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31. L. THOMAS I'uMLlirr.
OCX GOLDEX WEDDISQ-DAY.
i V7.r bn r'wtmirr or rnnulnp lovf.
Mill 2ttT .-ate at x-ilthful. Urv.R .lutr.
l.K'l - thnn wealib hmU rairer lar than
ircit-h n life's tAska. and trfalsand icmptn-
A "hT.'trw' . i . . . ,: 1
a. n ijuncc- true, and honet, and lis- !
c n- l
'potted id the drair relation '
-joad itKKber: townrd her children t
n 'rr-s love coukl make her; o'er her
)f . t nc- "thoiMTl:a!rrorGoJ"
Vra c 1 fur their ivtAlaro. or minRiw' thr.
' l a - iltrVltTUt fVf tl r nluui li.ri,-
Btrt sb yvhn lor nnd nnrturv1 nnd c-trt-e4 .
rir.r !i.ib hin.. rtltl gently beW onitMl;
iflf) ! to iovu her vol, aud jall her t
i : oi.-
A th--. TC Ak lltllllti- to ii Tiriwlnod sruil
lis .l 1 1 y h.:a who lu ber Jove lound iut.
I And, tier . upon our fiftieth tirldnl morn,
I 11 ' t ! xmrv if frtfi! unit i.f tuiiti
IFuil J 1 " itil Yft. in trill- mi..!rti. liimn
uoti h pnifv nad llf.-iiif- our tried boute i
And hrpf nplift tbo hmirt, nnd hUh tho eve, i
h '"k- fnrimnl t.ithf ia-t Ktnl l-,i
-'l)n Kohlcii Mi-Mitip liilliesilBA,
irrjuc supper t.f eturmt! ront.
Ilea- i l'i'-nt Klfe: iinon wh'-.?irrn:lofarf
Al. 1 .n uboso tender eye etili bearus the
1 t r
Of -ih. a'xl iHipe, and Joy, dathnd with deep
Of . ;t.- i.atinued outlet in?, wo dniw near
Th -jf whi'II SHSTfl-lnir hnll f.imvor iujk(
j . ii lift I.- Luitit tlti tr. .-,.....
O J' ' SOIli. I!l L-flllli-ncs-i hih! !n-wf
t 1' ! j ii'j'Hrms. ,v-rla-liiirh'nnf.
" UuMtind." in X. . t jcrper.
Covk hl'hor, yoi mudean lurHnc:"
kv I -.t.-l t' my lonr-voar-old.
r--T . ..-.i i . -.1 ... ... . . , ..
-i . "ii.ii punii iir uinie lit nil- uuu, uju glri
ftlii .i it't dt zn te'M told.'1
T wj. y u luvt-NHir.nvu w-e way,
!i.i mtle yMi love to mind:
il " an.tiii knowH whHt N Ixit foryou,
A: i i a she ulwity-. kiud?"
S 1 1 : I hi-rof "CmHblHJMfi."
i i tlii feHrfiil liuriiiiitc Jrlitl".
'I)n i ' h.nk. - fttut i. "sueh ii nhlid as that
H i n.o Iht -.vxul'l tmve to whip?"
At. 1 .. be.irt wfiit out with the atory sad
O tb. tx.yi iitly trtitv.
"W b w ,,.,ii n tlurr to di-obey,
1." i :i h.s i.le tt save.
Tfc - it- r -vw jtrotv liriirht the nHtrnlnir,
i. T t.i"v iiic! to iHk no thntugb.
Ah i th'iukht I. j-oa unilerstaud
.f . -tti I time In xiow.
r -"" u- '' ,1" ,M think ot thh? hnl, my love?
rl ..i 'lull i in your h art. '
l! . mj -.aid. "h.-wKsilrefful itimnI,
1. .! t . .'t the le:jjt hit Kiiisirt"'
ii 31. Jhiuu, iu VtmUt'e ( umpanUm.
3MHIIII.I. IS THE IiKa
"1 t.i'nk. sir," said the old sailor.
tl. :.! iiir' conibiguoiio-like I make
th s I re vara, so lar as localitios anil
ur- ! . ties are conarned, the better
itu.l ' c, boi-atise there's them livin"
nt t...s blcsed miunit as would turn
b.e t .', so to speak, and nnirlit have
ha-l fi. l;n'.s ag'in me :ls irtviu' 'em
dead una iu a matter as wasn't none
of t.i. ble-aed business. Whether,
thct ior. , it were the James Iliver.
in . h vi 1 unto t'ity P'iiit. or whether
it i i Mobile Hay. or whether (.alvo
tf.i .1 a i-. r where not, don't matter.
J. . r.vii'iln it matter whether him
as wire -Kipper of the craft 1 were in
wese -.. J d South, Hrown or .oue-i;the
wa I . ; him will lie Clarke, a young
t i : ti 1 awful .-iHHmey onto a gal. she
bcin a iiip, with fore and nrzz.ii
stum.i tit Lilian masts, bound to Havre
w.t I ' :i kr. not bein' able to load
nl;:r' me tf the wharf on account of
drr.g1 1 und obliged to dropdown when
ha f-. :i'lel to a p'int some ftur miles
be' n. and iusistin' on giiu' up ever
iisght to -ec iier. I beiu' coxswain of the
gig :m I frequent kep' waitiu' till tw.
oti.-of the in rnin' watch afore he d
make his appeaniuce.
"II ms'cver, it happens, sir. as m'n
wi'lgo free, and go free, and go free,
under most bewitchiif an" uuticin' cir-cum-t.a.ccs.
and all of a suddiut like,
';hin it are le;tt to be expected, some
uo::in will dritt atlmurt their hawse,
and they're foul in a in-taut. So i:
' ver with this here skipper. IleM run
the r:g ilown iu London and gone
thrkifh the seductions of Niardiif-hou-c.
in Liverpool and New Vork.
and bi'ond temporary bciruilenieuts
IkiJ "svioed unharmed, spooney :is he
wa, but here, in a little twopenny-ha"-pc
..- L.t of a village, he come athwart
Ji.s f.. e.
e'd been a la3in' there for a woek
I su p e when away come a bark to
load x'.ir Hio. The skipperof her want
nan.ed Williams, which are why I calls
If.m so. and him and our old man they
gits a -quainted. aud this here William-
he proposes to our old man for to
o u t- the hotel and have a game of
"le been here a week. sa's our
old ina'i. 'and I don't believe as there
are svh a place.
