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- Bt MBS. ALICE t
I Author of "A Waif from the Sea," "Her Brljhteat Hope,"
K "Wayward Wlnnefred," etc.
In the dhnneii of the shsdowy hall
after the outer glare she scarcely no
ticed the form that loomed before her
until two armi encircled her and ehe felt
herself drawn Into her father, embrace.
"Claire, my darling child !" exclaimed
the old tnan ferrently; "how happy, how
mnH.rihlr hDDT I am to-dayt Dr.
riMitiim haa lust left your mother. He
hmm mad a thorough examination, and la
entirely eatfofied with her condition. A
great change hae taken place In her,
whth hm aaauree me will be permanent."
Claire etrussrled out of that fond em
brace, and etared at her father in amass
"What do yea meant" ahe faltered;
-.r, u v fhnt moths-'a life waa In
. a v
"We hve purposely kept you In Ignor
ance of the facta," waa the smiling re
"hut now that all danger la past, I
can epeak frankly. Yes; we entertained
the eravest fears for your poor mother'a
life. Greshain warned me that our mis
erable poTerty waa killing her by mcnea.
"Killing her!" gasped the girl; "kill
"Tea. mr child; and her sanation la
Ana to the thoujrht of your marriage,
your happiness to this respite of peace
nlr turned away with a ghastly pal
lor overspreading her countenance, which
the dim light of the hall served to con
fab and ataairering towarda the stair
case she supported herself for a moment
upon the newel-post.
"Merciful heaven!" she thought, her
brain In a dizzy, sickening whirl; my
refusal to marry eignifiea our return to
the misery of poverty, and tnat win ain
my mother. Father, if I have been of
ndrantaire to you. do me a favor in re
turn!" She paused an instant for breath,
and then went on swiftly: "When Mr.
Courtlandt aaks for me, beg him to ex
cuse me; say that I am overcome with
diffidence anything you choose, so long
as I do not see him until to-morrow.
Father, will you do this for me?"
"Certainly, my child," waa the sur
prised rejoinder; "you shall not be dis
turbed to-day, I promiae you. But,
Claire," he added hastily aa she relied
the etair rail and aprang up a few steps,
"Claire, there is something it la our duty
to Inform you of to-day'."
"Ym. yea; I know!" she panted, glane-
tna back at hie anxious face; "you mean
the Door little child whom we have to
reooanlze. I aarae to fc; I will receive
tlm whenever Mr. Conrtlandt sees fit to
l.rtne him to me."
A.od mm It pmUmem mod tortltuda hmd
alike departed, ahe Bed up the staircase
and vanished in her chamber, locking the
door behind her.
No less mystified than relieved. Philip
Burgess gazed after the white robe with
1t fluttering violet ribbons until it waa
loat to view.
"She knows all!" he muttered; "who1
oould have told her?"
In apite of the Innumerable questions
with which he waa plied concerning
Claire's mysterious disappearance, the
old man was aa good aa his word, and
Insisted upon his daughter being left undisturbed.
i AU that day and until the following
morn In if Claire's wedding mom peace
and auiet reigned throughout the Bur-
cess mansion. It was not until Martha
Dunn entered her young mistress' cham
ber at 8 o'clock that the very ffcadows
that lurked In the radiant sunlight were
startled by the tidings that she brought
down to Philip Burgess.
"Send for the doctor!" cried the faith
ful creature; "Miss Claire- Is 111, very ill
and looks as If she were dying!"
It waa no exaggeration. Poor Claire
iiad nassed a night the horrors of which
must ever rem sin a secret with her, so
that when the dawn broke it found her In
Greshain, upon his arrival, aSded fuel
to the fire of excitement by atatlng that
Claire might be able to be dressed and
stand long enough to be married In the
house, but be should forbid her making
the exertion of going to church, as she
anlirbt expire on the way. To Luclan
Conrtlandt, who drove hastily over upon
the receipt of the startling tidings, the
wily doctor aald:
"It will be Just aa well, perhaps, for
you to make no public parade of the cere
many, since I am Informed that your
first wife Intends to be present"
"Sylphlde here!" gaaped Courtlandt,
"She la ataying at the village Inn under
the name of Mrs. Hastings. So the soon
er and more quietly the affair la gotten
over the better!"
