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“I deserve all vour reproaches,"
he murmured. ‘‘But surely yeu
could make some allowance for
“I could, of course, because I un
From The New York Weekly.
derstood. But----- ’
CHAPTER III. [C oncluded .]
FOR THE PRICE OF ONE.
‘•What else could I do?” he inter
They met frequently after that rupted. “Supposing you had been
afternoon, at balls, dinners, and a peasant as I thought you were,
theatre». Every day "found Lord
and I had stayed, how would it
Fairley more and more in love. have ended? Heaven alone knows.
FOB THIS YEAH.
He couid not tell whether she cared
I often thought of it afterward, and
for him or liked his society better
I was glad I went!”
than that of the other men with
“Perhaps you were right, aftT
whom she was constantly surround
all," she murmured dreamilv.
ed or not; yet sometimes, when
“What made vou think of play
they were alone together, sitting ing such a trick on me?” he asked.
out a dance in some dirnlv lighted
“I don’t know; a spirit of mis
FKICK«l.S5 PKKYe AJL
recess, he caught her regarding him ,
chief prompted me to do bo when
with a curious, half-sad, half-aues-
the Misses Bradley told me vou
THE SAN FRANCISCO
tioning gaze which puzzled him.
were coming to the dance, and I
The season was just t>eginning to,
determined to dress up as a peasant.
wane, when Lady Fitz James issued
I chose the name of ‘Malone’ be
cards for a fancy-dress ball. Lord
PRICK M.OO Pl.K YKAJK
cause there was a girl called Norah
Fairley received an invitation.
Malone working in the hous? 1
The scene at Lady Fitz James’ ¡made my poor old Mousie, the last
was gay and varied in the extreme. ‘ of a race of long suffering govern
Is a baudsotBe eight-
page paper. It it is»urd every
The lights shone on motley cos esses. play the part of hostess for
Thursday, and contains all of
tumes. fair faces, and sparkling the occasion.”
tne important news of the
jewels. Fairley, attired in a hand
week, gleaned frurc every quar
“And yet you never betrayed
ter of tbe globe, complete up
some costume of the time of George
yourself when we met in town,’’ he
to date of publication, It fur-
the Third, could not see Miss Wyn-
nishes the latest and most
nard anywhere in the throng, al
reliable financial newt and
“I had schooled myself too we 1
market quotations, at d gives
though he had looked anxiously for
special attenth n to hortieul-
I knew we must meet some time.
tural and agricultural news,
How odd it was. that first meeting
and is in every respect a first-
He was dancing with a pretty lit
in Ireland!” she went < on. “The I
slass family paper, appealing
tle Normandy peasant, when he
totbe interest of every member
place was mv mother’s, and I was i
saw, standing near the door, regard
of tbe household.
anxious to fix it up, and improve I
ing him with a sad, pleading gaze
the lot of my poor Irish tenants. I
Norah! She was attired in the same
I&acaa a W bkk )
am going over again this autumn.”
red petticoat and cotton bodice, her
Is a live metropolitan
"Wr»at an ass I was not to guess
daily. It ia the MOST RELIA
bair was rolled back in just the
BLE. and is recognized as
the truth!” cried Fairley.
same loose knot.
being the LEADING NEWS
I “I thought you bad found me out
PAPER of the Pacific Coast.
Lord Fairley started violently,!
when you remarked my hands,”
Either of the above papers we
and nearly stopped dancing. The
will send po-toxid as a pre
she said laughing. “Don’t you re
next instant the girl had disappear
mium on receipt of the follow,
ing subscription prices for the
ed. For one moment he thought
“Those dear hands,” replied Lord
he had seen a ghost, and a feeling
Fairley, kissing them passionately.
of half superstitious awe thrilled
him. His partner looked at him “They are mine now, darling, aren’t
AID iHIi PA?6R, PSI YEAR,
in astonishment, he had turned so ’they?”
And Norah answered:
\\ hen the dance was concluded
he wandered out onto the terrace
his brain whirling, his pulses throb
bing Suddenly he caught sight of
And ibis Pdjpr, p r Year,
OUR MIND I
a figure seated at the far-end of the
terrace, one arm resting on the bal
r't co "p Ted with
ustrade. the head drooping ■listless-
«’ p¡ curante of your
ly. lie hastened forward with an I
"Norah!” he whispered “Is it
“Yes!" she said. Then,
quickly aside, she burst into tears
Fairley ti>ok her hands ami held
them in a close clasp.
Is t a - Foundation of tbe Wonderful Cure»
by Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
“Oh. my darling, what does it
That is Why the cures by Hood's Sar-
mean? \\ ho are you really?”
