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Camden Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Camden, Maine CAMDEN SEPTEMBER Professional ai Cards MILLER Rooms over Adams Hoot Shoo Store Packard to Perry Real Estate Loans on Pension Papers and other thn signature of a Justice of the prepared and Office in Perry Main The Village of Castino and its A full IIH winding Imy ami It roc ami shun Then hnr Oer and Ulc Illat tin nf And loom a lofty The nnd Hit have a shadi I mount and llm And then Ha native Ai it whips its mid the WILL Portrait copied to In Water Color or 1lciiac eall and examine my work going Satisfaction In every Chestnut AGENTS ft Homey Counselor at NOTARY New Law Robinson Attorneys at M Estate Agents ani Loin attention to sale uf POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of linking of dl in Government would c tho in run il li id holy thu HIRE YOUR and Real Estate this Is the only represent ing the dividend paying Fire Companies In Invest Stock hi the For the AETNA of For The and CASUALTY of New Practical Water Until or Fixtures feet tip In th licet We arc to make contracts for any of public or viite tu the most artistic anil workmanlike Wo give particular attention to securing Perfection in Every kind of job promptly and satisfactorily u clir or country very reasonable to work done In and at Call nt our place of 184 MAIN tho Or address ua by Mall at MA INK SANFORD SON Tako this method of Informing the public they arc prepared to do nil kinds of A We arc also prepared to do HANGING with and 8AXFUUU Mechanic opposite How and ALSO IN STEAM Parties nr llin rock ami ami Iron lor or OP Tubing am will do well t nil nn mo 11 it rcl i a si iK As I with tlie I can give ho ft 35 Al ilic Did HUH h Hif AH It n of Km U HHH tlin JW Pictures of the beautiful That on Is one of u dim old That all Not for oaks Dark with the Not forthe the below Not for the milkwhite mien That loan from the day with the And edge Not Tor the on the upland Where Mm red berries Nor tli nor the 1 mire hnd a Huh With iyii thai dark and deep in the Inp of that dI dim forest In pence asleep the own of Kmim tni winds that Wi then summer Jim feet mi ihr grew one of 1 fui my I It t A bed of the yellow pale My In n meek As trie of Ids And when tin of sunset In the He In My all tht on The one the lusl of fur ho price of up tuat air spare ye might rescue a perish in Think which youd havo on the last Mis a parlor or Thoroughly Mis King made no mill she did not urge the The poor woman hnd tried BO many times to make her homu and had always met with Fur many years she hnd wished for an instrument she called for in her youth Alcina Burrows had played the wheezy In the vil lage und had loved the flows vender In If anything Udw or occurred sho roso in the occasion and wont forth to enlighten who sat in Tonight her bonnet fairly with filio hnd weighty ul Mis sho assented Mlss Have ye seen tile corpse asked her Im so Those hero arc thb deacons on I have get them done Shea laid out ill to gravol to tn the I never see no You can get either of these machines of MISCELLANEOUS 1yl8 Office and Residence 24 Elm Late of New Counselor at Tho oldest and most nl agency In East ern before all tho departments nt Washington and the Court of U H HOMOEOPATHIC S and Ph and Residence Central Carle ton 7 to 0 12 to 2 5 to 7 Telephone at A Shepherds Calls day or Homoeopathic met clue Hair and Whisker It no lend or not required hi other Wholes Milo It the heat tingle prep aration over brought to their Tho largest hottlo mid In the Used by fiO Jre pared only by 3 3 Sold by all dealers Civil 47 Main Special attention to tho laying out and mapping of Hummer Work fii Camden ami Vicinity will receive prompt and cure fill HUNT Manufacturer of IN Grave WHIPS aln T Corner of A Kim Street AND Pension Claims The Pension Kill liberal of and and nearly nil and to a tn and tn uf itt of ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm Cleanses tho Allays and Heals the the Senses of THY THE FEVER A la applied Into each Is 1rlcc flu at by 611 ELY M die of He BEST MEDICINES eer Invented PAIN AND both Externally and It is n in in its For 1 of the or Tains tn or Swe or iin and at all MORGAN W nre aua him nitu price uu DOUGLAS SHOE run I FOR il W I an Bud I A calf shoe i for ir at u it All In direct i Mis Alcina Kings Mis King laid down the towel with which she was wiping her nnd stood Then on tiptoe to the wood house nnd peered in to fee if the hired might be Finding she was quite sho rc the through the nnd paused before n closed door tis n priestess might before u She opened the door und looked into n unfurnish ed A etolo angular features that fairly ho plain enough she but luko an them sort of cream ground with pink roses along put some lace curtains lo the an a she slopped and looked why not