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5 bt oirer wiab% **": V î Ever end «Ter the world gone round. Bearing it* buofaeA Pf& croeeee ; Beer end erfr th* Jt*" With ttotr tide ofemowe art h«e. lower the taafcat ltfa- - Tbe weerjr, waary lay ol the been, gting through nil the p*gw Brer end avfa. with outetrulehed hnndi We grarp for u golden morrow; Ever und ever tbe billow» ol time Are freighted with bitter Iff— Bean a D1 ÏJ ■he î™! aorrow. v , dewihoN ■ymahy a. DEMIHUN. t «■I'm iuat w wretched a* l can be, and tlial'e what'a the nmUew, Aunt Cnluw.' _ The girl hawing deliwered thla little apmcb with a nob that waa truly hysterical, threw her »If into the neere« chair, laid her head on the table and cried with n pawdon tbnl »bowed how terribly ber nature waa moved. Aunt Pa try looke«l about the disordered room, and then glanced pitifully toward« the weeping sirl. Hnlf unconaciiMialy to lierwelf abe began ^tting,th.nKEintb.irpl^;«torrfa. bool« to the little shelve* that liatl been tilled by the children, evened the wrinkled cloth, pushed bmAtbed.«^*«! lifted Mardia'a half ein,,. , work -baaket to her lap. "How horrible il mort look here, to yon, who are neatnem i tarif, " Hobbed the girl.alowly w^ ingher tear filled eye*. "I don't know wml will think of me, but I'm aoulterly die couraged." "No matter what I may think, dear, »aid Aunt Patay, in her Hweet, mclhiw tone«. "Tell getting unruly ? Dow father expect too much, are ye« not weh? Yon are generetly auch a nice little house-keeper. Mtrihashook lier head. *'I am as well as ever, Aunt Palsy, but some way things go all wrong. Father don't », mach, but 1 know what he expects, nnd moth ,r. dear mother had rach a knack of drang things easily and having them just right. The bows won', rniud we ra the, did her, aral Rob ert hasn't been home for two night, till pert ten; of course he wishes me to screen him, but evening that he nvaw wear it at a party, and be tween them the children put meine I »S i io n driemnnaiag, and 1 raid eoine thinge I'm aorry for. Then I ewight Kido Wealing, and in epring. ing away he ii|>set the churn, and I've worked myself into a real fever. It need all to be ao different, 1 auppoae," she added, "the letter I received vesterdey fnim my room-mate, at school, with whom I should have graduated lo morrow, helped the general ntihfcppfaeiE." Aunt Patay aaiileu. "That Waa the litfle straW that upaet you, I suspect, poor child," ahe raid pitviagly. -It very hard that you couldn't «ay and hniah your education. But your another waa called most myaterionaly, in the mid« of her di tira and the prune el her life, and who ahall *L it w " 'L°f «" rv Vou * k ^ w «L ou lolgfc have stayed at school ; your Aunt Betsy Mow and would—" A T e 27C 9k ü! t Wü h • , . ook I, -cooId I have given the children into bet keeping? They would hare hated her in a __ -Li, a«._,i_„ WMk. with ber atriet nilea "Li t me be rawing the jacket, dear, while wa Brat and ever the lip» om. That the W«H «a, sraUi ta bUmimtm; little they know of the heart'» wild woe, When Jhfcfi»ora*>»ki