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DA7E3JP0RT
Bryant & Stratton
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
AM'
TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE
f- The Largest in the West.
The largo i.uin!«'r of youns m«
1
tvho have no time or money to sjieiid
Upon studies that are not to be of irno
fical financial value to them must,
from their necessities, enter at once
Upon the the short way to suceesaful
ami useful lu*ine*s life. Rusine*
Colleges have become a national n«
ee-fity. The l»e«t men of the country
fecognize their useful mission nnd
patronize them. The student should
•elect the best institution, and the lest
Is the one that present* the best course
®f instruction, ha* the best corps of
Icftcherx and the best arranged rooms
for clarification. The Davenport
lusines«( 'ollepepresents the following
8PECIAL ADVANTAGES:
The very lar re altetiilaiier and
jiroftta!k-litlfim-H of th-'iillege ell
able* the proprietors to soctirc the best
talent for teachers. They pay the
largest salaries of any Business Col
lege in the West, and employ only
those teachers that command a high
place even-where and are worthy of it.
The College rooms are fitted up in
substantial and elegant style with all
the modern improvements expressly
for this College, and are probably the
best arranged rooms for Business Col
lege purposes in the West—and are not
surpassed anywhere.
The Boarding Club is in successful
operation and furnishes the student
with excellent board at prime cost.
The kitchen, dining room and table
ftj rniturc complete is furnished by tlin|
College free of charsre.
a cook employed,
groceries and provisions are bought at
wholesale, each student paying his
proportion of actual cost. In this way
good board and rooms, furnished and
tsken carc of, is obtained at a cost of
about $2.50 to $3..ri0 per week.
Superiority of Penmanship Depart
ment. This department furnishes first
class facilities for preparing young
men to !ie?*omegood business penman,
Or for acquiring a thorough scientific
Wnl practical knowledge of penman
ah ip, business and ornamental, or to
ttaelj penmanship. Both of the pro-
fe
ictors of the «"ollege are classed in
Spencerian publications as adept*
la the Spencerian, which is the only
qrstem that uniformly produces good
Writers, and is the standard «ivst»-m,'
Our student# are in demand as teach
ers of penmanship in other schools,
•lid frequently get situations as such
tx-lorc completing the course.
Every department has a professor in
ekarge as instructor, who is selected
With special reference to eminence al
liady achieved in that department.
We are confident that all these »d
Vintages, combined, are possessed l.y
other school. They are considera
tions which unite to influence the stu
dent to choose the Davenport Biisinesti
College as the place for liim to obtain
practical Business Kducation. i
Six hundred students during the'
past year.
For further information apply at the
College Office or address
MONTAGUE & LILL1BRIDGE,
47-13w Davenport, Iowa.
LINES.
THKCHICAGO NUI II WR-'I HI?*
N XoKlll F.l N K IIIO *», MlNKr.f.OTA,!"WA
JXft MK IHk'A, A I if oHXlA 141,'t tl WkMKHM i kK
sn-'Rikti. it*
Omaha arid California Line
IFC.THF UIH! ROUTP HMWTII CAOO
MMt Mil puiii |h in No rn KHN l.l.iKoi*. low a 1M
Koi A. NtHtAlKA, WVuMKO. Id.KKAlH) I'TAlI.
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I'M HAY. KM IS ,H«. NH. ,I VIT. *«,4I N RR.
Met ...It U.S. IIaKo.. k,. ai,.l tL.- l^ikr suiwri.ir
Owiiiiry. It*
Freeport and Dubuque Line
'v- routi
i, JKuk
port. Iti
Chicago and Milwaukee Line
the old Lftk'- sh.-rt* R«»ute. and l«» th»* only one
fit
I'llHAHi) hllfl RVAKRTOM I.AKK
FoKtH. IIU.IIlA^li 1'AKK A ATKkUAN, KACINK.
K*lX'feH A HIi'l I Wil KEL
Pullman Palace Drawing Room
Cars
M* run onall through train* of thin roaJ.
fhwlstli«»oM y UNK rtiniiiiitf tfaHM** cars b*
ctitraKo and hsuii aul Minceapolta.
Cfcl »tgo nnd Milwftuk» '-. hi« aiU Winona, or
CtMt tfU"
AI 1 »rt-eu
lUy.
Ci t*«- i-»ru«'CU'iiH ar*' made at 'hira#o with Ibc
take -nort- A MichiKan Southern, Michigan «ii
trai. lirtltiuior»* A Ohio, rm-OurK, Ft. Wnync A
C'bl^o.KaiiKakH' I.iin- and P-o Haodlf Houi**M,for
ajl
P»MIU
tA^ am! isot
'l'il KA^T. and vMtb th*
and Alton and liUtiol* t'^niral for all
yiMiii* SOVTH.
C'j»inin*-i-ti'»nJi ar* aino with the Union
*arMK- 11 U al Omaha for ai) far wmul |»rdnt«
'fait vMiectwra made at junction jxjiiUt \Hth
trtit** uli cr*i jmirdx
Tj» k»*"s over tiiu» rout** are tw»1d hy a)) Coupon
Tkkn in the l'iiit«'d
SIHU*
and ianadaM.
JBtiofinber, you a*k lor your ti-k«*tn via th* i hl
eac'1 ^Corih
WwjUtii
Raiinay. nnd take nonf
utb -r
New York OfTl«o, No. 415 Droadway DoNton
OfflfH, No. 0 Mate st re«-t Omaha Oflive.^to Karn
bam Street ban Krunn^Mi iitlhre, 121 riU(m»'ry
Itrwc I hicaKo Tit'k^i ark Street, un
"•heriuan Uoune 75 r«nal. comer M»dtHoast
JCinzo-1 rttreet Uvpot, ru«r W. Klnee and Can
Paoa. Aa't. Chicago. Oen Mang'r, bicago
Bil!l S13 e u.Sal
WERMTiilM tXKIBiTiOH,
'i n*•" i'N' :TK
Pt
Mi
pliin* 1
A S O N & A I N
OHGAIST CO.
