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   Newport Mercury (Newspaper) - December 11, 1886, Newport, Rhode Island                               THE NEWPORT MKRCURY: FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 11, The Weight of a word HnvoyuueviT tliuiiKlit of ilir wight of a Tlr.it Hills 111 tliu kuart like tin1 "I .Ami earhilliln wltli cwlur Hie liaimornf Truth, iiiiiUtcnii llic liarvmlliii: "I I'l'aln l iiraln, Likt1 (k'wdrulis llm hill on :i Or thatslirivi'li. llio gurni ami iriill And lies like a worm nt the IIIVI.'.-< mm? 1 paw 11 (armor at hrt'ak of tiny IlwliiK 1'iirii In a win-fill way; All unwiiv cniuc with a ilniuth 1" his JMaeoiiraknl tin1 woiter and liiirrli'il liy. The keeii-wlBOil the fallhlnl line Ulllleil I'll the l-arlll III the laifll niwi The wecilsspnuiK "I1 their feather.- I Overlhe llelil, ami Hie enip was-lnsl. iiiK tlm protly blue notit dl' it room with warmth and nidium-c; Iliun slio Btowl hofoi-o (lit) mirror, mill uiui   if theeloml; Anil the u-.iw.-i held up a dripping i-linmtl- llllt, ImrUlo'er the waters tll.ll wildly raved Canto a word ol ijieer, and lie was -saved. If did, asono nan lie on paper, 1 shall he, spared reinnnstraiu-e ur away. His pride, his stri-iifith of will fur-i The Iwo weeks tliitl followed were ftraliiiK, j-k-ulhiL' tuwimls her. Kite opened her vyuH huiL'itidly. llur maid Imi! with iiuiHt'k'se foot- steps, and held out to her a an arraii'-emunt m aerial and uraeeful as though an ulluriiif; of a fairy prince. A few lines from Talcutl, breathing de- votion and anxiety, aouompanied tiie flowersi That evening lie iiijuired for the note, wliich lie had only remembered after leaving. in ru- coipt ol written comimtnds from IICTTC- their wliou he asked Iliu contents of tliis one she hail no tliilienlty in some trivial proU'.xt as its motive, r'rom this time Kvel.vn easily persuailed herself that, by sonic lucky ehance, that silent wit- ness against liei had eit stroyed, or was iuvvu to li you, if you _ "Hut -she muni liavu H liatdo you mean by daring to kcop it from wild Mm. Harper, herbiooii will heeomeof it if Ml un- interrupted Miss Tracy. "It will bo passed to thu Dead Letter Olliee at Washington; froiii tliere re- turned to the person addressed." 111.-, attention hciuj! at this moment demanded, tho clerk turned away, and the ladies retreated, diseomlited. "lluf-li'll never think of reading the list of lUH-hiimvil said .Mrs. Harper, who had oiilv vaguely asuiiiil- the infi........" I "Boieutiflo" Blugiug. AM Kiimini; if important, yea, almost iiidispoiiHibie, in pitbiiu wvVehip, it is very important tliiit duo attention be given H, writes C. Itavis, In the Tuxiis Christian Adviieiito. When thoro is guild MUZHIK, I havo always found It an easy matter to preach. On the uthor band, when in- ster.d, tliere is A babel of eoiifiisiou, it i is almost an impossibility to preach. 1 j wisli to hei'e iliat a 'preacher who has lo do all Ihe praying and i preaching can u'd my .sympathy. lint at tho same lime, 1 must say ated the information aciiiiircil. "lie's: that, in most cases, preachers arc to he uo.husy a-readiii' tbo cluck-list." hlameil not bavin-; hotter in l-.vi-lyn did not attempt to eiilijjhlcn Asa .-r aunt; neither did she share her our preachers InivuKoml voices, I mean i views. She was depressed i strong voices, and they are inclined to nt silent as tliey drove home, and i-'make full prouf of lli'eir ministry" in started with alarm when, as they en-1 that particular sphere, at least, i have tcred. she saw tlmmtili Mm open door known tin- lenders of choirs tu CASTORIA for infants and Children. "C.ilorUis sowclladapltt! lochildren that I CutorU cures Colic. Constipation, irccoinmendltassuiicrlortooiiypn'seripUonI Bour Btomoeli, Eriicuilon. n. AKJIIEII. M. I Wll kaova to me. Ill Eo. 8t, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wlififu'tInjurious mediatlM. Apootpai'M-il wlthaMiinj; of II Jlld ill his heart liken in a elod. Tut CmTiuu COJIPINV, IN Fulton Street. N. T. lee thethonulit Ills HIM I'l-aiiu-il In pniiuuince UK .And tin- until! "f rylliiii Ils magic wru Kcrlik- :it linn was tlie trill, Low wns Ilio i-cliii aiHvren-il thu hill. Hut :i jraloiis frli-liil near slili-. Ami III! IliS lip.