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Wlss Wickersham's Romance.
IiT M.C. l-'AItt.KV
II wn an old, old homo. Teddy
looktd up at the nianv iMblod, intm
Urowii rnol, and thn faded rrd-bilek
wi'ls with fet'liiiKS (it both augr and
Ho 'm I ho only heir. In tlm nrtural
course of ovuuts U tckfrxtinin larm mid
tho old ivrovii mansion, bmli t
Colonial times, would bo his own, pio
vlding h did nothing toofon.l hU nun' ,
tliU plVSetlt IllOUUlllOllt.
TciMy groaned Inwardly at the recol
lection. For two mid twenty year Ml.-s
Wlokcndiam had hevn a inothurto him.
It soinu peopltt declared tluit Miss Wiek
ersliam luid no heart, and was ptood
hiuI ovurbeurlng in ill-posMonaud Imr.
to pim-u her nephew ut least had nev
cr boon made to fool tlmt udo 01 her uu
turu until now.
Somu Mx months previous MnJ. Wil in
had roturned from Euioiio with hl
dutiahtur, nud settled down qnlellt n
lorn Holds, ii tumble-down old manor
house, which report Mild wu alt then
vn" lelt to liim of the or.ee Lieut H il i
Tho Mnjur had lived abroad tin1 bet
ter pait of Ids lifo Ills child li.nl bon
bom on a forelpi land,ituil Ins wife n
buried there. Sllli, lor some unknown
reason, lie had gathered together tin
renin mis of his once .splendid foitune,
nud, coining homo to IVrn l-'leids,
was now Mis Wlikcrtdiniti's neatest
From the very day of the Major's to-
turn to tho home of hi boyhood, Miss
W'.ckorsluini had persistently iiijicd
hltu Fern Field, vs uid, was until
I up to her-lto wantud nothing what
oyer to do with tho people who lived
there, and cautioned her nephew, upon
pain of her displeasure, never to have
tho slightest liitereoutxi with tho Wi 11
family. Ail went smooth y for a short
tune, when, in soio iivneooiintaliic
manner, Teddy and the Majoi's dauch
tor chanced lo m?et,nnd Tied fell lo ad
nve.r heels in love with her ai first Mghi.
Vhat was his consternation lo tlml,
'.tipon acquainting his mint with tho
.turn of affair , that she Middenlv lieu
into a violent passion and ordered him
never to speak lo tlio young lnd again.
'It was nil very easy for Miss Wh ker
sham to exeente sueh a command, hut
,lt was simply impossible for Ti dily to
- There were stolen iuleryiews and
long walks by the riverside, mill many
,nn houi wiw tpont in eompauy with the
, Maj-ir himself, whoji Ted found it im.
, posjlblo to Invoiglo tho young lady out
of doors. Ot course there uonld b.
. but ono ending to iliu alT.nr. HooUes-iy
Ted proponwj; was accepted, and.the
Major gave them both his paternal b!es-
1'ioiid and happy the young man went
home t- his nunt and told hot- plali.h.
' what ho had done.not doubting but thai
she would accept thu inevitable, wl h
.tolerable crnee at lea-t, when ho found
t was to be. But he was appal yd at h.;r
'.'If you marry tliatgiil, Teddv, not a
,01'iit ol my monev -hn!l you rvf-rhuve!"
eore.vuod Miss Whkurshnm at the top
' of her sin ill old voice "I detest tin-
,whole family, root and I. nneli, ami
,thero shan't n do.hir's worth ol mv
.pioperty ever go to benefit one of theiii
in any way if I can help nivself, and 1
- guess lean."
. Tr,ddy face fell. It was a bright,
.handsome, young fm o, framed in wii
. u lot of ye low h.dr, tlmt was his .unit's
especial pn.,o tlmu.-h sho wu too
. .Uiuuh .overcome with rnge now to a
. any attention to his good looks.
Musi to think," sho went on, i lul
Ihln, liluh qutv. rinir key. "that of a I
.persons in the wh.M, ym sh ni'd g0 c. '
iMil'io Wills to bo yourw.h,.. And
, you know ver well, Teddy, what n,
. opinion lo tho Willis famliv-ii pooi.
