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Printer« on morning
tiie nights of labor.
Myra. No childish steps sounded struck a stone, and he lay insensible
IN ’50 OR ’56.
There are numerous legends of
through the halls, and no merry and bleeding.
sunken cities scattered through lie
laughtef^ sonnded from lawn or ter
Myra forget her queenly station
up and Hunt <lo--How Mrs. Wob laud, some of which are of a most ro
HoiuelHxly'. child ix dying-,|yi
race. We occasionally visited Mr. and crown, and, with a cry, raised Wound
A. V. R. Biron.
ble told an K«cruelatlnirly Funny Story
mantic origin. Thus the space now flu»i) of ho|>e oil his Young face, aiufj
: and MrB. Moreton, but our visits the bleeding head and gazed into -11.,
r Bad Memory,
coveied by the Lake of Inchiquin, is mother thinking of th© time whet
seemed only to remind them more of the face of Leslie Forbes, her hus
will be hidden where no ray of
rejiorted in former days to have been face
their loneliness, and we, ceasing our band.
brighten it because there waa n0 CU1
"Oh! that puts me iu mind of a a ixipulous aud flourishing city; but, ■umption. Reader, if the child be ..
visits almost entirely, saw very little
’s, take thia comforting word to th
life about the hall. Only to Miss
They were both restored to health, curious thing I heard when I was in for some dreadful aud unabsolved bor
A FAIR OF OLD SHOES.
heart bafore it ia to«» late. Tell Ur
crime, tradition says, it was buried aumption
i Linda, who had served the family for and strength, and the fallen man New York.”
ia curable; that men are lid
UY MAHGAKET M. SANGHTBB.
beneath the deep waters. The "dark
I years, alternately as nurse and house vowed to be a man once more a man
whom the phymeiana prou<>unce(|
When tho curtains are drawn, and the baby’s
Everybody liecomes quiet to hear spirit” of its King still resides iu one day
one lung bad 1^
Mrs. Wobble’s story.
of the caverns which border the lake, atroyed by the diaeaae. Dr. Piercfl’« “o
And the older boy dreams on his couch up talk of our loneliness.
Miss Linda was an old maid; that
As I sit in my doorway, I see hus She continues—‘‘No, ’twasn't in and once every seven years at mid Medical
p«M»es ctnl liver oi
While th® clouds and the inoon-boanis are is, she wore spectasles, and her hair
Then a truce to the day’s weary struggle fell in corkscrew curls that jieeped He looks down upon her tenderly, but it must have been; it was the white charger, and makes tho coni druggist*.
rigidly out from under her cap. We and the old light has come again to
plete circuit of the lake; a perform
< Cutting h telegraph wire i« u„t |,re , ■
And weloome, tried friend, sturdy foe to tho all used to fear Miss Linda, but when those beautiful eyes; while behind time I bought my black grenadine, ance which he is to continue till the
True comforter, welcome, dear, easy old
she was our physician and comforter. curls, stands dear Aunt Linda.
out, when the curse will be removed, “ Dr. Kichmond'» &»nnrilan Ntrn,u
When we reminded her of our absent
and the city reappear once more iu me of epilep»y." Jacob Hute«,
Though too, ye are one, O! most matchless
A TRAP FOR SEVEN
» .»« «
friend she would turn aside with
all its bygone condition. The pea
your granydine, .Maria’»
W. B. 1'uininingH, B pauta , Tuni
santry affirm that even now, on a “ I Dr.
And oft, thrust in satchel, have traveled auivering lips, trnd wo at length
»in »trougly convinced of th,
“Oh, la! yes; where was I? Oh! as calm night, one may clearly see the Brown's
found the subject painful to her and fight. Trap a man and—well, you
Iron Bitter« »nd heartily me,,,
When, condemned to do penance for earlier desisted.
