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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1876)
"I1"AT TH. I. WXOU'ft.
r r.KOK'.K M'IKiAUl.
wiiet. teTe.-ii " ,"1 ' MI "P :" ""
I'm a lifter MtKlfit ttian students all,
Kor I never lean tin tt darkness rail.
Ami I never read without, iny slaves,
.Andtliat Is how my wImIoiu pass..".
I can see tin wlnil. Now who ran do that?
I k-Jli-!re;iii)s that he has In his hat:
I set hlui snort ins tlifin out as he ro-s
Ont;it his stupid M trumpet-nose.
Tin tlioiinand tilings th.tt you coiiMn't tlilnlc,
I write tiicm dow n with pea and Ink.
Yon may call t: I-a ml tr.; I rail It wit.
Who else ran watru the lady-moon Mt
lialrblOK H'r lioatt atil tin loiii'-Iej-j-eii foul.
On her nit, the, t-a, a'l tili;lit.-!ul the. owl?
When tbr oyTr ?; to tin; li- rote
Shecratns a pearl down earn stupid throat.
So you sep I know you may pull off your hat;
Whether round and loll-., or square ami flat.
You can nevi r do tn-ttT than trust to in'-.
You may itiut 'ur - a Ion; as I .
While you live 1 will lead .u. anl then-I'm
the owl -nilmry
jou uln-Iy with inj hpade. ami show.
"I wouldn't marry tin; best man that
And sh inr-ant it, or what answers
the s.uin purpose, she thought she
mount it. A ft-r all, liow few of us ever
risilly know what we do mean?
"I engaged inys-lf once when a tfirl,
and the simpleton thought hi ownwl
me. I soon took that conceit out of
him, and sent him about his business."
The voic; was now a trille sharp.
"Whnt wonder, with so galling a mem
"X man shall ever tyrannize over
m never.! What the mischief do you
suppose is the matter with this sewing
"Annoyed at your lo;ic, most likely,"
said my friend, a bright-oyod young
matron, as she threaded her needle.
".My husband is not a tyrant. Miss
"I am glad you are satisfied," was the
It was quite evident by the expres
sion of the dress-maker's face that she
bad former 1 her own opinion about my
friend's husband, and was quite compe
tent to form ami express an opinion on
.Miss Kent was a little woman, as fair
as a girl, and as plump as a robin. She
wasn't ashamed to wrvii that she was
forty years old and an old maid. She
had earned her own living most of her
life, and was proud of it. Laziness was
theoncsin .Miss Kent could not forgive.
She was a good nurse, a faithful friend,
and a jolly companion; but stroke her
the wrong way, and you'd wish you
hadn't in much shorter time than it
take me to write it. Tier views on all
subjects were strikingly original, and
not to be combated.
"What are you going to do when you
are old?" persisted the mistress of the
"What other old folks do, I suppose."
"Hut you can't work forever."
"Can't say that I want to."
"Xow, Miss Kent, a husband with
means, a kind, intelligent man"
"I don't want. I don't want any
man. 1 tell you, Mrs. Carlisle, I wouldn't
marry the best man that ever lived, if
lie was as rich as Cnesus, and would
die if I didn't have him. Xow. if you
have exhausted the marriage question,
I should like to try on your dress."
That there was something behind all
this I knew well. .My friend's eyes
danced with fun; and as Miss Kent
fitted the waist she threw me a letter
from the bureau.
"Head that." she said, with a knowing
look. "It may amuse you."
This is what the letter said:
"My I)i:.i: Jknmi:: I shall be de
lighted to spend a month with you and
your husband. There must be, how
ever, one stipulation about my visit
you must promise to say no moreabout
marriage. I shall never be foolish
agaui. Twenty-live years ago to-day 1
wrecked my whole life.
"Helter embark in a new ship, hadn't
he?" put in .Jennie, sotto voce.
"So unsuitable was this marriage, so
utterly and entirely wretched have been
its consequences, that I am forced to
believe the marriage institution a mis
take. So, for the last time, let me assure
you that I wouldn't marry the best
woman that ever lived, if b- so doing I
could save her life. Your old cousin,
"Rich, isn't it?" said .Jennie, and then
pointed to the chubby little figure
whose back happened to be turned.
