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21 Mar 1891

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21 Mar 1891

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Ironwood Interstate News Record (Newspaper) - March 21, 1891, Ironwood, Michigan A oth. On of our Ulm Ort hers a Nav Tho Lou own poem and nay a Somo time since you pub-06x64 lha into poem a which one please publish the enclosed a very Beautiful reply i think a a Exchange both of us dear. Vee both. The last soft rustling of these elms shall hear and then shall go to sit beneath a Tho tree of life a and so Why should to fret that one Tho a leaves of Healing first will get both of us dear yes both shall for the last time see the Ripples Clear of yonder Brook. And then upon the living Waters look. Why should it seem to hard to Walt an hour beside the Stream both of us dear yes. Both the Pearly Gates shall some glad Day draw near and enter in. Freed rom this Load of suffering and sin. Bow Blost we Are if one going first can bold the Gate ajar. Both of us dear yes both shall learn the final lesson of a year and then shall Rise to the great master teaching in the skies. Is it not meet that one go first to find the other s seat both of us dear yes. Both shall see Tho last faint Twilight disappear on Moon or Star from this Low window arc. Why feel dismay if i for you should seek Tho upward Way ? both of is Darling both Why then to loth that a few yours apart our Steps should be for years Are but minutes to eternity. Jef. A Flyte swipe a sister. By Marion Marland. Copt Tuair 1890. Chapter . While so undid and removed Tho clerical Cravat and Dollar from his a croat March straightened Hiss Inland looked around for Betty. Tho House gras As still As a grave. Tho front door was closed the rooms on Lith aides of the Hall were dark and silent. It was thursday night Tho Universal a evening Tut for Fairhill servants. March recollected it in Tho mechanical Way one thinks of trifles at important junctures. He was glad mechanically that Mary Ann was not there to carry Tho tale of or. Waytus fainting fit or Aemi Sun a Troke or whatever name his wife chose to put to it to mrs. Gilchrist. Ile was beginning to ask himself what to should May at Home of what he had Dono with himself Between Nonio and ton of clock that evening. Tho transportation up to Tho second a tory was slow and dial cult. Mrs. Wayt supported her husbands head and like a Flash recurred to March Hester s sneer 1 psf the task Laid upon Quot his wife his wife a Alstor and Tho family factotum a it must have been barely accomplished on Tho july night when to and May brought Bester Homo and Hetty ran Down out of breath her hair dishevelled and eyes scared. That her hands should be fouled by such a Burden his face was Sot Whitely a having deposited Tho Load upon Tho bed he accosted Tho wife a would you Elko to Havo a physician a his tone was hard and constrained. She did not look up. A you Aro very Good but it is not necessary thank you i have soon Bim As ill before from Tho same Canso and know what to do for him. And to is morbidly Benshi re with regard to these attacks. He thinks it would Kujuro him in his professor if the impression were with a Bow of he Aal Down and waited for her to begin. His mind was in a tumult dumb pain devoured him. Ile Felt As any honorable Man might feel who condones a felony. Chapter in. A my sister has begged you to keep secret what you have seen to night has she not Quot was Hettye a first inquiry spoken wet nout haste and without excitement. A my to Bow replied. A and you have promised to do it a a i told mrs. Wayt that Sho might depend upon my a which she construes into a pledge to connive at a wrong Dono to a Church and a Community Quot in precisely Tho same tone and manner As Boford. March stared at her perplex edly. What did the girl mean and was this Resolute impassive woman of business Tho blushing trembler who a month ago could not deny her love for him Sho was very serious now but apparently very tranquil. A you would say if you were not too kind hearted that this is what i am doing w hat i have been doing for nearly a years and you would to right. It Bue Ucon Mim quickly. In Tot dangerous it is a terrible j Ono Day Sho begged her Mother to lot b a1 a Ltd inc to witness it May i ask her take a dear papa a lunch up to him. You will not mention it. Even to j it was always dear papa with Hor to get abroad that Hie health is unsound or his Constitution breaking up i shall not even dare to toil him that you have been him to night Quot she was putting extraordinary Force upon herself but still she could not meet his Eye. Quot i can not thank you just now As i would or. Gilchrist i am All unnerved t my although i