- proud, bhifilcss set, to nuke tho best of
Toddy crow very red.
"II tumor is true, Aunt WicKersham
you did not always rate tho Willn' at
t .Mteli a lo v figurc-paitieuhu lv the M.
joi," retoind he, IndlgiNiitly'
The pniu pn.k llm, yet in.j,,.,.,,,, , Vjs
. Ioken.lu.hV ,lel vl,to old (,Wis nirned
. .suodenU to a vivhl -oar et. She uhoked.
, and hn iialeil an ius'aiit.
"This from yon, Tcdily," hu ru
, Dimsi ly ho had th grace to feel aU.ani.
,ed of hiHive.f.
'Fnrniei. n.....,, I. . ...
. '" i.ua iiu cried, "i am a
, brute "
. . "Sny no n.ore," r.Vu hu coldly, oio
, .. tloning Kin, to leave tk room, the deli
. vat '" l'ic having .,w fa.led
ent rely outgiving place to a ihill0ad
en hue, not plo iMinttoseo.
Oncn alone.sho went to a foieign cal..
- pal that stood in one corner of the apart
" "lent, and, im-ocklng thu dtaw, took
therefrom a small pni(.0
. "It seems stante how tho folly of my
J'et 'lings to mo in mv old ae,"
she mused, bitterly, tinning the paek.
.'. iRe. ' ,,VV' i. lm- bllll white and hatv
v t hands.
Vf. tl w'" burn tieae (flings, . I'erhai-s
. orgetlulljiess will como tho more read-
ly," she uttorrd to kerself, undoing the
( parcel.nnil dropping u jmcb of wtm.
t1 roses on tho doi-k,
, Btlll, she hesitated, a thousand mem,
orie.s of u bygone time, struggling
through her mind, and a susploioiia
nois.uru.g'iniiiilijg tho l.righlnew of Jier
firqu.d,; dm k eyes.
Sho would only hr ak lii heart,".slie
cried at last, Impaliently. Tlievnio
ooqtielte'.all-faiher and daughter all o.'
Teddy' slm I not have his life spoiled by
her-tho altfo daua;hte;.cf auunwonby
An Instant later aud sho hud flung
the little pnik'jt Into the urate. Tlieio
i was n sudden light puff nud a slrong
perfume from tho bin uing Miirs, ti 'led
the room. The parlor do ir Was thrown
npCM. ,Muj. I1IN, nnnntince l the set'
vai.l The tnom seemed to swim aroiunt
her, tor a motm ut. Sim i oiild not Itave
lieii limit) i.Flotiislied to heat a clap of
thunder from a clear heaven.
feeling of anger brought Imi k her
umuI seif-posM-ssI .11.
" l o what am 1 liukb'cd for this visit,
M'J. l lis," she nsked willi freezing
I o be fiank various causes. I am
here, piiucipally,in behalf of the fir lire
well bring of our yo ing people,'" re
plied the M .Jor, bravely
' If you are tning to ue;ntiuloa nmr-
rlitiie betwtuH those two. you in iy as
wvll know, llrst iv, lift, that I shall
neni consent to tt," said Miss Wicker
sihim, Ignoring tlir fact that her visitor
vas still tuudlng, hat in hum), before
The Major bit his lip.
He glanced critically lit his obdurate
lioste.s, a- she, too lo e to hur full
hebhl and 'oiifronted him, her face
pale, tier eyes ila-lilwg, ami In r white
ringt d lingers tluhllv clasping tho edju
ot the old cabinet tho iemeinbered of
It was thirty years since lie Inn
entered l at house tor thu last inn , as
he supposid. He was a jonnn man
then, gay and handsome, and verv
much in love indeed, witli the angry
lady before him Thirty rears. Ii
a as a loin; time, and yet, how well hi
remembered even the smallest detail
f the room. Nothing was eluuijred
now. lie thought ulth a cynical smile
save himself aud thu little old lad
ho so uiiurauinusly iceelved lilm.
