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BY LOCXSI CHaCT-IXR MOCT.TO.
I bore a sronrd of precious water-drops
Across the desert tttrlnjr. One by one
Tfcoy filtered through n tiny rent, and loj
Wben the hot noon glared sullenly, and I
Was fain to quench my thirst, the g-ourd wa
And no drop held to ease me of my pain.
Far off the summits gleamed. Their spreading
I saw and knew the water-founU were there.
A tender mint hunic over thein. Almost
I heard a soft wind call. My weary feet
I turned and set myself thote sbinimr bifrhts
To train.. All the lonjrday I toiled, athiivt
And sorrowful; and then the sunset came,
Rlindinjr my eyes a space with pitiless.
Strong- splendor.- Wben ajrain clearly I saw,
Pummlts and tulntn had vanished. h.ii1 I knew
. I had pursued a mirage, and my strength
' Was spent.
I sit me down to die, and yet
T raip-ht have lived bad I kept closer guard
On that small rent my last hope filtered
A little rent, that seemed too small for harm.
Vet large enough to waste and lose my all.
A LOYES'8 TEEACHEET-
I Lave been sitiin hero in the twi
light, letting u;y tliongl t3 go whither
they would, Bringing up tho pastvitVt
all its pleasures, all its pains, my load
drooping lower aad lower on my ban -'s
as I leaned out on t!ie casement, eeeing
only in a vision twilights such a this
seeing, for a moment, a moonlit path,
a bright hamL-omo face, and my own
How happy I was then. If life cou!d
have gone on forever as it was then
if my own heart, my own conscience,
did not cry aloud in its agony over
what came after. I would try to bear up
until God called me homo.
I was engaged to Harry Farncswortli.
He wns handsome, witty, and admired
by all. And I loved him well. As fr
mo, I was fair, with a beautiful flic.'
and golden h:iir.
Don't smile, dear reader; the fair
round face and golden hair have long
since vanished, and 1 may spualc of it
now without vanity.
We were to he married in the fall,
and never was girl so happy as I.
The birds were twittering in t'te
branches one morning ns he came in
and drew mo toward hira.
"Annie," he said, the girls are going
on an excursion to the woods in tho
morning, and want us to go. Are you
'Oh, to be sure," I cried deligh'ed.
Well, then," he s:iid, "littlo one. I
will be hero early, so prepare to start
Tho next morning comes bright and
fair. It seemed as though tlie sun nev
er shone so bright, the birds never war
bled so sweetly, as on that day when 1
threw open my shutters and looked ouf
on the country with its fields of grain
and tasselled corn.
I hurried downstairs, happy with the
thoughts of tho day, and prepared to
get ready to start.
I enn see myself now, as I stood,
dressed in my white musliu, with lilac
ribbon in my hair and atmy tliroat.and
my gipsy hat coquettishly hanging ovei
Ah, me! I'm an old woman now, and
when t! ese things have all vanished, it
won't seem like vanity to tell you that
of all tho maidens I should meet that
day, I knew I would be fairest. Women
know these things, if they do not telL
1 heard the latch of the gate lifted, and
sprang to meet H.irry, but a stranger
voice than bis spoke to me.
'Waiting fur Harry, Annie? He can't
come; business will keep him away to
day." "Can't come!" I answered, stepping
bnck a pace, and angered. "How do
you know. George SearaoivP"
I5ul he took my baud very gently.
"You're disappointed, Annie," he
said, ami looked ad at ni". "I know,
because I met liini down the roa I. He
told tin, ami I thought you might be
waiting, and would like V know."
"But why didn't lie tell me?" I asked,
feeling tlie crimson tide surging to my
forehead, :is I thought of Harry having
eo little thought of me, and this fellow
knowing it. Did bet'. ink I'd get ready
If you are disappointed, Art'de,
go with me; I'm going alone, ai.d
there's no girl round I'd rather have
I looked up miifk at him. He was
tall and tine looking. I was proud. I
felt hurt and indignant at Harry. If
lie thought I was w.-ix in his haiul? he
was mistaken. I would let him see that
1 could get others if ho would not come.
I took t'me to think this, and gave him
"Yes, I'll go with von, George. Whv
And so we turned and walked d wrt
the void until we met the rest of t! o
How they stared at ns. As fr me, I
was full of laiigh and frolic. 1 felt s re
and sick at heart, and to stifle tho
thought in my mind, I joked and
laughed as I had in ver done bofore.
Ah, it was a s id. sad day to me,
with Harry's f. cc coming t me which
ever wsy I turned, and the worst was,
as the. day wore on, Gorge grew more
I tried to keep it back; God knows,
when I saw the look in his eyes that no
woman can mistake, my heart flew as
it were to Harry, as though to seek pro
tection. O, if I hadn't come, if I hadn't come!
God knows what he said. I only re
member locking tip at him with wids
frightened eyes, unablo to move or
speak; 'twas after wo had strolled and
sat down to rest apart from the others
indeed, they had all wandered off in
couples and I had grown tired for tho
moment, as it were, of trying to keep
the words from me that ho had spoken,
words so tender, so passionate, so be
reft of self-control, as to make mo
tremble; words grander, more passion
ate than even Harry had ever spoken
God help you, George Seamore! God
forgive your weakness and my wicked
ness ingoing with you that day.
He did not have long to sin, for be
fore ' I could cpo i my lips to- answer
him, I heard a sudden jump and cry,
and Harry and Georgo Seamore were
down, struggling liercely on the
I screamed. I wrung my bands. I was
down on my knees beside them, implor
ing them for my sake. I tried with my
small s rengtb to separate them, and as
my eyes took in thj) savage, cruel de
termination in the eyes so near each,
other, and the tightening of the hands
around the throat, I grew faint, an aw
ful blindness came over me, and I
kuoTf so more.
Had I never wakened it had been a
mercy; perhaps it was part of my pun
ishment to awake and live on ever
sinco i s 1 have done. God knows be-t.