T-'i- ...- :.
rtoi, i.i«trti 1..-•:.» ot tt.n niisr
A N K I N
RmO'tlhr."^ fill.I t-'jiiHl lii.'lriHut ',r, I. tu-, ,.f
resonance mi qusi.'},
»nit 'i'ii rw inivLi.jjv of keys..iirt luw*. withthor
on^hn'W .rtc.Uiin»tti|i. c.mb.n."! v j! ^!rri|.l!. :ty
».r .ii'iiou. A P. (.odHOIlN. iHitiU-r ii'ntr a.
J. L. CAVITOKU.. .*••. J. H. /-in.
'•h.Ur m:.i J-I I'/'H «f itu*. tutln. II. K. ol.lVEH.
of U,r„,p .VI'. J. Pl'IIiKDMAYEIt, B.
Wi«a'lt KIR
M. '1
HoMrsoN.oro. F.
isn FAV1IF, J'KNKr.
T'i"
2K' AMERICA ALWAYS
tV
mi
TF. T:M I
•himi iv r.niifu fjt. Mi«-i- ,nna, fn hrth
»h» 7 "-i,!
1'
file urn On? rbojtftiisid
Concaaiptlve* Take %oilcc!
Xsirf nsoaeat drisy o*k*« »oiir ear*
More boprlesi, *tid much iedtrd« on tbe
Jiidiciout choic* of retns.ly. Th« iinouat
oi testimony iu f«Tor of Ur. S bcBck'» Hul
monic Srrup. cure for Contampti
Ur xceed» all that can.bc troaj(h to *u
port the prftentirri of any oth«r m«di.'iit
Set Ur Sohentk's Almanac, coiitaioine th'
reapfctaNility. who have been restored
health, aft^r bfiajr proaounoed irn arsble by
phrslcian" *'f ackc«wl'~tleed ability
8cheDck'a Pnlinonic Syrup alone has rured
many, as the*, eridencet will show but the
cnre"i» often promoted by the employmen
of two .--ther remedies wkie). Ir. S. h^nck
proTidcs f'"r th.- parpote. Th#»e additiona
remedi*» are Schcnck's Sea Weed Tonic and
Mandrake fills. By the timely «»e of thes
medicines, aecordinf to direction*. Dr.
Schcnr k certiflea that moat any c»»e of con
lumption msv I cured.
VEGETINE
SCROFULA,
Sfi-orulons Hnmor.
T— 11 will eradicate tb€ tvaiett «Mi
taint or ft-rofula and num* Hnmor. It haiper^
m«ntly cur*»d thon-ooda in Boston and rfcioitjr mke
bad beto long snd pa nlul i*nff^rer«.
Cancer, Cancerous Hnmor.
TFC**
marvlf'ii* *»f VF*iE1IVK in
Foe ttiti complaint Hi
be obtained through
great bkKKl purifi.-r.
& N-W
SV IA OKILOMN, IIINA, JM'A.V
and At
STRAMA. 1:M
Chicago St Paul & Minneapolis Line
fitti^hhort line l'«lwe**n
'ui*UIKI
1« N HTH BKS
CM#
Caoc and rhal »uZ"P BMMt
DrofoQBd att^n im of ti»** -.U -al ttMUif o
IMMM art prescribing VK«»ETINE »o tWr
t*nkT.
TKOETTN'E haaoerer fafled toeora** Ml
flMUble caae of Casker.
Sercurial Diseases.
The VEOFT1NR meotn wish wimderfaj
Mcareot this of d.
Pain In the Bone*.
Inthf* complaint the A Erif-riNKHthefraitreai
edvtaiH rvBKW* f'otntbf vjRtpm th« prodocifig
MM.
Salt Kbeum.
Tatter, Salt Blienm. S. ald Head, Ac., will eartala
l/ytaidtothegreat ali«rati»eeffect«of VEGJCTIN'K.
ErjTKipelas.
Constipation.
VKfiETIKK doe« not act a '-*lti«rtl.- to debili
tate tbe bnw.'K bnt rkanaee nil tbe organ*, ena
.iitif each to iiertomi :iie tanctiosa devoltlog upon
tlicm.
Piles.
VKOKT1NF. ha- r.,-«ior«l tli.Mi.anda lohwlHl Who
have been lorg and piintnl i(f»-eiv.
Dyspepsia.
If TOOicrixi:uk- i, •, mmrnm
ircriiont, e'tsio r.Dfl uy cu^e wHj follow iu
i'aintness at the Stomach.
YKirKTINK if not a •Mmniat .ng bitters whirh cr*~
ai«) a flctitioui apatite, but a irt ntle tonir, mhlch
w-t- nature t*» r**«iore the «iomarh lo a heahhy
a^Aoii.
Female Weakness.
VET.K i INi: a
cotnpU.n:-. 1:
*»»e ptw hi,
sUflyalirt iniftiio
..»*• of th#M
ttl«
asd
General Debility,
ROM|«!.'TLNR I«NI EOW-*E 'if THR VWL.
K «re reati/«*«! Ji.dKv nt'tvr i ranirociLg
m* «»-ii »t.« :»-n« U'i rv«»{the blood
tud ViitjK'l INK acts direct'* ujk'U t. !»4ood.
Vf^ftinf
IN
Sold hy a!! Ini^igt8.
(Or If pkc*d in i line, er«r)
RAIL'Y
Emhrsw nmk-r »n«- mum*. n t.t the Ortftt
Trunk KftMway I intsor llie XOUTFl
WKaT. ami, with t«* rum»»n.»n l-run h.« o*m
i'#rIII»• i!»*• Khort»-»t quirk**! iouif bf
tWfPn(HH Ati«.anlHll point* in hiistu*. Win-
16 MILES OF
all poirit*
U
IKliUHI.N Hllft
I S
$FIF AUI»( N,
s and
br
PAT I.. MISSJ.AFD.il.EKOTA.
