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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 1, 1887, South Haven, Michigan#5 r 4. I South Haten Sentinel. Kim lived Hsrry Booth Haven saturday. Michigan Angels. T a passing a wig Ali no ugh the Woodland and Down thro Urt the Meadows where the phase Aad leaves were rustling in the tool october air w Here the Wood was Lone with echoes and All was somber and Gray where the Fra re old alchemist. Autumn blew smoke aloft Tike Spray. And with his incantations. And his Horoscope and Art changed the leaves to fold and purple transforming every part and i Law All alone by the Roadside. Where the Prass was Crisp and dead a if id broken Lancea of Frost sri Tea. Where the grand onslaught had led Flowers wounded and dying ones and the Bright and i marvelled at the mystery wrought in the night. 1 thought of a dear ene wounded As the Flower Pone and forgot in the eve he bloomed to manhood in the morning he was not. Stricken and weary and troubled he bad borne the Burden Long ills Joya like leaves had faded and clogged the Channel of song. He passed away As the Garland. At the Ose of a weary night into the Mystic morning dawning beyond the height. And i wondered if a Angel had not taken i soul in its flight for he passed As music was falling and faded away with the night. I wonder if god does not pity the soul that is burdened with grief and at death Send Angels from heaven to the weary one with Relief the Angels Are Ever around us. They speak in the passing Bree re. They look with the Aye of Flowers. They Rush through the swaying Trees. There is nothing mean or common each life has its Romance fair and the souls of the dead Are around us and with us everywhere pc. L. Phifer we 6urret. Alimentary and undoubtedly Well meant if somewhat confused and inconsistent for instance the Constellation spoke of her As a a perfect blonde 1 and the Freeman As a a Brunette of rare attractions a the courier described her As attired in Black tulle and the Metropolis As in a Ball dress of Blue Satin but then a at has happened before and i can quite fancy the poor tired reporters becoming a Little confused. The important thing at this Ball after All was not what my Niece wore she is always Well dressed hut whom she met and the particular a i Rhomb was a Young army officer i will not name him beyond calling him Jack. I know him and i knew his father before him Tho Gallant old colonel whose life was Given to duty who served his country faithfully in Florida and Mexico and on the Plains among the indians and then Laid Down his life for her in one of the last Battles of the great civil War. He left his son his Good name and every one a s the youngster docs it credit general who fives in new York and who plays whist with me at the club says lie is highly esteemed in the and sure to make his Mark. If the limited express. Thoroughly Benoit. Satis ring Brief narrative was indicated to the present writer by by respectable citizen for whose to has pleasure in vouching. There occurred recently in and Between Washington and new York a series of events presume Day of interest and importance Only to those concerned therein. As the Public however would seen to have been treated to much misstatement and misrepresentation in regard thereto i think it time they were set right. A in the Early part of last season my Niece. Miss Dorothea Wesley aged Twenty was invited by a former school Friend to make a visit at her parents residence. No. 4cd2 z Street Washington d. A said parents being a retired naval officer who valiantly served his country in his time and his wife a lady of High social position and coming from one of the Best families in Maryland. Their House i am credibly informed is one of the social centers of the National capital and i have seen elaborate notices in the papers of entertainments there Given. My Niece is a very special favorite of my own arid although i say it who should not there is no prettier nor More attractive girl within the limits of the Bills of mortality. I was therefore greatly pleased when this invitation came to her and when die lit Fie Witch came tip and looked in my face with her pleading Brown eyes and told me she had no Seal skin Jacque to Wear sunday afternoons an Connecticut Avenue i do not hesitate to say that i gave her a Check Large enough to pay for that much desired article of clothing and leave a handsome surplus for kid gloves with i know not How Many buttons. The time came and i saw her off for Washington a party going to spend the Winter there. I could not accompany her myself for i was interested on the a a Long Side of the Stock Market Aid said interests needed the closest attention but from her own lips and from other Trust worthy sources i know All that happened in connection with her visit. Z Street is a very Good one and As no. 4002 is just it its Diagonal intersection with Oregon Avenue the throng fare in front of the House is very wide and the situation altogether pleasant. I Niece arrived just in time for a Large afternoon gathering there and assisted in the pouring of Tea which was consumed in coat Sid Erable quantities by those present thereafter she was fairly launch eur in Washington society. All seen to have joined in doing her Honor a old re a army any ill natured person should suggest that he ought not to to staying in Washington i would promptly refute his insinuations. There is altogether too much of this sort of talk when As a matter of fact Many officers who have neither Tho taste nor the Means for life at the capital Are detained there on duty and very much to their disadvantage. Then my Young Friend graduated so High in his class at West Point that he was assigned to the engineers and he has important duties in Washington. It