Perhaps, hereafter, I shall meet him.
my Harry and then he will learn
that lwas true to him; that I am true to
him this day, though my hair has sil
vere I. and the eyes that looked so be
seechingly at him that day have grown
dim w itli the horror of it.
Who can tell?
They tpld me gently, when I awoke
to consciousness days after, that Harry
was dead; that he called for me a few
moments after I left the bouse, and on
being told with whom I had gone, he
looked surprised, then hurt, but, say
in he would follow m?, had left the
hoTise. He had been hue for our train,
likely, and came on as soon as possible
too soon, alaa! when he came In time
to bear Dos4oQat words of IpVe Irom
ivMu tuti papers mat i learned
of th" mur lcr in 'ho woods, of the ar
rest of Seamore, of bis imprisonment
and tscapi?. - - - -
God forgive him for the cruel lie that
he came to me with, that day so long
ago, for I cannot. ' '-
Pre-iden't Arthur's father-in-law, W.
F. Hemdon, was a naval officer and a
brare and gallant man. . He lost his
life in the wreck of the Central Ameri
ca, of which he was captain, when she
foundered 100 miles off the Atlantio
coast in 1857.
It cots $75 in California, to prepare
an acre of land a;d ;ros.v grape vines
to the period f produdi n.
Of o er 760.000 square n ih's of tim
ber Ian- in this ountry the South em
braces 460.000, or nearly two-thir's. .
In vaiious sections of Iowa, lll'nois
and Wisconsin farmers aru buying i-ows
to make cream forsollinj to ctenmeries.
They find it more profitable than rais
ing irrain. .
Comfortable 1 ousiDg is all the warmth
required by adult fowls. Art fici il heat
is dangerous, and it is difficult-to con
trol. Hf-ated bouses are a fertile source
of manj- evils.
Add a little glycerine t the grvf.s :
applied to harnss and it wi'.l be kept in
a soft and pliable condition in spit" oi
the ainnioniacal exhalations -of ihe s :i
ble, which tend t make it brifle.
Two cw well sheltered in winter
will produce more ni'.k and butler-. ban
thre:? uashi-ltered a.niin!s. thou h no
more t!mn half ihe feed n quired for t'-.e
thr e should be ;ireii to the two.
Su el tools .should never be heated,
either for forging 'oK tempering, in a
frcfth coal fire, unless jt b 1 eh- rcoal. It
coke is not at hand, tint fire s -t: d be !
allowed to bu:n until all li.e gas is
burue ! out of tlie coal before the -teel j
IS In.'oduei d. ' ". . j
A small quantity f ash s riveii to
pigs while fat'tiiiiu; is found v ry b.;!e- ;
Geial. s iheir i -d is eneratiy l ish in ;
pl.os -lioric acid and deli -ienl i" lime. ?
wiii.-ii ihe asiies sppiy. in ton w y
the phosphoric- acid is m :de av.--.il. b!e
as a fo' d.
A :;oo I cow has !i full eye, a small
and short he d. d -li- il in the lace and
sunken beiwee: the tyes, a .o't and
loo.-e tikiu, deep fr i;i tho loin to the ud
der, and a veiy small tail, a t'.in u.lder
aud a squard Lag. ith the teats u good
distance from each other. a'id . one
whTch when milked, fehrinks to a small
To keep machinery from rusting take
one-hali ounce f camphor, dissolve i
one pouud of melted hud; take off t'-e
sciim and mix in as much li e black
lead as will gire it an iron color. Clean
t! o m-.chinery an I smear with t is mix
ture. Af er twentx-four hours rub
clears witw a soft lliion doth. It will
kee; c f.n for months tiiider ordinary
When mud is permitted t lay upou a
newly-varnished ctiriagu or wagon
every spot leaves a mark. To avoid this
the new varnish should be washed with
clean water and a sponge, and dried
with a soft c'oth and rubbed with a
chamois leather. After this, mud is
not so apt to spot tho varnish. But it
is best always io wash off the mud be
fore it is dry. Water should never bu
allowed to dry upon tlie varnish; it
should always be dried off witli a soft
cloth, sponge and leather.
- i BS
In an economical p int of vi w mut
ton is the cheapest meat used; it is
also the healthiest it leat it i l .i i.e J
so by p! yieians w o have s u iied th
workings of vari -us hi?:-ts upon thu
human system. The very i o-ir. as well
as the rich, can afford the choicest parts
of the multon carcass. Farmers well
understand the pr tits of early lambs ol
the best quality for the butcher. It is
one of the most intercs ing and profita
ble branches of sheep industry in loca
tions accessible to market- At twelFo
tr fifteen weeks, properly, fed, they
will weigh ten to twelve pounds jer
quarter and bring from $6 to S3 eavb.
The amount of lamb in the market,
however, is sometimes very liberal in
fact, more liberal than the conditions
would s em to warrant. But when a
customer at the restaurant ; asks for
"roast spring lamb," and gets mutonj
and don't know tin; difference, why, it's
all the same, you kmw.
Tli.'re is no ivory waste. Even the
powder is sold for m:ikinj jelly. It is
sai l that one leading cutlery firm in
Sheftioid madi! a calculation that to
supply th mselws with the ivory need
ed' lor tlx ir business they nee led 1,280
elephants every year, and that, even
with this number, th.- tusks were earli
esliniat l to ueiih 2 po:inds.
