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J Heart’s Blood !
By ROSA MULHOLLAND.
of something like genius touched and
delighted the best feelings of His na-
ture. He was the more disposed to be
satisfied with the results of his mar-
riage because hi-: wife’s low extraction
ness of perfect faith.
Every day her yearning grew deeper,
and the look of it settled in her eyes.
Her husband resolutely appeared to mis
understand her, refused to meet her
He AVa» At The Top.
pleading glance, persuaded himself that
Major General O. O. Howard says
she was ill, out of temper, anything
rather than homesick and lonely by his that the most impressive incident cf
side. If his conscience smote him with heroism he ever witnessed was afford
the remembrance of an eager promise ed by a wounded sargeant—not just
with delight the procession of glorified before he was wounded, nor at the
beings in the heavens. This was the time he was wounded, but afterward,
home of her passionate devotion, the
strait hard bed from which she could when he was dying.
‘The sargeant,” says General
endure to yield up her mortal breath.
Only the eagles and whatever super Howard, “was struggling to be in
natural beings had been lurking near the lead at Missionary Ridge during
heard the clamor of wild cries that arose
the ascent, under heavy fire from
in the isolated cabin at sight of her.
“Mother, there is something beautiful the crest.
coming that looks like Macha!” cried
“The man was shot down, fright
one of the little sisters. “Macha must fully wounded.
His arm shat
be dead and coming from heaven to see tered and the shock was so great
ts’!” And they all stood solemnly in
the doorway to watch the approach of that he was unconscious as he fell.
“As he was being carried off the
the apparition. But when Macha’s liv
ing lips spoke to them and her out field a stranger, a friend of mine,
stretched hands touched them then arose met him. The sargeant’s wound was
such cries as the rocks gave back.
“Turn you away, asthore machrro! was a secret from his associates. It was voluntarily made, he told himself that
Macha, are yon mad? Wouldn’t it be believed that she was the daughter of a I foolish vows ought never to be kept,
only to see you happy and well? I sup noble but impoverished Irish family; i The strangest part of it all to him was
pose the man has a good farm and can that she had been neglected iu her early ' that she did not reproach him with hav
pay his rent And you would bo well years and educated by her husband. A ing broken his word. But she did not
warmed and fod, my Macha, though pretty romance had been constructed, think he had broken it—only that he
mother’s hearth would be blank. ” liow or by whom Sir Humphrey did not was wcarilv long about beginning to
Keep It Pure
“I don’t want to be well warmed and know. His wife’s gentle grace was the fulfill it.
for Infante and Children.
lor which purpose nothing can V fed. I am as well off as you and the real foundation for it, and, at all events,
A bitter season set in, and Sir Hum
M equal I
It effectually re- dj* grandmother and the girls. Ila would he had not the courage to contradict the phrey, looking at his wife’s thin cheek
..■vr.co S S S. i all impurities,^ take me out to England, over tho sea tale.
and the darkening trouble about her
HIRTY year»’ ob.ervation of Castori« with the p atronado of
cleanses the blood thoroughly w —away, away to the other tide of the
With all this good luck there was eyes, bethought him of taking her to
mIlHon«_ofjor«on»^permit us to «yak of it without gw«a» i »g.
m and builds up the general health. M
something wanting to their happiness. some gay city, to a genial climate and
Our Treatise oa Blood and Skin diseases mailed
It i« onqup.tionahly tho boat iwudy for luxant» aud CMMm
Free to any address.
And the girl sobbed wildly on her
tho splendors of her home, not with tiie He had watched her walking to and fro
▼ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, 6a. ▼ mother’s shoulder.
tho world hai ever known. It i« harmle««. Children like it. It
“Send him off, then, acnshla machreo amusements cf society, nor with the I among his comfortable tenantry, in and
give« thorn health. It will »are their live». In it Mother» have
Why need you break your heart about Catteries and triumphs that fell to her out of their warm, wholesome dwell
what nobody is going to bid you do? share. She only half lived in luxury by ings, and ho knew what brought the
■omethlng which i» ab«ol«tely .afe and practically perfect as a
Your mother before you never wore u her husband’s side; the other half of hc-r quiver of pain across her eyes. She wa3
covered from sight by his overcoat.
fine gown, and we will bo hungry to ' lived on tho mountain among the priva- thinking of that dreary hovel among the
To be Continued.