know this Sola pm on1 i hat. Judge and mrs. Gilchrist my husband v find lie mortified and distressed beyond measure were his illness Tho subject it even Friendly a Tieti hesitated and she turned upon a Bim qui l by. Her face was that of an old Oriun Gray withered and scored do Hie. Each Ono of which meant an a on v his is solution dissolved like Frost boat it in sire. A a von May depend upon my discretion and Tom ship Quot he said impulsively. Jape into tears Tho Low convulsive sobbing he had heard above a lairs on that other night. Unable to Bear More to raft Down Tho staircase and recognized before to reached the foot that to had committed himself to a lie. A emr. Gilchrist a Dis hand was upon the lock of the front door when he caught the Low Call. Betty stood upon the threshold of Tho Library a shadowy figure in White that boomed to waver in Tho Uncertain Light. A i should like to speak to you if you in Ftp amp it in tear minutes 4 Abe pursued the Quot of into the room Bhe stood of tue White mild. Would not exculpate to in Yosr opinion of i Wero to represent that or. Waytus profession is All that stands Between Bis family and the poor House. That i do not habitually attend the Church in which to officiates and that my Namo has never appeared upon Tho record of any Ono of Tho parishes of which to has had Chargo since i became a member of his family. Or. Wayt and i have not exchanged a syllable directly for Over five years. I neither respect nor like him. To can never forgive my knowledge of his character and my interference with his habits. These wore confirmed Bosforo i came to my a let me beg a interposed March a that you will not go on with what can not but to distressing to you. You need no justification in my sight. If you will permit to to Call to Morrow morning we can talk matters Over calmly and at Leisure. It is late and you Havo had a severe nervous a unless you insist upon Tho postponement i would rather speak now while my mind is steady in the purpose to make an end of sub top Fugo and concealment. I am weary but it is of falsehoods acted and spoken. Bester has told to of your generous pretence of misunderstanding Tho nature of or. Waytus attack. There it is again a relaxing into Hor usual tone and with whimsical vexation that made March smile. A i am afraid i Havo forgotten How to be Frank my poor Sisters eager talk of a attacks and a apis Uresy and a turns and a Sun Strokos and a constitutional headaches has unbalanced my perceptions of right and a you can not expect to to agree with you there Quot Tho suppressed smile becoming visible. Sho was not to be turned aside from Tho straight track. A nothing so perverts conscience As a systematic course of concealment even when it is practice for what seems to be Noble ends. I have Felt this for a Long time. Lately the senso of guilt has been insupportable. It May be Relief if not expiation to Tell Tho truth in Tho plainest terms i can use. It May Leavo to More wretched than i am now. But right is her Chin trembled and Sho raised her hand to cover it. Her admirable composure was soldering excitement kept under by will and the conscience Whoso rectitude Sho undervalued. With a sub Pang. March perceived that this disclosure was not a Confidence but a duty. A emr. Wayt was a confirmed opium eater and Drinker twelve years ago a Sho resumed in a cold Monotone. A file would drink intoxicating liquors too when narcotics Wero not to be had. I believe the appetite for the two is a common symptom of Tho habit. His wife shielded him then As she does now and so successfully that he kept a Church in Cincinnati for four years. Hester was a Beautiful Active child eight years old and i a great pet with her Fathor. To does not Caro for children As a Rule but Sho was pretty and Clever and amused him. Was if possible More deplorable. Warn that hour she has never spoken to her father at All or of him As it is always a How and a him a to Tho family a me Waytz to strangers. It rooms horribly unnatural but Sho loathes and despises him. While Sho Lay crushed and suffering for Tho months that passed before Sho loft her bed Sho would go into convulsions at sight of him. Lier Mother begged her on her Knees to a forgive poor papa who had a delirious headache when he pushed Hor away from the Hester refused passionately. Sho is no Moro forgiving now. Y it she was so proud and shrewd even then that she never betrayed to the doctors How Sho was Hurt. Sho let everybody believe that it was an Accident. I had been her nurse for six months before Sho told to Tho fearful Story. A Tho truth never got abroad in Cincinnati but flying rumours of or. Waytus growing eccentricities and Tho possible Canso gathered an opposition party in Tho Church. It