Clara Belle Givo? H;r Exp-erienca at a Hot
"Mo! girls," says Clara Belle, in a
litt r to tho Cinciun ti Enquirer,
sr-att Miis'!ves to. ginger-y at the
b:i!h. Mi.-a CSemvi tina struggles to
turn tho key )f t!i 1'at'i-roo'ii. door
tvice : ouiid.lo Lctloiibh' sure of locking
evei-b!v on!; 'X'ttnines thi ground
ghtss ' iml .w mi -sutely, to so'; that t!ire
are no pi-ep-holes. though nobody could
look in without using win-jrs or a lad
tier: Inrns the mirror to the wall, so as
ti t to !.! s ocked by facin-r her own
sr. ad w; m I not wit!. out all these pre
c:iit tuis wi.l shedisp'be. Ad'.wnright
fcru ''!i.' is t o niu.'h tf exjiei t of tuia
las. -f ii . fi-citu'e. Si.e mendy !ips her
so'if into the wat-T, dries hi rselt on A
v. y soft tow. J, tin ! hastily dresses her
self. An cxp.-ri: iice like that wl ich I
bin dered iiiio. a few days azo, would
kil! her outrijiit. A friend tissured me
that my headnc.e l onld be cured by a
liot rapor bath. And I soon afterward
r-ad in an adverti-ement in aKew York
daily paper that such treatment was
Srovided by Dr. and Mrs. Rt
io. West Twenty-fourth street. I
found a common brick house at that
number, with the name on the door
plate. A servant responded to my ring:
aud ushered me into a well-furnished
parlor.- Immedia'ely a mighty pretty
young woman entered. Her manner
struck me at the time as rather cool;
but she quietly asked me if I wished a
bath, and informed me that the price
w;is $3. Then she conducted me into
a rear room, in the centre of which
stood a narrow couch, and at one side
a si-irit stove stood on the floor.
Please undress.' she said quietly. I
liesi atcd, bract d up by r.uVcting that
site was a purely business sp.-ctator, and
obm ed. Then -he seated me in a chair,
and inciosed me to tbe chin in a big
rubber cloth, which reached to the
floor, and covered the blazing aJcohoL
Shut up with such heat for ten minutes,
I was thrown into a dripping perspira
tion. When the girl thought I was
stewed enough site took away the rub
bur cloth, directed ma to lie flat on the
couch, and then washed me most thor
oughly. . Next sue rubbed me all over
briskly, putting cologne on her . big,
soft, warm bands. . She went through
with her work in a silent, perfuncory
manner, and not without some manifes
tations of disdain, which I did not at
the moment comprehend; j et the treat
ment was comforting, and really did
remove my he.id.nche. She was a
pluirp, shapely girl, full of vitality,
and her touch was quite magnetic I
had dressed myself, and handed her $3,
when soiuebo'ly rapped at the door to
whisper to her. Tell him to wait a
minute,' she reSDond.-d; 'there's no
body ahead of hi-n.' Him! What did
I hear? An awful suspicion flashed in
to ray ndnd. "D you give these baths
to men P" I asked. "Lad iesdoa't often
rita Ag3 Peasbder Who'TJndersiood Only
'Americaa Langaaga ' : T
G)od-mornin;r, boss" said an ac I
c i ti e i man. as he framed bis ebon v
f iee. in the window. ' t. '
Well, uncle what can I do .foi
you?" asked the lawyer, pnlting o;
ti.e figures ho bad been pondering
over. ' -
"I come to see 'bout dat speu8ion.,,
Oh, I 1-ecol'ect " you now. . Will.
Mose. I've got :t cheek for you for f 13.
If you'll take this cburograpbical instm- j
meuts in your ;igit--' (nanatng i:e oi l
man a pen), "and upon the epceif.ed
blank space circumscrib',d aud set ajiaf,.
for such purjoscs" (luindiog out a pi
p r), "you will in a legible and clearly
defined manner inscribe your autoraf!.
so that the heads of tlie appropriate ihv
pa. tments at Washington will hav. n'v
reasonable doultof its genuineness, a .
i!lt!ius properlv filo it awav in t.'
arcliivcs of the Secretary of War, fhy
rooi-.cy is yours." 'i
The aed colored citizen stood o;i;. .'
eyed, scratching his head, and wv t
lie got achanoe- be said "Maj r, I :
understand notin I rat 'Merican In. 'r
guage." ' - '
Well. Moss, I wai talking Anieii"
can language.' .
"What was you savin'. Major.
"Why, I simply asked you to sign
"Well, now, deed, is dat so? Well, i
cost ma dollaru' baff to come up frou
An'rannel, and it will cost dollar u' liaii'
to go back. Gim'mo three dollars, and
call it squar'."
"What for?" replied tho major.
"Why, just larn me to say all dat."
Why, what do you want to h am
"Why," said the "aged one. with a
chuckle, "I want to par'lvzo dem rig
gers down in An'rannel, dat's alL"
He was finally prevailed upon to t ko
the whole amount, and thu instructs ns
thrown in gratis, and as he left the. f
fice he was getting off the first f the
speech, "Grafiical i' sliment in yo r
diggets," and laughing at the par'li.--d
niggers, his Imaa:inalionconjurerup.
Jialtimore American. 4 .'
A Long Liaaage.
A rnau applied tx the II thM's Col
lege for a rout of firms, ami was askWl
if anyjof Lis ancestors had been renown
ed for any sin Hilar achievement. Te
man paused and considered hut oouM
"Your father? said the herald, aid-.
ing his memory; "your grandfather i
"No," returned the applicant; "X
never knew that I had a great-grand
father, or a grandfather." '
"Of yourself?'' asked this creator
"I know nothing remarkable of my
self," returned the man, "only beiri
locked up in Ludgate prison for debt 1
found means to ecap from an unpev
window; and that, you know, is no hon
or in a man's 'scutcheon."
And how did yon get down?" sail
"Odd enough," retorted the man; "1
procured a cord, 'fised it around the
neck of the statute of King Lud, on tho
outside of the building, and thus let my
"I have UP' said the herald. "No
honor! Lir-eally descended from King
Lud! and Ids coat of arms will do for
you. I wish many of our great men
were as well descended."
A Practical Widow.
IX-adwood women must have an ex
ceedingly keen sense of humor. Last
week a claim jumper, who f .tiled to leave
town when notified by the vigilance
committee, was officially shot at twenty-six
times by that body. After he had
been hit by nineteen of the bullets be
bid behind a hogshead of sugar, which
the crowd amused itself by shoving over
bis prostrate form. When the df ceased
was rolled up and and Bent borne bis
wife almost died laughing. She said
the remains looked like three yard;tf ,
porous plaster. San Francico Poit.
m i ii
Virginia Pea-Nut Eaising.