'Cyes. there are. says this t'other
skit ' r," come alowr"; and away- they
'(-. and fetches up
as 1 ve otten
Tm -d our old man tell the story' at the
bluest hou-e in tiie place, a big white
house onto a hill.
'This don't look like a liotel,"says
our o!i. man.
" Yes it are.' savs the t'other skip
per, a pullin' of the bell; 'it's all riir'nt,
but in country places like this they shut
"Well, there comes a darkv to the
door, a-id this skipper sa', 'here's
nil the folks?'
Gone to bed. par,' say-s the nier.
''Call 'em up.' savs the skiiKier.
bold :- brass, and in. he, marched to a ;
weH-furnished parlor, followed by our
old n.an. ,
Hioyved if 1 think this are a hotel;
savs our old man. and the other chap
be "in for to be doubtful, but both ou
'em was completely llabbcr-gasted
w hen. arter yvaitin' a half hour, there
sailed into the room 'two of the most
beautiful creeters.' so our old mau al
ways said yvheu tellin the yarn, as ever
-Well, sir. 1 nec-dn t tor to ten 3011
tli 11 sailors is
the hishfulest folks iu
tlu yrjrld, aud nei
-,i.i..r nor old man nor
rrm i niuei. j. "tin .-. -----
--o.yin' nothin' of it, and like a mufl I
-r , ,,-itli him. and yve fetches up
1 j :i.c -, . T ,
it re a-rousin vou out ot your oeus ai
yve're strangers here, bein' skip-
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the tVlwr .-kipper conw say a woru 11 ......o s""i'".- - - "
itvito save em The ""als stood a j tervals there yvould be a muttered roll
w -I:.' for a explanation..md the tyvo, of the thunder. .,.,.'
skiM) -r-" stood shcpishlv, not knowin' ey er mmu u.e 10 gauau -ails.
v.--' 1 1 av t li-t otic of the pa's savs the old man, 'till yve see yvhat this
asked what it'all meant, and tlienonr are are goin' to amount to.' It yvere
old man though he yvere dead mashed about six bells of the mid watch yvhen
wi-h her as asked, mustered up courage , we irot outside and the tug let go of us.
fnrto-t-iv It are all a mistake, marm, .audit yvere about as luriy a lookm
". -lt-Vfbe a leon for me all the days morula" as oue yvould wish to see. j
nf n v life never to steer niv boat by anv I " Lay even-thin doyvn clear for run-1
otl'r man's compass; but this here J nmV says the old man, -and have a t
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-l .,.1 tns tup as ne Know u. 01 :. "-". ' wv-. ic--."' iuiuiu. ,
. ,' t !...: -! -i week- nmi "cu iisi iroi. me roresau sei
rnseemlv hour, tU0U"U ior uie iuai- out. i.ue oiu uiau. -anu. seuu a man 10 1
- . . -1. ..;. ..n. .f..A fntiT- l..ll ttin I0.1 t-tinrtl lunn Vi.i tnirl -"V. ir
ol that it aiui .ic K"1- "" . 1 ..- .v .. w.., n.v.v . w..w. iw (
1 -O aint VerV late- ' i.uii cumu an tacee topsail artts 03 ,
. .Von ec laiiies, uns oluci an-ipiui uic iuu, uuu e ciuuiieu uu tu mu rcci
-""- ' , , t.i;..., i...m.,.,ii -...1 ......- r
m-s in SO 1 VC neeru uiu oiu nuu uiu&iu i.un uuntcu vui uuiu .iii u e ,
Tier's of the two craft doyvn at the dock, j She soon gathered yvay and -and
tirae hangin' heavy onto our haads J liken, stuck dolphin, flying af
. ,-nna-"-fc ime or two of billiards
t.i hS hont"-ionnuck. and bein' told
"as the hotel are "up this way1
I see, savs one 01 me. -i-, . j..
mistook the street: the hotel, or win-
Ae for one in this little place, are
Lrn streets below.1 -
-o streets below.' -
JiSt then mere CUluc iu iuiu .i..p
ore the father of one of the gals
'he uncle of the other, and "the
"tnn had to be all explained to-him--
"T,o invited the tyvo skippers for to
t d-"yvn, and they done so, and yvas
61 rn draw'd out for tosiun some yarns
i"-1' r T 1 .. l.n...l r.-.nn nn.1
' r- ... ' . l i 1 I
rt!PS Ol yv IUU. a mo i srtii tuu
j. ,i-ers they'd been into, and by and
JiV the gals got the pianny agoin' audit I
were e'gnt be""s a""5 ll-ev come aav, j
our old man always bein' irillin-for to
re-car as ho floated "down to tlic -.hip !
; through the air, never louchxn' the j
ground at nil. '
" I suppose there never weren't no j
better cook and btcward than we had j
onto our ship, and the dinner as they
j got up when the old man invited this
! old chap and the gals and the Collector '
; of the Port and his wife and one or two
to 'rive 'em countenance.
were a thinir to be remembered. The i
j Ioadin went on slowly, in consequence
of a rise in the market, the chap as 1:
"'irtcr-t. the ship bein' agent for l
- tr. r. , ," . , ..
I-ron -h Government, not bum able
tit, not bein able to
bnv :tt. tin tirifo li. wiw limtt(1 tri ntol
ucr ordnary circntu-Uz.ee) our o-d
iimu would have fumed and fretted at
bein' kep' all of his lav days; but he -were
that far gone that I roely believe
he would have stayed there forever if .
he could. And the t'other skipper were
jtst about as bad, and half of their tints
were giv' to the-e cousins at their ,
hou3c, and t'other half ths 2-ali was '
down aboard of the ship. Wimmen are .
