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AT THE MATINEE.
They tiilkivl of their 1i:i1Ii:h, their Hoi hen and
' their leelh,
Aiul there Itu't u tiling yon can think of !-
Tin- miii or th' iniMiii they didn't iII.iimi,
W ft It u woiiil'-rful din und ti wondiilnl fux,
Hut the n-f we nil had iix-tfiiiMi'd to henr
Them- three eli:irinln;r iiioIIhth of t.al.iis ko
Tin' ori')i"tr:i il:iyel that tuii-ieal ilreum
f -Id lat until It would m-i-iii
That it elmriM of an'i N had caught up Ihe
And h-ul lip" wi-i'l lone of tli.-lr oii-e -ii-yreine
To lift our miiiN iii; I 1 1 t !. fair mollit-r
Mill talUt d of Ihi-ir li;ihh' In innocent U'f.
And now I In- vrand rlic.nis lilies out tliroii;.'h
And melody rein- supreme oterall
Overall c;le these ninl . Wlio -rem lo
The eharin- of til'- mil-ie. Inr;in-c they li.ite
Thenieli r. for a talk, their lalies for text,
AVithont eVil a tlioicrht for fhee they have
They tell Hi that Millie v.iil lin III the v.'lUl
4 If I he s.it ae, and - t him
Cut. tilh Icil.ie- for 1et.
,aii Mop for a moment
Sim stole; Koftlv down to tin; Uw
wall, if sho oxptM-tctl tlis hour t appear
no !: ewr
a fond mother
fiom lichhnl anv btiih by tlio way, am
pPiMncl over, 'flu; rows ver ln'iddlei
to;th:r in a distant corner of the pas
ture. Against tin- bum could see
the liue outline of the hear.
Could a hear elitnh n fence? TiMy
had forgotten titer leaeliiii-s of 'I'inie
lecir natiirxl history, hooks on that
Miil.jeci, l:it lm thought it more than
jii ohahle that he eouhl. Hut lie certain
ly !il not seeni to he making any :it
leinpt to do no. Slowlv, and with her
lieai 1 in her nioutfi, Tildy i limlx d the
stoni! wU. She was very niud.Ie, and
she was sure she could ";et over it jiain
before that unwieldy creature could
reach her, and she niilit by some
means save the cows. If she could only
drive them over the stone wall! She
walked slowly toward the bars, armed
wilh a lare slick.
'I he bear did not seem fcroritius - tier-
naps sin; could drive him awav. She
slopped at a respectful distance and
stared at him; she dared not very
ueai, ni!lioiiri Jie bars Wi le between
her and the lm-re creature. As she
slood giiAug at him a very straiij
thin;; happened. The bear rose on his
hind-feel, looked over the bars at her in
i friendly fashion, and held out his paw
A SCIENTIFIC IHSCOVEItV.
A w And Mont Important Theory on One
of the Most Vltnt (Jiieation
of thf Itiiv.
as if for a cordial shake!
HOW TIIjDY drove the cows
-.V SoflUK sWI.IT.
"Win-re i-, that boy
Aunt IIuMah, in an
"There ain't a chore
white turkey has jonc
to sie.il her nest atrain.
done, ami the
across the liehl
ami the iruiuea-
pis arc iiealiiioj for tle-ir supper
enough to ileafell 3011, and the Wood
wantin' to he chopped, and .Jonas jone
to see his inothor. Why he couldn't
ha e a mot her li in1 in this town in
stead of ten miles off I .don't see; but
hired men have no coiiMiIcratiou for
other -peiode, no more than boys have.
I should like to know who is oin fur
Aunt IltiMuh was a little cro-., lut
then iihii' woman! -she had had a
bard time to uiniKiirc the farm ami maki
both ends meet since I 'ucle Joshua died.
And although he tliil scold sometimes.
jsIit was erv kind to limelech and
"1 will ' and lirinir home the cows,"1
aid Tihly. "I can ride Lirhtnino;
bare-backed. I hae done it ever so
"I don't think poor old Liht 11111
will ever run away with anybody,"
said Aunt lluldah. "Hut it's hard
work for oii to take down the bars
:ind put them up aain. I don't believe
in e;irls doiiiir sneh things, when it's
"what boys u- for. Iblt there's 110 t 1 1 -in
w hat time that boy'll b home.
Perhaps you may as well o;o. Ami
you'd bett-r hurry, for it's a lonesome
road, and it will be dark before lonj;."
Tildy had old l.iirhtnin out of his
stall and was on his back in a twinkling;.
Jut there was no uch tiling as hurry
ing old Ki";iit:iin. lie knew as well as
Tildy did that they were only oin for
the cows, and lie didn't mean to hurry
bis stiff old hones 011 any such com
monplace occasion. Il was a lm time
ap;o that Lihtnin"; had earned his name.
.Jonas, the hired man, said he was
"slower than stock-still" now.
Tildy broke off a beech sw itch, and
tried that as a persuader. She did
want to fret the cows home in rood
time, so that Aunt llu'dah need not
think too much about Tlimolech's al
sence. lie had a bright new half dol
lar that lie had earned by pickinjr ber
ries, and there was a circus over at
Cranberry Center. Tildy didn't know
that he h'ul one there, but she was
prettv well acipiai'd with boys. You
couldVt have Tiinieleeh for a brother
Instead of havin.i? his pace ijuickenetl
bv the beech switch. Lightning-, not be
in; aceutomed to siub things, stopped
short, and turned his head around to
look at it. Then he twitched it out of
Tildy 's hand, ami serenely munched the
After that Tihly returned to moral
suasion and told "him how important it
was-to have the cows milked, ami the
milk taken care of at the proper time,
for of the crcam'Vas to be made Aunt
lluldah s jrol.lcnest, sweetest, fragrant
est butter that was expected to take a
prize at the agricultural fair, and out of
the prize nionev Aunt lluldah had
promised to buy lu-r, Tildy, a new cam
bric dress bright blue with tiny spots
to wear to the Sunday-school picnic.