I was somewhat surptio-l to see a
good deal of cotton-irrowing iu Vir
ginia, between Petersburg and Nor
folk, says "Gath" in Cincinnati Enquir
er. It seemed to be rather small in
bead, but looked hardy -and plentiful.
AH around it were hundred of ttcres
of harvested peanuts, looking like rows
of bee-hives the r-ots pulled out of
the ground with-the nuts hanging to
them, and piled upon one another to
the height of ab ut thre feet, so as to
dry. ' These peanuts the Virginians do
not know what to do with,' nor what is
done with them. It is their belief that
nearly all go West, and are eaten roast
ed or" made into peanut candy. When
told that probably a larg portion of
them goes into sweet oil as a substitute
for olive oil, they express no opinion.
I was told by a peanut grower that it is
nnw one of the verv best croos in Vir
ginia, producing more bushels t . the j
acre man me same groiiuu ui prHiuc
of corn, and bring at least three times
as much as corn per bushel. Corn sel
dom gKis to 50 cents, while the pea
nuts stand at about $2. and are i-xicct-ed
to go to $3 this year. They have to
be hoed several time3, and plowed
through several times, and are im
proved by bein manured.
Too Good a Client to I osa.
I tell jou." said a iawyor who was
titling in" the District Court room yes
terday afternoon, "I hear old Jones is
dead. Poor fellow! Ho was t';Q be9t
client I ever had; so apt and willing,"
"IIo.v's that?" said a fellow attor
ney. 'Why, just tell him what you wanted
to prove and he'd get tho affidavits.
He'd swear to anything that was nec
essary to prove his case. Just a hint
was enough. I never lost case with
him. lie was powerful and plausible
with a jurv and never let his foot slip.
He could lie a hundred times on the dip
rect and double up on the cross-examination.
The more tho other ide ques
tioned him the more fuct it brought
out for hi e-ise. and all Xho lime he
seemed as guileless and iunoc ut as th
babe at the breast."
At the closn of the touching recital
all the htwyers wiped away a tear, sued
to his memorv. . .
There are 224,000 Indians in reserva
tions. How to Deal with Eats.
A writer ai the Scientific American
83s: "We cle,-in our premises of these
detestable terrain by making white
wash ye low with copperas, and cover
iiig the stones ami rafters in the cellar
wi h it. In every cr vioe in which a
rat may go. we put the cryst-ds of tho
copperas and scatter in the comers of
the floor. Tho rvsult was a perfect
st:impu.'o of rats and mice-. Since that
time not a footfall of either rat or
n.iee has been around the house. Ev
ery Spring a coat of tho yellow wash fa
Liven the cellar ns a purifier, as a' rat
exterminator and no typl.oid, dysentery
or fever tittacks the family. Many per
sons deliberately attract all the rats in
the neighborhood by leaving fruit and
vegetables uncovered in the cellar, and
sometimes even the soap is left open
for the? r r. galemeut. Cover up every
thing eatable in the celbir and pantry,
and yon will soon starve them out.
These precautions, joined to the service
of a good cat. will prove as good a rat
exterminator as the chemist can pro
vide. We never allow rats ta be poi
soned in our dwelling; they are bo apt
Jo .be between the walls tad produce
much- atrgcYancfe." ;:- -
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of ihe Chast,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all othor
Pains and Aches.
No lYrparution on earth equals St. Jtrnrj Oil
fer mtirr, simple aud rhrop Exttrnnl
Bnly A trial entail but the compnn.tively
trifling outlay of iO 0e In, and erery one Mift. ring
with pain can hare cheap and positive proof of iu
l;irection in Kleveo Language.
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aver pnpiisnwi. gy Jena i . Hiupma. ijl
A 1 1' 1 LK not buy the catchpenny, ce-
baUUUllvunpMl rtmpaitn books with
Trhlcfa tbe counuy is flooUard. - They are utterly !
worthlpm: an outrage upon thememoryof thegreut :
dead, !)( m base fraud on tbe public Tliis book la I
atlrrlv . Tbe only work worthy the theme. '
Send . in a La sops for A root' a OnttiU i
, - . W. U. MCCLUK, 1A- Molcea, Iowa.
a week iu your own town, out
fit free. NvrUk. Everj thiuj; new
t'iipital not required. We will
furuish you everything. Many
are Diakiits fortunes. Ladles can
make a much a men. and bove
and girls make great pay. Header, if you want
a burines at vklucu you can make great pay all
the tune ycu work, w rite ior particular io n.
Hai.lktt & t' l'ortland Maine.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, U3
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
8YMPTOM5 OF A
IjOM of appetite,3fPBe.bowela ooEtiyo,
ain in thnBdjWlth dull sensation Jo
CEebftcE" part. Pain under tbe Bboulder
blade, fullness aftereatfng, with a disin
clinatfon to "exertion of bod yjor mind,
IrrifaWbiyoi temper. Low f pints. Loaa .
ofmemory, with a feelins cjfhaving neg;
lect-ed som e duty , weariness, Dizzinesa,
lutterinafpftlie Iloort, Dots beforethf
eyeiTYftUow Skmr Headache, Kestless
ness at night, highly colored' urine.
IF TH3SSE'V7AK5TNG S ABE UN HEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON EE DEVELOPED.
I'll 'ITS FILLS p especially adapted to
iuchcaie,aue(le effect sach nrhange
of feelinir as to astonish the nnftrer.
Thy Inrmii tbe Appetite, and cnue th
body to Take on 'leb. tbns thp yem is
onrii.hrd. and by tli-irTte trtlosoa the
DlmllTfOrnns. Bu!r Sol repro
dured. Price 25 cents. S Harraj Nt, - .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Okay Hair or Whibkeiw cfcangpd tonOimsT
Black by a Hingis application of this PTE. It
imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously,
told by Druggist or sent by expreat on receipt of ti.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
r. Tin's MtSTtf. f TlnM litformuUlon mni
Cwffcl Hml will mOr VKbH mm mtfiinUm.P
f atV ASa. jCl jSi. s!... '.jf. zJfc
3CCKES TUUl'!i.lKDS Tlr'AULV.