DILUTH.
ail jm.ijit^ in th- .NnrlLvv^t iu
La Crosse, Winona & St. Peter Line
J* ihe rouu
BHWFFII
FT
Chicago and LA CROHHK,
WILU'MT. I!"* MRTI.K, 'IWATOM*A, MANKAIO,
1ST. I'RTKIC. NKW M.an1 all
POIOU
&outh»rn
aart iViiirki Miii)f*Mita. It*
Green Bay and Marquette Line
(lie "tily lint- l.t-twero I'hirati'i llllli
JA.HEhVll.I.B,
SOLD DURING THE YEAB 1875
PRAYING BKYOND A HI KST10N'
THE CORRECTNESS OF OUR CLAIM
Vt mora
SiJlES V^z
•n|m)\nnei ti cxh!MtM
i vnni t^ A tiMes
votes, III' WiijyjUrWTC
nr-™'
V»t's, hi
'"f
4'l» n till? reiuac llTIt, I «, (..r luotit1.1v |.|
Is cxpnwl tr-/
•d I ITlf a V
«nw MAMIX HAMLIN Oil
hoBTON: T'nl.n
M., OHK'AOO.
THI'IK
Increasing Popularity,
Superior Construction,
Convenient Arrangement,
Cleanliness and Economy
ill r.M Of fit.'I.
aeffiiniiiiiiia
I? your I inner hat not got them, tend
your Order to thd
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
612. Oll.tfltt Alils Main street.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
on
rro
REK IIKIt A COBB,
19 Tiplon, low*.
THE
Boss Shelter!
HI
Wail Hirecl t»epot, corner Wells and K in
mtrner*.
information not attainable front
v.'uil
HIM] [I^EUICCVLRMN«N|
Saii.Ui.hfAd
am a I' I'uftir .U'-.irci*
SELF FEEDING
CORN SSELLER
two, lour or tlx hoie, in alock «11U
G. D. EVANS & SOX,
CLAREXCE, IOWA,
Sole Agent* lu lb
la territory
It lit Acknowledged by Every
body to be Tllf? BEST
Shelter on fop of tbe Turf.
MM!S-
More raoney in th.-m to the purchaser than
In anvboiiy's threshing machine.

iiii:
BEVKUAI. KLYUISITKH OF HI: CLAI.H,
PENSIONS
\.t.
HRTG.
J. V.. IHI.iiAlil) J\MK8 WATS.IN. y. a.
r.MUNAITI). j'tsiiiH iiKNitv, r.
MTKA,
j"1' V ii,: nfit thnt trm'trm* m4
H}hr*l mini,!. Iiv •ril.H-il I./ If,
"till
UVlt, .. i 1IAMI.IN Ol.i.A'SBr.!
tho I'VI.Y .Wi .t.-v-.,-' F11: ir.NS. tk,i
JV.
Ptins, 1867,
Hid a-d.f
|denifnfftiaii) Mijxrior
jity: t*!hir thr only
Vis!i:i3,1873,
Santiago. 18...
Philadelphia. 1878.
/l| pirnnun Urjiji** rver
IV« ^iwmdml any d^tinc
»'i n» 5 Frrj«e.in
ARE PAID
duat!«d in line of dirty, if b/
a r: id f! i! cr cO.erwise. A
W«t-so cf any km-i, th«
I hj c-t a inker or To^, or
itch-icf lolye.a HUP*
Tl*Kl9
if but gives a
ptnsicn. Vw*e I.UDffB
cr Vnrlco«c V*ln«i give a
rensin. BUt'BIT Y.-lf
«4schar^ed »r wound.in ari$
©r rui/ture, y u get full boun*
ty. 2 giampi for
copy cf Pension and Bounty
Acts. Address all Irttcrt
Tt
B. riTZSEHALS,
U.S. Ciiiin Aci.t, Irdinntp
OliS, ind. .a letterl
marl P. O. Lox 54.'Mt
TH£ PARKER CUH.
SCNp STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BRtfS
WEST MEftlDEN.CT.
THE FIRST GLAaS.
I IMJ oft«n iiOtsecii, when we w#i*
in any party of pleasure Kinongst our
own companion*, how Cyrus (Jreyson
avoidel liquor. The uurri«*t oc-oa
•ion, tbe hottest day, or th« coliie^t
evening found him strictly temiier^to
—a coKI water man of the taoft rigid
type. Yet he made no strong profes
MOD*
Dr. Schonck i» professionally at hi* prln
cip«l office, corner Sixth and Arch lit*.
Philadelphia, every Monday, where all lei
tert for advice must be addre»*ed.
of tempcTanet", and IR» his life
there was every temptation to the
•eekiug of pleasure. He wa« wealthy
an »rti*»t of no mean standing, a favor
it* in society, and would haw l»eeu
eminently handsome exeept for an ex
predion of «adness that never left hi*
dark ey«», a reserve that hung over
hit tjiccch on all oci-aMion^. But that
he loved me, that we had l»eeome like
brothers In five years of close friend
ship. I should never have learnt the
cause of his strict practical temper
anee habit-.
I remember well the morning when
he came into ray studio quite early, to
And nie lying on a lounge, nursing a
splitting headache instead of finishing
tfie picture on my easel.
It was but seldom that I allowed
good company or great occasions to
lead me into drinking, hut my head
ache that day was most ccrtainlv to
be attributed to a freeflow of cham
paign ®n the previous evening, and
t'yrus knew it. He made no com
ment, pamed about the room a little,
and then sitting near ine, be said. In
a voice that to me proved that he had
nerved himself to some great ell'ort,
of
Will, old fellow, I'm going to make
you my father confessor—1« tell you
the story of my life."
