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P. F. STENGER.
The Winterdyne Ghost But before he could say anv more
Ralph Odell made his appearance,
and Miss Gilroy took his arm, and,
BY ALLENA AL'DI.EY.
with one long glance from her
bright eyes in La,lv Blanche’s direc
Prom New York Weekly:
Winterdyne House was one blaze tion, she had moved away, and was
Its magnificent rooms— lost amid the throng of people.
parlors, library, music, and recep
She had been rewarded, however,
tion rooms— were brilliant with by seeing the rosy color leap a^ain
bright faces and gay attire.
to the cheeks a moment before so
On the lower stair, under the pale, and the languid eyes grow
light of the great chandelier, stood bright with an unwonted excite
a charming young woman, gazing ment.
with vivid emotion at the scene be-
The evening was at an end at ,
fore her. As the crowd swayed last, and Lady Blanche had re
back and forth she obtained an oc- tired to her own room. There was
casional glimpse of her friend Lady a light tap on tiie door, and, open
Blanche Winterdyne, who, attired ing it, Frank Gilroy stood on the
in pale lilac satin and pearls, was threshold. “May I come in?” she
receiving with gay smiles the guests said, softly.
invited in honor of her home-com
“You need not have knocked to
ing as a bride.
ask that,” Lady Blanche said,
Sir Hugh, who was fifteen years
throwing a shawl over herentbroid-
older than his wife, and who detest
¡ered wrapper. “You know you are
ed parties and crowds of evtry de
scription, hail assumed for the oc
“I confess that I guessed as much
casion an expression of contempt,
1 have only just left Ralph! You
which deceived every one but Miss
would hardly guess what he has
Gilroy. Even Lady Blanch felt
been showing me?”
bored at last, but at that critical
“No,” Lady Blanche said, sighing
moment, when she began to weary
of the endless procession of new
“It was your picture, darling—
faces, she caught sight of that pret
| the one you had painted for hili)
ty f ice on the stairs.
Contrary to all rules, she laid one j when you were first enga------ ”
ers onj : ’
America, by Theodore Child, will be conta *'
in Harper’s Magazine during the greater u'
of the vear 1891. She articles on Soothert
ifornia. bv Charles Dudley Warner, will J
Among other notew*ti “
traction» will be a novel by Charles
Craddock; acollection of original drawin»
W. M. Thackeray, uow publiaheii for the . <
time; a novel written and illustrated by . ji
du Maurier; a novellette by William
Howells; ami a »erics of papers of paper.- ■
London by Waller Besaut.
In the number und variety of illustrate
per» and other article» > subjecl»of tin
teregt. as well aain the unrivalled chars«., jj
its »hort stories, pooms. etc-, HAargs's'
zine will cotitinue to maintain that r«
excellence forw-hieb iteu
Range—tirant county, Oregon.
P II,—-Riirna. Grant county. Oregon
ALMEDA A. STENGER
n Left Bide; circle-
A Split in
Combine» the juice of the B.ue Figso
California, so laxaliv- »>'<1 nu.tr‘2!“^;
with the medicinal virtues of plant
known to be most
human system, forming the OM Y 1 L
FECT REMEDY to act gently ye.
promptly on the
KIDHETS, LITER MB
Cleanse the System Effectually,
— SO THAT
REFRESHING SL. EP,
HEALT H and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask youl
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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Range—Hsrnev and Grant county Oregon
p. o—Burns. Harney couuty. Or._________
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pendent b «arl-k/y^aa
died f from
Late Commissioner of Pensiona.
PATEN a io.
PERSONAL AND PROMPT
ATTENTION GIVEN TO PAT
ENTS, CAVEATS, TRADE
NO FEE UNLE-S PATENT
IS SECURED. CORRESPOND
II o II rtm
white hand eagerly on her husband's'
613 & Gift 7th Stroot, H. V7.