was the most natural thing in the world that he should meet my Niece and be attracted by her. In fact when she went to Washington i wrote him a note suggesting that he should Call on Hor. She liked him too and he called the Day after the Ball and i dare say saw much of her subsequently. I doubt not that he drank Intro cups of Tea than were Good for him when she poured them out and danced with her whenever he could and happened sometimes to come out of St. John s Church jest As Slid did and walked up Connecticut Avenue with her. I would have done just so at his age. Indeed i remember but dear me this is not a Story about an old fellow like myself. What i mean to say is that he was quite right in doing what he did and i can not imagine Why he should not have asked her to ride with him nor Why she should not have accepted die invitation. The one with whom i find fault is that confounded stable Man who told her the horse she hired was perfectly quiet and steady. But i anticipate. Very few people in the country know How Beautiful Are the environs of Washington and fewer still Are acquainted with the splendid Road up the course of the Potomac. Why at its terminus and Only about big Theon Miles from the Capitol Are the great Falls a piece of scenery so magnificent that if it were Only a on the other Side you know a we would All save our Money and pack our trunks and crowd ourselves into Stuffy Cabins and endure nine Days seasickness in order to see it but inasmuch As it has the misfortune to be in our own country there Are few so poor As to do it reverence. Think of it Here Are Falls of Tho first order of wild Beauty close to the capital of the nation and not one person in a thousand knows or cares any thing about them. Moreover on the Way thither the Rovid and the Aqueduct which is its Raison do etre Are carried Over Cabin John Creek on a splendid Bridge the finest and boldest single Arch in the world and this is Well Worth a visit too. My Young Engineer naturally chose this destination for the ride being sure that even if the Young lady did not care for the big Arch she would love the Tine smooth Road and the picturesque views of the Beautiful Potomac. He was right too for As she has since told me she never enjoyed a ride so much in lick life. All went Well until they reached the Bridge which is very High above the Alrefai below but just Here my nieces horse stopped and began to rear and plunge. The Bridge has a Low parapet he backed toward it. Heavens i dare not think what might have happened. But in a second Jack was off his horse and his Iron grip on the bridle fairs. There were two others in the a arty curiously enough they non of silents army Aid Navy a Moers Mem id dip a Bers of Congress to Ltd Diplomatist. She received up a attention from the minister of Ltd Yin Ana and the charge do affaire a of Tierra Del Fuego could not Saj enough couched in very in be pvt it English in her Praise. She ent to afternoon a pleas a evening a card receptions a and dinners and when the president gave an official entertainment at the White House the minister of Guiana requested the pleasure of escorting her thither in person passed Het in at the diplomatic Entrance gave her Hii Arm for the presentation and conducted her to the particularly select space reserved behind the president and the ladies receiving with him. She went to die private galleries of both the Senate and the House Aud b Ard some of the speeches. I am not sure that she was Happy in her Days there for the Senate was discussing a Bill for the Relief of the postmaster at Blue Gulch California and in the House the member from Fosters Flats Illinois was straining his lungs and sawing the air in the attempt to demonstrate the peed of an appropriation in the River an Harbor Bill for the improvement of old Sledge Creek but then every thing was new to her and she enjoyed the feeble declamation of the honorable senators and members just As much As if they had been Daniel websters and Henry clays and their themes the Constitution Aid the Union. Indeed one would in Haw been surprised had my piece Aasi a Ordinary Girt if bar health bail setter us from ail this social dissipation and bar pretty Bead had been turned by the attention she received but then a he was not a 0 diary Girt at Sil and moreover they do not keep sorb late boars in ton As in new York. When the a Nannsy began which and am 1 am led to a Euven very apiece. Abet Ras Daly invited and at the first she attracted much attention. To her which be tin a Noretty columns of on4 they Wen Newt in Wash enough they had tagged a Little behind and they came up just in time to see the Rescue than which they declare they never saw a thing better done. Nothing you will say could have been better All round nor More satisfactory than this and there unfortunately is just where you will be wrong. In theory and in Arcadian Days the Brave Knight admires the fair Maiden and Breaks a Lance for her and rides furiously to her Rescue when Sho is assailed by foes and then when she is Safe at Homo to pays court to her and they Are married. And a live Happy Ever in real life and the United states and the nineteenth Century it is altogether different witness what happened in this Case. The Accident and Rescue were perfect Bonanza for the newspaper people and the interviewers kept the door Bell going at 4002 z Street Nnaji late in the evening. There were several special dispatches in the new York papers each one giving a wholly different account of the matter from All the others and this made the trouble As i shall show. I must Here state with some reluctance that i have never agreed with my sister in Law in regard to her views for Dorothea. When my brother and i came to new York As Young men we had Good education and fair