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VOLUME XV. S
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1330.
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KTC., ETC., RTC,
Qf All Descriptions.
JJLiLtAililiU 15 U Kliijj UiiK5&Q !
i t; reiJy mal and sold ehp for c;ts!;. ;
UY FIBE HE ARSE
; iOW KEADY FOii SERVICE..
Ot ETfiy rser'pticn,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Wli'DOW R1IADE PIXTURE3,
Complete with Itcilcr. far
Lixaarequin Window Slia-ies.
x.. i e. iATivr Txfltty of Ctieapsr Sli3df-3,
ef all Taiietics.
'fl xmmy thinks for p;iflt vr.lYH. 1
ruT. s.l t a!l RiiJ examine rr.y
LAKGK STOCK OK
2i RICK! MUICKl
If you wat any
sr Ornamental Brick,
h T. ArkoOVER,
M'VfSYILLB, - - NEBRASKA.
K'rtwjthiac anil every cvNifwrt
A ihwl Hotel can Furnlsl:
pt at tha Citj tiota '
llv ML'r5L. Com, Vrop;ioior.
fffZ', CARRIAGE in-Z CR7TA
JL.. ..A-E? IEEE Xj Zn 5T.
r c over the Brich Block
v.vi to II Boeck's.
Pi,A.T.?XOl.,TK. - KEI?
5 I'iOTERDS.- rRiiIiiir. j
4 : siT?, iii;;;t LI c. tat t'-P
4 ? . . '! low pf,.-.t w tT will iw; cui-a
r- :,ci iIopri.Uert." help.'
O H "KMncy ar1 Trt- !J
i yl tl nvy coa.1 lau.t.i ol i:i
ht7;,prl n Huds t.fi d nr.-tiy U
t : ujo iioj.i.ittei. L,
jj fa nor Covr.rt ccpt li t
Ti ' Tho Krrstcrt Kr- n tha tveiit.-t, sjitxl Si
'J : . umui h, tiooU t aulbwt. Aj-i; liiiiUtrn. fa
J vUUera,'T 14 Th Ko? Pi1 for r.
U ftcnrti, Liv. r .d p
7 r, L-Iiiurx, lank- y t o:l ot! Cu;-os fc?
flP Bitters 1irr- f P.T;C.Is?ia l"t9 1
. . ; i ,4 kJ til c j.r ' 1 I i T .
, Send for
L i :.. -1 -
Ft -i RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AMD COLOR.
Jv a r.iost r.grccaWe dressing, v.hicb
: nee hannhss and effectual, for pre
r,".i ir.-z the hair. It restores, -with the
mid freshness of youth, faded or gray,
I ! . .'.id red hair, to a rich hrown, or deep
I'I.k , as may be desired. By its use thin
i3 thickened, and baldness often
i ir .; not always cured. It checks falling
.-: Lair immediately, and causes a new
rc-v. '.' in all cases where tho glands are
;,r,: rcayel ; while to Lrash weak, or
-; ..vise direassd hair, it imparts vitally
-:..! i-ength, and renders it pliable.
': . Vicon cleanses the scalp, cures r.m!
r f . itj the formation of dandruff; and,
't.y cooling, stimulating, and soothing
i .- .ies, it heals most if not all of tho
Li : . 3 and diseases peculiar to the scalp,
1:-. i-jg it cool, cijan, and soft, under
v. i i L conditions diseases of the scalp and
Lr-ir : "e impossible.
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair,
T TiGcn is incomparable. It is color
- 3ntain3 neither oil nor dye, and will
it. t oil white cambric It imparts au
i. ...ble and lasting perfume, and as an
i.r','.' -i for the toilet it is economical and
unii'rpass-wd in it3 excellence.
I;. J. 0. AER h CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'.-uctlcal and Analytical Chemist.
: CY A IX IJ2CCGI3T3 EVEItYTVTIErt'E.
i tfv .-T ; ;?k.
Or any othor kind, you ran file ytyurmlf with cut
1 jtte Mttenina so that it will cut Jlrtter than
;. Tlio U-.;ih will all remnin nfvonal iza anrl
tti:ii. A'etW am rfrfijtt of fit. SO to any
pnri if the lnit'd h-liiti-!. J I man tMwTl'irculArMyve. !
41od A ffnti riitetf nwi' f tt ntuttntt t
Wftf. 4.ireM 7Ji & KO., Aew Ox. i
fortl, JW. I
We ba-re handrMi of If tters from men nsiaa
mi. x .-. . v . : 1 . : . 1 1 . . . 1 . . , .. 9
V XJLt. X i SUUULL.