Dr. Greeham'i advice waa followed
In every particular, and while the little
church In the village waa filling with a
crowd of townsfolk, curious to see the
strangers from the city, the clergyman
was speeding away In bis carriage to sol
mnlze the wedding ceremony ait Elm-
When they bad attired her In her
anowr robes of costly satin, with the veil
and orange btoneoma In her hair, her ap
pearance waa so absolutely ghastly that,
but for the nervous flashing of her rest
lees eyes, she might well have been mis
taken for a lifeless bride wrapped In the
erementa of the grave.
The moment bis experienced eye rested
upon her livid fsce, Dr. Oresham whla
oered to the clergyman in attendance:
"Be as expeditious aa posrible; I have
jny (loobts whotiber she lasts until the
But In that he was mistaken. With
remarkable nerve Claire kept her feet at
C'otuttandt'a aide. When, however, the
1t "amen" waa pronounced, she sway
ed blindly, and bad not ready banda plac
ed her gently In a chair, she would have
And vet not word had Wen exchang
ma htween the bride and groom, and
though Luclan Courtlandt would have
rted aa many years as you have kflovra
her days. But, my good sir, you have
but one wife, aa your child haa but one
mother aiM I am ahe!"
"Sylphide," he faltered, advancing a
step, but pausing abruptly aa though her
accusing eyes distilled some baleful Influ
ence; "Sylphlde, why are you here?
What have you come to do?"
"Why am I hereT" came the sharp re
tort; "are you aware that It la two mortal
weeka since I have aeen either you or my
son? I am here to aatlafy myself that I
I have not been forgotten. Since I have
been separated from you. she continued
pfceously, "I have become as one mad;
the strangest fandea have taken posses-
sion of te. I Imagine that you have
abandoned me forever, that I ahall never
aee you again; a fiend keeps whispering
In my ear that they have atolen your
ViBr am4 mv -hllii' hrt from me.
been glad to have apoken some reassuring jIatTen n,lp nM( i doubt the very sun-
wows to tne sufferer, uresnrm uumcu whJch u all tn4 warmth I have left
him out of the room with the murmured lif
words: I she pressed her handa upon her eyes
"Leave her alone for the present; she . instant, as though etrlvlng to blot
needa rest." I ont some hideous nrosDect: then, remov
Later In the afternoon, when the eun . th.m ah. ,n..i,i in OW4oned dee-
sent it oiooa-rea iance wruugu vw . erl(on.
ed blinds of that atately Uower-scentea .rw, muit be an end to thla! When-
drawing room, the widow ooumanat - horrible vagaries overpower
found herself alone with the bride. Ap- m j ttust D4 placed that I can see
preaching the chair where Claire lay ap- I yovu petk t0 you
parenuy ki in a usy umui, t "Impossible!" he Interposed, nnniy.
aald with tender solicitude: . "ti'hlle Claire Uvea I muat not I will
i BT.ii r bp 1 -a an jsj-aar
wagea bill to keep the plnco In gqpa
order, what waa expet'ted to bo a
pleasure becomes an annoyance ana
a bore. A small plnce, well caret! ror,
and everything kept up nice and or
derly gives far more satisfaction
than an overgrown plnce that la a drag
on the means of lt owner. In all our
operations we are too apt to think we
can do more than we really can. In
gardening matters It la especially so.
Box for Carrying Kga
fl M a bottls,
'Will you not. retire to your room and j not M youJ
rest vou. my dear?"
Claire raised her heavy eyes witn a
total absence of expression as sne re
Thank you. madam, 1 am resting
"Are you suffering?"