was headed by a prominent druggist who had talked with others in Tho Trade from whom or. Wayt had bought opium laudanum and Brandy. To has been More cunning in his purchases Sinco then. To was obliged to resign his charge and Mccamo what poo Llester Calis an ecclesiastical tramp. Lie controls his appetite within tolerably Safo Bounds for awhile sometimes for months then gives Way and we live on Tho verge of discovery and disgrace until Tho crisis comes. Tho end is always Tho same. We break Camp and a move a a by a Etho brought clean papers to the Fairhill a dreary smile went with the answer. A clerical Charity Suff Eroth Long and la kind out of curiosity i attended once a meeting of a presbytery that dismissed him from his Church and commended him to another presbytery. We had narrowly escaped Public exposure at that Timo. The Sexton found or. Wayt in Tho condition you Havo seen this evening upon Tho floor of of the i cd to re room and called in a physician who boldy proclaimed that Tho Man was a dead the accused put in a plea of indisposition and an overdose of Brandy inadvertently swallowed. Ills Brethren assembled in solemn session spoke of his faithful work in Tho Vineyard and the leading of divine Providence and said that their prayers went with him to his new Field of labor. A i done to want to be unjust and cynical or. Gilchrist and i can so that there is a pleasanter Sido to Tho Case. Thoro is such a thing As Christian Charity and Moro of it in Tho world than we Aro willing to admit. However Church people May gossip about an unpopular pastor and Man Euver to got rid of him when Tho parting comes they will not lond him in Tho eyes of others. And clergymen Aro very faithful to one another. It is really Beautiful to see How they try to hide faults and foibles. It is a literal fulfilment of the command a Bear to Ono another a in Torao in most of or. Waytus charges Tho secret of his frequent change of pastorate was not told. To was a Odd a and a had nomadic sometimes Tho climate did not agree with his health. The air was too Strong or too weak. Twice poor Hester a condition demanded an immediate change. We went to Chicago to to near an eminent surgeon who after All never saw her. A i will not weary you with the details of a ufos such As i Pray god few families know. After a few years Hester and i became Hope Leas of anything bettor. Wherever we might go change and the probability of disgrace wort a Mere question of Timo. My sister never loses Faith in her husband and in an overruling Power that will never forsake Tho righteous. For strange As it May seem Sho believes in Tho plot of a Man whose sacred profession is a continual lie. A ooh or. Gilchrist a Tho enforced Monotony of her tone wavering into a Oryo pain a i think that is Tho worst of All when i recollect my mothers Puro religion when i see your mothers Beneficent life Anil firm Faith in goodness and in god when i know that in spite of Tho seeming untruthfulness which is she thinks necessary to protect Hor husband my Alstor holds fast to her love and Trust in an almighty Friend and walks humbly with her god i feel such indignation against a Man who is Tho slave of passion selfish vain and conscience less and yet assumes to show such souls Tho Way to heaven that i dare not enter the Church where to is allowed to preach lest i should Ery out in Tho face of his hearers against the monstrous cheat a her eyes flamed Clear the torrent of feeling swept away Reserve and coldness. A i understand Quot March said with sympathetic warmth. A you never disappoint me. Tell to what i can do to help you. I can not let you endure All this alone any a nobody can Tako my share of Tho Burden i would hardly know myself i without it. It will be Tho heavier for again upon penalty of a Mulla exposure and suspension from Tho ministry. What judge Gilchrist says will have weight. With All his High looks and sounding talk or. Wayt is a Onward. Lie would not venture to resist Tho decision. Then to will go away quietly. I have thought of the Little town in which my sister and i Wero born. Living is cheap there and there Aro excellent schools for Tho children. Twenty five thousand dollars will go very fat in that Region and to can by honest people once a you Havo arranged it All Havo you a said March not at All in Tho Tono she had expected to hear. A give them the cheap town and Tho Good schools and the 525,000, by All Means. They can Havo every thing hut you a Tho Long storm in August it in next Day. A Fine close drizzle failed the world by Soven of clock. At 8 30, the twins and Fanny needed their Waterproof cloaks for Tho walk to school. By noon Tho Patter on the Piazza roof and falling floods upon Lawn and Garden and streets