1 tions to which she was born. Under Connaught hills. Where the sun always
gether as wo always were.”
The stranger asked:
Castoria destroy» Worm«.
Macha’s weeping subsided a little, < her rich sables she shuddered at the cold shines he thought she would forget how
MOCKING BIHUS TO COME.
Caatoria allay» Feveri»hne«a.
cold and hunger sting. So the Christ
but only to break out again as fiercely
I glowing fireside she kept counting the mas guests were put off, and Sir Hum
Ca«toria prevent« vomiting Sour Card.
A New Importation for Oregon—A
“I cannot send him away, mother! I »ods of turf that might have been saved phrey and Lady Gilbert went to winter
Caatofin cure» Diarrhoea and Wind Celio»
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
love him as well as you. Oh, why did from the rainy season to keep warmth at Florence.
“ ‘No; I mean whereabouts were
Uncomplainingly Macha did her hus
Castoria relieve» Toothing frontiles.
he ever come over the mountain? Better in the aged grandmother’s withered
The 50 pairs of mocking-birds, you hit?’
band’s bidding. She said to herself,
it had been him that lives down in tho frame.
Castoria cure» Con»tipation and Flatulency.
She heard the little sisters saying: “When wo come back, early in the says the Oregonian, purchased in
“ ‘Almost up, sir—almost to the
neutralise» the effect* of carbonic acid gaa or poiaonona air.
Chicago by Mr. C. F. Pfluger, secre top. Almost up.’
The mother stood aghast. ‘ ‘Holy Vir
In the mild air of Italy she did not tary of the association for the impor
gin!” she cried, “and ’tis only a score happy she has forgotten us!” The heart
Castoria doea not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
“Just then the coat was turned
of days since we saw him first. Then, if within her was getting every day more realize so keenly tho well remembered tation of song birds, are now on their
Caatoria_ as»lmilate»_tho food, regnlate« the «tomach and bawala.
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
you love him like that, my daughter,
way here in charge of the Northern exposed to view.
promise did not seem likely to be ful
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL you are bound to be his wife. You must filled. At last sho had summoned cour imagination was caught by the beauties
RivinR healthy and natural »loop.
that surrounded her, and for a little Pacific Express Company, and will
go, even to England over the sea!”
Yes,’ said the sargeant, at last
Castoria 1» put up in ouo-.iee bottle» only. It is not «old in .bnlk.
“You don’t know what you are say age and asked him tho question, “When time Sir Humphrey thought his triumph arrive about the middle of next
understanding what the stranger
was at hand. It was but an accident
ing, mother. How could I live without will you let me see my mother?”
Don’t allow any one to sell yon anything el»e on the plea or premia«
Sir Humphrey was troubled. Ho was that turned the scale against him and week. Part of them will be fed had intended to ask; ‘that’s what
seeing your face?”
that it is‘‘just as good ” and ** will an»w«r every purpose,”
made shipwreck of his plans and of
“As many have to live, my Macha.
did it. If it hadn’t been for that I
Maybe he would bring you back to see to her people, and he had hoped that Macha’s life. Accident or fate led Lady built by Mr. Frank Dekum, late would have been at the top, sir. ’
See that you get C-A-S-T"O-R-I-A.
us. And you might be able to send us the desire to go to them would have Gilbert, who rarely looked at anything president of the association, and the
printed, to glance into the columns of
the potato seed or a piece of the good
was something in her face which he an English newspaper, and a paragraph remainder will be taken care of by up—almost up,’ until he died.
flannel to keep us warm. ”
»ignature of -
could not understand, but which made met her eye in which certain rough Mr. F. Bickel, who has fitted up a
“I regard this as the clearest
er’s eyes and then round the familiar
Case of heroic patriotic devotion which
DENVER cabin. The storm came down again with her.
ine of food and fuel in certain parts of middle of April they will all be turn
occurred near me in battle. The
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria«
“It is out of the question at present, hungry and melancholy Connaught.