A outlast n twice It will pay in the end to down u Then 11 able in the center of tlic room with the of wax fruit on it that Aunt Sally Then the sofy an six 1tl to have green rep liko the an the wreath hung over the an Wide nn Fast Asleep right an Alcina what bo ye on Yo forget the and Mis King straightened threw back her and extending her wrinkled began playing on an imaginary musical Suddenly eho Her bands dropped to her The rapt smile faded and ill its placo crept that repressed look so often seen on the faces of women of her Sho closed the door gently and went back to washing the long afternoon wore and Mis King began preparations for the evening She took great pains wilh her and came out from the oven us light as thistle She opened a can of her best preserves and brewed an unusually cup of Supper was ready to the minute when the click of the gate was and Kings heavy step echoed along Iho He was a solemn with a face not unlike that of an Ho was a man of at be ing and also ouo of the of tho Methodist He was an expert In exhorting and a bright and shining light in class For his ad mirer were wont to give me King every a mas ter Ills warnius to sinners sho coaxed from Hut hor lord hud proved to her by mathematical oa dilation that Iho price of iho orga would keep them provided many yoar with a weekly religions There fore poor Mis King had yielded an was fain to content hor hungry soul wll the blatant of Trumpo instead of tho music for which sho long Sho had earnestly desired a pore on which Mio might sit and rest i tho cool of the but a It wa would pluck a brand or so from tho and thus fain was ib obliged to sacrifice hor After King had returned to th post nnd sho had dono up hor sup per Mis King sat down to res and Slowly there was born an idea in ho brain which grew and grew until H as tho healthful proportions of ai earnest Sho would furnish hor parlor herself In her girlhood sho had learned Ihi tailors and had boon quite skill fill In handling tho Sho owned a machine and mado hei husbands There was no tailor in vista of possibilities opened out before longing Having mndo her sho sot to was rumored in that had begun ai d tho news caused quito a slir in tbo Orders began to como nnd early nnd late tho whir of Mis of men stand awkwardly about the yard and on Ihe Therein her with Iho head of her on Iho with her tired hands peacefully quiet and cold lies Mis King while from the group standing about tho instru ment comes Iho Ill lly III r ho added Im sorry I know I hadnt ought are jest an fir the worm that dieth not an Ihe lire that is not quenched he be Tonight Brother King if possi ble more down by the sins of a lost anil corrupt humanity than but lifter n or Iwo and third plum saucer of his wifes excellent ho began lo it waft she re to her and g h aid briskly 1 was this after that we might as well furnish up that empty cost a bun Sho by the look on the good He was well nigh at her I Mis Mis King he mourn Belling down his nip und regarding her Midi II grieves me il cuts me to Ihe to up ye bo wilh Ihe pomps an vanities of this hero Indeed Kings machine might be hoard and high above its clatter roso her cracked voice as she quavered forth the strains of her favorite hymn U rr n Ity Hie tit the river of Weeks pasted and n little roll of n Mis Kings bureau drawer gan to bo of pretentious Ono afternoon as sho was finishing a vest and thinking she must lay aside hor work and begin a shadow fell across tbo kitchen und n voice said Aunt Sho looked up at the gawky lad of her Bon and How do you do well said tho boy as ho dropped listlessly down In the nnd tho hills that shut in and hat were fast growing rod in I lie rays of the setting Hows crops lookin asked his Blast said the lad with sud den energy catching bis aunts re proving Aunt lo like but Im sick of the Its nothin but from mornin lilt week in an week No let no no Fathers been two years lhat I should go to Normal for a term or two but today he told mo I couldnt An lo crown hes took my he re that ho gave me an lhat 1vo brought up and took such caro an sold it an kept tbo what ho got for it would havo given mo one term at the and yet he tells mo he cant allord to lot me Here his voice broke and ho stared resolutely at the faraway but un der the shade of his haltered straw Mis King could sec the big cars slowly drop down his thin she In another year ye can Hut ho interrupted Aunt ho aa ho looked straight at her with his dead mothers you dont know what it is to want a thing awfully to He nights about it to almost got it then havo it snatched right out of your You dont know what it is o want lint como in lo toll yc Hie Handy Hansoms come loan bo Deprived of tho TIIK A A a morphia habitue deprived of the Tho slight uneasiness and sense of discomfort gradually pass extreme accompanied most tbo her to Sho