-, till! riWl'L't A woman pained wln-n- a uliaiiiMier Throw In flic iiarkm-ss Ils pnlmnitil spi-ar: Woarv anil fuotviiv fniiil Sho hail slnivi'il unawares fniiii tin- rijilit t" Ilio runiiiiiL'iis 1 could, to lell you I've met i -Mr, Oshiirne on I'ine street, llc'd jusl seen Hugh; ho'd baek. ll'sall right, with him. It seems wlien hu gut to Virginia City, lie hoard from an in side man don't know their Isluok be shorted that stuck I lie was broad long I a broker in Virginia. lie was hound I to lell his partner, even. Maybe I lioek'niiii.-her liaek from her den, Idon'ttnll it just right, J.llt Oslmrili'Sliys AllRt-ls-----..... Holland Us (U'mcms wt-n; 1 Thetoliouf aniirelilii, Drew hl-rliavli. anil i" lira' -Ikes. her foruiv ek'niti] ie win--------- i that sweel word H lie, Words! Wiinlii! Tin-: nnd brave; Thcv rescue u natiiin, an empire They close np I lie in a fresli heart That sicknoss and sorrow havi-sowii-d apart. They fall on tin- path, like n ray of thc sun, Whore the shadows of death lay no heavy upon; Thcv liu'hten the i-arlhovi-r our Idussi-d dead, A wonfthat will ciinifiirl, nil! Icavo not unsaid. Calc. THE DREADED LETTER. quite Hor color paled slightly as shr spoke. "Dead sure! The Erin's gone up, be- yond the peradventnri) of u They were loaded np with Sierra Ne- vada at two hnndiod; it went down to to-day: hence these tears. Saw his partner this morning; ihe poor wretch's looks gave tlie whole thing as a sheet; MO backbone loft. Talcott should liave linen hero can with Iho iron mask, is richer than over." She .sloppc'd short, at lliu face and (lilutotluycs of her niece. to hint this Miss Traoy gasped. "Voiuliil! Oh, well, he's overlook- ed it, being as it's all rijjht with liim now, ami he's so terribly in love with said sanguine, common Mrs. Harper, comfortingly. ''Ho.will novcr forgive said .Miss Truoy, with tragic conviction. As the words passed li T lips, a note was brought to her. It ran thus: "Have just roturnt'd, dearest, but must go to my olliccoii important hnsi- ness, so am prove: from rushing at once to see you. May I hope to find yon at home this evening? Yours, ever the well-known iinil bore signature, ''Hugh Taluott." said Evelyn, re-rend- ing tho note with a mystified expres- sion on her face, in which, however, :i pale gleam of hope showed itself, "lie wrote from his room, but had not re- ceived my letter, Could dunes have neglected to leave it? Oh, call him at once." 'Send iloues cried Airs. Harp- er, in Mustering tuiics.tu a passing ser- vant. received wil me surprise, when, t'iirly one attei noon, lie walked suddenly'into tho. 1 hrary. "How fortunate 1 :nu to tind yon a home and be .said. "I am resting lor the opera this eve niitg." "Very wisely. 1 was tempted to ru in and show you your diamonds, whir I havo just received from Tiffany's." He put his hand into tlie baek puckei of his eoat and pulled out tlie case. A lie did so, something white fell from hi pocket to the floor. "Why, here's lie cried in snr prised tones, as ho piekod it up: "you noto which 1 thought was lost. 1 nuns havo thrust it into that pricket in my abstraction on the day yon fainted ami' my head was in such ;t whirl. Haven' worn thc eoat since, so didn't discovo it." lie held the. letter carelessly In Hit same hand which extended to her tin velvet case, on whose satin lining tho jewels sparkled. With the death war- rant to her hopes nestling near them the gems seemed to shoot ont baleful gleams, as though each, one were ai: evil eye. Hut to this momentary fool- ing succeeded a desperate In a moment tho bntlor stood stiff reo g wearing onl the scabbard to! nsk lie peered curiously into his compan- me, ami Tad to stun to hattend ion's face us lie rattled on. j something, and I made bold to lui 1 "J am SOITV." she.said com-! him tu 'and it for me. Hit was so near (losurc. "Mr. Tnlwitt is a great, friend j and in a quiet neighborhood. I thought ng cold