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upon a Xrbraska yrtarw alooe, xcp( 1W
ta prrwocv ot' a child, a yvar oU, whwh
tay asWp ta a njvie vraJV, wrtn and at
iSed. anv-ort:rctxs of want as of evil.
Shw to i;uijt the rviuru of her htw
taaJ. who had rtitiVn oq horaebaok twenty
r.: . : r.-tr-.x; tow to rurvhas- a
: - : t - .v thcrv wore af.y
iettora for taom ta the post-o.
The novo shown Uown utko an ondlesa
0Tpane of snow, which hid melted by day
ad froion !v ni '.t. ur:;:! it Uttetvd like
one vat lake of iov, and i u hard.
r . -. w as t a cloud in the sky the
moonlight was almost as bright as day
light; hat a keen wind went raoanttis:.
shriekini: and howling orer the endless
monotony of snow, as if all the invisible
rpirits of woe were let kxse. There is
alwars a wind oa the Nebraska prairies.
The woman, who sat by a table on which
a sum:;? lamp oarnevt, ana wno loot was t0 fo0
oa toe rvxrkrr ot tu eract'.e. reaa tor
awhile in one of the halt-dcseii books
pBai near at hand. Bat she had read
every word of each volume a hundred
times, and they could not wile ber into
even a momentary tvrretfulness of the
wind and snow the haunting wind, the
s:t . w. J .;-: then a b s: of a.r
shook the poor window as if determined
to coene in the door rattlevl th carpet
rose and fell and rose and fell along the
Im and a htdious concert of wails,
sitrhs and screams bevran in the chimney.
The woman pus her finders in her ears.
I: a i docs co: cease some time,
I shall mad !"' she said, and raeaut
what she said.
There was a lull in the wild music, and
then it began again afar off. faint, ghostly,
rushing ever nearer, until it broke over
the little Cottonwood cabin in a storm of
anger. Then there was comparative si
lence through which the nervous, long
suffering listener could hear a steady, im
placable force pressing, pressing agaiost
the west end of the house. She had heard
that dull wind pushing against her
home for days, weeks and months. It was
pressing agaiast her brain, too, and yet
she could not get away from it ; she had
no relief he endured torture.
She got up and went to the window.
There was nothing to logk st but snow.
She had seen that until it was hateful to
her; she could not bear the sight of it
She had co neighbors within the range
of her vision ; no forests only an occa
sional Cottonwood tree so loaded down
with snow that it made no break ia the
pall i iac Isca; e.
She had spoken to no one bat her has
band and her baby since some time in
November, when she went to the town
w some vara to knit stockings for the lit-,
The mo no to ay wis terrible, and becom
ing dangerdhs. In the daytime her hus
band, except on Sundays, was oat at work,
catting wood for the fire and attending to
odd triiics abat the prairie farm, which
he Lad pre-empted.
Their food was bread, molasses and
coffee without milk. It was always the
same that winter, with but few excep
tions, when some wild creature came in
the way cf the man's gun. They had no
cow, and butter was not to be had, for
Omaha then was a citv of canvas houses.
They had no money to bay the scant lux
uries which the new town afforded. It
had cost them their last dollar to immi
grate and to set up their cabin. They
had arrived too late in the summer to
raise a crop on the unbroken land they j
had not even potatoes.
The woman was pretty and young. She
had been reared in a comfortable Eastern
home, and been the pet and pride of well-
even in the room, trvinsj to blow the
flame of the lamp 04t.
She pressed ber kaads to each side of
"Hi, time frr Car." h mattered ;
11 be will be very cold H And she diverted
herself by putting in the stove two or
three sticks of the sof t fuel which burned
out so vjuk-kly and grave so little heat, that
tltre had already barn days that w tutor
wteu she thought she and the baby would
freer to death.