Irak WrtfolrtmfaaF Bver gnd yver the Aadowa fall Over the goMea Ev« a giaa« fftah Paradira, lighten» our onaaiad Ever aad ever U» morning dawn. On hope* thedwre breathed ia giadaraa; Ever and ever the eight bring» on far Bvnr and ever the eye of <*od Looketh upon ur with pit,; And ever the light ia shown to us, That gluante from the (Johlen City. X. f. Krtning Pott. How Marfa's Cloudy Day Grew Bright. vou or does of ,* n mid Auit^ I'atay <jl ul _ _ jim — I as not. Now don't look so anxious, I'm going to let you get any dinner; you must rest, and I am guile sura I allant starve. I know just how it fa: the Children look their d in ner and your father took hi»; we ahall do very well on bread and butler and lea, aad Johnny ahall have his jacket this evening. Bo you tad the burden a little loo hand, my poor child r ^ Mgrtha looked up with a quiveriag lip. "Aunt Patay," ahe raid, "it don't raeui aa It did ha faro you came in. 1 think tha dear Lord bum have sent vou to comfort me. All day yesterday I had such dreadful thoughts. It raearad to me that 1 had taken thing» upon me which did net bekam tn mv yearn. I regretted hiving left the academy, 1 almost for taxing uirther away. I felt old and iiijor ed, and Unwilling to work. That made things r i wrong, partly. When the liaya cam« home, took up every littfa tbiag they did and mid, and they grew oram mid <|uarrelled with each ^■.hismia i ü3ä'»"2 Ç ipa seemed uneasy and atay, after all, I don't know /I ' wing looked this morning. "Homeliinra 1 think your father should hire a housekeeper, and let you go back lo school," mid Aunt Palsy. "The rhildivn might not fare ■0 well, bat then it seems a pity, don't it, that you should sacrifice yourself for them ?" Martha caiq^ht'Aunf Patsy's' eye, in which fatrked a aad tenderoees, and the hot blood rush ed to her cheeks. "Aunt Patsy, I know what you mean. ' I raa It all; Ufa wia not given to ua for self indul gence merely. Paps shall have no housekeeper not hit foolish, complaining Martha. Oh, how they would all mi« ma, en relus» aa I aometimaa am. and incouipeieiiL When I forget myself, and «riva to walk In (lie Muster's footaiei«, they are all ao happy and wiUing to katp me. Eve thing goro smoothly then—at least, jars and dis corda oon't bother me. It ia only whan I for gat aad build up the puraibla castles that might '"ÄW'taifcteteL! ä aa whan t hay COM* hstue ; il is »U aayraMpmj own m far ruble lalAah of— my Wisla a full hour, yesterday, Johnny's h»T« fafan Uh,|«w |U , atn that yon cam. in tu paVraa right w&li mXaelf. T didn't know I »fore that it waa Mkalmigr day ; and oww 1'U tidy tha and go Ifag or borrow aooie cream, for wa ha#»l»tlac.'f . ' -Van ahall hava half of myyei lag,- ahld Abat Patsy. -Herlfa yaw kamt whara to find i Martha kiarad not accused tiod went tuil. Oh, Aunt luit I have mv i If 1 hadn't brooded II afaerdav's Ohwra the key, and tha furrowad chaak aad raa LU« 'if U le» 1 h !£•.£> Sfeüte « Syj A «pSS j » «"»>»■» l "Itfa tha grace of dod," -) _ *i1 T ■ I H Ji *^ diM «» A«atKa»y F | 5 £22 ÄÄÄ ! hon«, prepend for I Wcw.lm u ihuehlMm, ram.