"No; I am only weary. I may aay ao
now. I euppose, witn a xaiui uiuo,
"aince the comedy Is over.'
Bending over her, Mrs. Courtlandt
pressed her lipa lightly upon the pallid
"I admire your bravery," ahe said.
"I have need of considerable yet,
murmured Claire,, "in order to face the
"The enemy! Whom do you mean?"
"Thoae who wish me dead."
"My dear child, my fondest hope and
dearest wish are to win you back to life
and health. I would give the last drop
of blood 1ft my veins to see you well and
'Ton have a kind heart, madam!'
There entered at that moment a little
child, with a marveloualy beautiful face.
"It la true, then!" aha panted;" my
suspicions a correct. Tour paternal
solicitude Is all a farce; you have clever
ly disembarrassed yourself of me in order
to marry a woman who, in all probabil
ity, is no more an Invalid than 1 am!
In the very desperation of deepair,
Courtlandt glanced from riffht to left, Im-
uotently hoping to find some proof or a
convincing nature that would satisfy this
moat obdurate of doubters; as luck would
have It, Fate atepped in at the eleventh
hour, and discovered to his wandering
eye a web-like bit of lace which Claire
had repeatedly pressed to her lipa, while
she occupied the chair beside which It
had fallen unnoticed. Darting upon It,
Courtlandt held It aloft by the two cor
ners before Sylphlde's eyes.
"Take back thoae words!" he cried;
"ah. do not turn your eyes away! Look
at that stain. Her blood, her life blood!
Let the tight of it dissipate your fears;
ahe will not laat long. But I conjure you
have pity upon her; let her die In
She crept a step or two towarda mm
ars.a mttii,iti hivn oiii lefliner
Moat noultrvnien are familiar wnn .,,, .mi number of Darts
the egg carrlera used on the market ft( narnwB iUon breast, pole and
and those who have a considerable holdblck tXnv1i ettn be made of these,
nnantltv of eirffa to handle Use these . ..,1. wnrk RnWt a
carrier.; the farmer, however te m J h f , bret tr8P( aw I th. -'"; mnm.
the habit of carrying egga In a basket lfMten Mp one pnd. 18 or bwel regular witn Ayer e e-ine.
and often many or them uecoiuo u. v- ,ncheB from tuli Rnap cut away all but
Iran Miilt1nfF In fVina lilorable loss. I he
illustration ahowa one of the doxcb
Impure blood lways shows
somewhere. If the skin, then
bolls, pimples, nshes. w me
nerves, then neuralgia, nerv
ousness, depression. If the
stomach, then dyspepsia,
hlllousness. loss or appetite.
Your doctor, knows the
remedy, used ror eu years.
- Ratnrnlna tmn Oubaa waf, I s
IitrfMt wrwik. ttf blo4 Mil. jii tr
IMllh t ,.H. Hl f boHlM ( Aft I
ICO. Uoaataa, Srsoe, le,
bottle. J.e. aysa oo.,
which may be made from cheap mate
rial and which will answer aa well as
the boxea sold for the purpose. Any
grocer who handles quautltlee of
shipped eggs will give a customer
some of the cardboard filler audi as
are uo In the crates; then buy some
cracker boxea and fashion a nont box
like the one shown, cutting tho paste
board fillers with a sharp knife ao
that they will fit the wooden box.
Boxes made to hold one Cozen eggs
and others to bold two dozen will bo
large enough. These boxes ought to 1
great, wondering eyes and ringlets of jet and u(d hw. hand npon hl, wrtot
black hair that touched hia waist. With
a glad cry he opened hia tiny, dimpled
arms and ran to the elder Mrs. Court
Grandma."' he cried, affectionately,
nestling In that tody's anna.
"Who ia this child?' demsnded Claire.
"Can you not guess? lie cells me
Attracted by her voice, little Leon
walked ahyly to Claire, exclaiming:
"Oh, what a pretty, white lady! Won't
yon take me in your lap?"