Unconsciously thu Major fOtched a deep
It wiib evident tliat, if Miss Wicker
sham had unhappy mummies of the
long ago, the doughty Major also had a
few that were not so pleasant as tliu
might liuvo been
It seems a great pity." said he, lo
cal iim himself with an effoit'that two
young lives should bo inmlu miser ible
because of a mere whim I cut ed t.d
to speak to you about liie settlements I
shall make my d iuIit'ji-oii thu occasion
of her inarringo I urn not rich, still she
will have no mean dowry. "
'Wo will not dls Hs tho subject ol
your daughter's inarriage.as it concerns
me no the slightest. I have this to say,
If my nepln-w persists in making Mis
Willis his wife.I ahull execute u will cut
i imr In in oil' with a paltiy dollar. My du
turnilna'ion is unehangab o."
Tliero was the least little bit of an an
gry s arkio in the corner of the Major's
"Miss Willis will not imirry for
money;" faid he.yquletly'shiitmg'hls
position n little, and resluig his elbow
on the low mantle piece. "My daugh
ter's happiness is my only considera
tion." Miss Wlokor-himi nntieotMiideetl slu
could not well l.elp it what a tlnolook
ing man the Maj r was, in -pile of Ins
tilty years Hur heart throbbed a irillo
faster as t he ttionght of days long gone
'Hut for her dear siik o," eotitlnuc
tho Major, "I should not again moss
tho thiesho'd of this house, Uebecc ih."
"Flint is II t a man," lemai tied Miss
WluMsi'rlinm, wi:h bitum snivasm. "Itut
I let it pass. Mv nephew is u age, nud
will uiidotibt illy dp as lie likes in this
'Fho Major leaded u little more huavi
ly on tho mantle piccu.hi elbow in dan
ugimis proxiiu' to aud old, di-col red
pl.istei lui-t of Franklin. Ho g niu-ed a.
it casiially.and thon reniuui' eivd with a
pang tho last time lie had looked upon
it thirty years In font.
"I shall i e so it- to have Ted lose hi
inherit iiice for my dangh er's s-iko,
.-aid the Major prci ntiy, putting ho
hand lo his e.ios as if to stun out the.
xzhl of the room, and thu memories i
retailed "Hut there scorn- to bo no
help for it. Tills being the cao, poi
liftps it might bo as well to biing this
interview to a cose "
MUs Wickershain bowed stillly. Co'd,
proud. ielentlcsi, she slot d ihero wait
uii for In in to go.
"I might ai'jue as succe-sfullv wMi
the Sphinx," thought he, biiiigim; i is
hand d wu forcibly on I e maiitle.
Thu ntxt iu-titnt the p aster en t top
p o i over and tell mashing iig.ilnst the
odf..shioned bmss andiions, and lay
slvuied in a hundred fragments on thu
Mias TN'ickorsIiam gave a little hystcri.
o il shriok a. id 11 w to the icscio.
( iiii.ig tits ciii'e1esnei.K. thu M"j r
s'oopod down tj help gather up the
Could he helluva his eyes? Right
there, with unbroken wafer, w is a let
icr lie had lilmsuli written, lor., long
Mhs Wiekeishwrn piuked il up wor
during y, as she saw ner own name on
i ho face of it.
It is strange had this note over oamo
in hero," said she, breaking the seal
The Major how not gone so'dlorii g all
those eais to no purpose His mill
t-i y experience had lauiiht him wis
dom ; ii in I not o iiy wisd on, but patience
ns well. Ho ho waited quieny until she
finished reading tho yellow old lovo-lei'
Miss Wiokersham win crying now
yen softly very softly, imlced-but
thu wary Major saw it and lookcour.