[Opposite U. S. Patent Office,]
$IOO Kewurrl. SUH).
arm. and begged him to see that
WASHINGTON, D. C.
wa v was made at once for her dear
t’pHeptic Fit% Talling Sickness Hyster
friend, Frank Gilroy,
ics St. Vitus Dance, Nervonsness,
The readers of T he H erald will
A ¥ 1. A IC ! I undertake to briefly
Iteiii-li any faiily intellig»-iit |.« r.-t-n of either
.«ex. v I-«’« < .tn read und \«itte,ai;d who,
“Who did you say, my dear?” be pleased to learn that there is at
Hypochondria, Melancholia, In*
|afu-r iiiMrn« tiuu.will work imiustrioualy,
_ how to t arn 'Hirer I how*: n««
her husband asked, turning toward least one dreaded disease that
YTar in theirown !«•• «lilies.w h« r«-» er they live.I w ill also furnish
ebrity, Sleeplessness Biz-
the situation or einpl«>_vinent,ut w hi. h « <-u »-an earn that amount.
No money f«»r me unh-s« •uccrsal«ii ns above. Eabilyntiil quickly
science has been able to cure in all
ziuess Brain anti Spi
h-amed. I deeirr but one worker from each district «‘rcounty. I
h«»e already taught mid provided with employ nu n: a large
Do you not see its stages, anti that is Catarrh.
numbrr, who me making over JilCOti a «rrrearh. It s A 1-AV
• nd SO’.I
l ull parficulnra Fit FF. Address at once.
F.. <’. AI«I«FV. I’«»«r 4580. Aiiuiaslit, Muiliv
her standing there on the lower Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the only pos
stair? She was to come down with itive cure now known to the medic
ThK medicine has direct action
Ralph, and they have
al fraternity. Catarrh being a con the nerve centers, allaying all irritabili
ties, and increasing the flow and powet
«titutional disease, requires a con- of nerve fluid. It is perfectly harmles.«
People submitted to be pushed a' .«titutional treatment. Hall’s Ca and leaves no unpleasant effects.
Valuable Book on Nervous
little aside when they understood tarrli Cure is taken internally, act L | J L L A
WIRE R0PE SELVAGE
Disease« «ent free to any address, WIRE
and poor patient» can also obtain
it was at Lady Blanche's request,] ing directly upon the blood and f ] M
IIL r I m this medicine free of charge.
This remedy ha» l>een prepared by the Reverend
and Sir Hugh went himself and' iniicotis surfaces of the system ’astor
Koenig, of Fort Wavne, Ind., since UT^ and
s now prepared under his direction by the
brought back Miss Gilrov on his thereby destroying the foundation
KOENiC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
arm, looking very modest and fright of the disease, and giving the patien*
Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle. 6 for S3,
«■tied, but ten times more beautiful strength by building up the con E>arge Size» • 1.75. 6 Bot tics for 99.
stitution ami assisting nature i
Lawns, Gardens, Farms, Ranches and Railroad;
“My dear Frank,” said Lady doing its work. The proprietor« 1^ ■ ■ ■■ 4D “AMAKESIS " gtrex Irvtnnt •or
PRICES INDUCED. Sold by deniers. FREIGHT TAIL
ain-lH-f iiik I is mi intallilno
rtcMI LIEN’S I’Ol L.TRY NETTING. New thin»
Blanche, without lowering her voice, have so much faith in its curativ« Il I I ■ W Cur* fhr Pile*. l‘rie.-?l Hy So sasrgins:! No bagging’ Extra Heavy Selva«’
.’be McMullen Woven Wire Fence Co., Chicago, DI
w ■ I
l»riiirgi«Ts<>r rami. Simpl.-«
a «afre«. A'Mn-ss" AMKt>l«.”
did not Ralph succeed in finding powers, t h at t hev offer One II u ml ret’ I 1 I
Ba ■■ aw Box 241t>, hew \ oi k City
You, or have you snuoed him?”
