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m what a brave s«lf-
incrificing person like himself might
be capable of, if disposed to wean
himself from this demoralizing hab
it. He said he had often tried to
break off from drinking, and was
free to admit that it never did him
any good It might, he said, uoort
an occasion like the present.tend to
quicken the blood, and prevent one
“In that case.” I answered, “if
used for the purpose of preserving
or prolonging life, it was to be re
garded simply in the light of medi
cine, not as an unnatural and per
nicious vice, m we must be Jed to
regard its habitual use."
He admitted he should be better
without it, and might be induced
to leavo it off, perhaps, if any one (
should take interest enough in him
to encourage him.
“Look!” he exclaimed, pointing!
to an abrupt elevation or swell in |
the ice field bdyond, “we are com-,
ing, now, to the last and worst reef of;
all! If we escape this, we are all
right, and shall be in W----- in half
Wa had commenced to ascend,
which presented the appearance of
an ordinary low elevation of the
earth's surface, covered with a fresh
mantle of snow We were soon at
its apex, and the next moment the
horse made a flying leap over the
“For God’s sake, miss, cling'to
tha dasher, or you will be lost!” j
shouted my companion, and I
threw myself desperately forward
nt tho suggestion, disengaging my-'
self from the warm fur wrappings
which had enveloped me and eaught
a firm hold upon the dash-board.
The movement wae not a mo-
nient too soon, for my salvation,
for the next instant the strong daali-
laiaid struck the thick jagged edge
of the chasm about middle wa v of
the curve, dropping the onlire body
of the cutter back into the fearful
Tho next instant the sleigh came
up with a tremendous jerk, that
seemed to wrench every nart of its
slender but tntigh frame-work, and
was hauled half-way down the
other tide of the reef on one runner,
before it rigUed.
When we had • | ure to collect,
onrselvcs after this jariloua—al-|
I have been troubled many year» with
disease of the kidneys and have tried
many different remedies and have
sought ai<! from different physicians
without relief. About the 15th of April
I was suffering from a very viotent
attack that almost prostrated me in
jmeh a manner that 1 was bent over.
When I Mt down it was almost impossible for me
to cot up alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kind Providence aent Dr. Henley, with the
OBMCON KIDNEY TEA, to my
hotel. I immediately commenced
using the tea.
It had an almost
miraculous effect, and to the aston
ishment of aU the guests at the hotel,
in a tew days,I am bappy to state,
that I was a new man.
recommend the tea to all afflict
as I have been.
G A- TUPPBJt,
Proprietor Ocr idea tai Hotel
Santa Rosa. Cal.
c / j
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moat miraculous escape, we found
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that the cushions of the sleigh, and
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“It I were to adviae you,” said every wrapper, robe and buffalo,
the station master, “I should say had been left behind us in the aw
stay where you are if you know ful chasm from which our power
when you are well off. We all ful steed had dragged us.
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know the lake never was more
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“But I must go,” reinsisted with and quiet. I was undoubtedly fast
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wild earnestness, fearing lest these sinking into that last chill sleep
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discouraging remarks might deter which precedes death by freezing,
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somewhat roughly awakened by my
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“I’m a little warm, miss,” said brave ansi generous companion.
rro rv>u more m j u'. r t -<1 v tl, r>
Harry Langley, apologetically;
He bad divested himself of his
hfo lifetime. Tm ? ;’ outul in v.i.
path« a, masterly d I.L' . l :* ««f g !; r
“only just enough, though, to keep overcoat, and was striving to wrap
vivid dcacrjpdot-8 « t 1 hew -nd irt it
Ibnlling amis’ il!r: !y wn uyht r.I.-ts
up my nerve and courage. If y<Ju me in it. He buttoned it snugly
Nook in intensely i: . • »’u ;
r c r
la without a r< t < ! r ry
say go, I’ll borrow an extra robe to around my half-frozen body, and
able woike. Nut ■ • ! . v i d tJ», 1
keep you from freezing, and come then commenced shaking and
far behind tho ag? it ah. It vr Jive,
I'a Lens' v
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round with my team in a jiffy.”