which fired her soul and ex- cited her to action. The sight of those jewels brought to her nature, perhaps, Lho highest inspiration of which it was capable. She leaned very near him; a soft carmine suffused her' cheeks; her lovely eyes shone witha brilliancy be- fore which the diamonds paled. "I have a caprice, a she said. "You shall yourself deck me in them." He gazedather. dazv.led, spell-bound by her marvelous bounty, infatuated with lovis thrilled by her touch. She held out to him one diamond drop, and as he took it with the hand which still held the letter, she asked, smilingly: yon not part foi- a second will i It will keep." posi of ours, lie returns from Virginia dity io-morrow. I hoar. What n lovely costume that is, trimmed with hum- ming-birds. Oh! here comes .Mr. Brett Jo claim inc." As Kvelyn Tracy linatcd away among the whirling crowd, he followed with an intense gax.e. her fair, unmoved face, until she vanished from his sight. pluck, that lie thought. "Not a norve quivered; yet 1 know she's onguged to Taloott. She's hauilsomo, too." The most brilliant bull of that bril- thcrc wasn't risk.' "Very well; it is of no said Evelyn, with constrained indilTor- cnco. Tell Marry to ctime to me. Ah! here be is, now; you may go, Jones." A boy eight years old cume vaulting into the room. said his cousin sharply, "what did yon do with that letter Jones gave you this Now 1 want you to tell me the truth." "I ain't afraid! I'll tell the truth every time, you bet! I started with it and I'onto was with me. and he ran Diantseason in San I'Vaiipiaco wasdraw-Uway, and J ran after him; and when I L- stopped and looked in my pocket the ing to a close. Jt was remarked that Miss Tracy had never seemed gayer, nevermore charming; and coquettish. had danced incessantly, and yet, uvhtiii she stood nt tho dressing-room 'dpur, fiho looked as blooming and ra- diant, under her soft, white hood, as at tho beginning of tho evening. A admirers pressed round her to last. For each she had a smile and a word. Through' the grand gallery, with its paintings, marbles, and splen- of perfumed llowors; down the .broad staircase, whore pink-shaded lights throw a softened lustre; even sho stood for a fow moments in iho open spirits were still at pitch. But when the door of ithe carriage was slammed to, and .she :sauk back upon the cushions, a sigh, light as thistle-down, tluitled from her lips. that is she exclaimed. seem awful solemn about the sleepy voice of the other occu- pant of the jolly-looking dame, whose opulent tigure ovorllowcd Jiur gorgeous costume of swelling as she fanned herself violently. all hel up; but I never saw a liner surely yon wore the belle." "1 was not thinking of the" ball, -jVuntic. Did yon hear the rumor of iJIugh Talcott's "To tell the truth, dearie, t did. But I thought that I wouldn't worry you with the news to-night. It's so. '.Mr. his best- friend, spoko about it to me. He seemed terribly troubled lette: >ppou an ler wasn :i't there. 1 jumped over a big wide ditch full of water, and it must have fallen in.'' Evelyn drew a long sigh of relief at these, concluding words, catching eager- ly at the hope that her missive, im- mersed in mud and water, was safe for- ever from all prying eyes." That evening brought the lover, buoyant at his recent financial .success, full of eager delight at being again, oven after so short a separation, with his lovely fiancee. "And suppose the rumor about my failure had been he said, allud- ing to it, "how would you have greeted Touching his hand, she drew the let- ter away: his lingers closed for one moment involuntarily upon it. then opened, and she placed it carelessly on her lap. "I fear 1 shall make but a clumsy he murmured fondly. "Only fairy lingers should deck those Httlc shell-like ears." Jlntiumc tho less was ho eager for the privilege. While with rather awkward gentleness he was endeavoring to fast- en one of the ear-drops, she suddenly not light exclaimed that tliere Sho looked np his face okcd np quick showed that 1 at him. was innocent enough, and suggested that he should