Hi* face was so deathly pale, and
liis whole api»earaiicc so shocked ine
that I cried: "Not if if troubles you to
tell it, C'y!"
Never mind that. I want to tell
it. You will respect my secret, Will,
I know,
"I waaa boy of five years old, I
think, when my father suddenly dis
appeared from our home. I cannot
tell you what business his had been, I
never knew but we hail always lived
in comfort, and my vague memory of
father recalls only kindness and love
for my mother and myself, their only
child.
aM la-
fcaB ne*er to C'BI I
retermtc ei«* of Krysipeiap.
Pimples and Humors of the Face.
Uea»no ali"ul torh ne thst Moirby, rough or
pimpled rkiu *-i
IB|J.»O »II
internal canae
»rd no o-.it« ir.l applk-ai »i cau ever cure th«
defect.
VEUETISK the gnat l.|wi purider.
Tumors, lifers or old Sores.
Are e»»»ii
Cieaoae the I
tiieae rompiauit*
i.v an impure **atr 01 :h.- bkKKl.
i thoniUKtiiy with Ki.K1INK,and
til iiirap|ekr.
Catarrh.
only i!«rta«MlNarfltc
•»!. VKOCflMKi*
After he left us my mother sank
into a most despairing sorrow, weep
ing convulsively at all times, often
praying fervently, wasting away to
mere shadow of herself. She was ab
sent from home a great deal, and my
grandmother came to take care of nu*.
They would be gone for hours at a
time on alternate days, always coming
home weeping and prostrated by sor
row.
1 cannot tell you bow long this
lasted, but one day they went out to
gether, and were gone till late at
ight, leaving ine with the servant.
When th*y came borne, mother wns
arricd into the house insensible, and
grandmother «ceiuej hardly more con
»eioiis. All night, from my little crib,
could hear them sobbing and pray
ing, in what, even my childish com
prehension told me, was the extreme
agony of despair and grief. The next
lay my father was brought home
dead, in his coffin, and I kissed him
for the last time.
I remember a long illness of my
KioLher'a and her death. Then we
traveled grandmother and T, a long
distance to a new city.
Here I wa« sent to school, and for
the first time 1 heard myself called by
the name I now bear, Cyrus Jreyson.
questioned my grandmother about
his, remembering my mother had al
ways called me her 'darling Freddy,'
but she told me sadly I must try to
forget my old name, and something
n her hushed voice and white face
ompeiled my awed submission.
•These are my childish impressions
of sorrow, soon forgotten in my happy
life. For, in spite of the unalterable
sadness of my grandmother's face. I
was very happy. My home was very
pleasant, with every comfort that
wealth could give, and I was allowed
all the childlike indulgences, while
all my restraints were only judicious
and kindly ones. 1 went to good
schools, and when I wished to be an
artist every advantage of study and
travel was given to me, till at twenty
une I was legally put in possession of
my father's share of grandfather's
ronerty, and learned—"
Here Cyrus paused, great beads of
procuration standing on his face, but
after a momentary struggle he went
on with his tale:
The night before I came of age,
Will, some of my friends were in my
studio, and we sent for champagne to
celebrate my birthday. I had years
before promised my grandmother I
would never touch liquor, but, carried
away by my companions urging and
example, I took that night my first
glass. Before the party broke up I
was intoxicated, for the only time in
my life. I have a dim recollection of
my grandmother's cry of horror as
reeled up stairs after my friends left
me, and my own pang of shame as I
heard it, but I slept very heavily, and
woke late the next day.
1 expected a reproof and lecture
when I went to grandmother'* room
but she did not speak one word altout
niv condition the previous night.
Cyrus,' she said sadly, 'before
you go to the lawyer's I wish you to
read some papers I have here.'
'Old newspapers they were, dated
sixteen years before, and the columns
intended for my reading were heavily
marked in pencil. My granilmothei
then left me alone, and 1 read all she
hail marked. It was a history of
murder committed in the heat of pas
sion, and while the murderer was un
der the influence of strong drink. H«
was described as a handsome mnn.les?
than thirty years of age, of promise
and talent, and not addicted to liquor
At some festive gathering he had been
led into intoxication, and while craz
ed with drink had become involved
in a quarrel, striking his opponent
with a poker and killing him instant
iy
"I read every word about the long
trial, in which the best talent of the
country defended the criminal, where
money was freely spent, and every
eflbrt made to save the guilty man.
read the appeal to the Governor for
pardon, after he was convicted an
sentenced, praying for pity in consid
eration of his youth, his previous good
conduct, his position and his family
I read his own letter, pleading his Ite
wildered brain at the time he struck
the fatal blow, and the entire absence
of any intent to kill the man who had
been a total stranger to him two hours
before he lay dead at his feet. 1 read
the Governor's refusal of the prayers
and petitions of some of the most in
tluential men in the country.
''Then I came to the prison scenes
the last day and minutes of the con
derailed man. I read every word of
the harrowing accounts of the parting
with friends and family, the sicken
iug details of the execution, and the
closing scene of the funeral. In the
last paper there was simply a notice
of the death of tbe murderer's wife
few weeks later.
When my grandmother returned
to me she said in a very low and plead
ing voice, 'Cyru«, you «*e how drin
will bring strong men to the gallow
and she shuddered, turning white
ashes.
"I tried to brave it out. 'This is an
exceptional case.' I said. 'I am a gen
tleman. grandmother, and drink can
not lead uir to murder. It is a bea«t
habit, I own, but it need never becom
habitual. A glasa now and then will
hurt no one.
".he put a shaking hand upon the
paper*, and said: 'I have heard that
argument from this man whose trial
you have just read, who gave up on
the gallows a life which might liav
been noble and useful, because in hi
youth he would not give up the occa
sional glass of goo.I fellowship and so
ciability.
You knew him?'
ished.