I can't sav that old "Lightning was
touched bv these arguments, but he did
legin to go a litJ-b' faster, ami before
Tifdy had"" fairly ihVided what color to
have the hat trimmed with w hich Aunt
lluldah might have money enough to
buv her. to go with the dress, she had
reached the pasture.
Instead of being close beside the bars,
as they usually were at night, the cows
were huddled'together in a distant cor
ner of the field, as if they were fright
ened, and suddenly, as she stopped
la-htning at the "bars, he began to
shiver and pant with terror
"What can it p
ss'iblv mean?" said
Tildv, aloud. Hut before the words
-.vere out of her mouth her heart seemed
to have stopped beating. From behind
a clump of bushes there suddenly ap
peared a huge shaggy brown creature,
that walked with "a lumbering gait
straight toward her.
Tildv knew in a moment that it was a
rbear. "TJimclcch was very fond of nat
ural history, anil knew as much about
animals as the school-master himself,
and he was always showing pictures of
animals to Tildy, and explaining all
A bear he certainly was, and a big
one, but how he could have got there
was a question. Since the days of her
Teat-grandfather Tihly knew no bears
Ead been seen about there.
She had not much time to think, how
ever, for Lightning, quivering in every
limb, dashed over the fence Lightning,
who had not leaped a fence for twenty
vear3and, with Tildy. clinging for
clear life to his neck, went on a dead
run across the p:vsture, over a stone
wall on the oilier side, through the
brook, and half-way up the hill, where
he stopped exhausted.
' Tildy slipped down to the ground.
She thought the bear, at that distance,
was preferable to Lightning in hispres
.ent fctate, which might lead nim to dash
off again at any moment, for Lightning's
terror had not abated ; he was only ex
hausted. Tildy thought of the cows with a
. dreadful sinking of the heart, and look
ed about her for help. But there was
not a house or a person in sight.
This proceeding was so entirely for
eign to Tihly s previous ideas concern
ing the habits of bears that she did not
know what to think. Hut when t hi: bear,
finding his friendlv overtures disre
garded, began to dance a slow ami
stately minuet, Tildy felt like tin; little
old woman on the King's highway, who
cried, '() lank a-mercv on me, this sure
ly can't be I!"
'Hiinelech's natural history
said nothing about this kind of
lie seemed to belong in a fairy
lie looked at her as if he reallv
her to admire him. Tihly remembered
a fairy story she had read of a Prince
w ho was turned into a deer by a w icked
fairy; perhaps somebody had been
turned into this queer bear.
Hut being a shrewd, sensible little
Yankee girl, Tihly soon came to the
conclusion that then; must be a more
practical solution of the mystery. And
suddenly there flashed into her mind a
story that .Jonas had told of a perform
ing bear he had seen at a circus. She
had almost forgotten it, because she
had been so much more interested in
the other wonders of which .Jonas told
thebabv elephant, the giraffes, and
t he talking hyena ; but Jonas had said
that the bear was perfectly harmless
"as gentle as a baby."
This was certainly a trained bear, and
he seemed harmless. Tihly had ceased
to tremble now, and she took a long
I001C at him. lie was muzzled! Tildy 's
courage arose with astonishing sudden
ness. It was not easy to believe in the
gentleness of a bear after reading those
dreadful stories in "Hiinelech's hooks;
it was a comfort to know that this bear
could not bite if he wanted to. lie
might hug the breath out of her body
with those gn at shaggy paws of his,
bill he did not seem in the least disposed
to any such violence, and Tildy began
to feel as brave as a lion.
"What silly cows, to be afraid of a
tame creature like that, when he didn't
trv to touch them!" she exclaimed, for
getting how her teeth had chattered ten
I'here was a collar around the bear's
neck, and from it hung a stout rope.
If siie only dared to take hold of the
rope and h-adthe bear home, what a
sensation she. should create! thought
Tihly. She extended ln-r hand over t he
top bar, and the bear immediately
placed his paw upon it and gave it a
little friendly shake. It was such a
huge, shaggy paw! Tihly felt a cold
chill creeping over her, but she did not
Hindi. He certainly was a very socia
Tihly took the bars down slowly,
watching him narrowly all the time.
She took! lie rope in her hand, and he
still looked at her in the mildest man
ner possil.de. She might lead him home
with safety, she thought, but she could
not leave the cows behind, and their
objections to the bear could not be
easily overcome. 15ut she resolved to
try an experiment: she led him down
the road out of sight, and, she hoped,
beyond the scent of the cows, he fol
lowing her with the docility of a dog.
She fastened his rope to a tree, and
then went back and drove the cow s out
into the road. They were a little wild
and unruly, being evidently still in ter
ror of the bear, but once in the road
they started on a trot home, and Tildy
brought up the rear with the bear.
"Bimelech was sitting on the door
step eating apple-pie. Jonas had also
returned, ami was looking anxiously
down the road for Tildy ami the cows.
Tildy and the bear were attended by
a throng of admirers. Ien, women
and children had run out of their houses
ami were following the bear.
"Jehoshaphat !" said Jonas.
Aunt lluldah rushed to the door, ut
tered a shriek, and fainted at the sight.
"There isn't another girl in Ponka
donk who would have dared to do that.
That comes of being my sister, and know
ing all about bears and things," said
'Hiinelech, with his month full of pie.
"That's the bear that strayed away
from the circus. There are posters all
over Cranberry Centre offering ten dol
lars reward for his return. "Won't vou
be rich, Tildy? I'll take you to "the
circus, and you can pay for both."
Jnuas went in search of old Light
ning, and soon brought him home,
looking thoroughly ashamed of himself
and neighing humbly to Tildy.
"Hinielecli Married the bear over to
Cranberry CTntre to his owners that
very night although Tildy felt very
sorrv to part with him and brought
Tildy the ten dollars. And Tildy had
her new cambric dress ami the prettiest
hat in Ponkadonk, without waiting for
Aunt Hundah's butter prize: ami she
bought for 'Bimelech a very big book
on natural history, full of pictures of
animals and birds, and a beautiful new
butter stamp for Aunt lluldah, and a
g:iy neck-tie for Jonas. And when the
circus came to Ponkadonk Tihly met
her bear again, and he greeted her like
an old friend.