thumping me violently, till at .•remmm onr cimaoriberH is handsomely printed from cnijiely i * pl «t wi b nt w
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“By all means, if you are not length he ivas successful in partial iHlicd c rn
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afraid,” I answered eagerly.
ly arousing me from the fatal leth- □ AVID COPFERFiELD,
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uously. “I was never born in the ly sunk after the first cold chill had HICHOLA3 H!C!<ELBY,
DOMBSY AMD BCM,
THE OLD CURIOSITY SH ?P A!!.«
woods to be scared by an owl!” and struck me in my recently exposed BLSAK HOUSE,
A TALE OF TWO CITiEi -, hAft
he went off whistling through the state.
OUR MUTUAL ntEfiD,
TIMES ANU '-.'.Z i.ìYJ ! ErtY c
snow-storm with his companion.
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In the course of ton minutes he ning to nrousc from my involuntary a -ri<
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, i •-
came dashing up to the station lethargy, he began to talk loudly, «■crl.l. Vol Uiern >re Umtwaiida ot home. I> Ainoric.-i u»t yel eiipjliud r.ithte I :
ibe nau il high cn.l t.f «lie book, preventing people in moderate < io ituis ai\ c. I rout i t.j-iy toy
with his team, and I was soon care calling my attention to this or that, thi. luxury. But now, owing t I Um tide of modeln*itnprured | tinting, I hltitg m I i uteilli-g
icliinory, the extremely low price of white paper, ami tbo gn at oonifu tition in the book
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swathed in wraps of various descrip to prevent mo from sinking back of the wliieli
groat author’s werkv.
tions. Receiving the friendly good- into my former stupor; but in
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would rouse me again, with a gen
Irena La® Vara*
As we advanced the reefs, or tle or more determined shake as
cas, frnw ornici (
><« B*ra c»nrs <
openings in the ice above the sub
1« Ya® , Mm?ty
“Come, come!” he would say,
merged rocks, became more frequent imparatively, “rouse up, miss!
nnd dangerous, exercising all the You mustn’t go to sleep
muscular strength and agility of freeze if you do!” and then he
our fleet horse in carrying himself would shake me up again with,
and the cutter safely over the wide “Come miss, take a swallow from
this flask. It will quicken your
and perilous openings at the crown blood, and do you good!” And
ing points of the reefs.
twice, though I belonged to the
My driver drew his flask as often temperence division, I yielded to
ID. I,. KUirrLET A CO arc V.’bolmalo TtUorj, ejsd rocks
as every second mile and imbibed his importunities.
the ne.-t Clothing on Earth. In ca*o our goods cannot ba obtained
from your dealer, and yen xri-h to try ©v.r gond clothe«, «»nd us the
I To be Continued. |
some of the spirits it contained, 1
price 01 tho suit, and it v. :l l.e sen« by exproLS or mail, fy they d9
received, they ear be returned at our Krpense,
aid wj will cherfully refund the woiey. O-ir elogant apparel,
pressing upon me the importance of
quoted above, jj inado from substantial fabric®, hirooultuxly
Ina®:«!, perfect In fit, iu»d cut in i.vtolonabla ftyla All this,
doing the same to prevent freezing, THE CRY OF MILLi.'^.'Sl
together •v.uh substantial w> ...rmnslup, Is *hat has bail» up for
Mthf-».'i»a»-«f W«« Or.tar Busin«, ro in thd World. We clain.
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till I feared he would become inca-«,^
>> m Miu Cheapest Qlolblni; Hous« in America.
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lie: “Prince Tommy,” by John Russell Coryell;
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two short serials by Hjalmar Hjorth Soyooen.
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tion of lovers of the wonder-world, vix: tho
quaint tales told by Howard Pyle, and 00 admir
ablv Illustrated by him, and another series in a
dit er nt vein by Edward M. Bicknell. There
will oe short ftoriee by W. D. Howells, Thomae
Nelson Page, Mary E. Wilkins, Nora Perry, Her
riot Prescott Spofford, David Ker. Hesekiah
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