abilities and a few dollars and we have both made our Way successfully As the world goes especially Roy brother who is of considerable standing in the business world. His wife married him when he had hut made beginning and what i do not like in Ber is her unwillingness to let her daughter do As she did. On the contrary a be is always looking out for some match which will be advantageous from a worldly Point of View first she made a dead Hetata supposed English lord who turned out to be s Liverpool drum Man then Elm picked ups person whom consider highly objectionable a Man of Well Folly Middle age who is Irp Mied to have made a Large mum on the Stock Exchange but who Ufi he pursue in reckless tactics which have been Bis Tor some time past will soon be a poor As jobs Turkey. I have heard some very hard things said of Bis management Greet a a management in my opinion of a Bell pout in Montana transportation company i fully to Sil i bags Beard in tvs Owanee my if a traded he May hold me Peno Tauy Ripon Roble. I Haerer thought a Mau of hmm unload his own Stock in tar Tom 4� Hll his associates a fit Sai Tor m my Niece and on this Point my Sirtl a Laar and myself had a serious disagreement in which of course she had the Best of me As her claims on Dorothea a Devotion Are undoubtedly stronger than mine. My brother could not be induced to interfere and accordingly this person Hose name 1 shall Call Simpson was speedily received and on familiar terms in Tho House. That Dorothea could like him i never once believed but i feared she would eventually succumb to the pressure brought to Bear upon her and be drawn into an engagement with this fellow. I was therefore greatly pleased when she went to Washington for that visit would take her out of the Way for some weeks at least and then All sorts of things might happen before her return. I Havo the highest respect for the press in general there was much of discrimination and ability shown in the interviews with to Anent Simpson and the Montana Poland especially for the sender of those special dispatches to new York about the Rescue of my Niece by Jack but had they known what mischief they would do i am sure they a hold have Short circuited All the wires Between hero and Washington before they would have let the news go Over them. The moment my sister in Law read the morning papers she sat Down and wrote eight crossed pages to Dorothea and a note to that confounded Simpson. He called that night and had a Long conference in the Library. In a Day or two More we heard on Wall Street that he was closing up hi3 contracts and going away for a while. Sure enough he took the train for Washington in less than a week. There is an excellent Railroad company which conveys passengers South from Jersey City and i have every reason to believe them rather Liberal than a a grasping and a a soulless although unlike Simpson i always pay my fare and do not ask for passes. They Send out two trains which they Call a limited expresses a one starting in the Forenoon and the other in the afternoon. The latter is called Why i know not the a a congressional limited and is a very fast train indeed. Simpson i am Given to understand expressed his Sovereign satisfaction with its Speed and its accommodations but he was playing euchre All the Way to Washington with a Man going Down to oppose the International copyright Bill and consequently took no heed of certain arrangements of the cars in route a circumstance which Lead important bearing As will be seen on subsequent events. He arrived Indue course and went to a hotel and the next Day he called upon my Niece who must have been any thing but Rie ased to Sec him. Luckily he had not succeeded in closing out All his contracts before to left new i Ork and he was so uneasy about them that be could not make a Long Call but fled in contingently to the local Agency of his brokers and sat watching the tape for hours i doubt not that in Tho estimation of society a nominally Rich Wall Street operator is a better a a catch for girl than a Young army officer though the latter be the worthy scion of a Long race of Brave soldiers and a s de did plucky Clever fellow himself so when it was whispered about Washington that Simpson had come people Shook their Heads and some men offered Odds on the Fellows chances. Jack however was made of too Stern stuff to be daunted by any rival the High he might be a second Monte Pristo and to kept himself Well to the front. He never made Simpsons acquaintance and simply i ignored his presence in Washington. It was at last decided that Dorothea should go Home on a certain thursday and Simpson of course arranged to take the same train the a a congressional limited and expected 1o escort her. He offered to secure the seats but was told that arrangements had already been made about them. It was very curious that it should be necessary for Jack to go to new York that same Day on government business. I do not know the name of the Superior officer who gave him the order but if he should Ever want a favor of me i would do it for him for he must be rare Good fellow. One of jacks corps also decided to go and the whole party Mot at the sixth Street station at about half past three of clock in the afternoon. There was quite a crowd of Dorothea a friends seeing her off. Including of course the minister of Guiana who brought a Large bouquet and the. Charge do affaires of Tierra Del Fuego who contributed a modest Box of Bonbons. In the Bustle i do not think that Simp Sofi saw the officers and it was Only when to entered the car that he found one seated on each Side of my Niece. Jack assures me that when he perceived him he was a fall broken up a and that when the first Shock was Over he w As in a fearful rage grew red in the face shut the