I shook my head and laughed.
"You'll see," continued the incorri
gible. "See what?" inquired Miss Kent,
quite unrware of our pantomime.
"That particles which are chemically
attracted will unite. Of couse an alkali
and an acid don't you think thissleeve
is a little too long. Miss Kent?"
"Xot after the seam is off. Hut what
were you saying about alkalies and
acids. Mis. Carlisle? The other day at
Professor Eoynton's I saw some won
"Did they succeed?" inquired Jennie,
"So will mine. I never botched a job
in my life."
"I don't think I quite understand
you said Miss Kent, perplexed.
"Xo? I always grow scientific when
talkinsr about marriage, my dear."
"Hother!" was all the little woman
said, but the tone was much better
natured than I expected.
The next week Cousin Mark arrived
and I liked him at once. An unhappy
marriace would have been the last
thing thought of in connection with
the gentleman. He had accepted the
situation like a man. Jennie told me,
and for fifteen years carried a load of
misery that few could have endured.
Death came to his relief at last, and
now the poor fellow honestly believed
himself an alien from domestic happi
ness. Singular as it may appear, Cousin
Mark was the embodiment of good
health and good nature; fifty, perhaps,
though he didn't look it, and as rotund
and fresh in his way as the little dress
maker was in hers. As I looked at him,
I defied anybody to see one and not be
immediately reminded gf tJie other.
True, he had more of the polish which
cornea from travel and adaptation to
different chases and individuals, but
he w;w not a whit more intelligent by
nature than was the bright little woman
whom Jennie had determined he should
"I was surprised you should think
necessary to caution me about that.
Cousin Mark," cooed the plotter, as she
stood by his side looking out of the
window. "The idea of my being so
ridiculous!" and in the same breath,
with a wink at me, "Come, let us go
to my sitting-room. We are at work
there, but it won't make, any difference
to you, will it?"
Of course Cousin Mark answered
"Xo," promptly, as innocent as a dove
alKnit the trap being laid for him.
"This is my cousin Mr. Lansing.
Miss Kent," and Mr. Landing bowed
politely, and Miss Kent aro.v, dropped
her scissors, blushed, and sat down
again. Cousin Mark picked up the re
fractory implements, and then Mrs.
.Jennie proceeded, with rare caution and
tact, to her labor of love. Cousin Mark,
at her request, read aloud an article
from the J'omlur Snn;c Monthly.
drawing Miss Kent into the discussion
as deftly as was evenly drawn into the
web of the spider.
"Wlio w;is that lady, Jennie?" Cousin
Mark inquired in the evening.
"J)o you mean Miss Kent?" said
Jennie, looking up from her paper.
"Oh, she is a lady I Jiave known lor a
long time. She is making some dresses
for me now. Why?"
"She seemed uncommonly well posted
for a woman."
I'nder other circumstances Mrs. Car
lisle would have resented this, but now
she only queried, "Do you think so?"
and that ended it.
Two or three invitations to the sew
ing room were quite sullieient to make
Cousin Mark perfectly at home there;
and after a week he became an familiar
"If you are not too busy, I should
like to read you this article;" and this
is what Miss Kent would say:
"Oh, I am never too busy to be read
to. Sit down by the window in this
comfortable chair and let's hear it."
After a couple of weeks, when the
gentleman came in, hoarse with a sud
den cold, Miss Kent hustled about, her
voice full of syiiipathy.aud brewed him
a dose which he declared he should
never forget to his dying day; but one
dose cured him. After this, Miss Kent
was a really wonderful woman.
Ay, .Jennie was an archplotter. She
let them skirmish about, but not once
did she give them a chance to be alone
together her plans were not to be ii
stroyed by premature confidences
until the very evening preceding Cousin
Mark's departure for California. Then
Miss Kent was very demurely asked to
remain and keep an eye on Master Car
lisle, whom the fond mother did not
like to leave quite alone with her nurse.