Ro. 2t Wabash atenck. Chicaoo. ill i
11 'if!' ,u' "ommon I
ILEUSTKATED CATALOG WE and orira
list of over 500 nw debigm WAILED FUKJfi
pon application. Looaa or tut
la the best bane bun'
t fur 1 1 .... ( '..'.!'
mf-nt thau any other Jtovos. Ask vour iral.
ct fur them, or eend for free ill ubira ted clr
ciiUr. Ch:e?so t Eris Stove Co. (Limited),
; 171 & 173 Lake SL, (MUoaoo.
CRAY'S 6PEC1FIC MEDiCINB
TRABE MARK. Th orwaemeltab TRADEMARK.
fjJt-?V Keraely; Aa
Before Taking. Abu: Loj of After laklnr.
Xwerr, C Diver sal tuits. r&ia i th Back. DimpeN at
Viafoa, Prator Old Agt, and man 5 otlicr Pfce&tea Uit
lemd to Inaniiii or CoMarjiptioo, bd &irvoiacare Grm.
07FuII pmrtiaalara im our pamphlet, which we 4eir to
cued free bj mail to erery one. C"7Tlift Spociflc Medietas U
nli bj all drassisu at ft rw pftckae, or six pack a go for
fS, or will be seot free hy inail oa reoei4 or U10 bw; bf
TU GIUT JIKI!fI5K CO.,
Vkciiaiiic's Sucict DarotT. Micm.
i:JloIil in PlatUnmutb ani every waera, fey
C. G. HER0LD, - - Proprietor.
FIUtJT i:STABL'I IN is.'.
Kryps a CfiieiAl large stock ol
Men's, Youth's & IJoy's
OjsJ has Jast reie'vetl the CiteFt lot of
French and Engtisli Silk
Vj- 1st styii s of
U-L tAa v CJ V-t m vji ir aj
r? sufj iikii:r, his stt.ck of
Funilshhig Goods I
ii-f Al. 1 i M 6 i5 U 5.
I jT art; ft ,- nouii'a t- aM-j-1y ai.y uir.ar.d.
Gail and Examins tlic
Dr.ru he r v rci r.-i s r.vr; r r.s r,vn :r. e.
3!,- ty. S it. i.j1y li
For srt1;; bv K. ". I'vev & Sol:, f-ob-n-irni &
Nallian. Win 'llet'wit!, W. ll. r.;iii.'r t Co.. 1..
Knliskv & Koii.
?SJ 3 S5TCn laX BTSKSI.S BIT KEVFS. cf which I
Curs Ltei. Aaurtu with staniji, Ur. j. N. 'i" abler, LouU, Mo.
SCVi SI SAT 3S.4BElarr.
1. iA. oi.li.'iliLEv'i.ili,
Eonth 8ilc Lower Main.
Kt'e;is coii-.taiitly oii huttJ a -ioxI and well ff
lcct (i Mi;iiiy
Fresh-Beef, Pork cs Mutton,
TURKE Y, CHICKENS,
AH Kinds of Gained Fish
tiIiiu'st cr.s!;.;.:i; o f;iiI for f-v-'-r or dry
Hi;i'i. .mil lor f;it sex k. ;iv; iff :i ! sl
can safi'iy ntarai:te l-;:rc. wliolfsoiK-
ri)t"3 t. st. st.v?. r.i roscTti.
will Vp mned. with TS'SITFFLATOTl
Lil .riiiirieUL. for 1. w. Adurert Dr. C
all. EYKKS. 1b E MllMn-t.. Chtcaer.
fill., who w a. cur 1 Ly a nine yt"ar mito.
TUOOBanus cur.a inc. li &rr&ui uiw
n tauni&nKKcd, nnme hL pancr. and
Vend ton eei;t to pay prlntiasHinl pota8
'or Hitotc of fua InforiTRilon. tuaiUuo-
totals, etc. You will never resroHw
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Maiiuf;i ;;nc! of unJ ltalrriii
i&i -3 fe4
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done T7ith Noatn.ers Dispatch.
im;:-nco t(,v. ;( -.vhi-ro "Tsir, '! r:lt
il st'lf Sfljustabla itin-.! ct::tr'Ar oltl "
HH H H U rg 0 H H EH B-
1 HH V?t ICrA tl n H U Yti IJ
uiaay a b bib.
)V FLATTSMOl'TH. XEBUASKA.
TCt15i'. KA5SA A CLARK
... Vice l'reM'lerit.
Jon o IIoukkk...
t,,,, P..,k s now for h,ine. at their
't'W rtioia. eoriii'r -i:illl fixiii surtis, ana
is iu-i i:-ed to T.r:m.-ai:t t;etiral
Stookt, Bends. Gold, Government and Local
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Vepoaits Received and Interest Allott
ed on Time Certificates.