window with a bang and scowled at Tho lobbyist from Way Back who sat next to him All son congressional by Way of expressing the feeling which Lay a quite too deep for word Quot As Wordsworth would say. Asked him if in this free country the was the ghost of a reason Why ayoung fellow like that should not fall in love with just such a girl As Dorothea and if he meant for one moment to be ungrateful to him to deny him a fair Chance to win her. He hardly gave me time to conclude but jumped up struck a tremendous blow on the old desk with his clinched fist and declared in stronger language than i have heard him use for years that he would do nothing that was not kind and Loving that he was no heavy father of the drama nor Stern Parent and that if he were about to choose a Mah he would like his Little girl to fancy it would be just such a one As Jack must be. He would like to see him he added and he should come to the House and be received of a familiar Friend and when could he meet him just then there came a Telegram from Dorothea saying she would arrive t it evening and As nothing could have been More opportune and i would not give him a Chance to change his mind i made him Send a message to his House Dine at the club with me and go to the train so nine of clock found us pacing the platform at Jersey City. The train had passed through the Baltimore tunnels crossed the Gunpowder and the Susquehanna and was approaching Tho shores of the Delaware. I doubt very much if Simpson had enjoyed the journey. He had spoken to my Niece but he could not get the seat next nor opposite to her she was talking constantly much to his annoyance to Jack and his Friend and Simpson began to realize that he was to see Little or nothing of her. The lobbyist next to him made him furious by mistaking him for a congressman from the Yeazle Bay District Wisconsin and asking his support for a Little Bill and he could not get a Telegram fro Rii Wall Street to inform him what had been done for his account just about this time the Young officers began the consummation of the scheme concocted by them which Calls for the heading of this Story. How they managed to make things work together As they did i can not imagine but their Success was Well deserved. I have said that when Simp went to Washington on the limited he did not notice certain arrangements in connection with that train. One of these which is carried out on Tho trip in each direction is the dropping win n near the Bridge leading to Philadelphia of a ear which is then drawn into that quiet City by a separate engine. This car is of course the rearmost one and on the Day in question it was behind that in which sat some of the persons concerned in this Story. At a certain moment jacks Friend left his seat approached Simpson introduced himself As having met him in Washington and entered into conversation with him. In Tho course of this conversation he casually mentioned that to had an acquaintance on the train who had just come from Montana and was not Only Well informed about All transportation matters there but also largely interested therein himself. Now if there be one thing in which Simpsons Small soul is wholly interested it is Montana transportation company and he quickly asked if to could meet the person mentioned. Of course this meeting was easily effected and took place in the rear car and in a closely shut compartment the Interior of which even the Brake nmn a rasping voice did not reach. Absorbed in his inquiries which were readily answered Simpson sat while the car stopped stood still awhile and then moved steadily on. Ten minutes later it again came to a Stop in the commodious station on Broad Street Philadelphia in the mean time the rest of the train was making just about fifty Miles an hour on the Way to new York and Jack was sitting closer than Ever to Dorothea and saying some thing which am told heightened the color on her Cheek. At All events she was blushing violently when her father and i met her at Jersey City. Well to make a Long Story Short. Jack a a captured everybody. Indeed i am disposed to retract any insinuations i May have made As to the disposition of my sister in Law for she not Only accepted the inevitable very gracefully but took the Young fellow into closest favor. I hear that he is to have a capital station not far from new York and i shall not need next autumn to go far to see my Niece. Moreover being fortunately a a Long of the Market in the recent Rise i am in a position to contribute substantially toward the latter Young persons exchequer Simpson although my sister in Law woman like was very cold to him when he called Enle out of the affair better than he had any right to expect. The Man from Montana really gave him Good a Points a and i hear that he was Well ahead on that particular Stop. Thus the Public will see that the sensational stories about this matter i believe Simpson had himself interviewed and started them All were without foundation and that every one should be thoroughly Well satisfied with the results of that trip on the limited . A. Hayes in Harper s Bazar. / % it and Dore an. F but no one paid the slightest attention to him. When the train emerged from the Navy Yard Tunnel there was Jack sitting by Dorothea As demure As you like and not taking the slightest notice of his surroundings. I must now change the scene to new York on the arrival of the tidings that my nieces visit was nearly at an end and Simpson would accompany or follow her to her Home. I went to my brother s office to have a serious talk with him about this matter. He is not a bad fellow and my Hopa was to make him act firmly and independently to put his foot Down As it were and i had a remarkable Success. I began by telling him what an escape the Little girl