her heart, and she flung up her
ed loose, and will form a very desira man’s brave purpose was so strong
arms and fell into a swoon. Her lover,
gave way, and all the latent fire of her ble addition to the song birds already that even as he died it was the rul
arriving up tho mountain, found her ly any present you please. ’ ’
She shut her eager lips, seeing that nature burst forth. She flew to her hus colonized here by the association. ing thought in his mind, and his
ST. PAUL KANSAS CY door, with her head on her' mother’s her husband would not bear to be urged. band, with burning eyes, and laid her There is no doubt in regard to their
last wish was that he might have
knees, and was thus led into uttering He went hurriedly out of tho room, and finger on the cruel lines. Sir Hum doing well here, as several pairs of
LOW RATES TO ALL
gone to the top.’’— Exchange.
phrey was iu an irritable humor. Cut
promises which else he might never
strange gray cloud overshadowing her off from his customary country pursuits, these birds were turned out near
A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.-,
“It’s only the heart that is too strong face. The third summer had gone by, idling in a foreign city, ho had fallen Milwaukie by Mr. Pfluger a few
---------------------------- IB THE-----------------------------
in her, ” said the poor mother sorrowful and now again the winter was passing, into play and had lost heavily the night years since, and they have returned had the misfortune to have his leg caught
Leave Portland Every 3 Days ly. “It is ill to love a stranger that and she seemed farther than ever from before this eventful morning. The sight
between a cart and a stone and badly
attaining the great desire of her heart of his wife’s feverish emotion made him
• • POR • •
must part you from your own. ”
migration. Some of the mocking bruised. Ordinarily he would have
“I swear to bring her back, ” said the
man eagerly. “She shall come when her, with closed eyes, climbing in spirit sent with succor to her people chafed birds to arrive will be exhibited at been laid up for two or three weeks, but
ever she pleases and bring as many good the rough ascent to the mountain cabin. and bewildered him. Macha! for whose the Exposition building during the says: “After using one bottle of Cham
DAILY (without Sunday)......................... $6.oo per year
things as she likes. We might even Iu imagination she threw herself at her good he had inconvenienced himself so fair.
berlain’s Pain Balm I began to feel bet
DAILY (with Sunday).............................. $8.oo per year
For full details call on
build a house in the valley below. ”
ter, and in three days was entirely well.
C. A. WALLACE, McMinnvllla, Or
At this the color began to return into
gamblers! Macha to rise and turn on al of from 30 to 40 pairs of plain and The peculiar soothing qualities which
Macha’s cheeks, and the comfortable ability to keep her word.
Then, with a long sigh, sho unclosed him with those flaming eyes! He met black-headed nightiugales,
PER YEAR..................................................... )
some Chamberlain’s Pain Balm possesses I
W. H HlHI.Iil HT,
promises sank deep into her mind.
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Little by little the struggle between
time between now and Christmas. have never noticed in any other lini
S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast ol the times In all
the new love and the old was softened ly went about her occupations. Sho took bitter reproaches, upbraiding her with They will be housed and fed during ment. I take pleasure in recommend
It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THH
NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE.
ing it.” This liniment is also of great
away The will of the stranger pre advantage of her husband’s permission her imprudence and persistent folly.
EAST AND SOUTH vailed, and the marriago took place in to send a present—a cloak for the grand Having begun to give a little vent to the winter in the greenhouse at the value for rheumatism and lame back.
a little rude mountain chapel, where mother and flannel for the mother and his displeasure, he ended by saying Dekum place, and will be turned For sale by 8. Howorth & Co., druggiste.
Macha had been baptized, and where, the little sisters. There was much trou more than he had ever meant to say. loose in the spring. They are mi
traveling through hail, rain and storm, ble about addressing the parcel so that He refused to believe in the newspaper’s grating birds, and were caught dur
W ell Acquainted W ith Them.
she had knelt every Sunday since she it might reach that distant and isolated tale of distress and forbade her to men
It has something of interest to each member of the family
had been able to walk. At tho church
A country minister in a certain
ITS YOUTH’S DEPARTMENT is the very best of its kind.
Macha stood like one stunned, slowly while on their way to Africa for the
doors the husband reiterated the prom that the parcel went safely home was
ITS LITERARY FEATURES are unequaled.
ise that he would bring her back—very known by the arrival of an acknowledg taking in what his angry words con winter. This state being in the town took permanent leave of his
IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives its readers the benefit of the
soon she would return to the mountain. ment of the gift—a grotesque scrawl in veyed. As she had believed his words latitude of Northern Europe and congregation in the following pa
ablest discussions on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OF
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily
He almost tore his bride away, weeping
Central America being in the lati thetic manner:
and half fainting, from tho embraces of pressive of love and gratitude. Sir fell upon her like blows, and when he tude of the winter haunts of the
IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER.
