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COMING OF AGE.
K ing K alxiau *.—Aprop« of the
stopped short. The last revelation recent coronation of King halakau , It is always pie.unit to learn of tho nuc-cew
No, Richard. For this, that
pro»|»nty of un old friend, and the uian»
Y amhill R eporter , i health and Ht ength are continued to
friend of mine who Btient some and
of th» Pacific Bank will undoubtedly
“Was it is a bet, dear?” asked ( a months
’ us; that while so many households
on the Sandwich Islands tells patrons
to learn that it ha, jnat entered ou the
Mrs. Spoopendyke, opening her eyes a pleasant story of that jolly sorer twenty-iirat
year of its exutenoe, with every
P rops : cross. have been made desolate jri our land, Spoopendyke bring» n frienil Homa to j
8 ntdzu <t W abhk »,
“Did you bring > eign. He was invited with several indication of continuing in it« career of »toady
Dinner and find» Ills Wife I'nprtipai’etl | in astonishment.
! we are spared to each other.”
bank, which ia, perhapi
Mr. Irwin felt his eyes moisten as
prominent Americans to take better known Thia
in the interior than any other’
M c M innville .
bet? If I had known that and you other
he descended the stairs, though he
was oatabliahed ill 1863, and it ia to day t£
did not feel the full significance of
“Say, my dear," whispered Mr. had given me time, I would have had evening, and full dress was decidedly oldest chartered commercial bank on the p*.
these words until a few hours later. Spoopendyke, closing the door care ' a nice supper for you. I don't sup uncomfortable. However, they all cifio Goaat. It has well and honestly earned
WHAT MAY BE DONE-
pose that ho would care for a cold
the reputation which it enjoys. The »ame
“Mary is a good woman,” he
What might be done if men were wise—
fully and approaching his wife with meal, under the circumstances. I “dressed up.” and upon entering tiie policy that guided it in 1863 »till contiuueato
What glorious deeds, my suffering brother, thought; “the best wife in the world!
royal presence began addressing their direct its buaiuoaa aa carefully and safely
Would they unite, in love and right,
I wish I could feel as Hhe does about a broad grin on his visage. “Say, really think”—
“That settles it,” squealed .Mr. host as “Your Majesty.” Kalakaua at then.______ >___________
And cease their scorn for one another?
these things, but 1 can’t.”
my dear, Specklewrottle’s down stairs
maintained bis dignity, but be "The Cradle of the Deep” u a favorite air
mad at himself for first
As he entered a store whose pro in the parlor. Ho has come to take
Oppression’s heart might be imbued,
fore the fourth member of the party at Rockaway Beach.
With kindling drops of loving kindnesn,
prietor had sometimes employed him dinner with us!”
And knowledge pour from shore to shore,
still as he saw that he must explain approached him, he burst out- Now, “ Your Samaritan Yrriinc cured my son'u
in doing' odd jobs about it, he wiih
Light on the eyes of mental blindness.
to Specklewottle how he was fixed.. no more of that nonsense, please: fit»,'' writes Mre. 8. M. Purkhurat, of liirard
accosted by a pleasant looking elder
just call me Dave.” Then be drew off
AH fraud and warfare, lies and wrongs,
Spoopendyke,dropping her work and “When you commence to think the his coat, invited the others to follow Mich.
ly man, who addressed him thus:
— ------»« •• -------
All vice and crime might die together;
Isn’t tho American hog gutting to
bustling up to the glass to arrange day when I catch you thinking, I’m his example, aud “Dave ’ and his
And milk and corn, to each man born,
be a kind of a boro?
Be free as warmth in Summer weather.
“You worked at one time for the her hair. “What did he come to-day going to drive a spiggot in your head guests bad a verj' jolly evening.
The meanest wretch that ever trod—
Sick bilious headache, and all derangement»
! Waterville Sewing Machine Com for? Don’t he know it’s wash-day?" and advertise science on tap; bock
The deepest sunk in guilt and sorrow,
by Dr. Pierce»
"Became for dinner!” retorted Mr science a dime apiece; free lunch An uptown woman narrowlyes , “Pellets,” or anti-bilious granules.
Might stand erect in self-respect.
And share the teeming world to-morro
a vial. No cheap boxes to allow waste of vi*.
pany until they failed about a year the lips. “What d’ye H’pose he camo
tues. By druggists.________
What might be done? This might be done,
Spoopendyke dashed down stairsand cent whisky in the house, and she
And more than this, my suffering brother, ago.”
for—to be washed? What’s wash day explained to Mr. Specklewottle that, concluded to take a swallow of the
English outomologists pronounce
“It did not fail exactly.” said the
More than the tongue, e’er said oi sung—
If men were wise and loved each ather.
