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CfcOOSING A DAUQaTEE-IH-LAW.
BT BCTH RANSOM.
It'" of no use," said Mrs. DashwnocJ
plaintively. I can nerer, leani to like
that girl. And if -Felix marries her I
ehall be wretched !M '
Felix Dashwood, a tall. Iiand-oms
J oung man, of three or ft ur-nnd-twenty,
aoked in dismay at his mother.
"Dearest mother," said he, "what is
the trouble with Madeline? 1 am sure
she is all that is sweet and lovable!"
Felix Dashwood had committed a
fault that is not uncommon to man.
lie was trying to make h'n mother see
tlirongh the medium of his own eyes,
lie had fallen de-perately in lore with
a young beauty, proposed to her in the
fever-heat of the moment, and brought
her home to Dashwotxl Hall to receive
the maternal blessing;. An l Ma feline
Westford. as theoretical and inexperi
enced as wa4 he hirtnelf, had never
doubted but that Felix' a mother would
love her as tenderly and devotedly as
Felix had done.
She was a pretty, blue-ejed girl, with
a deep dimple in lfer cheek, lips as red
as coral, and a profuseness of burnished
golden hair, which floated over her
shoulders liko a cascade of yellow
May I call you mother?", said Mad
eline, prettily, when she 'first came to
Dashwood I fall.
"Certainly." said Mrs. Dashwood,
stiffly. "But don't you think your hair
would be neater put up in a net?"
"All the girls at school wore it so,"
said Madeline, who was just graduated
ftpm Madame Estclle's seminary for
young ladies. "And nobody sees a net
nowadays." . J
"Those long, trailing dresses, too,"
aid Mrs. Dashwood, critically eying
the fan-shaped train of Madeline's
cream-colored sergo dress. "In the
country here we mostly wear our skirts
of a walking length."
Madeline looked doubtfully down at
the lovely dress, with its flounces and
"I nave always worn trains,' she
said; "and doesn t it seem almost a pity
to cut them off?"
. "Just as you please, said Mrs. Dash
wood, chilling visibly.
1 Madeline did not enjoy her visit to
Dashwood Hall half so much as she had
expected; and Mrs. Dashwood inwardly
determined that of all daughters-in-law
whom Felix could possibly have se
lected Miss Westford was the least sat
isfactory. But it never occurred to her
that she did not quite fathom all the
depths of Madeline's character; nor
that she was looking for a woman's
matured virtues in a girl of seventeen.
Just out of a boardins-school.
"J don't approve," said she stiffly,
-"of girls who lie on sofas and read po
etry all day, instead of trying to learn
a little housekeeping; and as for needle
work, all the Kensington stitch and
crewel patterns in creation won't take
the place in my estimation, at least
of good plain stitching and stocking
darniDg. Madeline Wes ford and I can
never, Sever become congenial!"
"But, mother" : : -
To Felix Dashw od's .infinite amaze
ment, howcvi-r, ti.e conversation was
here interrupted by Madeline herself in
the offendi'ig cream serge dress, with
the lovely, cJou!y tresses of gold fram
ing her flushed face, and a new glitter
in her blue eyes.
"I didn't mean to be a listener," said
6hc. "but I was half asleep in the shad
drawing-room, and when I heard my
own name I couldn't help sitting still
for a moment; and pcrhnps it is just as
well. I I have feared tins for a long
time. I am quhe certain of it now.
Yon don't like me, Mrs. Dashwood?"
"To be frank." .said the frigid mat
ron. "I do nor" '
"I am sorry," said Madeline, softly.
"I should have liked you to love me.
And vou do not wish me to marrv Fe
lix?"" "If you wish me to answer sincere
ly," sajd Mrs. Dashwood "no." " "
"Tlien I won't marry him," said
Madeline, pulling of the little turquoise
ring which Felix had given her for an
engagement ring in those bright, sweet
days which seemed so long ah, so long
ago! "I will marry no man whoso
mother is not ready to take me into her
henrt of hearts!"
So the engagement was broken off,
and Madeline went home again.
"Don't fret,. Felix," coaxed she.
"It's a deal better for you, if you can
get used to the idea. If ever I have a
mother-in-law, I mean that she shall
love me- oh, so dearly 1"
To Mrs. Dashwood's surprise, Felix
took this overthrow of his heart's dear
est hop b very coolly. .".
"I had hoped that you would learn to
love Madeline," he said. "Indeed, I
do not know how any one could help it.
But if you can't why, there's an 6nd of
the matter !"
Within a few days Mrs. Dashwood re
ceived a letter from Cousin Thespia, a
young lady from the West . Cousin
Thespia was coming to Dashwood Hall,
to get acquainted with her unknown
relatiors. The old lady's heart leaped
up within her.
Perhaps Felix will take a fancy to
Thespia," said she to herself.
And she made haste to refurnish the
little blue boudoir, fill the tiny conserv
atory with fresh flowers for the chill
November days were beginning to
gloam across the horizon now and lay
out a programme of amusement for the
promised guest. .
Cousin Thespia came, a black-eyed
girl nearly six feet high, who laughed
like a peal of bells, talked all the slang
of the modern young lady, and declared
openly that she found the East unutter
"1 shouldn't have come here at all if
I hadn't an idea of going on the stage."
said she. "I suppose It's the best place
to study up and get new Ideas."
"My dear," said scandalized Mrs.
Dashwood, "why on earth should you
go on to the the stage?"
"Because I liko it," said Thespia in
differently. Apparently Cousin Thespia liked Fe
lix Dashwood also. She followed him
out even to the stables horses, she de
clared, were her delight; she chatted
with him in the long, lire-lighted duiks;
she sang dashing ballads to the piano
for liU especial delectation ballads
that were widely different from poor
Madeline's dreamy nocturnes and soft
sonatas; she openly declared that "he
was the very nicest fellow she had met
since she crossed the Big River."