I was saying, when I was in Phi la towers aud spires gleaming through them."
the clear water. With this legend
The poor feet have ached in the rich pal
We passed and repassed Moreton the trap. In the heavy stage coach,
“ tloriiKK S wan ' s W osm S tmt ,* forf«
as we roll out of Leadville, were
uhnew, re»tla«»u»»i, worm«, comtin.,
How blissful the moment when, reckless to
it. Then, after almost a year, we saw seven men. One is an army officer in Philadelphia iu—iu strange. I in his “History of Ireland.” “In tasteless. 2fie.
The pilgrim in torture drew forth the old
who has half a dozen scars to prove ther what year was it we were iu
15,000 broad, out of which ariseth the
ast we heard that Mr. Moreton was his bravery. Cut oil' from his com
noble northern river called Bane. It
Ye were new long ago, anti in dignified ill, and Myra had been summoned mand on the plains last Hummer by a
“Somewhat in the '60s. Maria; '56, is believed by the inhabitants that
home. Ere the news reached her, score of Indians, he intrenched him
"„•“Th» »»uis insMiire will not suit *U
All glossy and spotless, close-fitting and Mr. Moreton had breathed his last, self and fought the band oft' until I believe.”
they were formerly wicked vicious tuuistiuivoa.
’’ But Kldn«y-Wort.uit.allc
“Are you sure it was ’56. father? people who lived in this place: and of
liver, Iwwols olid kidney diaoMe. and ¡3
No mortal had ventured to pressage your
Seem ’s though it wasn't so long there was an old prophecy in every ©millTlitjX.ll
Ijoose jointed, and jolly, and hopelessly
There were lines of care plainly men. Three of the others are stal | ago as that. Dear me sus! how time one’s mouth that whenever a well etc. ' Try it and you will «ay ». tuo.
visible on the young face, and a worn wart miners, each armed with two re 'does lly! However, it doesn't make which was therein, and was continu
Yet never till now a blithe theme for the
haggard expression that seemed volvers, and they look as if they any difference when it was. Let's ally covered and locked up carefully,
strangely at variance with her once would prove ugly customers in a row. call it ’56, though I still think it should be left open, so great a We often hear it said, “ You cm «ell an 1
• beautiful, lovable pair of old shoes.
happy countenance; and our com The seventh man might do some wasn’t so far back ’s that. Well, quantity of water should issue there humbug article by well advertiaing it.” t JI
Though business may vex with its ups audits
l > partly tine, but if the article hu noiu5|
panion, a few weeks after, would shooting on a pinch, but he hopes as I was saying, when we were in out as would foijhwith overflow the th©
purchaser uill not buy a second time, ^1
Philadelphia - if it was Philadel whole adjacent country. It happened
Though ships may delay, and though bills moet us with a Hail smile that needed there will be no pinch. In the crowd
will probably prevent his friend froinbuyJS
no words to tell me that happiness are ten revolvers, two derringers, phia in 1856—can it be possible!— that an old beldam coming to fetch by informing him of iU worthlessness. S<>t£ I
Still, man, let his home be in field« or in had fled from her heart.
I heard a very curious story. It water heard her child cry; upon more it is sold the sooner it will cease to sell. I
three repeating rifles, and four or tive was
about a Mr. Whatshisname—I which, running away in haste, she On the other hand an article of merit «d I
Finds often a wearisome trouble con
like Ammen’s Cough Syrup, wbeno3
and there over the now mound in the good feeling as the stage rolls along. never could remember names, but forgot to cover the spring, and com worth,
will be appreciated, and the buyer will I
When, easy chair waiting, life’s rose-tinted churchyard. The wife returned to It is tacitly understood that the army you know him, father. That man ing back to do it the land was so used
not only contlnuo to purchase it whenagiiajS
with the red face and gray beard
Return with the advent of homely old her husband, and rumors came back officer is to assume command in case —no, ’twasn’nt him; the man with overran that it was past her help: need of a remedy for colds and cough», but will s
a good word for it, and thus, without 1
the coach is attacked, and they are the red face and gray board was and at length she, her child, and all advertising,
it would become known and haul
happily married; that there was some all to keep cool and tire to kill.