Claire stooped and cast her anna about
I cannot lift you, my darling," she
faltered, after a valiant effort; "I am
not strong enough.
WVtb. glad alacrity Mra. Courtlandt
ralaed the boy and placed him on CI airs' a
lap, while the latter murmured, kissing
the eweet Hps:
"Tern, thmmm mrm hia feature, his eres
his son!" and with a euddm access of af
fection, gathering the child to her bosom,
"and my son!"
"My mamma," faltered the child, with
a puzzled expression.
"Yea, Leon," said Claire; "are you not
willing? Will you not be my boy?"
Yes, yes," cried the boy; "I love you.
"So, Luclan," she faltered humbly,
"your houae la cloaed to me? And you
will not come to me? And I may not see
"No, Sylphlde. You ought to know by
this time thst the word of a Courtlandt
ia Inviolable; I had rather die 'than break
1L So long aa Claire ahall live, I will
fulfill the sacred duty that the title of
huaband imposes while Claire lives, yon
shall remain an utter stranger to me.
Rut when God In' hie mercy baa called
the poor aufferer home to him, then we
will return to you, Ieon and I, and we
will never more leave you. I swesr It.
"It Is well," ahe rejoined, preraing her
11 lis for one Instant upon hia hand, and
then relinquishing it aa one replaces a
dead hand upon the pulseless breast. It
Is well. I know what your plighted word
means. I will wait.'
oood harjcebs iiouaie.
Aa Obituary Mtiod.
Edward L. Adams, reprewntlng the
United Statea aa Conaut General at
Stockholm, Sweden, was for several
years editor of the Ilocheater Democrat
and Chronicle. While occupying that
position he wrote an obituary notice of
a nelghlwr'a child, whoao troumfs had
caught Are during a fourth of July cel
ebration, burning the little fellow so
Imdly Hint he died In coiuhmiuoimw. Mr.
Adams ended hia article with the mato
iiifiit that the aynipntlitoa of frlonda
would go out to the bereaved parents.
Ills shock next day may Kwtiiny ua
Imagined when the types made him any
have covers with a hasp coming down -- - t.-w-wie Hint "the sympathies of a large circle
over a staple so that the box may bo the best outside ply. vet a buck le i bun
locked if need be. These boxea will punch a number of holes and th. n
coat but little If made at home a. -ug- you are. The pole and bold tarta P"f.
--,1 .trictiv fresh may be made from old light rc. D .... inll...,m.l,t.
eggs o'f good size aa well aa uniform in A belly-band for chain hart.es. would NotwUl((tftmllng tho disparity In
slxe they can be marketed In theae have a large loop at one end ln-tcad numU,rB Cbr,M xm.t of Sweden
boxea at a higher price than If market- of a buckle. marched bravely with hia 8.000 men
ed In a basket; try It and see If it Is A back band for plow harness n ay auJ b mm
not ao. Aa an extra Inducement to the oe maae irom .u itunslana.
consumer wrap each egg In white belting. The leather belting, If pretty ,.NV,mt , your ohwU your nujPa.
tissue paper and twist the ends of the fair, will make good traces. rlUOlmlrnt,Hl one of hia trusted!
These hlnta are not for V l Kl,IM,ra)B( taking such a frightful
valuable new harnesa. One should be
venr careful about riveting on uiese. ... . t viVado of
The Illustration show, how I maae a , w ku(t ..lhat . CMr
a I . . ... t.MBajM Tlit aWn 1 1
ciamp tor ug "- " isn't the whole cheese.'
COMVEMtHT KOO BOX.
keroscno barrel stave, fitted In block
ao the bolts will draw at least Inch.
Thl. makes It clamp the work at top.
Uae two -lneb bolts. Thl. clamp, If
properly made, will hold any part of
the harness while being sewed. w.
A. Clearwaters, In Iowa Homestead.
To Move Wire Kencee.