If anyone had informed Oueen LTiza-
brth 111 her palmiest days that she could
have been seated 111 tier palace in Loll
don ami conversed with Sir Walter
Kah ijrh in his North Carolina hoim
receiving a repiv irom linn w iitiiuau
hour's time, she would have declared it
to be a miracle. And yet, had they
lived m the present day, this apparent
miracle would most readily have been
witnessed and not seem at all Strang
or unnatural, i jje truln is, new prin
ciples are coming into existence, and
the operation of many laws unknown in
the past is being fully understood in the
present. In 110 way does this fact come
more forcibly to the mind than in the
care and treatment of the human body.
Millions of peojde have died in past
ages from some insiirnilicant or easilv
cont rolled cause which is thoroughly
understood now and readily handled".
Consumption during the entire past has
been considered an incurable disease.
And yet it is demonstrated that it has
been and can be cured, even after it lias
had a long run. Dr. Felix Oswald has
just contributed a notable article 011 this
subject to the Popular Science Monthly,
lie regards consumption as pulmonary
scrofula. The impurities of the blood
produce a constant irritation in the
lungs, thus destroying their delicate
tissues ami causing death. His theory
shows conclusively that consumption is
a blood disease. It has its origin pri
marily 111 a deranged condition of the
kidneys or liver, the only two organs of
the body, aside; from the lungs that
purih- the blood. When the kidmn-s ov
liver are diseased thev are in a sore or
lacerated state which coiiuuunicat
poison to every ounce of blood that
passes through them. This poisonous
nioou circulates through the system
ami comes to the lungs, where the noi
son is deposited, can-dug decomposition
111 ine nueiy iornieu cells 01 the line's
Any diseased part of the
body has contaminating power,
and vet the blood. which
is the life of the system, is brought into
direct contact with these poisoned
organs, thus carrying contagion to all
parts of the body. Bishop Jesse 'J'.
Peck, I). I)., LL. I)., whose death has
been so recently regretted, is reported
to nave dieil ot pneumonia, which med
icai authorities allirm indicates a dis
eased condition of the kidneys. It is
well known, moreover, that for several
years he has been the victim of severe
kidney trouble, and the pneumonia
which finally terminated his life was
only the last result of the previous blood
poisoning. I he deadly matter which
angry bull. Ilhett felled him like a
butcher, and every time New Hamp
shire approached Hhett skillfully de
fended himself ami skillfully offender
New Hampshire. At length the lattc
badly used up, fell helpless at Khett's
feet. Hhett immediately put his foot on
his breast. "Let me up," moaned New
Hampshire. "Not just vet," san
Khett. "You got it challenge from me
once.-"' "ics," groaned New Hami
shire. "Instead of replying to it like a
gentleman," went 011 Khett, "vou ton
it up ami Hung the pieces in my face.
"Yes," said New Hampshire, with an
effort. "Well," said Khett, eooly, 1
saved the pieces, and you ve got to eat
them before you get Up. 1 hereupon
lie siowiy led New Hampshire the cans
full- preserved bits he had picked up at
his feet in front of the chapel door
weeks before. And the bully ate them
all. Khett had utilized his Boston trips
to the best advantage with the most sci
entific sluggers of his day It was not
until he had succeeded in knocking one
of Ins instructors down that lie under
tookjXew Hampshire. Tradition lias it
in (ieorgia, where I heard the story,
that Khett and New Hampshire subse
quently faced one another on the battle-field,
Khett falling then under New
Hampshire's sword, only to see New
Hampshire prostrated by a rebel bullet
A Slighted Alcaldo.
CorpuK t hristl Tax Col lor.
"Some years since I was traveling in
Mexico, and on invitation attended a
party given in honor of the young
adies of the hacienda. After partaking
of a delicious repast I was invited by
the host to take a hand with himself
and friends in a game of monte amlamle
(traveling monte), which is played the
same as monte, with the exception that
the deal goes round in rotation and the
players bet at the game;. All present
were wealthy, and the game proved to
be an interesting one, and there was no
disposition on the part of the players to
stop playing, when notified to do so by
a policeman. They positively refused
to stoj), and told the policeman to in
form the alcalde who the players were.
He returned after a short absence and
saiil it was the order of the alcalde that
the playing should cease. They re
quested him to ask the alcalde what
their fine would be. The policeman re
turned with the amount of the line, ten
dollars apiece, which was promptly
handed mm uy the players, and th
host sent a card of invitation to the
alcalde, requesting the pleasure of his
presence. Not more than fifteen nun
utes elapsed before the. alcalde put in an
appearance, ana the play waxed warm.
Had the invitatien been accorded him
sooner, it would have saved the party a
When you visit or Irave New York City
i.av'Kapp, ,xnre!ia;r una t:rri!iKo
Hire, ana utop at (JIIAM) UNION HOTKL,
opposite Onyid Central Depot. elcpint
looiiin, niieu up ni n eont or 0110 million iiol-
nirs, reduced lo l and upwards per (lav
Kuroj.ean plan. Klevator. Jtentauritnt nup
plled with the bent. Jlorc-curr., ntai; and
elevated railroad to till depot. Kiunilie
can nvn better for Ickn money at the (irand
l .'nion Hotel than at any oilier lirt-cU hotel
in me cuy.
Choose a wife rather by your earthan
I.ifr' n i'oiiuiitlrum.
vt lieu judiciously used, IJurdoek JSlood
miter are In themselves a remedy for all tin;
evil arising from impolitic of the blood.
i.ien never lull to make tin; patient Jonir-
1 1 ..... 1 ... ....
ineu ami nappy. I'riee .?i.ini.