Rome wife drop the mending, and sit by my truth in former rumors; and we re
man we met at Halda's. caused this pool that remains to this
► <e> v
It is ten o’clock in the morning. the
Couldn't have been him. Why, day.”
Giraldus Uambrensis too Rev. .1. E. C. Barham, VV akrbntox , N. C.,j
Let u« build us a castle, my sweet one, in called the sad expression of the The windows are down and the pas
beautiful eyes as proof.
notices the tradition of Lough Neagh say«: “ 1 used Brown’« Iron Bitter». Iti»t 1
sengers are smoking anil talking, and
For our love grows the stronger, whatever
The once happy home was again to seeking for comfortable positions. ’Twas that man who lived down having once been a fountain which complete restorative» ami a thorough tonic md I
The coach has just (reached the on—dear me! what is the name of overflowed the whole country, to appetizer.”
And we are together for sunshine or rain, be shrouded in grief, anil the
And somehow the glamour ’twer ruin to mother, ere the snows fell, joined the top of a hill, when every horse is that street?”
which Moore thus alludes:
“ R ough on R ats .” (Hears out rati,uioj, I
“Never mind the man’s name, “On l.ongh Neagh’l banks, as the fiikeriimu Hies, roaches, bed-bugs, ants, vermin, chip. 1
father, leaving Myra an orphan. suddenly pulled up.
Romes back when 1 roach for these easy old When we again met, it was beside
“If it’s a b’ar we’ll have some fun,”
“Of coarse it’s nothing to do with
When the elear eold eve’s declining.
the mother’s grave, and my heart growled one of the miners, as Le put
— [G ood C heek .
All game is out of season just now except|
the story; but it makes mo so mad ! He sees the round tower» of other days
reached out in sympathy us I thought his head out of the window.
the game of kenc.
Iu ths wave beneath him shining.”
over the intense grief of Myra.
—| Chain here’s Journal.
“If it’s a robber, gin me the fust there’s your sister Sarah, father;
Heart broken, and made an orphan wap at him,” whispered one of the
In the cure «f «ever© coughs, weakluift ]
Stay, sweet day, for th»u art fair,
what a memory that woman has! she THE OLDEST PLACE OF WOESHIP INTHE spitting
of blowd, anti tho early stages of
in so short a time, wo tendered her desperadoes.
Fair, and full, and calm;
Dr. Pierce’s "Golden Medical Di
Crowned, through all thy golden hours.
our sympathy and love; but there
has astonished the medic»! faculty. 1
her tongue's eud and you once give
With love’« brightest, richest flower«,
While it cures thesevereut coughs, it strength-]
Strong in faith’« unshaken power*,
The Hall was now closed. There live feet six inches tall, with black her a person’s name, and she never'll Province of Quebec, stands to-day ens the system anti purilUt l/it blood. By
Blest in hope’« pure balm.
was no one left of the family but eyes and hair, clean face and thin forget it to her dying day. But me! j the oldest, place of worship in the druggists.
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Stny, what chance and change may wait« Mvra; even Miss Linda left our town
| lips, appeared at, the left band door It puts mo all out of patienco. When two Americas. Here at the month of All over London,
As you glide a vay;
after the dynamite: “My]
and as she bado us “good-by,” she with a cocked revolver in either hand I go to tell anything, I can’t remem the river of death first landed the heyt»
Now is all bo glad and bright;
’ear the hexplosion law*
ber the first thing.”
told us her heart, was “sorely grieved, and said:
Now we breathe in sure delight;
“But the story, mother?”