really had when she was Riding at Cabin John Bridge i asked him How he would have Felt if she had gone Over the parapet and headlong Down to the water Here he began to show emotion mid i would he to Kaov if be had made suitable acid now a Dement of his obligation to her Retener. He said he had not he had intended to do Day. But bad been prevented by one thing or another and Hifai wife assured him she had attended to the matter. I told him i liked that and did he know How she had attended to it by leading that miserable bump son Down to went Dorothea instead of letting her please herself j How Vod he have liked that himself when he was a Young Man then i told him that his daughter a a preserver was the worthy son of our old Friend whom he hid known even bettor than l i have an impression that i must have advice to smokers. Waxed quite eloquent at this Point i Favarger gives Sou id advice to those who smoke to obviate the danger of poisoning by Toby Cea he recommends never to smoke when the stomach is empty but always after a meal. In this Way the number of cigars smoked will be limited the nicotine will be made to act on a full stomach loss of appetite will be prevented and the ant Dotal a anti nicotine action of the Tannin contained in the wine Tea or Coffee of the meal will be obtained. Tannin according to Favarger is the Best antidote to nicotine. Smokers should avoid holding their cigars Long in their Mouths. Cigar holders should be frequently renewed and regularly cleaned. Smokers should smoke the Milder cigars occasionally instead of always choosing the strongest according to Erlen Meyer smoking cigars is vastly More injurious than smoking a pipe because the preparation of tobacco for the latter purpose destroys As much As two thirds of its Nicosia while the former loses but Little of its Active principle in the manufacture. A Boston journal of health. Home and farm. How about permanent farm improvements a professor Henry says that if Corn fodder k fed whole forty per cent of it will be wasted As compared with feeding it Cut. A no mouse or rat will gnaw through a granary surrounded with two thicknesses of Hemlock Board breaking joints. A Chatham courier. A Lemon marmalade take Lemons Peel and extract the seeds. Beil the Lemons until soft add the juice and pulp with a Pound of sugar to a Pound of Lemon. Boil to thicken. A Indianapolis Sentinel. A chocolate Cream cover half a Box of gelatine with cold water whip a pint of Cream grate two ounces of chocolate into a pint of milk set on the fire to dissolve and add the gelatine sweeten and flavor with Vanilla set on ice and stir until cold mix in the Cream pour in a Mold and set on ice serve with whipped Louisville courier journal. V a Charlotte russe take two pints of Rich milk and soak three fourths of a package of gelatine in it. Make a custard of a quart of milk one Pound of sugar and the Yelk of eight eggs add the gelatine and two teaspoonfuls extract of Vanilla. When it begins to congeal stir in it a quart of Rich Cream whipped to a froth. Line a Mold with stale sponge cake Sot on budget. A it often happens that for crops that Are grown in separate Hills such As melons and squashes not enough manure is allowed for fear of a burning up the plants. If plenty of Well rotted manure be used and the manure Well mixed with the soil there can be but Little danger of using too much. The difficulty with grass feeding plants is that not enough manure is used As a nil. A so Louis Jle publican. Cream puffs one cup hot water one half cup butter boil together while boiling stir in one cup sifted flour remove from fire and stir to a smooth paste Whon tool add three unbeaten eggs stirring five minutes. Drop in spoonfuls on buttered tins and bake in Quick oven Twenty five minutes. For Cream take one cup milk one Liaf cup sugar one egg three tablespoonfuls flour Cook thoroughly and flavor. When Cream and puffs Are old Cut open puffs with Sharp knife and fill with Cream. Bos ton budget an old Cook Book states that there arc two Hundred and thirty different ways of cooking eggs perhaps there Are almost As Many Vays of preparing and Flavouring any kind of meat. Again the Earth air and Ocean contain an immense variety of Birds fish Shell fish etc., that Are now Seldom if Ever seen on a table while others Are unjustly neglected by Tho Well to do As for instance the Mussel which contains mines of Aroma and is therefore valuable not Only per so but for Flavouring More or less insipid dishes. A Exchange. A in selecting a churn says t. D. Curtis be sure and got it Large enough. It should not be More than one third full of Cream if the easiest most speedy and most satisfactory results be desired. Do not give too Swift a motion. If you should do so you would prolong Tho time of churning if you would not prevent it altogether. Forty or fifty revolutions a minute is usually fast enough. Give just that Mownn to a revolving churn which will Cany Tho Cream to the top of the churn and permit it to fall with a washing thud. A Indianapolis journal a Indian Corn gives american banners a great advantage Ever europeans in storing ens Ilage u we can Grovr larger amount from the Corn Plant and at less coat than we can com any thing else. Yet ens Ilage is becoming a necessity in Europe although grass and other crops Are need for the Par a chinese Story danger from glanders. A disease that is to be feared As much a Small pox or cholera. The present facilities for transporting Stock from one part of the country to another though favourable to Farmer in Are productive of danger As they make it easy to disseminate contagious diseases. An example is afforded in the Case of glanders which was hardly known in Illinois till horses were brought into the state from various parts of the country