1 ry eating fresh radishes and yellow
turnips for gravel.
lien vou are continually coiiirhlii'' nk-hf
ami nay, aniiovin everv hoilv uroiiml von.
uiui nopin 11 win L'o awav or II own accord.
you are riiiinin a dangerous risk Letter i
use lr. I iioiiiu Keleetrle Oil. an tiiifaillmr
....... ...1.. 1.. ..it .1
11 iiii iij in iiu mic 11 rases.
Try swallowing saliva when troubled
with sour stomach.
j (try wise tnimf was done lv tue (111-
CAliO .V .NoltTll-W KSTKlt.V K.WI.WAV Co.
when It opened up to the people of tlii-
country the celebrated James Kiver valley of
J'akota. h urther information about this dV-
sirable section can he obtained free lv ad-
dressing the General Passenger Aelit'of tin;
iim vw.o.v M)iiTii-ni:sn;nx i:ii.wav, at
If you are sick Hop Hitler will MirHy aid
-xaiurfl 111 making you well worn au cis
If you are col!vo or dyspeptic, or aro suf-
icmix iroui any oilier or the muiierou ui-
eaxe of the stoinaeh or bowel, it I your
own fault If vou remain III, for Hop Hitters
are a sovercL'ii remedy In all such coin
If you are wasting away with any form of
iniiiey disease, Mop templing Ueain tin
moment, and turn for a cure to Hop Hitter.
If you are lek with that terrible sickness
XcrvoiiMif, you will liml a "Malm hi
(iilcad" in the use of Hop Hitler.
ir ydi are a freitueiitcr, or resident or n
miasmatic district, barricade your system
against tin; scourge of all countries miilarhd
epidemic, bilious and Intermittent fever
by the ue of Hop Ititter.
If you have rouzh. pIuipIv or sallow skin.
Pad orealll, pain ami aches, nnd feel nils-
eratile 'iierallv. Mop Hitter will irlve vou
fair skin, rich blood and sweetest breath.
Health and comfort.
In short they cure all IHseases of the
Stomach. Howel. Hlood, Liver, Nerves. Kid
neys, Hriv'ht's Disease. ,"00 will be paid
lor a ease thev will not cure or help.
That poor, bedridden. iuvaini wife. sister.
mother or daughter, can be made the picture
or Health, ny a few Pottle or Hop Hitter,
costing hut a trille. Will you let t hem suf
TI10 Rood nnd staunch old
stand-by, 31 EX I CAN MUS
TANG LIM3U:NT, lias dono
moro to A.ssiiaq:o pain, relic vo
Kuilcrin?, nnd save tho lives of
men nnd beasts than all other
liniments put together. "Why!
Ilecauso tho Mustang pene
trates through 8 k I a nnd flesh
to tho very bono, driving out
nil pain nnd soreness nnd
morbid secretions, nnd restor
i.ig tho ntllicted part to sound
and supplo health.
There's a strikin;
abor and capital.
r difference between
FAT VS. LKAX.
To Mereliant and Furiner.
Send address to the Mutual Mauufacf iiriiiL'
. U abash Avenue. thicairo.
inu reeene oy rem ru man a circular and a
sample of the cheapest and best barbed wire
The Moat Powerful Healing Ointment
Au hour of pain is as lonir as a day of
K.kmin;iox. I i.i.. Dr. M. T. tJambh
iys: "I prescribe Crown's Iron Hitters in
my practice and it -rives satisfaction."
people are generally
Henrv's Carbolio Ealva
Henrv's Carbolio Ralv
Hftnrv's Oarbolin S.tIvo
,H t,-nry's Carbolic Salve
Ilenrv's f!arhn!fn Satva
llenry's Carbolio Salve
Ask for Henry's and take no Other
C8TBEWARK OK COL'NTEKKKlTS.a J
WEI.I.S' "ICOI 4II OV OKN."l.c. Afkfor
iu i o.ui'M'i.u.ecriuiinem euro. UoruH.wurui.bunioiia.
A late style of capote
peak over the forehead.
protrudes in a
Anjrlers will find in the .July Century
an illustrated paper on "IJlack Uass
Fishinjr." It Is by an experienced
amateur, Ir. .lames A. Henshall, of
Kentucky, a well-known authority on
all subjects connected with the Hy, the
rod, and the line.
(leorpre. W. Cable will conclude in
the July Century his series of illustrated
papers descriptive of the Creoles and
their Crescent City. "Food and I'laue
in 2Cew Orleans"1' is the title of the
paper, which deals with the suffering
of the Creoles from the Mississippi's
overflow,from yellow fever and cholera.
Never put pickles in a
had lard in it.
jar that has
is leit in the luiiofs by the impure blood
ehers up and tinallyYhoke.s the patient.
lien this is accomplished rapidly it is
called pneumonia or quick consumption ;
wneu siowi, consumption, out in any
event it is the result of impure blood,
caused oy diseased kidneys and liver.
I hese are facts of science, and vouch
ed for by all the leading physicians of
ir.eoa'. l hey show the desirability
nay the necessity, of keeping these most
important organs m perfect condition,
not only to insure health, but
also to escape death. It has been
fully shown, to the satisfaction of
nearby every unprejudiced mind, that
arner s Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
is t he only known remedy that can cure
and keei) m health the irreat blood-
purifyimr organs of the body. It acts
directly upon these members, heal in"'
all ulcers which may have formed in
them and placing them in a condition
to purify and not poison the blood.
This is no idle statement nor false the
ory. Yii: AW C. Iieach, foreman of the
Imffalo, :. Y ., Kubber Type Foundry,
was given up to die by both physicians
and friends. For four years he had a
terrible cough, accompanied by night
sweats, chills, and all the well-known
symptoms. He spent a season south
and found no relief. He says: "I
finally concluded to trv "Warner's Safe
( ure and in three months I "rained
twenty pounds, recovered my lost ener
ry ami my health was fully restored."