- _?***■ '•"Jjonnd sweats« ami In unit word» of hnutbud in thé atnto* welcome, a lowing h All ? liHblie They bre D1 *?i.* nd l " d "»«d lh»ir , benL* f " Johnny we. delighted at the eight of We fi». "? W" Hr, «ai a* Aunt pe-ahml hcr ce hi. btnor he, V?n. ""I *" ,l " i « hl Utile I ÏJ l +***& «"d *m»|*Ted that ~ ■he mannt nlwny» u> be m good 1 could. * And that «enlng ei the Hied father drew hie î™! ï. P k* 1 'ÏA üb * stanch lore and gratitude "•eldèet girl,Martha bit tbaiibepm nuauhere of and refine. I From the N. Y. World. J 1 Ufa )earned ham thorn hawing officiel reiJ No. tiovn with the Japanese embes sy thatlhe nub-1 ■Unce of the article republlahed in the World I from the Ovdrand Chin* Mail, showing the per-1 aeculiona of Christie». by Jaiw»fMh ia a mailer I olJact. The^WÄ^rPmecute the 1 t hn»tiai»a hm niwa|nbat|adef»n(M by her offi cera, and aa the exiatence of thé empli4 depend* on tbe religioue belief of the diwinity of ibe m lew, no comprouiae hen ewer been «Berte, 1 by tbe I treaty made by Commodore Perry, The Jap-1 FT «mm agreed to refrain from Tdigiom peneni- ! tioa, nnd ewen aconieaced ia the abolit, Jncl Hm I practice of tramping cd the evma, but the bitter I hatred end dread of tbe Cbrmlien aUll romain- 1 ed. At tbe lime oftbe holding of the eonven-1 lion which wu intended toeeltleaH theeecanaen I rddiCeul lim. ««I which waa ettendMi fay the repreneutetives of the tree! powers of the world, I Iwakere wm present end distinguished hiunwlf I , b, the mal hediapl^ m fawo™ofthe right of | Japan to act towaide the Chrfatiana in any ncr that government ahotitd deem heat for the intercala of the ooaatiy, and tie altrays denied the right of any foreign power to interfere in the internal management of thoafiairaof Japan,— I Timt peraecnlion» haweoocorredainoethhimeei-1 mg u not denied. The place called Nagaxki | »known hw the name of the Mrakami settle-1 old Chrwliaiunho «I flared greatly at the hand* I a oftbe government, ataj before the perwcution» *"** P^°P ,e ^~~ I binding them locreaAmg both in numbers und I lu influence an edict wae usued declaring them tu I be alawes in the minea, and compelling them to tdeep without shelter. This edict was inned I UiT. the conwenüoo wra in rtraion. An effort was made to secure the reMoration of throe two-1 pie to their home., but it wu unauccesaful. This ration nearly droTroyed the Mttlemenl, «ul but ftirs remained quiat natil after the embism, bail I SSÄTte'Ä be- outragea abould be oommiltod during their kb-1 n sauce. Upon arriving al Salt Irtke citw Iwaku- 1 ra informed Minieter De Long that nmificatiou I bad been received from the government of Je- 1 pen that outragea bad again commenced. This I ao communication waa accompanied by a déclara- I I tjon that Uia government wee in no wa, respun at «Me for th« ; bm that Urn P«Moution wra the lo- act of local oAoert who in thnir anal to aervn I their ruler hod overstepped the merk. Wheth-1 er thia aaauiwme after the eommiaeion of the | I dead hi the hooaet expreraiou of the heart or 1 -It the tricky