raise the window shade, lie crossed Mic room. In one she had slip- ped the letter between (lie leaves of a large volume which lay on tho (able at her elbow. Sho was saved, was saved. Once more she breathed freely. As he turned from the window, she advanced to meet him. Taking his arm and smil- ing up into his said: "1 must see the dazzling effect in the mirror in the next Accustomed to humoring her ca- prices. he allowed her, without protest, to lead him from the library. Her dainty coquetries, her pretty wiles, her radiant delight, completely enthralled him; and sire wearying of this success- ful iicting before iie did, closed her manoeuvres triumphantly by gayly chal- lenging him to a game of billiards, and carrying him off tho billiard-room, where they played until late in the after- noon. Before leaving, however, hcde-j niandcd his note, and "was surprised Von are to tee me at Ibis church and depending on it, with a few j ho said. "I have received sad persons who sit behind it, fur the news from the east. My father is very; music. II people will have organs in ill. I hey liave telegraphed forme. I' flimch. why do they not place them in leave in an hour. Dearest. 1 have only i front of the pulpit s'o thai all can sin" time to say with it. Kvelyn burst into tears. "If you leave me now, I feel that I shall never see yon she sobbed. to postpone a marriage is unlucky." Ho took into bis arms as gent- ly and tenderly as though she wore a weeping child'; then, releasing hor, ho pressed her hands tightly to his heart. he cried, "only bo as true to mo as 1 shall be to yon, and we may defy the evil omen of a postponed mar- riage." Another moment and ho was gone. Talcotl's absence proved of shorter duration then ho anticipated. When ho reached his homo in tho oast, his father was dead. And in less than three weeks from the time of his de- parture, he was again in San Vrancisco. The postponement of the marriage was therefore unnecessary. Despite his be- reavement, Miss Tracy was strenuously opposed to a private wedding; but ho showed himself so resolute on this point that she was forced to compro- mise with an agreement that she should be married in tlie costly dress prepared for the occasion. This disappointed still rankled, even on the afternoon of iho marriage, when she awaited, with I'alcot and a few intimate fiiends. tho arrival of the priest before proceeding to tho parlors. "Tsn't it too bad so few persons should see she asked, with all the >ridc of conscious beauty, as spreading I know some of our preachers and people object to what they call "scien- tilic But, why is it that they demand decency in every other depart- ment of worship and do'uol of this? .1 have known of instances where some other good C'liri-stain would sing a song, alone, and it would touch tho heart of some poor sinner, and cause him to ro- ller! and turn to God, even when the song wiis not sung right. This, however, was not because the song was not sung right, but in spite of it. It would have accomplished the same thing had it boon sung right. I am. aware of the fact that we must "sing with tlie spirit" as well as "with the understanding.'' If we sing our songs right, others can look at the samu out her snowy splendor of dress anil music and sinorwith us. But if we all havo a way of our own to sing a our ways differ from each other, what a babel of eonfusiou! The time is coming and now is, when we must all pay more attention to this department of Uod's worship. Uod demands of us that wo worship him [Musical Kccord. Winter Excursion Tickets on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Pursuant to tho annual custom of the Pennsylvania Uailroad Company placed on sale at its oiliees, November 1st, a stork of winter excursion tickets to all the prominent winter resorts of New ECZEMA ERADICATED. UkCU Swilt'8 i At the be iimlnir of r.oli i'ml %alK'' "iaMt'ii hut fall it made n appearance, but went away I WalbauvUli-, Ca.. Feb. 1836. e on lilooo: and Sktu mailed free. TUB Si- Kir. JAMES V. M. MOItms. Jersey, veil, she executed swan-like