It often becomes m'cenary to move
Shortly afterward the domonstraUon
win complete. Chicago Trlbuno.
It takes two to make a quarrel until
you have one of your own, and then It
la always the other one who makes It
Some people thluk success meana
a fence from one part of the farm to simply to get rich. Others thluk It
r i . . . . a. i . . ,... in a
s round 1 another, it is a simple mauer 10 iuo menna raereiy i "ry uui t jn. wuw
th urn twisted
She' slowly aathered her dark wraps orange, and lemons. Have the eKgs posts, but the wire presents a more of these deflnlUone la alout a. near
about her and Dranared to detrt: but. atrlctlr fresh of aood size and clean, difficult problem. The most common correct as the otner, says a pliuoso-
as though the place exerted an Irreeistl- and you'll find that the tlasue paper method 1. to alowly and laboriously nlier
Die apeu, sne turned to one or tne win- .., wl1 tnm readily and at roll It up on a bnrrel, haul it 10 me
dowa and adjusting the slats of the blind,
looked out npon the aun-lit garden with
the lawn beyond.
"I am somewhat more at peace with
I myself," she murmured. "She Is really
very 111, and Luclan feels more pity than
love for her in her suffenngs. Still it
good prlcea. Indianapolis New..
Diseases of Bheep.
The disease, which have been found
most troublesome and atublorn are
those occasioned by parasltea. Of
place where It la wanted and as alowly
unroll It again. A much better and
quicker way Is to take a couple of old
i wheels, the larger the better, and fas
ten them together by nailing pieces of
board to the spokes next the axle.
Kyes That Act Independently.
Many animals possess more than
two eyes which do not act together. A
leech, for example, haa ten eye. on
the top of It. head, which do not work
in concert, and a kind of marine worm
hna two eyes on the head and a row
Claire suddenly raised her eyea
Lncian Courtlandt stsndlng npon the
threshold of the room, silently regarding
the lovely picture. Quickly putting the
child from ber, ahe exclaimed:
"Mr. Courtlandt, I anppose you have
come to receive some tidings of me; make
your mind easy on that score; I am suf
house! I stand alone, forlorn; with every
man's hand against me. I must hsve a
friend at court, here on this very spot!
are: Stomach worm., lung worm.,
intestinal worm., tape worm, and
For tana worm oil of male fern
I will know from hour to hour how fares
this highway robber who haa deprived me
of name and love, and trampled my moth
erhood beneath her feet. Should ahe be-
' . , I should be about two feet apart Now . . ' . f
Scab la caused by a parasite, but It t,k. two n,,nk, .nd fa,ten nrm,T to f.r,U. baI "n ? ' "on .!"P..0t
a j 1 - ina no nd wniru ufMB not hcl wilu iuh
U external rattier tnan tne mosi un- th ,d f th wa-on box so tbey
geroua, which are Internal. The latter wl Mtend backward about four feet
Mount the wheel, on these planks so
I trsy the slightest symptoms of improve-
Claire, retract those cmel words, m(fnt l mnit know u Mon othnre ,. mn t0 the favorite remedy, a I
As she did not speak, and In the awk
ward pause that enaued, Mrs. Courtlandt
took little Leon's hand and led him to
warda the door.
"Good-by, little white mamma," lisped
the child, and then went tripping away.
"Good-by, good-by," sighed Clslre;
then, turning to Luclan, she sdded
"Pardon the Irritability of an Invalid. I
beg you not to be offended if sometimes
I am lacking in a due sense of my obliga
"Obligations!" cried Luclan contritely;
"the obligation is entirely upon my side,
Do you fancy that I fall to appreciate
the Immense sacrifice you have made for
Claire shook her bead sadly, aa she
"No, no; my part of the contract will
pact it so that I may take her fate Into tea spoonful being a dose. Two tea
my own nands. But whom shall l sa- .noonfula of Dowdered areca nut is
cure?" .1.. trnnA rameriv. One teasDOonful
The words expired In a startled whls- f tnrpentlne yta jn mik Is said to
sr A nn nb eat-Aft amAra i4i a n!ana mtrA I w . .
the head which doe. not act with the
other two. A bee or wasp ha. two
large compound eyea which possibly
help each other and are used for near
vision, and also three little simple eye
on the top of the head which are em
ployed for seeing thing, a long way
FOR MOVllfO WIBE F BUCKS.