Jh, ft POSITIVE CURF
jt r i ui vuuyiio.uui jj
Is the Eest of Tonics :&
Cures Dyspepsia ; k
, Restores the Appetite:
strrtih!i tne system;
ERfttsrtft the Walt
A trial of it will prove all
mw Tar j take no oiber.
l ot sale by all Irugjisw,
0. n. sifH i n a rp k
I ii W Ollrar Cfm A I . Q
: BAYTOK. HIO. C
a m situ a ea a.. !
A valasbla Vacfiy ca IVrmrnm in Ved-
ical Solxnoa. A poijiy eilt':tivo H mv lor tho
speed? and perm-uM-iit ('ui 3 lor urj r.ic wwikatn tha
deplorable diaeiiae rt?iultt;i t-:-sn ii.-!i-rr.ct rac-tloe
or exoeoaeg io youth or at :.u tinio of life by the only
true way, 'viz: Uirac Apportion ctSas !jy r.
sorptioa, sna eJtertlrr l' nwoctflo lai:tincp oa tne
Vesiclas, Xu"ta, and (llrnct. tb't nni!i- io pr
torm their aatiual fanctlons uiiln tni ds- per
wlM Uw bnmaa crstai.u. Tfc- u; of tci r -U:.3
ta att.rylTrrl wlta ao pta or fonvrtoi.n,-e. n.i (loci
not teterfere wita the ordinary purrut-i oi It la
qnleU dissolved and soon ih'orlrt.1, proir:-;!uir aa
fnsmediate aoot hior and ioioratto eitol npoo toe
aei iuiw oryaniaatiGog mm?'! Iri.ui vicioud iilii'nor
l svopaiac 'be drain from the ayeh'tn. restor
ing the mtnd to beiifi and orursd itk mci-y, roraoT
Id tbe XHonnesa of 8'got. Confusion or Ide.ta,
ArarsKRX to Soolety. etc. etc., and t he oppcaraofla
cl premature old Cfrs uaaaHy SK-i-cmpsnytrg thla
trouble, aad reeterinc tbe :Ul (orew, v hrrs taar
bars beea donsant f.r y nrn. ThU mode of trt
meat has stood the tet In vorj Fvctte can's, r-ad ts
nowaproaoaaced stincajs. Drugs are too such pra
scribej In this trcmlila. aad, as may aaa beAra-U-assst(.wlta
but littlslf any pt'aaaaatKid-,
lsBOBoasenebothis J--.-scv.;;a Trotipl oh
serration enables us to p-a'v-li iuartr.t that It
will gire sattefuction. It h ln In n!eral use
for aereral yeirs aid rro htive tl-.--iSiir.d-.- cf t.-aU-BKaials
from i.atiQt-i, h Ui its w.lun. and It i o
eoncndml to be t'.ia mo-t rntiounl ir.tsr iu e? dlfc
ooverad for reashiru; and curiae t: is very prevalerrf
trooOle. that Is snil known to be V..r ow o unf td
misery to so nianr.an J oio whom ij-iuckt rrf -f :tn
tbeir aaelens o-wirams and b!? fwnn. Tho KTit-rv
I pot n pin nnot boiea-ot tiirt-o Ka. l.f n:".i-r
to last a mooth.) S3; Wo. 2. 'jUici: fc u eilv-tt a i-x-naoeat
eum, nr.lexn la :reri tis. h.i 55; Ko.
tlastlnit ovr thrn? monl!, will restor thoan In t:o
worst cond" .on.. S7. t.-ut by nuill i plain rranrwr
Full DIRECXIONS for usiuar wL. Eccoropiay
MrusT fir Bealert Mteirn nttre. 1 i"
Ia flrluff jHHimlral illkYritnii
mtd TnlisvoMy, epift-l wilt roari rr
f Ma KNoaf shrptim 1 1 hat tftr y em it 6 rr
i sfarvat to tterfect Health, utul the riial
ets-eest thoro'lf trv-estabH.tltril mim
)if Merer affeeteu. Beta u.tiii sy
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CilMUIS.
Mractani!8thSt8. Pt. LOU!3, MO.
Unsolloltad testimony to tha Efficacy of
. Prof. Harris Pastilles, taken'from Let
- tors reooW1 from Pa'roul
ladiaav April 11. "H1. The Kemmly is working per
fectiy. Had y iHT fvrm mTikn'. for 8 yeara iaat.
lows. Oct. IDtn, Ta 1 ana almost surprised at too
Pastilles. They ha worked lUoi s charm on mc Iaia
yast twice aa much of a man as 1 was betore taklna-. i
was oa the verge of the Brave, I thought, an 1 i here was
aa enr for me. but now 1 am In good hopes for a cure.
" West Vlrclnla, Aus. avl.-flH. i received rnor medi
cine and I belitve ii has cud me, for whirli 1 um vuy
thankful. Inclosed tind Sa. Fleaes send im anoUter
box (No. 21 for a friend. You bare done a tircut U tog
for sae. -1 will send yoo ell tne orders 1 can.
From a Prtysician and Syrgeon.
Mlwoori. Jana f. Pleasa forward me nnotker box
of tbe Pastilles. The patient on whom 1 hare osed
KM of one box. la addition to a aamrle box. is fast
racovsriojc, aad 1 tUok another will set- faiio uil rlca.
' From a Druggist.
VarvIaod.Cept.z.'TSvtast January wepeiaboxof
roer Remedv for one ofoor cueUime". nnd it has sseda
A oerf eofSrTrre of hl2iJ We lMvaaAot2lerv-ii--nLznar
m . s
Wan'jn, Buy try, Machine and Ploic ra
pairing, ami uetieral Jobbina
l now lr p.:rfd to tlo aiikinrla af rnalHn
of larm a.iil other utaohliiery, us tUerw
is a tooU laiHe la my Uop.