"Ymi nniot fmvo ki.own how niseli I
loved ou, Hotieee.ili,in that past which
seoms now so far aWay," said he,recov
crlng hid voice. "After months of hopo
and fear and anxiety and doubt, I do
tut mined to know my fato I called
upon yu ono day with tho Intention of
tu ling you nil this, but you wero not
at liouiu. Feeling that fiittliersuspetise
would bo unendurable,! wrote th.it note,
here in this loom, ami, pi .'clog It on t ip
of that old plaster busl of Franklin,
went uwav, uxiiojI shoitly to hear
from you Weeks went past nnd vt
u did ii"t replv. You know the rest
Hurt and aiuri V, I went to Kitroiic, en
listed, was woiiuded and sent homo to
no. i was nursi (I duck to iiettii ov a
go i-le girl, tho muther ol my daughter
Nellie, mid I came heio, on iho death
of my wife, to pass thu remainder of my
"And I have lived all tlieo years be
lieving you IihiI amused tourself by
winniiu my heart only t; throw it
uway," sobbed Miss Wiekersliam.
"Neverl" ejacul ded tho Major with
enetgy. "It ha- t een a terrllde misiake
al loiiud, nil from llrst to I ist."
"'Fli.il iihister-easi had a ererice in
the top of it. 'Fho note must have slipped
into it in tint wsj," said she, med la
"Welt,Uebercali,I have waited a long
tune thlr y year fi voiir reh. I must
have my uuswet," he pcisi ted
"Hut wuaroold now," objected Ml-s
Wiekersliam. tier heart in a flutter.
"The older, thu ln-ticr," said he,
b'atiiily. "My dear, true lover Is like
wine, inproved b age."
"Hut what will Tedily sat ?" cued
she, faintly, quite wiMn to be persuad
ed,wlien the persuader was the lover of
" I'eddv gives his free consent, ami
wishes you a loos '1 cfull of happiness,
in the bargain, ' said n volcu trout thii
doorway. "And we'. I be one family,
af' r a 1. won't we, Maj r?" died Ted,
embrao ng hi- aunt.
"Thank (Sod, wo will indeed. "icp'lcd
the Major. And they wvie. Chicago
Twenty Thousand Dollars
Cloaks and Suits Alone.
All lenders ot this paper vUltitigSt. Joseph aie especially Invited to
examini! our ingiillleent l ek of ( hmks ami Suit-, tiowon sale.
Over TiU different, dlstinc styles thinks for Ladles uml t'lilhlieii,
r -ut!ln in )iriee, from oiu d I ar nud lit y ceit to two huiidi'i d ami
llfty ilollats HiKslan (.'iicn'ms, l'oletois. Nuw Markets, Jersey I.il
llws, Ulsters, ! lukets and Doluiaos in itillnllo variuiy.
Son our Ltdies' Hubbor Cirvulif . at $1. See our all Wool Cash
mere, in colors uml blues, at -10o See our Lonsdale aiiu Fruit of
tlio I m t otion, ut K I -He. Set1 our Cotton and Wool Dress
(", I bl ight plaids and i'luln colors, ut 11 1 Ho i r yard. See our
Merino Uuilvrwear, gNod quality, for Ladies and (it n luineti, al 6u
pet uai'ineu'. Sui su erb i-urgams in HlauK umiI Co.ored Si ks, from
76c to $1 per yaid, sold with a guaraiiteo as to excvlleiiuu.
North Side Folix St., !. nth and Ctli.,
ST. JOSEPH, - - ivno.
A Startling Discovery.
Physioiaus aro often startled by re
markiiMi- diseovorles, 'Fhe taut '.ha
I)r Ki'itr's New Discovery for Con-
iiuiiitlon uml nil 'I'll oat and Luuir
dlseasos is daily euritiir liatinnis that
they have given up to die is sinning
them to realize their sense of (liny, and
evamiuo into tint merits of this wonder
till tlisi overy: re.siiltui'' in hundreds of
our best l'vsiclaus usliii; it in their
tuaeticc Trial Hollies lieu al T. S
illndo's Drug store. Uegul r size Sl.Ou
The Fiifest A.?oi lineiU of
l' pper Sauce,
Ilest Cigars and Tobacco in tin City
Servo 1.1 Every Style. Meal-, 2."i Cent-
E. P. Hosietter,
(North Side l'nblie Square,)
A SOHG FORTHE SIILLIOH !