Ii.n.ays ir'auiui M'it unv .auor men
under all circumstances, but here were '
two country gals, as hadn't had muh
pick of m-n nohow, and went dead oil'
..i i i-..i . ... -. . '
onrt. i lit! OIU chap,
iJiiln't lwV,n t linlf lit-., if
lie were a '
. -- - . , - aavaaa aaiavs w
widderur and he needed this darter for .
a housekeeper, and th- t'other gal had
been trusted to hint by her parents, as
lived in another part of the .State, and
he didn't feel authorized for to let her ,
jine with a rovin' skipper as were here
to-uay and would be gone to-morrow, .
and mat hap never come back. So. you
see. he jist puts the kybosh onto all this j
love-xnakiif and tells "our old man and i
the t'other skipper as thev inuat sheer '
off. " I
"Hut bless your soul, sir, vou know:
enough about .sich things to know as
opposition in sich cases only makes mat
ters wore, and as they couldn't meet
openly, they met all the more by stealth
aud on the sly.
"There never yet were a woman, ir,
as wouldn't help on an affair of this
kind, no matter what the eouso'jueuce-S
were, and so the stevedore's wife en
tered into it heart and soul, and her
house were made the plaee of meetin',
the old d:iddy bciieviu' a-his command
would be sufficient for the als. and
never dreamiu' that they would disobey
" As I said fust off, arter loadin' to
fifteen feet, we had to drop down four
miles, takin' the rest of the cargo from
lighters, anil then begun my trouble
some connection with this courtiu
scrape. ICvery night so soon as it were
dark the gig were called away, and the
old man. dre:ed in his best, would be
pulled u to the landin' and would tro
off for to livot his gal, either at the
-tevedore's lmu-e or somewhere else
lie had chooM'd u as a picked crew of
steady men that lie could depeud on,
and ;das giv" ns a flas of grog on
landin' and another when we rot back
to the ship. It were the old chap's
darter :.- he were sweet onto, whi e the
t'other skippur were mashed onto the
couin. and u- tw b ats' crew-, was a
lavin' low at the landin' every blessed
niht till all hours wa- gone. So things
went or. for a couple of weeks till our
earo were in, and both ships were
readv for sea. The old man cleared
oil' and got his papers from the Col- i
lector along in the arteruoon. aud we ,
pulled him off aboard of the ship, .lu.-t J
sttore we shoved off. there wore a trunk I
hnn.tr dov n aud put iu the boat, and we j
took it oil n board of the ship.
"Shall J h istup the
gig. sir.-1 sav.-
4Ni.' says the old man, 'I shall
want her to ;ro in arter a tug-boat if so
be as I concludes for to go out to-nighl,
and you may git everythm' read v. sir
and "heave sho-tby and by, fr the tide
will sarve arter midnight and I ma
conclude for to go instead of waitin"
till to-morrow arteruoon,' sasthc old
" It don't look much like a sea-jroin
nijfht, says the mute,
are pretty low, I notice.'
"(Jh. it's summer time.' sa-s the
old man, we needn't be afeard of
weather this time of year.'
"About eight bells the gig were called
awav and we pulled the old man in :is
usual. Tom.' says he to me. I am
iroin' to tru-t somcthin' very precious
to you. nnd if all goes well you shall
have ten dollars apiece for yourself and
the rest of the gig's crew. I'm a goin"
tor to be spliced, and as soon as it's
over 1113- mis-us will be giv' to vour
charge, aud vou muntpiill for your lives
aboard of the ship. I shall follow with
a Xug-buat and a pilot, aud by daylight
we'll be well outside. As soon as y-ou
git aboard show the Iad3' right dowu to
1113' room ami let the steward have
chartre if her.'
It were about six bells when the
old man came scuriy-in' down to the
landin' and in a voice scarce above a
whisper called for me. Aye. ave. sir.'
savs I. and in another miunit we had
the huh' in the boat and was ofl'. leavin'
the other boat's crew what belonged to
the hark a-waitin. The night were
pitch dark, but we had pulled down
there too many times to miss our way. t
and wi'h the stronir ebb tide a h el pin I
us, in about a half-hour we was along
side and got the skippers new wife
safely on board. By midnight the tug
come alongside with the old mau and
the pilot, and in tiftcen minnits after
that we was under way and towitf
down. The old mau tells the steward
for to keep the missis locked in his
room, so a- the pilot should if s see her,
and then he takes him down into the
cabin for to have a glass of grojr. and j
he noes mto the mate s room and shifts
hls-elf. puttin on his sea clothes. You
see he were afeard if the pilot know'd
as she were aboard he milit refuse for
to take the ship to sea. he bein well
acquainted with the old manas was her
"When we got nixh down to the
mouth of the harbor the pilot went
aboard of the tug. which went on ahead,
and we beirin for to get the muslin onto
her. sheetiu home aud settiu all three
of the topsails. There had been a
heavy bank of cloud at the nor west
! from the time we started, and in this
witn a tremetutous roar the sounu .
, siruch. us. t
4 Let go the topsail halvards.' sunt-!
j could git 'era. and then let her run.
1 were on
sauall at the rate of ten miles a hoar.
Will you reef her?' savs the mate.
"No,' sa3s the old man: 'let her
ro; it'll soon be over and ucll have
tine yveather arter it,' bui
; leave the deck for fc wen
squall and we kep' right
but he daredn't ;
; were a ayvf ul hard
I squau anu yvo sep ngui aioag m 11 an
,. .;. - t:.,u.w:,o v.f.:.,t n :...,
1 ure uiut, wa iiuim utm iu .uvjua.- j
j sant that the flashes seemed flashes of
darkness and the rain comin' uoivn in
torrents. -In coupleof hours, Jioyvs'-
( evei, it yvere over, and as the day broke '
j yve was able for to h'ist up the topsail
(yards and give her the to'galian sails. '-
I .."7T1...M fr , I, rt f,, t.n-i .1. .. !.t ...
i xucu, mi mc iu umc toe uiu iu:iu
yvere able for to go beloiv and see his j
new-made wife. It weren't long, hoyvs'- i
ever, afore he were up agin and eendin
for the mate. I were aft at the wheel
and beerd all that were naid. the oW
man knowin" thatl know'd all about it
and so not mindin' rue
"Thero's been a awful mistake.'
ay he tOytlu mate, 'and I've married
the wrong woman. This ain't m ife
as wjjelow, buth. her cotiin; tLat i-i,
she are ruv wile, because J'xa sriliced
onto her, but it were Tier that Villiaiiw
were to marry.'