Now wo laugh in fate's despite;
but. there was still more trouble and ! “Gents, I am sorry to disturb you,
; years only after Columbus discovered
Stay with us, sweet day.
grief for Moroton Hall.” Wo pon i but I’ve get to make a raise this morn "Oh, yes! It was about this man— ” | the new world! The river is wide like *It is not necessary to enter into particular»:
referring to the complicated organic and
I dered over her words, and waited for ing. Please leave your shooters and
Ah, aha can not, may net stop;
■ a sea, although we are 400 miles from in
functional difficulties to which the moredali-
•ns name isHowever,
is nowever, its
us no use. 1 tho op(,n oooan The
All things must decay;
| time to explain them. Ono after an- climb down here, one at a time.’’
claaar» of American women are tubjert;
’Then with heart, and head, and will,
Well, a very funny thing happened | Hke
f N le es. The air is cate
l other our scluxilmates and friends
but we take pleasure in saying tliat Mr». Lydia
It was sudden, It was ho sadden to
Take tho joy that linger« still,
’s Great Remedy for all
certainly vastly superior in purity
Prize the pause in wrong and ill,
that it took ten seconds to under
a limited number. Wo passed the stand the drift of his remarks. Then China—oh, yes—no, it was in Italy, and sweetness. The soil is tawny troubles has an unbounded popularity.
Prize the passing day.
Hall and would shudder as we every eye turned to the right hand because it had something to do with sand, dotted with plateaus of birch,
VITAL Q J ESTIONS.
thought how desertedj it was iu po door, aud the two revolvers held by the bandits. But it couldn’t have and pine, and cedar, which seem to
THE STORY OF M0RET0H HALL-
been in Italy, either; foijyou remem
In tho suburbs of 0----- , in tho short, a time. The grass had grown a second robber was seen at. the open ber: father, that it had something have fled up the rugged rocks that Ask the most eminent physician
State of Missouri, stands Moroton in high and taugltel masses, aud window. It was a trap. The rats about tigers in it, and there ain’t no rise gradually and gracefully back Of any school, what is the best thing in ths
Hall. The largo lawns in front of every surrounding showed us deser were caught, aud would they light,?” tigers in Italy—leastwise, 1 never from tho water. Here these trees world for quieting and allaying all irritation«!
“Gents, I’m growing a leetle im
hover in the steepest and most inac
tile mansion are »till well kept, and tion and decay.
nerves and curing al! torn)»of nervou»
'The months passed into years, un I patient," continued tho first robber, heard of any there, bo it couldn’t cessible places, as if to escape tlio ax. i tho
the house still shows traces of it« ar
complaint), giving natural, childlike refredr
“and I want to see the procession it, father ? You ought to remember.” For, ah, it is cold here for half the ing sleep always?
istocratic grandeur. There in an air
or more, and the “habitant" And they will tell you unhesitatingly
of quiet beauty about the place, that sat, one October evening, I saw begin to move.”
■‘Father” is unable to throw any year
Let's see! The captain was to lead light
must have his roaring wood tire.
suggests to the passers by a home for
“Some form of Hops!”
us, anil we were to be cool, and tire
how secure this spot, is with
the homeless as well as a haven of
CH APT EK I.
"How vexatious it is. to be sure, its Still,
learned there was to be a new occu- ! to kill. But tho captain was growing
rest for the weary.
Ask any or all of the most eminent pbyai-
that 1 can’t remember such a little
This homo is now owned by. and pant there. The house was thrown white around the mouth, and nobody thing as that. Well, wherever it was, set as a dot on tho map to wait the cians.