movements Havana, to and fro, for the admiration of llieas- i scmblcd group. Virginia, Florida, and to These tickets arc sold at, re- LINIMENT mtUm, Bleedinst ftt tho tiunffn. Clironlo Tohnion Co., Boiton. Man. PARSONS mi-oil rates, in consideration of lo open it. Mr. Evelyn's hand lightened lilt1 boat, who willgranl (he permission by issuing stop-over cliwk or notation Evelyn's hand convulsively Uie tiekc-t. Jii the back of the chair ajiamst which tickets covoi- almost even ho was bhestooc motionless, southern point to which winter travc-'l vith ilowncnst eyes, her lonR lashes tends, and the variety of route afforded bwecpniK her Imrmng cheeks What by thc u.xtensive Southern eonnection.s in hour had fate selected for the long the I'onnsvlvania liailroad, com- Ireadetl dmilgeincnt! ,nemls its to thu ,f tho A seemed to her slio looked up with startled traveler, to whom comfort, >romptitcss. and spocd an: material cnn- id it aside. Let the syhyls nloiijs his journey, c'xcept at Tampa, whore he exchanges the oar for ocrots of the Dead Letter Olliee arc en-1 the steamer. rusted roTcal for what reason those, KOI- further and detailed information, promptly _ returned, address L. 1'. Farmer. N'ew FLORENCE FILOSELLE. (FILLING SILK.) Manufactured expressly for flno art tinedlo work fruiu thu hcst Italian Silk, and dyed liytliu most ap- proved methods known to ancient and modern icl- cacc. Ttils brand is noted for uniformity In tlie slzi lof thread fort lie curruct shading ot colon. Ercry DkMn brarn thc ticket with trade mark FLORENCE AB ahown In en proving. Tlio color number la also placed on every ticket through the entire Hit of nearly aon fltiadi-.n. which la a c.nn- Tonlonco to dealers and consumers. Trade supplied bv ___ aroifro'.r U O-tc srrjc oo., rief lines were pnnuptly relnrncd, virile the letter which miirht have handed the tenor of two lives wasooii- forever to oblivion. A Petrified Lie. As an illustration of the ''colossal iars" of the says an oxchanjri', Jen. McCook relates the foliowinjj: lie travelling among the Itorky Mouu- addrcss L. Farmer, Knglnnd 1'assenjier Agent, Washington Street. Huston, or apply at the ticket otlices of connecting railroads in Xcw England. Soapine The New Priiuior of the Hawaiian Islands. of intention. lie would as soon dotiht- when she repudiated all knowlodgo of own fealty as hers. Together thev made a circuit of For a few days Kvelyn lived in a state j Hie rooms Ihrough which they of constant dread, drowned only in passed, lint their search, needless ery and excitement. She felt that she I say, was unsuccessful. was playiug a gameof cbanecrthat were her loiter discovered and returned to Taleottj she would be placed in the most hnmiliatiuc; of positions. "I am a gambler: 1 havoimbided the spirit of this gambling community." she told herself, with charming candor. light heart Evelyn retraced her foot- I am playing for high i steps, thinking with almost lierce pleas 1 believe there more in it than you tell inc." Talcott remarked hiugli- ingly. "Xo ordinary ilocninent could bo capable of such uncanny ilhisive- Xo soimer had lie gone must risk Though she tried to treat the matter lightly, the strain on her nerves was the hundreds of shreds into which she should tear that hateful haunting paper. She opened the book .about him. What will yon do, in appearing, she worked herself up in "How (-an yon lam a pauper, a state of feverish anxiety. He arrived 1 breathless. "I was uuavoidly he said, great; and when, one afternoon towards eagerly, wont through its leaves, nt first the close of thc week. Talcolt, who rapidly, then more in made a virtu p of promptness, was slow j vain. The note was gone. The .Philadelphia Lcgcr of November i S. says: The ministerial crisis in the tains, and, straying one morning Sandwich Islands lias resulted in the from the trail, si.tod fora moment   thc 1'rimiorship. Uy hi rib he is ai ranccd by tin- inagnilii-cnT himlscapc .-pivad befin'e him. when be was arous- American, but is evidently a cosinopo- Killer cd from Ins meditations by the foot-! Ma-. In IJatavia he issaid'lo have near- stops of one of llic guides, who had fol-; ]v. involved Ihe Dutch (.