" 'IIow did it all happenr Bays the
'It were all arranged,' say? the old
man, for the thing to come off at the
stevedore's houe at the landin,' the
pan-on were let into the job and were
giv a b:g fee for to splice the pair of u,
and the stevedore's wife in-istcd on
keepiif the whole houe dark so uq.one
would suspect an;, thin'. We was to be
spliced fust, and then Williams ami hf?
gaJ, aau how the two uriuo go. iuixeu
is more than I know; but we was all
terribly excited, arid ji--t as soon a tlic
ceremony was performed I m-hed m
wife down to the boat, neither of u
speakhf a word; and now what's lobe
' Tliem as God has jined. let no man
put asunder,' fiays the mate: 'what?
done can't be undone. We're nich
thirty miles offshore and cau't go back
without a deviation of the v"yageawill
vitiate the insurance. As uigh as I can
uuikcout, there's mighty Iittie difference
between the two gala, and if you. sir.
could make up your mind for to like thr
one as well as you like the other, aud if
she can make up her mind for to
like you, there won't be no harm done
arter all. Hesides, as it's probable that
Willui:ns hxs married the t'other gal,
you can't have her nohow. My advice
to you, sir, air to giv' up your room to
this hero young lady, and arter shegJU6
over her seasickness begin courtia of
her jist as if you'd never seen htrafore.
As an old married man I can assure you
that the courtin' is about the best part
of the business; you've liad oue spell ol
it ashore and can now have another
spell of it at sea. Then if it bo m you
can't fancy each other by the time you
gits to Havre, why jou can find some
decent people to put her iu charge ol
and send her back, ami I suppose
there'll be some way found for to draw
tho splice you've made.
" Mr. Hrown,' says the old man.
your advice are so far good that I
don't see no other way of Join': you can
go below and git 3 our breakfast, and
excuse me from' j'iuiu.' you, but in 1m
present condition of mind 1 couldn t
touch a morsel.'
"Whether or no, sir. Captain Williams
were spliced to the t'other gal. I nevet
found out. This much, however, I do
know, that a more lovin' couple than
our old man ami his wife w:is, afore
they got to Havre, never was seen,
which condition of harmony continues
to this day, they bein' livin' over iu
Hrooklyn "at this very time. I've al
ivu)s had im idee as it were reckoned
up for them two to be spliced, and that
he never would have been half so wel.
off with the t'other jral. .V. J". World.
Necessity of Water fur Stock.
A whiter in the Country Gentlcmnn
on the above subject -ays:
" Water is one of the first essentials
of farming. Eigh.3- per cent, of all
llooh is water, and even iu what are
called dry foods -water must form a
large proportion if the animal Ls to be
kept in good thrift. It 1.-generally bet
ter to give lood somewhat moist, fot
the purpo-e, making it more palatable,
and therefore more dige-tible. -With
our northern ice-bound yviutcrs a good
supply ol water for domestic animals
become a very important coiisiuera
tiou. Yerv ofteu in cold weather stock
will preter to remain under shellei
rather than go to the spring or brook
where omy ice-cold water awaits them.
It is ven easy' to cause animals to lo-e
from yvant ol "water all that they gain
by- feeding gram. Lack of water is one
rea-on why it is -o diffL'tilt to keep up
a How of milk in winter. The food is
not succulent and the yvater is general
ly" so colli that if a cow drinks all that
she reijnrcs the chill to the stomach
will impair digestion. Usually the ani
mal yvilijiot drink enough, while the
coldne-s of the yvater keeps the food
irom doing as much good as it should.
In all baseineut barns" (and all barns in
tended for stock feeding should have a
ba-ement under their entire extent)
this matter of providing yvater can be
-etlled yvith comparatively little ex
pense." If the yvater is not too far dis
tant from the baru, it nwy be brought
close to the feeding trough in pipes. If
there bo uot a supply sutlicieut for this
cistern's can be built on oue side of the
basementrand the heat from fattening
stock, yvill prevent freciincr to such an
extent as to injure the' yvalls. A barn
lorty by ninety feet will require a cis
tern hold.ng one iutndred aud tweut3
barrels, and this sue will usually ac
commodate all the animals that need be
fed under such a barn. To save room
it is better to make the cistern just out
side the basement yvall and have the
top covered deeply enough to prevent
freezing. The cistern yvill be filled
previous to the yvinter yvith the yvarm
summer rains, and it yvill be far into
winter before the temperature ap
proaches the freezing point. When
roots are fed less water is needed, mid
it is a curious fact that a fattened ani
mal generally drinks 'less- in proportion
tliau one iu only store condition. There
is less yvater in the flesh of a fat auimal
than iu that of a poor oue. It is proba
ble this fact has led farmers to believe
that fattening stock do not need regu
lar drink. "Hut tho moderate amount
the3" require must be given regularly, or
the -disquiet and rough appearance of
the coat yvill show that something is
yvrong. If yvater is kept b3 them all
the time there will be no danrrer that
they yvill drink more than is tor their
good. We shall not decrease the pro
portion of water in their flesh by fur
nishing less of that, but rather by -giv-injr
more of fat and flesh forming e!e
ments. How to Boil and Stew.
To do either properly", the food must
be immersed at the oegmning in actual
ly boiling yvater, aad the yvater must be
allowed to reach the boiling point again
immediately, and to boil tor about live
minutes. The action of the boilini:
yvater upon the surface of either meat
or vegetables is to harden it slightly,
but euoui-h to .prevent the escape of
either juices or mineral salts. After
the pot,cont;uning the food has begun
to boil the secoHdtime. it should be re
moved to the side of the fire, and al
loyvedto simmer untiLlhe food is done.
