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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - July 6, 1891, San Antonio, Texas She sails sight. Monday july 6.1891. Pay they ,1 something is lost when you use . Sages Catarrh remedy. Its Catarrh. The worst cases yield to its mild soothing cleansing and Healing properties. No matter How bad your Case Bow Long standing you can be cured. Incurable cases Are rare. Its Worth $500 to you if you have one. Tho manufacturers . Sages remedy Are looking for them. you that amount in Cash if can to cure you. Its a Plain Square offer from a responsible business House and they mean it. It seems too one sided too much a risk. It would be with any other Medicine behind it. It Only goes to prove what a been said incurable cases Are rare with . Sages Catarrh remedy. Other so called remedies May palliate for a time this cures for All time. By its mild soothing cleansing and Healing properties it conquers the worst cases. 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Hambleton a co 6 2tf ten minutes to twelve. By m. G. Mclelland. Copyright by ame Rice Sassoe Tationa ence Lufi aft trl Wos a the question in Point was to whom should the Story first be told under Ordinary circumstances it would have seemed to him most fitting that the person most nearly concerned in an affair should be the one earliest made intimate with its ramifications but the present circumstances were anything but Ordinary and the communication he was called upon to make might easily be reckoned unprecedented. Royals instincts revolted from the straighter Ward method it seemed to him rough and brutal. He still hoped in some a yet misty and mysterious manner to be Able to spare Phyllis a Little at least to soften things for her. Knowledge her affliction had aroused his interest in Way totally apart from and yet strangely commingled with the interest awakened by the peculiarity his own position toward her. To this last indeed he gave Little thought for in his mind she to As still too closely associated with John Royal to admit identification in a Way with himself. He was simply conscious As a Man an infinite pity for her and As a physician the fact that Here was a Case which would require delicate ban doing. His thought hovered around mrs. Hart with an Ever increasing sense Relief and satisfaction. Here was a Beacon amid the rough Waters for them. He had been brought too frequently into juxtaposition with the creature feminine under various Aud trying circumstances Tot to recognize a sensible and helpful woman when nor he beheld one. If there Shook be Breakers ahead she dictate their presence and also show him How to shape his course so Sis to avoid More damage than would be imperative. Of his own unaided efforts in this matter he had come to feel profound distrust. The event proved that he had not reckoned without his Host for when the natural consternation Aud bewilderment incident to an upheaval accepted conditions had passed away mrs. Hart rallied to his assistance with All the gallantry a Large natured woman. Her acquaintance with John Royal had been so slight that her regret for his death was without the poignancy personal bereavement while her admiration sympathy and comprehension his motives and character rendered the process by which she Sot him Aport Aud exalted him into a Chevalier sans pour it sans repro he a simple evolution sentiment. Her most Active and dominant thought in the matter was for Phyllis. After some moments Given to meditation during which Royal watched her conscious naught so much As the Relief divided responsibility she turned a troubled face toward him. A a it a positively awful this happening just now a she declared. A i mean ifs More disastrous than if it should have happened at any other time. You Haven to got at All the complications yet but you re a doctor and a member the family so i can speak quite freely and can depend you in a sure to help me decide what will lie Best for that poor child in the other room. This calamity ought to be kept from her Aud yet How we Are going to contrive to keep it i can to see. Perhaps you May be Able to suggest a Iii her anxiety she ignored the fact the marriage by proxy having really taken place rather she unconsciously allowed for it a wrong premise. Or. Royal himself she accepted pretty much As his namesake had accepted him As a Man who inspired Trust and might help her out a difficulty. The fact that so far he had proved himself More adroit at complicating difficulties than at furnishing solutions for them somehow failed its proper impression. John royals death for the time being appeared to nullify All that had preceded it. Royal now Learned that for More than a year the girl had been under treatment for the disease which obscure her vision that she had spent months at mrs. Harts House in Alexandria during