Come all ye jolly farmers
And listi n to my song.
Sit down awhile contented,
I'll not detain you long.
Likewise ou, lovl la'Mes.
W ho wish to i KK with eae,
Just call upon Anderson & lloyd,
I'm sure tney can you pit a o.
Their saddle are the cheapest
That's to be hud in town ;
For neatness ami foi condort
Their crpia s can't be found.
And as lor their harness,
tlnn'rt! realh hartl to heat,
Fur strength and dnrubidiy
Nunu with thru) can compute.
Tliev'i'o of the best mater ills '
Tim country ca t affor i.
And made In as good wor men
As ere s ood at a board.
They tell halter-', blaii els ami bits,
Lap' robes, bridles and j dial's that tit
Ami whips that aie long,
And w ir that is strong.
If you have wtrk to repair,
And want dealing- that's fair,
To Atldei'MJii & Itovd ,oil h mid go
To "et pii.o-i that aro very low.
All through riolt
County, and, in Short, has
Iteeonio an avknnol.alircd taet, that 'he
Most reltablo hous" in Oregon to ileal with ; tlio
riaeo whero ton can buy the M0- t Ciood- for tlw LEAS'F Mnn
Now is y.iiir tnnu i i-ecuru liargaii.s. They nairy a large stock of
Dry Goods- Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Queensware, Vilassware, Notions, Etc., Etc.,
Ill their Root and Shoe Dupnrtniliil I lie offur Special Inducements. Al
So (lit'.H Iliii'tjiiiiis in Clo hiiift and Hats. O mil Milts n from 85
To gW. Tim p aue M-vo you arr- always Ind y
Trtated, whether yuu wan' to buy or not.
'1 lie pj-ee lero very ar
T i tlii i.-lkuarked
If It is an sdvnntnge to the ph'slcinn,
or tlm 1 iwycr, or thn minister, to tu
elve lnniruttloii in Iho principles mid
knowledgn jji'ita'iilng to thrlr several
profo'slons, tlicn It Is none tho loss ad
vantageous to tho farmer to bu Instruct
ed m thu principles of ngricullitiul
science. Agnci.ltii'e is otto of the mo-t
dlflkuU sciences. It is Hindu up of
ovej-nl snhordlna o science4, and nn
understautllng of its jnincip es r quites
aii'ticqitftintini o wltli choiulslty.liot ny,
zoo'ngl, and sovotnl 'ilher sciences.
'Fho oll is u vast Inboratorv In which
llm most complex cheinieiil linnsfor-
matlons me golnc forward, nn I it is
for ttie fnrmor to iinderslaiiil, direct,
retard or kasten tht'so changes, aud
thus pron ote the viowlli of the plants
ho cultivates Thu succcsfol farmer
must not on'y ho ucquatii ed with the
Hcience of agriculture, hut mu t nls
know Imw to npp!y tliat knowledge In
the pine leu ot lie art of Hgricultiiroi
It is 1 1 iu: a man will succeed fairly we 1
us a f.irmer who on'y understand- the
nit of agilcul'uic, lint a kuowletlgo of
thu science Is net ded in order to furn
Ish ceneiat princlii es upon which In
jiracilso tho a I and ma o progress in
imp oveuicut. 'Fho man wbo only
knows thu practical pait ol'iiL'ili ul ure
duos not understand the why nnd
wherefore, aud will not be ab'e to va.iv
Ids out rations to in-et the changed
cnud thins which aro continually ari
inir Ills snctcs- iu farming will bo
mora of tho "lucky" order, Instead o
ro-iluir on any sub tiinttal basis. Tlir
M'iuntiliu ns'iieiilturist will be nhle to
surmount :ili obstacles and ensure sue
Our tno-t succfs-ful and must tiros
peiiius fnrmtus an thosu who have the
test umluistainliiii; of their hu-lnnss.