I knew him well. I have pleaded
with hint as I have with you'—and
here, to my horror, she knelt at my
feet —'to entreat him to leave untouch
ed and untasted the fatal glass that
leads to crime. Oh, Cyrus, do not
read this story with careless heart, do
not turn from my prayers and tears
"I raised her up tenderly and held
her in mv amis.
You take my state last night too
much at heart,' I said. 'I shall never
liecoine a drunkard, and really, dear
grandma, it is not very flattering to
suppose I shall become a murderer, to
die by hanging.' aud I laughed aloud
in my pride of strength.
I must tell him .' I must tell him!
my grandmother moaned. 'I've kept
it from him all these years, but I must
tell hint now. Cyrus,' she said,
ing to her full height and looking
down on me from where I sat, 'you
say you arc in no danger of this man's
fate. You area gentleman.' He was
from one of the lest families in the
country, a scholar aud a man of wealth
and refinement. You are youn^- He
was not yet thirty. I say to ypn, .-stop
now! Make a vow, and kecp ^t, that
on will never again touch liquor for
I tell you that this man who gave up
his life to expiate his crime was »«,y
ton an'l t/our father/'
'My father!' I gasped, feeling as if
the hangman's rope was already at
my throat.
Frederick Carroll was your own
father. You must have learned your
name to-day, but the lawyer merciful
ly promised to tell you no more. I
tell you bc-ause I see you hovering on
the verge of a precipics over which
our father was hurled by the demon
drink. I tell you Frederick Carroll,
that if with your father's wealth and
name you inherit his careless disre
gard of the dangers of the path on
which you have taken your first step,
so also will you inherit the fate that
gave hi in n murderer's grave, killed
his young wife, and drove his widow
ed mother and only child to f-eek a
home in a distant city, and hide their
shame under a false name.'
Cyrus paused for a long time after he
quoted his grandmother's passionate
appearand 1 lay very quiet, bu: in
wardly resolving that the painful sac
rifice that he was making for my sake
should not be made in vain.
1 took up my burden, Will, from
hat hour-the curse tliat I will carry
my grave, that no deed of mine can
er efface. I am theson of a mtirder
who was hanged on the gallows for
is crime. I can never tell you what
have suffered carrying this secret
ever bidden in ray heart.
"Tbe sharpest pang of all was when
saw i race Dyer. You remember
her, will'."'
I nodded assent. Only too well I
remembered that episode in the life of
my friend, (trace Dyer, oneof those
gentle, beautiful girls who seem to be
too pure and good for the struggles of
this life, had been one of a party of
young girls from a popular seminary
who sal for a fancy picture of "The
Muses,'' to commemorate their gradu
ation. I had noticed from the first
Cyrus would linger longer over
this fair fa4-e than he did over any oth
of the lovely facts surrounding it.
She had been chosen to represent
Euterpe, and Cyrus --1 think tnicoii
iously —made her the most promi
nent figure of the group, an she was
ertainly the most beautiful. In the
white dress, the classic arrangement
of her rich hair, the pure oval contour
of the face, the large uplifted eyes, the
very spirit of music seemed to breathe,
But alas! as Cyrus painted he also
reproduced upon his own heart this
glowing picture in unfading colors. I
knew his love. I read i: in every
look he gave the beautiful girl. I saw
it in the unwearied toil to make the
lovely face perfect on the canvass, lin
geringover it, retouching and perfect
ing it after all the others of the group
were completed.
And I fancied, too, that the gentle
girl would be no unwilling listnerto
the suit of I be handsome and wealthy
young artist. I bud seen her soil eyes
droop when Cyrus spoke, and a bright
Hush spring to the pure round cheek
I had noted hov. her whole lace had
irradiated when Cyrus talked to thera
all on .subjects he hoped would draw
expression to their faces, apt to
be still
and set during his task.
In those days I wandered why
rus starved his own heart, kept aloo
from that companionship I was sure
waa precious to him why h« refused
Mr. Dyer's gracious invitation t« vj#it
him after Grace left school why, th«
hardest task of all, lie refused to du
plicate the picture for the father, o:
even to reproduce the figure of Kuterp«
alone.
I understood why Cyrus paused a*
he spoke the dear name, ami I waited
silently till he spoke again.
"I loved her, Will, how dearly I cnu
not tell you and because 1 loved her
let her go from me, when my heart
told me I ini«ht have kept her by my
side. I would ask no woman to bear
my burden. I would give no woman
the pang of knowing that herchild
could not bear their father's name
without sharing the heritage of shame
that clung to it. And still less would
I de
•eive any woman who put her
trust in me. I b-t her go out or my
heart forever.
"Will, dear friend," and Cyrus took
my hand in his, "doyon know why I
tell you all this? It is because I lov
you. You are dear te me as a brother
and I would not haw you tread the
path that might blight your life as my
father's was blighted, curse your son
as I am cuwed!"
"And you have not told it ill vnin,
I cried.
I will add one more secret to my
story, Will. My physician tells me
that my earthly pilgrimage is almost
over. When thecoflln closes over me
Will, when my heart cannot be torn
by the story I have told you, will you
use my confidence to try to win others
as I have won you, front tbe demon of
drink?''
I promised my compliance with
wish, and in this sketch, tearfully re
corded. I keep the promise, and tell
the story of Cyrus Greyson s first
glass.
AesaeelnatloR a
Rented).
Political
There is a general exprmrion of hor
nr and disgust by all parties at Wash
ingt.m for the scandalous appeal by the
Washington paper for the assassinst
ion 1'
resident Hayes. That the infa
mous character of the suggestion may
be seen, we reproduce the paragraph
which was as follows:
If a man [Hayes] thus returned to
power can ride "in safety from the
Executive Mansion to the Capitol to
be inaugurated, we are fittest for th
slavery that will follow the inaugura
tion. We do not believe tbe people of
the I'nited States are of this servile
sort. We do not Itelievcd that they are
it re pared, without a blow, to part with
their hardearned. blood-stained posess
ions. Notice is now served on the
citizens of Louisiana and South Caro
lina that they must care for themselve
How s *n iamp-]H»ts will Itcar fruit i
for them to say. To the jteople of
the North and West notice is given
that bondholders and monopolies may
fatten se -urelv. that a shrinkage of
values is in order. If there is no law for
fraud, there is reason for violence,
and to that we make our last appeal.