! stranger, with a smile. “It has gone got to do with it? Think the man owing to Mrs. Spoopendyke having a stuff. Fortunntely she got hold of the year L882 remarkable for the
into operation again. My sou wrote can be soaked in stub and hung over I severe headache, they had better the wrong bottle and swallowed a scarcity of insects.
THE CROWNING PROOF.
I ran to try and hunt you up. He is the clothes line with a measly wooden ' I postponed dinner to go to a restaur quantity of rat poison.
*If you aro a woman, and would contribute
Richard Irwin toiled slowly and - in
----- of - a fai.bful,
------- competent man pin astride the small of his back? I ant.
your influence to redeem humanity from it»
ills, make all things else subordi-
wearily up the two flights of stairs to act as foreman,
and you want to hustle around and , : Sporipendyke, drawing a paper of and William Schaeffer, two boys, on nate to health. If you possess this inestim*.
which led to the poor abode, whose the place? ’
ble treasure, you may transmit the same, and
scanty furniture had grown still more | _ “I > >ould very mucn. I have a get it pretty lively for him, or I’ll I candies from an upper bureau their way to the circus, began to your
may rise up and call you
“I don't care; it must have throw stones at each other, and soon blessed. offspring
To secure thic it will be well to seek
scanty as want
i--- ‘ and poverty pressed ! depondent family, and have been out | begin to servo up things myself be drawer.
I of steady work for some mouths.”
the motherly countenance of Mrs. Pinkham,
more and more hardlv
hardly upon him.
warmed over aud drew
(]rew a revolver and shot Schaeffer Lynn, Mass.
‘‘But, my dear.” remonstrated Mrs. on when n cold
w« | Those keen eyes took a rapid sur
But poor as ..->¡¿0«».-,.
it was. everything
as neat as his
1 ' "pretty wife Mary's i vey of the speaker’s woru and shabby Spoopend./ke, "there’s nothing in the pay it Anyway, he’ll be glad of it
Mr. O. D. Brooke, druggist, at B ayou S ara ,
| supposed to be fatal.
house! The clothes—
“ it, who garments.
busy hands could
L a ., says : “I have heard many persons rec
“My son writes that there is some-
“Then serve np the clothes!" tor breakfast, and the next time he
There are forty-two different ommend Brown’s Iron Bitters who have tried
turned upon him the same brave,
cheerful smile with which she always thing due you on your old account, roared Mr. Spoopendyke. who had [ i brings a man here to dinner he’ll ■ shades in kid gloves this Spring. its virtues.”
.Here the speaker utterly forgotten the day of the week j pick out some other day than Mon- i This number might be increased by
welcomed him, though her heart sank 1 ____
Let me^ see - —
For nobby footwear thero is nothing like a
as she saw the gloom which shrouded i referred
* ’ a “ letter which he took from when he invited his friend, aud now, ! day. Though I suppose that Mr. imitating the shade of disappoint darned
. —> *<«* »■------- -
when she sees some other woman Young men and lniddle-a^oil onea, suffering
“It’s of no use, Mary,” he said,
aud kindred weakuvvs«,,
with a prettier pair than her own.
sinking down into a chi
send three stamps for Part VII of Dima Sc
wottle. “Just put the clothes ou a the other. Anyhow she owes me a
streets all __j
the morning, make it square with you.”
Au exchange says that whistling ries Books. Address WoKUti'a D isi - bnsaht
and there is no work to be had; men ; It was u long time since Mr. Irwin platter and set them before him! You call, ami I hear that the dressmaker to a piano accompaniment is a new M kiiicai . AgsomATlON, Buffalo, N. Y.
---- ....»------- ----
are discharging their old hands in i had had a sum like this at his dis- can explain to him that we only eat disappointed her last week, so she ! whim of New York society belles.
stead of taking new. I’ve had no j posal, and he could hardly realise his , three times a week, liko a dog in hot won’t pay much attention to what be This, perhaps, is better than singing, Protection for homo industries - a look and
key on tho pantry door.
work for three months now, with the
fortune, evenwhen the roll of weather! That’ll satisfy him. so long
went down to her supper of strawber for it will not bo necessary for a dude
as he has the clothes to oat!”
exception of an odd job or so. Win bills was in his hand.
liT l-’or one dimo got a package of Diamond
His first collected thought was of
“Yon don’t imagine he would want ries and lettuce, while her busband
ter is coming on; «11 my hard earned
Dyes at tho druggist’s. They color anything
over the leaves of the whistle.
savings are gone, ana what is to be
the simplest and most desirable colors.
lets of beef and yellow Cliquot.
