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band? You must be dreaming, Mr.
j America’s Great Danjfi
is a high-spirited girl, ana
and may re
sent the diffidence which made me
“Not if my proxy gave me a cor
afraid to propose to her in person. rect version of the interview of the
AN ENGLISH COMNEirrLRr.
BY MK8. GEOfcOE CORBETT.
What fools men can be when they
Said an eminent English scientatwct^J
___ took place between
From New York Weekly
ara in love. Ah! there he comes u. i JMWV*
«The dauge. that confronts theg.«atAoJJ
you yesterday. He told me that f ?
to the person submitting the
can people to day is not the possible ■
last. Now to know my fate! If you accepted my proposal without
most meritorious iuvoutiou
tion of a wrong financial policy
during the preceding- month.
nation, or the spread of socialism. »¿I
WK SK<TJRK PATENTS
“I believe it ¡8 only about a his glum face is an index, I have the slightest hesitation.”
FOlt INVENTORS, and the
Increase of corruption among public ^.1
month ago,” answered Gladys, who been
object of this otfer is to en-
tUJhM* ar* bad enough, to be inrt.ul
had barely pa-; “But I have never seen anyone
eoura*wpersons ui an incent
they are as nothing c. mpared to the te’^1
was aa much at cross purposes as tience to wait until Kenneth enter-' w^°
ive tui-n of min.I. At the
such an unusual message
same time we wish to Impress
nintntlai disease—I liad almost »ail
he was. “But there is plenty of ed hi* sitting room, so anxi tin was a8 a n,arriaK* proposal to bring to
the fact that
C>'ime-of overwork. Themed ruhi'l
!'■ | wealth is act ata killing pice,.
time to make up ene’s mind in a he to know what he had to tell me’ and’ in an* ease’ 1 shoulfl
' i fall by the way every year.
it’s tlie Simple,
month, and I really thought him him.
n°t be likely to accept anybody by
You are likely to bo one cf the victiBW W
Trivial Inventiotig }
llow do we know ? because it is the -ltr I
to find a man or woman «.f adult jTf, I
“Oh, indeed! Then you are quite | - “Come! out withit, Kenneth,
Clarkson was b“- >
—such f»s Do I ong's Hook ¿k
n™.»* his r. proposal?
.1 ’ ' he 8aid’ hastily.
1 < this time
perfect health. Nervous Ciso?tkr?\ t ■
Have I been re- coming
and Eye, “Seo that Hump," 3
prepared to accept
convinced that there w : ib J
spreading with fearful rapidity. An.ong^ I
“Safety Pin." “Figs m Clu-(>
“Certainly. Dont Itellyouthat (fuRed?
var.” “Air llrake.” •’<•
< » symptoms, are—Backache, Riiionsnfet
t something wrong somewhere, and I)
Almost ■ very ono conro'vcs < ,
Hands and Feet, Dizziness Hot ri.sl^ I
I have been waiting for it? Stay!
. .. ¡and he stammered rather than
9 other. Why not put it.in prao- , > I Fluttering Sensath n, Fainting, BwS I
there are, of course, certain pecuni given without any of the elation
tical us«,? YOUK talents may ?> i Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, J|«i I
, . ,
. spoke his next question
lie Iu this direction.
choly, Failing Memory, Palpitation, Rb» I
which , the
mako your fortune, why not . ,
mutism, Sh- rt Breath, Sleeplessness, 5^ I
“Surelv Kenneth Saxon was )
“You need n*t trouble about warrant, you hsve been accepted
.) fVWrite for further Information nn<l Q votis Dvspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fit»,
R ev . C. A. C arroll , pastor First bwit |
mention this paper.
them, Miss Young. 1 have Clark with eagerness, and I had no trou- ^t>re’
—!*— as fulu - H
Yellow Springs, »■»
<>.. - writes
But he came on
son's authority for stating that he ide whatever in delivering my mes «
“ I have u>ed Dr. Miles’ RestorativeNer. ^
with an engage
. . “ _____
if ir| | business
for the past six months. I find it acll
Philip W. Avirett, Gen. M-jr.,
intends to be most liberal in pecun
her yourself j
Y - ou are to . see
a charm on the whole nervous intent, 1 S
ment I have been apply ii g for. He
618 F Street, Northwest,
have not found its equal in giving
w <W"The responsibility
■>! »..> ■i.inpiiny
O. C. ll relief. Dr. Miles’ little Nerve and Lira I
came from Mr. Clarkson.”
