slin talk or going
on the Continent In a month or two.
You are. I Imagine firmly IWed In her
good grace. Thl I having half your
"Heaven grant III" aald Hope, with
heartfelt rnrnestne; and soon they
separated for the night.
"I think. Mis Desmond, I shall go
abroad next week," said Mr. Savitlc,
breaking alienee one dull, drlzxllni;.
depressing Novcmlier day. when they
wero alttliiK by the fire In the smaller
of tho two drawlnK-room. Mr. Sa
vllle hnil been In deep thought, and
Hope diligently mnklng n Ions atrip
of laco which usually occupied her
whim not reading aloud.
"Do you wish mo to accompany
"Ye, of course. You are very ready
to leave me."
"No, Indeed. Mr. Savllle; I should
he sorry to do so; but I wish you to
feel qulto tree. Tho secrot ot comfort
In such a relationship a our la that
wo aro not bound to caca other."
Thcro waa another paute.
"Very likely," resumed Mr. Sa
vllle, as If ahe had been reflecting.
"However, I do not wish to part com
pany as yet. I mutt say you are one
of tho few young womon Indeed,
young or old who have any common
sense, though your Idea on some
point aro by no means sound."
"What aro my chief errorar atked
IIopo, with the plensant fearlessness
which was one of her chief. attractions
to the Imperious llttlo plutocrat.
"You aro n sentimentalist In some
directions, and you do not recognise
the tma valuo of money, The first Is
weakness; tho second, willful blind
ness," "I daro say I nm weak," returned
Hope, laying down her work and
speaking thoughtfully; "but do you
know, Mrs. Bnvlllo, I think I hnvo a
truer astlmate of the valuo ot money
"Uow do you make that outt" Mr.
Savlllo spoke with rome degree of In
"1 know that a -certain amount I
necesKiry, that real poverty I de.
grading, that every rlr.ht-mlnded Indi
vidual will drive nnd toll for a suffi
ciency, enough to secure Independence
and respectability; but, after that,
what con money buy? N'ot health, nor
a aenNi of enjoyment, nor Intelligence,
nor tho perception of beauty, nor that
crown of life, Ipve, Very moderate
mean will penult of fullest pleasure
In all Ihese, but they must he all the
free gift of nature: gold cannot buy
"And with them all," returned Mr.
Savllle, "you can never lift your head
above tho obtcurlty of a mean position.
If you only possess moderate means."
"That doe not seem a hardship to
me. It I true I never know what
ambition meant, and therefore I am no
fair judgo of what I essontlal to an
ambitious spirit; but men have attain
ed to great power and yet bad but lit
"N'ot often not often; while to
women, with their moro limited
sphere, money la still more essential.
If every ono was as philosophic at
yourself, where should wo be? Where
would civilisation. Inventions, Im
provement, employment. Ixj. If men did
not haste to become rich?"
"Hut I do not object to people be
coming rich, and I acknowledge that
men who amat largo fortune aro of
ten benefactors lo their fellow. I
only urge that great wealth I not es
sential to Individual happiness, and
that men who Increase knowledge and
social Improvement, who Invent and
explore, are benefactors equally wjth
those who make the money which pay
for It all."
"We are like the two knights who
fought over the color of the shield
Mlsa Desmond. You must grant that
If wealth cannot buy health It can at
least mitigate suffering; and It cer
tainly re n buy esteem, If It cannot buy
love. A lo love, who feels it except
ihe young nnd the Imaginative? It
Is but another form of selfishness;
some quality In another gratifies you
or flatters you. and you think that per
son essential to your existence."
There Is something more In that
that." said Hotw gently: "you must
know that. Did you never love any
"Yes; nt least I thought I did. and
small thanks I had for It Dut I am
not sure that my reason Is not too
strong for my affections."
"I think." said Hope, slowly, "that
you could lovo very much." She flop
ped, and grew a little paler than us
ual. "Pardon me If T tako a liberty
In speaking my opinion."
"No; go on: you amuse me."
"Wo scarcely know what glfta we.
posses till circumstances call them
out, and your may not have drawn
out your faculties In that direction.
Hut I am qulto sure thn remarkable
strength of your nature would make
your love strong, too."
"Really. Miss Desmond, you are a
profound student ot human nature.
Unfortunately for the development o'
my affections, I urn not what Is called
"No." said Hope, quletlv, "not what
a surface observer would call lova
ble: you are too contemptuous of
weakness, which you cannot under
stand; but It steadiness of purpose, n
senso ot Justlco, honor, and loyalty,
are worthv of love, you ought to be
loved. When I came to you, my first
Inclination was to fear you. and I de
termined not to yield to It. or. If I
found It Insurmountable, to leave you.