"We are compelled to be gone a couple
of hours; but Cousin Mark will read to
you, won't you, cousin ?"
"Certainly, if Miss Kent would like
it," replied the gentleman.
The infant Carlisle, thanks to good
management, was never awake in the
evening, so the victims of this matri
monial speculation would have plenty
of time. The back parlor was the room
most in use during the evening, and
out of this room was a large closet with
a large blind ventilator, and out of this
closet a door leading to the back stoo
and garden. Imagine my surprise when
1 was informed that Mr. Carlisle was
going to lodge, and that we after pro
fuse warnings about the baby, and
promises not to begone too long, were to
proceed to this closet overlooking the
back parlor via back gate and garden.
In vain I protested.
"Why, you goose," laughed Jennie,
"there'll be fun enough to last a lifetime
John wanted to come awfully, but I
knew he'd make a noise and spoil every
thing, so I wouldn't let him." The wily
schener had taken the precaution to
lock the closet door from the outside,
so there was no fear of detection. On
a high bench, as still as two mice, we
Cousin Mark (:is if arousing from a
protracted reverie) "Would you like to
have me read ?"
Miss Kent "Oh, I'm not particular."
Cousin Mark "Here is an excellent
article on elective affinities; how would
you like that?"
Jennie's elbow in my side almost took
my breath away.
Miss Kent "Who is it by?"
Jennie (clear into my ear) "That's
to gain time; see if it isn't."
Cousin Mark "It's by a prominent
French writer, I believe."
Miss Kent"! don't think I care for
a translation to-night."
Cousin Mark "Xor I ; nor reading of
any kind. This is my last evening in
Xew York, Miss Kent."
Miss Kent "I hope you've enjoyed
Jennie (into my very head this time)
"She's as shy :ts a 3-year old colt."
Cousin Mark "I didn't think I should
feel so sorry about leaving."
Jennie "He is the wreck, you re
member." A long pause.
Miss Kent "I think I hear the babv."
Cousin Mark "Oh, no. You are fond
of babies, aren't you, Miss Kent?"
Xo answer from Miss Kent.
Cousin Mark "I have been a very
lonely man, Miss Kent, but I never
realized how lonely the rest of my life
must be until T came to this house."
Jennie" Oh, how lonely!"
Cousin Mark "Xow I must return
to my business and my boarding house.
Think of that, M;ss Kent boarding
house boarding house for a man as
fond of domestic life as I am. Miss
Just then we very distinctly heard a
little kind of a purr, which sounded
Very much like a note of intense sym
pathy from Miss Kent
Cou.-m Mark "I have friends :n an
Francisco, of course, but no fireside
like this, noliody to care for me if I am
ill, nobody to feel very badly if I die."
Jeimie-'That'll fetch her."
.Miss Kent (voire a little quivering
"I wish you lived in San Francisco.
You could always call upon me if you
iJerinie in convulsions).
Cousin Mark (abruptly) "If you will
go to California with me Miss Kent, I'll
wait another week."
ML-.S Kent "Why, Mr. Lansing, what
do you mean ? What would folks .-ay ?"
Coti.-in Mark "I don't care for lolks.
Miss Kent If you will o we'll
have a house as pleasant as money
can make it. You shall have birds,
and llowers. and horses, and all lie
scientific monthlies you want deuced
if you -diant ami you shall never sew
a stitch for anybody but mv.t Will you
be my wife?"
Just then Jennie and I stepped up
another peg. and there was that little
old maid, who wouldn't marry the best
man that ever lived, hugged close to the
man's breast who wouldn't many the
bent woman that ever lived, not even to
save her life. We came away then, but
it's my opinion that the remained in
just that position till we rang the bell
half an hour after.
"How did ou know?" I asked of
"My dear," she answeied, "my whole
reliance was ujhiii human natuie; and
let me tell you, goosie, whatever else
may fail, that never does."