“Oh, isn't that lovely? And it’s
“Isn’t that lovely!”
Pills only need a trial and th»v will recone ft
“He came from me! Don’t you
n ay !><■ ju<lg«‘<l by it.«- ■».. t tuar it* • i
really an engagement?”
mend themselves to be tl.e best pills in the III
“That’s just what she said.”
»tiM-k is bebi byovri i.< thuusanil
know that my name is Clarkson —
i f the leading
n. the (?
“Certainly, if you are willing to
“Did shh—really? I say, old fel I Clarkson Dean?”
“ For five years I have suffered from 5*. I
be t party to it.”
low. you've done me no end of “ser I At this confirmation of a horrible
vons P.ostration, I was unable to work or H
ale« p. The first dose of Dr. Miles’ Reston«- H
“And when can I see him? 1 vice and I shall te grateful all my
doubt that had begun to assail her,
live Nervine gi- e nt-relief, and cne thu i
want to come to a difinite arrange life. Of course, you’ll le best
Sand dollars would not covert! e go< dill« I
1 poor Glady* turned so pale that
done mo.”—JOHN MINCHER, Youngs- I
ment as soon as possible, Do you man.”
that Clarkson feared she about to.
think I might go and see him to
“Thanks; I’m afraid I must ask I fall, and would have gone to her |
Miles’ Restorative Nervine is un 1
A “AXAKESIS’’gives instant
equalled in curing Nervous Diseases. It I
vou to excuso me.”
3 reitet and is an inr«.;*
assistance, had the not waved him
contains no opiates or dangerous (bugs. Sold j
k Cure for Piles.
‘ Excuse you,, why? You lik”:h.ck.
“Well. I don’t know. Miss Young
A Drmriristsorrariil. t'nmnie on a positive guarantee by all druggists,« '
■ free. Address“ AAA K LSÍS,’-
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lud.
F Box 21 Iß, New York City
I'm not so sure that it would it l>e Miss Young, don’t you?”
I “Do vou mean to tell me that
But Kenneth's feeling bad . . Mr. Saxon had no messege from
quite the proper thing for you to
enough for one day, and he r
. ° _
do. I had better see Mr. Clarkson
first and tell him that my mission I felt a sudden access of emotion that tre, fo> me?”
has l»een entirely successful. Then
“1 n [»eat that he was here entire- »
he will call and 9ee you himself to-1 intolerable to him.
'lvatmy request, and if there has
morrow morning, and you can ar “I must be off now,” he said,.des i been a mistake, pray let me rectify
range details between yourselves.” peratsly, and there was something it now. I have loved you ever1
“Yes, that will l>e best. And tell in his dejected manner that snd since the minute 1 first saw you.
To every person send
him that it's a difinite engagement." denly revealed the whole truth to and—"
ing us the an t of
“Oh, that’s 1*11 right As you Clarkson Dean.
“Oh, Don’t!” she moaned. “1
“Good heavens,” was the latter’s cgn’t l>ear it! I shall never get ever one yearly subscription to The H erald together with ten cents extra,
say, it’s a definite engagement
But I’d better be going now. I hav«* reflection. “I do believe he loves this humiliation. And I suppose we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1895. Singlecopiu
for .Ü the horrible «W ». ordered at tbi. office for 25 conte
her himself! What a brute be
done all that 1 can. and 1 feel—’’
be despises ma f_............. ............
Poor Kenneth was going to say 1 mi’*l have thought me.
tilings I said! Do you know I told I
that he felt rather upset at the! But Janv regrets on Kenneth’s 1 him I expected his message; that I
eagerness with which his friend’s ' score had no chance of being ex was delighted to receive the propos
proposal hv proxy had la*en accept plained to that much enduring ' al he brought to mej that pecun
ed, and at the certainty that his young, for he left the place without, iary considerations were of impor
• wn faint hopes were shattered any further ceremony, and etrod»* I taiice in the matter? Oh. dear! 1
But he thought better of it, and toward his own residence.