Dollars for anv case that tt fails to
“He eiime with me as far as the , curt*. Send for list of testimonials
head oj the stairs, and was sudden
Address, F. J. C heney «tCo..
ly called away. Rachel beckoned Foletlo, O.
to him, she added, sinking her
Sold by Druggists,
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent business conducted for Moderate l ee«.
voice almost to a low whisper, “and
Our Odice •« Opposite U. S. Patent Office,
1 told him I didn't mind coming
and we can secure patent in less time than those
f rtiHBO O0 « «ear is bring made by .lohn R
remote from Washington.
Go«.tl« In, I rvy ,N A ..at «»«»ik t«-r ua. lUatle
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
down alone. I should have waited
you mat n<i make as mu« h, but v»e <a
tion. We advise, if patentable or not. free of
track y.»uqui« kly hour laraia fVumlii
* IO a • ’*»
the atiirr, and Inore a» y ou ,
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
tor him though, if you had
I*..th •<*«■•, ail agr«. lu an.« part «
A P imnhlet. ‘‘How to Obtain Patent«.’’ with
Amrrka. «ou «au r«*iuiu« tur al lióme, gi«
names ofactaa) clients in your State, county, or
asked Sir Hugh to come forme.
iug ali ><-ur iiuM*,«-r »1 are moments oui« t
town, sent free. Address.
tl«e «a < « k A H i» ni v Girat )-ay MM f.
Every particle of color hail v
m.iylblM l «»Il l. SI lïl-ll» Iran...
|-A Ut II I I A l,s «UH
A.|.!r... ,« .
isheil from I.adv Blanche's exqui
MIVM>V a «O,, I OUI LAX«. «AlXa.
Opposite Patent Office. Washington. 0. C.
¿«ICA.«, n union SÇUAfit. H. Y
site face. It was no longer a sum
FOR SALE BV
mer rose, hut n lily touched by the PENSION. POSTAL. LAND and
NEW HOME 8EWING MA
CHINE CO., 72.'» Market St..
“I wonder, Mias Gilroy, if you
San Francisco. Cal
will ever put any faith in us, since
Kitlph has failed in proper atten
LAW OFFICES OF
tion thia tiratnight of your arrival?”
“Oh, Sir Hugh, do not suppose I
am so easily hurt. I came here for
the sake of emo ing myself, and I
•houhi be «sham« d if such a little
VNDRR THE DIRECTION OF
thing could put me out.”
THE ONLY TRUE
“But, mv dear Lady Blanche, \V R HEARST. (Editor and Pro
what could Rachel have wanted prietor San Francisco Examiner.)
Ralph for?” asked Sir Hugh, a JOHN WEDDKRBURN, M anagen
obtnin r*rents, Caveats, Trade
puxxled look crossing his face.
t»!S F. Street, Northwest Washing
“Oh, for any «me of a thousand ton, I>.
Mill pra, tree tn «bn «nprvme Court et the
things!” laught-d Mis.« Gilroy, mer I'nitrd
tb« BT dr 4 i mrala’afha
»>«-.■*, the < < nrtClaim«, ihr several
Llv*r and «Marya and SretDr* tha
l,.ur>»ot th« District «if Colnmt't«. before Com-
Hr«!th M»d Vty«r*rVr«Hh Iiyspstpsi^
rily interrupting him. “Domestic mltlte »t « onsn-ea. and th« Eze<uiive l»epTs.
Hank of AppMito, la<iigWMftoa.
L ck ot Ktrwngth gn.l lirwd
machinery does not alwavs work
We obtain Pensions and Patents,
Fr* ing absolu to lye trod.R«>ar%
■luaciOR and nRrvwi rre-ira
smoothly, and you would not sure fndian Depredation Claims and all
a-w form. Fnlivwn«th* «rood
nd sup ».baa Bra n Power.
ly desire anything to go wrong this classes.« of Land Claims, Mining.
I A |j I I ETC la
paru jar to their «ri w II ’t.nj
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REST IM TH« WORLD.
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