“I'm so bothered,” said a husband
how glad she will be to know this!” Mrs. Spoopendyke, innocently.
come of us is more than I know!”
Mr. R. U. Barkley, G kntiii ’» M ill , T exas ,
“It is always darkest before the
■ head.” “Well. I’m glad to hear it,” says : “ 1 used Brown's Iron Bitters with
the steps into the street, putting his dyke, enraged at the idea of being
for general debility, neuralgia, bad
The principal application of whale she answered, “for maybe your head benefit
“That’s what you have been saying hand in his
. breast - pocket to make taken literally. “Just try him and
blood and weakness.”
sling in some of the natural grace bone now is that in making whips will be of some service if you are out
for a long time,” was the gloomy re sure that it was not a myth,
sponse; "but the night keeps grow
As be hurried along, eager to tell you always put on at the table! ‘Mr. and corsets. Steel -has mostly dis i of it.”
It was a countryman who called city aau.
gone ” poor dish.
ing darker. I wouldn’t care so much 1 her the good news, and impatient at Specklewottle, have some of this placed whalebone in umbrellas and
Said a politician’s wife, “see how sages a “ dog
----- k---- ►
if it wasn’t for you and the baby; but every obstacle in bis way, he saw a fricasseed petticoat?’ ” and Mr. Spoo- parasols. Some years ago umbrella I work and slave from morning till All pain in the nervous system, wind colic,
to see you growing so pale and so dense cloud of smoke in the quarter pendyko held out the legs of his ribs were made in France of an ex [ night, and what do I got for it?” cramps, &c., cured by Samaritan Nervine,
that where he lived. As bo drew nearer trousers as a woman holds her skirts cellent imitation of whalebone (not.) I “Well,” said he. “see how I worked
hollow eyed, aud to know
There is nothing better for Poison Oak
Fre idie is neither comfortably fed nor he saw a crowd of people following and waltzed around the room. “ ‘Mr. distinguishable, indeed, till fractured, ■, day and night for a year, and I Cuts,
Burns and Sores than M other C ary ’ s
! some ghastly thing that was being Specklewottle, have a little of this but it is no longer heard of. Genu I didn't get anything either.”
clothed, drives me almost wild.”
alve . Price 25 cts. Try it.
poached night shirt? Now. Mr. ine whalebone is often made white
“God is good, my husband. He borne past him to the station.
“What is it?" he inquired of a by Specklewottle, do try one of these and used with garments of muslin or |
THE BAD AND WORTHLESS
will not forsake those who put their
fried socks, and a slice of the pillow the like, not being seen through these ' tured Louise Michel. After seeing arc novar imitated or counterfeited. This is
trust in Him, and do the best they stander.
true of a family medicine, and it is
sham! Dear Mr. Specklewottle, pray so easily as the dark sort. Tho now-
proof that the remedy imitated is of
let me help you to a piece of this est. application of whalebono is that paper, remarks the Baltimore Amer positive
“I sometimes doubt whether He ement house on Front street.”
highest value. As soon as it had lieen
Front street! That was where ho shirt collar and a pair of stuffed cuffs! to hats; it is cut into fine strips and ican, we trust that we may be allowed the
cares much for what is done here.
tested and proved by the whole World that
Hop Bitters way the purest, best and most
It don’t look us. if He did. There is lived, and with quickened step and I made them myself, and though interlaced with straw. Such hats i to hope that they will keep her.
valuable family medicine on earth, many
George Stevens, who lias got rich sinking heart he rushed on. His : they are not as good as—’ that’s the are very'dear. Another is "whale Little Selim Myers swallowed a imitations
sprang up and began to steal the
through fraud and extortion. As I worst fears were realized. The way to do it!" continued Mr. Spoopen bone ribbon." For this white whale dime belonging to his mother one notices in which
the press and the people of
was going through the market on my building he had left a few hours be dyke, suddenly concluding his re bone is generally used, and the shav day last week. He had ten cents of the country had expressed the merits of H. B.,
trying to induce suffering
way homo I saw him buying a turkey
to use their stuff instead, expecting
for to morrow—for to-morrow is whose numerous tenants were hud ing himself before his wife all out of be read through it. It is often color the swallowed coin belonged to his invalids
make money on the credit and good name
Thanksgiving Day—that is, for some dled out upon the sidewalk before the breath. “Think you’ve got that bill ed blue, red or green, and used by mother, he jubilantly exclaimed, to
of H. B. Many others started nostrums put
people. I don’t know what we have few things *hey were able to snatch of fare all right? See your way clear saddlers in making rosettes. Walk “I'm glad it wasn’t mine!”
up in similar style to H. B., with variously de
from the flames, but among whom his to a successful dinner party now?” ing sticks out of whalebone aro also
names in which the word “Hop” or
to be thankful for!”