utterance! of a prominent man of a cunning nation cannot be raid. At any rate, the gymUaat endeavor» era being made lo con* I her vine, thia government of tbe troth of the »late- 1 meet The ambeeev ia here aatersibly for IM I ou rr p ~ u — ?r m m Iicly announcing to the powers which are friend-1 ly to in# installation of g new rale, but they also I ook p°-"î «"irr. *° L . w 'ïJf y into tiona deemed adriraMe; thoeit fa the grëalrat I a pair» am being taken to create a good Tmprea-1 . ÎIT» TV.., I "on. That thia anoanroabould pamadeat the I wa preaant time Ia particuUrly unfortunate for them, I f far ^ '«*•« "lor nm the Bo» of Man came aot to be -SJ- to ■ttokéer." —Ohnvfiew arttuMlem I« Japan. » txManre should ba made at the I preaant lima la pwuinifarly uafortuaata for tham, I ra the pralimiaariaaof anew treaty Iwtwaan thia I 7 T V tour of the Japaaara ah» combines a carefal in* 1 1 ■pcction of the public works of afber nation» I with the pleasant duty of laformiog poarara at I paaca with Japan of tha ioaullmion of a hew J Emperor. Tlua information fa oarafully heard Thera «h» have «»died tha Ja — I'm I do aad Bo It day It me hire fare that raa how they dis for ä right waa ed. character tha Wo« declared that the material, I rather than tbe moral, ebaraoterfatica of a nation > fa droirud, and that whila ggpaitu prova their understanding rolativa to the ma»v ■ Hal program of a eouatrywlll beqtrtckly grasp ad, tha aoctrbira of monlily, whila attanttvaly I Th« they aboald ho eaiwftllly watched fa the | judgment of all familiar with their character, and that any great r ofc w allon of etc or will taka plaaa fa greatly doubled. z tiod Fopl Watbr tir liAWCAwmi.—Tbr some weeks part tha Coneafcma water hae baan very muddy and impnra. When permitted to aland for some length of lima hi remets a large qnan lity of slimy eadiment falls to the botloru. When boiled, a disgusting acuta gathers on top of it.— | It fa alma« unit hr nra either for wauhing, drinking or cooking. Wh«har the oigaiuc mv . . . . , not wa do nut know, tat it haaa an« uninviting appearance, and m only uaad by thorn who oui- 1 not conveniently obtain pomp or spaing water. | Wa think il should be analysed by some cotope- I lent person, and the raauil of Ika aaaiyefa pub- I Ifahad for the beaafit of the ODaaaiiaaMy. This I seems tu ha more necessary from tha fact that I cmaplainla Of impnre WAtar ami eicknam reaull ing from its use, are heard from other ciliés.— I HamsbuM hra anffaradI an •l'idemlc, «nd many death* resulted fr» no the use of foul water.— I are enterlainad of a similar apidemie in F Heading, and Ike newspapers of that city are calling upon tha amhariuapM Iahe - - ~ plaint of had w NtawaMié pmf, a«fafad fax aiima in Co anly aH ayad bv « |*oaipi alyafa of the water, which wan fawwn lain ao orofaiic «ni tax of a fia fa l mi oua . Tha Philadatphi» rva I» and qnile aa axena lu« hi a. which charao Ur a »laughter fa aim sod taouary amply Itair dfiiil inUi the Salnaylfcig atwva Ike fainauunl dam, i whotkihla «ul uinra m a« um» I ___ Li— ... .u- — I facarvtad ihtoOa'ta^Tand'brto tha «om£fo !ftta5Ä W.TZ« far a mo^^tai| ine that our Lancaster water is of au vil* awhar 1 m .lfataf ih# Mans ikal NHobfif ike |ii I gas wuffca I MWoKlHlkb ■Mate,« tha yank aune «team, and F»* (hat «uasts^xaisyrj:. taatog aamnpfa «apply of par* arafav^il fa a I npun the wafer cuainittee to I _ _ _ _of uurvfapply am kept par* | aad lha «apply famlf abimdant.