-iovorinent in a lowed him lest be should lose his way. j with thc I'nited States. In Snma- not this magnificent. ex- j trn in I Mi' lie organized a rebellion claimed the general, anxious to share against the llritish rule and lied to-Vow Ins delight. .York. He next turned np in Utah, and -It's mighty purty. gineral." said thc seiit by ilrigham Yonns to the guide, "but I km show yon bigger sight-; nor this. Why. one time Kansas .lim and mo had been days and nights, and plain, and right in thc midst of it was a I next'.1 forest all turned to solid The general smiled, and remarked: :il have heard of petrified trees before. Hill." The guide expectorated without NOTICE! AM) 1'AKASOl.S repaired mill rc-covurocl. Samples of all kinds of coverings on Also alt tlie new styles of sticks furnished. Keys oi'all Idiuls, including lock kevs. titled and locks furnished anil All kinds of tools sharpened nnd polished. Orders promptly iittcndeil to. Um- lirnlln.-i and Parasols fornalo. IIOUCO HAIIOXK, V KiiMlcy'ti Wharf. KING OF REMEDIES- WiuiU-d, Old Chronic which riiysiuiniLS and other I'atenr. Medicines Imve failed to :i.s Rheumatism, Jtright's ijhvr and Kidnev Complaint., Dyspep- sia in its worst form, Old Son's. fur Chills uml s. Send fur Cir- rulur IIIK! of those who h.lVO hecti cured. Price perliottlr, IIAHT MKIHCINK Connect lout- sandwich Here hc'fdnnd j c.Onsenial field, lias built up a fortune trampiir three a power in the State. Tlie we i-ainc to a I now arises, what will lie do WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED With or without Patent Index. AZYNA! A new and strange crusade is being preached in Paiis. as a part of an effort to turn a source of nuisance into a source of revenue. Piauophobia has Tour Attention in to the fact that in pur- chasing thc latest issue of thin work, you get Is a ivct'iit nu'ilicnl discovery made liy the fu- miuis I'UOK. ['HJAKII, of Vnris, mid now univer- sally used on thu continent. Its use will I'KKVKNTall PK1VATK Sin- jrlis for iKc.; ncr iloz. I in plain sealed envelopes. STAR MANUFACTURING CO., j O. BIIX 77, Allmny. N. Y, DOUBLE TANSY PILLS. SA1TK AX1> ALWAYS UKI.IAIILE. I INDISPENSABLE TO LADIES. and must marry money. I sent away a man I preferred for that- reason. Is it probnblo tlwt I will oiubrauo poverty for .Mr. Talcott's a tiling; I'm not tle- nyinjj it; but'l kinder think 1 was hap- pior a uookiir my husband's dinner, than I've been since ho made his pile. Not but what I'm pretty comfortable now. lint yonnjx heads is cooler than old ones, I don't presume lo advise know my place." And alip laughed a jolly laugh. -'Only one tiling you may be sure in no hurry to be rid of you." "You are kindness itself, dear said Evelyn, took me from a shabby, hateful home, have given me advantage, and I am perfectly happy jil present. But I must think of the future. When that big girl of yours comes back from school, I will be a sec- ondary personage with yon, naturally. I must feather a nest for myself, and it .must be a soft one. Having known ihe liidcousucss of poverty, I will never -willingly return to it." as ho sealed himself on the sofa beside iier; "as soon as 1 was free I tlio wings of love. Think h -iii i-iii i i i- n' soiii ix in It seemed impossible to rrcdit tlie I chnniiiiif; countenance, and continued: .11, it tlio nm-it testimony of her own eyes: .he thought "BHt that all, slncral: thar war her very touch must deceive liur: how a bnlalo on thai plan, and lit- war pet- :i o( the ;l A Dictionary save by supernatural agency, nficd on the clean jump, and bis hufs account for this third had kicked up a bit of sod, and Fin 'if 'w'inVrhiVM'lito'tlu- dimmed the blamed ef that wanft petrified in the treasiirv .soinc idt-a is V I dory of the diamonds, of her r.rule in lair! t t .1 .mi iii..vliMvi. ricd, when I duln t even stop U) a displaying them: it was still present! The general turned an amused e.mn- nui.