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THE WEDNESDAY. APllIL 8. 1891.
Or. the mend
the consumptive who's not be
reft of judgment and f.;ood sense,
lie's taking Dr. Piercj's Golden
Medical Discovery. If. taken in
time and given a fair trial, it will
effect a cure. Consumption is
Lunpc-scrofula. For Scrofula, in its
myriad forms, and for all Liver,
Blood nnd Lung disease?, the "Dis
covery" is an unequalled remcdv.
It's the only guarantee 1 one. If
it doesn't benefit or cure, you get
your money back. Yoi only pay
for the good you get.
"Discovery" strengthens "Weak
Lunprs, and cures Spittin x of Blood,
Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis,
Severe Coughs, uid kindred affec
tions. Don't be fooled into taking
something else, said to be "just as
good," that the dealer nay make a
larger profit. There's nothing at
all like the "Discovery." It con
tains no alcohol to inebriate; no
Bjrnp or sugar to dorangs di
gestion. A3 peculiar in its cura
tive effects as in its tomposition.
Equally good for adults or children,
WiCQUMKTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS ( OUNTRYWIUOBTAIH
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF TH
Cifea KocJc IsH & Pacific Bk
The Direct Rmitr to and from Cliiea ;o, Jcliet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Mnllne, Hoct lalnnj, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Jiuicatinp, Ottmnwa, Okaloosa, Dea
Moines, Wintersrt, Au'iubon, Ilarl.in and Council
Biuffs, in IOWA ; Minneapolis and i t. Paul, In MIX-3S'E-SOTA:
Watertown and Sioux Fa Is, in DAKOTA;
Cameron, Su Joseph and Kansas Cit in MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln. Falrbury and Kelsor , in NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Learenirorth, Ilorton. Tota, Hutchinson,
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge Oity, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Ktngilsher, El Reno and Minco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Spines and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Traverses new arris of rich farming
and grazing lands, ailording the best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cit les east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago t nd to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading alt competitors In splendir of equipment,
between CniCAfiO and DE3 MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS tnd PUEBLO, ia
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEriT.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palare Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Cose connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNT JON ROUTS
Over which urrbly-ouipped trains mil daily
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City. Ogden and San Franct co. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct and Farorite Line to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and nU i.ther sanitary and
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From fit Joseph and Kansas City tr, and from all im
portant towns. cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Xansas and the Indian Territory. Mso via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioui Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connections for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or d -sired information
apply to any Conpnn Ticket Office in the United Statea
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gm Manager, Genl 7 kt.it Pass. Agt,
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paut
Via the Famous Albert Lis Route.
St. Louis, Minneapolis f.nd St. Paut
Via St. Louis, Minneapolis & St. 1 aul Short Line.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS NO ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Tia tha Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
Vfc SPIRIT LA KEG?)"
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railway and Hot-l Kales, Descriptive
Pamphlet hi id all Information, add reus
Oen'l Ticket and Passenger Agent,
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of this road in Kurt western Iowa,
Southeastern Minnesota and Central Dakota,
where drought and crop failint s are unknown.
Thousands of choice acres of and yet unsold.
Local Excursion rates (liven. I "or full insinua
tion its to pi iees of laud and rates of fare, address
Uen'l Tieket and Passenger A Kent.
All of the Passenger Trains on all Divisions of
this Kailwav are heated ly fteam from the
engine, and the Main Line Day 1 assenger Trains
are lighted with the Electrie I.icht.
Ma)is, Time Tables, Through 1 .ates and all In
formation furnished on application to Agents.
Tickets on sale over this route at all prominent
Points in the Union, and by it Agents, to all
parts of the United States and C anada.
CsyFor announcements of I xcursion Kates,
nd local matters of interest, please refer to the
ocal columns of tMs paper.
!. J. IVC8, J. C. MANN CO AN,
PiWt Gon'l 8dC OMlTks.AFaaa.Act.
CCDA': RAPIDS. IOWA.
and. though neither her duties had been
very onerous nor the trials of her new
position very great, she had drooped all
winter long. This vrz3 tho first real day
of rest; yet, with nil ic3 sweetness and
sunshine, had it not been full of tears?
full of vague unrest and longing? And
now even the sunshine was going, and
the gloaming w:is slowly (settling down
upon the valley.
Far over tho eastern heights the sil
very shield of tho soft May moon was
peeping i:itD view, but the fairy shafts
of her geutle light could not yet pene
trate tho gathering gloom here in the
grove where 6wung the hammock. Still
the hot tears cam? tricklin;? down be
tween tlio whits Gnjeri and. yielding
at last to tho monrrtful influence
of the dying day, Georgia Marshall
wept unrestrainedly wept while great
sobs shook her frame: and while one
Unify kitten, disturbed in her intended
nap, stretched forth a furry paw and
lifted up a querulous nota of remon
strance, her companion, suddenly dis
lodged from her cozy neat in Georgia's
lap, clawed vigorously back upon the
heaving folds of tho summer fabric,
glared a.round in excited search for the
possible auso of Buch seismatic disturb
ance, and instantly set back a pair of
tiny earn, arched a furry back, bristled
her stiuening tail, and gave vent to
spiteful challenge at the fell disturber
of her peace. There stood a man.