Available in any part of tho United States and
lu all the rrtnripal Towns aaU Cities
nhan Line and Allan Line
Terson v islsmg to bring out their friends from
PURCHASE TICKETS FROM US
Fhroujsh to IMattsmonth.
WE -Ea EH b
Furnislies Krefh, l'nre ?J;'k,
Special call attended t. ftrl E-sh Ulk
from sa.ne cow furnished when v.-atue.L
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. O. BOONE,
Haiti Street, opposite Saundeis House.
SHAVING AND S II A M I O O 1 NO
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
1 ALL AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And tret a bona in a
A. Sclilegel & Brc,
And Ueaicis in
FANCY BXOKEKS A KTICLE'S, SMOKING
and Cri SWING
Pci;-.! nitANDS and sizes ot CIT.A T:3 made to
tirricr, and s.-.lisfaction jiiiaraateed. Ciar
fiiij.ins eohl for smoking tobacco.
Main Bt. three doois west of Saunder House.
PLATTSMOUTII, NEB. 101y
m HABDWABB STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened an eiitire lew stock of hard
Net door west of Chapman a Smith'.- Drug
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAK'ES, SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, ly the Keg
ROrS, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
A rulhLiiie of VTI.KHY.
SperialJlaUs to Ruildcrs an I Ccn
trwtors. All good 4 sold as low as they poseibiv ran he
and live. 4!y
ft; k ni i r i n a goo d.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and in fact everything you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND FURS.
All kinds of eountry nn.ctwe token in ex
ahange for fcoud ;.
De.ilf is in
KW., KTC, i:T'
. . z !;:, .tin, ih:a-
l. L L i . it. .-.. .!-:.
l." ;'-.s-;iu eiil if Hard aim Soft
Pumps, Gaas Pipes and Fittings.
'. ixi-i and Co:;! Stoves f:-r
Always on Hand.
tvry variety of Tin. Sheet Iron, and Zinc
Woik, kept in stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Tone on Short Not ice.
YEIl YTH IX G lfARRA .Y TED !
PRICKS S.1T l)OWX.
TIOMiEPATHIC I'HYSICI AN', at Faetory
ville, Cas county, Nbraka. 2Jiy
T. It. W ILSOX,
ATIOIiXHV AT UW. J'racliws !n Saun
ders and Cas Counties. Ash.'and, .Nebraska.
K, li. WIMHIA!!,
ATTOr.N KY AT LAW, riattsmovt ii. Neb. Of
fice Front lioom over CUapiaaa & Smith's
hriis Store. '-'y
"A'FJ'OIVn'EY AND SOMClTOiJ. TVT.n'rao
tiee in t tie State a)l Federal Courts. l'si
deucf, riattsiuoutli, 'elra-ka. Si'y
It. It. LIVlXiSTS,
i-nrsiriAN & fiuokos.
OFFICK IIOC1IS. from 10 a. ni., t 2 p. ni.
Examining Surveon for U. S. l'ensstui.
I. AY. II. WCiaSIie!SXKCIIT,
PRACTIS1XG I'HYSICIAN, reKldenee on
Chicago Av.-niie, lMatlsnnnitli . Neiirsaika.
Oiuce iu Siniih aad IMack's Di uk Store. 4.'iy
J. If. IIAL.L.. 51. I.
PHVS1CIAN ASl) SUKOKO.K.
OFF ICE willi Dr. I.nin?ston 'fiiitts SiJ of
Main Street, between 61k and 7th streets. ill
attend calls promptly. t.vl
coz.r.KCTio."-t .-4 arjzcr-iz.Tr.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real El ite. Fire Tn
suraneear.d Collection As;!icy. t!iee la Fitz
gerald's block, l'lattsr.iotitli, Nebraska. S2in3
(il'.n. N. S-!IIIII.
ATTOIIN1CY AT LAW and Keal Estate Bro
ker. Speeial attention iriven to Collections'
and all niiittors affecilnn the t:t to real estate.
OiHee on 2d Koor, over i'ost Oiiice. rlatissnmitn,
I. If. WIIKEX'KK & CO.
LAW fiFFICK, Ileal Estate, Fire and I.ifeln
surar.ee Agents, riat'.smoutli, Nebmska. Co!-leeto-.s.
tax -payers. Have a eomplcte ab"tiaet
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans. &o. W1
juts MomrisoN, v'. l- r.uonxE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV.'. Will pmetiee in Cass
.in. t s.i.'-oinil.K Counties ; fives special attention
rn ..;;-'- f itiif and alwtraets f tHle. tiil.ee iu
F.U.: -i-a"nl Block, l'lattf nu.utli, Nebra-ska.
fSAJS. 31. CIIAPMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And St.licitor in Chancery. OHice iu Fiizser
sbUllock. rLATTSMOl;TH, NEB.