Poor Mr. Dashwood's maternal
heart sank within her.
'Felix," she said, on one of the rare
twilights during which Mr. Dashwood
was not monopolized by his loud-voiced
cousin, "I do hope you won't become
interested in Thespia Clifton.
"Mother." said he, "your counsel
comes too late. I am already inter
ested, as you call it, In my cousin
"Felix,' she almost screamed, "you
are not engaged?"
"Yes. mother, I am engaged. Was
not that the very thing for which you
Mrs. Dashwood burst into tears.
"A girl who laughs like a plow-boy,'
said she "a girl who is determined to
C;o on the stage a girl who snac&ls
approvements in one s very stables, and
calls us Eastern: ladies an awful sight
too blow T Felix, Felix! you will break
"It seemj to me, mother," said the
yonng man, with a shrug of his shoul
ders, that vou "are very difficult to
please. Madeline Westf-T ! lid not suit
voi, and this youn' lady from the
Vst . - . . -
Mr..ishwood lifted her hand dep
r c tt'itgly, and began to shed a few fee
"Felix!" she sobbed; "oh. Felix! I
have been so foolish! If this girl were,
only gone if you were on!y re-engaged
to Madeline I think I should be quite,
quite happy, again! For indeed I did
not know how-sweet, and womanly and
perfect dear Madeline was until
."Until it was too late," quietly ut-.
tered her son. "But here is Thespia.
Let her sneak for herself."
Miss Thespia Clifton came in like a
gust of wind, dragging one of the house
dogs by the collar.
"He s lame, I think, said she nois
ily. "I brought him in to look at his
foot by the lamplight. Eh? What!
Mrs. Dashwood crying ! Why, what
the dickens is the matter with you
Thespia, said Felix gravely; "my
mother wishes to ask you a few ques
tions." "The catechism, eh?" said Miss Clif
ton, comfortably seating herself. "Well,
drive on, cousin Dashwood. A fair
field and no favor, eh?"; ... .
"Is is it true," whimpered the old
lady, "that you are engaged?"
"Of course I'm engaged," nodded
the fair Amazon. "And, what's more,
we are to be married in April."
"Married P' gasped the poor old la
dy. "Oh. .Thespia, Thespia. give up
the mad idea! ,You are not suited to
him. Your tastes do not agree; you
never, never would make him happy!"
"How do you know?" blurted out
Thespia. "You uever saw him in your
life." .i , ' . ... --
"Never saw him P echoed Mrs.
Dashwood. "Never saw my own son!"
"But it isn't your own son P said
Thespia, indifferently. "It's Major
Miles Keatjy, of Leadville, Colorado,
that I'm engaged to. Your Eastern
men can't hold a candle to him "
"Thank heaven P cried poor Mrs.
Dashwod; "thank heavenP
"So say," remarked Miss Thespia,
who was now busied in examining the
"And now." factored Mrs. Dashwood,
with averted face, "if Madeline would
only forgive you, dear Felix "
I am engaged to Madeline as close
ly as ever," said Dashwood. "I loved
her too dearly ever to give her op."
But but will Bhe ever pardon
mer .- .
- "Try jjCr ami see, said, Felix, laugh
ing." r V. ? !
Madeline came back the next day, all
smiles and sunshine, and ran into the
old lady's wide-open arms. .... .. . (
"Dear, dear, mother," said she, 'I
shall be so glad if ou will only love me
with all your heart. "
' "Indeed, indeed I will!" said the old
lady,. joyously. ."Of all daughters in
the world, you shall be dearest to mo,
For Mrs." Dashwod had arrived at
the conclusion that it is a disastrous
thing to meddle with the current of true
. It happened in :. rouli mining town
in Colorado. There was a grand ball
at the ranch of Whiskey Jack", a "well
known character in the "diggings,"
and the "elite" of the district respond
ed to the call in full force. The party
was held in a rickety old barn belong
ing to the host, and with a few red
strips of flannel, a grotesque accumu
lation of mountain roses and a row of
dripping candles, the appointments of
the place were perfect. My first part
ner in the giddy dance was the wife of
the man who killed the village post-;
master b3cause he refused him a letter;
she was i&t, fair, and forty, and danced
with .the grace of a cow. My next
Ftartner was the daughter of thU charm
ng pair, a young girl just bursting into
the loveliness of womanhood; she. was
badly freckled, and sported a wart on '
her nose. My next partner was .a
blooming grass-widow, a fresh "arrival;
and then I rested. I began-to com
ment on new faces in the roo nr.--My,
companion in this pleasant pastime was
a heavy-bearded miner, uncouth,
roughly dressed, tobacco slobbered, and
very profane. This was our first me t-'-ing,-
and I hoped it would be the last.
There goes a bard looking case.!
whispered, as the wife of the man who
killed the postmaster sailed by. "She's
a bad 'nn,1' : ---'?y-- "TTTTT.
"Yas," replied the j man. fiiTd. hate
to have the critter step on vino SffikaV
an elegant target she. would make for ; .
poor marksman !" - - "-f i- -
"Yes,". I said, and turned njy.yes;
on a tall, raw-boned . creature sailing
towards us . supported : by a little, man
with sandy whiskers and red-top boots.
"Here comes the boss." .- ... .-
: "How?" . -v-.. ,t.;
The boss, I say; ain't she a loveiy
chimpanzee?" j - r " -"T"
"A what?" r - " "
He glared at me a moment and then
reached for his revolver.
"What is a chimpanzee?" he growled
fiercely, his red eyes growing large.
I saw that I had made some mistake,
and hastened to explain.
"Why why," I stammered, backing
off. "a chimpanzee is a lovely creature
fonnd in Africa nothing so gorgeously
beautiful as a chimpanzee. That is the
highest compliment a lady can re
OP and the man looked relieved.