The list could be prolonged indelinitely
but enough has been said to prove to
every sufferer from pulmonic troubles
tnat there is no reason to be discour
aged in the least, and that health can
Try a hot llannel over
line, as that was a irentle reminder that neuralgic pains, and renew
, . . . . . . i -
Let il be understood onee for id I Curholitw.
a deodorized extract of petroleum, w ill posi-
uteiy restore nair to iiald Heads and there is
no other preparation under the face of the
sun that can accomplish this work.
'I' . -. . . . . i . 7 1 ) i . t
xiy ii nci towei to tne oaCK OI llie
neck when sleepless.
Major II. WTIlInese, fioston, writes:
"Samaritan Nervine cured me of tits."
ft. 50. Untwist.
Try buttermilk for removal of freckles.
tan and butternut stains.
When opiates fail, then trv Samaritan Ner
vine. It's a certain cure for all nervous ailments.
the seat of
It is stated that Mrs. Jeremiah Wriirht.
wiw nau j'uunonarv consumption, was pro
nounced incurable by her phvsicians. Hut
her neighbors recommended her iisim
Allen s Luiur Halsam, which has entirely
cured her. She is one of many cured bv it.
It is sold bv all Drinrjnst?
H hat men want is not talent, it is
purpose, not the power to achieve, but
he will to labor.
a srxivvmn OFFKlt
To introduce these Kles; nt and Fashionable
Decorations, the handsomest troods in
America, we will send this lot bv mail for 10
Cents, silver or stamps. One Japanese Na-
mii ieie:jeiii uesiim, colors;, une .Japanese
lidv (Moral design, n colors). One .Japanese
Oossamer Handkerchief (lace design), and
liiree Artistic Chronios.
Address Japanese Novelty Co.. Buffalo.
A . 1 .
When visiting Omaha stop at the
Metropolitan Hotel, cor. 12th and Doug
las, liates, 2.00 per dav.
If it were not for
hopes, the heart
Ante-Bellum Days in Harvard.
Wash. Cor. I'1'.ilaJelphia itecord.
Years before the war, while sectional
feeling was boiling toward fever heat,
one of the young llhetts, of South Car
olina, was sent to Harvard university.
At that time the students at fair Har
vard were pretty sharply divided by
Alason ami Dixon slme. the northern
ooys were led nv a Dig miiiv irom a
New Hampshire farm. He thrashed
everybody in both parties, but he dis
played his partiality by thrashing the
southern boys twice to the northern
boys onee. The university has changed
wonderfully since then, of course, but
at that time it was more like a great
Knglish public school in some respects
than like a great Knglish university.
Young Mr. Khett had not been there
long before he was knocked down by
young Mr. New Hampshire. It was a
novel experience for the young aristo
crat, and he eouhl only think of one
remedy. He promptly sent the bully a
challenge. The young man from New
Hampshire made no immediate reply.
This naturally increased the curiosity
of the other fellows as to what the out
come would be. Next morning young
New Hampshire waited at the chapel
door for young Khett. Juite a crowd
had gathered when Mr. Khett arrived.
"Did you write that?'' asked the New
Hampshire boy savagely, holding the
challenge before Khett's face. "Yes,
I did,"'said Khett, pale of face but de
fiant of heart. New Hampshire said
nothing more, but deliberately tore the
challenge into snips and bits," and then
threw the bits into Khett's white face.
The New Hampshire boy and the other
fellows passed into the chapel, and the
dazed South Carolinian was left alone.
Mechanically he stooped and bit by bit
picked up the pieces of paper lying at
his feet. Then he went over to Boston,
playing with the bits of paper in his
pocket as he went. In the afternoon
he reappeared, but he said nothing to his
nearest friend about his visit to Boston.
Nor did he disclose his plans for getting
even with his enemy. Every day for
weeks he regularly visited Boston, and
and when not on these trips occupied
himself with his text-books. One day,
when quite a number of his fellows were
standing on the campus, among them
the bully from New Hampshire, young
l.liett apieareU there for the first time
in many days. "Come here," he said
to young New Hampshire, calling him
by name. "Come here -ourself," said
the bully. "Meet me half-way," said
Khett, and the bully consented. As
soon as New- Hampshire got within
striking distance Khett quickly knocked
him down. Surprised and maddened,
New Hampshire rushed at Khett like an
A certain wiseacre of old has said that the
whole hie of man is but one mistake. He
this as it may, there is no doubt that the
man sick or well, who puts his trust in
Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters makes no mistake
and shows himself to be exceeding wise.
Try it. All jrenuine bear the signature of
J. P. Allen. St. Paul, Minn.
Besides his duchv of Cornwall, the
Prince of u ales owns real estate val
ued at 90,000 a year.
'J on Fastidious.
Some would-be Byrons look on with disgust
At the rhymes of Kclectric Oil "poet:"
Hut we have the best article known to the
And intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coughs, colds, asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis and complaints of that kind:
It does not cosl much, though rheumatics it
'Tis best Oil in the world vou can find.
Try eating onions and horseradish to
remove dropsical swellings.
Personal Men Only.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dve's Celebrated Electro
Yoltaie Belts and Electric Appliances on
trial lor thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with nervous debility, lost
vitality and kindred troubles, guaranteeing
speedv ana complete restoration of health
and manly vigor. Address as above. N.
B. No risk incurred, as thirty days' trial is
When visiting Omaha stop at the
Metropolitan Hotel,cor. 12th and Doug
las, liates, 2.00 per day.
He that grasps at
IOX T III E IX Til K IIOrK."Kontth onRnts'
Clears out rats, mice. Mien, rachs. beil-liuus. lie
The young man didn't wait to see
whether he would "duff up" or not.
Jersey Lilly Complexion Powder.
Newest! latest!'- most hiirhlv medicated '
absolutely pure! Flesh colored or white
Complexion Powder now offered to the fair
ladles of America at one-half the usual
price. Large boxes neatly engraved onlv 2."
cts. If your druggist does not keep it. send
j.) cis. in stamps to umj urown .Medicine Co..