V 1 a 1 1 4 in c a i I . -T f I: r A k a.
O.T:ee on Main Street over Soio-sioa f; Na
than's t;e. 31!y
c. nc:sr.Zi, - ptopiss tor.
Flour, Corn Meal & Fee l
A'wavs oil har:d and forsal-. at lowest cash
u ices. T be l;i-;io st prices paid lor Wr.eat ai.i
Oi-ni. Par: leu Jar ai eution tfiveu eusio-a vrortc
Hz Lilies wahzh:-;.
P IjATTW 31 0 fTII- X KS n .kfi SI A.
Place of SiHini-sw on Main St., between 4th
m.d X: st.-eei.s. Sha.isiKioiUiC, fai4 i-ij, ehii
rfreu's hair er.tt:i;;, etc. eic. ll':y
L EN II OF E cD DUNNS,
Rowing Dew Slcon I
One door east of the Saunders Ho'.i'iO. We
Keep l ae best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
S:iii9 Constantly on Hand.
J.S.GREGORY, - - - Proprietor.
Location Central. Good Samj:ie Room..
Every atteutloa paid to gtsestd. 4."".;n3
PLATTSMO VT1I. ----- N'F.r.
MACHINE SHOPS !
Repairer of Steam Entities, Doners,
Soft anI Grist Jlillr
AM A5 KTKAJI S-'ITTIt5;S,
frought Iron Tipe. Force and Lift Pipes.Steaiu
Ganges. Safety-Valve Govvi n:w.and all
kii.dsoi" Brass Enuine ritiini.s.
repaired on short notii:.
F A H M M A C H I W E H
3 S S
- f IT 3 ?
BATS3 , EOHJTSE.
New Carpenter shop on ll;i:;i Street,
Comer of 7t!i.
Bates 6c Koliiikc,
and general workman in the
On Main St., opp. Plaite Valley House, J
A l-i axnrtmeat of SHELF HAUL)- j
AkS, j:i:.t reeeivt-d aud wiil I
t j soid it v. j
WOOD STOCK AND IRON,PUZIPS,
FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, j
Ammunition, I!ails,--Lo7, !
AND A SPECIALTY.
Eeri!Pmtcr, we keep !t aood T1NNKU, and!
are prcpaicd to do ah forts' of Tin-work. i
Broxii' Ont rn.er, ami nil himU of Farm-
. V. V. 5HTHEWS,
f rm6mnt, Neb. .
A. S. PAPnOf'K. V. S. Senator. Beatrice.
ALVIN SAl'.NhKKS, U. .S. Senator, Omaha.
K. K. YALKNTINK, lu-prcset.tar'e. West Point.
ALBINC'S NANC1C. (Jovernor. Lincoln.
R. .T. AtiKX ANDEIi, Sccrctarv of Stale.
F. W. LKIHTKE. Auditor. Lincoln.
ii. M. P.AKTLKTT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. It. TlIOMIfiON, Siipt. Public. Instruction.
F. M. DAVIS. Land Commissioner.
V. .1. DILWOItTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HA KIMS. C!:ap!aln of Penitentiary.
1)1!. H. P. MATTHEVi'SON , Supt. Hospital for
S. MAXWELL, Chief Justice, Fremont.
GF.O. 15. LAKH, Miiaii.
AMASA COBB, Lincoln.
Secou-l Juiivitit J'iislricl
S B. POlTND. .Indjre, Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON, Proscutinrc-Ati'y, Neh. City.
W. L. WLI.J.S. Clerk Dil. Court, l'lutt.mioutli.
A. N. SCLLIVAN, Conrty .Judte.
.1. D. TUTT. Count v Clerk.
.1. M. PATTEKsoN. County Trett :itr r.
li. W. HYEl'S. Sheriff.
G. W. F.WKFIELI'. Surveyor,
(i. HILDEBiiAND, Coroner.
O.I'NTV COM M ISSIONKK8.
H F.N BY VVOI.FK. Liliertv iTecinct.
.IAMBS CKAWFOiiD. South Bend Precinct.
SAM L HIGH Alt DSXN. ilt. Pleasant Preeiuet.
.T. W. .IOITXSON. Mavor.
.1 M. PA TTFKSON. Treasurer.
J. D. SIMPSON. City Clerk.
KICK AIM VIVIAN, Police .lu.li'e.