— La», hué. and d»<y raa .—I—ft?-#«**, rafPS _ FURNITMtllp j H. L. BtcOONNBLL, l (fiuecaaaor to Uattoa A MeCoantlU I H " on *»•■«*. •» t^e old »und. | *0® Merket Street,■ Philadelphia, ! A LAR,,E ST0CK 0F FIIiE I r»rtor,-Chamber end Dining Deem PUHNIIUHE! + AT UBEATLY REDUCED PRICKS! All good»' warranted. All eld owtomen will be ? ki- ■ " ** formerly, and the |iatron»ge of the liHblie ie «»meetly luliciled. he, I W i ~ 1 L e UIAMiaaai I • ■ • I " 1 I . No. 221 W«fit SCOOltd StTiSt, nub-1 9 1 I - »hip per-1 WILMINGTON, DEL. I nowlTtf 1 1 tbe I THOMAS MITC HS L. Jap-1 FT r R S 1 SH 1 V fi FXDFRTAKFK ! _ ù la ul It G C A DEBT A *-ER Hm I âgaÜS.hî'pSbîio «B!55l?th« h» ba.» I marert ftom the N. W. corner of Fifth an i Ft 1 "'"i* NO - 41 * KtNQ- NTHKttT, I Where hei» prrp»r,<i1 toaive hi» i>»ri>on»l atteution the '^1,0 "^""^ P.tart" Roï«o" I Banal UuliaL I ^*8 wokss«.! the right to use Stockton of | 'œSVâÂ''' the the I I MPUf FHRNfTMRF CT/IOf | IwCPv rUrTIwll UffC ù/UffCt I AT NO. 1IG KINO STREET, I »tookof FüRNiÏübV whiST £?U »rtîiîa IAT to Mt u ^~~ I H*u***m.%2 u* 14»; Tabi*s.|2 io #ao'; Sofssg^llü I und I lu CbiMrs.75c. (o|25; Sks*Us.C* m«$ 1^. tu I cj»»tenüy un band or msd» u ordsr. to rn^e to"ird» r , and »Id , I blindgretokiiiud and trinunsd. I two-1 m-g ?i fön^d« mÎTt rraSraCfeVraeaT This "et-if af--Paper bail I fît THE 8BCW MD STREBT rtn I kb-1 344 N. ohCOND ST.. PHILADBLPUIA. #3» 1 The OM Stand «»Behllwhad Btraarv, triumphant In I I B'UMRifiTUBE. I Je- 1 Duri»r the recant 4aiwa«<anin haaine»»« laid in I This I *!!'n'L' I I P»t«nt n.i. Lntaeli whiX Jmk^a tooT'bed'mt I the gt^U^k.Mo.^ aervn I cauFarlor uiU Upholstered In apy style to salt purcheiers. IVIîfs Bros , the | f . t , yl N - 8oeon4 * t " * bo T* ' 1 ■L'RiMfr. or 1 °* a rate, con* I J. A J. N. HARMAN, »late- 1 HoJIOKINU STREET. WILMINUTON. DBL. | IM I ^SSSwb, * ««»rectfullr Inform the citiien» ut friend-1 —Boo hand at our large and long established I also I 22SJÄ L" - *J®w er/ f * r l et > sty!#, ".itubu^^H^dinia;^»»"»^ I chamber uvea, . Ourraaortmem ofFnrnftnre laaalerf» and varied I »»ranhefonadtnDelaWare.aiidallarticlaaaoldatl the I oureatahHahneet arawarranied aa represented. them, I Vénitien Blinda orwht «mtfaahionable de«i,na inataatlr oil hand. Wa tantlr keep a tare» aa *! rSïaMÎtt'** tisiSri^t. „ , -~h. I,.- mcuonnell. COTTAGE S. f IFURJNITURE be AT REMOVAL Î each I oet!7 LEWIS F. ADAIR HAS OPENED A Furniture ana venitun Blinda. the I ou . tham, I V thia I "i" 1 * tu -réat aaé 0 V «rt^rate^rlI^HEir in* 1 1 *. . I '»1 __ at I . . hew J REMOVAL.. heard . AJ IL T. YOUNp, I llnhiil tlnr w ««Il Tuila rlalar nation > tJ P uuls Mavl OWM WWCriNhrr ma»v ■ , n - aL , • _ a . . , grasp- No. 4 01 Shipley Streak, , I ^JL^^^fortaarly wall ratabtfabed Fural-1 w!iSn5rB\wtotUR^/J^SSh the | order* in bl» lins »f bniae« marts tt * I WHI remue» ou the tStb isrtsat. tram No. 71s Shiplar street, tu z STEAM MARBLE WORKS, some very aland qnan When it.