Leavenworth, Kan., and seeure a box bv
return mail. Once used always used!
liou't Ever Forget
That Brown's Arnica Salve is positively war
ranted to cure Burns, Cuts, Bruises". Sore
Eyes, Old Sores or Pimples. No cure! no
pay : Only !'. cts.
He that falls to-day may be up again
J he habit of running over boots or shoes
corrected by Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffeners.
It you were to trv to recall all the
critt flfifwlc Villi Ifivf iirot flitno !n -vm
life, would half an hour be too loii"?
Ladies and all sufferers from neuralgia.
hysteria, and all kindred complaints, will
tind without a rival Hrown's Iron Hitters.
lacli man is a hero and an oracle to
somebody, and to that person whatever
he savs has an enclianccd value.
Miss Maooik Wyxx, the accomplished
daugter of Mr. Wynn, a leading farmer and
dock dealer, of Poula, Kas., last summer
was in wretched health, consequence of suf
fering from white swelling in her knee joint.
A day or two ago she wrote Drs. Diekerson
& Stark, the -surgeons who treated her, that
her limb was fast improving, and that her
general health was good.
He that gives his heart will not deny
STIXOIXO, irritation Intl.i nmmtion.nl! kidney and
urinary conipluintw, cured by "Bucbu-l'nioa." 1.
TJIFIJirS 13 LOO I) IN JiIS EYE
An! th'B inrlne. render. Oif TUnnri In vnur vMnala
Mii-kixiur n.urmnK, r in nun, wniviy, tea iacKt
wiHiny ii-uuutie of a lone, cold wlutrr.
thin will ronu't In Mrlnrinl or Typhoid Fcvern. l;hu-
miit'hm, i;:n, . r or K liln y Dl-mse. buforo you arc
frrr Tff'iiiitH outer. Don i nfifiin una fill itncKen
down, but procure at oner, Aumiui'i IiEir liLoos
1 VKIr I Ell,
SARSAPARILLA, DANDELION and
IODIDE OF POTASSIUM.
rropnrcd only by the Frown Mcdlrlae nnd Mfg. Ca
o thin now n i you reinforce your rntrin to, th
work and heat of nunimur A word to :he vise, Ac."
THE WEST AND SOUTH
arc awnk to the fact ti nt Ilrown'a 'VKtntl
1'lTrr 111 In are tin- only safe unit vurr remedy tot
IlllloiisriCKn. Combination, and kick Headache. Thii
are nrcpaied for this ouiiti iiililt.
Evrrv Mvllliie Denier In the South nnd Went Ireei
u w r .i nrvtnii.i .ti .ee:i
they are the beat. Ainnnirflie lUt. In tlmr.
KEMKIMES for lndlKcHtlon.Oy.spcpala.and Headach
now In Konernl use 'n the United Staten, and the bert
I)y Bpepilc Ki:incdy known. One. I one will relieve you
at onr. Trv It. Onlv .Vietn. a bottle.
He who .sees the end from the
ning will do only what is right.
ach Bitters meets
tte requl eruonts of
the rut onal medical
lhiloMihy which at
presert prevails. It
is a perfectly pure
2- embracing the three
of a preventive, a
2 tonic and an altera
r tive. It ortifi s ibe
body hit insi disea e
invigorate and re
vita izM the torpid
st mach and liver.
una effects a salu
tary clianee in the
entire svs em.
hor sale by all
Drumnrists and Dea
too much holds
SK1XXY MFX'Wells'Ilealth Renewer'-restores
health and vijfor, cures Dyspepsia and Impotence. $1
Knavery is supple, and can bend, but
honesty is firm and upright and yields
Young Jlen, Middle Aged Men and All
Men who suffer from early indiscretions find
Alien s Brain lr ood the most powerful m-
vigorant ever introduced; it never fails. $1;
0 for .. At Druggists, or at AUeu's Phar
macy, 31.J, 1st are. . . l .
He benefits himself that doeth
To the Rescue with II.U.K s IIoxey OF
Hokkiiouxd and Tak before the baby
strangles with croup. Of Druggists.
In ke s Toothache Drops cure in one Jim-
Hope is the brightest star
mament of youth.
in the fir
Loxk Jack, Mo.. Sept. 14, 1879.
I have been using Hop Bitters, and have
received great benefit from them for liver
i . : i i si . 'i' l
complaints aim inaiariai ivn-i . lurv are
AUberior to all other medicines.
X Jl. 15 A K . .
He that will not look before him will
have to look behind him and probably
with some regret
Hcoiaiaa'i Peptonized Heel Tnle, the
only preparation of beef containing its entire nutri
tious properties. It contains blood-making, force-
petieraUwi and life-sustaining properties: lnvalua
Die for IndlRentlon. iiyapepaia. nervous pros
tration, an ' ' orms of ueneral deb'.litv: also, in all
enfeebled ocdlticue whether the result of exhaus
tion, nervous pnmuauc i. ve'work, or acute dis
ease, particularly if renuittur m pulmonary com-
By taking revenge a man is but even
with his enemy ; but in passing it over
he is superior.
Education is the only interest worthy
the deep, controlling anxiety of the
thoughtf il man.
No moral principle is more noble, as
there is none more holy, than that of a
lut. K. C. West's TCkbvh akt maps treatjikst.
jninrantee-.l specific for KyFteria. Dizziness. Convulsion
1'itn. Nii-rou ural;ri:i. Ile-idnrhe. Nervoud Prof.trn
tioncnu?ied bv the of a;eohol or tobacco. Wakt-ftii
nens. Mental Depression. fioftcii:nr of the Brain reyuii
inT.in Iii'-unitv and lwlin to tniserr. d'Tay and dent!
l"i-enmtiirt Old Aye. Barrenness. Iosb of Power in eithe
seic. InvohmtAry Losc- and SnrrmnforrhTn caused b"
over-exertion of the brain, self-abn.eorover-imiulprnct
Ore hoT will cure recent crises. Fneh box contains en
montn's tr Rtmcnt. On dollar a box. or six tioxes ftv
dollars: sent hy mail prejioid cn receipt of ri-e. 'Weiruar
nntee ix boxes to cure mv nf. fcVitli eneb rrrttT R
ceived for six bo:.-e, necompauied with fle dollars, f
will send tho ntirrha.-eroiir wr'ttn jrnarantce to refun
monev if treatment lioes not etTec? a en re. Guarantee
issued only bv Jnni Ate.i vm a- i n.. iJrogtisU. lien--Col.