P. B. Ml BrilY. Citv Marshal.
WM. L. N ELLS. Chief ol Fire Dept.
1st Ward.). PKFPKHB-FUO, V.Y.LKONAUD.
-d V.'ard ti. W. FAliiFlELD, J. V. WECK-
Sd Wnrd-K. C. crSfMNO, THOS. POL1 OCK."
4th Ward P. Ms'CA LLAN, E. S. SHABP.
5'otial:r- J NO. W. M ABSH A LL.
B. & M. R. R.Time Table.
Taking Effect May 4, 1379.
FOR OMAHA FKOM PLATTSMOUTII.
Leaves 7 :00 a. m. Arrives a. m.9 (M
3 -.h i p. in. " 4 :5j P- m.
FP.OM OMAHA FOii rLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 9 :10 a. m. Arrives in : io a. m.
" 6 :3 ' p m. 7 :1a p. m.
l Oit THE WEST.
I -eaves Plaftsmouth D :tr. a. m. Anives Lin
coln, 12 -45 p. m. ; Arrives Kearney, P5 p. in.
Fte'.i;lH leaves 9 :00 a. in. Ar. Lincolu 2 :55 p.m.
FBOM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. 6 :S0 a. in. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .i p. m. Arrives PlyttMuouth. 4 -2tJ p. m
Freight leaves Lincoln 11 :40 si. m. Arrives
PlattsiHOUlh, 1 :55 p. m.
Express, 6 a. m.
Fa.sseiii;er. (train e;.oh day) 4 p. ni . except
Saturday. Every thud Saturday a tiaui con
nects at the usual time.
Zl. V. U. IS. Tim Tit?S
Taxing lecl Sunday, JIarih 23, 1370.
PF.D ( l.'U'D.
7 : )
5 : -' "
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the f kin, thi" fintn:erit is
most iiv;!iial:e. It does not lieal externally
al.'iio. !al ic'iictiates v.ilh the iaot seaiciiing
e Heels to tlic very ro.it v.i the evil.
Possessed f tliib BEMEDY. Every M;m may he
his own Do.-Uir. It m:iy be rul.-hed into the
-ystem. o s.s ro reach any internal complaint :
I y tiiese means it ciirns voiesur I "leers in llie
THP.OAT, S'loMACH, LIVF.K. SPi.sK. or "til
er parts. It is an lufatlitile Bemedy for BAD
LEGS. P.AD li KFASTS, Conlracied or Stiir
Joints, (iour, KHEL'MATJSM, and ail Skin
IsirKTAT CAiiTins. None are genuine
unless the signature of I. Hayimn'K, as agent
for the United States, sniToiino e;ich box of
Pills and Ointment. Boxes ut 2!: cents, C2 cents,
anil ! each.
iS?-There is considerahlw saving by taking
the larger sizes. Hullo WAY Oi Co., New York,
The iJlobe-l'einoerjit icmcws its claim to po
puliir favor ani pa;ro!!:ii.e, witl i:e-feacd ia-
i!il iis for gaining and i-etainir.s Iniili. nud i;h
lacreased ileter:!i'iii:i:ioii ro r.ieiv th:iu redeem
lis oil -made pl-tljjes to (ill the fuli measure of
reasonable exv cTaiien as a political, family
Politically tlie Glole-Deinocmt is recognized
from one end of tne country to the other as tl'.e
uidliiicliiiiis eiiiiii.pion of that Kepublicanism
h liicli caiiie i.ito power in time to save t lie Uni
on irem destruetiou, and has since devoted all
i s eiiei;ie to ti.e pre.-erv.".li.n intact of tlie
Units of the war forced upon us by the rebels
of toe South aided by the Democrats of lite
North. W e have opposed all farms of compro
mise and ooi.ciiiiaiiwii tliat seemed to aim at a
rest oration to power in this count ry of the men
and I lie organization which involved us iu tiie
hoi r. is of civil war. The Democrat ie party is
lion- in tiic field for the next presidential tiec-.
tion with tlie doctrines of Stale ritcht and nul
lification emblazoned upon i's banner. If s'.e
cesei'ul, it will m or t asnurediy carry out its pro
inise to repeal nil the legislation necessitated
by the war and its results, anil will inaugurate
a poiie.y v. hieh will eiicoinaue aud assis! i.noth-ei-
un.-iiipi at secession ami relrellion . This is
w; ;! i?,e h.at of the 'Solid Soul hM means.
'; here i- but one antidote for a Solid South and
lie.- evils wijici. iL threatens, and that is a Solid
N. !.!'. utiiie.pin a lirm j'ofpi se to keep the pt
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BT LAURA UNDERIinX.