in droves and carloads. The disease has recently become quite common and As it is communicable not Only to horses but to human beings and in the present state of medical science is pronounced incurable it is to be feared like Small pox yellow fever and Asiatic cholera. It is in fact More dangerous than either of these diseases As it spreads during All seasons of the year and is generally if not Al ways attended by fatal results. It appears among High bred horses kept in City stables and the wild ponies of the Mountain ranges and the Western Plains. It is believed to have its origin in bad treatment exposure confinement in filthy in Art Ere overwork and the breathing of vitiated air any of which May produce a depraved condition of the system. It occurs in two forms depending on the parts affected. When in Tho Lymphatic system it is called Farcy when in Tho nasal cavities glanders. The former unless arrested terminates in glanders. Farcy commences with hard swellings in the Lymphatic glands called Farcy or glanders boils which develop into ulcers which discharge pus. This end Tiou indicates incipient glanders. The disease is generally marked by three progressive stages unless the animal Dies before they All appear. In ail the stages there is a serious discharge from the nostrils More or less ulceration and a cough like that which is made for one afflicted with the Catarrh. In late stages of the disease the nasal membrane has a color like Lead the lips and eyelids Are swollen ulcers appear on different parts of the head the lungs become diseased and the system is feverish. An animal that was in Good condition May contract the disease and live for Many months being Able to work most of Tho time providing it is Well fed and cared for. During this to me it May communicate Tho disease to several horses and even the men who have charge of them through the medium of the pus that passes from the nostrils. A Chicago times. Lack of punctuality. Lack of punctuality in keeping All ones engagements is immoral because it is selfish. We Are too Lazy and intent on pleasing our Eufis to care for the convenience of Tox Poffi it is immoral because to be Lardy lit keeping t Uncial or business appointment is an insult to the person whose rights Are thus ignored. It is More Thau immoral it is us bred. It shown contempt for those courtesies that a to lid Ufa Poilu. Two m be Pefaur Ike Case when Lack of is shown in Public gather a Junto a origin of Tbs aae Leot custom of f9v�wta Rise it St Kunga. In the Days of the Shang dynasty some fifteen Hundred years before Christ there lived in the province of Shansi a most famous sorcerer called Chao. It happened one Day that a or. Pm aug came to consult the Oracle and Chao having divined by Means of the Tortoise diagram informed the trembling pm Ang that he had Bat six Days to live. Now however much we May Trust the sagacity and Skilton our family physician we May be excused if in a matter of life and death we Call in a second doctor for a consultation and in such a Strait it is not to he wondered at that pm Ang should repair to another source to make sure that there was no mistake. To the fair peae Blossom he went a Young lady who had acquired some reputation As a sorceress and to the tender feminine heart unfolded the Story of his woe. Her divination yielded the same result As chaos in six Days p Ang should die unless by Tho exercise of her magical Powers she could Avert the catastrophe. Her efforts were successful and on the seventh Day great was chaos astonishment and stir Grea a a Smor Tif cation and rage when he Metr Pflug taking his evening stroll and Learned that there lived a greater magician than he. Tho Story would soon get about and unless he could quickly put an end to his fair rivals existence his reputation would be ruined. And this was Bow Chao plotted against the life of peae Blossom. He sent a go Between to peach blossoms a parents to inquire if their daughter was still unmarried and receiving a reply in Tho affirmative he be fooled the simple parents into believing that he had a son who was seeking a wife and ultimately he induced them to engage peae Blossom to him in marriage. The marriage cards were duly interchanged but the Crafty Chao had chosen the most unlucky Day he could select for the wedding the Day when the a Golden pheasant was in the ascendant. Surely As the Bride entered the red chair the spirit Bird would destroy her with his powerful beak. But the Wise peae Blossom knew All these things and feared not. A i will go a she said a i will fight and defeat Thi Southern Croe pm when the wedding morning came she gave directions to have Rice thrown ont at the door which the spirit Bird seeing made haste to devour and while his attention was thus occupied peae Blossom stepped into the bridal chair and passed on her Way unharmed. And now the ingenious Reader knows Why he throws Rice after the Bride. If any interest has been engendered in his breast by this tale of the fair peae Blossom let him listen to what befell her at the House of the magician. Arrived at Chao s House no bridegroom was there but an attendant was Given her and the two girls prepared to pass the night in the room assigned to them. Peach Blossom was Wakeful for she knew that when the night passed the a Golden pheasant would be succeeded by the evil Star of the a White whose Power and ferocity who can Tell a go you to bed first a she said to the maid. The girl was soon asleep and still her mistress slept not but continued to Pace the room and at Midnight the Tiger spirit came and the morning Light showed peae Blossom still pacing the room while on the bed Lay the lifeless body of the Little maid. Thus were the magic Battles of peach Blossom and Chao and Many More were there until they took