L eave .
“Brothers and sisters, I come to
Humphrey read the curious document had turned harshly away and left her
Portland........... fl-15 P M | San Francisco..10:45 A M her people, from the clinging of their
nightingales, it is expected that
THE INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND COrVlERClAL
I don’t think God
Ban Franclwo.7:UO P M I Portland. ........... 8:20 A M thin brown haud3 and the kisses of their with a curling lip and threw it in the under sentence of his displeasure one they will migrate from here to Cen say goodbye.
CENTER OF ALL WEST OF THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BET1ER
fire. Allow his wife to go buck among only desire and determination possessed
ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE OF THAT SECTION THAN ANY
tral America every winter and re loves this church, because none of
Above trains stop at all stations from Portland to weather beaten faces. And in spite of
PAPER FARTHER EAST.
her—to get away out of this cruel world turn in the spring. The continuous j’ou ever die. I don’t think you love
Albany Inclusive. Also Tangeut, Shedds, Hal- tho promises lio had just repeated he
It Is in accord with the people of ths West both in Politics and Literature.
•ey, Harrisburg, Junction city, Irving. Eugene
could be so foolish. Ono such folly in a of plenty and bring food and comfort to
Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean Is ONLY ONE DOL.
and all stations front Roseburg to Ashland lnclu-
mountain ranges will confine them each other, because I never marry
seen the last of this wild mountain tribe.
LAR PER YEAR. Addreas
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
to this coast and they will have a any of you. I don’t think you love
Koaeburg .Vlall Daily,
weigh the consequence of defying her straight route across California and
husband. Her agony and longing blot Mexico. In the matter of introducing me because you have not paid my
Sir Humphrey Gilbert dressed his learn to forget them.
The Inter Ocean and the Reporter one year for $1.33.
Portland......... 8:30 A M I Roseburg.......... 5 50 P M
How was she to be taught to do it, ted out even tk^ memory of hie exist
Roseburg........ 7:00 AM | Portland........... 4.30 PM wife in a lady’s garb and surrounded
game and song birds, Oregon is far
her with all the appointments that were
ahead of any other state in the
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
How she made her way to Connaught Union.
suited to her new station. The first jar obstinately blind to tho exigencies of
PULLWRN ♦ BUFFET
to his happiness was given by his per the case? Full of intelligence on every who shall tell? As the lioness finds her
ception that, beautiful as was Macha in other subject she could not be brought stolen young, so did Macha scent the
A Curious Bicycle.
her silks and laces and trinkets, mu to see that between Sir Humphrey’s path to her native hills. Accustomed to
One of the most curious sights
sical as was her speech, graceful as were wife and tho wild tribe of her people rely upon her husband for everything,
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS. her movements, there was yet some there could not and must not be any to follow his instructions and mark out that has lately been seen in the streets
• --------IS ONLY--------
Attached to all Through Trains.
thing wanting in her to make her a further personal Intercourse. How slow nothing for herself, she must have made of New York is what has felicitously
West Side Division.
bride that could be presented, without she wa3 in taking up his meaning when almost supernatural exertions ta accom
been called the Eiffel Tower bicj’cle.
of criticism, to his friends. The he tried to bear it in upon her without plish her end. But accomplish it she did.
PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS
machine is constructed on the
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.) enchanting mountain girl, with her fortable words! With her beautiful seri
half angry and half relenting, revolving principle of an ordinary safety, but
picturesquo beauty and wild charming
IX À M i Lv
Ar 5:35 P M
ous face, her outward and inward refine plans for reconciliation, taking counsel
10:15 A M 1 Lv
Lv 3:01 F M ways, was no more. The lovely Lady ment, in her soft white draperies and
it has a frame superstructure which
salary. Your donations are mouldy
with himself as to how he ought to deal
12:15 P M| Ar
Lv li» P M Gilbert was a little too unconventional,
carries the rider at a distance of
fruit and wormy apples, and ‘by
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
plate a visit to that abode of poverty meant to send a largess to those crea some ten feet from terra firma.
their fruits we shall know them?