I said Farewell in careless way,
Aa in your hand inino lightly lay.
Because I did not choose those hy
Should see the tear that dimmed my eyo
You knew the pain, my friend, and I:
What need to show what kindly Night
With curtain dark had hid from sight.
I taint: the day you will recall
'Twaa in the early, halmy Fall,
And at the honr when all seek rost;
The red had faded fromjllie West,
Ami Robin slept upon hid nest,
There was no rest that night for me:
How was it, dearest friend, with thee? m
One said, "She surely has no heart,
For see hov carelessly they part ;
And yet" she said with bitter eneers
"They have been tender friends for years.
She knew not of my falling tears.
Nor that the hand that held my own
Had colder than a snowllake grown.
And now again Farewell I ay
This time in tender earnest way;
And, though the days with mirth speed fast,
I hope a thought you'll sometimes cast
To one who, in the happy past.
Held fast your heart; while tothe end,
I'll hold your memory dear, my friuud.
ONLY A DREAM.
It xyas a very pretty picture. In
the background, the home of Fanner
"Wilson. "The sunlight lay bright on
the greensward and on the wilderness
of llowers and shrubs that grew close
to tlie walls of the old house.
"Mr. Wilson pat on a rustic bench,
and a handsome girl hovered about
him, attending to his little wants, va
rying her kind ollices with playful ca
resses, while her white neck and gold
en brown hair glittered In tlie sun
shine; all this seemed to harmonize
well willi the old house that formed
the background to the picture.
Kitty Wilson was the old farmer's
only daughter and only companion,
too, for his wifo had died years be
fore. She was a small leautiftil creature,
with golden brownciirlscliiiging care
lessly to her white neck, and such an
innocent, childish nioulli, tl.at one al
most f.rgot while looking at it that
seventeen bright summers had shod
their sunshine upon the curly head.
- "Good evening, Will," was the farm
er's hearty greeting to a young fellow,
who came up the path leading from
"(iood evening, sir," was "Will's re
spectful reply, with a bow a trilie
awkward to Kilty.
Will Raymond and Kitty had grown
up from childhood together, had been
playmates, schoolmates, and compan
ions all their lives.
Jn summer they had chased the wild
buttciMy over the meadow, or by the
clear running brook, and in winter slid
down hill together.
As might have been foreseen, as they
grew older there grew tip a feeling in
their hearts deeper tinn respect
deeper than mere irlciid.diip.
Tiicy had learned to lore each oth
er. True, there never liad been any form
al engagement between them, but tho
understanding was mutual.
But of late the current of their love
had not run so smoothly.
The cause of this was Mr. Harold
Howard, the son of a city million-tire,
whose country residence was in the
He had shown Kitty many atten
tions, having taken a fancy lo her fresh
rustic beauty, and her foolish head
bad been almost turned by it.
Already she had built brilliant cas
tles in the air, tlie foundation in every
case being her marriage to the wealthy
She had grown cold toward honest
"Will already, and this night he had
come over to havo "an understand
.ng. Kitty," he said, "let's take a little
walk down the lane, it's so cool and
Kitty consented, not very gracious
ly, however, and they walked for a
while in silence.
Finally AVill spoke.
"My dear Kitty "
"Whose dear Kitty?" interrupted
the airy beauty. "Don't be too famil
iar, if you please."
"Why, Kitty, you know I've called
you dear a thousand times before and
you never objected."
"And that was a thousand times too
many. IJesides, I am not agir! any
more. I'm a v. onnti grown, ami really
you must be iiiviie respectful, or 1
won't see you at all."
"Xot see me at all! What do you
Kitty hung her head.
Her conscience smote her a little for
her treatment of her lover.
"Out with it," continued Will.
"We might as well understand each
other. Is Harold Howard at the bot
tom of it?"
"Well, what if he is?"
"Then every thing is endrvl between
us, and oh, here he comes."
True enough, Will's rival came up
"Shall I go?" whispered Will.
Kitty h-jsitatcd, but the answer came
Will looked grieved and angry but
he went quietly away.
The girl's manner changed when
Harold spoke to her.
She was gracious now, and received
his broad compliments with blushes
and einipc rings.
SfRiey walked together for . an hour
an! when he went away he left a kiss
up. i her red lips.
That night she went to Led with her
thoughts full of her new lover, and
never a thought of the old one.
Ki:ly was married to Harold How
aid, and lived iu a grand houoC near
Weal ill aud luxury surrounded her
on every side, and her smallest wish
was grat if. id.