I'ETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge or the wagon shop,
lie i well known as a
NO. 1 yOKKMAN.
Xew fTairoim and Kusscle made t
SATISFACTION ; U A R A N T K E I.
SlK.pru SiKtli ivln-ft fiipoiite S'rcieht's ?ta'ol
MACHINE SHOPS !
i'luttMinouth - XrbrBKkH.
Repairer of Sttam Engines, Boilers,
iSaw and Grist Mills,
GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS.
Wrorfrlit Ip.h Him. FiTrn :mtl Lift I'ipf-s.Stfam
(iaui-s. KafVty ViUve t;veniii an Jail
klmii of linu-s KiiK'-ne Fittings,
n-paireil on short notice.
Also kinds of
l-'AltM at A ( IIIM'IIY.
- . i3 4s- t-.-f--.
A. G HAT
JUST 1 liNKr1 AHAIX,
i-tw, (Pitnn, First Class Meat Shop,
3r,U.e !ii"fl -;:r of fitU. latlxnoutt
Hifeiyo jiij m hand 1: r iit-sii. tciuier meat.
B0NS' BRICK YARD. '
In tlie retr of H.rmor :-vt.ii.'s
ON FOUJJTU STItEET.
CCK); IUHD :
First-Gluss Ii r ii k ,
READY A1?D FOE SAI
'v i'. '.u.u.'Pf
Work and taariiitt-e !
i;ons & SON,
nnw 1uuii.i !..n. P. W. I- . ..,.4 1, n
ii'r..s, rj si.:i.c (
HVliES, CAR HI AGES, BUGGIE
We are now prepared to keep HOR8E9 .
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Col la
Oil t;ca'tirt.il.e Tria.
Tlnit with plenty of room (that eviy one
km w we liave) In our s!Hti". w can vet l"'aru
er' --icn k ua.l wagons, uac - of i);v, ic.. under
ct'Ver, . ( r- xhfy w-:l kt-pp 1ry.
Th;-- .. i'nr nit the old outrun tur lUetr .;i;rrl!
ty. wo so.s-it tiieir trad lor 1 lie futurt, Hutistlfd
til tt we can .'ti-oouiinodatf? tlifin ticiicr ;nul di,
lf!i?r oy tlieni than ever before.
501y JONES & EIKNJJ.VUY.
C. tit: 2 Si: I,, ' . PruiMicittr.
Flour, Co n Meal Feed
A! vs on liand and fors:ile at Invest cash
fiif!. 1 he MchesT prices puld for Wlient ki.cI
('hi. I'ariicidur attention 'iven cturom w- irk.
iljrJ ;i..V L HL IlL'-li DY.
t vt r Hjcov. red. It ic certiiiii in iii 'Teeti
a d d' st nr ulister. A!o excellent :ur nu- j
tii.tL iit-il. KKAI) VllOOP BELOW.
COL.. L. T. FOSTJGK.
Voungst.ivii. Ohio, Mj nit., imx.
Dis. H. J KKXDAi.l- & Co.. (5euts:-l Lad Ii
very valuable Itamli.eioifun colt which I prized
-e.-v inhU. lie !tii a hive t.ouo 3p:iin j;i one
j iiiit -tiid .i !.:rtii one on oilier which ni.ide ;
nii:i vei v 'itiiie ; 1 li nl !ii!ii iiorler the chaise of
t : lei ; -.rv --iri uns wliieh failed to elire
!i:r i " n-i-'uv d;iv leading thfl afUertiscnieut
j.j L. : :. ' a'-ln ' in the ;lili fa.
i -- t : .: : t once to trr tt, thev tr-!-!.
;.,'. i; r -t t if ; l took their all &ni ;
: . , I i: . iiivi- it ;i thorough trutl. I i seu
i; ,j "!,) i i .lii-t tii:i aud the fourth day i
tjte . ... -.. . .. '.' i.iu'c.riud the lumps h ive ;
f -, '..' ,.'.!. I :1. i Ui. l1". WOil flif i
ii-..:-. "t 'pe froin inu-rnt .'.-6 ;ui
!s:.'!--"!i 'i'-i i.-.ti 'in the'stat'. lie N er.ttra
H f ::(:. lli"t-.:r? .m rerna'r-aDie J '
; ; ;'.' i T i;t i iirt hnv- the itnial:.U' .
two i-utiK-4 "!'' h' low lining it.
s t ry ke::;"et fully. '.
ON IU'V rLK.il.
rnV,Hi' Mdlf. V!i t;.i.. V. 11. '211. ,oZi
Pit B. J. KfM.Ai i . !-Hr sir : ll.e p uti-i ;
t:irneoii wliu-h I ::: vour KeiM..ili- Sn.tVfii
Cm t i n ia;- uiikie xpnun t -ivi.tu ;
: ,il. !ll. i ..: t ! iftl 1ii.H V t lllull-. Olll .
li. riiio V. ill- M.itvnt 'lile put tilt f' O' t'l I:e '
....... .. .1.1 f : ill.- t.ix. lime f..re l.urf.
fn a i.i.;iir v jiiisilion Fur a f:ir.ii;y iiil:i-i-Lt i'
KF.v.M. P RKI.L. :
IV.-t' i '; :!. I- Cinun, l':nuii Sinn!;-. . t
Kendall's Spavin Cure, j
Sei'U iidi'iie-' iii' lii i.t;-ateu L'i ; t?r.I" wLiuh ;
ue liiii.L u -C-; posii.-- proof of It virtue. No j
rem- 'v Kf ever n : "Mth hucIi U!nin::lt:ii-'t su- j
crr to tur Kuowled e, for be;ist a veil Jis
"'i; ice -T. i r l-ottli-. tr r-ix. tn'ti'.tw for ijv Ali '
!.n. i h:ir it or -:in zet it tr yon. or ii .