A Sensation In Cbnreh.
There was a sudden sensation in an
Oakland church on Sunday. It ap
pears that a young lady member of the
choir became so anxious to examine a
certain exasperattngly pretty bonnet
in a pew back under the organ loft,
that she lost her tialanec and turned a
summer-:i'.i!t down upon an unex
pecting congregation. The minister
had only reached "tenthlv," when he
wa* shocked by a dissolving view of
striped stockings and the millionaire
underneath had just selected his small
est coin for the heathen, wlu-n a pair
of two inch heels took him irt the
hae]c of the neck like the last dying
liek of a pile driver. When the dust
cleared away the church was found to
be empty and since then the flock
have meekly, but firmly, informed
the vestry that unless the choir is
fenced in. or a net stretched over the
heads of the congregation, as required
by law, they would stay from the
sanctuary.
Yes she was bitten three tinn
the brute," continued the tin i ind
and of course I want damages.
"Well, now, you go home and tell
our wife to go to bed ami stay there
for at least a week. Have her groan
and take on, ami suffer great pain and
stress, and call in the neighbor*, to
witness her sufferings. We'll just
make the man who owns that dog get
up and howl."
The man left in a joyful frame of
mind, ami yesterday became back,
looking sorrowful.
"No use trying." sadly Mid he,shak
his head. "My wife waited just long
enough to find out that the dog waan't
mad. and then she started out to make
twenty-two calls this afternoon, and I
guess we haven't got a ease."
There are people In the Black
Hills, and 0,0 of thera weuld like to
leave there, if there was any way to do
it.
The orchard of Hon. John. N. Dix
on, of Mahaska county, is said to be
the largest in the world, containing
over 11,00.) apple tree*.
ITWI
Among the lecturers In the West
this season is a great-grand-soii of Te
umseh, the Shawnee chief, who was
killed in the war of 181:!.
Texas farmers are almut to begin
orn planting.
Queen Victoria will feai-i on Kaater
egjfs in iennanv.
It costs New York city |2,0.'H) a day
to clean her streets.
The Moody ami Satikoy Hoston
choir numbers voices.
(Jre«n corn ami cueumhers are to be
had in Amador county, California.
The weight of the earth is six times
that of its owu bulk of water.
Barley is several inches hi^li in
Kanta Barbara county, California.
K. W. Hutchins, the "lightening
calculator," is now a Baptist calcula
tor.
Ca itain (Hazier rode horseback from
Boston to Man Francisco in 144 days.
Deep snows in Texas, and stock
raisers fear heavy losses on the ranges.
Boston Olohr Two young huiics
from Cincinnati are visiting two' dif
ferent families not far from Beacon
Hill. A Boston girl, speaking of the
one to the other, said: "Hhe's the
most disagreeable girl I ever saw.'
"Yes," returned the damsel from Cin
cinnati, "and the proudest, though
her father packed only a hundred hogs
last year."
The editor of the Rrrffl,•, Floyd Co.,
offers the following for the benefit of
the farmers, based on his experience
of more than a score of years in this
state. By watching the snow farmers
can tell whether to plant corn or sow
wheat when the spring shall open. If
the snows are light, plant corn. If
they are heavy, sow wheat.
The Younger brothers have come
down to regular work in tbe Minne
sota State prison. They arc in the
bucket business. Cole implies the
first coat of paint, Jim assists lit the
graining, and Bob pi leu the paila «*p
in regular tiers.
hen a Colorado woman sees her
husband talkiug to a squaw in the
Indian dialcct, it doea not tiike long
for a social eyelone to commence
s|outing.
Lydia Thompson sprained her capi
tal the other night, or rather her an
kle.
tiood authority rays whoever e&ta
oranges fs healthy. Louisiana alone
raised .w,000,000 last year, and yet her
returns are not wholesome—to the
Ieo«er«to.
AS ADDRESS TO THE Sll'li.
Do yo« wtMt to parity tl»e system* ,,
T)o yon warn Jo r'd of
Do yoo want aomevhinjt to »iren|.hn
Do yoa want a
Do jr»i want to gM rid of MrVMM4N(
Do you want rood digeat'•«»*
Do you waut to «!»P w«di7
Do ytra want to build op your roastfUHfti'it
Do jroo want *riak *nd f*oU*S*
Ifjroado,
T-AsK-S
SIMMONS
I V E
REGULATOR.
N
:nn,Y vi.oi.r-:
E.X'MI
BLI
Is li*rin
Is uo dra*tir violent
Is uir- to trc If Mkru r.*ul»rlj-.
I* ao Intoxicating hevt-rBjte.
I«» fmii: -s tiiiniv ti-.iit-ine.
imhf rliwuww n.wilemf- in th*
wo*M.
la glvf-t, ith safrty th*
nu «t
I1P! i-»:»
ii.ffent.
Dow not i itrriVre with tu.-ln"*i.
I«»«i not .lisnrratiise tn" «|."in.
Take* the plun-Ll^'iimne »u«l Bitten Of
kind.
(Villains thesimpl^t ana hrtt r*r»«slle».
ASK tfle rwnvfrtil dv*jcpti«*. Hiliuus suffrrero.
•Irtims of Fever *n Afie. tli* r»T-urlal dlseaaed
patient ow thev rwovwod health,riu-ertul spirit*
and
appetite—tIF* will tell taking
Simmons' I.:ver Regulator.
ft* ftnpst, Pire I and Bed Flail ItfioH (be
Worll!