She wore the costliest of dresses, the
most magnificent of jewelry, and her
beauty drew arrouiul her a throng of
the fops, both male- and female, of
But with all the soilness of her tem-
ier, by no means weak or nerveless,
laving plenty of M ill under her geni
ality velret paws, not coveringclaws
that would scratch, and wound, and
read ; but covering small bars of iron
that held their own undauntedly, and
w ould not be beaten off or unclasped
bv any means save their own tree
Therefore with no real love for her
rich husband, she frequently quarreled
Their married life lacked the one
thing necessary to make life happy
mutual confidence and love.
But time passed, and tho regard
which the husband did not value was
lavished upon the baby which was the
result of their marriage.
One day as she sat beside the cradle
of her child, a servant announced a
He's the lawyer, ma'am ; and he's
come to see Mr. Howard on busi
ness." "Show him in."
He came iu, and she invited him to
be seated, informing him that her hus
band would soon return.
The lawyer was Will Raymond, now
a prosperous man, but ihc scarcely
raised her eyes, and so did not recog
As for him he gazed spell-bound at
the mother and child.
When Kitty linally looked up she
recognized the lawyer, and gave a lit
tle c y of surprise.
All the old love for hirn swept over
Had shebeen aware of his coming
she might have schooled herself to
meet him calmly ; but now she lost a;l
control of herself, and the old lovers
were clasped in each other's arm 9.
Tne husband's footsteps interrupted
them ; but they met again and again,
At length 6he consontod to an elope
ment. Her hn-band had already grown
suspicious, and had placed a watch
upon her movements.
Thereupon she dared not drive to
the station in her own carriage, nor be
seen to depart with AVill.
It was, therefore, arranged that srio
should lake the night train, reaching
the station iu tho morning.
From there she could take a etago
for twenty miles more to a place where
AVill was to meet her, and both were
to take a steamer.
Kitty kissed her baby good-by, and
the.train whirled her away.
She reached the station in safety the
next morning, and took the stage.
She was quite still in the farthest
corner of the vehicle, and was a little
frightened at the notice the two or
three- other passengers appeared to
take of her.
She did her best to seem calm and
But nobody spoke to her, and one
after another they left the vehicle, and
fresh persons took tlic ir places, who
did not know where she had got in.
After tho stage had gone about ten
miles the clatter of horses feet was
heard, and Kitty's blood froze as she
eiw, by looking out of tho back of
the stage, her husband following in
He must have discovered her plan
and followed in the same trajn.
She knew not what to do ; she could
only shrink closer into her corner and
hope against probability that ho had
not seen her.
The stage finally reached its desti
nation, ami AVill '.s there to jjpeeive
She drew buck pale as death from his
proLVcrfcd ki.ss aii1 pointed down the
Her husband was riding furiously
He uttered an oatii, as he cams up,
(ml Kilty screamed with terror as a
flash and a report of a pistol followed.
Kitty sat up in bed, trembling in
It was broad daylight, and hor fa
ther was calling her.
"Thank gooduess," thought Kitty,
"it was all a dream, and lam not mar
ried to Harold Howard.'
That day she sent a note to Will,
asking him to call.
He did so, and found her the same
loving, frauk-hearted girl that she
had been before Harold Howard came
between them, only she was even more
tender in her manner toward him.
As for Harold, she assured AVill that
"she couldn't love him now," and be
fore they parted had consented to be
come the wife of her rustic lover.
The American who visits Oxford
University can now have no idea of
the charming surprise which awaited
the traveler in the old coaching days,
when the approach to the City of
Spires was over Magdalen Bridge.
AVaynflette's beautiful college, with
its exquisitely graceful tower rising
beside of the bridge over Chcswcll,
caused an exclamation of delight as
the coach swept into High street.
Oxford owed much to the first im
pression made by Magdalen Tower,
embowered in the trees of which Pope
sung "To hunt for Truth in Maudlin's
learned grove." In 1498 Cardinal AVol
cy who was hussar, designed it.
Prof. Kennedy, of London, deliver
ed a lecture ou "The Babyhood of Ma
chinery." He considered the fire drill
which is still in use among savage
races, as probably the oldest imple
ment in the world. From this drill,
used to produce fire by friction, tho
boring drill was a simple development
as strings had only to be added. Of
course, when the properties of the
metals were aicei'taincd. iron or pome
other metal would be substituted for
the wooden or bone bit. Tho bow
handle hand-la the was a mere adapta
tion of the boring drill. As civiliza
tion advanced, and tlie inmufactu-e of
pottery passed from the hands of the
women to those of the men, mechan
ical ingenuity would be called into
play to expedite the production of
household utensils, and the potter's
wheel the next oldest machine
would be brought into existence. The
lever was necessarily also a very an
cient appliance. Tho lecturer held
tiiat the conversion of reciprocal, or-to-and-fro,
motion into rotary or con
tinuous circular motion, was secured
only in modern times. Thibet and
Egypt claim the honor of being tho
first countries to furnish examples of
circular motion. In the former coun
try a water-wheel was employed to
turn a prayer mill on its outer or con
vex side. But tho Egyptians had, at a
period equally remote, turned the
water-wheel to much better account
Lu irrigatiiur their lielda.