wore slow but abundant it was scrubbing Day and closet Day and As Hester fretted sometimes to methodical Mary Ann on Friday a fall Tho rest of Tho week a below stairs. Hetty had to prepare a dessert and to set the lunch table. Bosforo going Down she made up a Little fire in Tho being room and put out Hester a color Box Glass of water stretching Board paper and easel within easy reach should she decide to use them. Silently and not too suggestively Sho set upon Tho table near by a vase containing Somo Fine specimens of Tho Moccasin Flower sent in by May Gilchrist with a note addressed to a Quoon Hester hated hints but if Sho lacked a study she would not Havo to look far for it. It was a a bad Day Quot with her. Her Mother attributed it partly to her disappointment at not seeing Hor crony teacher. Hetty who had put Tho excited child to bed As soon As she got into Tho House Tho night before held her peace. Mrs. Wayt Havering from Nursery and Hor husbands chamber to Tho sewing room saw that in her taciturn daughter s countenance that warned and kept Hor aloof. Another of Hester a biting sayings was that her Mother on the Day succeeding Ono of her spouses a a seizures was a betwixt Tho Dovil and Tho deep she never admitted even to her sister that a dear Percy was More than a unfortunate a yet read Tho girls disapprobation in averted looks and studiously commonplace talk. Wan and Limp Tho cripple reclined among Tho cushions Hetty packed about Ber in her wheeled chair. Blue shadows ringed Mouth and eyes and Indian treachery. Stretched themselves in Tho hollowed temples Tho deft fingers Wero nerveless. Most of the Timo Sho seemed to watch Tho rain under drooping eyelids so transparent As to show Tho dark irides beneath. At half past eleven her Mother stole in like a bit of Drifting Down. A dear i Bavo promised papa to go up to your room and Lio Down for half an hour. Annie is with him. Sha a Tuuao him and will be very Good Sho says. I told Hor to let you know if Aho wanted any thing. May i Leavo Tho door open Sho can not turn this stiff to by con open Vav h it a thalo Bali. The surface water la Tho Gulf Stream teem with minute ufos of ail kinds. Thoro Tho Young of larger animals exist microscopic in size and adult animals which never grow Largo enough to be plainly visible to Tho naked a to of cur in immense quantities. By dragging a Fine silk net behind Tho vessel these Minnie forms Are easily taken and when placed in Glass dishes millions uncounted Aro swimming Buckward and Forward. Whon looked at through a Microscope to so Young Jolly fishes the Young barnacles crabs and shrimps besides the adult microscopic species which Aro very abundant. The toothless whale finds in these has Only food. Bushing through Tho water with Mouth wide open by Means of his whalebone strainers Tho Minuto forms Are separated from Tho water. Swallowing those obtained after a Short period of straining to repeats Tho operation. The abundance of this kind of ufos can be judged front the fact that nearly All kinds of whale exist exclusively upon those animals Moat of them so Small that they Aro not noticed on the science monthly. How Thiers flaw itty a for away. Whilo Tho germans were laying Aiea to Faria a number of years ago m. Thiers Emo out of the City to consult with Bismarck about Tho proposed capitulation. Of course it was the Frenchman a duty to present a cheerful front and to seek to convey Tho impression that things wore not in so desperate a condition in Paris a Tho besiegers might suppose. On Tho other hand. Bismarck was pretty Well satisfied that Tho besieged parisians were being starved out but of course to intimated a thrilling Tail descriptive of to Bedman real mature. Quot perhaps Quot he said us he leaned Back in ids chair toying with Hie slender Stem of his Glass a i am naturally prejudiced against them. The party were talking about indians but it is my opinion that it is hard to make a White Man out of an Indian. A you he went on straightening up suddenly As he became interested and his eyes flashed Quot i can to very easily forget a Case i know of. They wore All a pretty rough lot Blit Good Fellows of that kind went in those Days. There were four of them and they had picked their horses and were All around the Camp fire. Wellen was making Coffee and no doubt it was Good Coffee for i have tasted his Coffee Many a time and i never knew it to disappoint me. He was bending Over the coals and the others were lying there smoking when it happened. It did no to Tako Long. There was a Rush. The envies were scattered to the winds. A half dozen shots a hand to hand Clinch a struggle Over the saddles und on the ground and the fight was ended. Only Opp of the boys got away and a pity it was