"Yas, 1 think so myself, stranger; she
is a lovely chimpa'iz.-e; she's my wife."
Speaking on th subject of annexa
tion at Vinnipeg,Ma:iitoba,Lord Lome
said that Canada wishes to be the friend
of the United States, and not their foe.
"She rejoices," he added, "in her big
brother's strength and status, but is
not anxious to nourish it by offering
up her own body in order that it may
afford him. when overhungrv, that hap
py festival he is in the habit of calling
a 'squaro meal."
A Joke on a "Washington Correspondent.
Probably no jollier lot of fellows are
alive than the Washington correspond
ents of the American press. They find
plenty of time, even when up. to their
ears in work during a busy session, to
poke fun at each other. One of them,
who furnishes special dispatches- to a
leading journal, could tell a joke upon
himself if he went so inclined. When
be first entered Washington ha was ex
ceedingly green, but, like moat novices,
imagined that news-purveying was a
trade that could be learned without a
long apprenticeship. As lie was leav
ing the capitol on a certain afternoon
in the midt of a "short session." he
was accosted by some brother scribes,
one of whom, with a perfectly serious
face, asked him if he had heard the re
sult of the last night's caucus. "I didn't
know there was one," he answered.
Oh, yes," said the first speaker,
there wa a joint caucus of . both
farties, and after a great deal of wrang
ingthey voted unanimously to adjourn
congress on the 4th of March." "You
don't say so?" exclaimed the victim,
hurrying off to the telegraph office. A
few minutes later this bit of news was
on the wires; stranger yet, the editor
into whose hands the tfispatcU passed
at its destination printed it just as it
was sent, without pausing to reflect
that a caucus is invariably a meeting
of one party only, and that the short
session of congress ends, by le ral limi
tation, on the 4th of March, regardless
of cauensses, resolutions, votes, or any
other consideration. Hart ford (Ct.)
The Pratt coal mines of Alabama
have been sold to a northern company
The privilege-tax paid by the whisky
dealers of Mississippi is said to amount
;A company is being formed to develop
tliaCahawba coal muds on the line ol
the Selma, Rome and Dalton railroad.
After the. city of '.Worcester, Mass.,
nad expended $9,000, in .erecting an
engine-house, it was diseovervd that
the city had 'no title to the land.
' Many Boston capitalists are interest
ed in the Inverness Oil and Land com
pany. of Nova Scotia, which has bought
twenty-lire thousand acres of oil land
in Cape Breton. -
At Bi Creek, Ark., a huge cata
Bnount, c iOsed a stampede among the
stock in a large pasture. It followed
the catt'e to the house.' went" into the
;yard, "cleared out" the dogs', and then
went under the houso for a rest. A
gun was discharged and so was the
"Waiter. called Fendurson, at the
eatinghouse, "this is the worst steak I
ever encountered; it's just liko leather."
"IndeedP' said the .Waiter, his face
lighting up with pleasure, "I'm gladto
hear you say so, sir. There is nothing
liko leather, you know."
v The population of Eureka Springs,
Ark-, is about fifteen thousand. Dur
ing the heated summer months it went
down probably to twelve thousand, but
now it is increasing daily. Brick chim
neys and plastered rooms are coming
into fashion in Eureka Springs; so are
glass windows, in the rural districts of
Suits against the Emma Mining com
pany in Utah have been compromised,
and the working- of the mine will prob
, ably be resumed. ' This , Emma mine,
through certain swindling operations,
became one of the most notorious in the
country. English parties lost large
sums of money in it, and that it is in
the hands of a new company, if any
richness should be discovered, there
would be new howl.
The question who shall administer
the estate of the late Mark Hopkins is
before a San Francisco court. Mrs.
Hopkins was lately removed as admin
istrator. The public administrator asks
for it. His application is opposed by
the legal heirs. Moses Hopkins is pre
sented for the position by Mrs. Hopkins,
and he is opposed by Samuel F. Hop
kins, as incompetent.- The property is
valued at $15,000,000.
Cap. Maxwell, a British naval officer,
who has been cruising with his ship in
the western Pacific, writes home that a
striking peculiarity of the Ellice island
ers is the entire absence of arms among
' them. He did not see a club or f pear,
or any weapon whatever, either in the
hands or houses of these natives. At
Ponapi, in the Caroline islands," he was
greatly impressed with the magnitude
and solidity of the residences of former
chiefs, now in ruins. On one islet he
found four complete squares built one
in the other, with walla, somio of them
thirty-five feet high and twelve thick.
By the will of the late Josiah Parsons
Cooke, of Boston, $500 is. left for a
monument at Northampton, .Mass.. to
Maj. Aaron Cooke, one of the first
settlers of Northampton, who died in
1690. : Prof. Cooke, of Harvard, son of
the testator, in compliance has ordered
a sarcophagus of pink Quincy granite,
seven leet broad and five feet ten inches
high. A fao-simile of the original stone
is graven on the sarcophagus, and the
stone itself is inlaid in the new monu
ment. . .
Water was being bored for at Wood
ville, Jefferson county, N. Y., and when
forty -seven feet below the surface a
fountain of water and gas was reached,
and the drill, weighing' six ' hundred
pounds, was thrown up, and the water,
thick with some mineral solution, was
also thrown twenty-tivo feet in the air,
a large quantity of gas escaping at the
same time. A pipe was inserted and
the well continues to' flow. Six and
one-half pounds of water was boiled
"dwn to one-fourth pounds, when it be
came solid matter, which ha"s a saline
pungent taste, the latter resembling
that of sal ammoniac
While an Idaho girl was sitting under
a tree, wafting for her lover, a grizzly
bear came along, and approaching from
behind, began to hug her. But she
thought it was Tom, and so leaned
back, jand enjoyed it heartily, and mur-
"mured "tighter", and it broke the bear
: ail- up; and he went away and hid in
the -forest for three days to get over
:yYA"ilite judsre was a noted wag A
" youn lawyer was making his first
effort before him, and had thrown him
self on the wings of his imagination far
into the upper regions, and was seem
ingly preparing for a higher ascent,
-when the judge exclaimed: "Hold on.
hold.::on, my dear sir! Don't go any
higher, for yon are already ont of the
jurisdiction of the court."