This simmering, or steyving, extracts
all the nutritious gualities"of either
meat or vegetables; thepot should be
keptrcloseh" covered unless for a mo
ment yvhen it Ts.neeesitfcyry to raise the
cover in order to remove'the scum. The
steam will condense upon the inside of
tiie cover, and fali back into'the $ot in
drops of "moisture, if the boiling is slow.
Do not think that rapid boiling cooks
faster than the gentle process 1 recom
mend. After the pot once boils you
cannot .make its contents cook any
faster if you have -fire enough under ft
to run a" steam engine. So save your
fuel and add it to tlTe fix's little bj little,
to keep the pot boiling. Kemember i
you boil meat hard anu fast it will be
tongh and tasteless, and., most of it
goouness yviil go up the chimney, or out
of the -windoyv yvith the steam. Ex
change , -- ; -.
ThejieIs one" matrimonial Tr2e that
caff be" depended' upon as -of unirersa
application. A husband will never find
any difficulty in footing his wife's bilLs
provided the wife is so put togethei
that she is not ashamed to foot her hus
HOSE, FARM AXD GARDE.
Salts of lcrson. "will Tcrnare -rtafcu !
from the ivory handles oL knives-
A silAlx piece of paperor linen mow:-
ened wttij JurgeaUnc is a pruvanuvft j
against moths. .
ViTtnerx- vrWl oftnloo?js orahoi'
whtclrhsve been hardened by water and I
renuer then: as pitaoie as new. 1
i. Tli:n.vVif f T.t,Jci.r5T...l fthiir. .
mixed with hiove iHluh. will givr your .
LstoveaDne luster, which wui be otute,
T. V.... -...-- i
5 11AM MALLS. L-ftop nn win nxiw
ham: add an - for each -person and a -
'httle flour, beaMogetherairti make to
balls; frv brown hot butter.
1 ' -
UCK)K maKe the mistake ox ooinn-
Unngstoo much. Allor reaching
boiling. tHimt muats siiou.d immer.
llie toughest mb can. be- made Uadei
bj-so doing. '
JoUfcSTHor Avrs- iaze ox corro-1
sive eubhmate, one ouace; tnurtatc oi
ammonia, two ouaces; waler, one p:at, ,
Hip a brush :n tins solution, aud draw a
hue around the shelf or place to br pro- j
Roxlu IIaix. Wa-sh the ham tbor-
oughiy aud let it soak ia plenty of ;
xvaier, mixed with one pint of yea-t,
over ni 'hi; boil fresh Witter, add out;
pint o! yeo.-t. ami put in the ium to 1
into: yea.-i. aim put in me iuui f pive him Uie Iururi of hie he would J H- It ,
jil slowly; a wwp of new hay put into an3e todLpnse with the aexiaitiijs Ix",h
le bottom of the kettle iikjUWs tlu: wjjj Q, jcllei to learn that the Su- uii.'to-ifc-LSte
and keep? it from being burned. pTeme Court of Indiana ha decided j IVxCi"r
to.c im ai-vj- .v ..w.t. wv... WV....V
! Sallie's Hisft'XTd. Three go d-sized
! potatoes boiled and miL-died tine, on '
r . . ,.... .:,r . 1
taoie-poon sugar, one-nai: ji.ni uoinn
water. When cool add one cup yea-i,
list it rir till liirht. tlien add oiieotmrt
I water and flour to knead; knead half !
in hour and set it to riae light again be-
1 fore bakiug. 1
I Ti:a Uoll55. One quart of flour, one I
J of cream tartar: moisten with milk 01 :
j water as vou would bicuiw: roll to one-1
half inch in thickness; sjr ad with but 1 ue term was ajijiucuuie iu ure su.u
ter; sprinkle suzaraudroll it up as vol j oi ships, the running of steamboat!, and
would jellv caKc; cut the slices out trains, earrj ing the maUs, operating tel
inch thick ami bake. fgraphic lines, keeping up water works
To Uatewkouk Cloth.-Inabtu-kel I fnd S wojk ear": m dullenes,
of .-oft water nut one-half pound sugai hroivenes and running flouring milk,
of lead, and one-half pound owderee ! fhoc arc not prohibited on undaj,
alum; stir this at intervals until it h . any" here in the civilivetl world and
comes clear, then pour it off intc , M'in regulated any differentl. on
nnntl...r hueket: out the cloth ther.-m. Sunday than on a week day; and largo
and let it remain twenty-four hour,.
and let it remain twenty-four hour.
putting a weigh, on it to keep it undei i
water, then ban- it up to drv, xvithout !
o a k
SotTXir.i::." Mope or
r C00K1.W Lice
id wa-h it in cold '
Pick over the rice and
water; to one pint rice put three quart.. ,wi a fi;.ul m frQm ft
boding wateran,l half te.ispooiisa,t; kh, , l f . R Sund liU.
.tiustse.enteenmmutesfn.mthetme,iierei-a d;(Iv nccessit for L4killf,
it begins to boil; turn off all the v.ater, . ,. ...., n'u ,ir:ni-jM.r .H nr ,.nf.
set it over a moderate tire wi.h the
cover off, to steam fifteen minutes.
Take care and be accurate. The rice
water iirst poured off is good to stiffen
Fut'iT Cai:k. One pound butter, one
pound brown sugar, two pounds raisins,
two pouuds currants, ten eggs; heal
yelk-and yy bite-separately; one pound
"flour, one lablcapoouful each of ciuna
mon, cloves mace and nutmeg, one
large Uible-pO'Mitul sirup, one heaping
teaspoouful baking jowder, one-half
pound citron, one coffee-cup milk
dredge fruit well with flour and bake in
a moderate oven about three hours.
Dcuciors Lemon Pie. ('rate the
yellow rind of the lemon, and squeeze
out the juice; beat the yelks of eighi
e"rs with sixteen table-poonfuls ol
suifar and lour of butter; add half a tea-
cupful ot sweet milk and the whiles ol ,
f ur eg-s beaten still; add the lemor:
md babe in a rich crust; beat the re- ,
mamim: lour yvhitcs vyiui lyvospooiiTui-',,.
f suirar and
some prated nutmeg
ire done spread this ovei-1
When the pie;
the top aud browu lightly.