When a lady who has been taking vised
“Hops” were used in a way to induce people
"I know what I have most reason eyes sought vainly for those that he "There’s some cold shad down in good demand. Tho exceptionally music lessons for the past eight years to
they were the same as Hop Bitters.
stairs, and I think there is a raw ham thick strips cut for this purpose are hangs back and blushes and says she
to bo thankful for,” she said, touch most wished to see.
such pretended remedies or cures, no
Rushing up to one of the women, j in the cellar,” ruminated Mrs. Spoo rounded by being drawn through really can’t play, don’t insist on it. All
ine her lips lightly to his forehead;
matter what their stylo or name is, and espe
cially those with the word “Hop” or “Heps”
“that I am the happy wife of a man he seizod her almost rudely by the 1 pendyke, regarding her husband with holes in a steel plate. Billiard pads i The chances are she can't
a startled look of inquiry, as if asking of whalebone must bo very smooth | A fashion item says that “the Bos in their name or in any way connected with
who never gave me occasion to blush arm.
them or their name, arc imitations or counter
"Mrs. Allen, where is my wife?”
if ho thought Specklewottle would and cut of a certain exact thickness.
for him or regret the day that made
ton young man is beginning to wear feits. Beware of them. Touch none of them.
eyeglasses and knee breeches.” Well, Use nothing but genuine Hop Bitters, with a
“Is this really so, Mary ? I have good to us! it couldn’t be her they a trifle cold. “I don’t think ho has ly worked strips of whalebono with the one necessitates the other. bunch or cluster of green hop« cn the white
Trust nothing else. Druggists and
, thick silk thread wound round them. ! The average Boston young man needs label.
feared of late that it was a selfish
dealers are warned against dealing in imita
thing in me to take you from a home that her own mother wouldn’t know cabbage and beans. Or perhaps he I Pen-holders and other small articles the eyeglasses in order to see his legs. tions or counterfeits
may have doughnuts aDd ‘pie,’’ she aro made of whalebono at the lathe.
of ease aud comfort to share my hard her.”
Mule-riding is the latest English Garpeta atd furniture 20 per cent cheaper
For a moment Mr. Irwin stood mo continued, hastily, seeing her hus The hair cut off the raw whalebone
toilsome life. You had many suitors.
If, knowing all that you do now, you tionless, struggling with the sicken band swelling with retort. “And I’m > was formerly used for brushes, but j craze. It became fa’hionable by ac at H. Schellbaas’, 11th St.. Oakland.
had jour choice to make again, would ing horror that palsied limb and »uro doughnuts and pie ar» good.” ' it is now mostly replaced by other i cident, the Duke of Edinburg having
brain. Then, as he lemembered the
“That’s what he wants!” howled materials. It is largely crisped and been seen riding on a fine mule,
it be tho same?”
“It would be tho same You little ghatdly spectacle he had met, push Mr. Spoopendyke. “Bring forth the used as a filling for mattresses. This i which he captured in Egypt.
know the heart of yonr wife, Richard, ing through the crowd, he turned his shad that frose to death in the house j list by no means exhausts tho uses of | The most innocent of girls, says
if you think I have tho shadow of re- tottering steps in the direction in of Spoopendyke! Produce the ham i whalebone, which is continually ap- j Florian, knows that a man is in love
with a crumpled horn that milked plied in new ways.
with her shortly before he knows it
yret. I only wish I could help you which he had seen it borne.
In the shadow of such a terrible the shad that froze to death in the
m some way.”
WHAT A WOMAN READS.