\Vhat is tho best and only romedy thaton
tho residence of .Myra Moreton. The open, and everything around soon l had a weapon in hand. The rats the thing I am going to tell you first coming of the white man to all bo ** relied
on to cure all diseases of th« kidney»
marble slabs in the churchyard near resumed its accilstomeil aspect. Tho i were not going to light. One of the happened. One day, when he was the mighty North. Trade, and strife, and urinary organs, such as Brignt’s (liseeR
show the resting places of all the
traveling alone—no, there must have 1 anil progress, and battle have gone diabetes, retention or inability to retain iinne.
members but one of tho largo, aristo paired, and tiie now occupant came. ■ nd, and the other six humbly followed, i been somebody with him, because hoi ! by the other way. But the little and all tho diseases and ailment« peculiar to
I The seven were drawn up in line I told me what be said to somebody or 1 I wooden church, with the weight of women
cratic family. The small figure that
And lli -y will U-ll you explicitly and empiiHtiaîlf
is been passing to and fro, dressed in moving about, the house aud grounds, across the read, and while the robber other, and of course he couldn’t have many centuries ou its bowed shonl- “ Bucliu."
Ask the same physicians:
and. to my surprise, saw and recog held Lis shooter on the line, ho cool
sombre mourning, is Myra.
is the most reliable and aure»t cure for alllbw
said something to somebody if some !.
. g there in the , r grass
--- <li. "What
’wa»eii or <lys|tepsia, constipation, indigestion, billion*
Five years ago, there was assembled nized Miss Linda, my old friend. ly observed to his partner:
ij « m , malarial fever, ague, etc ,” and they will tell you:
I i L z ,
“Now William, yon remove the And yet he must have been alone.
“ Mandrake ! or ¡dandelion !”
at tho llall a large number of gay Strange thoughts filled my mind, and
Flauee, when these runedies are combined with oth«»
young men and beautiful young girls. stranger fancies still, when, in a few weapons from the coach, and then At all events he was traveling—oh! to this on its holy altar. I Joaquin equally
t compound -1 into Hop Bitters, such a
We were schoolmates and friends.
(Concluded in our next.)
I have, it now! no—1 wish I could
Slid were there to witness the wed
was ordered to hold his hands above thing like ‘Hickory,’ but of course I
ding of our friend Myra Tho halls
a man in a perfectly blood-curdling,
•ehood with happy footfalls, and the Myra Forbes, and sho was alone. his head, and whatever plunder was that wasn’t it.”
I nephew’s curse sort of a way lie ex- '
taken from bis Dockets was dropped
sound of merry laughter rang out
| presses the wish that God may make
into William's hat Four gold watch
upon th«' warm spring morning air,
: him wear a "plug” hat. The Egyp j
i es, two diamond pins, a telescope, a turns
and hero and there wo assembled to among her loved lones.
Busy hands were outstretched ti 1 diamond ring, a gold badge, and
mind is not altogether benighted,
discuss the coining event. Ont on
you at once perceive if I
the front veranda sat. the father and welcome her, and render the Hall ?l,‘2OO in cash changed hands iu ten I declare you’ve put nm all out, and TOU
mother, Kith sad and silent, so loth once more homelike. Tender words minutes. Not a mar. had a word to I can.t. remember for the life of mo you have ever worn one of the things '
were they to part with their only greeted her coming, aud loving kind say. Tho driver of the coach did not what it was that happened to him. iu a rain storm, or bad it smashed i
ness was shown by Miss Linda. The leave his
down over your ears as you were
interiore« , . T i
last, man had -----
been - ‘"'I1 ^°W ** WaS 8ometh,n* awfully getting into a hack.
Myra had always been a wilful Hall was homo once more for the with I When
•hila; she had ruled both parents, as wanderer, but the loved ones were ’ plundered, the genteel Dick Turpin
“Father” has no doubt of it, but
she had her teachers and classmates, gone. Marlile slabs in the church i kindly observed:
a prayer of thankfulness to
“You are the most decent set of breathes
Osborne. Musical Bazaar, Toronto
by her winning smile ami pleading yard told of their silent homos.
Miss Linda found that her charge men I ever robbed, and if times know that Maria has run down at Canada, writes that his wife was cured
ways So, in this affair, she had over grew
by tho great pain-banialu-r, St.
sadder in mind and weaker weren't so darned hard, I'd make
ruled their obje
objections, while they,
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Jaoob'a Oil; that he has found it an invaluable
with saddened li- marts, were forced to
F ooling W ith a W oodchuck .— remedy for many ailments.
change, or death our physicians said, I Now. then, climb back to your placer,
smile in approbation.