’ roes longer
•ansnlla are C vbbs .
“1 am Norah Wynnaid;
That L Why Hood's Sarsaparilla eurea
time» better Than
laird Fairley— "
the srre-est cases of Scrofula, ball Hbeum
> ; res < leaner Stove an
t o her blood diseases.
“Oh. Norah, first let me tell VoU
’ur.es cheaper f'uiuh
That Is Why it overcome« That Tired
how I’ve loved vou, how I’vt longed
Fec'.’.nj, strengthens the nerves, gives
. cs L.nJicr
en r^y in plica of exhaustion.
for you! Ami I am not worthy of
► o ?
That is Why the sates of Hood's Sar-
I’a have increased year after year,
r h»esn’t keep it,
“And did you love me, then, be.
an.il it now requires for its production
' it.i loc and the largest Laboratory in the world.
fore—I mean in Irelond’”
“Yes; but it is all different,
d -vok tree.
loved you then, but not ar« I love I
you now Norah, do you care f »r
5RY ST..S.P., CAL.
‘ Y. s, Richard,” •he answered,
Is the only True Blood Purifier proml- I
quietly. “I loved you in Ire and;
nen"! ’ n t he public eye today. Be sure
top "o-'l's and only Hood’a.
but I didn't think you loved me
then—much You made me love
you in spite of mvaelf. But, sup i
posing 1 bud really l>eeii a p« a» mt,
would you have left me in the same
wav,^without a word?”
•’Ye» — I knew it must happen;
but, if I had really been Norah .Ma
lone. you would have broken my
- — a
heart, you know,'and would that
* « ■ * «
have been quite—quite geuer us?’’
W. D. HUFFMAN will be in Burna again this fall with f.
and Thoroughbred Bucks.
Will sell Grades from $3.50
to $6 per head. Thor
oughbreds $6 to $10.
Nervous Disease Characterized
by Involuntary and Pur
It Occurs Most often in Girls; is Often Hereditary,
but Articular Rheumatism and Scarlet
Fever Predispose to it.
From the Chronicle, Chicago, III.
Notwithstanding the poor are always with of the class that the-» was no lnncrr tny
Us. Thanksgiving is none the less a day of hope to be held out a> it was a mated v »kith
in this instance at least was incurable. It
rejoicing. Many charities have been dis wm therefore with a feeling of utter <it-pair
pense! and through numerous instrument that Mrs. Collier first began to aJtuiiiistcr
alities the necessities and sufferings of many the Pink Pills.
She says a perceptible chanceóme over
a worthy person nave l»een relieved. Absent
the little one before even the second bus liad
memliers of households reunite at the old been emptied and how after haring Bsedsii
homestead and gathered around the festal boxes her health is entirely restored. In tbe
board recount the incidents that have taken early part of her illness her intellect vss
very much clouded. She had become ex
place and 'the various blessings that have tremely dull of comprehension hardly real
been vouchsafed them,si nee they assembled at izing the meaning of words when addreaei
the last annual meeting by the same fireside. Seen to-day in the chee rful home of the Col
lier’s on Armour Avenue, she is the person-
It is a time for memory and for joy. Among ification erf health. Her nervoutuess»asen
the countless families of Chicago there is tirely disappeared, her intellect is bright,
perhaps, not one to-day that feels a deeper keen and active, her strength has returned
s< n-e of gratitude to the Giver of all good and the roses in her cheeksattest to the cota-
píete recovery of her bodily health.
and perfect gifts than Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
She is now ready to resume Iter music les
sons and as soon as tlte schools open after
Collier, of 4IAH Armour Avenue.
Mr. Collier, who is the electrician at the the holidays she will strain take up the
stU'lie- which she so suddenly left off <m that
Chicago and Rock Island Railroad shops in eventful June day. The sister-in-law of
this city caine here from Hamilton, Canada, Mrs. Collier. Mrs. Lewis, who was pn-ctit
a little more than nine years ago accom at the interview emphatically confirmed all
panied bv his wife and little daughter, their that Mrs Collier has said repirtttne ti e mm
only child Etta, then aged four. Little Etta anti present condition of little l.tw. ttd-itnt
waa a bright and beautiful girl, but uot a that a famous physician in Hamilt«« in
variably recommends Dr. M iiiianw rmk
very robust one.