the previous Winter in order to be near the celebrated Oculi St who had charge her Case Aud who divided his time Between new York and Washington. The Case had progressed so favourably that the great Man had appointed a Day within that month indeed within the next fortnight for the final and All important operation which would restore her sight leave her hopeless forever. Meanwhile the strictest care had been enjoined to keep the patient Bright and hopeful to surround her with cheerful influences and a Guries Promise. Nature must be induced to co operate with science to effect a cure. Any sudden overwhelming emotion any violent change conditions either mental physical was to be specially guarded against. That was the reason Why she had not been taken to the Hospital to be married after the Accident. Royal had feared Contact with his own pain for her. For the same reason they had with one consent made Light the Accident for it had been necessary to Tell her it guardedly because a word two she had overheard and also to account for the fact royals enforced delay. It had not seemed Worth while to postpone the marriage. Immediate Possession the Money had been a matter grave importance and both. Parties were fully await Chat it could be a marriage Only in form until the great question for Phyllis should be decided. After the Accident indeed John Royal had been More than Ever insistent that the arrangements should stand. They had yielded to him and had kept Phyllis Bright and interested about her plans and so prevented her from thinking too much growing anxious. She had wonderful self control poor child Aud knew the Paramount importance absence pronounced emotion but what woman a self control would be equal to the Strain which knowledge her lovers death must put hers then too she had been sustained in her efforts by consciousness that happiness for John As Well As for herself was involved in her preservation equanimity. And what will not a woman do and endure to make herself worthy in the eyes the Man who loves her if this incentive and restraint should be removed who could Tell what disastrous consequences might ensue mrs. Hart Well nigh wrung her hands in her sympathetic appreciation the difficulty the situation. To be so near lid goal and then have Hope walked fruition and now when the loss the Money would make the recovery Siht More than Ever a priceless Boon what could a Blind woman without mopey be save a dependant All her Days Aud what a Fate was that to contemplate from the standpoint two and Twenty if Only John Royal could have accomplished his purpose if Only the broken Frame could have obeyed the heroic will mrs. Harts tears fell fast from very pity and a Swift realization human impotence. Royals words surprised her a was she much attached to her cons in a he put the question in a Low voice. For attachment in the sense lovers. Mrs. Hart could not answer but thought it improbable that that sort ardor could now be a Factor in the engagement. The pair had been separated for six years and during that time it was reasonable to suppose that the Youthful emotion which had drawn them together should have evaporated. That there existed however Strong love Between the cousins their conduct toward each other had proved. John Royal had been quiet Man she had always heard absorbed in lits profession and ambitions distinction therein not a Man much worldly Wisdom nor much addicted to society. Phyllis had doubtless nursed her Romance As much through Force circumstances As aught else she had been brought up in the knowledge and belief that her Cousin would be Lier matrimonial destiny and during her most impress Ible years she had been held apart from forming any other attachment try the blight which had slowly and insidiously crept Over her. A it was that which prevented miss Royal from summoning John Home before Quot mrs. Hart explained. A she was so anxious that Phyllis sight should be restored before he should see her and Tho disease was obliged to in its course. Anne liked to arrange the procession for her people Down to the most minute details. She kept full knowledge the child s condition from him and i be Lieve it was Only just before her last ill less when the possibility cure was at hand that she took him into True Confidence. And As ill Luck would have it that letter did not reach John for months after it was a Why did she make that iniquitous will Quot demanded Royal who Felt that Here he also had cause complaint. A god knows i think however that it was made just before John sailed for Europe and while the engagement was fresh with them nil and the Young people very much in love. Perhaps her idea was to keep John True by making his cousins future dependent his con Stoney. When a copy the will was sent him after his aunts death and some indignation was expressed John wrote us that he had been