was on her but you bos moved to So now for her to the thing I Mis 1 haint a mite nor a grain of said ho Thorn that lances has got to pay tho shoi rpy cant she go out to her uncle suggested Mis Mis whod yo iio would ever theri pay her way out Tlw Ian said Mis King soul lave ironed touched and drow out a mil of juing back she and touched her nephew on the and as he looked up with the races of tears yet on his she said lake Itll pay for a year at Ihe as he glared at ihc money in Aunt how good you lie yuro no said Mis with little laugh I hadnt no special use for its just some 1 happened lo have by me thatll It take it take it King set herself diligently to work Many a night she toiled her husband tho sleep of ibe more the hoard if hills grew to decent and in her minds eye she began to see her future parlor in all Us One evening as she worked and sung the ISean came in for a The widow was the most popular widow was a woman of akes olive screamed that good be yo crazy I Id seo myself help that and sho fairly sputtered wilt virtuous I toll ye I enough to foreign missions my cash on I must I want o fco to and and to loll em the and away she no doubt regretting she could not go two ways at Mil King pushed hor chair back from ho and sat She re Mundy slight slip of with roso dreadful lhat sho must go to tho poor If sho could only go to her and his wife tho salt of the and would do what was right by a long way to It wonld lake quite a sum of money to go Cold was coming on baby ought to bo warmly ing looked up at tho An her good man wonld bo Hour she could wiik to Mandy way stay black night nnd raining ib King did not Sho folded her plaid blanket shawl voi stooping led on her musty black and went into her When sho camo out sbo was very palo nd hor lips wore Sho took down her faded cotton urn opened the and went out ito Iho Four months later a gang of burglars cut through the country and did not corn unpretentious The hamlet was in a fearful state of ex whon one morning U was dis covered lhat several houses had been broken It was ono of those rare opportunities which oome only once or twice in a life and the AVidow rose to meet Forth on her round she and tho first call the postmasters Sho found Mis King paler than with heavy circles under hor and complaining of a heavy She and her spouse bad wakened that morn ing from a heavy both and distressing sensation of emptiness and Tho whole nervous sys which has been working so long under a deadening abuses Its liberty nnd runs absolute riot a breath of air which would bring relief loan or dinary is painful lo him so sen is the ekin hat a touch and oven tbo oyo nnd car nro incapable of tho mosl ordinary stimula To are added sleepless ness Iho patient cannot got a moments rost jlf ho should close his In horrible dreams nnd indefinable terror takes possession of and make him dread that condition which others look to for and In capacity to lake prolonged sloop constant yawning and painful of all his senses and other troubles sinks the sufl oror into a condition of prostration nnd only to be relieved by Who then can wonder if tho again lo Iho drug which hns so long him Hovering between n longing lo be free and a feeling of in capacity to endure his ho asks reproachfully whether it is true thai science has discovered no means of re no for which may bo given him we havo no means ul our disposal which will do more Ilian alleviate and if the morphia will be freed he must himself un der such control ns can his giving way under the as ho almost ably will if left to but us he ordeal ho has this consolation and this great Inducement lo submit to that it is A fuw days will seo him through tho and although ho may not bo comfortable for n wock or his discomfort is on durable and becomes less and it gradually passes Into ease and Tho Prodigal An old lady lately told mo his rue A farmer living in Kentucky had a little girl named whom he great ly Having lost his hiding no ono to euro for tho child prop ho gave her lo her mothers sister In to write regular nnd o visit her every year or lint soon his ho began lo drink and in a few years became a confirmed lly degrees ho censed writ ing to his lost his entire and degraded and wandered about the country u common his friends being unable to any trace of Twenty years after ho had given up Ids ho stopped ono duy at Iho door of a in Missouri anil asked for As he young mistress of tho house handed him a liberal a clinging to her shrieked wilh fear of the Hush tho old man will not hurt said tho Is hor name cried tho I had a little girl that looked just like hor when 1 lived in old Did yon live In Kentucky 1 came from from a farm near said Iho young From near Thero Is whore 1 lived 1 cried tho Did you ever hoar of Joel I was respecta ble there before my wife Lois Dont The famous answer lo tho man