-.mu. intj pale and tcnancc on ihu narrator --1 r IJiU, the sod would CODUining.lOOO more wordu and nparlv 2000 more j illustrations than any other American "Dictionary. sent by mail .IOC. :i hox. Ask your DR. E. MASTIN, Albauy, N. Y. A Gazetteer of the World PATENTS in letter handed to me under peculiar cir- j wrtii'h'or'wl.cnV'that eVcninu" paie'ai'id ami' "saidl; ,r 1, cumstauccs. As I was lonving my imt looking in her "Why. r.ill. thos.id wonlrl have fallen room, a stranger pre.-ontoil it: lie eostnme, she stood for n few mo- to the immnd hv the force of ynu-itv." -r, ir- had picked it upon the street a few mellts witll ]1PV aimt in the librarv. i Witb-nt any hesitation. Bill'answer- itti days u-ro; intended to deliver it sooner, TaU-ott. Happenin" toghinee ed: "Well, the mvirv ,-h n' for ,v" i lint had been ;lt Master Harry, win. was'uiinsn.-illy! war "t "d Vs-m-ii-t As he spoke, lie drew the letter perceived him IIUIML .m air. conuininp over Titles, with their pronunci- ation and vast umoiint of other Information, (just added, ItJSo) and A Biographical Dictionary ginog pronunciation of mid br conrernine npjirly F Turious tables giving valuable his pocket. Kvclyii's heart gave a! absurbed before tho identical vol- great bound, then stood still. She jn her It then Hashed as if turned to stone. 'Jhis shock, fol-. upoll her that the book, an illustrated Tlie Bell Was Silent. Something very, very sail happened is it tluit a man tinu1 with tin: liniue-tload" out tu -arly 1 the U. S, Patent DJlU-u Httemlcil to for MODERATE KKK8. Our nflluii is U. S. Tatcnt OOice, ;unl we can obtain patont.-s in less time tlmn roinotc fniin DRAWLVO, We iulvlite AB Lo p.Ttcntnbility free nf clinrfre: iind we MAKE NO UNLKSS P.ATKN'P. ivfi-r hcrf to the I'ostinnstcr, the Sujtt. of Minify Orilvr Div. nnil to oilicinls of U. S. I'uU-iit Ofllco. Fur circular, iidvicc, terms ami njff.Tt.'iH.'L's actual clients hi vnur own Stato obstcr> Dictionary is rpcnmmond- j or County, write to C. A. CO., >f facu i r, also I information. All in One Book. Rheumatism I cd by tlifi rifcite Snpcrintondoiits'of Schools in j Slates, nnd by loading Colle.w I'n-aidc-nts of thc j I'nitod State.-" ami Caimdn. It is Standard An- thority with United Statos Supreme Court, and in tho Government Printing Ofliee. It lias selected in every case where State Purchases have been made for Schools, and is the Diotion- ftry npoQ which ucarly all the scliool books aro based. room for water; and as ho rose from the pcarance of one who knew all that was Get the Latest and Best. sofa, the envelope, still dropped; sealed up, ready to go: so' I put it in j ic from his agitated luiijors and ituttcrea j the box at (lie rorner, von arc worth kn before he out his bohy r on to life We doubt if there is, or ran ,1 specific remedy for rheumatism; but thousands who luive suiTeri'd Us pains have bmi greatly ben- I ellu-d Hood's Sarsajiarnia. If you lunc j h ,a an companion in even-School, failed to find relief, try this great remedy. j flnd at evcry Fireside. Specimen pages and "I was alllieted with rheumatism twenty teatimonfals sent prepaid on application, yi-ars. Previous to isst t found no relief, Imi j Published by G. A Ics up the staircase, their rich hue and (iress tlie silken nummir her less than usual pleasure, it was because her shallow soul was filled with its own disanpoint- inont, and not from remorseful thought of tho eruel .hlow she was preparing for n man who loved her with the ab- passion of a strong, earnest na- ture. her. her room still in a semi-ennscionsstatc. she said excitedly, "it was and for a time the exhaustion that fol-' unstamped and will not be delivered. lowed reaniination dulled and deaden- mav recover it from the oHice.'1 ed thought, Talcott, itfter hearing? that she had recovered and was resting quietly, had left: and as thc memory of thu scene returned distinctly to her. a faint hope Her engagement with Hugh Talcott i awoke tliiit he might in his distress had been of short duration. He was which hor aunt represented as terrible not the type of man she admired, but thc maten had been the most desirable; lie waa rich, well-born, and