"Why, Miss Kent, what makes your
face so red?" inquired Jennie, upon
entering: "and. Cousin Maik. how
strangely you look! your hair is all
"And I hope to have it mussed often."
said Cousin Mark boldly. "Miss Kent
and I aie to be married next week."
Jennie laughed till her face was
purple, and when I went upstairs Miss
Kent was pounding her back. liar
Letters of Washington.
Four hitherto unpublished letters of
President Washington's have been
stored away and overlooked in the
Museum of Leicester, Lngland. They
are addressed to Mrs. Catharine Macau
lay (Iraham, of Hracknal, Herks. Kng
laud, and are all dated in the year 17ii.
She is believed to have been an author
ess, and closely related to the Macaulay
family. It is supposed also that she
lived at Hochley Temple, about six
miles from Leicester, the home of the
famous Zachary Macaulay, one of the
first antagonists of slavery, anil the an
cestor of the late Lord Macaulay, and.
as some of Washington's ancestors are
buried near Leicester, the acquaint
anceship may not be difficult to trace.
The most interesting of these letters
is dated Xew York, Jan. ., lT'.H), and
contains reference to Washington's
elevation to the head of the new He
public, and a statement of his views
upon theestablishmenrof the new Ciov
ernment After statiiig that nothing
short of an absolute conviction of duty
could ever have brought him upon the
scenes of public life again. Washington
states: "The establishment of our new
Covernmcnt seemed to be the last great
experiment for promoting human hap
piness, by reasonable compact, in civil
society. It was to be, in the tirt in
stance, in a considerable degree, a gov
ernment of accommodation as well as
a government of law. Much was to be
done by prudence, much by concilia
tion, much by firmness. I al
ways believed that an unequivocally
free and equal representation of the
people in the Legislature, together with
an efiicient and responsible Kxecutive
were the great pillars on which the
preservation of American freedom
must depend. It was indeed next to
miracle that there should have been so
much unanimity, in points of such im
portance, among such a number of
citizens so widely scattered and so dif
ferent in their habits in many respects
as the Americans were." The remain
der of the letter is occupied by a s.ate
ment of the condition of the country
and topics of a social character. Pho
tographs of the letters have been re
ceived at the Centennial Exposition.
TilflMA(i. liKVin, Solicitor of Patent- of the
Io-.va l'ATKNTOKKICK, al De Moltif.. report tbe
follow lug L. S. I'ateuts Issued to Western iuvent-
OCTOIIKR 3, 1ST(5.
lmtter "Workers Francis (1. AVyn
koop. Cedar Falls, Iowa. A trough", a
frame to slide thereon, a slide in this
frame moving by means of levers, and
carrying a revolving pressor at its lower
Apparatus for Setting up Ships' Kig
ging Thos. F. Hall, Omaha, Xeb.
Automatic dates F. C. Stephens.
Albia. Iowa. The gate is suspended
upon a rod pivoted at its rear end to a
post, and, when said rod is elevated by
levers and connecting cords, the gate
slides off upon it. By means of weights
and cords the rod is bromrht faced to its
horizontal position, and the gate glided
to its closed position.
Hand power for Propelling Vehicles
Lucius II. Converse, Shenandoah. Iowa.
Washing Machines Alex. H. Dicka
son and Elias A. Barrett, Lyndon,
Razor Backs Hiram A. Dow, Quarry.
Iowa. The back of a razor blade "is
provided with parallel strips connected
to either side by lu:s and plate springs
there is also a suitable sliding rod haviiiir
thumb piece and downwardly project
ing lugs, the construction, by complex
means, serving to expand the casing or
false back of the razor, to permit the
more easy sharpening and bringing to
a satisfactory edge.
AVagon Break Levers Edward Engle
and Henry 11. Snaverly. Muscatine,
Artificial Stone Compound Tacob
Kormanu, Dubuque. Iowa.
Cultivator .John I'alver. Kl Dorado,
Taper Cutting Machine AVm. T.
Shaffer. Fremont"". Xeb.
Weather Mrips W. B. Mnyth. Hol
Three-Horse Eveners Henry Spu
nausrh. henandoah. Iowa.