The late novelist, Charles Lever, bo
Ing once iu London with hi daughter
abseut from his Consulato at Trieste,
without leave, was invited to dinner
by Lord Lytton. "Ah, Lover," 6aid
his brother novelist, as ho came in,
"glad you are come. You will meet
your chief, Clarendon, (thert Foreign
Minister)." "I fear I must retire, my
nose is bleeding," ho replied, making
for tho door, which at that instant
opened, Lord Clarendon being an
nounced. After shaking hands with
the host, his lord.-hip espied Lever.
"Ah, Mr. Lever, didn't know you wcro
in England; didn't even know you
had asked for leave. ".N-o-o, my
lord," answered the witty novelist, "ri
thought it would lie mors respectful
to come and ask for it in uereon."
Irishman vs. Yankee.
The other night at a London club
some Americans were boasting about
their inventions and the wonderful
machines to be found In the States.,
One of them told of tho well-known
mincing-machine, which, a live pig
lcinr introduced nt one end, turns out
the animal in snusage at the other.
An Irishman, who was not going to
have tlie Yankees riding rough-Wiod
over every other nation, 'turned on
them and said : "Bedad, we've got
the same machine in Ireland, only ours
is more perfect, sure, for if you don't
like tho sausages, you can put thctu
back into the machine, and by revers
ing the action they'll come out a livo
pig gm whore he went in."
A Venomous Fish.
From a letter written by a corres
pondent in the Scychelle Archipela
go, it -would seem that, though "every
prospect pleases," man is not the only
vile creature which the islands and,
their waters boast. There is a small,
but highly poisonous fish, we are told,
called the "laf." the "spines upon,
whope back are liollow and filled, like
the fangs of a cobra, with a dangerous
poison, which sometimes produce
death and always intense paiu." You
inaydraw it unobserved into the boat
when you are fisfifhg, and find out ifca
icculiarities before its presence has
een ascertained. Sharks, too, are
more than abundant, and, it seems,
hang about tho frail boats of the placo
with such terrible earner tness as to ap
pall sailors and cause theiu to refrain
from tempting Ihe deep ; the creatures
eat the oars as they are thrust into tlie
water, munch tlie sides of the canoes,
and altogether misconduct themselves
so gravely that harpoons have to bo
used to repel them. Happily, In re
gard to tho "laf," Nature has provid
ed an antidote, for no sooner has ho
stung than his body offers a cure to
any one who has presence of m'.nd to.
seize it, cut it open, and apply it to.
tho wound ; against the teeth of the
shark no such protection is offered, yet
those who wish to avoid hia iBufh
can do so by keeping ashore. They
miss tho enjoyment of tho lovelteefc
waters in the world, but. they also ea-,
cape a fate compared with which thai
of Jonah'waschild'o play.
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ExrosrriojT of 1876. AVandering.
through the United States section of
this truly wonderful Exhibition, hy-.
perornamented and over-displ.rycd as'
the most of it is, I came upon aa ele
gant glass case, who'-e modesty was
the more conspicuous from its neigh
bors' fiuery, surmounted by the mot
to Dignis Pnemia and displaying, ir?
neat packages, the medical piepar.i
tions of tlie house of Dr. J. C. Ayeii
k Co., Lowell, Mass.
I was aware of the world wide re
putation of this eminent firm, for the
character and quality of their goods,
and remember well their agents in
London, Messrs. Newberry, in St.
Paul's Churchyard. Having- a lei
sure hour, I determined to examine
the contents of this case, mystlf, and,
I was surprised to sec the delicate
perfection to which they have brought
their household remedies. I WH3
chagrined at the reflection that, while
wc have at home the most skilful
and, pre-eminently, the best phj-slci-ans
in the world, these Yankee doe-,
tors distance us so far in the line of
popular medicines for family use."
They have the sharpness to tbke ad-"
vantage of the higl scienliPo discov
eries among us and m.ike pills and
potions as pahtr.ble as tliey are salu
tan. I was told by a leading drug,
gist in Philadelphia, that Dr. Ayei'V
manufactory was the largest in Amor"
ica, giving employment to hundred'
I must go to Lowell and see it, on ri
way home. Correpcndaee of
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