“You do help me! If it were not bereavement bow light seemed every house of Spoopendyke! Develop the
“You made a little mistake in your
msasly banqset ana let joy be un«
for your love, and all it gives me,
Woman, in reading a newspaper,
httart and strength would utterly that had made him unthankful for confined! Ain’t ye got any more I has a distinct method of her own. 1 announcement yesterday, sir.” “Very
th* rich treasure of love that had sense than a bung hole? Think I'm I She takes it up hurriedly and begins likely. It is almost impossible not to
“Sos what a nice dinner I have for been his! What cared ho for the op going to bring the aristocracy hero I to scan it over rapidly, as though she make a mistake sometimes. What
youl” said Mrs. Irwiu, pointing to portunities thrown open to him? How to fatton on dead fish and live hogs? i was hunting some particular thing, was it?" “You said mo and Lizzie
some oovered dishes upon the hearth. poor and empty »mataed all that he ' I How long are you going to let that but she is not She is merely taking Perkins were bothered, wlion we are
“I don't believe you can guess where had hoped to do and win now she man sit down stairs in a state of in the obscure paragraphs, which she i
was gone whose presence had made starvation? Where’s that roast of believes were put in out-of-the-way I not bothered at all. We are betrothed,
I got it.”
“Begged it, perhaps,” was the bit his lowly abode such a heaven of beef I brought homo tho other day?” places for the sake of keeping her sir.”
peace and rest!
“I think wo ate that all up the day from seeing them.
- . a.
"Merciful Father! take all else,1 ' it camo homo,” sighod Mrs. Spoopen
UNCLE SAM'S NAVY.
“No, indeed! wo haven’t got to that
Marriages and deaths are always ;
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
yet, aud. please God, wo uever will. but spare my wife and child!” was j dyke. “Do you mean that roast with | interesting reading to her, and ad In » communication published in tho rirmi/
Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache,
ront. N vrcl 11 n®«, Npt-ni im. Brill««*»
We had only a crust of bread left the cry that weut up from his tor I the queer little sticks in it?"
vertisements are exciting and stimu and Nary Journal, Gonin.andor J. B. Gogh- 4ore Th Burn«,
Mould*. Frost Bite».
“The same,” replied Spoopendyke, lating. She cares but little for Ian. U. 8. N., stat«, that the consultations of
from breakfast, aud that I moistened tured soul, as the officer turned the
A5D ALL OTilBR BODILY PAINS ARD A CH HL
naval and other surgeons, respectin'' Sold by Drugfiata and Dealers ever» where. Fifty Ceuua bottle
with milk for Freddie. As I was key of the room where the dead lay. ’ nerving himself for another ordeal, 1 printed jokes, unless they teflect rid eminent
Direction« in 11 Language«.
rheumatic attack, failed to afford him the
Upon a rude table, their faces j “Did we oat the sticks? Am I to icule upon the men, and then she his
thinking of it, and feeling troubled
THE < II AIII.EA A. VOWELER CO.
slightest relief. Hv advice of Hr. Hoyle ho
at tho prospect of having no dinner charred and blackened beyond all understand that there is not one little delights in them and never forgets used St. Jacobs Oil, which wrought a com ObMVMxst« A. VOUiLIRACO.) Baltimore, ■<!.,€.B.»*
plete and, aa ho says, wonderful cure. John ‘ÎJ A frt <C0ilP3r dV at home. Samples worth $öf«e
for you on yotir return, Mrs. Allen'H recognition, were the unfortunate ! dodgaste.l stick left of all that afflu j them.
p. ' • .a. •’Man*
Moody, Esq., lawyer at Vallejo, Gal., u)j vU u)ZU Addrww S
little girl tapped at the door, saying mother and child awaitiug identifica ent luxuriousness * Lift the impene She pays particular attention to Garr
was likewise cured of a severe joint trouble.
trable vail of obscurity off the so anything inclosed in quotations, and
that her mother hoped I’d excuse her tion.
been an instance to
for Bonding some moat aud vogeta 1 “Oh! Mary! Oh! my boy! can 1 eluded bower of the shrinking sticks," considers it rather hotter than any-; Dr. Bliss says he lost S15.000 at
which thi3 sterliaf to-
bles, as she had more than she this be you!” groaned the wretched he yelled, asitdawnod upon him that thing first banded.
tending President Garfield. Every
vigorant and anti-
wanted for dinner. Mrs. Allen is the man, as he turned his shuddering Specklewottle was in the parlor,
The column in which tho editor airs bodj’ knows what Garfield lost.
woman who has the rooms umier us. gaze upon them.
waiting to lie fed, and that the social his opinions, in leaded hifalutin, she
failed to ward eff lb«
complaint, when tak
Here Mr. Irwin felt a light touch problem was no nearer solution than rarely reads. Views are of no impor
and with whose sick baby I watched
"BECAME SOUND AND WELL.
en jduly as jtprottfr
upon his arm.