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad,
Brothers.I am going away to a better
tures, her little slips in grammar and which ho remembered only too well? tures on the mountain who were such a This machine is frequently seen on Burns,
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
place. I have been called to be chap A Ueliglou», Literary »lid Family
artless habitual utterance of the truth. Fancy the wild, brown littlo sisters hug thorn in his side—when he came back the avenues of the city, and the rider:
Caked & Inflamed Udders. lain of a penitentiary. Where I go
4:40 P M Lv
Ar I 8-25 A M But Sir Humphrey was very patient ging the elegant Lady Gilbert; the to his home, Macha was gone.
easily overtops the ordinarj' lamp i
7:15 P 51 Lv
Lv 1 5:58 A M with her and set to work to polish his meager, weather beaten mother weeping
you cannot come, but I go to prepare
Lv j 5 53 A M
7:25 P M Ar
unbiaaed and impartial A
over her; the mummylike grandmother through and over him. He first swore post along the route of travel. He j
a place for you, and may the Lord
precious gem in the rough.
paper for clergs men, scholars, teacher«,
Through Tickets to all points in Eastern
A long timo passed over, and the hus
business men and families. It dis
States. Canada and Europe can l>e obtained at band felt no desire to revisit the high was a grotesqneness in the picture as her sweet face and her former patience
the machine, which he can drive at.
cusses every topic of the day—re
lowest rates from O. A. W llcox. Agent. McMinn
Disappointed the Mediums.
and almost forgave her. Uneasily he re
lands of Connaught.
E. P. ROGERS,
ligious. theological, political,
quite a good rate of speed, taking i Bruises and ¿trains,
Asst. O. F. 4 P. A., Portland, Or.
“Dear,” said his wife to him one
literary, social, artistic and
Spiritualistic mediums at Colum
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
scientilic. Its contrib
day, ‘ ‘when are we going back to see
commanding hor to spend it on her own I apparent safety.
uted articles are by
This bicycle is Inflammations,
the most eminent
amusement. For the present she could I mounted from behind in the usual
She was standing before him iu a
writers of the
feather just now because of the un
flowing robe of soft white stuff, with him imploringly, “When will you allow not want, and this reckless visit would way, but it has to be held by attend-■ Stiff joints,
her honey colored hair dressed by a me to go?” and when answerod unsatis be sure to tame her. Very soon she
French maid, with jewels in her ears factorily would turn away with that would be glad to return to him on any [ ants while mounting. The owner I Harness & Saddle Sores,
who had been mourned as dead.
B aftiht —Services Sunday 11 a. m. and and flowers at her breast, looking such dull look of patience that was becoming terms.
Thus torn by distracting , sometimes places the machine against,
7:30 p. in ; Sunday school 9:50 a m.; the
Twenty years ago Johnny Gault,
thoughts, Sir Humphrey went back alone a wall and mounts from a standstill, j Sciatica,
young people's society 6:15 p m
Prayer a picture of beauty and refinement that
then 15 years of age, suddenly and It employs specialists and distinguished writ,
to his English home. Pride, obstinacy
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Covenant even the peculiar intonation that still
era as editors of its Twenty-On« Departments, as
meeting first Sat each month 2:00 p. m.
and the conviction that his wife was j but, of course, in the city this is not Lumbago,
mysteriously disappeared from his follows:
clung to her speech could not declare
M ethodist E hscopal —Services every. her other than a lady. Macha possessed
wrong and required punishment and I always practicable.
home on East Mound street. Nothing Literature, Science, Music,
Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
■ humiliation prevented his following her.
There is considerable difficulty in
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p in a high degree the power of adapting
Fine Arts, Sanitary, Missions,
was heard of him, and after the lapse
The sun was setting behind whitened driving the bicycle up hill, owing Blisters,
herself to the ways of those around her.
L ee T hompson , Pastor.