Machinery for Crimping the Upper t
lor Boots and Mioes diaries a.
Wheeler, Burlington, Iowa.
The "West and South have spent in
Eastern railway travel this year the
snug sum ot 825,000,000.
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The Fpiseopal miniMtcis of Boston
have it-sohed that "the tunc h;is coii
when this Church should make oer
tui'es to other IhmIii's, and invite them
to aconsidcrationof what jHimis- it m.i
be necessary to have settled to bring
about unity among all who be ar th
The claim of M try Ann Foster upon
the Singer estate has been compromised
for ST'i.ooo. The whole value of the
property is :?1U",".'MH.
Tlio ISt-it I'rulrlo I, oil-. In Iov.tt anil
For sale by the I'.iki.ino r- ,v Mix
.-ri:i Hivn: If. IL Co.. on Ten Yeats'
Credit at t per cent, interest. One
million acres in Iowa and ."southern
Nebraska. The tinest country in the
world to combine Farming and Stock
Raising. Products will pay for land
and improvements long before the prin
cipal becomes liie. Large discounts for
cash. ZfT For circulars that will de
scribe fully these lands, and the terms
of sale, apply to or address. Lam
CoMMi"H)Nri:, Burlington. Iowa, for
Iowa lands, or Lincoln. Xeb., for Ne
The most prompt :uid etlectual rem
edy now in use tor the cure ot Coughs.
'olds. Fain and Tightness in the lungs.
Typhoid and Lung Fever. oreuess or
Lameness in the chest or throat. lea
sles. Whoopingcoiigii. etc.. is Wam
nr.i.i's Colon ui i. (let a bottle
and try it at the lirst attack of a cold,
and our word for it. oii will not be
without it afterwards.'
Iff As liojit- Is t In- tx-it jiiiTl.iote for misfortune,
so ou will tin. I Kilerfs lil'lit l.lirr l'lllstlu
best aiillil-iti- for your ailment-.
I iiiII:iii:iiM, liul.
This city has now a population of
upwards of one hundred thousand, and
is rapidly building up. There are thir
teen different lines of railroad center
ing there, with others projected, which
make it one of the great railroad cen
ters of the country. Her business men
are enterprising, and spare no pains to
makethecityoneof the most attractive,
as it is seen that it is one of the finest
laid out cities anywhere in the West.
As an evidence of the enterprise, hr
hotels aie first-class. We found a home
at the lleiny Hotel, which is tirst-class
in all its appointments. This house was
built the lirst of this year, a four-story
brick of seventy-live rooms with all
modern improvements, furnished
throughout with the I in est of furuituie.
u inoddle of neatness from top to bot
tom, and is well disciplined. The loca
tion is in the finest part of thft city,
on Meridian and Circle streets, fronting
on Circle Bark. Indianapolis may well
be proud of this palace hotel, the
"Ilemy." W. I. Sapp. A. Jackson, and
II. M. Clark, the proprietors, are old
hotel men and understand well the
wants of the traveling public. Mr.
Sapp. formerly of the Bate;' House,
and Mr. Clark, are among the oldest
hotel men in the city. In visiting Indi
anapolis, don't fail to stop at the Ilemy,
and our word for it you will feel at
home, and will be well cared for.
The llrv-unt .V Mr.ittmi JmliiiuHpoils Itu.
neH Col let-mill TtIicniIi Institute.
This old and well established school
is now thoroughly remodeled and re
fitted, and is supplied w ith th- very best
practical talent and professional ability
in the whole country.
A good business college: one capable
of imparting a thorough practical edu
cation is never, and can never be tound
only in the hands of educated and ex
Prof. Kennedy, the principal of his
other side of the Atlantic. 1 1 is oraeti-
s.,1 ,..i- iii .-
cal work on book keeping is siulieient
to establish h?s reputation sis a teacher I
of the business sciences. Prof. J. Tal- I
I'lfWo ni -i cIinrr.Ie.iT.il uriKir .,nur....,r I
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and penman, stands unrivaled in these
specialties Irom one ocean to the other, i
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I he services of other dist'iiiruished
teachers have been secured, and no ex- !
ense will be spared to make
college the most thoroinrh of its kind
in the "W est. See their card elsew here.
