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TME EED.CLOUD CHIEF.
X. XJ'TMOXAS, PBfclUher.
wl SUMMER DAT.
Thk flowcni lay Meoplrur bencatk the dew
Butt bo mother had watched tao whole alskt
The wild sweet carol of ono small bird
Was the sound tbat the weary watcher beard.
And th summer dawn grew Into the mom,
Iiut stUI she sat weeping beside her nrst-borfc.
f.tfo was fadln? from cheek and brow.
And the mother's heart was hopeless now.
Kol me found in tho rhambcr ot death
Was bennl-avo the maiden's laboring
Ko wmnl of murmur the mother pake;
Jlcnt and calm are the hearts that break.
Morning passed and the noon so still
llatbod in warm loveliness wood and ss.UL.
Kltiml'iDus airs from tho west went lr.
And tho mother watcbod for hor child to die.
Afternoon came -and tho taalden lay
Lifeless and soulless a mold of clayl
llnin came down as from eyes that wept;
Watching was over the maiden slept.
Through tho quiet falling of evening rain
The bird's solt carol stole In ag&ln!
Then the mother said w'Tls a message for mo
To ted me, O, child, that 'tis well with theel"
And tho summer day ended, for "latoorlong,
Ever)' dny weareth to even-song."
THE DUKE'S HOUSE.
I was born in an old chartered and
very picturesque town in a Western
vuuiiLy, in wnose vicinity stood an
which had not
o l-rr win
the afteraoon for itwu.NoTetiber
asd dreaaed it.
Oh, nor1 ske replied "I did not
dream; and horror-struck a Iwai whe
tM ruffians descended the stairs aaia, I
crept silently up to see if I could find
out anything; and,-oh horror, I shall
never forget the sight! Do let us go."
I must confess I felt a iittlo creepy
and nervous, but was myself agaia la a
moment Fatling her trembling, and
fearing anothefswoon.I began descend
ing tho stairs with her, when a light
from below shot up to us. She clutched
me convulsively, but was reassured by
hearing my wife's voicU calling but:
Frank! Maty! Where are you?"
" Here," 1 said; "all righL"
"Indeed," she replied, "I think it all
wrong to give me such a I righL"
We had reached her by this time; and
by the light of the lantern she had
brought, she caught sight of Mary's
To my wife's interrogatories re
specting her illnesj, the poor girl assur
ed her that she was notiil. but terrified.
"I will tell you all," she added, "when
I get home.
1 was thankful for the light, and left
them walking on, whibit I ran up for
Mary's painting materials, and locking
tho door, I put the key in my pocket,
meaning to return again after dinner
and try to elucidate the mystery. When
ancient ducal nalacc.
been occupied for manv
and like other build ings'l eft to decay, it
had the repuUition of being haunted.
There certainly were strange 'sights and
sounds to be seen and heard sometimes
by those who were near the place at
dusk and after dark; but it was never
looked into. The uneducated were too
superstitious and frightened; the better
clas were too busy or too indolent;
and we had no rural police in those
days to trace out tho caitses. It was a
great pity for such a fine Elizabethan
structure to fall to ruin. I remember
it as a strong and beautiful mansion,
with ita lawns and terrace-gardens, and
its many windows as there arc days in a
year. This I doubted when a child,
and often got the nurse-girl to walk
round the house, to count them with
mo; but we never attained our object;
for if tho sun got overclouded, she
would be stiro to see a ghost at some
gloomy window, and rush off, leaving
:ne, terrified, to follow. The old resi
dents bad died ouL tbo title having be
come extinct; and around it were
sprung up mills and factories, which
prevented the aristocracy from livino
in it. Tho mill-owners, too, preferrc(i
being further away from their counting
houses and smoky chimneys. Besides,
it must have been a very rich man who
could put it in decorative repair, and
keep up such an establishment. In
those days our merchant-princes were
uuiucui, wjiu very- mouesc dwellings,
such as many a middle-class man now
adays would deem it derogatory to live
in. I am writing of a slow and sure
age; wo are now living in a fast and
IJut to my story. I had attained an
age when ghosts .or hobgoblins and
such like rubbish did not terrify or ,
trouble me. I was a married man, the
father of several children, when a
cousin came to visit us, who was high
ly delighted with our pretty town; and
knowing her to be very clever with her
'.pencil, I asked her to paint mo one or
two of the scenes in the neighborhood.
This she willingly consented to do, and
we sallied forth to fix on what should
be her iirst picture. She thought the
view from the Duke's House as it was
called would be the best. I told her
she dared not trust herself in there, for
it had been uninhabited for the last
century, and was haunted. Sho
laughed, and said she did not believe
in ghosts; she was not so much fright
ened at tho dead in solitary places as at
the living; and her curiosity being ex
cited, sho wanted to explore the old
building. So, whilst she went for her
easel and materials, I got the keys
from an old man who lived in the old
courtyard of the dueal residence.