“Last year,” said tho driver of a
The Maasachnsetta Legislature had to be Rheumatism,CNeuralgia, Sciatic»,
Tho evening came. Wo were all
stage in the White Mountains. “L - A j prorogued.
Tho crowd "dumb,” and the vehicle (()o^ ; a a lady over to one o’ these ’ore |
busy in our preparations. The whole
Lumbago. Backache. Headache. T»»Hiache.
mansion was brilliantly lighted, and gaze aud quick perception found resume.) its journey. Not a weapon, I hotel“ i. Sut
Mere Threat, »wellie««. feFr»ie«.
She . had
one „ , o’’them hairy1
TRUTH IS MIGHTY.
nnnts, Weeid«. Free» R1
or a timepiece, or a dollar had been ((J
s itp. th eall
tho grounds wore bright ly lighted by
A5I* *I.L OTHIR UOIHLT PklN» A»« *’■
♦ .1 •" u „; h ;
When Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo. N Y an. Bold by DriiKgiiita aid I»< m . era av.-rrwhere. Fifty C*“‘
tho Chinese lantern that hung in grave ere long. So, after weeks of saved. Seven well armed men | I “
r>lrMtiA«a la 11 Lauifuage».
out by two and not a shot
a ««»• nonn«-.t that h« “Favorite F^criprion "
up-go numbers from every tree The persuasion, a bevy of small children Clean«)
THE <TI»RLEH A. ▼ Ol. JiLEK <•-
cu an aiui s>y v . a i not a .net pye
Wall, this ere lady had would ¡»ositively cum the many disea.?es anti
, \ ve»G!ii.»ft*O«.i
parlors were thrown open, aud soon thronged at Moreton Hall to their tired or a wound given. Mile after n innjd to take care o' tho dog, which weakne««»» peculiar to »omen, nome doubted,
tilled withtgllests. We never looked new teacher. Myra's busy hands and mile was passed m silenee, and final had its hair combed reg’iar everv
1 tec« treat inent. But the mighty truth
upon a lovelier bride. The groom employed mind soon gave back hope ly tho seventh man, the ouo who
fight on a pinch but didn't I ,By'
, Kot a
s™iu»lly became »cknowled^ed. Thmuan.le
was young and handsome. Ho re that peace, if not happiness, would might
of la.be« employed the “Favorite I'rcscrip-
sided in a different State, and report once more come to the heiress of plaintively
came ih a terrible
road. tion alK* w<’re »iwedily cured. By drnggi.t«.
vyaavhji » up the
von L gentlemen
’ontlomen , ....
. .. rn, . h(,(1 . . t() :•
Can t t some
the piazzy, _ and |l
said ho was the only sou of a wealthy Moreton Hall.
or a few
• . ’ This country ought to be too poor to import
lawyer. He was noble looking, tall,
was somethin’ white a coinin
. rag* from Europe.
summer until October came again. be ti/irci/MW tu the »>ccasion ?”
manly, and of tine physique, with and
down the road, and the boys in the
No one could, and the eilence was rear whoopin’ and yellin’. It was a
black eyes and hair No clouded
S-^TIn the Diamond Dyes more coloring is
9Y?WIPTOMS 07 A
thoughts till«! our minds, for their sunlight and bronze leaves? The renewed.—j Tit Bits.
short heat, and in a moment that 'ere given for 10 cent« than in any 1’» or 25-csnt
showed its accustomed
future seemed happy and bright. schoolhouse
number of girls and bovs, but »to
Strange rumors were afloat, now and morrow
A P oint .—It is rather curious that woodchuck a hangin' on to his hair colors.