A tall young fellow, erect and power
ful in build, clad in civilian garb, but
striding across the lawn with U13 swinjj
of a trooper, hatted suddenly tot ten feet
av.ay and lifted from Ks shapely head a
.'.nt landed heavily with crape. The
:e::t instant he had hurled this aside,
iieppr-.l quickly forward, utterly ignor
ng pt-.psy's hostile gni had thrown
aimself on ouo knee beside the ham
::itK'k, .and tho drooping mustache al-aios-t
swept the soft, white hands as he
uipetnously seized them.
"Georgia," he whispered.
Heavens! what a .start! In her wild
oiisteruation she recoiled from his
touch, striving at the same instant to sit
?rect. Hammocks are not made for
combinations so eccentric. The nest
inrtant the flimsy thing had slipped from
ander her and she felt herself going.
Drowning men catch at straws; drown
ing women seize tho hand they would
have shunned. But for his sudden
spring, but for prompt clasping arms,
lie would have gone headlong to the
fround on the opposite side. For a min
ute hhe was held in close embrace, a con
futed mingling of dusty braids, of throb
bing femininity, of hotly blushing, tear
wet face, of cool linen lawn and clinging
hammock netting. Then her hands re
gained their cunning and found his
broad shoulders and she pushed herself
free, ami then hysterical laughter came
to her aid and the shaded grove rang to
a peal that, if not merry, was at least
irresistible, and at last, as she sat there
restored to equilibrium and striving to
regain her whirling senses as he stood
patiently bending over her, half praying
that the inspired hammock might yet
attempt some new freak, she glanced up
at him throngh smiles and tears and dis
ordered bangs only to say:
"How utterly absurd!"
To which philosophical remark he
vouchsafed no reply whatever.
It is a full minute before she recovers,
even partially, either breath or self
possession. Then 6he holds forth her
hand, and he assists her to rise.
"This is not the welcome 1 should give
yon. Shall we go to tho house?"
But even as 6he usks and her eyes
glance nervously, ehyly, up into his face,
she knows he will accept no invitation
that will peril this tete-a-tete. She sees
how the lines have deepened in his
frank, soldierly face, and that a sadness
not all of his recent bereavement has
left its traces there. She would lead
him from tho shaded grove to the par
lor, where the lamps are already begin
ning to twinkle, but he will not budge
one step. He stands confronting her.
"No! I have come solely to see you.
Is there any reason why we cannot stay
here a moment?" And she can think of
none. Oh, what infamous fate that he
should have found her weeping bathed
"I hardly thought to see you at all,
especially after the great sorrow of
your father's death." she falters, her
heart leaping and bounding despite her
effort to be calm.
"1 am taking mother north." he an
swers f imply. "It was a cruel blow to
her and a hard ono to me. It was all
oyer before I could get home. Mother
will spend the summer with her sister
on the St. Lawrence, but she has to rest
in Cincinnati until to-morrow night. I
left her with old friends this afternoon
and came out hero to find you. 1 must
go back this evening. And now have
you no word of welcome for me? Dia
you not know that I would cotr'i, loving
you as I do?"
What answer can she make? Hi., head
is drooping low, her hands are clasped
together, her bosom heaving, her breath
fluttering away, and yet how wild a joy,
how exquisite n hope is throbbing in her
heart of hearts!
"Georgia" ue speaks impulsively, his
deep voice trembling "yon made me
accept your answer then and bear my
bitter disappointment without a word,
but 1 have borne it too long now Had
you been at the other end of the world 1
must have followed you, for the longing
to see yonr dear face, to hear j-our voice,
to look into your glorious eyes, has over
mastered me time and again. I had to
come, and now I will hear what it U that
stands between us. God knows my love
and honor have been yours a long, long
year. God knows there can be no con
tent or joy for me if your answer be
final. ou have bound my life in yours.
You won my whole heart, my deepest
gratitude. Eo; you cannot check me
by impatient gesture now. You must
hear. You told me there was no other
man. Is that true?"
"Perfectly," she answers proudly.
"And yet you would cot listen to me.
You would not be my wife." '
"You forget it was just after the trial.
You seemed to think you owed me such
a world of gratitude; and do not mea
sometimes mistake gratitude for love?" -
"Oh, heaven!" he interrupts her im-
petnouslj-. his hands outstretched -Von
do not mean you doubted me. Georgia?