their flight to heaven where now they reign As gods. And on Earth the actors have not idols More prize than those of peae Blossom and Chao times. The honest stranger. How he made s Clear ten Dollar in a few moment. A have any of you found a banknote a inquired a Man in wild eyed excitement As he hurriedly approached a knot of loungers at the Union depot recently. A have you lost one a asked an elderly stranger of Bland and sedate appearance. A yes yes have you found it a a wait a moment. What was its denomination a a it was a fifty Dollar Bill a National Bank the stranger leisurely Drew a Roll of Bills from his pocket looked them Over took one out and passed it Over to the excited individual remarking with much urbanity As he did so a it is Well for you my Friend that it was found by an honest Man. I picked it up a few minutes ago and take pleasure in giving Back to von what i am satisfied is your a thank you sir thank you. Its my turn now to do the fair thing. Here a a ten Dollar Bill. You Shane to refuse it. Take it sir take it or a shall feel Hurt the stranger thus urged took the Money and Tho grateful individual walked off with Bis fifty dollars. He was considerably surprised to learn a few hours later that the Bill was not the one be had lost at All but a counterfeit he is now looking for the Bland and elderly stranger but there Are reasons for doubting his Success in finding Tribune. The extraordinary Peart know a the a a Southern Cross Pearl a is a Freak of nature which has not yet been explained. The Pearl was found at Roe Burn Western Australia and consists of nine pearls adhering together in the form of a latin Cross seven in the Shaft and two in the arms one on each Side of the Shaft nearly opposite the second Pearl from the top. The pearls Are slightly compressed like peas in a pod and no Trace of any artificial Junction can be observed. It has Heen suggested that a fragment of sea Weed May have got into the Shell and formed the Frame of the construction. The pearls Are of Fine Quality though slightly misshapen at parts and the value of the Gem is very High. Its character is unique and filled the owners an irishman named Kelly with superstitious Awe which led him to secrete it for some . A a alas How disappointment frowns a says an unknown poet in a ref cent Effort of his a when Hope most Bright is gleaming the stitches put in wedding gowns Are Oft but Idle seaming. A a Nashville american. A the ration a treatment or re Pocris a it adj of the causation i pathology varieties of hernia by a. A. H. Park a miss n tilt v the markets. New York 8�pc 2& live Stock cattle. 18 75 sleep. 8 75 hogs. 5 so flour Good to Choice 2 90 patents. Wheat no. 2 red. No. 2 Spring. Porn. Oats no. 2. Rye Western. Pork mess. Lard steam. Cheese. Wool Domestic. Chicago. Beeves shipping steers. Texan. Cows. Stockers. Butchers Stock. Infer or cattle. Hogs live Good to Cholee. Sheep. Butter Creamery. Good to Choice Dairy. Eggs fresh. Flour Winter. . Patents. Grain wheat no. 2 Corn no. 2 Oats no. 2 Rye no. 2. Barley no. 2 Broom corny self working. Hart. Inferior. Potatoes in. Pork mess. Lard steam. Lumber common dressed siding. Flooring. Common boards. Fencing. East Liberty. Cattle Best. Is it fair to Good. 4 a hogs yorkers. Is Philadelphia. 5 85 a 401 >60 Baltimore. Cattle Best .4�s 75 7 is itt 15 25 @16 00 6 82% 6 8714 n 26 @ 35 18 25 @ 5 25 too amp 8 75 1 75 % 8 00 1 75 @ 2 73 2 75 @ 3 73 1 75 it amp 2 75 4 4 amp 5 06 2 25 amp 4 50 13 is 23 18� 16 8 so 4 20 3 40 4� 4 20 4 00 if 4 85 71 41s 42 25 % 3 48 70 70�?~4 president of the common sense times of a a in this work we Are presented with an exhaustive and scientific treatise on the rational treatment of hernia from the pen of a specialist whose reputation is National. To the perfection of the truss and its proper application or. Parker devotes his entire time and efforts and it is therefore not surprising that he has produced so valuable a Book to All sufferers from hernia. The list of Poe Nhar cases described embraces Many of the most interesting which have attracted the attention of the most eminent surgeons of Tho Day in this country. To the sufferer from hernia it Point out the Road to sure Relief and in a majority of cases positive cure. As such we can cheerfully recommend it. The Book is finely illustrated and tastefully gotten the merchant traveller. This valuable Book mailed free. Address common sense truss ., 58 state Street Chicago 111. A Toast to an uninvited guest was recently Given As follows a May you in future be always Able to enjoy your own Picayune. A How to be Happy though married a get along without a hired girl a Syracuse Lerald. A horse who can talk everybody has heard of a a a horse laugh a but who has Ever seen an Equine gifted with the Power of speech such an am Mal would be pronounced a Miracle but so would the Telegraph and the Telephone have been a Hundred years ago. Why even very recently a cure for consumption would Nave been looked upon As miraculous but now people Are beginning to realize that the disease is not incurable. Or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery will euro it if taken in time. This world renowned remedy will not make new lungs but it will restore diseased ones to a healthy state when All other Means have failed. Thousands can gratefully testify to this. All druggists. A my bark is on the Saa a remarked of Man who sent his dog on traveler. It is Only the backers of beaten clubs who Call a base Ball league a Diamond ring. As clares the Tiger on his foes. Hemmed in by Hunters Spears and bows. And Ere he Bounds upon the ring. Selects the object of his so disease in myriad forms fastens its fangs upon the human race. Ladies who suffer from distressing ailments Peculiar to their sex should use or. Pierce