To vvcapy herself, and foryiet the wind,
she made an effort to recall some of the
incidents ot the autumn, while the world
was yet green. 8b smiled at the remesi
brancv of that day when, as usual, she was
all alone, her (tasbaitd miles away, and,
seeing a shadow fall on the floor, she had
looked up suddenly, to tind seven Indians
standing alvut her in the iwnt She re
ruemlvred how they endeavored to buy
the baby ; the horrid old chief, with the
white ban Jae on his head, ottered a i'. or
half dollar, and as she shook her head,
another and another, until he had ottered
all he had, ten ; how they tiled out, as
they hail come in, like phantoms, but
stopped at the wood pile to pick up the as.
and hammer which lay there ; and how,
rvaiiziig how necessary these tools were
to her husband, she summoned courage
the thieves and take them aw av ;
and bow strangely weak and faint she
found herself when she was sate in the
u-o again a::d the redskms out of sight.
Then this nervous lady shivered as she
recalled another day when an immense
s". ;;w feet long, dropped down by
the baby's cradle out of the rafters.
It was eight o'clock. Site heard the
horse's feet striking the hard snow, and in
five miuutes she opened the door to Char
lie. She took off his gloves and comfort
er, after he had put the animal in a shed
back of the cabin, and put more wood on
the tire, and in tremulous tones, as he was
warming himself, asked, ' Was there a let
No, Dolly, not this time ; but here is
a New York paper some one has sent you."
The kettle was boiling and she put the
coffee to steep, drew the table as close to
the stove as she could get it, put on it a
loaf of bread and the inevitable saucer of
Charlie was so hungry, with his long,
cold ride, that the bread and molasses tast
ed good to him ; bat on this evening, as
she did occasionally, his wife loathed
them. She drank a cup ot the coffee, aud
then read the paper aloud to Charlie.
Even the advertisements were interest
ing; their old life came np so vividly
before them, that for a little while, al
though bitterly disappointed not to receive
a letter, Dolly forgot the prairie wind and
toe prairie snow. Before the news was
all read, the baby awoke and was taken
up and fed on coffee and bread there
was no milk for the little fellow.
And thus the woman's days went on.
There was no variety in her life that win
ter, except that on 3londays she washed
out the soiled clothes, on Tuesday ironed,
on Wednesday baked bread. The wind
tore and raveled the clothes when they
were hung out to dry, even on the sunni
est days, and whipped the hems off the
sheets and tablecloths. It was novel and
with them as during their experience ia
Madam, there are tbonsands of women
this winter suffering what Dolly suffered ;
more, for they hav not even the jug of
molasses, and no shoes to keep otf the
frost Not all theo women were as deli
cately reared as she was ; but there are
not a tew who were. While yon are tri
fling with your dainties, they are sick at
heart and wearily baking the everlasting
com cake even th.tt doled out in morsels
for their disappointed husbands ami
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
The fourth spelling match of tha season
came off in April, in the Music Hall, be
tween the students of Tufts luiversalist
College and the students of the Institute
of Technology, with a few volunteers, in
olnding several ladies. There was a fair
audience, and a great deal of interest was
manifested iu the spelling, many Tutloni
ans and Institute boy Wing present. The
only drawback to the enjoyment of the
whole affair was the introduction of
French words and the awkward pronunci
ation of many Knglish ones by the gentle
man Selected to give out the words, Mr.
H. H. Lincoln, masur of the Lyman
School of Fast Boston. There were fifty
contestants on each side. In opening the
contest, the word transcript was given
out, and mastered by Tufts amid general
applause. Proprietors, subscriptions, re
ceived, believed, lieutenant, fortnightly,
successfully, and like easy words led off,
rtrrvrfear being the first stnmbHng block,
which brought down three contestants.
The successful spelling of "potato" pro
duced great applause, and "aniline" trip
ped up three more scholars. Bourgeois
was spelled "bousior" by a Tuftoniau who
retired amid considerable laughter. Eight
more Tuftsmen missed on cricketers, hem
orrhoids, prognosticated, ipecacuauha,
audible, epidemic, colonelcy and dema
gogue, which was spelled "demmygog."