— | MARB1.B MAMTI.K8, oigaiuc 1ERE RIDGE AVENUE. PUILAD'A., (orlUh St.,aad RUlira Avawue.) Is new prepare« tu furaisb at lovrrat prices TABLE TOW. , WASH STANDS, eimviTiikK Tarv oui- 1 IUBNITURK TOPS, water. | TILING, Ac., cotope- I - pub- I StBBIBfBlR, GfgTCtlOtlta This I ■■ll TnmIlB that I * reaull- * Cemetery Lut» enelo**d with Msrble I or ilramte Ooi.inr; »I«, Post» sml many JBBfl iÄ"** I «^20-1 y in are Co |*oaipi MONUMENTAL I» MARBLE WORKS, and DM. Aktao* êRadtaoii Street, SU charao uh»êrïhè t woald raapecffully au to Wa friaada and tha pakUo. that Prepared to do all kinds of Mom .1 Marble Work in tha bast manner 1 «•a h» i dfiiil dam, IS men la _J0S3B8f um» I Jjfff Hlta« raapraJrXr .»OWiV a — I HwatalrasVecf liabUc petroara*. rad gaUafahta ta«. 1 faktafa thîir*w«fo f " ,,io " * TO ° "* T *** JOHVL. MAtoMg. awhar 1 " Mans and I «ijfiatJ La* w , fa a I W tauur to I par* | delivariax raaularly vavy ta* Ire PITS BY A KICK, 4UI Foidar Street. r«d foot Thirteenth Strvat. «*♦»•*, *r. A. THOMAS, No. 605 Shipley Street, H N. tnces. nariajr in Oil tages ability r nd dress WILMIMOTOK. DBL. Has just received a full line of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS. Together with a aeneral aeeortmeot of Bent No. 1106 Chestnut street, I !ti I I I»tu« - k I PHILADELPHIA, I Swtea. I I . . . . ., „ . a.v ... ,1 given, *?.£«!:« "«rtL mÄÄ* Ä7.*ur- f 1 rounding country. tLat be has torued uCo-partner-1 Proo »hip under the I FIRM OP 1 1 I TEMPLE OF FASHION, EâTAALfSIlED 1857. I - MBS. M. A. BINDER, . Importer and Daaitnarof I r. h « PARIS BBS LONDON NOVELTIES. I I fn 0 * a ntly Triramsd Ptner P»tteru 4 of Lst«t »nd I W#w mîî?VJîi.lhiî^îfïïK? r.ïTLÎ?«? snd îdVîî'M I £^, re Stjle . for Lad nd htldren | , Uüi * , ,| Trinainn R.rt rad Imitati.. I J^ 0 J"; n ( 1 }L' , , v , 0 ^ n!^k «k°i« n W »°h » I •'bip. ÏÂÎvfÂ Ä.'mra^ ï'Wrllï.fc < l,rr " 1 .... , . , I 1 P.terns. ^iniwal. . a a I n/\r\ .a, I Fnur 209 new store i I I 11 I QHIIITH £ WIT^T I w 1« 11 1 IT Ql It End 1, I I 90» MARKET STREET, | aonpriaina all the „eveM dartraa and noat rali ut able make«. In »nr doiuunc ,uoda ■« have full »AfaM. *• * oUeU * n •" œi - I * — aa NOTIONH. Ac. A CALL IS SOLICITED, aprlhutr-tf SPECIAL NOTICE I J. M. HAFLEIGH, J.M. HAFLEIGH & Co. map", Dauish. Importen und l tr alert in UR Y HOODS, NO. 1105 CHESTNUT ST., I Who are now prepared to purchnde all GOODS A T THK LOWEST CASH RHfCF.S, and the Choice* Stork of UR Y GOODS m now Offered by them at very Low Urine. OPENING OF Spring Styles in Ladies' Suits, Woduesday, March 20th. mao2''m fully of being 154 and our Pu w K have now opened a handuome and eow plete line of toner and staple DRW GOODS. .4 SMITU k WEST. It« jyll-lv 20» Market street. WM. B. SHARP, No. 4 East Third Street, Hoa opened a fall aaeortment ol . NEW AND SEASONABLE To DRY