I must say that I very much dls'ike
this ostentatious furnishing," remarked
the elderly Miss Pringle, as she looked
about her in the new home of the Span
kintons. "Now,- look at that great
elaborately -framed mirror. I declare,
I can see : nothing beautiful in it."
'You shouldn't expect impossibilities.
Miss Pringle," remarked Fo.'g, the vil
lain." 1 . 7 .
Your husband requires rest,' said
the doctor &3 he came from t!e sick
chamber. , "He will soon be well;' lie
has a bad attack cf tickerosis." "Tiek
erosis, jdoctor! Why, that's a new dis
ease, i$n't it?" "Yes, quite new. It is
caused by watching the tickers in t o
brokers' offices. It affects the optic
nerve 4nd the spinal column."
A clever sell is perpetrated on the
guests jof Gen Mountain House, Wat
kins Glen, N. Y. On a treer fronting
the Glen, wis bung a cage carfully
covered with : calico. : Upon k was
printed the following notice: .."Blind
red bat from Havana. Raise the cover
carefully as the light might injure his
eyesP' i It is fun for the initiated to sit
there quietly and see victim after Ticlim
cautiously raise the curtain and disclose
suspended withiu the cage a brickbat!
Parable ; from the Persians i One
knocked at his beloved's door, and a
voieo from withiu said: "Who's there?"
He answere lr It is I." Then the voice
said: This house will not hold me and
thee."1 And the -door remained fast
shut. Then went the lover into the
the desert and fasted and prayed
in solitude. Ami after a year he
returned and again knocked at the
door. ' And agaia the voiee asked:
-Who is there?" And he said: "It is
thyself." And immediately the door
In the year 1710 the weight of fat
cattle in the London market averaged
only 370 pounds, at the average age of
five years. In 1795 this was iuereased
to 482 pounds, nearly double that of
1710. It Is probable that the average
weight at one year less age (say, four
years old) is at the pro-en t moment
fully three times that of 1710. and the
beef owing to the superior quality of
the cattle and the better methods of
fattening fully fifty per cent., more
nourishing and economical to the con
A widow in Philadelphia who keep9 a
shoe store owns a parrot who repeatedly
cries: "Say, come over here and buy
some shoes." This amused the passers
by, but two rival 6hoe dealers on the
other side of the street thought the par
rot was alluring away their trade by his
oft-repeated "entreaties. and they
brought suit against the widow and
caused her to be bound over in the sum
of $500 on the charge of maintaining a
nuisance. And still the parrot cries:
"Say, come over here and buy some
shoes." . - . J
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porrttlou, and aiertinir Ita ieciflo influence oa tb
Vesiclea, Iucta, aad Ulnnd. tbat ara ouabls to per
form tholr natural functions wUile tbla disease per.
adea tha bnmaa orffaoistm. Tha ass of the Pastille
is attended with no pain or tnconvenienea, anil does
not interfere with t fie ordinary pnrsuita of life; it is
culokiy dissolved aad soon abaorbod, prodtKloa- aa
tmmeaiata toothing and restorative effect a poo tha
Derroas rfraaizatioas wrecked from Tlciou. habits or
ezeeaaea, n topping the drain from la syatem, mator
lnc the mind to health and sound memory, remov
lna the Dimness of Sight. Confusion of Ideas,
Aversion to Society, etc-, etc., sod the apseerups
of premature old ags usually accompanying- this
trouble, aad reatoricg- the TiUl forces, where tbey
bare beeo dormant for yr-ar. TUis mode of treat
. meat has stood t be test ia enry sever eaeee, and is
- now a pronounced aacxess, Drues are too much pre
. scribed ia this trouble, and, as many can bear wit
seas to, with but little I r any permanent arixxL There
Is no nonsense about thU Ji )'iritlTO Fractlcalb
serratlon enables us to rnitlreiy guarantee that it
will aiTe aatisfaction. It has been in cenerai aee
for several years ant e bitve tbonaaodrt of testi
monlala front patianta, a. to ita value, and it ia now
eowoeded to be tbe rarwt ratiouai rneana yet dia
covered for reaoainir and eurins this very prevalent
trouble, that ia well known to be the oauae of sntoid
misery to ao many, and anon wbom cjuacKa prey wita
their oaeleas Doatrnma and big fees. Tbe Remedy
la pot opin neat boies. of three aizea. Ka l.lenoueu
to last a BwatiiJ S3; Na S. (sumcieat to effect a per
manent euro, unless in severe case,) $5; No. 3,
Uaatinc over three months, will restore those in tbe
worat condition.! 97. bent by mail, in plain wrappers.
Full DIRECTIONS for uu( will accompany
g tcf for &ealcxt XJccWpfp Paavvvh-'
a letm gitrtn& Amatotttimal 1 llumtrwtiona
BarnaT mttntony, wnirn eoPtae
f Ha aieaf mltentirul tltut thr-u rat e r
fore' at to je-c- hcaUH, andk rUal
B seen tharo'lif rv-rmtnblimMra aattsi
mm if Mvrr affrctrct. SotU OWM.T by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. KF1L CHEMSIS.
. Marltet and 8th SU. ST. LOUI3, MO.-
UnaollcHted teetlmony to tho Efflcacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters reoolvei fror Patrons i
Indiana, April 11. The Uemedy It workins pea.
tsrtly. lXadepllrrom wdiknuw fnr8yeara past.