that any of them went Down like that a a party of fifteen went Over the Prairie at a hard gallon the next Day. Winchester across their saddles and carefully loaded Colts in their belts. They Rode three Days after the assassins and when they found them they were worse than the indians Lind been. They caught the red devils in Camp and shot them Down faster and surer Thau their friends had met their end. Only one of the indians got out alive and she was u Young Squaw. Now the rest of the Story Isnit Nice but its All gospel truth and carries its own moral. One of the boys swung his Lariat around her neck. He Drew it up taut and led her behind him. You see it was vengeance with him. He was in the Saddle and he trotted her Over the lands for hours. I done to think he knew what he was going to do with her finally but his blood was hot and he hated the whole Nice. She was ready to drop when he took pity on her and slipping off his Saddle he knotted the noose around her Throat and lifted her into the Saddle. He was Only barbarian himself you see but he kill a woman that Way in cold blood Quot Well when they got Back to the ranch he got a Collar and fastened it on her neck and tied her so she could not escape. She was a handsome woman not a bit Copper coloured and Hail Clear eyes and a dazzling skin. He kept her tied ail tile time feeding her us if she were a wild Panther and she got so tame that she followed him around As far As her tether would let her go. She used to Pine when he was out of her sight and crouched at Bis feet when he was Mound. That is the Way with squaws you know. A this heart softened in the end and one Day he took off the Colar and told her to go. She would t move. Ile drive her away. He offered to Send her Back to Lier tribe but she sat right Down and refused to move an Inch. He did t know what to do. Ile coaxed her and begged her Aud threatened her. She just Grove led there on the ground and Hung to his boots. So one Day he put her behind him on his Broncho and Rode sixty Miles to a settlement. He married her there and came Back to the ranch. A it was less than six months after this that the devils came Down on us again. He was in the Cabin with her sitting before the tire. When he heard the first yell he jumped to his feet and seizing his Rifle started to bar the door there was an Axon the Wall and so pulled it Down und followed him ready to die for him. They came bursting into the Cabin before either of them could reach the door. They were All around him. Yelling like demons and brandishing their tomahawks above his head. He jumped into a Corner draw ing her behind him to protect her there was fighting in the door Tor the other boys Hail come Over in the run when they heard the noise. Her eyes were blazing and she was in a tremble then. But when she heard the yells As the Indiana went Down before the revolvers she turned like a Tiger on her husband. Ile was fighting like a madman shooting with one hand and clubbing with til other lie was defending her when she raised the a and killed him. She got away with those that survived the fight i the room. I done to know whatever became of her but when i saw him go Down with a groan of Surprise and grief at her treachery i said a an Indian once and an Indian and mind Yon we were All fighting for our lives. A this Isnit a pleasant Story and pro sorry i told it but you Cun understand me now when i say that i believe in the old saying about the Only Good Indian. In. Y. Tribune. Up to Granada from Malaga Young women showed themselves at the Small stations thus adorned. I admit an of a Cas ional Scarlet Carnation. A group of Brunette faces peered through the Orange tree shrubbery just before Seville like another kind of fruit. The women sat sewing a group of Young Tailo resses Tor instance in open doors just off the Street or partly hid behind a curtain on the balconies above and the red Rose in their dark tresses was never forgotten. Much More rarely one fastens her Mantilla together at the breast with a Bunch of them. The ladies of a higher Grade who came out from the entertainment Given by a group of fashionable Young men at Tho Bull ring one sunday afternoon the ladies who drove in the throng of Fine equip pages in Hie Pasco by the Guadalquivir Hail often bad complexions und some of the elder ones mustaches like grenadiers. But All were very Spanish they flaunted the Southern Fau they wore the Mantilla still thank heaven though its Days Are probably numbered with the Advance of the Railroad Aud some oof the Beautiful carriages were drawn by mules Oil bedecked with coloured trappings. Spanish women Are rather picturesque than Beautiful and it is the Painter like effects to which they lend themselves that