Heating Pn.i.oyvs. Xot every one '
i can atioru to nave an me cn:iiiioer- 1
supplied yvith gooi; feather pillows,
vliilc all desire the hens' leathers to sc
clo.-ely resemble the former, that none
can tell thfriifference. A good beating
with the hands each morning yvhen the
bods are made, will do a great deal to
ward milking them lively, aud yyliec I He ,aj oeen fining still po long
they become somewhat worn ami heavy. I that the mother expected to find him
the cost of steam renovating will not bt ' asieepf when she looked around and
regretted. Still, the beating must not . ;lskC(t '.. Well, irarrv, yvhat are vou
be neglected. ' tliinking of?" " Ma, are yve very rich?"
Ckijix-s ix D.vmi "WnATnEi:. To he tolemnly inquired, by way of reply-,
crimp the hair tale a little irnm arabic. ' " In one yvay: yveare," the said ; " your
aud put it 111K) just enoug.i boiling wa father says he values me at three mil
ter to dissolve it. When di.-solved add lion dollars, you at tyvo million dollars,
enough alcohol to make it somc.vhat 1 and tho baby at one." That closed the
thin. Let this stand all niirht. and conversation on that subject, but next
then bottle it -to prevent the alcohol
from evsporaMnrr. When yvishing to
"do" the hair for the night damp it
with this mixture, and the result yvill
be. next da', stitlly crimped or curled !
hair. which yvill not "come out" on j
lamp or hot day's, as is usual yvith hair
3ruuped or curled in the ordinary man
It is stated that few of the Western
States'produce a snpph of yvhite beans
sufficient for -home consnmp'ion, an d
the amount eaten is far smaller than it '
should be. No vegetable food contains
a larger nmountof nutriment than
beansT In the formation of muscles
thev are nearly equal
to anv kind of
meat. Beans form a staple
diet in all countries noted for thcii
thrift. The institution of baked beans
has had much to do yvith the prosperity' t
of the New England .Stales. Famine .
rarely if ever occurs iu countries ivhere
beaus form a leadmjr article
Scarcely anv- crop can be produced
from a given amount of land that yvill
supply as many persons yvith food as a
crop of beans. Common field beans
are easily and cheaply raited. The
seed costs very little, ami the labor of
cultivation is small. - A verv fair
crop of beans may be raised by sowing
them broadcast in sod .turned over in
May. If soived in this manner no cul
tivation is required. It is uual to
plant them in drills on old land and to
tend the crop yvith a hoe and cultiva
tor. The drills may be as near to
gether as ivill allow the running of a
cultivator between them. Little cultiva
tion is required except to keep down
the yveeds and grass. The plant
should never be disturbed yvhile thy
are yvet-wiUi dew or rain, as the least
touch yvill cause ihe leaves to rusk
The land on yvhich heans are planted j
should be of nearly uniform character,
so that thev may all ripen at abotxt the
same ume. A ver' rich soil is not nee-1
essaryforthe production of a mod crop '
of bjans. It ia necessary, however, i
that the land he dry. JS'o crop ivxll do
as yvell on sandy hilts and knoil as com
mon ivhite "beans. Chicngo Times.
Uavr to Clean Soiled Dresses.
The followin-r directions for deaninj-
soiled dresees- has been yvell tested, anti jrt one pi themSsan mlxrrctBieni of General
will be found excellent: Dissolve one Waahiaatoa, who offers a reward for x rua
tablespoonful of borax iu eight quartt. j -a"! shxc T
u u t .t i T iVT .u '
can be borne by the hands. Flaoe the .
narment. orevijuslv brushed, and np-
tied, if necessarv fa iTarment olauiH
m-tile neod not be'riooedi-. in t.iis solu-
i -a . r- a
-r j , ;. i: "i .a. . . -
-- - w w - m a
uon, auo. let t xie uui iae wr j .crisi
nittr. fnl Tlftin--- and airlnor it OPCa-I
sionallv. If ihe-jnirment is verv much
, . .
soiled, porae rubbing yvith. the haud
may be necessary. Urease pots filled
yvun oust snouxa oe ruouea. m a
stronirer solution oL borax tirevious to
putting the xrarment to soak. Wrinrr -
-drv aiitl expose to "lilie open airj when ;
still little damp press on the wroiu - -. ohss rjrmaied wgo-to-stde.
" hIaJh-r.iaid: --.Johatiy,;!!
n.ic nmnnrr'nn Af hm-i-r m.V.trrafar-;:
-"- .... . J' w... .v. ...... li: .
CALdiCUL iUl ifTI'inl UiiiKI. Ul tir-
n... i- t - ui t. j
colors, whatever the material. A
bi)r:ix is a neutral salt, no fears need bt
entertained of its injuring the most
" 1 " "Z A.
Tfcc Girl Peaai la Chiaa.
-Motto -Errwnt. a Bcrmwc, -who ha
w-vn educated In thk country n!fe lb
view tf endng him a lUptit mi
ionary to ikirasak, lectured rucaaur m
BaJuorv- StwakiM: f tie deplorable
condition of kucrcb is titt Eat,rinc
mainly to pcnhar Ttlipo trachiari
m sua . i.ir ia y. "-.. .--
io have no ou, aaU to aiU locBi 15 bo
siarder, and thrrcioro not to be pun-
-i .. 1 - - -- - ; --
tio-iof in th followin2 way At mr-
ri . i . i tr L
af rrL an appointed oflW-r eow
jhron?h l??F " ?" VKS
Pr Pr f31 K" cbudwn the.
can no: care for. whea thev ar about
. . . , M Hp faa, .wo arrc
U0 ahtd to the red of a baoiUio
,e U( over hu shoulder. Sii
,,. Tf. . . ?n MLrh bal:. and
h camen them to some neyrhboriag
" vinaire and eaposea them for
vin.re -r.d wf them ior alt.
Motiiers w ho de:re to raise wives for
Mja j,Uy SUt.j, tj,- ojv -Icct
-ri.e oih-rg aj-M iaVen to the CoTcrn.