You cannot support the companionship
of a spirit Inferior to your own."
"And you consider your equal to
mlnot'' asked Mrs. Savllle, with a
"I do." returned Hope, steadily.
"You aro my superior In knowledge,
In experience. In ability, in strength
ot will; but my opinions, my Individ
uality, aro my own; I will never yield
them to tho mere authority ot any
creature, even to ona I respect aa I
do yop. If. In speaking as I think, I
offend, we are not bound to live to
gether n moment longer than Is agree
able, I mny lovo you one day; I will
never allow myself to fear you."
"You aro rather a curloua girl. I
do not wish peoplo to tear mo. Why
"I do not suppose you do; but you
havo a dominant will, which wealth
give jhii tne power to exercise, and
It color your manner."
"I havo alwaya been well served."
"Well, Mlsa Desmond, you have In
ten-fled me a good deal, and, a yon
say, whenever I grow loo tyrannical,
or you grow too fearless, we can part
company. At any rale, you are more
of a rational being than moat young
women Now a to my plan for this
winter 1 cannot stand being worried
by the people I know In London, and
my relations; so I proposo going to
Dresden, a town where one meets few .
English. I have had enough of my
compatriots for the preaent. I shall,
come to Paris In the spring; nnd After'
oh, that I too remote to think of.
I hod a letter thl morning from Mary
Dacre. She is slaying In Yorkshire,
at aomo wild country house, where
she hunts and shoot in modern-young
lady fashion. She threatens to return
here .with her obedient father on the
17th. and that Idiot Oeorre Lumlev In
her train. Lady Olivia write thatj
Iho prercrenr ijpar Mary uocre snow
with such girlish simplicity for dear
Grmt Is quite tnuehlns;. Of course
th Lumleyi are enchanted at the pos
sibility of aurh a marriage. I won
der rioaa It aver occur to them to count
up the number of aspirant lilt Da
cre baa encouraged and thrown over?
I do not myself quite understand why
Oeoiss Lumley hung about here so
much, 1 fancy he was rather laughing
at the future Haronrsa Castleton; and
he is too much of a Savllle to do what
be doesn't like, even for a wealthy
"I mutt say, Mrs. Savllle, that aeems
to me erring In the right direction."
"I suppose It does, to you. To me
It seems weak self-indulgence, when
you ronadcr tho position George Lum
ley Is born lo, and which ho is bound
to keep up."
"What a terrible birthright!" re
turned IIopo Desmond, laughing, as
the resumed her lace-work. and. tea
coming In at that moment, the conver
sation was Interrupted.
Hope hid been for four months
Mr. Savllte'k constant companion, and.
(nir'ng got over Ihe first almoit over
powering Inclination to fly from her
awful presence, every day added to
the iteadlnet of her nerve, and to her
Influence with her wealthy patroness.
She, too. rejoiced In Miss Dacre's de
parture for more brilliant fields of
conquest, as her constant demands on
her new confidante' time and sympa
thies were rather exhausting. The
village concert had been a great sue-
ccm, but the practlclnga which led up
to It had been an equally great trial,
Moreover, Captain Lumley'a manner
. bad caused her much annoyance. Pre
occupied feeling had at first blinded
her as to the true meaning of his at
tendons and efforts to escort her to
and from the Court and Inglefield
House; while the eelf-confldent hussar
waa enraged, piqued, nnd above all
fascinated, by the friendly, kindly un
consciousness of hla aunt'a attractive
companion. He had never met any.
thing like It before, and gradually pru
dence, worldllnes. every considers
tlon. became merged In an nil-devouring
desire lo conquer the smiling In
difference which baffled him. and to
revenge the endless slights he thought
he had received. At last he had torn
himself away, hoping to renew the at-
j tack with fresh effect on' his return.
Meanwhile, he masked hi batteries
under a very overt fllrtutlon with
Tlefore starting for the Continent
Hope had leave of absence for two or
three days, which ahe spent with her
friend Mlsa Rawson. These were a re
freshment to her spirit, and after
much confidential talk and some neces
sary shopping she returned to her
The welcome accorded her by the
self-contained mistress ot Inglefield
was warmer than ahe anticipated, Mrs.
Savllle had missed her pleasant com
ptnloushlp. Her presence eoothed
nnd aatlsfled the Imperious woman.