" were your reason ts it not ban
ished now? LorJr ln.il
ray darling, and tell me. if yon dire!
iu,ik it is Hrautnue, not ueep ana fervent
love l offer you. Nay, you shall see."
auu i.viuru bue conm retreat ins Strong,
trembling hands had seized her drooping
heart, and between them her face, with
Its dark, lnsfrrvno
. . k ili.m.-i,.i.& cjra, muu
cheeks Kfill trQ K..nr. w
olushes chasing each other to her very
u.uwa, uersoit reu lips quivering and
tremtliugat the dimpled corners all
all now lifted, to his Avorshiping gaze;
and she can repel no longer. One swift
glance, ;md if ever vestige of doubt re
mained it vanished then and there. No
woman on earth could have looked into
his eyes and denied the love that burned
within fhem all her own, all her own.
pean to mo. tjeorgia. uo yoa be
lieve me U07.-?"
"Ypc " n'liiotwM in.l I,... C. ....
would have hidden itself but for those
strong hands again.
"And you have no love to arive in re
A lit tie fiilvprvlw.nm i r.uiiiinrt thmmrh
the foliage now. The kittens, torgotteu,
are rolling over each other in mad frolic
r x r . 'i , . i a
mi. turir very leeu j.ue iusi cnirp oi
drowsing Mrd has died away. The si-
------ IW kj UlillUV. I lllgUV llllO
fallen on all surrounding nature, yet he
can nartuy near ner wnisper
x ou never asKea it until now.
But it is mine, renllv? 5-iortH:i full
me," he implores.
''If li'ia Kaon sill rvi-i,a a,-... oi.A
- ...... MM J V 1. 1 . T 1 bUO
night I heard your letter ever since
yon wrote that you would follow the
om ling to t 'le enu.
EDMUNDS ON THE SITUATION.
No Change in the Attitude of the Two
Washington- Cur, April 7. Senatoi
Edmunds is out in an interview on the
general political situation, and tho proba
ble outcome of the continuance of the
Farmers' Alliance movement and agita
tion of the silver question. The attitude
of the two great parties in respect to each
other and public affairs, he thinks, is un
changed; the Republicans continue tc
favor protection to American labor and
industry, while the Democrats under the
name of "tariff reform" appear to be in
favor of encouraging the consumption of
foreign made articles. What the effect of
the Farmers' Alliance movement will be
upon the next national election, no one,
he thinks, can foresee with precision.
Silver Not To Its an lime.
"When asked if he thought tho silver
question would bo an issue in the next
presidential election, ho said: "I don't
think it will be an issue between the Ho
publican aud Democratic parties, for I
think that the Democratic party will
hardly wish to make the silver question
an issue to t ue extent of runuing any con
siderable risk of separating silver and
gold as tho coin money of the country;
and certainly the great body of the Re
publican party I am sure will not. Up to
the point of safety I have no doubt the Re
publican party will bo in favor of using
silver as money, as it always has been.
What the Farmers' Alliance platform,
if it should nominate a candidate for pres
ident, will he on that topic I am quite un
able to say."
HUNS ACTING SUSPICIOUSLY.
Some Frospcct of Store Trouble In the
Mt. Pleasant, Pa , April 7. It was
stated last night by a member of Gen.
Wiley's staff, who had been at Morewood
all yesterday, that the Hungarians in that
vicinity are arming themselves, and were
meeting iu the houses in the locality dur
ing the afternoon, and it is feared they
may make trouble when the men go to
work. Extra guards were thrown out
and every precaution taken to prevent any
trouble. Capt Loar and eight deputies
gave themselves up yesterday, and gave
bail in the sum of 1300 each on the charge
of felonious shooting.
Rioters Fat Under Arrest.
Sheriff Clawson arrested three of Thurs
day's rioters yesterday and they were
held in SLO00 bail each. He has warrants
for twenty-five others. The strikers and
their friends say they are being discrim
inated against, inasmuch as Capt. Loar
and bis deputies who are charged with
felonious shooting are only held in $300
each, while the strikers are held in $1,000
bail on a charge of rioting. The coke
operators say the backbone of the strike
is broken, while tho strikers claim they
are more determined than ever to win it.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
One week, with Fatordav Matinee, commencing
MONDAY, APKIL 6th.
Supported by her own
SUPERB DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Acknowledged by the pret and pnb'ic to be the
strongest company that ever appeared.
Wedneeeday nigbt, tbe IrUb drama, entitled
THE PRINCESS OF THULE.
.Admission: 10c (20c and 30c; received seats
Vitboot extra charge.
Horn The costumes of Lilab Stuart are mar
vels of beauty, sod are directly from Worth' of
rara aoaaew ionc.
We have just
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At our old place
Monday, April 6,
A general invitation is extended to the public to
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received the first shipment of our
FOB THE EAKLY-
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