This thinned the rank oa the Tufts side
of the platform very decidedly, and the
I'utversalists began to tremble for their
own salvation. At this point one of their
number created a sensation by thundering
out "assassin," and then looking almost as
scared as if he had Wen one. Encyclical,
ethereal, carom and surveillance also prov
ed fatal to the Tufts side, and the I of T
boys floundered on transiently, demoniac
al, eidolon, newel, ratiocination, pyramid
al and flagellate. The words Ix.'Uj-inttw,
halibut, fascinating, reminiscences and sen
tient brought the nnmWr of Tuftonians
down to twenty, against over thirty of
their opponents. Patchouli, and tendin
ous proved fatal to several on both sides.
Tutts then missed trisyllable, exhilaration,
ciliary, and Wtel, aud the other side failed
on imbruing and pharmaceutist "Xow,"
said Mr. Lincoln, "we will Wgin to give
some hard words," and be proceeded to
give oat polonaise, pompadour, tulle,
ricAus, taNier, and tnatelasse, all French
dressmaking terms, which naturally con
quered nearly all the remaining spellers,
until at last some one protested, and the
judges decided to rule French words out
Tufts then went down on "coercion." and
the Technological youths slipped np on
"felloe," "giaour," and "cicisbeo." "Siri
asis" was missed by four on each side, and
almost unendurable toil to her who had a nnmWrof the Institute students stepped
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never before done such work. She lamed
her back, and froie her hands and feet.
When spring came, Dolly and the baby
down and ont in rapid succession on woad,
yataghan, scebaceons and sechium, which
brought down eleven, and was finally
ft Charlie to pav a visit to an uncle of spelled correctly by a Tufts man amid
his who had immigrated twenty years great applause. "Ptysmagngne" van
earlier, and now had a saw -mill, a good quished the last representative of Tufts
frame house, and a large family, and lived j College, Mr. C. E. Davis, and left a dozen
eighteen miles away, in Iowa. She intend- j survivors on the opposing side. The fol
ed remaining but a few days in this fani- j lowing euphonious words were given ont
Bji which was strange to her, and unlike im ; Liqueur, tachygraphy, piel, tael,
her ; bat no sooner was the strain a little
loosened from Dolly's life, no sooner did
she sit down to rest by this alien hearth,
than she fell ilL
Solitude, hard work, poor food and a
mother's out-giving of her own life to an-
psychomachy, bonrse, boyau, gout, slough
eyre, eyot, taille, wassail, ghyll, noyau,
melee, meerschaum, daguerreotype, ceruse,
tige, numismatics, pbilopena, pachydac
tylous, padar, pianissimo, and euphony.
The five prizes were awarded as follows :
ether, had done the fatal wrong she had First, Webster's Dictionary, in two ele-
She lay there week after week.
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Keata Camphor Trunks.
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Japanese Urnireiiaa, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lackered Ware,
Chin Ware, Canvas Shoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pots, Wrap pins Paper,
Dried Lige. Dried Dates,
Gold fr Silver Jeweirv,
Tortoise SfeeU A Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen A Ladies Psty Hats,
China Brick t Si'de-waik Stones
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A Great Tariety at
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
laa. ta aa. F.
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AfOSC At HI Oi.
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U. S. Postal Cards.
i a tun EAarat. bit
b. a. ajaxrajn.
Sorts noi s-iTo im nrcs. skaix
Ckavta ia s: n u rait, far aaa ha
' to-do pareats ; she knew something about j busy, kindly, half-ignorant relatives gave
music, could chatter French, and had been j her such nursing as they could. She searce
i.v .- x : : i large circle of friends, a !y knew whether or not she wanted any
luiarioaj table and two ce r s:lk iresses a thing. Charlie could only come to see her
year. She had married a derk, and lived now and then, for the Spring work lay
in a New York b.arling-fcoitse for two
years thereafter, and her baby was born
tat, and some enthusiast it may have
been some speculator had painted the
charms of Western life, the certain y of
5 peed y riches, the blessing of having a
home of his own. Charlie had repeated
the glu wing sketch to his yoong wife, who
had consented, tor his sake, to leave
friends, city life, old associations, every
Utiag box Charlie and the baby, and " go
West n with him.