Orders iv mnii pr ree-'.Inr s
UK.Y'a SPECIFIC HKDICINF.
TRDB MAR T6TRAOE MAR
EOT. An onfail
tng core for sent
tnal w e aknesa,
S p ermatorrbea,
lie potency, and
ail diseases that
follow as a se
qcence of Belf
lmness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many
other diseases taat lead to Insanity or eonsumptloi
ana a premature urave.
all particulars in ottr namnblev. which we de-
tire to send free by mail to every one. nrTnepe
ctfic Medicine is sold by all drngglsu at 11 per pack
aue. or six package for 16, or will be tent free tf
mail on the receipt of the money, by addressing
TUB OKAY MEOICINK CO., Buffalo, N. T.
Cure guaranteed. One box will test its merit. Oi
account of counterfeits, we have adopted tbe yellc
wrapper: the only genuine. 8ol Omaha by C F
Far MJ MHittw boiliuc nJ Bt ti
irmn tt tjvn t.win setq j out
VmIiIm inaiu4 FKCa.
MEWARK MACHINE CO.
SL'J-J, Kaller. It
marphlae llabitCareil fat 1
1. J. bntrjEMia, lbaaoa, Ohio,
Clonnso tho Dowel unl purify tho Blood,
euro I3iliou3 uttacJis itml give healthy ac
tlyity to tho M vrr. A few doses taken In
tho Spring :inl 1'tli will prevent serious
E. FERRETT, Agi2ntf
312 Penrl SU, Keir York.
I)R. HENDERSON, I "ESJTSZ
& 608 Wyandotte St, 1 13 years' practice
KANaA.S C1TV. . MO. 1 12 in Chicago.
Authorized by the State to treat
Chrome, Nervous and iTivate Ois
eHset; Asthma. Epilepsy, Itbeumatlsnt,
t'llua, lane-wonu. Urinary and bkua
Olseases, bEMiXAl. Wxaxxbas (night
lomex), Skxual Dkbilitt (loni oi
exuat p"wi r), too. Cures guaranteed
or uium y lefuiidod. Cliarcealow. Thousand of case
cured. No Injurious moliclnet used. Ho detention
fr,;m buvtueas. All medicines famished even to
patients at a distance. Consultation tree and conulen
ttil ca I or write. Age aud experience are Important.
A HOOK fur both sexes illustrated and circulars of
other things sent sealed for two 3c stamps. My Museum
is now eneu. Hours: 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Suadayts 10 to
12 a. m.
W'e li;il rather he MipcrlhioiiHly ful than
uhnorinally h-nn. 'I'licic hoinethlnir of
dignity und icHjicctuliillty atlaeliin to fat
that tun? never falln to detect mid ajiiireclate,
nnd we hclleve It to he one of thd chlefent
eNHenthtln to Hiieei-hs hi tint world.
In hoiii'My, iiffahllity, a lid K""d horn
hcnne the fat are iiearlv alwuvN nolo the
mark. Very rarely (Ioch one hear of u rlht-
np-aiid-ilowii fat man e(iivlelcd of crime,
and from the rank of ielty offender ho 1
consplcnoiihly aliM'iit . Who ever heard of n
fat man aeen.xed of hcln u liornn lliicf, or u
ho thief, or ii chicken thief, or a pick-
pockety A really fat man, we mean. Who
can name uh one Millie fat man wlio Ii.m
hiren eiispeiided at a rope 'x end If Step Into
the rcformatoricM, penitentiaries, ntnl Stuto
prisons of the country, and out of tho thoUt .
Hands there incarcerated tind us a dozen fat '
men if yon can. To he Mire, I here are hiw-
hreakers pohselnx un iiiiiihiiuI development
of fat, yet they are heara-e and only to hi;
found hih tip in the calendar of crime.
As between I lie lat and the lean tho
former ure commonly the more airrecalde
and fully as hitelliixenttihfy are alrto e.xeid-
leiit talker, pood l.mxhcrH, and nnlek to win
friend. Who more popular than David
Davis, who more eloueiit than Kohert In-
i,Jnree I p-rsoll, who ho drollyi Xanhy of (;'rohi
'k'inoof I Jioads, each uiu' .ii of liberal corporeal
A II.. . . I n V. -
The fat brigade include few of the impe
cunious and abHohitely no tramps. Th. fat
when; filled witn it fair amount of lirahis
ure irettv certain to v.a alniienee oran ensv
livhiir; they will nit hi tlieir'chairs and hunt- -
liens will come to them, while Hie lean and
Hklnnv must need Jump around lively to
keep the wolf from the door.
1 lie fat are debarred Irom wiilklnir. matcli-
es. rowmir coiuesis.pri; niriiisuiHl similar
ly lucrative pastimeH, but thev will pet a
lnbli: or private olliee of some kind nine
out of ten. The intelligent fat man Is pre-em
inently successful tn cverytliln;? lie iirnlr-.
takes. To be fab liieun. Uu-Lt distil wills bed
Kven with -no bruini utUl tJbAIitt-JUiau',. Wjlt
be distinguished for his fat if for nothing
Inc. Fat means fun, ease, hick, renown.
Fat means content men! , respectability, for
-e-' J IPm e V
Ae!ei( iiil;TrnTri'e'Lo1r)'!r-af mil I:i(It- lriir1.
How to "i-t Fat fhonid Interest every reader.