Many ot t'lusu men do not cl ilm to be
cducalned men. They never received
will c at seliool n tlay' ins'riietion hi
igricultui c, but I hey have b. en close
udents of the scii ne'e -luce tliuy lie'Mii
farming. ure keen ubs rvers, they
learn Ivoin xtierien"o, from nii'iir".
in d from Iho operation "totlinr.s; they
lesti uiu lest agricultural hooks; uiey
uttatiil thu I'crieurural mcetin s and
parliLin.Ue In tho dincussions, or list n
ai'ontivtdv to what otli rs my, In all
those wat thev have beun edncat
ing 'hemselves. and b dint of cl isn
npp lea. loo. Iinve supplied in p ut -lit
lack ot early timructicn In agrlcul
'Fheru is ample scoi e for the farmer
to use all the education tliat ho can no
quire, and no one ueo abantuu a'jri
culture in order to seek omo'oviHeni
winch will call It ut ti nil tho i owers ot
ibe iiiind In ji aii)liiir with the inativ
qtietlons whieli . are iressing upon the
alteutior, ot n-rrieulturi-ts, aud titiiuiiud
tug s In ion, the most active ami vig ir
ons intellect will nud Htiip'o exercise
When the tanner unlets upon the prnc
tier, of agili it tu o, however thorough
his iireparatory duration has been, lie
has just beuun thu cducati mal cour-e
of h 8 lifo As an activti ami ,:ro';re.s.s
ivn ncricultiiiUi. lie will ho a close
slm'cnt, ami lu.-vru dnil mote anil more
iu regaid to ids lifo work. I he better
the prnparartory education ami train
inn of I ho farmer, the better will 1). Id
start in lib;, nn4 in ortler to ive all
fair start, it Is hililv e-sential that the
ln-tructinii irjven in our common
cliools should be such us wi'l bo In
Inrg" extent, of pnc'ieal valiiu to - ho
tarmor 1 Mat a chatiuu c-oi im oiauti
iu the i oursi! of stiidt pursued in th
common i'lio K s -ch as wdl ittalu
this object, can eas Iv bp tleuonstrat d
'I'his is a in titer ortliv of thu altunt on
ot fatiueis and all hitd'cilcd in oduca
And Only One Piee Asked, Is At
of my new FALL STOCK is now i"vit
il. An er-y inspecilott will bo fol
At my Large aud Elegant Line of
Wliiuli arc now to bo hooii in
my Cloak ItooniH, whioh 1
have juHi llttcd up. Tito La
dies uroooi'dially invited to
call and oxumino Clonks,
and got prices. Will soil as
Cheap as any houno in iho
Northwest. IKA PISTE R,
CORASUT & MEYER'S
Ladies' Jersoyes in Blaok and Colors,
Hosiery and Gloves, Also Fresh Nov- Q
elties in Lace Collars, Fischus. Scarfs, Mull a
Handkerchiefs, Etc.- Knit Underwear, at Pri-
ces that cannnot fail to pleaso all. buyers
Wool Blankets and Comforts,
Ladies' Wraps, in which wo guar
antee Fit, rrico and Quality. Duster
Band and White Granite Queei sware,
Men's, Boy's, Youths' School Suits and
Overeoats The Celebrated Bryau Brown
Shoes, Ail Warranted. Flanneis, Jeans
TAKE CARE OF OUR LIVE STOCK.