The sale of some of their small posses
sions, the piano among other things, had
given them means tor the jonraey. They
had selected their farm, built their shanty,
scantily furnished with articles which they
had brought with them, and were now
patiently awaiting the spring season to
pat ia crops and begin the fascinating life
of prairie farmers. It was curious that
they shoald anticipate success in a new
baainess which neither understood; bat
there are teachers who teach that farming
She turned away from the monotony
at the window, and walked up and down
W aaa ma. The spirits outside were
hocse, as if they eoald hare aa caaa aatil
they had thrown it down; they came
from a distance, singing, subbing, crying,
silently, or still
the laaiiniaj, eahia got under
down the chimney, and were
waiting the hopes of the year were to be
planted. After a time she was delirious ;
Her Charlie had lost his situs-1 centuries seemed to drag their slow length
over her prostrate mind and body; all
sorts of curious fancies possessed her. I
will tell yoa of bat twr : Once she imag
ined herself a little pool of water lying in
the hollow of a cotton woo-1 stump and
drying np slowly under a burning sun :
once, that she was one of those lumps of
dough which last winter she had to place
under the feather bed to keep them from
freezing until they could rise and be bak
ed into bread. She felt herself smothered
by the feathers, bat still so cold as to be
incapable ot getting light.''
You are tired ot such a prosaic story
madam? Well, Dolly lived through all
those perils ami hardships, by some mira
cle, crawling back to the Cottonwood cab
in in the autumn, to smile feebly on poor
Charlie, who had worked hard, and been
succescfal to the amount of $300 worth ot
They had potatoes that winter and
dried apples ; to say nothing of the mon
ey, which must be carefully hoarded to be
expended on irrrprovements.
In the Spring, iwstead of improving,
they rashly concluded to return East, tor
Doily eonid never be strong again, and
was not fit for a farmer's wife. It was
foolish of them, hat Charlie, in his extrava
gance, thought more of Dolly than of grow
They remained poor all their days, bet
at the wont it never began to be as bad
gantly bound volumes, Mr. S. G. Stone, ot
The Charlestown, formerly a teacher; second,
w orcester s Unabridged Dictionary, Mr.
C. E. Miller, '78, of the Institute of Tech
nology ; third, Jerusalem in Her Grand
eur," a steel engraving framed, Mr.
Charles H, Waite, '76 of the Insittute of
Technology ; fourth, original pastel draw
ing of fruit, Mr. W. H. Burditt, Principal
of the Weymouth Grammar School ; fifth,
complete edition of Shakspeare, Mr. B. L.
Beale, '75, of the Institute of Technology.
NUSSE Y &. PILLING,
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Wbererer Biikop Soale't Litttaeat 1j knovo, tke
Ptcfk I,.', a, it adreniptrt. It, raise ia eititaaled
bj tk9M who kare aaajd it at froa 15 t $l,0. r
bottle. The fu'iloartae; ar a few item a whfoh kava
eome to ui, aai are of daily occurrence i
A man borrowed a part of a bottle of Btahop Soule a
Liaimeat of hi neighbor, for immediate an). A few
daj, after, be boagbt three Urge bottle. rtared a
fall bettla for tka on borrowed, aad told bta neighbor
that be would not be without Biikop roule'a Liniment
in hie kouae if it eoit $2o0 per bottle. Another, who
bad suffered tweire Jean froa alamekne, waard
witk B'uhop Soule't Liniment, end aai I it was wortk I
tl.SM par bottle. Another, aba had raffered many !
year, from laaeaaae, aa that he eoald at walk witk
oat eratchee, write that ha is eared by after; Biakop
Sonle'i Liniment, aad fay, that yoa eaaaot araiee if !