Iowa, Oct. 10th, TV. I am almost anrprised at your
Pastilles. They have worked like a charm ea aw. I am.
just twice as much of a man rts 1 wss beaore taxing- 1
a tha varse 01 Laa araTS, i UMnrac, ana thara was
so sdrs far m. swt cow 1 am in gooq nopas foe aeora,
West Virsrlnia, A us. SH liKa. I reoaiTwa your medl
c4ns aad I belie it haa eared me, for which I am vtry
thankfaL Inclosed find VS. Pseaae sand ma another
boa No. 2 for a friend. ' Yon have dona a ajroa salasT
far aw. I will send yon nil the orders I can. . t
From a Physician and) Surgeon. -Missouri,
Jana 36. Please forward ma another box
of th Pastilles. Th patient on whom 1 ha used
moat of on box, ia addition to a sample box, is fast
lawrailng, aad I think another will set hiia ail right.
From a Drugs'.
Mai-ybsncl Sept. 1. "79. Last Janoary sr got a box of
your Tainnsy for on ofonr enstomers. snd it haa mad
a perfect cure of him. W-tae aaother eassomer now
suOaziiisT in th earn way, sad wtato oa No. boa.
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
. . pairing, and general jobbing
I art now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and ether niaelilnery. as there
' " is a ood lathe in my shop.
i PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
i '- has taken charge of toe wagon shop,
lie ia well known as a
L, ; ' NO. 1 WORKMAN.
New Wacrona and Unsstea made to
. i Order. ----SATISFACTION
f Shop on Sixth street Dposite Streleht's Stable
Repairer 'of Steam Engines, Boilers,
: Saw and Qrist Mills,
.1 gAs and steam fittings.
Wrought Imn Pipe. Forc and Lift Tipcs Steam
Guuees. Haffty Valve Governor smd all
kinds of lirHss Ki'gine Filtiugs,
repaired on p.hort notice.
: Also sdl klmis i'
rA K)l M A I'll I X K It Y.
imi S ti VMT Lm
: 'A t.vJ r ifv.,s5a?s'i-i
JIST il KNRI AfTAIN.
Yt.w, Clean, Fimt iJl'as's Mtal Shop,
on Main Ptr f t fr.i i.t-r at 6ih', i'i:ittsinoutb
tvei) boilj ;n l.ajul for fresli, teuut-r meat.
"BOWS' brick yard.
In the rear of the B mtior Stithies
ON FOURTH STREET.
F i r s t - C I a s s Brick,
READY A2TD FOE SALE-
Will do Contract Work and Guarantee
J. HONS & SON,
-15m3 Plattsmoutli, Neb.
I auy caue aLm fur luartof deceased taidUrs
too slights dimbility entitles to pcnsiaa
i b 1 3 9 1 V 1 1 0 HiwnbHilf.Ul
Boumty a nd new discharges prom rtd. TbocoiTi
doubt as to whether entltl-d to anvibir.e
-should send two 3c stamps for cur "C tr-
ralar of Information." Address, -with.
Btamps, 6TODDART & CO.. Folielton of Cl.iin:j
audfateata,il3 G St,N. XV WasUuston, 1. ti
Thbty-SlT Varieties of Cabbafre; jS of Cora s ot Cocass
Br : 4t of Melon ; 33 of Peas ; at of Beaaa s 17 of Squash 1 as
of Beet and 40 of Tomato, with other varieties in proportioa. a
large portion of which were grown on ray frve seed farms, will
be found in my Ycr table and Flower 8ea Vatalocaa
for 1 8st. Sent PREK to all who apply. Cu-'omers of last
Season need not write for It. An Seeil suld from my esubllsh
ment warranted to be both fresh ant? true to nunc so far. that
should it prove otherwise, 1 w:ll refill iKe order gratis. Tbs
rls-tnal Intrwdaoer af Early Ohio and Burhanl: Po4a
tora, M arblebead Early Cora, the Ifulrbtr.l Saaaa,
Uarbleaead Cnhhatn, Palnn-y VrS-n. a score of
other new Vegetables. 1 invite the pcuone oi the public
Vew Vegetables a Specialty.
Janet J . II. Ortforr, Marblehead. Msm.
C. IIEISCIV. - iro"p letor.
Flour, Corn Meal & Feed
Always on hanrl and fors;t!
8 rices. The liicliPst j)t i--t y.h
orn. FarticHliir attei'.ti'.:i
:it lDWPrit Ciish
!oi- n :i( :rirl
i '-...-I ".wrk.
THE MOM .nLCLESFUL KEJ1EDT
tfvertllsRofred.ult Is certain ' In ita effects
and does not Mister. Aio excellent lor hu
man flesh. READ PROOF BELOW.
COL. Jj. T. FOSTER.
Youngstowu. Ohio, May 16th, 18S8.
fin R J hknai.l&Uo.. Gents: -I had a
very valuable Hambletonlan colt which I prized
verv luelilv. he had a larga hone spavin 011 one
Joint and. a small one on the other which made
tiini very tame ; & iihu mm uimci vu.nc
two veterinary surgeons -which failed to cure
him. 1 was one day reading the advertisement
of Kendall's Spavin Cure in the Chicago Ex
tn.H T determined at once to try It. they or
dered three bottles; I took them all aui
tlnui;ht 1 would give it a thorough trial. I used
it according to directions and the fourth day
the colt eeased to be lame, and the lumps have
disappeared. I nseU but one bottle aud the
colts limbs are as free from lumps ana as
smooth as any horse in the state. He is entire
lv cured. The cure was so remarkable that I
let two of my neighbors have the remaining
two bottles, who are now using 11.
KeDuull's Spavin Care
; ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's Mills, Wash. Co.. N. Y. Feb. 21st, 1878.