who said ho had too time to do a certain that he hnd all the there has apparently never been laid to heart by many active and These and rushing persons seem lo be under Impression that they have only a small bit of and thai all I hey are lo do be done ai Joel Cameron I Lois I gasped the young Those wore tho names of my Tho poor tramp caught hor Is your name Did you como souri with your Aunt Anna anil did your father slop writing to you and dis appear Im n sorry father for but I am your said tho poor man burst ing into Mis daughter led him into tho house and showed him letters and of her IIo recalled incidents and objects of Tho lion was Never was prodigal son belter than this prodigal of her shaved and ho ramp was like Iho onco de now clothed In his right Ills grandchild served lo bind him o duty and bo remained until his death yours a and helpful member of his childs in Temperance Hy 111 wig blow oil and was captured and returned by 11 nice young to whom the old gentleman wittily nnd graciously acknowledged his obligation with A thousand my You aro by fur iho most hair restorer I over idol may bo by many accidental in is a kind of or dedication Whon a man bo comos with his sho quickly sinks into a of grief for the deceased Is madness for It Is on Injury lo the and thu dead know it did that moth mixture go that I told you tho other sir hot Tho moths wont oat anything Von press the trigger and wo do tho us Iho revolver said o he fool who didnt know It was Tho blls of opinion town In Iho minds of children in life after wards issue to tho and be come i Let al fooling very 111 you was sug gested the repealed Mis Yes haint yo heard There was burglars hero lust broke Into But Ills King heard no Sue pushed past tho widow into her In a moment she Her face was haggard and She had grown old in those few She clutched the widows arm as they stag gered into Iho Stolen sho cried in nn awful and fell face downward al Iho willows Ono year latei there is a great commo tion on Mis Kings It even ex li and a A from cracker barrels with Mis King gave a little Ihon In the postma slowly went lo her bedroom stands a huge van loaded with ing her hand under u pile of freshly In Ihe largo spare room pink roses trail along the walls und a German woman is Im ki ng down a gaudy Brussels all is u worn woman with sunken cheeks and hollow who pauses between her orders lo endure u 111 of racking cough Tho instrument is unpacked and nought and King stands looking on with manifest an ho O Mis how much heller Dont she gently says I want to enjoy It all I wont be At last everything in in even lo ho hair wreath and the wax In Iho twilight Mis King steals in and ouches tho As her thin tingern wander over the long for Dllen melodies of her girlhood conic She is so Two weeks later Mis King her Tho arc and Iho soft June air comes stealing The parlor is filled and so is Iho living even the while once if it is to ho done at Instead of drawing on time as if it were u large subject to constant demands as these people lo draw out Iho whole amount al They impress one as having no reserve of leisure or f hoy aro under tho harrow of Iho present and they aro driven when Ihoy ought to guide and There is lime enough in life for all rational people lo do whal ought to do time impatience or or tho hurry which destroys Iho sense of repose and sops tho reserve To tuko life breathlessly is to miss tho deepest und richest of il 1 To hu always on the run is lo lose all those sweet delights and resources which come an open mind and The hur ried man or woman never has lime for anything not even for he thing in work done in a and done to the exclusion of many oilier al ways hears the mark of and basic il is never a completed anil finished To do is one of the human il is sec to the obligation to By all means do your work with your whole heart und with all your buldo il with quietness of hot you may not only accomplish Ihe thing in but make it expressive of your own na ture and receive back from it strength and added power which consti tute the rich reaction of Is hero n man in all his the female lecturer on womand that has ever lo lighten the burden rest ing on bU shoulders do you know of womans work Is there u man hhc folding lnr arms und looking over her with superb has ever got up in he leaving his wife to enjoy her gone ly down made Ihe cooked I i own sewed Ihe tons on Ihe childrens danied he family Ihe pots und cleaned and the swept Ihe and done all if duy after ingly If there Is Mich a man in audience Icl him I should like lo sec him And away back In the rear of the hall n mild looking man in specta in obedience to tho timidly He was the husband of eloquent It was the lime lie had ever had a chance to astert What Science Cannot Not long Lyman Ab bot of in a vein of rich descanted us follows on the modern