Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1, Friday, December 24, 1880 Page: 3 of 8
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What is Thought of the Next Mistress
of the White House.
Washington Letter to Doeton Herald.
Washington is pleased to know that
the administration of the next "first
lady in the land" will be but a contin-
uation of that of Mrs. Hayes. It is a
matter of congratulation not only to
us but to the whole country and
especially to a city like Boston from
which come so many of our most wel
come visitors that a woman who has
been all her life and in every sense a
lady is to preside for the next four
years over the executive mansion.
Quietly but with the truest kind-
ness has Mrs. Garfield presided over
her modest house at the corner of
Thirteenth and I streets in this city
during the years since Gen. Garfield
purchased it. In it she has entertain-
ed often in the simplest style but ever
with old-fashioned true-hearted hospi-
tality all of wit wisdom and beauty
that Washington has had during the
years she lias been here. She is an
accomplished hostess as well as an ac-
complished woman they're two very
different things. Living as the Gar-
lields have had to live in the most
economical way doing without elegant
clothes fine furniture sumptuous food
good new and rare old books dearer
than all else to them they have con-
tributed more to make Washington
winter life pleasant and profitable than
many other families who have supple-
mented less taste and culture with
more money. Mrs. Garfield's recep-
tions have been the largest ever held
by the wife of a mere representative.
They have far surpassed those of more
ambitious senator's wives and have
approximated those of the ladies of the
supreme court and cabinet families in
size merely in attractions they have
stood abreast of any of them. This sim-
ply because Airs. Garfield is a sweet
tempered cultured refined woman in
whose smile it is a pleasure to bask.
When we consider that without al-
lowing her manifold cares to interfere
infinite pains to perform an Italian con-
cert upon the violin. It may well be
imagined in so musical a city as the
Bavarian Besidenz that the public re-
sponded in large numbers to this amaz-
ing invitation and that the Coliseum
was crowded to the ceiling on the open-
ing night of the performance. There
was the gorilla horrible in aspect but
unquestionably skilled in the produc-
tion of sweet sounds from an ordinary
fiddle delicately manipulated by his
formidable paws. A skeptical specta-
tor' however contrived to approach-
the simian executant unobserved of
its (impresario and to make slight in-
cission in its hide with a pen-knife.
Strange to say the animal did notllinch
but fiddled on with stoical steadfast-
ness. Encouraged in his suspicions
by this most unmonkey-like impassive-:
ness the doubter seized Bongo from be-
hind and shook him roughly; whereup-
the seams of his skin gave way and
an elderly gentleman the impresario's
father stood revealed to the astonish-
Dn. IlAiiTKn'fl Inon Tonic 1 a preparation of Protoxide of Iron Peruvian Hark and the Phoa.
phates associated "With tho Vegetable Aromatic. Kmloraed by the Medical ProfcaRlon and recom-
mended by them for Iyr?pal. Ofaeral Dekllltr Fmle Din aen Want f Vital-
ity NerroH lrotrtlon RTaliecac ! FcTers aai ! Ckllls and
Fever. It serves every purpose wbcre a TONIC is neccwary.
Manufactured by THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. No. 213 North Mala Strut St. Lmris.
with the performance of her social du-
ties she had managed her establish-
ment alone and personally conducted
the training of her boys for college we
can conceive her superiority with all
her social success to the mere "society
Gen. Garfield is the president of our
literary society and during the past
year it has met at his house. It was
more pleasantly entertained there than
it had ever been before. -Mrs. Garfield
exerted even her latent social powers
that night and it wjis difficult for her
guests to break away from her delight-
ful parlors. The latter entre vous
were and are furnished in the style of
Noah. That makes no difference of
course although the contrast between
them and those which some of the
cruests had left at home was marked.
There was something really pathetic
to me in the information telegraphed
from Cleveland that Gen. and Mrs.
Garfield were purchasing furniture and
a sealskin sacque. However they can
afford to gratify their taste for four
years now and forget the pinched past.