Appc* to, Bcwcls oottive
then, that the son was reckleae and
D burr. They had to kill the For a cough or cold there is no remedy equal back part. l'n-n under s«n»ation
its entertainment Lt Moreton I with the unmistaknble preference like
that dissipation kept him banished with
to Ammon’« Cough Syrup.
The school mistress had re I
eli nailon to eso.non’ cf Dody or ninj
from home; but to all these whispers Hall.
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husbands, American men should give' right off hand, being on the piazzy
lrriuUMi tv cf te rapir. Low «pili«». 51’“
Myra and her schoolmates turned a beautiful black eyes sparkled once no indication of being able to take all the time, and the laughin' and F lies , roaches, ants, be<l>buget rats, mice a eilascf ».arHtg noglecUd «orna da?»
chipmunk«, cleared out by " Rough on n
to themselves wives from am- ng the hollerin' was enough to kill. That cr"*«v
DoU bvfere ih. eym, Y »“‘T/’ÌÌ
“For marriage is all a lottery, girls, more.
Hoadacha gen.raUy over the n«l>J
Tho morrow came. The banners rumor has ever floated over the sea of
n.sueeane», with I1UUJ dreattA tu*»*
and 1 am willing to trust Leslie
you."—[New York 8un.
The game of croquet ia wicket enough for ooiured Urlìi®, md
waved from the Hall, and the I ’ a passing sentiment or flirtation bo- agin, I tell
Forlies, for I love him.’’
clergymen t-> play.
That was the reason we turned our 1 grounds were alive with children. tween Young America aud the belles
A young miss of 16 Mka what is |
tttts rnxa »r.
.< i « p »«"
heads aside, and would not listen to Loud were tho voices that callad or beauties of a London season. Evi the proper thing for her to do when “You claim too much for Samaria* .Vrr- •n.hMMHi.
«l*.ci« ,wt. eh»»»*
“Miss Myra” among them, and en dently the magnetism which draws she is serenaded by a party of gen vww says a skeptic. Its patrons say just the of feeling a e.e«la«e
. te aatnnieh tho «utfvrw--
T)»»v firrawa Ut - Aewrtltx*.
The wedding festivities were con treated her to ioin their play.
the two nationalties together ia nega tiemen at a late hour. We are glad
b©dr U> TaJke
FìeeM.' thus th»
"If yon will not. then we’ll play tive on the side of feminine English to be aide to answer this question. 1
tinned several days, and the young
I hxt em »11," ,»i.l » rubicund hanpv-
Prie« V©JÌi** ITWÒ-r»y
bride left her parents, home, and it’s May D. and you’re our gneenr j aristocracy.
“All wh.f „kr,l hi.
Steal softly down stairs and untie the
« hy »11 the «yniptom» of m»l»ri».
young friends, to go among strangers, said one boy; and they forcer) Myra
vucl»me l>»ck. ».lung joint», .IroploMne«», in-
to share tho fortunes of her chosen into a seat, while they dance«! around ‘ A young woman in Erie has mar
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one. We all returned to our homes her and crown«) her with tinted I ried her brother's wife's father. By
“Investigator wants to know what Mo.-d to th. he»<l, conrtant f.t-gne, no »pp».
and duties, and the days passed as leaves and scarlet berriee.
this arrangement she becomes her is goo.) for cabbage worms. Bless ti»., p»ina in the brwwt »ftor .»tin?, night
But ere they were aware, some brother's mother in law, and thns the your heart, man, cabbages, of course. | ■w»»t». »ltern»t» chilh and f»»»«., ete..X.;
they had for months, save that we
Ritters cured me and I re- TUSK
were lees one companion, ono friend. thing had happened. A drunken young man has only on* boss instead A good, plump cabbags will last s«v but Bmrn >» s Iron
•• b«i< th. only pnrfwt tonic
The old home seemed lonely without man bad stumble«! and fell; his head of two.
•ral worms a w*»k
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TUB’S HAIR DYE.