Ir -»ontal n« fmi
In ihfsaiT!*? bapp pr-»p«»rt»cn In
ation. vis: a gentle i'aiiiartii
'pfionaM# A It.-
a«»vrr un!t«K!
oth#r pr»»par
Tonic,
enrtaiu 'V)r-
H#*. a
rective o.'an impurlti«K»f ibe b,«l\ »uch signal
!«uocf«s ba* attended't* thai tt Is now r«*£arded
EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC
Fur all lilfaitu of the Liver, stomach and Spleen.
At n Kemt'd't in
U.AIUOUSFKVKKS. P.'IW KI. ('Oil PLAI
C-t I*- !li
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2. Iv,' 'j
4. 1 .' t.
1. 1- 1 nu.*-*
C. o »!. :u-l
NTS,
PKPSIA, MKNTA1. IlKi'RrXsloN, KKST
LK.SSNKss..lAfN!!' K.NAfsKA.SICK KAR
ACHI:. COLIC, CoNsi iPATIOX a:id WI.TOCS
NESs-S
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
r. rnox:
As there *r»* a number of Imitation? offrred U tbe
pnMIc w#» caution the community to
Bay no Powder* or Prr»iwr«1 MMOXV MVEH
REGULATOR unless In our engraved wr&ppof
with Trad* Mark, Mfamp and teSgiurfare utibftduwu
Nob*other
lagenum#.
H. ZEILIV & CO.,
Miccfi, Ga and Ptelafelphia.
Ynitr val'.%liemedicine. siiu:nir«' Liver Regu
lator, ha» saved me many IXxnor's liili*. I ua« It
for everything it is rtvotri me
nted an never knew
It to fa^ I hare used ft In Colic and Cirul ha, wi'h
y Muie«and Horse*, giving them about half a
itle at a time. I have not lust oue that I rove
ytrtt ran reeonnner.d It to every ttm tnat haa
Mock an hel!»g"the best mediclie known for all. ..in
plalnta Ibat horse flesn in heir to.
K. T. TAYLOR. A cent Itr f1rar.*«r* of Geo:
SUREST
J«r.
How he Last bis Dnnafei.
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lin j"
av:«-»:
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Soon after dinner Thursday a citizen
of Third street entered a lawyer's of
fflee and began:
"My wife has been bitten bya dog."
"Good!" replied the lawyer, "You
mu*t claim damages in the sum of
$500."
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Thete are 3'W journals IntheOer-
lan'iua ^e published in this count
ry.
Last year a Fort lg man pur
chased 35,03 rat skins and shipped
them to kid glove manufacturers.
The Rothschilds are worth three
billions, five hundred million^ of dol
lars.
Toitacoo is said to furnish employ
ment to more people than any other
crop raised.
't
SI. AM..in-,
it k.sr It!- !.» f?:- •,
»nit Toy h•
to nuy |ia. cf lk«
of ou at
iiuir phreys'
»oi.iuopath!c flcaloirto Co^
j: .l \o.
I'B.UHWAI. A
v.u Tn—j.
«ir U.e Ly uU iixugftUto*
J. 0. WE9TCOTT, Agent, Tij.ton, low*.
IM1TV YEAKs 1U.FOKK THE PlMLIti
DR. C. M^LANE'S
E E A E
LIVER PILLS,
ROR THE CVRS OF
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver,
PofI
It is a hundred dollars fine to sell
oal oil, below one hundred and fifty
per cent, fire test.
A N i n e i s i e u n e e e e
the ribs, increases on pressure
sometimes the pain is in the leftside the
patient is rarely able to lie on the left
side sometimes the pain is felt under
the shoulder-blade, and it frequently ex
tends to the top of the shoulder, and is
sometimes mistaken for a rheumatism in
the arm. The stomach is affected with
loss of appetite and sickness the bowels
in general are costive,sometimes alterna
tive with lax the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally aconsiderable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation of
having left undone something which
ought to have lx.en done. A slight, dry
cough is sometimes an attendant. The
patient complains of weariness and de
bility he is easily startled, his feet are
cold or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin his spirits
are low and although he is satisfied that
exercise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurretl where few of them existed,
yet examination of the body, after death,
has shown the
LIVER
to have been ex­
tensively deranged.
A U E
A N
E V E
DR.
C.
M^LANK'S LIVER
CAIES OF
AGUEAND FEVER, when taken
with Quinine, are productive of the
most happy results. No letter cathartic
can
IK-
used, preparatory to, or after
taking Quinine. We would advise all
who are afflictcd with this disease to
give them
A FAIR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine DR.C. M'.LANE'S LIVER
PILLS are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax senl on the
lid, with the impression
DR.
C.
MVLANE'S
LIVER PILLS.
The genuine MVLANE'S LIVER PH
11ST Orj-A-R-EUSTOE]
You t-i.il alwavs tin 1 ut 1 i»o New irm of
CHURCHILL & THOM,
(»eiier:il Poller- in
Hariiare, Stoyes, Tinware, Ctiiy, Etc.,
THE BUST GOODS IN THKIR LINK.
This Firm will buy for Cash, and will sell in the
same way, on a very close margin.
An experienced TINNER will attend to Mend
ing or Manufacturing to order.
OLD or THOMPSON Ac t'llKU HILL,
oiarenc©, Iowa
Lumber Yard
Th- w cJll the attontlon of the public to the fact that la- Is now
litttt?ttWMI#IWriirep.ired to Itiuiiili- a:ct lu»w them a
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Lumber of Every Description,
FOR BUILDING AND FENCING PURPOSES.
»y Vard I# Fttvornt»« Situated. Heins ju«t Op »o«ito the Dcpm.