Vlmt we here rejoice in is that when
Mrs. Hayes steps out and Mrs. Garfield
steps into the White house on the lth
of March next there will be no abrupt
turning in the course of the presiden-
tial or rather the Mrs. Presidential
social customs and decrees. It is need-
less to sav that Mrs. II ayes will be
missed. She twill be missed by many
of whom the worlds knows nothing
wants to know nothing the naked
hungry sick and in prison unto whose
wants she has ministered "all so silent-
ly;" but regret will not be so'poignant as
it would be were she to be succeeded
by an inferior woman.
A Fiddling Gorilla.
A short time ago the dead walls and
advertising posts of Munich suddenly
broke out in all the colors of the rain-
bow with announcements couched in
high-flown language to the effect that
on such a day the greatest wonder of
the world would be submitted to pub-
lic inspection at the Coliseum in the
shape of a gifted gorilla trained with
Some of the Tricks of the Stage..
New York Mirror.
A great many tricks of the stage cos-
tume spring from personal defects. In
whatever cut of waist Mojeska appears
there is always a bunch of flowers or a
bow placed at the left of her open cor
sage. When this device is not resorted
to a little strap of silk will be trailed
across diagonally or a little fan of lace
will suddenly spring from the left
corner in order to hide a scar on the
breast that looks as if it might be the
result of a wound from a poniard.
a "souvenir" of a romance. Poor Lu-
cille Western was afllicted bv a birth
mark. She was a regular female Esau.
About her waist there was a thick
growth of silky brown hair which ran
up to a point in front. ' Where it came
above the tops of her drssses it was
carefully shaved but the skin always
remained blue. So Lucile wore a huge
cross dangling just over that portion of
her anatomy. Parepa Hose had a deep
vaccination scar far down her robust
arm and when her sleeves were very
short a knot of ribbon or a trail of
flowers used to cover it. Before she
grew extremelv stout she wore a gold
en band above the elbow to hide it but
when her armlet had to be as big as a
waistcoat she abandoned the oddity.
One night speaking of this scar to an
American girl who sat in her dressing
room the Yankee girl offered Parepa
an immediate and effectual conceal-
ment of the offending spot. She took
one of the candles off the toilet table
and holding it above the arm let one
drop of the melted wax fall upon the
place and there was no further need of
concealintr devices. A dash of flesh
tinted powder completed the "cure"
and Parepa's make-up box forever after
contained a bit of wax candle. ;
f CURES ALL DISEASES OF THE KjilSP
1 KIDNEYS STOMACH AN D tfWjj HBtfSSlFB
General debilityxhRI'h lfmiA'lt'
liSV ST.LOUIS AND KANSAS CITV -" Cffj
These Bitters are not aar intoxicating: beveragfe but a
ftlediciue of real merit a 'id pleasant to tlie taste
For Sale by all JDruffixts. Price $1.00 per Bottle.
mi 1 1 ii i ii mtmmmmmmmmmmtmmmammmmmammmimmmmmmmimmHmmim
BKBT STOCK IN TUB WIST OF
if Holly Styles in Jewelry Silverware Clocks &gl
tfTAW eastern prices duplleatd Order from me and save time and fre.lKht.jrj
R. N. HERSHFIELD LEAVENWORTH KAN
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The Human Manufactory.
A man mav eat and drink heartilv i
all day says an unknown writer and !
sit and lounge about doing nothing in
one sense of the word; but his body
must keep hard at work all the time or
it will die. Suppose the stomach re-
fused to work within ten minutes after
a hard dinner the man would die ii. I
convulsions in a few hours; or cholera
or cramp-colic would rack and wreck i
him. Supposing the pores of the skin'
meaning thereby the glandular ap
paratus with which they are connected
-should ro on a "strike he would m
an hour be burning up with fever; op-
pression would weigh upon the system
and soon become insupportable. Sup-
pose the liver became mulish food '
would be loathed torturing pains would
invade the small of the back and the
head would ache to bursting. Suppose
the kidneys shut up shop and danger
most imminent sufferings unbearable
and death more certain would be the
speedy. and unavoidable result. If the
little workshops of the eye should
close in an hour he would not shut or
open them without physical force and
in another hour lie would be blind; or
if those of the tongue should close it
would be as dry as si bone and of:T as
Vice him inure mftrtvrs than virtiuv
Constipation and Piles.