An unhealthy man or woman is slow to take
on tlesh. Keep the nccrctorv and excretory
organs active, keep the hlood pure ami
Htron?, remove any dyspeptic tendency, cat
heartily, sleep well, " accomplish- thl wrfbyl
51 ood, j.
that best of all medicine, JJurdock 15
Uitters. as wc positively truarantee Vou c;m.
and you will no longer restmble a thin and
laded skeleton, templing Iteain ana Hateful
IJurdoek Blood Bitters warranted to
please by all dru'isls.
IT VILL PAY YOU,
If rou rnn a Mower or IIfaier. to jur
cliaie a UO.S Sickle (ihulir.
II wHf mt tab if to a want to handle ft
reliable Sickle Grinder an4 one that is
pold atriitnnaMe nc, to hndl the
Kuw. jiiore ti oicKie rindr;ri arc
ni erery p.ir ttmn all fthm ma'ie.
8eni for t'nrts hint and C'atlorne.
J.tKtntt winUd fur UDfMciiM-d territorT.
POWELL & DOUGLAS,
MwinTrn of Pnne. Windmll I, rtn.
M IF.I. CITBE
Bronchitis. Inns and Throat Complaint. Aitenta
w anted in the West, send lrr circulms and home
tealimoniiilM. IIiIm bob', hy mail H Der t x.
,ifi,.PM i. n I en cc o , vv ey mourn, mass.
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
SestCont;h fc-yrup. Twnnnod.
V.e In lime. Sold hy dniKeisis.
irTuTe uiiurrn evekywiikrk t-.
AOCniO II Mil I LU the best Family
iin. Mnrlilnrprcr InrrniH will knit a pair of
stocklnirs with HEKLnnd TOE complete in 20
minuies. It will Hiso knit a (Treat variety of fancy-
work f . r which tbt-re IS always a ready iii-ei. i-ena
for circular and teims to thy TworaMy KnlttluK
Miirliliir ... 1-r: Trpnmnt Htret. Boston. Masa.
"THE BEST IS CHEAPEST.
EXGINES. THRPHPRQ SAW-SILLS,
flonePowers CloTer Hnllers
Write furtREE 111 UK. Pamphlet
and Prioea to Tho Aul tman &. Taylor Co., Uanafleld, 6hi.
(Suitfl to all s-otion.
MORPHINE HABIT. 1
rav till cured. Ten years es
tablished, 1.0UO cur,Kl. Mate
CHf. T)r.Mar"h.Qoiney. lieh.
0 rATtNT, 10O X'AY t
11. . 4 A. P. L.ACKT.Patent Attor
neva. Washlnirton, t. C. Kail In-
1 VVllllUO, I Cli I Om nruof covnr.caxivas coU,
A etc Murray & Baker, Si tnd 40 Soutn Canal au,
Chicago. Send for illustrated prlCT iiat.
' I . & . . I . . r- In. fiMt MIlli IfeM T-4 L
Aelonn pictona"l Hooka and Bible, f 'rices redoo-
t SX Dr Cent. N ATtONAt. rljn. St. 1Q1 W".
a Ht-uK CntE for fits or epi'ep7 In 24 t onra. Free
A r? ?r. Krnw.7HU Ar.nal Ht..8t.lnla.Mo.
.iwi Lr dar at home, fsmplw worth K fre
S3 10 $ZU Adareaa Stinaon A Co..Pon,iand.Maln
..n....k in vrrar own town.
Sbar. Artre- V T)ti'tr,
Term anf to oatct
-io a wilK. fCt a day at home easily made. Corny
W M U Orab
HUKy tritlTW TO AUrr.RTlSVf
plea nny wow - iner. if.
Treating ( onuuinpt lon,'Asthma, Hroarlilt JiOaxa
( atarrli, Sre Throat, Loh of Voice, and othM
SlaladicR ofthe yose, Throat, anil Long.
IK. WOLFE treats the above named diaeaaea by
M educated Inhnlntlona. When tbua administer
ed, remedies are brought "face to face" In con
tact with the disease; whereas. If they are swal
lowed they mix with the contents of the stomach
and never reach the onions of respiration.
IK. WOLFE has, by the judicious employmen
of Medirated Inhalation, assisted thousands to
regain tbelr health. many of
whom bad ben pronounced Incurable, and
(riven op to die by their family pbynlcans and
1IC. WOLFE has prepared a list of questions for
rirk people to answer by mail. They are in char
acter the same would ak were be by tbe bed
side of the Invalid. By wiitinit answer to thee
" questions any one can en1 an accurate state
ment of bi difcase.acd receive and n ltHnn
rptndlea at home. In any part of ihe Luiuxi
t tai or cuutla, without;ir.curring the expense
and discomfort of msklr.it a isit to Cincinnati.
Any one sendinc bis name and post-office addre a
with a tbrec-cent postage stamp, w.ll retiolve a
copy of tLe"Clicu)ai cf questions" by return
JK. WOLFE baa published a mtdlcni book call
ed "CoBimon Sense, Cause and Cure f (Wi
sumption. Asthma, etc" a copy of which bo will
send to any body who orders it, by mail, and en
close 9 cents In po fane stamps wilh bis came
and poet-offioe ad ess. Tbe book If of irrext
vslue to any one afflicted with any disease of the
Nose, Throat, or Lunps.
jK. WOLFE bns also published another book of
64 pages entitled "Light about the fcouee we live
in," which every healthy person as well as tick
ought to read. This book has a tpedal interest
to pel son who bave weak lungs, or any symp
toms of Consumption, Art h ma. Bronchitis .or Ca
tarrb. Bent to any a-ldres- free by mall, on
receipt of 9 cefita In poetsge stax.p .
Address IR. X. II. WOLFE,
US Smith tit , Clariunatl, O.
erv psrkace du our i rc-"ii . T
narked rrszer's. nULU tVEK VV IltUt.
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A Buy None!
v-M nave iono u
a Uso Nonoll?
S T,vrr the eest.
If your Merchant cannot upjp!r I
vou, send your orders direct to us. Cir-
'culars sent fxeo upon application. 1
FOR SALK GEXERATXY B?
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