so distill finished in appearance that lie excited Interest, although his manner, to a farorcd fow, was very cold nnd reticent. Minn Tracy's firm net on reaching her room that night was characteristic. Late as wan tlio hour, she made tlio cryMal chandelier u blaze of light, 1111- overlooked the letter, hope proved fallacious. She (jiiestion- ed tho the household; no one had seen it. Yes, he must have picked it this time had rend it. She returned to hor room, accepting the inevitable. More than an hour passed, and she still lav motionless upon her pillow, with closed eyes. All at once she was conscious of n perl nine, swcot and pen- "That's agreed >frs. "We'll drive there the first thing in the morning, and get it. Xow dry your eyes; it will be all right." And once more revivilliMl. Kvel.vn was enabled to liiid pleasure in the oven- ing's entertainment. Quite early tho next morning two la- dies, closely veiled, entered the post- otlice, and walking up to tho window, demanded thc immediate restitution of a letter mailed by ono vt them the pre- vious evening. The dork stood aghast at this ignor- anco of postal-service rules. "1 eannol possibly return it to you. he said; "that is against all regulations, lint 1 will stamp it for teller as h Did 1   done im-at limit's for me. 1 lenmimciid It tu others." J.ICWIS Uiddeford, Me. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is cliaraetwrlzed by Springfield, U. S. A. uppusite Patent Olliee, Washington, U. C. REWARD. Tlits mount lin-s in Tivvrtmi, It. wliereby rhe (Iwtjllhifr house of Uiclianl .1. Itarkur and wife wu> (Ic.-itrnyed on inoriiint; of August 20th, HIM! llic f'ciiirnl Itajilist church on tlio of Or.tdlicr :td. ISSii. moved the Town Council of Ttiwn tu olTcra rfiwarfl of tivohmiilroil dollars for any evidence that shall i-an.-e tlie :irrcstaml conviction of tho person orpnriions who set fire in oaulior either of almve iKitued Bv onlur of tlio Town Council, JOHN T. COOK. Clerk. Attention CHASE'S RENOVATING COMPOUND FOR DISEASES OF POULTRY. nil entirely mnv for your j isl, of j benefit. lie soiled the weary traveler, wliirlcd i him around, und a stout calfskin hoot! was planted against him four times Jit'om.sj BOSTON PHOTOGRAPHERS f securing tlio medicinal; I i Tlio result baincdloino of unusual St. lit-. Newport, II. I. A gnui! M'uuml-liiiiMl AT the ?olicitntinn ol many people wlio hnvo iisrrl tin's reniptlv for their ]ioultry tlie dis- v-rtverer has juit it in'tht- market. JOMN'II.CHASK, Proprietor, at Taylor's Pharmacy, 104 Tlinmcs street, 8-26 jn I strength, effecting cures hlllicrto unknown. Bend for book conUiIning additional evidence, "Hood's Sarsanaillla tonw tip my ays tern. "If there's anything old about that just rinjj two hells on said the kicker as.ho eased his labors. j It must havo hcun ft now tiling. Tho i Samparltla lioats an others, and young man had toars in his eyes as I in worth KH wufKlit infold." I. HAIIHINUTON, steered himself around tho nearest eor-! lao Street, New York City, ner, and the sharpest oars caught no Wt> take uit-i.t plenMiie In announcing the. I oltfzons of Ne tan (I vie.lnltv that we h.ive ro-opcncd our S'EWI'OKT STUDIO, nnd are melody from his little [Detroit Otic riu IT will kill pain quicker anil U a hotter than a down other hliarppnsinyanpetilo.aiui j fuijv jiicpan-d" Satin Finish Cabinets at PER DOZEN. FOUMKIt THICK t'fr'Kemoniber, n proof will In- :it time of sit ting, and if er will be tJiken.soaHmny bn Mirror obtaining tine and liere. All our wurk IhiJHlKMl nt our mammoth Studio, M5 Street. No extra eluirgn for ehil- dron. All ptrturcs tiiilslinl In ten ilnys alter pmof In chown. C-'JO-tf Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all dnijrpl.stfl. 91; .six for Mado only by a ft CO., Lowell, MOM. 100 Doses One Dollar. FOR SALE CHEAP. jiluiio. Apply JOHN VARS Teacher, Tuner and Dealer, No. 8 Sherman ctreet. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM the popular for tlio ItMtoriw color when army, preventing IV- (lit Kftlp, itOJM th4   

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