Dr. It. H. Clark Bonth Ilero Vt.. Baya "In chaos
of hldtwjr Tronblm It hns acted llko a charm. It
has cured many Tory bod cases of Mlet and lias
never foiled to act oWclontly."
Nelson Falrchild of St. Albana Vt. nays "It la
of priccletuj value. After Alxtoon yearn orgeat
HUflcrinR from Pile and Coartltcucaa it com
plotely cured me"
0. 8. Hof-abon of Berkshire. Ray "One pack
age has done wondera for rao in completely cur-
ing a soToro Liver and Kidney Complaint.''
E&cawo it Arts on tho LITIS tho BOWELQ and
tho SIDNEYS at tho uao timo.
Boonuso It cleanses th system of
tho poisonous humors that devolopo
InKldnoyand Urinary diseases Bll-
louonosa Jaundice Constipation
Piles or In Rheumatism Neuralgia
and nervous disorders.
J. iiii-rt r. .iviiic. i' im mirv vci-pinnm oom-
jjb pound ami cuii lionontby mull prepaid.
vd Oniuicka:OHllI mnuoNlx qtsol medicine.
a rpirsr xjf jxtokt z
nrltuy it ut tho DrujriclHtH. Trice fll.OO.
W&LX.J iUUUAauayjt v.uM i.s?ac;g:;
V l . (Wdl I j ' v I ) ISurlhii'ton Vt.
8 Sard Sit3SirW
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appotiio BowoIh ccstivo Pain in
tho Head with a dull honaat.io:. in tno back
part Pain undor tho nhouldor blitdo lull
aeHa aftor oatinir vv.th n disinclination to
exertion of body or mind Irritability ol
temper Xiowspirita with n fool in 3; 01 hav-
ing ncKlocted ticmo duty WoarincHS 13 i.
zincflH Fluttorinpc ut tho Heart lJoMi bolore
the eyes Yellow I- kin He dncho Konnrnlly
( j. the right eye HcstloHBuesn w f.h ilt-
fu' --.reams highly colorua Uriut. and
urn cr-iMMMiilly adnpli'd u n'h ciimi.. u h)ii
UlllUKI' fllt'ClN HIII'll h cIiimiuc ot iVi'Hui; n
k iihiomInIi lilt' '('crT.
SO 10 I'Vl'llVWIII-'Hl I'lllCIf 'i.y TI'NIs
iMVic-f :J."' iTIurrsir Slri'n. vv orfr
In rosponao to tho uruont roqucBtfl of RToat
numbcraof pooplo who prefer to purchiiso a
Kldnoy-Vort ulrcntly prepared tho pro-
priotoruofthlu colobrntod rrxnady notv pre-
paro it in liquid form nB voll n dry. It 1h
very coucrntratcd ii put up in largo bottlou
aud is cciually efficient aa that put up dry in
tin cam. 1 1 b:. vob tho necessity of pi'oparinr;
ia always rcatly and in nioro oau'.ly taken by
moat pooplo. Prico $1 per bottlo.
LIQUID A2TD DIIY SOLD HY DIIUOGIST3.
)VKIiIiS ltl( II VKDSOX.V. CO. I'rop'rs
A ItliHInirtiMi Vt.
if H. IIKNDKKNO! Anthorlind by th
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HiMiolalOlBKnon; NnrvousLlHhllltr. Urinary OIb
HiKi. to. MurllclnH Boot svurywuara. Oarub
(cuaranteud or mouey rof undHd Oounuliatton f ra call
or writ. IMuHratd book nod circular aunt analnd for
twa . tamoa. Agw and viuarlaao ar laiportaat.
oncd by tho btraln of
your uuiiCH nvom
If you nro younif and
iliAr rition or dlHKlna
rkd or Hlntrlo old or
jKor health or laiiKuIbh
1KS1 rely tm Hop
Whoever you are.
wheiiLTcr you fiti
that your hjhUiu
need clpanHUur ton
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t a l; o Hop
' pcpnn't hulnfu
or urinaru com-
of tho ttumach
liver vr nerves 7
You M'ill bo
cured IT you use
fly w a k and
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woate use Hop B.
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