- ujcj,. sjlum, of which there are many !
all through the country. If tben 1
room there they are- taken ia, if not
hey arc drowned."
th mn 4v A thmlf ro wonld
ve him lumpj 0f hje
that what is usually considered a luxury
is a necesitv. The cav; arose from the
-- . i .. " 1 .!. l I. I.... ..I
saie 01 a cigur uy tac etc.. o. a uuvi,
rcjultingiu his arrest for tho violation
of tiie Suadav law, which, like that of
nearlv all States, forbids rioting, bunt-
ing. Iishing, quarreling, common labor
and the pursuit of one's Usual avoca-
tions, works of charity and uecossity
only excepted. The Court decided that
the word " nece&dty" must be denned
according to iw legal moaning only.
manufactories, blast furnace, sail
works: ol1 wtIU 1aml
wherein heavy machmer
wbcre a stoppage is atte
uerv is UscU, anu
nded with loss
,1T- ;npnnviniiii'i ri eliiotti interfered
wi h . h . Sundav operations. There
. nn . -',.- : ki1ltl.
T liv.., ...... .. .....-, ....--... ... .,
fee or-moking a cigar. A hotei may
be kept 011 sjuudav, as it ia on a week
dav; and If it ha a eigar-stand, at
which cigars are 5!d on week days, it
is as lawinl to pell a cigar on Sunday as
to furnish a cup of tea or coffee or sup
ply a meal of victuals. So that, in In
diana, atleait, a cigar is pronounced a
legal 'ni'cesity," which opens up a
wide variety of "moral and social ques
tions too extended for present discus
sion. Detroit Free I'rc4S.
"'Do I think of you?' you ask,
dearest," yvrote a husband to his wife.
" Do 1 think of 3-011?' Yes, I do espe
cially .yvhen a button comes off, or I find
a hole in my stocking." " I am glad
you think of "me, darling," she yvrote in
reply'; "I used to think a preat deal ol
-oii vhptiT wntitfil tri in to tfo ronenrt
orthJ tni.a.ur, or when I fek like having
ft driv but since j havc found a genllt?.
f . j uj,() w:ls wiHiiijrto take vour
T ,,.,.. . hn trm,.b.,i n
'.1IIchl,, Hc took lho next tra5a for
1 , :.... ,.,,.. f -,-,., ;n i.i.
uSQm lhe wfl,e d'anee. It Ls n,j.
less to sav that the conflict was a short
one; a man couiun t stay angry long in
j the presence of her sparkling eyes and
mem laughter. Hut he felt that she
, had served hint right, and his future let
ters yvill doubtless slum more apprccia
tion of her yvifely attributes.
morning, as Harry yvas getting on his
overcoat, he examined the new. patch
which had been added, and coolly- ob
. - . .v .
served: Well, I think father had bet-
ter sell off about half of you or theyvhole
of the baby, aud get the rest of us some
decent duds to put on."
It rather startles England to find
that the Afghan war is costing her S20,
0G0.00U more than she thought it yvould.
It is the most expensive Afghan she ever
purchased. And then there i- the South
Africa ivar to pav for. This piece of
besides the loss of life en
tailed, has cost ?22,2-!G,000, and about
all they havc to show for it is a colored
gentleman by the name of Cetcwayo,
who is more ornamental than useful, as
hc can not even whitewash. Detroit
Gladstone says of the Turk: "II
it yvere honorable to lie he yvould tell
the truth. It bein-r honorable to tell
"-ft '-ruth, he les.'
Mental Ntraln K-II-Tcd.
: Tnn Aa.-liiu--ton (U C) Criiifrayt: - It faj
intunated to Us that nitmbcra of Uie Semt
! slid IIou? are freer u-int "."idru-r's safe '
I h'ernne for relief of ncry-ius prostration Ind- '
ucnt upon tiie severe sualu upon ttieir men
1 Fiarix- akd IIciioks or: the .Face. Ia
. this comliUnti of the ekin. th VrGirrtVE is
the creat; remedy, a it acts tlirectlj upon the
cjusc Ii cleaiL-sa and puritie-; the blood,
thereby causing hamors of dl kindi to dis
appear. Master Fisavk Gieutin", V. L K., -"a re
puU married accordmj: u the r tej of the
(."reek Catholic Church, to .Mi Nii Ka.tr.
nictpriotT, a Ra-ian lartr, arciiJeut of si Vu,
It is wonderful what fool? ioj are. A
chamiisc tthI tr of cur city own . iir l".
at.d a man from St. i'Jtil yratit to be appilr.t
ed deputy father to tbcLid. It "as uni- .;
etroirnrciotrn Ch-?tntt. ?tre-t with the'fod.
sundaT tnat wntle t."ie sr raui mm vras
he asked: "Bub, doc your mamma Ua;
aiL GucM ., minifU:I tii ia't uaos- c7crJ.
thins vrhen he told pa t-r prepare to d e.
I'tvpareltrhy tie was achinr to die."" Stil
J. M- Rta", of Momatn. has "purchaacd
2l) sheep ia Califon-ia, la be dr.rea to thai
Mrs-Mattoz. oL CenteTilJe, Ga-t ba a
rare collection of oU.n'-.."av somen'
f h.m Si.tivi- lw.fnr ."fciv W.lTt-M,TJtPV -r.
Tm:iu:are -moments y-hen m tlitat fiat
lwTiifflr!. sr,trji of sneiln-r --ouU save a '
creat dcai of io-To-- asd m-auaciitan-Iiar.
otr there'-sasToddie-.tas ol oar b.-ur-Ilr-r:- t
-:";11? w5 ?IP,-i -25 1'-
soar lines in hi
iuuiu w a it. mc uu. ... il.
m. i i.ho. a baa a t.afa I na n t r -V"!- T-r-j T-
-h ert-stal article. bt his lair oce thooirbt
V nlffrd! rn "m--'- and .-)-. haifJu .