aware its contents for years. None the other friends was. They might have coaxed some reason and Justice into Anne Royal they had been. Like a great Many women she never talked about wills she seemed to have a feeling that to make even mention such a things i also that lies was really a Kinsman and alone in the world which sufficiently explained the fact that John and Nina should decide to remain in Matracea until after the funeral. They followed him alone those two Well knowing that if the still heart and quiet brain could respond to sentient thought emotion John royals decision would be that it were better the Guerdon tears should be withheld from his memory forever than that the i falling the drops should dim one Chance Light for the eyes his beloved. # chapter in. Royal had about completed his arrangements for leaving the hotel in which so much import had occurred when a Chance remark caused his own position in this affair his namesake to assume proportions and a complexity which Well nigh overwhelmed him. He was standing in Tho hotel office near the clerks desk which Lay the open Register. The Young doctor stood at his Elbow the same to whose fledgling care John Royal had been committed. They had been speaking the Cne and its untoward ending and a i gone into details interest and Imper once to no mortal soul save members the profession. Suddenly the Young fellow put a question Iga 8 would be to prop thedoor open for no one More Thau Hart Royal could appreciate the importance satisfactory adjustments Between physical and men Tai relations in cases like the present. He talked the matter Over with mrs. Hart and out pity for the girl and in unconscious adaptation their thought to the lines indicated by John royals conduct in regard to her they decided that they would continue to shield her from knowledge her bereavement until the operation should have been performed. It would be but for a Short time they thought and no living being would lie injured. Of Tho property there would be no occasion to think for three months yet As that time must elapse Ere the executor would Render his account. And Roy alas Kindred there was none accessible nearer than Phyllis. His parents had entered into rest Many years before and his two Sisters one had died in childhood and the other had married a missionary and gone away with him to some impossible place where a letter would be Mouths in reaching her. They removed Phyllis to another hotel where there would be no Chance her accidentally acquiring More knowledge than they desired for her. She had a Jpn told the death the stranger a i a the Young lady is his Cousin and Kin. She is my next a were Yon Brothers excuse me for asking but the name is the same for both the Register a laying his hand the Book. A a they be put the same initials too. But that a a mistake i no Royal explained there no mistake. The names were the same and they were Kinsmen but not Brothers. He cast his Eye the Register he spoke and read beneath the name mrs. Walter Hart that mrs. John Hart Royal. It surprised him for he had no recollection whatever having placed it there. Then he remembered that in the excitement and hurry the arrival he had neglected to Register the ladies at All. It was probable that the clerk had supplied the omission from information obtained at the Fountain head. A this wife i suppose a the Young physician hazarded. In the second which elapsed before he replied Hart Royal a mind seemed work Over the whole Case from Start finish like an electric Flash. Ila tip geared suddenly confronted by a joint View the instantaneous Abs it rpt a a which by his consciousness my in it be something which he had known All along Only failed to give it due proud lie Nee. The pause Ere he spoke was slight that it passed unheeded by the bystanders but during it royals whole mental position and a Good part his external circumstances Hail been shifted. A no a he made answer quietly a the Young lady is his Cousin and next Kin. She is my specimen cases. S. H. Clifford new Castle wis., was troubled with neuralgia Sod rheumatism his stomach was disorder his liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles electric ritters cured him. Edward Shepherd. Harrisburg 111., had a running sore his Teg eight years standing. Used three bottles electric bitters an i seven boxes Bucklen a Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and Well. John speaker Catawba o., had five Large fever sores hl9 leg doctors said he we incurable. One bottle electric bitters and one Box Buck i end Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by dress Thorn Osen it Feco. Tell pm contractors and builders attention. Are you to need Austin White Lime plaster Paris hair Portland Cement tire Brick fire Clay if so ring up Mcallister amp Wurzbach Telephone 163, who Are prepared to quote Low prices to prompt Cash customers. We also have a Fine line grocer Els. Give us a trial. 