GOODS, , Aiwa»» on head* full .took or MOURNING GOODS» * I HaadMuis Drraa Fabriea. »plaadid qualities of 71s BLACK SILKS, JAPANESE SILKS, die. A I of tha latost *ty|e«aBd moat reliable make«. A Dili 'line of DOMB8TIO GOODS, At tha lowest rates. WM. B. SHARP, Na. 4 KmI Third hlreal, WILMlNOTOlt. DEL I arrt-lv Delaware Carpet House, Ac., sml 309 Market Street, above Third Street WILMlNOTON. DEL. The cheapest place in the State to buy roar QARPTTS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTIHOS, and WINDOW SHADES, is :at HENHY GREBE'S, 30» Marks* »trus*, N. B.—Bar Carput «orra to order at lha abort« otlru. and lowest mark« ***** irlMi rw 11KKMANN AHRENS, •ENEMl PROVIMON DIALER, No. B34 Tat nail Street, WILMlNOTON. DKL. Would ru*proafoU)> I» hit frisndr sad lha aaMii- Ibui hs »till curriu* <>a the Heel burl iifim at La« old aloud, ana will keep constantly * î beet quality of au that 1 a "* T SUOAKrtHIHED HAMS. ÖAÜÄAUi DRIED BEW. ^ ^ All Af which will be ould wholesale and reLAil at tha logeât city pt ices. _ Heratarna his thanks to his nany ewatomars far I past fhvers. awd raspectfblly ooltaiu aaostissaaoslkat Ire a*l»2M I a. Hw ^dimtscnunts. H l'NUEBronlt i'OLLEtilATE l\SII - rilTE, AUAMS. JKFFKttèU:» C«UMÏ. N. First-do«« Boarding School for Ladies and Uanilomen. Gr.uluoting courses in Ciassics, Set* tnces. Katineeriag, Business and Musi«*, »nd pro nariajr tor college. EUROPEAN lBAGilLK. OF IN&TKUMENIAL MUSIC. Pine opportunities in Oil Painting and Drawing. Unexcelled advan tages in all branches. Teachers of experience and ability tn every department. Location iikalthkcl r nd ACrgsaiHi.e. For catalogue or inforinan<i dress ALBERT B WATK INS, A M . Prin ail Hi. Cheap Farm«! Free Homes! UM THE LIM! l»K THK UNION PACIFIC KAII.UOAD. * USII HRIKT OK 113,000,000 ACRES ■ N THK. Bent Farming and Mineral Lands IX 1UBBICA. 3,000,000 Aerea in Nebraska IN THE «RUAT PLATTE VALLLY. THK Onrden u,l tbe VV *• » t • NoVV FOB SAbfc! These lauds are in the central portion of the I ni I !ti I Anteriean Coutineut. and lor grain growiug and I»tu« - k rairinx un-uree.-fi I» any iu the l niltd I Swtea. , I CHEAPER IN PRlCh, luure tavoraiiie tern,. ,1 given, and uiof* 1 convenient to market (h t f fnp . Mllnl St>tlBP(1 Proo Homesteads for Actual Sotlers. I the aisr locatio»* m.k ,:ou,aitx. IwMfiw ewameJao i. Hwww.ieml of iho Ac«-«, 1 wee« r.»aa. to ruara.«.» ok l.no. . prpka .. . I r. h « e 5h®JH*«inî th»'^»^ ,he r '*' u or I Foriir» wiags »Eli dvFcrtDtiuD.' »nd I W#w *** Eleg—t Styles of Double Reed I Cabinet Oraan* | , , . |fi"££^hïro.5h »°h » I •'bip. the-«« arc cheaper than i.nv f. ÎÏV'r,,.rd,u ,ry , le I ufrature thi! Cempray run nff..rd. : 1 takito «H .. erice. .hi-h vSdrtSTIORAliir ' UEAPl\>T. I Fnur OeUve Organ» ir) each: I'iv 209. I Cirmisr, with o' inion, ; .f MORK THAN i, 11 HOU-SA N L> MtSICIANS. rent tree, MASON dt HAMLIN ORGAN CO., rali full œi - Semi for the o»*w Dewripti map", pubh-hftl Dauish. it in |, h I *'t. th Krglmh, lieru* tn. everywhere. etli.