Prf. W. I'aiiie. A. M.. M. I.
The Profejor U the ajttior of nnmerotis
tantlir.l worii o-i me i-in nl turs-ry. an 1 a
Professor In ilieren: Meli.al Coileces. f.ir up- j
wards of tweitv veir-. ll- 1 tne oririai rjit-
cures every ce Kor jpertal meil'eal or ur?ic.il
tre.ittien:. address or anp'r to Zf. North "th reet.
r-hlladelphla. Pi . or'l ttVsI W".ijnin:n street,
Chicago. 111. Advice free.
rZTnel- Sam" Condition Powder prevents
se. impure Mood, ttnprovt- the appetite,
give? a smooth, nd sIo- coat of hitr and Veep
the horse In sod condition.
rJT"The man who should cast a sreenbaek Into
the fire would be thought foolish Is he any
more so than the u.3n who bays a cheap and well
nlph worthier? oil for his hi harnc-s. when he
can pet Uncle Sam's Harness ell. sthe. best leather
school, received a thorough eolletjiate i (jj (j Ironing Board. ,
education, (classical, mathematical and tX&?zT TaV' i
seieiuuiej in me uesi eoiieires at Uie ' no aiij'i e cnjny nr "',.'. '.,
He for th-lr m:.in: ami t. ."ive .le-rtif-tion. I'll li ,J'?,"r lP JI-kv rrcKiir Vf Z ' t .-
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thebCMir. IIULIve. lieiiovarorl-il!-. isrets tH-r e will r-o-.trac; :o raj aO travels ar ,: .hef rx. -C3 - -
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iJowei t otiipi.un! i:- so preta.-.
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use m ca?eo;" . .1 . t.. '.Ahu low-v
such lis lii.irr'.ei. Ietery, Flu .
citoifnilT''!. r I- 'immation of the j
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Farmers using !?. riuiinp..u Imr '.
Hig B;ng. ran obvi.ito th ncrtn u!.
tion of dirt on t"p of Ud fvtjfw w-
inserting the rmi; .. us to tmn.'tf
wtss bar tn front of Un nw mn . n
on top. .Many farmers us the V an
pio: with crs Kir in front of th .
altogether. The iJouKf Uing w ,
carefully isrte,l is the !- Hoc ! i:--tn
the market. iLhavin? te -'..it ; ; ',ii
m the in -. The Brown .'nz'-
cLSCS Oil the Qlll't If of lit- I.r.
the ltesi sing!- rnitf. ClliM'
(ri.M.w. Detnlur. Illinois. ar
facturers. They also in.muf u'tv
Eagle Bill Com IIuhLiT. thr- fit
You can cure the .iru ami !' -r
-nier by using one lnt!le of r
r ii t !' .ii;i: vV Ft n: !: it t .an
bv anv othur retnulv. Takt- oi .'it
of W m i in.is Ll KK I'll Is it k'K j
and comnieiicothe "-l-l u if nrxt i.. n. t
mg aceording ti directions. Kntirt-U
vegetable an-l safe. For s.tb- a.i. '
Ir. li-lFf.K. f ilr r'!i.t : Britlfc
aui Atii-i't"!i n.sti'tits Teiit) -rs in.
tiring j.h irl.i'i Trr.tts .-.II (ll.ef uf tf Kil
tici . l.l.er l.uii.- Iletrf Throat, llra.1 ti.'
Nrro-j4 jttin 1 rr -r n Yoiilti aikI AtmiI
.M.UitliMMl sij.-ressf ul' v !n-.-.l anil exr'.i nftrf
others tiave tal'ii-il ?! U rf-it fr ."irijr Mr .