Tim r J KiNDiLL. Dear Sir 1 The oarticu-
IwriLw on which I used vmr Kendall's Spavin
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen
month staudint;. 1 had tried many things, but
in vain. Your Spavin Cure put the foot to the
f round again, ami lor tne nrat time amce uun.
ii a natural position. For a family liniment it
excels anything we ever used. -
Pastorof M. K. Church. Patten's MiUa. S. Y.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Send address lor Illustrated Circular which
wb thinir rives Dwstive Droof of its virtues. o
remedy has ever met with such unqualified suc
cess u our knowledge, for beast as well as
""price $1. ler bottle, or lx bottles for $5. AH
fruggiis have it or can net 1t for you. or It
will be sent to any address on receipt 01 pnee
by the proprietors. UK. B. J. KENDALL & CO.
Enosburg falls. Vt. - M'y
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
business now beTore the pub
lic. You can niafce money fast
er at wrk for us than at any
thing pls-. ( itpital not aked.
We w i I i sut Vou. -Viadny
and utv. clot- st.:ifteat h'niie by
Men. 1 ' .- gi'"l
wanted everywhere to work for us. Now Is ih
time, 1 oti cau iwr --y -j t; -
your whole tmie tr :
You can live
a UlilUC iUiU u
will pay 011 ii-ar,;
make e"nt,rinoii r
ly ouli; atiJ Ut .. :
ilV 5'inl hohOP:
3y . in
Hi. v :i f..il to
.-t ..--f. tt
u1., - i'sisi.ea!1-
i. :;a, M::in-.
n PffllTQ W awt to r"'k
I Ull lOlilLu rirturial Books aJ PIts. Ptp
L "a ialaf an !a par et, Nmiioaal ruhlisb'c ta ai. 1aul, Ma
Is the Old ItToroe and
XJJL.X TJCX FATi XjI3HO
Omaha, Kansas City, Atchison and SL Joseph,
DETROIT, NIAGARA FALLS,
Hew York, Boston!
And Alt Points EAST and SOUTHEAST.
THK LINK COMPRISES
Nearly 4.000 mi lr. Solid Smooth Stwl Track. All
connections am mark In I'NION DEPOTS. It has
a National Rppuintioti as being THK GKEAT
TMItorGHCAK LINK, and Is univentally conceded
t.i be THK KI.NKST rXpUIPIMSi) ilallruad In the
"World for all cla"o ot travl.
Try it. and you will Ond travelinK a luxury Instead
of a discomfort.
Through Tii-knts via this Celebrated IJne for sale
at all offices in the Wexu
All Information about Kat4s of Fare. Pleeplne Car
Acconi rnodat km, Time Tahlos, Ac, will bo cheer
fully Kiven by applying to
T. J. POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL,
34 Vice Pm'l M Oea'l M&nacvr, Ocn'l Pauvngu Act.,
' . Chicago, Ills. . Chicago, Ills
; Garmore's ArtlUcIal Ear
Ii l.Mt mmS swa b ktaa Ms-tVeOr MStorlBK th
neanaa. Knuraly aaal lor
rn. i,ir.w v.&r. h. huri with I
ispara. distinctly. Aro ao erable. an ra-
CACTI05I D aat b deeeiyad by boraa ear drams. Min
is tha only laoesesfnl srUflpiai ear Drum mannfaetnred.
Jeha Oarraor 8. W. Cor, ith ft Bae Sts.. Ciaeinnati. O
. . w.t.M. .ia ..lmniar Lrrnw.
j A Book of Raro Orlelnallty, entitled)
Tha rreas problam solyad. Th iadiTidnal aanfnlly eoa.
aiuervu iron, . vire,iv.uiu,r up so maturity
a-ani to Education. Home, 6oclety, Etlqu
AmuMmttiti, Dress, Love. Marriage. I
nets, dec Uoti Brmad-EaXmn ore to is Bread. R'i
Ths rolnm abounds in striking thoaahts.rare infannatioa
and intense common sans. Fail-pea colored plasss aaea.
0LJEM- fiPfXlf VWanted Everywhere,
band foe atresia: rail deseriptiia, terms. Ae,. address.
..v,umiijufi w.,bi, aaia, ja.
MAS.0I1 BEST In the WORLD 1.:
Anjfi , vrlnneTS of hlg-hest distinction at svetT
a-u.v - ureal world's rair sor iourteen years.
II H I ri III A MV ILLirsraiTlD (JATAXVOOCB, so pw.
t1Ur.ll II J ato. la readv thia month, and will b
. sent fre to any address, announcing'
liU' IllriVlxrosfiirr uspbovrmbsts.. ana Jsz
UllUHlIsS Vw Ktyiti- over liiOln all.
Prices, , VXLVA, fee, $84 to J00 and opt ml for
ssjy paymtnt . HAua s UASLUiuiiUA iv.,iti
Tram ont BU, BOSTON t 4 EastUtA St., JKJSW lUiUt;
I4V IVSDSBB ATe.,UniLAWA
0,000 Aats ITsUited for XJfe of
It contains tbe full history of his noble and erentfnl Ufa
anddastardlr assassination. Sunrical treatment. death.
funeral obsequies, etc. Tbe beatcbanc of your 111 e la
make money. Bewareof "catchpenny" imitations. This
Is theonly authentic and fully Illustrated 11 feot our mar.
tyred President. Fine steel portraits. Extra term to
Ag-anta. Circulars free.
Address ISATiosai. Pcausmjta Co., flt, Lsnls, )tx
Is niaUV trom a rimpic 'Tropical Leaf of Rare
Value, and is a I'ONitlve HnieUy for all the
disease that ruiisr ains iu the lower part ot
the Dotly for lorpiil l.ivcr Ileauacliet- Jaun
dice Iizinexs. Cravel, Malaria, and all tliiB
culties of Hip Kiilncys, Liver and I'rinarv Or
gans, rur If nmle IvliaeaHeia. Monthly Men
struation, ami (Imiiiir freeiiancy, it haw no
equal. 1 1 rostorc t lie orfrau that make the
blood, anil lu-ii'-o is the oct liloou Pnrluer.