Gooil Shelter. It is absolute eenno
mv t urovlOo warm and comfortable
winter qn irteiv for a 1 live slvek, with
nn ample K'ni ly of nuro fro-li air
U lien auiiimls are liouscil In wo 1 maJe
barns and stables I hoy rftjoire mile'
le.ss food to k. rp tlium In a piod eon
tiitiou. Lumber. In Ibis fo in, Is el cap
erilmnhax and prain for wlntnt Iim
fnrin -toek. I'uro walor in abundiinec
I" verv needful for iho lien Hi of the
iinHiiK It should be drank irrs'i
from the we'l. If loft in t'io trough to
fieezti, it sooiih liceonii's its ooltl as ii
W'lti-r, ami when tnki'ii Into 'he aiiimnl
fVstem. it renuiivs mnuli he it of ilie
boil to brintrit up to the requiied teiv
neriitniu. .viM-- n lar ks ponsiin
liavlnpr tne witt'iinir trontrlis pnrfy
linen witii tee ntio now. i iipv may u
ma lo hs to tnru over when not iij
u-c, ami tli's t-'ct'ps them clean and free
f 'im tlio OHI ling leo
Llv stunt.- rIioiiIiI ho foil rPffulnrlv
Kvenil'iiot ffonnrniH'v ftt'l. tills ogu
aii'y is betttir Inn an nees for a few
tiny-, ami thnn n laek of f tod for n
tiiiio Auimiili. aro never fonteti'Ml
when hungry, mid Hum slmnld no' bit
liiiruiltt'd to thin become u otsy The
il.imasc dono t y one m. il'e I f-e'lin
eai nm o mime - non nr n tioniiiit ru
timi tifora ard. This slip-s'iod method
ot teeuim? is quite mire t bring, di-or'
tier into tli'i Hook or Kt iblo.
Horses. An iilln ipiini itihv hn win
trrvd upoii uotiit har alone, but when
lljrhtly worked, a httlo jrral" at no
may- lie- ni'eiled. Thev art to be koot
in po-'t health and fli'sh. and th
amount of trraln sh"nld bn covert oil
A uceordinirlv Hotse- dolnsr henvv work
wilt need it few quarts of around oats
and porn da'lv. in addition to an abun
J. B. PAYNE;
hu.n no tlmo to set prices, but
cull on him with the:
UassimeroB. In tnnt n.Tivtmiiff vnii wnnt.J daneoof tho bst imy Younir eoits
in ii. i im ... i ui .w u . , , Wslio'iitl luivt' cellent care, for their
All tho above we will sell to olose buying trade atwutum u.einn.s .lepn.i lnrooiy npon
n n. n 11 J i. ii. Mho L'l'owth 'h(v iimkp Ibe Hrsi winter
v, vuy buiu.1i uiuiiu. uuii tiuu boo uh ai tue
pera House Store
MOUND, CITY, MO.,
Oorsaut & Meyer,
Instantaneous Photographs !
Mr. Cafcs having eompluted his hl.ick
Hinitb tiliop, wo aro iijiw prepared
to do nil kinds of
Wood or Iron "Work,
llopiilring or New.
All work intrusted lo us will receive
prompt uttuution. Gtmi-ue-s reasona
ble, ii. o. fiCHMii) r,
.am i iioios, per uozun tyi(oo; t aoinoi ruoios, pi
itldruii. over live yeais old, four goms for 50 cents;,
mpled and onlai'Keil. After SIXTY DAYS my prl
u ivlvaneed, Tho Now l'r.ioess, a pattuit. and
A Now rrouo.vi. aid a Now Outfit ; Tlm Finest Tubes, Cameras, AecescoricH,
Duck OniiimU and -urneries, iu the Marct Oho ip w ork for tin- next
blA I Y DAib, Card rhutns, per dozen, 9,wi fabinot Photos, per
tiiMtm, o,vu, niiuruu
Ulil piettiroK on
ces will bu
plate am very hili, I am now ptcpnrcd in do mi fiuo
wor s any at list in tti" west, uomemtier, ciiuap
wor11 for SIXTY DAYS on'y. Vlewa lai.en in
VI e city or oountry I'leluro Iranies for
fttlo oheap. ( onui o ir v 1 ( omo.
v . Koonl Come qutut
P. M. ZOOK, Photographer, Oregon, Mo.
and ho wil, (ilvtt you
tlmt will cnuso ou to look as
touislied. It Is ii coneeded
that .1. 11. PAYNE.' sMIs tlio
Clicnpn.-t and HustGioccnes in
Trntlo whero you can (jet tho
Ut'St uml Cheapest (loodx. Do
not be narried away bvllitmliig
promises, bin waik quk-ily to
and exnmliie for yonr-elvo.
Hear iu mini tlna I pay tho
the hlfjbest price for produce.