s favorite prescription. It is a positive euro for the most complicated and obstinate cases of leu Corrrea excessive flowing painful menstruation unnatural suppression pro Lap a sus or falling of the womb weak Bac a female weakness a ant Eversion Retro version bearing Down sensations chronic congestion. Inflammation and ulceration of the womb inflammation pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with a a internal a pretty woman is like s Mustard plaster. She absorbs All a Many a Eustus Lake legion. Harvest excursion. The great Rock Island route R. I. Amp p. R y will sell oct 11th, Harvest excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to principal Points in Kansas Nebraska North Western Iowa Minnesota and Dakota. Limit 80 Davs from Date of Sale. For tickets or further information address e. A. Holbrook general ticket and passenger agent Chicago i1l _ it is Only natural we suppose that Tiller of the soil should dress in a seedy manner. A Emigrant to the West i do you know what oftentimes awaits you if unfurnished with medicinal Protection you can not Samy live newly cleared water Sodden soil on the Banks of Low lying streams unless you Are prepared to encounter malaria. Take with you or s to you or Send for. Hostetter a stomach bitters provided with which you can not Only bid Defiance to Miasma born disease but also to affections of the stomach liver bowels and kidneys. It also nullifies the effects of exposure to dampness and fatigue. It May seem paradoxical but it is a fact nevertheless that the Man who pursues the even Tenor of his ways never gets off his basal Poison courier. Harvest excursions. The Burlington route c., b. Amp q. R. A will sell on october 11, Harvest excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to principal Points in Nebraska Kansas Minnesota and Dakota. Limit thirty Days. Tickets and further information maybe obtained of any c.,b. Amp q. Ticket agent or by addressing Paul Morton general passenger and ticket agent Chicago Illinois. The fastest leg is thought to be the Waterloo observer. A Tiia twinge i you re rheumatic. Seek Relief from Glenn a Sulphur soap. Hills hair and whisker Dye 50c. The Best to be struck for Money is a very painful blow cat Arr credit differs from wine in this respect it does not improve with age. No stranger should visit the City without smoking a a Tan Siili a punch 5c. Cigar. The treatment of Many Tuocai Nulf 9 oapc8 w surgical has afforded a vast experience in tag and thoroughly testing remedies for toe i cure of woman a Peculiar maladies. _ i or fierce a favorite is the outgrowth or result of this great Ana a valuable experience. Thousands of testimonials received from patients and from physicians who Arrve tested it in the More mss rated and obstinate caws which had their a kill prove it to be the most wonderful remedy Ever devised for the Relief and cure of suffering women. It is not recommended a a a a cure All a but As a most perfect specific for woman a Peculiar ailments. A a powerful invigorating tonic it imparts strength to the whole system. And to the womb and its appendages in particular. For overworked worn out a u run Down a debilitated teachers milliners. Dressmakers seamstresses a shop girls a housekeepers nursing mothers and feeble women or. Pierces favorite prescription the greatest earthly Boon being unequalled dial As an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening Nervine a favorite prescription is unequalled Ana is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous excitability irritability exhaustion prostration hysteria spasms and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the womb. It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Or. Pierces favorite prescription is a legitimate Medicine carefully Oom pounded by an experienced and skillful physician and adapted to woman s delicate organization. It is purely vegetable in its composition and perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition or the system. For morning sickness or nausea from whatever cause arising weak stomach indigestion dyspepsia and Kindred symptoms its use in Small doses Wlk prove very beneficial a favorite prescription is a positive Enre for the most complicated and obstinate cases of Leuco Rhea excessive flowing painful menstruation unnatural suppression pro Lapsus or falling of the womb weak Back a female weakness Quot ant Eversion Retro version bearing Down sensations chronic congestion inflammation and ulceration of the womb inflammation pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with a internal As a regulator and promoter of functional action at that critical period of change from girlhood to womanhood a favorite prescription is a perfectly Safe remedial agent and can produce Only Good results. It is equally efficacious and valuable in its effects when taken for those disorders and derangement incident to that later and most critical period known a a a the change of a favorite prescription a when taken in connection with the use of or. Pierces Golden medical discovery and Small laxative doses of or. Pierces purgative pellets Litty liver pills cures liver kidney and bladder diseases. Their combined use also removes blood taints and abolishes cancerous and so Romulous he Mars from the system. A favorite prescription is the Only Medicine for women sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in i every Case or Money will be refunded. This guarantee has been printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully carried ont for Many years. Large bottles 100 doses $1,00, or six bottles for $5.00. For Large illustrated treatise on diseases of women <160 pages paper covered Send ten and cents in Stamps. 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