201 8. Alamo St. _ 6 pm in sugar Cane Mills at Cost. I have a lot first class Cane Mills by a i will sell at Cost Price account same not being in my line business. 6-26-1 m Edward Persch. Norlice filing final account. No. 1684. Estate George a. Barker deceased. The state Texas county Bexar. I county court in matters probate. To Only term 1891. The state Texas to All persons interested in the administration the estate George a. Barker deceased Samuel j. Barker administrator the estate George a. Barker deceased has filed his final account in the county court Bexar county which will be acted at the july term. A. I 1891, said court at the court House thereof in tie City san Antonio after this notice shall have been duly published for Twenty 20 Days in some newspaper published in san Antonio Bexar county Texas at which time All persons interested in said estate May appear Aud make objections thereto they see proper. A witness Thad. W. Smith clerk the county court Bexar county and Seal said court at my office in san Antonio a Vathis 29th Day june a. D., 1891. Thad. W. Smith clerk county court Bexar county. By r. C. Symington Deputy. Issued same Day. Caine to hand june 29,1891. And publication the within notice ordered made Iii the san Antonio Light. T. P. Mccall so Eroff Bexar county by w. Prus i . 0-29 20 t to to so chapter Viil a Seal. \ Seal. A ooh its tremendously funny t dare my a he it Jim led. A poor child i poor Phyllis a mrs. Harts face wore a compassionate expression and her voice had tender commiserating inflections she stood by the window looking out into the Street with eyes which conveyed to her mind no image that which they rested. Royal paused in his restless walk Aud silently gazed it her. Her tone made him wince like the touch a nettle he was too much oppressed by Tho re suit his own precipitation not to be sore and irritable. Involuntarily he resented the implied depreciation. A Al amp a jew Luna Niaj go a he to be continued. Of what a cough. Will you need Wue warning. The signal perhaps the sure approach that More terrible disease consumption. Ask ourselves if you can afford for the Sake saving 50c�?z to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh a cure will cure your cough. It never Falls. This explains Why More than a million bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers do not be without it. For lame Back Side Chest use Shiloh s porous plaster. Sold by Adol Dreiss. 3-28-Eod notice filing final to count no. 1701. A estate William Caruthers deceased the state Texas county Bexar. I county court in matters probate. To j uly term 1891. The state Texas to All persons interested in the administration the estate William Caruthers deceased g. W. Caruthers administrator the estate William Caruthers deceased has filed his final account in the county court Bexar county which will be acted at the july term a. D., 1891, said court at the court House thereof in the City san Antonio after this notice shall have been duly published for Twenty 20 Days in some newspaper published in san Antonio Bexar county Texas at Whlon time All persons interested in said estate May appear and make objections thereto if they see proper. Witness Thad. W. Smith clerk the county court Bexar county Aud Seal said court at my office in san Antonio this 24th Day june a. 1891. Trad. W. Smith clerk county court Bexar county. By r. C. Symington Deputy. Issued same Day. Came to hand june 24th, 1891, and publication the within notice ordered made in the san Antonio Light. T. P. Mccall sheriff Bexar county. By w. Druse Deputy. Ff-26 3 was notice filing final to count. Estate j. B. Schmidt deceased. No. 1482. The state Texas i county Bexar. I county court in matters probate. To july term 1891. The state Texas to All persons interested in the administration the estate j. B. Schmidt deceased Ernst Hessler executor Aud testamentary guardian the estate j. B. Schmidt deceased Aud his minor heirs has filed his final account in the county court Bexar county which will be acted at the july term a. 1891, said court at the courthouse thereof in the City san Antonio after this notice shall have been duly published for Twenty 20. Days in some newspaper published in san Antonio Bexar county Texas at which time All persons interested in said estate May appear and make objections thereto if they see proper. Witness Thad. W. Smith clerk the county court Bexar county and Seal said court at my office in san Antoniov this 24th Day june 1891. Thad. W. Smith clerk county court Bexar county. By r. C. Symington Deputy. Seal. Issued same Day. J came to Haud june 24th, 1891, and publication the within notice ordered made n the san Antonio Light. T. P. Mccall sheriff Bexar county. By w. Druse Deputy. 6 36 3w

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