-h amt tiled tr t». F . DAMS. V. V. K K. C«... Oui tnii. Neb. AdiirftW Land CoiuajDFio Portable Soda Fountains, $40, $n r >0, $7*"> auii $100. A T at GOOD, DUttABLE and CHEAP. Shipped Ready for Use! MASDF4CTURKD J. W. CttAPaM * N A CO., M idi.« tv •WSKND KoR cikui i.AH.-aa Kxlraerdiitry iBproTfoifiiis IN CABINET ORGANS. The MASON X HAMLIN ORGAN CO. »unco the expect" •" turnt" cr«».luetii. .f i fully of maeh ait.r« than urdinury mtere-i. ih P REED ANU PIPE CABINET ORGANS. being the only MiccoMful ronihination of HKAI. ad«; ••inif the kev.— circular!*. ife r oil. '«I led * trt lit t-.r 1 HOW inder the lave Orgiin-' t.j ree« is Sl^' Ftyle.d up to fl'dHi eaoh. •1 Testimonial NK With thre 154 TFomont 8t. Boston. ftörCARPEN I ERS. BUILDERS, ^ and all who contemplate Building, supplied with our new illustrated Catalogue on «TA. J. BirsNLLL A Co., Architeetuul Book Pu bliah cr*. 27 Warren St . S . Y .*%• AG EST* W AITED FOR 5.VJ Broadway. N. V ceiptof Ftsauip. eow S ICHT C ensationO OF NEW YORK ■VV,c >'» .4 Work Dwcr*i*%*c the L\ty tin carton* phr id It.w It« splendor« and wretehe ine«r. it« high life; it« marble palace« und durk den-: it? tion« sudtdanger«; it« King« mnl I riiniK leading men and pulitician«; it- advenuiren charilie?; it.« mystcri«« and Illustrated with nearly 250 Kih Send for nrrulare, rat fh t-rvi* r L. Saftona it« itn Ungr »vine-* ' • - l rut,Ink J'hUa turn of the C Pa. WANTED. AGENTS To «ell the Improved Flor*»nt % e Sewinu Maohino. J lakes Jour i tiff, nut êtUcfuv, H'l lot tht! Work Jour ' t<ut' /<•< it For Brauty, Simplicity an 1 Durability. _< final. Liberal (enai. Salesroom, ihratnat »I . Phlli*filvl|»hla. WILSON k PENNY P VC k KR. M r,:L<. nd.,. >.> I rr:i igCTi. die. A MRNTN WasKfl. A * at work tur ua than at ; I iaht aad |K»rman**ut Am* k louvy thing el Uarii- ui.trn treo. i. /'.././î»/t»».. Di.rtland M SOM à C • N, riaaaiu., N Y. 1? la«« I Nauias uf patron« in 4u State u.s. 'Ut.*, A Dili CUNDURANGO. Nnpplv afitark tvaurnl. »•rice Hcduruel. BLISS, KKKNK 4 CO S FLl III KXTKACT Cur*. Cancer, Scrofula, dvphill». »'i.t .rrh, Kbeu impl.inl .ill ill..«. L'l maiDna. Nauralsi*. Pulmonary L oara, bait Kheuin. c?kin Dise.i«**«. ea«e«. I« purely vegetable. T'>> >■ Further. tMiltl by all 1>ruggi«t«. I 1 I Die Rh ml . DEL I oMr »7.0 I'rltsr'St'.. 's per noi L'lretilar. i 1, w 1 ork REWARD or auy .*n«o of Lliet, llvt'ding Ift'hing 1 Pilt« that 1 »k Ti t.K Kkmkpv fail« to cur*. It I« prvp.ircd cx aroasly t and .thing else. Sold by all Druggi-t«. Frit*e91. i cerj Street K ■ the Pile-'. GILLESPIE & BRO.'S, PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting ESTABLISHMENT, 215 West Fonrth Street, llmlrxlaa. Del abort« irlMi Kwrything for •vrtoining to their iue ol huMuess. le DKL. Ibui burl ana will * C Or- Private dwell Sing«, factories ami f I'bnrcbe« fit toil up with « «ater, steam, or *»" and on the most ret' Fouahlc u*r»ns. v/ majrä-lr JOHN CIBBONS, M. a#a WIST FRONT RTRRKW, ^ at tha _ far I CnfUomars eappiiad at all tnwas at aaostissaaoslkat ratas, aad puwass» «ent to ooy port DEALER IS Fmk Pork, Hama, Dried Beef, Lard, Sautage, Scrapple, to. trhvnl aranB-l» a*l»2M I a tr.