when he started. “Let us unravel tance in her estimation, but facts are \
one night last wetk.
tion against malad*
' s S tation , G a ., Mar. 27 1876
the mystery that hangs like a pall everything. She doesn’t care for it, R. H atcher
The savory dishes that Mrs. Irwin
Hundreds of pbjfr
V. P ixrcb , M. I).: Ilnar Sir-My wife
ci an» have abandon«»
placed upon the neatly spread table
__ 2_ 1 ho
saw his wife with their over the fate of the unhappy sticks, but makes a practice of reading it be who h.-ul bwon ill for over two years, and had
all the officinal sped-
iii? Acs. and now W*
gave forth a very grateful odor to the child in her arms, standing just back that thej- maj' come forth and fructify cause she thinks she ougut to do so. tried many othrr medicines, became sound
r scribe this barwl««
and well by using your “Favorite Prescrip
Specklewottle," and in the access of
hungry man, who, with all the rest of j of him.
She reads stories and sketches and tion.
vegetable tonic W
chills and fever, •
his discomforts, was faint for the | The revulsion, from the extremes his emotion Mr. Spoopendyke gasped paragraphs indiscriminately, and be after several physicians had failed to do her
want of food. Mr. Irwin arose from of grief and despair to this blessed for breuth, and resting his hands on lieves every word of them. After she any good. Yours truly,
I’H o M a SJ. METHVIN.
the table with more courage for reality, was too strong, and had it his knees, looked as if he were invit has read all she wants, she lavs ths
the sharp contlict, the inevitable not been for the officer who was ing his wife to a little game of leap paper down with an air of disap-
is not such a very old
hardship« that the majority of p>oplo standing by, he would have falleu to frog.
jiointment as she observes that “thero discovery, but it’s a Morse-grown
have to endure in one form or an the floor.
“There’s some lettuce in the house, is nothing in it”
seems that Mrs. Irwin, who had and I bought some strawberries to
T hè J ohn a . R oeblincs S ons C o
“Seo how nicely I have mended barely time to escape with her life, day, and I could cook the steak I had
President Elliott, of Harvard, ’.“‘Better bo wise by the misfortunes of
your coat," said Mrs Irwin, holding had taken refuge in a house opposite, saved over for breakfast," murmured thinks it would be a great improve others than by your own." Take warning in
time. Avoid quack nostrums, by which thou
the article alluded to up before her She had seen her husband i ush past Mrs. Spoopendyke, coming out tri ment in the relation between minis sands
Tron aurl Steel
husband, “I want to go to churcl) in on his way to the station, aud, divin umphantly in the end. woman like. ter and congregation "if the minister dies as are demonstrated above suspicion, fore
the morning. You will go, too. won't 1 ing his errand, followed as quickly
And XX IRF.of every descripties-
were frankly allowed sometimes to most among which is Kidney.Wort. For tor-
ed satin, and we will give him a nice comment, upon a fresh book instead pul liver, bowels or kidneys, no other remadv
| as possible.
for New Jerrey Wire Colli CcffF’li
Mr. Irwin lind his hat in his hand, | The following day was truly
of preaching a sermq^. sometimes
UiV-' — ki !illl'k Thorn PmHd F«i
Mtreet. Kan I ranrlnro. *
preparatory to going out again
li>s "Thanksgiving Day" to both; and
“Going to put that wine colored to read other men’s sermons instead
almost hopeless errand. He turned not alone for the material blessings satin on the shad or the ham?" howl of his own, and, in general, to direct Instead of feeling tired and worn out. in-
J M HALSTW*
of aches and pain«, wouldn't you rather
that surrounded them.
ed Mr. Spoopendyke, who had a his hearers to good reading, and ,
fresh and strong? If you continue feel,
T5TT" bator '
And through all the prosperous man's idea that a dinner is not a din bring them to know something of reel
From W) up- •
The voice was very low and rever years s that followed, years that whit- ner until it is roasted. “Think I the minds and works of the leaders of only yourself to blame, for Brown s Iron Bit-
Send for 1« «ripti*
or.t Hint said:
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... j their
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“To render thanks to the Lord for more closely together, never did Mr. in the afternoon to take breakfast? might be done in cases where it are its principal ingredient«. It is a certain
for dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria, weak-
all His mercies.”
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“Poor little woman! For what will , this eventful season of his life, nor fish, raw ham, wormy lettuce, green of salvation.
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faded garments, these bare walls, ami good for this crowning proof of His ing to satisfy the cravings of a man
An old lady wants to know what
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