newspaper I can Ihe bowels of the says und and he resources comfort that havo laid dormant since Iho world Wo thank for 1 can bridle tho that Hushes through the and make il minister to Ihe civili Wo hank for Sci I can explore tho heavens and calculate the movements of Iho bodies lo a thank for I can reach under Ihe from continent lo und lime und We thank bee for I can collect and he news of Ihe world in a single and at your breakfast able you can road it il in your lint can yon make tho papers toll Iho Science says no power on visible or can make Iho papers Iho The period is so short between ho oc of events rue Ihe giving of Hie news to Ihe public lut there is no lime for This can hardly bo by Iho harsh term of ly as tho reverend doctor would stig matize if edi tors wonld knowingly publish nn item of news which was ill your almsgiving bo anony It has tho double advantage of suppressing at the same and Van I wish I knew how lo my com this summer Her husband absent should havo packed It away in camphor with the other my Goodt am looking for man named who camo here from our Look along among those palaces on Now IIo has probably mado a fortune by this had money when ho camo Wost Look in Iho poor New York actions for Iho are tho jost explanations or apologies for wrong in Iho host evidence of for horn that wo can or tho world The Wicked As every ono In the early days of Methodism a amount of strict nass was maintained In regard wear ing of jewelry or costly An will loot divine of that gives an ns A preacher had gone to lew and was In iho midst of Irst when a woman rose and went the door with unnecessary Of course he supposed he hud said something which gave but on making he learned tint the wo man left because the wick ed bosom The fun of II was that In liad driven to the service over hud and one drop of mud hud on Ids Im maculate shirt deceiving the tender conscience of the good in Aniki Hot Water for A most wretched Her of years who for ten lius thought himself happy If lie get twen ty minutes sleep in the hours Hidd I took hot comfort ably one good hour before each of my A every the best Washing Sold by three one Ihe lust thing ul night unmixed with anything The very first night I slept for three hours on turned round and again till 1 have faithfully and regularly continued the hot and havu hud a had night 1alll gradually les sened and went the shattered hi came und Instead of each night being one long misery spent in wearying for the they are nil too short for the sweet refreshing sleep I I he subject of women en gaging in any active labor the question Is always raised ns lo whether they have Iho physique for whether it requires more strength limn they or whether they will go 01 have fewer or neglect conven or be than wicked vulgar These sympathetic are nut express ed concerning women who fake in wash who spend heir days in abroad and their nights in washing and ironing und cleaning at liy a curious of it is only when their labor competes with that of In for in in in general busi or in any scientific chivalrous rises up in and to allow misguided ty to put ils eyes out poring over miserable in Mail and The anil Ihe Mauf Pastor Mine I OH It my duty to lull what New Discovery lias done for My were anil my parish loners thought could live only a few I took nf New Discovery anil nm sound and well gaining Ill In Arthur Manager Funny Com After a thorough trial and convincing I nm confident Mugs New for cm anil cures when The greatest kindness 1 can do my ninny thousand friends Is to urge them to try Free trial bottles ul Stores of Hose und Womans Home Tho man who considers that the homo duties of u woman nro inferior lo the political work jf u man must bo cither a bachelor or Tho very highest qualities of Hie heart und intellect may he exercised by a sister or an elder in watching over Iho mental and moral growth of ho children in her Heroic patience and vigilance Hint never an adapta tion of means lo I ho a careful study of Individual and n keen psycho logical may room for exercises within the four walla of an humble New was troubled with Neuralgia and Ids Stomach was his was to an alarming appetite Ml and he was terribly reduced in unl Three bottles of Hitters cured had i running sore on his leg of eight years Ised three bottles of seven boxes of Arnica and leg sound and John hud live large Fever on Ids doctors said he was in line bottle Hitters und ime Arnica cured him Suld by Urns iud All und in Ibis country are all related lo each thai The former came from Iho mother and Ihe Inner from Ibc falbor Il is not always besi to wait until Iho homo Is ready before finding a rue wife for with a life partner at Ihe a better homo could be wilh Iwo lo gule ils and all il might wonld M of a or a of one for be
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