It Is the only known remedy that cures th.it
scourjre. Hrishfia liMeaae. For Diabetes,
ufe riifi- m nsie uianriea sjore.
For JS.-tl ty I inmpiMs ami Dealers at Sl.rJ.t
per bottle, i.hikp-i hottle in the market. Try it
n. II. WAKXKi: & CO.. Kochester. N. Y.
.est Frasrait Si Eefreiing cf Perfcincs
Lxccsdinsiy Oeiiests and Lastiag.
Prise, 23 eta.: Large Ecttlea. 75 ct3-
Sold by dcaless In Drags a Perfomery.
e-x 4 Co., N.T., aa mry bottla.
Slgnatan af HIs-
PARKER'S GINGER TONIC 3
C Tl SS.W!.! r r- .,
s tie incuicine lor every ramny.
L Madefrom Ginger, Buchu. Mandrake. Sdllingia, H
s ana otner 01 tne Dcst vegetable remedies known,
r Parker's Ginger Tonic has remarkably varied
W curative powers, & is the Greatest Stomach Correct-
r or, Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator ever made & j
t The Best Medicine You can Use 1
for Restoring Health & Strength
It commences to act from the first dose, searches
ont the weak oreans, and is warranted to cure or
help all diseases of the Bowels. Stomach. El xd.
Kidneys, Liver, Unnary Organs, all Complaints of 1
Women. Kervousness, Sleeolessness, LheDma- 4
tlsra and Drnnkeaaexs.
Try a bottle to-day; it may save yourHTe. sort,
and $i sires atalWmggisls. Every genuine bottle
hasoursignaaireon otitside -aappcr, HiscoX &
Co. N. Y. Large saving ia buying $i size.
. Jast What Is Wanted.
Everybody whose hair is gray or faded has felt
the need of a Hair Restorer and dressing that is
cleanly, agreeably perfumed and harmless. Par
ker's Hair Balsam satisfies the most fastidious in
these respects. Sold by dniei-. ... ... ...
XOtTJ has always
bsan ons of tbs moat
ol ta shovs Lns-
asats antit ha ars
r boa so adraasB-g-aoealy
d as la Lawassoa
A sfsiml TOLU,
BOCK a4BTX. Its
sppadrsr aad tonic,
to bnlld 111 th Bra.
lea alter th eongh hat been relieved.
ft MIT ift El I r""' deceived by dealer
baUIIUtei woo try to palm off Rock and
;Kye for Uwmxn a Jabti's TOLO, BOCK
snd RYK which is th only MEDICATED ar
ticle made th cenotne has a PBiVATB DIX
Proprlet-iry Sump on each bottle.
Put up in Qnart Siza Bottles. Price $1.00.
TOLU. ROCK & RYE CO., Proij'p.
Sold by DRUGGISTS and GENERAL
:f. " ,'i
a u 11 vt
A complete stuck of
Staple and Fancy
. FfiDlTS, CONFECTIONER!, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
"We carry the biffsrest stock of CANNED GOODS in this City.
WFiae Teas a-Specialty. j&-
C. S. Maltliy's Moii ReliaWe" Bran! of Baltimore Oysters.
Goods Delivered Free In any part oftlie city.
vdMJ W m x rr
j i . 7". .11. rV .j ,... - x ; ..; " - '" T . -i - ' J" . ' 1 ,
Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mandrake Gentian
And cures Dyspepsia, Loaa of Appetite, Eilliotisnesa and all derangements
of the Stomach arising from over-eating and drinking. Prepared only bj
BUOU.N MEDICIXE ASU MA WPFACTUI.IXO CO.,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, and for sale by all feminists.
Although Lection is over we are nnt done sdlins good, ly a long nhot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF Till! J.AUHF.sT 4'.
BEST STOCKS OF OOODS, OF ALL h'TNl).; IN 7 . i, , .
T he nicest Green Winter Apples for
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
SMITH, BLACK & CO;
TO QIVE CTK:E1VE .A. CALL
re:tt eiianee to make mon
ey. TIiohv vJio hIwsj-s I;
liuvantne or tn e u o
chances for mat; i nr nun
I that are i.tfeieil. i ).ernil
become weulthv. whi!"lhf
wno aa nor improve such chauces rem:. in I
portv. We uanl manv men. women. bov nn
gins t work for us right in their awn lncalitii
Any one can the work properly from th
firit start. The busines will p;iy more than te
t'.ines ontinarv wairr-s. Kxnensive out ill fiii ni-"!
f it free. No one who enr-jif fails t" tnnke mot
ey rapidly. Vou eati clcvatf your ale lime t
tne work, or oniv your spare moments, r iillln
formation and ."II ; hat is needed s nt ie.'.A
dress 301y Stiox & Co.. I -iT'ami.Me
J. F. BAUMEISTEI
Furnishes Frufli, Pure AMik
Special call aMeiii'ed to. and Fre-li Mil
from same row fnrnlied w unwanted. 4ly
A r w"h'a. stamanaitsTsH 5. Whttoi
m-M ferrourtm VH M-antcnlBll. nunyiw,. V . I it. LI. f.
si a so. imiutioa cold .
Wakaalosasraa. XUMaPaOlaCU.. UlluauHt.tt Var.