Seiuttml Weaki.es, r j'n..te .li.e of ..ny kit. 1
or rh.iraeter fn- im.!rflali-.i..l .'..;i to rure I.
lUK-v.UI tSn.1 (f.(er tre.itiui-iit I.t illwam '
rull.tr I" tlirlr el .llif.ers -o,:s,lal,r- stltiui
for reji (.roniptly !is-ri.l
t'oi i r Ml "l-kkk. -!..! for rlrru'-ir Ait"
!n-s, ,.m k H.n ..r call m otUe. Ii: lVrr
tleel. ll.ieit;TL. nj.
'i-ti nipt lim I'an !- I io.-.I.
St IIKM'K - l'i I M-'M - Ki r
S HKNl K - "K H Kfl TM
KKSi K M VSKH.KK I'll!"
r tin onl meilii ' net :ii.n ui ur l'uimi..ui
I Iei-uetltl-1 :ile.Ii-net ttllt .!!! stop 1 roll.;'
111 iH'-.ltli the ite iMi of III J-atleiit . tl.4' I".V
il the llier. -.:..! the ir- ul.it I -it .-f the I.I...-I
hi-lllorrliai?1 follows .ii,.l In f.irf thet rl..t'ir
,i tloii of the rer- r.ri'is th.it . ausel lh r...ij;!i
I.ler I". mi). I. ilnt .tii.t Ii s'.ej.sl.i ;.re thrrsn-rt
f tuo-tlur-ls i.f the rnsjs of (.Titiiiri.n..!i
M.ltix persons -. m j.! .! n of .i dull laln In the .i-l-'otlstli.itloli.
e...Hi-.l tolit-ue ,.-ilfi In tile thoul.lrr
hl.nl--. f-ellnrfsof ilrow slrie-.. ,nl retf lestnr.a. tl.e
f."l lln he.il! on the .iiii,i. h. .i"rolUKiUltst
With :.i-l.l 1 1 .11. .1 hela-htsii; Up of -A t tut
'I liese i iuitoiiis usii.il! oiiirltite from rulltor
iltlr. I roti.itl"ti of thr -Ioin.il !, or n toi.i lit. r
1'ersntis :Ifei teil. If ttie take one or !
Ilia.-, eoM. .liul if thw rouuli In ther aes t-.
silihli-l.l, chi'i kf.t. III flli.l the ttom.t' h Itol tlvi-r
! ei. reTn.ili.lii.; t.irji.l .iii.l li..i.ive aih! i.
tu.'St to-foie iie .ire .IMiff t he ! u tis ;, re rv l:ia-s
of jort-s. ami tilrrrattst, the reiull uf Mhlrti is
-etietii-VN l-iilnionle --riip Is an "eSeet.'-iti!
u'!.lr!i ,och not i-oiit.tln o.imn r nthlnc .l''i
Ijti'it to rh.-i W a i-oiii;ti sti.l.li-nl-.
Sftlflii-kS --.i W.-.-l Tonli- llt4oI-ieit the f.Ml.
Illl.Xes isltti the t'.istrle Juli es of the st.'lnh. .11. t.
ilUesflon an. I le.ites ,i riveioois .i.etlte
W hell the tioiiels are r..stle. skin xallow or th r
s iniitoins otti.-rM.s- of ,i full. .its te'ele i. ,
si lietn k's .M.tmlrake nils are riiiilrel.
These ine-lli ii.-s are iie..ir.-. ..i.l t.v
.1 II Si II KM K A st"J
N I, r inter sixth .mil r 're.-t. I'hllr..
A nil are f r -ale t. all .ni..v'lts atl .le.iler.
Never s(iiaiuler a moineiit tor an- tirer
line of an hour, neither ilel.ty the iniriti.'ite of
Kllert'.i I.iillht I.Uer r-tlls
It w now .i.lmittf.l tn I..-t..rs. Or 'itrifts t r it
rnttiireil 1..01.;.. that lliiWK's sI'liINO I V I
Itl.I.T TICI ss'ls the tit-t a-nl e.isie,' k now -i The
Kai torj Is al Counrii Itliiifs. .. . Il.,x. 11.
1'orrriiptl ve .Use ises of the skin ilmIes nr.il
tiloteliet. Veif.-tltiels tlii;reatet retneily. as It re
moves from the s stem the proJurin ciune.