aillLe tent i miy : -i-lrr-ss on reeeipt price
.. .: ; ...... li-tor. ir.L li. J. KKMiAl l .()
Kiiosli!r(f Fails. Vt. 'v
SOL Q AlMBMS i ? T
bti-i:ifsa Dw betore toe r:-- j
lie. Von eau inaice ;it'Mi- f.i't- '
cr :.t wotK lr ns lti.r. a! Bty- ;
iliinsr else. Capital ut a-nd ,
We will start yoa. U
... i ..r.i. i.:ai'i. h".i r hi' '
the li.dn-trlout. Mri!.'i'liin. hejs t.i-l i'1' t- i"'
.i ... .. L. I . f .. V" . . vt- I. i h.- :
wnnit-o evt-ry urrt? t ma .v ...... ....... ,
tinu. Von e'i. w..rk in spare ti:ne o.v. tir.i
your whole t me Io Ui' bii-me . Yon ran
:. . I .....I .1.. lli wrvrk. X:)uih.-r I'SK.i
will psv i i fifitrij ;- wr--. -" .
ii.iikr- ei-ornous pav ! y r-og-itli if a on.-., dot
lv tr.ifif m i term lif'. Moin-y mai'.e f.t-t-, t-.it- '
bv m.ti httrorablv. A" drew
3.-.!y Tuvt. & Co.. anjiiat,!,
Sut'c--". is io Jones Si Aguew. J -j' ' ' j l(f
Again tikes :hari of th Old ft -f V U U '
Brick Livery Stable ilvv Mmkm
PI.ATThllOUTH. - - NKRRA8KA. U LJ& X?.
Thi' old Ron nor St.-Iils. in riattHinoutii. are M it A V?i ; W-"tt1
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just dh'ii(u1 an futire iiew stock of hard
ware, on .. ..
Xxt door west of ("IiHjmiau Smith's Dru
A Kuil Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Ke
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
A Full I.ir.i- cf I TT I.rt V.
Sper.i-it Ratts U 7'itil'icrs ami Cvn-trcut'ir.
All Rood- !nv
they possibly can b
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wlioijfjsjiio mi Uetitil Dealers ii
u , s:ifi'!. ( iinu'rof Fifth.
pr..TTs:o::Ti, .... xcit.
. t;i:Ncv fdi:
Goo. Woods ti Co. Piuiios ani Organs.
Nc'V' J)t.v.t. Af:i:iziric and Papers,
ni'i-. tu...ei v. Tobacco
Main Sr. :i4Kir
I LKiasiilXG GOODS
GROCERIES OE ALL KINDS
Lare stock f . -
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
nn4 la fact everything J'u call for In
ttio line of
:-a:-s : vii roic uiiiKs AND Frtia.
k'- vii. :-. ... i' . .:i 'Hniii-e taken n ei
li -l'.-- - j -- m N
' K 1 7 " TI
j h era
M PMR "- 53
( ' Is ma .tc Tr-.-.Mi a nnp,f rropu-al Leaf of Rare
Valne, J-:-nic-l yfor all the
dixeaht Im .! r.'i'i -e :;!- i:i tl:u lower part Of
the ho'iv i-ir i.i:..i i i.iy-r He:id:u be Jauu
dice I)fzziuc.. c.i-svei. '-t.'.l ui-.i. and all dtili-
- culties ol th Ki Ii'-Liver a;id Crlnary Or
gans, lor I cr.i;;ir ti iNes. MonthlvMen
8lrua:'nn - u ' ." ;.i;iiiy, it fia no
; equai. it u.v.iv that make tha
: Moo.l :;!( !t-i.f K ;p- ', (tlood Pnrifler.
II is the !!' ki!.' i: ivi.ic :!y that cures that
sconce, n-i .t;t For Uiaheteo,
, uc IVftnii'r t v.t't s:i!)etM ( arr.
For -aif :- .r;i -a:- : d SN'.delv at Sl.XA
perliotile. l.t.pcs l-.::e i- t!i market. Try it.
till, v' v. N I v .'( . ;t..e!iester. S. Y.
NO CHANGING CARS
OnUA Oil I.4.TTSIOL?Tn
GH I G AGO,!
i Ilt-' c
I - i : r
se mailt. Willi
. i lillll.DELPni,
rus cities '
. t ,A T r'i
. :: .-I
.. rii-LB. els-ax-
f N in 11
O U IS, !
j i !;
r , -r-
f!f b j
!!' it) . 1" '
.ii :h. - j.r aa folloi :
i. .a 16- v i;t5j VsUase 1
... . tl.l-. Hurt,
i I'- : lt!,.'-l0:n '.If '
t !..:ir. No Ktr.
: 'r. t'tl.'iirs. i
' -j ee Jiiini'Car. j
: '.vith elegant
. Hails, lor
' - i (A.iacujser.
r t.i-nt I'tirvntfjli
. i'"vt-.'.l others,
i 5 u-x;at.
. i v ;:i.i st; Lux
.i . i,!.;.! t.
- '-rbrxted 'me for
i .i .el States aud
-.:. !:;.. of Fare, SIrp-
- -;. att t finit; Tables.
-! iTI.y T r. (, :V lyinij IO
I tltil iti S.ilWfll,
jttiur..i 'a.M-der K't, CblOAffO.
i.vi.rrai M-inaser. Cbleo.
BB 1 O&lxTlQEr
li H V ITni TUB Hl
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
We carry the biggest stock of CANNED GOODS in tins City.
Fine Teas a Specialty.
C. g. Maltiiy's "Old ReliaMe"- Brand cf Mimn Oysters.
lCASH: IPVITD FOB COUITTE. y JPTl'OJDTTCJZ.-at
;oo1m Dellvcre. l ice Iu any i:rf of tin c ity.
1 11 I ! Ml m I HUSH II II II !KJstsmaMsmJsMMsyissWM I tttsfc Ossts-
Gontain: Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mandraho ? Gentian
Ami cures Dsvjiepsia, Lns of Appetite, Billioiisnesi aud all derangement
of the .Stomach arising from over-eating and drir.kipg. Prepared only by
1KW. m.IICIK AXI 3IAXtTlMCri!:i. CO.,
LEAVftf.'V'ORTHi KANSAS. J for salf by all lr. cist.