Sometimes wa msy learn more from
man's errors than from bis virtues.
laxative. connect the wheel, and drive astride I posaesaed of keener bearing than white
The latest remedy for atomach 0f the wire. One man turns the wheel people,
worms and nodular worm. 1. what 1. while the other drives, and the wire
known a. the Iron remedy. Give In can be rolled up an fast a. the team
grain aulphate of Iron (copperas, can walk. To unroll fasten wire to
Boraetime. called green vitriol and 0ne of the corner posts, drive abend
gleamed through the open elata Into ber
own. Had fate sent her an accomplice?
(To be conttnnerl.)
That Ended the Argument.
"Dey'a no use ter lose time prayln
wen a mad bull', takln' after you,"
said Brother Dickey. "De thing ter mugt mt confoundcd with blue vlt- and the wire will unroll Itself.-C. V.
ao is ter ciimo a ure. ,, . i.i ton mmooa of the r- i ot i i. n....i.ii.
T IA Tl .1, Ttrilll I riUi;, B UUIW " " . VllvjjUl, III uv. kuuii ' juu.i...
Buli UUK1 "u"u," A, l.lrt.flva Inmbs. ulVO daily
, i , .i "e
biB a i jnoue coiue mou,- ru tw0 weeUg then Btop one Week and Wood Ashes for House Planls.
ed ae tree down? Loive again. Mix In water and apply It la not generally known that wood
"Well," eald Brother Dickey, "dey the water to tne FtLn, Mhe)li mixed wirh compost, are very
alnt no use ter go inquirin too far ons0Hna la also considered a good beneficial for most pot plant.. Palms
not be fulfilled until I am gone. Would Inter de mysterle. er Providence!"- remody for atomach worm.. Borne are wonderfully benefited, and ao hte
you nave cnosen me, naa you Deen toia Atlanta Constitution. .p,.nmr.nles thla remedv. as crotons. dracnenas. marantas. In fact
Unili,a ai-w w r ' v
. . .a. A t a at f4 ass KnirlnrV hnan I all tr a era nlantl T n munff Imta riiiAa
"I .uppo.e ahe think.,' from what "" of A d,0M n- when the plant ha. nearly "hausted
Bl.ia OI OUO UUICTilvuuiui .wu. 1 iuo iuii. 'l' - ' "1" -V
ounces of milk. little depth, and a sprinkling of wood
A solution of 1 per cent coal tar I. I ashes and fresh soil lm added, the
also a good worm remedy given in plant win ue an ngui unin nine to re
doses of two to four ounce.. pot To many a lover of flower, thl.
bint to add a little wood ashes to com-
Sapid Sheep Uncaring-. post will bring many a brliy toned
Some of the wandering aheep shear- flower and much Improved tolinge.
Indians and negroes, as a rule, are
The population of Japan Is twelve
times as dense aa that of the United
that I could be cured?" she demanded.
"Is not the mother of your son alive?"
"Yes," csme the reluotant reply, "she
"Do you love her, or not? Answer me,
upon your word of honor, as a gentle
He turned away from her and wiped
the beads of perspiration from bis brow,
"How much you will have to say to
each otftier the day after my death!"
It la probable that hia patience would
not have stood this last hard test had not
a servant suddenly entered the room.
"Mr. Courtlandt," he said, "there Is
a tady at the door asking for you."
"A lady!" he gasped; "what Is her
"Sylphlde hare? now dared she
Ere he could command himself suffi
ciently to articulate a word, Claire roae
from her chair.