account for the enthusiasm about them quite As much As their actual Good looks. It is a land where they Are not afraid of vivid colors. Crimson and yellow drape not Only the balconies but the backs of the dark haired women in neckerchief or shawls of China silk Rought with Gay patterns of Flowers or Birds. Look at yonder maid in the Sevillian suburb of Triana. She wears a China shawl of Brilliant yellow embroidered with Green and Scarlet and she stands idly awaiting somebody in the doorway a Low House dazzling White in the sunlight. From a window nearby tumbles out a perfect Cascade of gorgeous Scarlet Cactus blossoms. The Best of it is in no Way tawdry you no More think to wariness in connection with it than with a humming . Y. Journal. In Slater s distress a re Lictor. A scr when they hear what i Bavo decided to tylors but a of str tli0 Florence 1,1 do. Hester was on her Way Over to your i House when you met her full of news j Sho could not wait until to Morrow to Tell. My mothers Only brother wont to i is on a crying sins of Tho and , the and in America. To each of us his Sisters children to bequeathed ten saw a likeness to Tho witty to had a Way of Locking himself in his study from morning until night saturday. Even his wife did not suspect that he wrote his sunday Sermon with a Glass of laudanum and Brandy at Bis Sido. Ile was courses on a crying they Drew immense crowds. A sarcastic gleam passed Over her face and for the first time Tho listener and Wise thousand dollars. It is not a Fortune cripple. But with our modest tastes and when Hester knocked again and again j joined to the Little ii Al Jado Atje Ujj then her win support us decently. My first thought when the nows reached us March invited m. Thiers to dinner and Tho Frenchman Only too gayly accepted Tho invitation. Thon it was that Tbs wily German noticed that m. Thiers ate voraciously of the vegetables and breads kind foods partook with seeming avidity of Tbs fresh Moat. This confirmed Bismarck suspicions Paris was . Francisco Argonaut. The maids of Seville. J without getting an answer father called out that to was Busy and did not want any lunch. She was always wilful and to had indulged Ber unreasonably. So Sho declared that Sho would not go away until to opened Tho door and took the tray not of Sho had to stand there and Knock All Day. To Tore open Tho door in a fury threw Tho tray and Tho Junob downstairs and Flung the child after it. Tho drugged drink had made Bim March shuddered. A and that was the cause a Quot a it left her what you see now. The a soot upon her character and feelings a week ago was a now or. Wayt need never Tako another Chargo we need not live upon tainted moans a Quot you Aro a Noble woman Hettye a she interrupted him. A i am not this is not self sacrifice but self preservation of Tho Money had not Beer Given to us i must Havo found Somo Way out of a false position. I want you to toll your father All you know. Keep Back nothing i Havo told you. He is a Good and a merciful Man. Let him speak openly to or. Wayt and forbid him Ever to enter Tho pulpit so it would. Sunday school teachers what do Tho scriptures say about Little boy Call ing Bis brother a fool Tommy i Dunno. Teachers done to you know what will become of you if you Call your brother fool Tommy yes May am head Thum it Thunder oaten record. Thu uting 1�?Timlon. Rescuer to drowning woman a now. Madam Don t struggle and we re Safe Tho Lake is As Clear As a Mirror and a drowning woman of let me look in it i think my Back hair u sour . The v a have a fashion of wearing Bod Rwm. The Day after the visit to Cordova i was at Seville byrons Seville these Ville which it is the received tradition to rave about As the very Home of exotic Grace and Beauty writes William Henry Bishop the novelist. It was at first visible on a Distant height like a City in a fairy tale and the Brown Plain Over which we approached it was Desti tute of houses while whole tracts were Cove Rad with u Small Violet Flower that gave them the aspect of stretches at sea there is a great Deal of Luck in these matters and if i did not see in Seville the full display of female loveliness that one is really bound to see there i saw the girls and women coming out of the great government tobacco factory almost the very first thing. I remarked Many and Many a Pale face among them plenty of drawn and ugly features and figures without the least distinction the result of unhygienic conditions sickness hard work and poverty. They All wore red roses in their hair like a uniform. Bed roses in the hair were the Rule almost without exception that Mouth in Andalusia. Fun St in going to retain health. Don t tall miters or Tiu and us judgment regarding fond Anil exercise. Van