The Old Grocery (k Dry
Goods Stand, i
AJtlicugh Lection is over we are not done selling s!3. by long shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST aXD
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN Ti I E TO .
The nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over 2CO' B.melij down OllaJ
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, A-C, at
JJ1. S. WMITJS'S,
TO QIVS.8THE1 .A. 0-AHiX.-.
Great ehaiiet to make mon
ey. Tiio-rv wlio always take
advantage of the KOd
rlianret tor making luonay
that are offered, jrfnerally
oei.ome wcaniiy, w iiiietney
who do net improve fu-h cliaaoes r-inairj In
poverty. Wo want mmv men. women, bovs and
kit n Vt work for us l iglit in theirown localities.
A.ny one fitn do the work properly from the
flrnt ctait. The business will p:iy more than tan
tliiie ordinary wat;cH. Expensive outfit furnish
ed free. No one who erjratrei" fails toinake mot
ey rapidly. Von can devote your male lime ts
the work, or only your spHre'n-.oineiits. Kullin
forniation snd all that ni-pitcl h u erf-.A'J
dress (rlyj Htinbox & (. .. I ano SJs-
J; F. BAUMEISTEFi
FumlDes Fresb, J'uro Milk
oi:i.i vr.KL:. aii.y.
Special eaalls attended te. and Fresh Mil
fraia same cow furnlthed when wanted. 4!y
PTKtZf TOR BsLDRKM
PraarnpOtm frea aat
M.man whu will . .
(1. raii a uawcruwiublilair.M'tiuasrsur MsstaclMS
i arinsiiv pi.iriicr
PI "7 t rl. L I C' T .... ? a ITa
j A nnrular it-i Inalu of tv IoJ .cal i LillAKa. baa tiiail
I loutv l.ioii.i i t.i..a tir o fierr'n-Fiici-a I.-I bt IiouuMka
m snrm.dnJrll oll rfiji-inuusaaw. anout,
TJrtaary t. :iui7 07 3d iwarifcl A3
Tbrm t. "Sit cr v .n"3 T3rc-l r -r, fnvai
8oiT..-)i---5j:"Vijaiiai Lfih Jsly and Irr.iotrs
r..i.: tf i-Vlf-Ahufl, sz-.tuhI txci-i Iq Rmtaror
yanrs.orornr hminr.:-if, r'l :iiri':rroubDiu,siurn.
al aua..-n, di)tir. ciznrt-nw of i;rrit.lefti ra hma.
tt. pari -:il d-p,y, fevwrwim t y avriety ronfnaiiKi of
j4ia, i ' sozuai pvr,ui.-?i r lo-i.rn-Ii l.-ip m r.r-
rtajrtcpiOjerjB iwrmArn;n'acl. C
a6ics or b nrnU fraa and I;ai
aiuurp. V.mAirnem atct l-r ra. or u'i
Ipiu nifjL i.iujf .ru ic 17 rs.'iu or w-m. iroa
f-awitoti. Wb di.abl xlis tt Ulrapklr ti.
1 i 280.
1 t PsQES
UI D !
1 f;1Wwlna p'ltm-antsac zr:r mftrnr. .ti rnt, way.
Hanhoori. VoiissvahrtsKl. PfnsiJ J Ancny. V-'hi eitouid
iibrtei r I tiiui im il ;ars. X ' iniurid
(W VkU ai1 k" C3 ct9. aiaii In nwupy or
ts?C ". fill i? r ji-.Ta rrirrt th& ts-ni rpokrrv.
taWWllir I i n cur-i
iknats. lOMt M&ai'Vd. N'jrrouina,
LvtMUt, '.ifmiorT arvl J.'i vv-, r a hmo-rrit oa br r
j'Abosa. AaydrrMth-4St' lTrri'.ntii. ht. LooJs
! Crati irutfs,6l'tt.Ciar:fs.Ft. 1a?vi, Mo.
tTonfm-lori rf Id i. Aveniou to Koiil
f a Watruss. Sws, wIdct.!! 54. Whltamral RsaManO.
IT"! t. liaMaUaa coMM. build iroid SIX CoM(liilk
'T I'Jf '"r ajrs nssor wmiliiivt purposa Va)nablsa
Vsa ilcibciM, IMUJirSoSalO., IMXaaMaSSksIsr
i A fSJ" 1 ? 7C5ChesnutSt, St. Louis, Mo. a old r.fa,
I KiUnLas tu cure bprnn-i.v.rrrrra. ParrJJval WedJt
rf. i .i - ' Besa, Ii3Ttency,n'.l form u.' f vpl OanorThcaa,
onered by this . Vnr.vr -fcdar Utaaf L. Icwn oaaas
,l;4 14 ! Ailtn rii.iaiM.fi rto-.n'ting frora
lm-i-mdnm,wc.'n-m9Tmxpom.ir cnr4 toe li' with snfs
gssdic-loa. Adit ir w. C!uiMl OaJI or wrlln
la strict em8lK. tyrenrom B.-otE for two stiwnp
SSuiexo. ag..m iim i.u.ipsH vr
Is strict cnnSl9Doa. tyrcntom B.vxs fnr two
TzUlH-Aed 1S47 tt 12 X. t:h 3trwt, 87. LCTT3, HO.
iilSL i'bTvctSsfift id charn of ibis oil mnd w-ll
.rjtiion are r-rnt.ir a sav-Ji' o
.-.tt. Tear of Hiv.y'ui a::w -u 4b itvtim-Qt of
" rCr.lQ X)Awa50q CAat-r T..lr HyfiT stHtll sUid t)lt-
't, U HrAyf Ui lti: ut ttt ordiDATT prctitior.
ii'ey Kv - Broutr-1 ft nliootU repuU-Uon llro-.fcb
. r iratmiit or crr. r 1 w. r r'i riP.
n hlimtl. ajkln r boon. treil witii irc-
x. m-Mtr princijufs. wn bout osiBf Mf f rfi , (at .xr.i
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