For the last few years she had been some Pill« in such eases as this and many others
Mrs. Collier herself has for a number of
what ailing, but her condition was not such
as to create any uneasiness in the ininds of years been a constant sufferer from a fr™"*
which so far has baflbd tbe «til
her parents, who almost idolized her. In
the school she was regarded as one of the of the doctors, ami during a per»«- ■'■Jf?
brightest scholars of her class and was the than six months her husitand has expixM
envy of her class-mates. Although but a over two hundred dollars in fees for nwjb
little over twelve yetira of age. her intellect cine*. She has now begun the use of iff
wa- phenomenal. She wm p<re ««ed, how William«’ Pink Pills and while H is a» vet
ever. of a very nervous temperament which too early to announce a cure in her case sae
is frequently the case with children of her f<-els so much improved as to expretw tbe tc
advance! intelligence. Early in the month lief that her physical troubles will shortly
of June la«t, owing to a sudden fright, she l>e of the past. These are s-.me of the rra-
was thrown into violent spasms, to recover sons why the Collier family return tlianU
only to be atllieted with St. Vitus’ dance in on thia our national day of praise
, , , _
the worst form. The consternation of her festivity.
The al-ove is a correct statement of Bra
parents may well he imagined.
Of course the be«t physicians were sum concerning thy little daughter and mysea
M rs . A. Cou-it«-.
moned at once but their ellbrts to re-tore her
Subscribed and sworn to before ■>«
to her normal condition were devoid of re
sult«. She continued to grow worse, her 2nd day of December, W95.
appetite wh-dlv failed and commencing with
her right arm her whole right «ide and lower
Dr. Williams* Pink Pill« fi r Psi» •’“P*
limb became limp, numb, and useless ami
what little nourishment she was able to take are sold by all dmprists. Tbo«’*"?
had to be administered by others. To add of boxes have been di«l«*ci <• «“
one of the few remedies a hie t
to the seriousness of the ease she was unable
cut in price during the recent dr««»» ,
to obtain any -lerp whatev
It was while in this dep -»ruble condition This fact show« that the prnc » V'P" ,G
hovering between life and death with all reach of all. Their cure« are
the prospect.« of a premature grave before permanent. They are an unfail«»« .
her. that one diyon returning home from for such diseases a« te»»nn*v ata ■ *- P»r
hi.« duties» Mr. Collier found awaiting him a paralvsis. St. Vitns’dance, »rial i
newspaper, which an old acquaintance in gia. rheumatism.
Hamilton, his fimner place of residence, had tat ion of the heart, pale and sail own I
ion«, nervous prostration and J 1
sent to him by mail.
In the local columns Ire remi of the case ■ feeling,” which isa result of th»
of a certain person he had known years be also is a permanent cure for all
fore having been permanently cured of the suiting from vitiated hi m-'reof t
complaint of which his own daughter was »uch asscrofula. erysipelas and like«. *
now suffering, bv tbe tree of Dr. Williams' disea.«es peculiar to wornen. «’<' h «- P fc
Pink Pills for ’’de People. He had often sions, irregularities and all fi«raMi
heard and read b f »re marvellous accounts nera. The pills build up tb» ra»£»'
of the eff -icy of this remedy Imt a« no thicken th» blood and *»"•< ”
namra with which he wa« p onaHy familiar through tbe veins with ren»«»” ‘
aptresrad. he mW »mly »loubu-d but positively one very peculiar thinsr »hoot thi- ■
'it< relieve,! th -’-itemen-«. But here before that there are wo unpeas«»« »ft- *
»li« eyra w-is -p-rent rvMence from one he Thousand« of former sufferer« *re ’ .-j.
knew. H- therefore lo«t no time in mak parrar to know that they »re »«rad
mav take them with P»rfr«?
. • nfi
ing s«~nrinee d.tubly sti-e and as ««»on as he rer Thr^
pill« are laannfiu-tnred bye» *
'• irn-si that the <4ory »» abso'utelv tnre.
.re I -t no ti-irein procuring ’Ire pink Pills Hams’ Medicine Comnanv. *'h*?T* .
•r !o« ¡ii
g <i.<ui'h'«-r. This wa« on the Y, and are w»M rally i-
u rer. Prior tr> thi« date and firm’s trade-mark and wrapper
aft-- co »«lilting <1 •ct«»’» of different ■»■hools a box. or ox boira **£*L”u
•>f m di'-itre. he had taken her to the Hom»*- mW in bulk. The public shoaM b»«^,
op»' ic Di«rrenre«rv where her case wa» dim fraudulent imitations as "»'"V" ,
nredirane comreinies have ««• “
ei«s--l bt ail the nrember« of the faculty low.
who unanimously declared in the presence for iaferi-w imitate-es.