to kij 1,'y. Anolker, who had intTerad from rheuma- ,
turn roar year,, and eoald gat no relief, nid kia friends, i
w be refer be went, advised htea to as Blabop Soale',
Liniment, lie had aeari it fo many times, that oa
had got ont of paticne with them, aad ao.ld bay a
bottle, and try it, bat be knew it wuald aot do him
any good ; aad whenever any one ever recommended
it to him again ha woald tall them be bad need if, and
it was no better tbaa aaytkiag else. Well, be bought
n bottle ; soon after, two bottl more. 11, was :
completely eared of hie rheumatism, aad Although he !
if not a dealer in medicine, ha baa bought of us and ,
told f ,rtj-tix dot iottla. Another man says : "I
thank God, aad Bishop ale's Liniment, that after
foar year, suffering from Sciatica. I am a well maa !
again." Another, "Bitbop Soule', Liniment has not
only tared ma from a great deal of raflerinr, bat has
also laved ay life, Toa ougbl to proclaim it to tka
world, and let the people know that yoa hare got
tontathing that will cciit.ei." PrZpritlor "Bat
the people will sot believe it." Orreaf sua "Til
raoPLB will BSLtsve it tbey can't help it; bat it i,
yoa' duly to tell them, whether tbey believe or aot."
An.taer lays, "1 bad triad physician! and almost
verytbiag site aad eeald gat .o relief ; mj eaea was
proaoaaeed raeorable. bat Bishop Soale'e Liniment
was reeom mended to ate. I tried it. And it completely
cared me. Toa ought to let everybody know what
Bitbop Scale's Liniment will do ; it it tka baat thing
ia tb wjrid." Anotker, "I bad a very sever attack
of sciatica ; waa aader my physician's car for a loaf
time, aitkaat any bataerat. I laaJly asked Dr.
promieeat physician, if be eoald car as. Ha taid
he thought he eoald. I told bim I woald pat my time
against kia ; if be eared aa I woald give his ata. if
not eared, we vera to qo.it even. He tnd It, tad
taally gave a up as incurable. I than tried Bishop
.jle l-imment. end in fix weeks was entirely cured.
I waat six bottles to give to my friends." An-.tbr
"I bad a very ferer. Attack of sciatica ; waa aader
ay pkjfirien'f ear for months ; ay lag had become
almost osebta. My physician taally told me b, eoald
aot heap as, aad advised a to at Bakoa rfawl'.
Liniment, as o had beard ot remarksbl caret by it;
I triad it, aad aaa completely eared by it. Mr chvsi-
etao Aays it ia a woaderfal madieiae." Aaotbr."My
w.fe had been eoniad to bar bed f ,r a loag tiae, with
piaal aoaplaiat. Tha phyiiciaa eoald aot kelp bar.
Oa evea.ag a lady frawssj eaJled to a my wrfe, aad
tasd, "I bar ban just aa yoa are ; Lb doctor wald
not help ate : I then used Bishop Boole's Liaimast.
aad it completely eared me.' See sdruwd a to try
it. I boagbt three large bottles. cd nothing alee,
aad ia six weeks ay wife waa a Weil as ve."
Another, "I hare sabered f r years from a lame be, ,
bare vara plasters for a long time. Bitbop Soala't
Lin rm eat was recommended to me ; I Mai it, aad ay
back a aa strong aa ever.!' A Bother. "I bar kasa
a great sufferer froa aearalgia. Baaop Soaslea Liav
imsmt was raooameaead to as ; I aaad tt aad it aasrad
aaa. While I aa writiag tkit, letters hare t ms ia
froa Xew York State aad free Mas, spakuz ia
lb higbMt Lara, af Bishop Soals's Li.iaseitT
Tka foragoig are daily aorarraarea. and Ar. ia the
werdt AS .pokes, or writt. to at. bid spas allow,
wa mjght go oa withoai limit, bat will oaly add f-
The nniersipied A0E5T8 eaa jir. refsren
e ia thu city, which will satisfy in most skaptiaal.
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