C omb . P kesbytkrias —Services every Sab Her husband recognized this power in
! last ascent of the hills. There were the i partially to the weight, the length Insect Bites,
mourned him as dead. Of late his
bath 11 AM) a m and 7:3C p. m. Sunday her and relied upon it to carry him
school 9:30 a. m. Y. P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30 i through the consequences of his own
School and College,
j bare seamed levels, the weird rocks, I of the sprocket chain and the balance |
p. in. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
consolation of spiritualistic mediums,
i terious looking lake. “Oh, God, I have ' extends from the upper sprocket
C hristian —Services every Sabbath 11:00 grateful to his wife for the persistent
through whose supernatural powers
5 returned!” broko from her. “There
a. m and 7:30 p. tn. Sunday school 10 efforts he saw her make, knowing she
Editorial, News of the Week,
she said she was enabled to converse Sunday-School,
■ is my mother’s cabin. ” The fierce
a. m. Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. m. was influenced solely by love for him,
All Sheep Ailments,
11. A. D enton , Pastor.
j ache that had gnawed her heart lateral swing or play of the chaiD is
for she took but littlo interest in the
with her son, Johnny being supposed
8 t . J ames C atholic —First st., between pleasures that surrounded her. He did
suddenly left it, and a glow of prevented by a guide roller mounted
be dead, of course. The mediums
O and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves
satisfaction went tingling throngh her | just above the back wheel.
Penetrates Muscle, apparently did not have any trouble
not know how far she was influenced by
pers 7:80. Services once a month.
Old and Young, Pebbles,
veins. Strange, instinctive, unreasoning
W. R. H ogan , Pastor
another motive also, the desire to earn
Membrane and Tissue in calling up the son’s ghost, and the
I lovo of home and kindred that can for front wheel measures 27 inches, the
Farm and Garden.
a reward, in the fulfillment of his prom
bid a human being to accept ease and rear wheel 36 inches, and the extreme
ise to bring her back to her native hills.
Quickly to the Very
K nowles C hapter No. 12, O. E. 8.—Meets a
pleasure in exchange for the suffering height is said to be 13 feet. The ■
So long ago did it seem, that folly
was greatly assuaged by the frequent A paper particularly fitted for lawyers, doctor«,
Masonic hall toe first and third Monday evening I
of want I Macha, who had been delivered machine was constructed in England
tn each mouth. Visiting member» cordlallv in- | that had married him to a peasant wife,
Seat of Pain and conversations which she had with clergymen, those engaged in business, young
C. H. MCKINNEY, Sec. | that all recollection of the details of the
over to abundance and luxury, cast them
people of both sexes, men and women who read
through the instrumentality of and
MRS. C W. TALMAGE. W. M.
from her like broken fetters and rushed
think for themselves.
Ousts it in a Jiffy. a him
circumstances had almost passed away
C vstek P ost N o . 9—Meets the second and fourth
A paper especially valuable for those Interest«!
forward into the embraces of her old
Saturday of each month in Union hall at 7:30 from his mind. Ho was a man of quick,
in Flat Art*, Sd.nct, Mu*k.
companion and foster mother, poverty. try. The adventurous spirit who Rub in Vigorously.
J>. m. on second Saturday and at 10:30 a. m. on overpowering impulses and memories
in a few moments he had been identi A paper giving valuable Information upon
th Saturday. All members of the order are that faded with ease. Things that wero
“ When will you allow me to got”
This was the spot where she had has been seen riding this remarkable
cordially invited to attend our meetings.
Mustang Liniment conquers fied by the family and friends as the Finance, Lire Insurance, Comni.rc
full of pathetic interest to him yester habitual to her countenance. She lived ; danoed and sung, wept and prayed, wheel is usually accompanied by a
B. F. C ll 'B ini , commander.
long lost son. John, now a man of 35, A paper for Sunday-School Worker*, thorn
J. A. P eckham , Adjt.
day were very likely to be follies to him in a state of painful suspense, of silent where she had been hungry and cold and
Makes Ilan or Beast well
and browned by bis many years of who have a Farm, Oardeo or liiuu Plant*.
W. C T. U.—-Meets on everv Fri today. Yet he was faithful in his affec taken in the idea that he was resolved the existence of those she loved. Here I a sort of bodyguard and prevent ve-
exposure on the western plains, in A paper for the family, old and young.
tion" for Macha, and the sight of her
yearly subscription Is $3.00. or at that rata
day, in Wright’s hall at 3 o’clock p m.
sists that he has never been dead at for Its any
part of a year.
struggling with her difficulties, labor never to grant her request. The memory was where she had watched, half I hiclesand pedestrians from obstruct-
£. T. L. at 3 p. tn.
| all, the spiritualist mediums to the Clubs of five. $2.00 each.
Mas A. J. W hitmore , Pres
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