"You see," she said, with cutting dls
daln, "the poor woman has been neglect
ed for two weeks, and she ha. corns to
ahe hear., that I'm a sad dog," aald
the gay young artist
"Oh, no, she doesn't think you are
"Not aa bad aa I'm painted, eh?"
"Even better than that She Bays
you're not as bad a. your painting."
i Bnfflclent to the Par.
"I waa Juat telling my daughter,'
Bald Mrs. Nooaens, "that It', really a
shame for ber to play the piano on
"Why did you mention Sunday par
ticularly?" asked Mra. Peppery. Phil
Called the HI off.
Mra. Newed Mother has Juat writ
ten that she will not visit us this
summer unless you will permit her to
Then, as she staggered to-1 pay her board.
wards an Inner door, she cried:
"She will not even wait untu I am
As she passed out of sight be came to
his sensaa with a start . He turned to
find himself face to face with Sylphlde.
"What are you thinking of?" he said.
"Why are yon here here In my wife's
The rigidity of her features relaxed,
the spell was broken, and In a low, tense
tone that thrilled with Indignant reproach
"Your wife, do you ssyt Ah, you use
that word aa though you had been var-
Newed I shall wire her at once say
ing that I shall not permit her to do
anything of the kind.
A Price to Be Paid.
"I thought," Bald the Bhopper, "that
era of the Western sheep-ralalng State. The mixture should be worked Into
have acquired wonderful speed. There the earth immediately or some of the
I. a record of one man who sheared I ammonia In the manure will escape-
250 sheep In a single day. The aver- (nto the air and be wasted
a for each man 1. about one hun-
a-a ft,- men never tie a .boon. The Prolific Hcale.
mv it hr the lew with the left The total number of descendants
hand throw It so that they can squecae from one indlvldunl of the Ban Jose
. ' i. wwopn their leza. and at scale during the time between the mid
most before the sheep has begun to die of June and the last of November
bleat the fleece Is falling In great s en calculated at SUlrt.OHO.Ioo.
.. . . im .11 tlioaa mil Inna rihlnln thnr f,.,.1
fluffy masses, as aoon as me last
clIo of the shears ha. been made ihe by sucking the snp from the plant ll.oy
shearer kicks the fleece out of bis on. " not t0 be woa'red at Ihnt
way. the struggling sheep I. released
and races off, and another one is bun
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5ee Pae-SJaille Wrapper Dalew.
a tree wmcn in mo spring was appar
ently In good condition may be nearly
or entirely dead by fall.
n..,4nn. nmrArnXnw. Apple I reea 7U leers UKl.
Ona of the misfortunes of garden On the farm or John Canon, near
hi, saiu iu .mwrr, luaii , V nllvllle Howard roui.lv M!.rl
this was s bargain; that I could get It, wtwi - v l" ,1.'Za I S Z-:
f r a Bona,M n more wora man can oe carried cn "' " i"iiiou
"WelL von can hava It" rootled the ' succeasf ully. Almost every one who seventy years ago. The land was pre
deaTer'Vf ou a?.w hS u.ld. a house th!nk.,he would .Ike f-P -i.J11"! I'1 .11'!
notes."PhUadelphla Pre.. i" n,T8. a mc" ?nr"en' "nu LT J" . . V
2Brcien l. conseaueniiT arranged. iut u5n a.ni,u. j un unimni nore a
A ton of sugar beets yields 210 when it Is found, as It too often good crop this year. Many of Its trees
pounds of refined sugar. found, that it requires an expensive re three feet In Olauietcr.
Tary eaaall aa4 aa aaay
. te take as sagaa,
rOR IIUOUSREtt. '
FOR TORPID LIVER
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
ti cmh I nrarf TefataWavC
CURE SICK HIADACHI.
tUIII HUt All III! Mill.
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In lima. Solil hf rtmirvi.t.