Having dlspocctl of iny 0al business, 1 intend to tivo ray whole attention to th
Lumber trade. I also feet it my duty tr U-iitlcr yon t»-y elticere thnnkti f.r th« Ji.«*r«.
trade and Mud wtehea yon kai«extended to me ii. the p»M M'tvr, and i »Uu\i eml.-avor it
the fnt«re, by keeping a well selected stock asut fair
JUDGE NOT
BY PAST tXPERIENCE
V' II '1'ru\ t.'ii u ii-,
he ioraUM i1! 3 ^firtan, lh«
t'clcbriitcd »itriiiilit,
lli. AFFKE
I KUM ANK.NTL.Y LOCATKD AT JC| I'KUR*
1
iKKKI,(ntw No. at7 i»aveii|/ori, lowifc,
iu-re lie hu« bti'U for tin paBl hik .van.
Ine Or. haft praRiiord li.tdlrlne iwfiity
yf ar.-, rt'.ti a ^riiauHle ol' inUau
liiid A
i Ut Wo. tor l-y a in*-tlio-\ p«»citiia#ly
hin (»wn au i iudrariuMy attemiid wsin Mreil
'•KlHhlUli*"! Ht*ri''im, iVr^.oiiH ftmiliig mider
rtfiitiuoiit miiy rent u# HurvU rmlvlng «v
y I iivlH. hy itkiU Mid
i w»ini»iflifiiiiivt*
Femr\ie Com9l*?nt&.~ in thin
NK-diciiic i m* i'ot'lor in jr» iur« a 10 1
lie Ki-i-nljflf tnauiicf. ilf* (iniiH'.
1 inf i.f ht UmiUou tar f»H« K*U'1 lo th
noti feeing 'onrtti«-ui thtr h«v
micmMc: iif v iltf ir'«Kt KDffd v relief. TIUKli
UO NOI OtLAY,i»» licouipiaiut
1-- lu-iiiiv ,uiiy become tncurabiv la
1'.! 1. ti in--.
If i-.K will KttMraiu-i- In !"rf» llOne Han.
tJred Uollart for «'V«-ry
CHMO O
I.,
bear the signatures of C. M^LANE and
FLEMING BROS, on the wrappers.
1h(f Insist on your druggist or
storekcejier giving you the genuine
DK.
M?LANE'S LIVF.R PILLS, pre­
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, i .i
Sold by all respectable druggies :n
country storekeepers generally.
To tV-e wi»l.ln* to give 1*. M^LAKB'S I rn
rii rs a r-,n!, w.ti m:«.l p'»st pai.l to any port -1 th.
I rvt^i Mat*:*, orve ho* #f I'.U* |.-iM'.v.»r»tvfivc
Forest Tar,
For Tljroal, Lungf*. Aathiiia, an-l KHorya.
"orest Tar Solution,
or !r...alaf j.n for afarrti.f .o&aouuptiou,
Lrot.t
.'.,.UI,
no A«lt.ii#a.
forest Tar Troches,
or ro&», I iik.ing CoDgh aud
1 utu).i.gtbe Urcatit.
Jorest Tar Salve.
or
,|i« Indolent eotet. l.c-ri, Cuti, Bnnu,
Torest Tar Soap.
CT it Il-i' .i, x. ,If_
Salt HUtum. fckla ii«»a*ei).
forest Tar Inhalers.
allog lorCatatrti.
CotiiDiaptlaa AXh.^
IUMHIII
JOHN CULBERTSON,
DEALER!N
COM and LUKBER
TIPTON, IOWA.
TT •. ve now or 'Til --•--'-•nt^r r-re«r«rr~,
FEUCIIfG, FL00HI1TG, SIDING,
Finishing Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Pickets
LATH, &C. ALSO, COAL.
All wtw arc la need of Lumber or Coal will timt, by caDlag on U, ttMt
We Can and Do make as Low Prices as Anybody.
vcmiimi *k-
ni-Kor |-riVHto dlsf-HHK ol »n k inu ci.tr
nctcr 'rl.ich bp uti.lf,t.-.i i-H ami itillHtocure
Tl.f rear«tniiuy of tin- ni -of thirty to ror
ty tvlio arc
1
PILLS, IN
roit! 'Icii it i oo I t-vae
Oct tons III llic tiln.I.irr, ott.-n u-ciii|atil«4
l»y 11 kIIruI ioi.irt.iim or burnlnic ii'!i..iititit,
nil I ivi'ukeu!:ii.' tiic«yKl to In n iiiau.ifi tli.il
the patient 'unuot Mrci itiit lor on ei imlii
ti? t'i* tu inary'JejM.iniK,« ro ?v mllmrit
111 oft*-ti lie found, urn) M.'ticilinrs -..null
pattl-!e«of nlljiiinen will HjiiH-Hr, or tin-col
or wli! b#-,#f n lhin or tiiilKi^h !ui",
cknnirirm to a dark and tr.ri.nl a i|i. m.-.HIOB,
I hfr»* ir«. rnntiV int-n who iie of
ciiit v, li-:iorant of tbe c.uui.e, which IH ttk
fonii stM( ,« of «»mlntl weakm-kt. Mr. Me.
ill xuHra:i!-e a perfect cure In all nunfe
ea«ci arul In il'hj rfstoralloi) of theijeblU}
urinary orgais.
O^Pc*' Oourw-H t„ i.atoO, A7 to m.
Ail 0 :i'rs|irompt Iv nnHvri'ieit, nnd fir
.Ponilcni-f c.,i,e,|.,U||Hii AdilresH, Loeu
w. I't r.i rl,. lown. Iv4a
ifOW VftTM'U.hS'-H fol N.:i|
(.anlinluff
for Profit
1 w t- o 1 -f -o i i i o n i i i a i i i e u
I i«t, null
Prarlifal FloricuKurc!
If !s?I tT I«MI
F'tr
home
N«R
t.itl.v, riM»'
Gank'ijiiii f*ir PJrasnro!
•v PiKT.-?. H2NDEHSON.
X:'~i il..v :i i- cui.
('nr
Combined
CATALOGUE iS7.
to nu ••'t \coniinu,.,!
J. n. reicueht.
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