5?"Tliere Is tiotiett.-r r in.-.l i kii..Mi for rooitli..
rolils anil all htoii' lu.il 'omi'laliits t dan' I'll, r: s
KMr.ntof Tar :mI tt IM Cherr s' oiir.tr iu-.-!st
'llieCetitr.il Intlrin ir at lf..jiiai.l ti..'i
lll teil h) Kelitleluell of lotl .lie I sltr.estflll prtti -tire
'Hie atlllrteil flint them S. Illful. e.irrful Siel
kin. I. at.il their treatment rur.it iw in the hi. -lost
We have for sale a .scholarship good
for one year at the Mt. Carioll Female
Seminary. This scholarship includes
tuition and board for one year, a-.d will
be sold at a discount. Apply to the
Iowa Ii:ini i. Co.. I).-s Moiue.s. luua.
In all cses of iloutit le i.i to the site of m-rrj
ai.il In all casen uf nrhen ami iiatm fry Kllert's
OayllKht I.tve- l'lllt
.J" KAM'l ( ,i:iis. an sni.-s. w.th i.u-ie, in .
tmst iahl J it IIiiktei.S.i-,sau.l:.-ns i .. N V.
The Bryant A St rat ton l
Irdnwiis Basia&ss C i:ee ani Te,-.rrO 'c:-'J
No II Sontt, M.-rt. ll.lli tit 'IM- !'l !
titlieil srlieoj has in its Kai 'i" 'U- ' '
keener, the h. t iettma'i. t' n, i. iu, ti I
! eirr.iih ojieraTor. ,i'i I ri.,ti.ri i- i " t" ' -'
of iiviri" sl'urt hainl vritirs ..!,! f .r :r nar I
ami heronm ar.ju iltiteil with t.
KKNNMiV A IIK.I.rV
Ktii;ravitii?s ot UaM A
Wheeler. 1 1 '. A Ilfi
'lMrks ( li. tr... 2 rts 'I tn lot . i - I-. t ar.l
lieajiest srAK A 1ST Co.. Ni.hth yiet ;. I.v
rwtw,'' IU The rholrMt: In the worht Im-
mt.-m.m jiortert' orlres l-ir?et I orn '..ir. li
kinerlra staple art Ice- .L-asesoer ' .-l - 'ra.l
ntltmally lurreatliii; Agents .iH'. .i.f.
m .- .- j
forclrrular to Kol'.KKT ttll.I.s.
4 ii kts r,;!t H, r ,r "nr r." ,:,.r-
I li.iru T.AuV liiilnri.il.. . f .- ' f u T I T t (ufot I
r.ltl' i MITeJ.l -irilt .' v.-ir'e',.-s I". ' ill'
',-'tOo . ..-itii ul N:iiis.--i I T'i Nttiii N i
Cure anil Ailvt" o V ' r s" V " ' r s '
mSer from kriti Iiel.llti.t . t. rMn-
liooil. etc a ro;i rnxlt'l f r f ; -l
ilres 1 1 n .1 M I."tALL 6 r '" s'r-.t. .w
ork J o Itox M-
III 1IMI tr.ore l'-utiK n r ar.) ti r.. Vart W
fi TKIKr.l'.Al-HT s.,V 't e J'' ' ' I j
If Misa.i s.i.ar wM e rr.v'.,tif I
,f w.:i Mai: t. snuu)iA.Tl!i'.KAiHi' ,
ikk. v, ri:n .ieTerot. s:re: in-'". '
Mention tfls taper
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v I r t i'-ir. '-. 1 i'-r
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hctists.'-. r rr.r. -
fjws a w -; ;rj pier -t r.f Ha- et T- e-v. He- -
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sTVK AP.TIO. ..---.' T
I'liriTl lfl1' wanted imtcsfateir to
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Sr--clal and Kxrrlrcn:al Marhiaer-T. In all I
branches, address HILL A sIIEPAtfleOX.
Itockford. I1L I
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A u.l all thee-4srnti.il points th'it go
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