The alncere respect she evinced waa
so thoroughly a free-will offering that
It was more flattering to Mrs. Savllle
than the most elegantly turned com
pliment from a luminary of fashion.
"You will go on and prosper. I have
no doubt." were Mr. Rawson'a parting
words, the da) before the Intending
traveler started, when he had come to
Inglefleld on business.
"So far all goes fairly. If I can win
Mra. Savllle' confidence so complete
ly that she voluntarily mention her
offending son, I shall think I have
"It will be a long experiment, I fear;
but you have twelve- months before
"Yea; and who knows wha a day
may bring forth?"
Twenty-four hours later saw Mr.
Savllle and her companion dining at
Meurlce's. In the former'a youth the
hotel had been the favorite quarter
ot tho well-to-do English In Paris, and
aho never lett It. Hone Desmond had
often been In Parts before, but gener
ally in very loftily placed and diminu
tive, apartment; and her present lux
urious surroundings did not please her
as much aa they saddened by tha
memories and contrasta they evoked.
(To bt eeatlfiutd.)
Aycr's Hulr Vigor, new Iftv
proved formula, will certainly
stop falllnc of thc hair. Indeed,
we believe it will always do this
unless there is some disturb
ance of the general health.
Then, a constitutional medicine
may be necessary. Consult
your physician about this.
Pott not tfiiitt Ihe telar of iht hch.
yuaila wh battl
Ska- It ta yaar
Afk kin tai II,
The reason why Ayer's HsIrVleor stops
failing nstr is cecause it nrsiacsiroys me
term which ciuse this trouble. After
this Is done, nature soon brines about a
full recovery, restoring the hsir and
scalp to a perfectly healthy condition.
4k-1,J fl J
Alatrftma and Pouth Carolina each
have laws prohibiting the carrying of
pistols less than twenty four Inchcja,
CASTOR I A
Por Iafaats and Children.
The Kforf You Have Always Buglf
Bears tho Sjr JZStf-J
It Told lha Trnlk.
A countryman on a visis to Glas
gow, while walking along Argyll
street reading the signboards and the
tickets In the shop window, aafd to
hi companion, "Hoo can n' thae ham
shops be the best and cheapest? Every
yin o' them .say that, and the same)
wl' tho clotbts shops, tne. They am
J 1st a lot of lecars."
They continued along the street un
til, coming opposite a plumber's shop
with a big bill In the window with tb
words "Cast Iron Sinks" printed In
large letters on It. he exclaimed:
"Well, Jock, here yln that telU tho
truth at ony rate. Dut any half-witted
fool kens that cast Iron wad sink."
The bitter end In cigars la the last
Everybody la anxious to serve a rick
man wth a subpena.
One boarder claims the fruit salad
la Just another scheme for serving
When nice men are put up, bow
are we going to stop a woman from
voting for both candidates?
The Insurance company agrees ta
pay a certain amount to one widow.
Mrs. McCall How about your ser
vant girl? The last time I saw you
you complained about her being ta,
Mrs. Hiram Often Oh, abe'a pro
gressing. Mrs. McCall Indeed?
Mr, niram Offcn Yea, atie'a get
ting slower and slower. Catholic;
Standard and Times.
Ilouae nrabr Changed.
Opportunity had knocked at the door
of the man of genlua.
"You've made a mistake," aald th
man, recocnlilntr him. "The rUlng- pu
Ktllat you are looking for lives next
Touthfut Cuatomer fat book store)
What does "Ilrldgv Whist for Besln
Somber Salesman It will probably
cost you your entire wad. Chtcage
BREAKS A COLD IK A PAY.
And Cures Any Cough That Is CurabU
Noted Physician's formula.
This prescription is one of the very
best known to science. The Ingredient
can be gotten from any good druggist
or ho will get them from his wholesalt
Mix half pint of good whiskey witi
two ounces of glycerine and add ono
half ounco Concentrated plue compound,
The bottle is to be well shaken eaet
time and uied in does of a teaspoonfni
to a tablcspoonful every four hours."
Tho Concentrated plue is a spcelif
pine product and come only In halt
ounce bottles, each encloted in art air
tight case, but bo sure it is labolot
A Mild Hint.
Two gucata came to upend the even
ing and didn't know when to depart.
The host and hostess were patient
with them, very patient but when 11.
13 and finally 1 o'clock struck, th
husband realized that something must
be done. He was an original chap,
and In his droll way he looked over
at hla wlfA nml antil mtlillv
"My dear, hadn't we better get up
, to bed? Our friends may wast to b