the health is fairly Good and there is no special Strain to be put upon the system the Normal appetite May be trusted to indicate the kind and Quality of food necessary to maintain that condition. Naturally the appetite varies with the changing seasons and unless it indicates in unreasoning extreme of indulgence or abstinence no attention need be paid to any other Monitor. Much harm is done by injudicious or meddlesome friends suggesting that a person is too Stout or too thin too Pale or too Ruddy and serious disturbances of the system often follow the mischievous advice to take some bitters or pills or refrain from fattening food or drink. Paying attention to any of these fads is like playing with fire. If you Are ill enough to seem to warrant any Radical change of diet or any application of Medicine consult your physician at once. Above All avoid advertised quack medicines. To use the opinion of a successful dealer in them whose Bank balance is More Liberal Thun his conscience they Are a made to of you feel a Little debilitated take the coca tonic eat plenty of fresh Ripe fruit and vegetables especially oranges drink lemonade Aud when unusually fatigued Ami just before retiring drink a Glass of milk As hot As can be taken in Large sips. Walk reasonably and sleep in pure air. If a few Days of this sort of Home treatment fails to bring up the body and mind to their proper tone Call in your doctor and follow his s Bazar. A Queens Lark. Little Tel Llma Lin Iii n spirit ��1 acceptance of a Challenge. \ charming Story which is Well authenticated comes from the Hague. Every afternoon Queen w Wilhelmina generally accompanied by her Mother goes on a Long drive in a Sleigh drawn by a couple of ponies. They Are unattended. And there is nothing about the equipage to distinguish it from hundreds of others of a similar character. A few Days ago the excursion was extended to a Village a few Miles from the capital which was reached just As the girls of the school were released from their studies and were enjoying a game of snowball. At the Earnest request of the Little Queen a halt was made in order that she might witness the fun. Either by Accident or design a snowball thrown by one of the children struck the Queen on the Arm. Ina moment and before her Mother could remonstrate Little w Wilhelmina was out of the Sleigh had grasped a handful of Snow and was busily pelting the children nearest to her. The Queen Regent laughed Good Nat redly but soon persuaded her charge to enter the Sleigh which drove on. It was Only a Day or two afterwards that the incident leaked out. And the mistress of the school received a big Busket of toys for distribution among the children with a charming Little card of new year greeting signed a a a Tribune. Hits of Barber we Itu Lom. Barile is Are not partial to seeing ladies come into the shop to get their hair Cut for no matter How pretty the dear creatures look after having their haircut they never look As Well As they did before Aud their first look in the Glass makes the fact apparent to them and they invariably blame the Barber for it claim it was not Cut As they directed. It is a fact that about nine out of ten Bald headed men Are All the time looking for something to make the hair grow but you never heard of a Barber investing a cent for that purpose and another thing that is just a notion and just us senseless As to suppose that the hair can be restored to a Bald head without the use of a wig Anc that is that Bay rum is beneficial to the face of you want a Good face dress ing after shaving use hot soft water nothing else is As Jour nth How to propose. A oms valuable Simroe salons for men who cont a initiate Matrimony. The question How to propose in the most effective Way is a question in which every Man whose heart and mind arc healthy has a present or reminiscent interest. Every Man of symmetrical manhood has known or will know a time when he would give Moro for the ability to propose successfully than he would for a ten years monopoly of the haunted streams and pleasure Rich Fields of Utopia. At that memorable time the Power to paint the Light that never was on sea or Laud or to construct planetary systems out of vagrant moonbeams would be an unsatisfying trifle beside the Power to Frame an absolutely irresistible proposal. It is precisely at that time too that a Many a mind is in such chaotic and dishevelled state that lie is unable to do himself Justice. Whatever therefore will Aid a Man at this critical arid agitating time it is a duty to Supply. It is confessedly difficult to Giro available advice upon this delicate subject. Circumstances and women vary so greatly that no Cut Aud dried formulas such As Are furnished by books on etiquette