, think 1 diall go mad! and to think
welcomed the girl’* jubilant inter tin the following morning Gladys | that Kenneth could have the heart
took especial pains with her toi'et, | to bring me a proposal from anyone
“Don’t imagine that I am not for she wanted to make as go«»d an | Jse.
grateful te you,” she cried. "You ¡impression as possible upon Mr. i By this time the girl was crying
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en of delight.”
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departure the best
Kenneth Saxon quitted Miss lor when the servant announced “a course for himplo persue. . So he
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Young's presence, feeling more dis gentleman to see Miss Gladys,’ quitted the room at once, i, leaving]
gusted than lie had ever dreamed it and, rising eagerlv to meet the the Glanya to sob out her rage ar.«l liu-
STUDENTS everywhere. ?
possible to feel with her, and pulled atrical manager, she was astonish« d initiation at her leisure.
bis mustache quite savagely, as he to see Mr. Dean approach her with
Has Reached Such a State of Per- W
“The Tact of the matter is that
striale toward Clarkson Dean’s a beaming face that oespoke per-
are ¡n |ove wjth each other,
fectlon That it is a Veritable
Encyclopedia of Fact*, Stati«- \
feet satisfaction with the
I have been slow not to per
tics and Events Brought n*' vn <
"Well, if she isn't the most nn-r world.
iceive it hefo**e,” he though. “But
to January First, I89S.
cenary little wretch it was ever my
. nry name isn’t Clarkson Dean if I |
HE 1895 volume is a whole liorvry J
lot to meet," he -eflected. “She I
before the door was closed la* don't put matters right now.”
in itself. One can hardly think
never invuirvd if In love«! her, but hind the servant; “how shall 1
Mr. Dean must have been as
a question it cannot answer. It tellr $
thought of |w*cuniary matters from thank you enough for making me geeti as his word, for when the writ-
all about party platforms, election sta ■
th«- start. Not much need, either, so happy.”
e: last heard of Miss Young, she
tistics, the new tariff, religions of the
to beat alwiul the hush with a girl
And then. In-fore the a mated girl was engaged to be married to Ken-
population everywhere, state and
who tells you plump that she has could fathom his intentions, he had I neth Saxon. The manager of the
statistics, occupations of /
been expecting such a message. I her in his arms, and was kissing Mysian Theatre has never offere«!
men, foreign matters, literature, science ’
don't believe she cares a straw for her passi matelv.
her an engagement But as she
and education. ( . It is . , .
him, although she has accepted
But he was toon convinaed that has given up all thoughts of going
him It's a purely mercenary bus- he had made a mist ike. for the on the stage, that doesn’t matter.
inesa on her side, and it is a bless voung lady whom he thought to l»e
Miss Eva Young cannot umler*
ing that I didn’t pmpnse to her mv- his plight«*«! wife struggled wildly stand her sister’s failure to appre
self, *e*ing that 1 am. by compari- to free herself from hi* embrace.1 ciate Mr Dean. The latte is n ny ;
swn «»ith Clarkson, only*a poor and. as so«m a* her were free, she more in love with Eva than h8e\*
gave her adorer a push that sent was with Gladys, and when he pro»
Clarkson was looking through him staggering from her.
poses to her he will certainly n*»t
“How dare you!” she panted, fu do *o bv proxy.
th«- window, which commanded a
view «»f the street, for th* return of riously. “What reason have 1 ever
his old friend All the while Ken given you to suppose that 1
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
neth had been away, hr had been allow you to kiss me?”
tortured by the conviction that be
“Why what better
had taken a foolish »tep in pro iished reply
drums T fifes ,
reason cwul«i Vou give me than to
posing by proxy.
“I ought to have popped the ques accept me (or your future husltasd?'
JOHN F. STRATTON,
“Accept you for my future hue- c****^»* •< 1.an.tn.si?t stsst ,a.v
lion myself," he muttered. "She
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