FFMEDY F0T BLPrE35
I nuruii wid.iti . . .....
is a.-tiiaUT arwitiicMi
-n ..rwa a Co., a cuaton Ijoe, Kew Xsra
n i itt w - i t sstm rj c i m t j ft-,
817 St. Cliarifs Street. St. Ionis,Mo.
a. rin;lar irmif smut of tvo Mxieul VoVin-.w, laa baB
iwr 1 j'uwk! t.ma tayotht IJhyioja In bl-w'.ils.aa
city p-.!-.f.tko3j uil old ra.'inukaunr. SpbUisy
Otiaorrhoss.C:aKti. Mir-Otiire, Orchitis, F.ur.tuni.all
Liriaary '.JdO or jtiercunru anecttoos ax
uaira:.t,-).-: n'.-a aezuoi DeLilicy and rmi otnrr-
mm tha result of &eit-Almn, ztzxi sjcmsmiIq maSarar
7aara.wr o er brnlnwr.rk, producincnrTouacMsts.mhv
: eninti.ms oebiut, aiinnntf ot sirnt.3cecUTe saarn-.
rr. Dfjricl decay, arersijs to aorletr eonfTition of
I Inns, lusaof saxoal powar.aiyQt loaaos.rendorina mar-
per.are Mmainal yeiiroO. tJommltiiUoa
r nLBii fnss and inr-iloL PasnptUat oaa
Hclna sxat by mall or express. Cure
Whurt doubt exista it Is frsi k 1 r atarad.
is. i GUIDE!
theory. sre!l told, a it la Iraa to lua, oa tha
Mantaood, Womanhood, l'nyicnl decny. Wbo ahotdd
of oallbacy and eicasa, and rn-iny more. Tbosa marrtad
OTContemplatiaumarriaKAsliould raid It then koep aa
dar kx-k and kr. 9 S ct-a. br mail in mmiTArM..
marry ; how Ufa and hauDtness may tw lairwmod : attnota
taya. Eng-liah Orn;ir;n-Frynch rqdand apoken.
RIPTIOH fill rm of flwmlwsml
CKSSsssxssazaxasjssassssasB WVU Ul lUrTBa, JiTNTfinil 'J CWQm.J
bftjciivtt Memory -and lisordrs brotucbtoo br Hlf-
AboMk. Aj droaTcirt bra th Imcred icou. Bt. Lsooial
Curaty nrt.6l9 8tuC!iaHw, fit. Ioqiaif Wo.
703 Chssnut 8t St. Louis, Mo. at old offioa,
eoutlaues so cure TjrzaaUirrhcea. Bmlaal Wssa
neaa, Impotanc-y.al 1 forrjia of By-phtiiaXoaorrhcaa.
61eet. Urlnarr or Bladder clieac. Iteoent oaaea
sarad tn a few days. All tha duwoMS reuniting front -sctlf-abDa,axcmsaorexpoaura
earsd for life with safe
sneoinrna. aarw. stms. wiomrswa low. vuai or w
la atrsct ennfidaooa. B7mrtom Book for two ati
eaaoiorriav aarw. stms. u!ir.M inr. I Ail or write
Moon for two atamp
ratUsd X817 tt 13 S. 8U Stnet, ST. 1073, JO.
'IUE PkTsieisas ia cbars of thia old and w.ll knew
i iostitntloa are regular irradaataa in awdtctsa aa.
.nrtt-xj. Years of STxperienoe id tha treatment t
Chronie Diseases bar. to via tb.ir skill and ability.
much saparior to that of th ordinary prattitioner.
:hf.t tboy bar. eequired a actional raputatioa throui i
bur treatmant or rornplicated raUM.,
o( toe slnerl, sista sr bonrs, treated with mcfw,
on scicnliac prtsoiplaa, without uamf Marcaryor u.L..
poisonous atadictBea and at moderate expense.
YQjJHO PI FM soi those of middle ae fcn iri
' iiwsaaaiBSMawa snffariaa; from orsraxiic w K
neae that nnflts its Ttrtims for tmaiaaaa or tuaxru-;. .
trmonendy eared, a mfd.t espeoae.'
KAlTJi TnXi? ! iTiS I but
GrMuau coaiuiL.1.0. ii prri.rr.a, ,i.n s is FREE ara u., :.
st s4 .oestiwM ss be aaswr.4 tr pari.au smttiam tmir. ,."
aaaitW fr.. 1. a.y mdArtm w, appilcalwa.
Crsrisai sasrterra asar.aasSsaa taetrasdrass.
aa4 Uara aw.iai.. s. tair aaTaatsea. Itte aasa irawT
tyoaomanisM.n, nrtt'ij nasianmL aad abaaia h. .a
Dai. BCTXa. la Nerta ta at,;. feJa
sale. Over "iOO li.inela uuwn (.
V ii ti tH i rut t'. T..r. ,
:nrtiit.' l t :.-niii-, -r,
Ikifs .it 1' ftlsf-. H--i fu' I lTi 1
T 'a't'lT'i; 'jVlfl rt it V iff tf
u4 teartmen wlthet
rrl rli. eiiC. etitTTlnnB
tn. ifirstt, eed dit-etlMHii lur
Viv i 'i.-e-. I:ivmIiI'! to Vni lor ft. Adrf
ut l r t'wer beeda, riaale.
) M. f ;.HKY A CO etroit, Mich.
The majority f the ills mf th Asmsa
body mrite from a derangement mf Iks
Liver, affecting both the ttmah and
ho ire It. 2 m order to effeet a cure, U is
necessary to remote tho cause. Irresu
lar and Sluggish action of the Bowels,
Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Pa
in the Back and Loins, etc., insfieate that
tho Liver is at fault, and that nature re
quire assistance to enable this organ to
thr&w off impurities.
Irlcllly Ash Islttcrs orpef7fs
compounded for this purpose. They are
mild in their action, and effective as e
euro; are pleasant to the taste and taken
easily by both children and adults. Ta
ken according to directions, they are e
safeetndpleasant cure for Oyrepla,
General Debility, Habitual Con
atipatlon, Diseased Kidneys,
etc., etc. Jlea Illood Tnrifler they
are superior to any other medicine
cleansing tho system thoroughly, and
imparting novo life and energy to the in
valid. Jt is a medicine and not
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