and on Quot courtship made easy a have any Utility whatever. There Are however a few general directions which Are of some value. First no prudent Man will propose within three hours after he has dined except upon great provocation. This May seem like a parody of advice on the subject of bathing but it is not so intended on the contrary it is meant most seriously. No Man deserves Success in love making who attempts it with his intellectual machinery clogged with pie. Propose when at your Best is a Rule that admits no exceptions. Another item of Good general advice is do not get heroic and swear with an oath that you will propose on a certain evening and before a certain hour. This is the surest known method for making a fool proposal. The kind of an offer which is made in pursuance of such a programme will almost compel any woman of spirit to refuse. The Man is nervous the striking of the clock gives him chills he laughs in a forced Way like a murderer awaiting the rope or Dynamo he is unmanned by a guilty a curfew must not ring tonight a feeling As the fateful hour which he named in his oath approaches and the ticking of his watch is like the metallic counting of a fiend telling the seconds which will elapse before a fatal judgment is pronounced upon him. A woman who really loves a Man will be forced to refuse him after such an exhibition of fatuous nes As he is sure to make when he goes about proposing in the heroic Way or at the Best she can Only accept him under protest and by remembering what he is when he is himself. Again no Man of sense and courage will propose by letter except under. Unusual conditions. The bravest Way is the Best Way in courtship no less than in polities and business. The Man who loves a woman and wants her for his wife May rest assured that in no other Way is he As Likely to win her As he is by telling her of his love in Frank and sincere words. A speak for yourself John a is the Maidens thought today no less than in the time of Priscilla. A letter is cold and colourless Ami every True hearted girl not Only likes to hear words of love but she likes to feel that her Lover has the wit Aud courage to Tell her that lie loves her and wants her to walk the a Long path of life with him. The Man who gives any thought to the momentous question a How ought i to propose a will speedily come to the general conclusion that he should pro pose by spoken words. The real difficulty is encountered when he comes to decide or to try to decide what those words should lie and How they can to made most effective. Story books Are full of eloquent and verified proposals such As no Man Ever used or Ever will use and the greater a Man studies them the More will is his confusion. Erotic literature Seldom assists a suitor and Mea after studying Biank verse proposals Aud love sonnets for months have been known the fatal moment came to stretch out their arms and say Only mine a this Blunt Tri worded declaration has the qualified endorsement of a High literary authority but it is i artistic if not injudicious. The Man who proposes As he ought to propose will take his time for the delicate duty and will see that the surroundings Are auspicious. There is magic in Moonlight und a grate fire is one of the brightest foes of celibacy. Sweet music too is a helpful assistant to the Lover who wishes to plead his cause successfully. There is such a thing As a love atmosphere and when that is found the judicious Man proposes. When soft Moonlight is stealing into a Flower scented room and the Low Sweet tones of a Distant Organ Are just audible then cupid governs and All tides set toward love. At such a time souls a Are full and pliable almost without words spirits that Are in Harmony answer to each other. The Man who is not eloquent and the woman who is not responsive when All the conditions Are thus favourable Are beyond the reach of sentiment and arc fit Only for parrots and celibacy. The Moonlight s spiritual radiance Tho fragrance of the Flowers and the murmuring music All say softly a i love Quot and the Man who proposes when to should propose will follow their example. Then the right words will Surgo upon his lips As by magic and lie will solve the question that so Many find in solvable a How ought a Man to propose a a ii. F. Marsh in once a week. Domestic intelligence. It is very difficult to get Good servants in Austin Tex. Old or. Warren is very much displeased with his Cook. A i advertised for a servant who had not formed any attachments and you gave me to understand that you had none and now there is a fellow coming Here every a a that spot my fault. I am not attached to him. He is attached to a Texas to if Tings

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