. --.. .. . . .-. '
. j. . ,
pntieDU-xithA brief note, tartnir, Me' and r
iu uiu?t a u ..wi.j 1. a. t ti., wv --
all np."' -She York A.cerr"." MUniier. '
rwn n iiinm hr -t -it Rnv.i
Hil il. wa -r-erti:ioni- nonfrh ta'
res the vousd vtitli isiz Irom the fcrate that i
the cinrni. and hi l
"d rather yptjM, 20 ,
L'scliool and ftuay. and maybe Ton'u be.
. r--r rL r. .f.
iiiM'KB; some uv, riu vuucu. r
titer, there's abont ore million boys in the
lisited r?sate. isn't there? Yck "And
ererr one of them stasis a chance ol bein
rr-5.iienfT - Tea. - W ell, dad. I H sell o.a
bv chance for acirens ticiet-" OS Ciiylk-i
T rJiditrtJ Mr. H UUr T lr 1
M I mm mmmMr f
fTK tkl cajsu -J tMtu if .
M,xt ir U&mf pxicut &
hk Tmt w xt w - i-r t.mm- . a l v -v-
vocnT iac An. s - -
wW fcr csPKi
tw-iji as Ait-.i- Axe Gtrx cI
1 ,. -i.i..t t. i it ti rni La-
4 borCwit3. y - j:sJi.
- "TT . ,..,. r,.
i Owe tor Ivwsatos. Bwbk ttrjUli
ou.zat to .kr It.
, - --- .
! r-rRraJtaciJUSc .fei-bitsJ
EwSaten &,t tss . u,Wc
Esji-Ith. SrBST tsnlJ hl phjtical
C. G;'W-rt'. i.ra :4rrJi .trU'v j arc.
Katt -x.: Tt-. ?a ' fur tnrvL
The Cct Icillchic
rumor. lii t?. 71, sra
1 H- It eriTMt, r.Ttnr
j-ur ..-, n.T. t" . aim t" ... b..ki.
Jut i N.tU fcM Uk. Ut.!t MMZ
vru. Jf u. fc e arm.
rifti.r J ILt-OUTiii
h tJtK : . g-m. u.'lrr-
GIVES CENEXll. SATWr ACTIOS.
Eruptions of the Ssin, Chroaio
Soro Eyos and General Debility.
Fcd what Or Simmon ny
Vctost, Mul. Jbs X un.
H. It. Stttiju. IJrr-
1 km bi: " e-Mf"" Isiar ftny fftwr j9
aatf wrM&r r-ft4 It irnvxty tit TrH-
f lie Aln. tmnr rt fftt tad Onrrru IMMt
I he iM rrwrtuitW Nwi grx ou; ftt
la i&o mrtUttB. C I Uitak li tin; tt?-
uLi J. bXMMOXS.
Tear fry Tlfclc rwiifc-to. Trf-tla'." TlorX ,
lb- l;tl I nt Ml d.Bitt.-J. uM trrr trtna triif 1
IClA-L. &Ld I fcT m doat -4 rr ate
VcfT tlf Ir.
me j j smuoxa.
WITH SUCH BENEFIT.
zOTa.y. Wil, 7r IX art
H Srrrrx. lUiror
JtonrStr Imi(M) leailfrta tt rdelrra-j af Ttr
1st tte U: cit BMHi'hi "MH aA brfit
W O ST &VZE. VmzzrM.
15 TIIE EKST
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
'HIS JtATCUI I.st ItKV y ATO!! ot tf4A- ni
rxLau.Tt! t .u .t Tl,h o:;i eiois ni that
p lo n-r.h ni .irrnstli -n tc il Xt prr-
dlcIKB. f..'a Mr 'lit I -T. SWni-JV lrU. and
aiirsary urvru-a. sH "Iw brUR aJ a-n..ui tom-KirA
lEdac rrf rrhior -,'i MAI T BITTrtt- imm aJ
th-ni"lT t th. rl. csi V.'it.trroikiit.li
bUUatnL, rKrruv. ktI'u asj utrlnt&J a ;li
for-t. al-i. atal o vt p.i.rfn. rv.iirtiT to neU
cuur IT parx! by Ov M VI T 1UTTKU- ClIVII AT.
Iiutu llJermrnleJ il-i-i an t It iii4 Ktcrjwtxrs.
MALT AND HOPS
T.as.Tr". rrrraTsriT HeiTtrs Ar-OMi-T
Tbn-.'!f - rr W.k-1 jr Lmniml ). iiwrt.
Hi. U-i lm jj a- rurth f-juntain, tfc nut (oaut to
But ah ar.
?m tl c-nn thl, Xpnn of Natnrv brtnc
. k titn in bi iiaftir ran aiwrnpiirija tba
ThaUiii.rsltr Walrr -ir Intillnr rtvrmau ut-
IUrt ilh tlf K.h-al:nsitrtm.ajMitarTi iHsJ un tn
WlutTiiRirr nn.txr Arr-urT from a reader ctantl
Is an ta.tautA-wcs. J'Ur prtn 13 ererr u2"rr'
sotn nr ali, iir."ii,tsri.
rnsa tie dat of a saliU-T' tnacbarz-; en ba preenr.
j-TDTliJed ap-:ictln Uiffo-- li Cli-lattie pntTd
parunrot rrtur to Ja!j 1. IM. KILO B.ITt
TCyi .t CO. mate tMi busln-naai-xetalti. as4
t-dUi xUm jean sxperieno ar a trail; toecaaaf -il .
TT7 Item. AfldroM I
Miio B. Stevens ft Co.!
"Rooraal and 2 Cajb Eal'dia-j, QsTelaad. Ohio, i
Xoora 99 KeS-opo'.lua Block, Chicago, HI '
By making strictly pureandfirst
class goods for the last eight years,
in Now York, we find our rapidly
increasing trade demands our
opening an office and factory in
Chicago, to supply tho western
trade, and wo would advise all
parties wishing to paint, to try
curs, wnlch is the very best and
cheapest In the market. Send for
samplocard and prlcos.
NATIONAL MIXED PAINT CO .
JTEW YOBK or CHICAGO. ILL
"A'r suit, tkc eni-r
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W'-n Cariaa aad Radi
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