J. B. PAYNE,
From Bigelow. Missouri
are a sp ulalty with us. All prnsotlp
Hons cntrusU'd to n will bu
Hjvinir a'wavf- a reliable and rn'ctleal
pliai'iiiiieist who undor:'a-idx his busi-ue.s-i,
Mini only Hlllntr prnniiiptiomi
FROIfl PURE DRUGS
wlili h can always bu obtainuil. Ve are
prepared tu aceoiiiuind.ite eiutomern
AT ALL HOURS. "
If you have Hmi'e-, preparu to slmil
them 'how. We have In- be-t oek of
Drills, Medicines, (Jioeerl s. Oils. Ktc,
etu., that can bo louiul in town. P'cusu
nivc is ii evil, for we hope to maku
m-ny uew friends aud utiMomei's tho
J. C. IIINKLE,
Whare Will You
Fall Goods ?
I'i co Goods.
Ivn it (iooils,
( heap (ioo'iN,
HOT TO .1
Put your car close
to the kyo.hole and
we'll whisper a aeerot
The house! nit ruus
its business nttho least
expo '.seu'-n se'l lor tho
eat protlt Seo it?
Weil 'then come to
Mnli laud, and when
here come in nnd -co
Wo wlM make vou
tlio LOWEST PIUOES
on nil Lines
HERSHBEBGER & LEWIS
UINTETTE OLUB J
II. Corbi riwnlii. w,U, IlOKFj'ANH.Cornft,
K. EvAtfR, Violin,
I. Fostkk, Oultar, h Moonn, Cello,
Mnii:c furulslicil for nit nfc;ist"ni. Addtc.u,
L. I. .MOOKE. MuniiKrr.
r. ii. rAnuisn, v
Hi Frnncli Strrrt,
, R UOrKMANN,
Mho growth 'hey make ih" lira' winter
Lin" etl il cnk in Miia'l ilo-oi is ono
of the It' ht. roinedii" f r oo-tivoi oss in
tin- young Inrm nnlmnls.
Cows. As Iho woHlhnr hesn to
Hinw eo ti, tho kows w fn 1 off )n milk
un'ess nn abundaneo nf nutritious food
is itrovldad in tlio stalls. Heots cut or
oulppd nnd mixed with cut hav, to
wiuen O'lrn-numi an leu, ,mai.os. an.
e.xeel'ent rutloii Inr milch cows It is
ot the ptentest lmportnuce to keep up
the flow ot milk tit thu heinnninir of
winter Calvo ami mailings limy he
kept In roomy Mii'd- whero, with good
feetl nnd ahuiidant litter, they wi'l nmkok
a larjro amount of exeulleut manure
Rheep should bokopt from tho lambs,
or they will crowd and roo iho young
stock. Tho flock may tnko a run on
thu t-tnhblu Holds during worm days.
The ticks should all bo killed before
raldwln'or Hovs may ho paid, bv tho,
dozen, for plrklnir thnm ofTtlio Bfienn
HreiMlnr ewrs to have emly million
lambs, sir u i) bn kept in a so aruttj
yard and th ti, whero tboy may luiro
tho mo t genorous feudlug. Amoricaii
Parrish & Hoffmann,
ATTORNEYS AT UW.
Will iirActloo In nil the Oniirts of illsour ami
.ulinluliisrittii'i'.H. Anv tiuslnom (it Jlr. lMrrlsh's
'liiruslcd lo.Mr. llolltnumi will be altoinleil tu
hs (leslrviU-'OfUou up ulra oyerHcUu.to Utotli
DKAI.Klt IN -
OltCOON,. I t j ,: i MO
IvJr.' 1 IL'MoCidj. MiScnn dtv, Mo
fsjys: pvatly sufferoi from general
duality Unlll lliown's Iron Hitters io-
8 E KALTENBACH,
Physician & Surgeon,
OfflM over Vuu.lerLlntleM Drue Wor,
Fop Sal!6, '
00 acros pf pmlriw and. a d 20 In
timboi'; - o'l Improved, 6 nlilo south
east ol Moiud 1 Ity, turn loasona,
big. Ijicjuiro on premises, or addros.
J. J. THOMPSON,
Mound City Mo,