We walked through tho rooms, ad
miring their old grandeur, the lofty
marble columns, standing on marble
hearths each side of the fireplaces, sup
porting the groined ceilings, with coats
of arms and other devices carved ill
marble between them. The tapestry
round the walls smelled moldy, but
was in a wonderful state of preserva
tion, and no worse than wheua. Jft"
twoacy T j ioure, l bad pitieu the
ladies who worked so hard to cover
their rough stone walls. My cousin
selected a room for her first sketch;
and as I was leaving, I advised fier to
lock the door after me, to guard against
intrusion; but she objected to this, say
ing she never locked herself in any
room for fear of sudden illness; but if I
would lock the door on the outside,
and call for her as I came from the
bank, sho would bo much happier to
know she was secure from interruption.
After some hesitation, I conse'htcd to
do this, and with the key in my pocket,
went to business.
It was just closing time, and I was
lockinjr un the stronsr-room, when the
manager drew my attention to a mat
ter wich invoWd a. protracted search
joined them, Mary was asking my
ne uareu come aione all the
my house to that dreadful
J10XE. I AS A5D 6a1E5.
To Rxkovk MtLtcw. -If the tahu
are recent rub the Iabno wan uru, aaa
haaated rather than In its being a dea
of wholesale murderer. Were our
town a seaport or near the sea. I should
think it Vll 9. tl-innf frterri. rr.Tr.r- wtm
had had a scuffle with the cistfftiard. . "P00 !t to lhc ua'
and had brought home their dead to i Eight iiuxtmEi varieties of per
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ss"i!"!!r,IJ:rlTi,,.! EirLw ocuuu" v oftWudrt . tw iuw
ii inMir Im it f ift
It i. ft
kTe Urt4 New Yrk sfeec U wif
bec& olj tftrw i ! Drf Uc
war six emaste fart tolar. ft It-
tees year pmfoek kr Jfr
Vjsxs. H poUoacd by
btit Ultra was no" m<cal shnol In the i is America.
seighborhood, or I would have put it I Povntsovs
down at once to ono of tho? worthies. ! vine, make a iAte of sulphur of CCS
The more I thought, the more I felt ! nowdr am! milk. AddiV niffkt asd
morula jr uniu cured.
tUnVIDCCU It CAA in l-iisnlf nf mr-
cousin's di.ordercd imafinalion. fmra I
bcinz left all alone at nifhtfall in such a
'After a while I aid; Whist Is out
of the qdejtion tonight; no one's i
thoughts would be in hS or her hand; !
so, if Tom would like a stroll, I am 'x
ready for one."
He eagerly accepted the Invitation;
but my wife and Mnry both sprung up ' w. caoca quite urtij
and intercepted us on our wav to d5 ?' J"1-.? ln,,h
door, naying I should not Co out. She Wh off w,lb lmro M w"
SrKXXCiUALT U one of the aihscsU of
the horse, for which no cure Is knows. '
Ordinary uage Is not likely to injure
the horf e. fad will ml make th cae
Tt) C'Ltuy PAixr.Mu commoa
whiting to the eoasUteacy of common
paste in warm water: rub the surface
' to be cleaned quite brikly with ajpiccr
fore, s!se are sstc-wsr tomyuklf
the hTe H per ceftt- f t fgTH
uael; J3d ostUs4Iac eseiwn. Tw-ty-nine
ham faBeJ; Xffll el r-ti.-000,000
rcerre, repreKl: the llabll
tfc. It b probable that sot ssere ths
one-fourth ever reehed th rightlsl
owners. It is fsrthcr mkl thai sot 3
pereent. ef the gros l0,000.000of Is
frfNtc eofrtrscts osuusdisfapos
whkh, eicltalre of thecost of crrrf.
the net premium payawsts y prhf.
hare sptgaicd $.0W,W I eer
be eorspieied sed paid.
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until now. Oh,
rbolo frame quiver, and
was assisting her to rise, she
mninft taintmir nu x nau uu.
t. not even a fusee in my pocket.
and no one was within call At length
I thought of the water she naa ior ner
wnrkr it mkditrevive her if I could find
tt. I laid her down gently, and grop-in"-
about for the water, sprinkled her
face, which hadrthe effect of bringing
Hurriedlvrising, she exclaimed: "Oh,
come sway. Take me but of this Horrid
X, began to rally her about the
ibsnrdity of her fears, and her telling
ine in the morning she was not super
stitious. But she interrupted me by saying:
I have seen ncvghost. We are in a dea'
if horrid theivee and murderers! Isaw
vo bodies draggedup. stairs, stripped
rf everything, with just a sheet round
hem. Oh, come out of the place, or
re shall be the aexL Even now they
I asked her if she had not gfct drowsy
rhilft waiting for nw in tse
She replied, she would rather do so
at any hour of the night than be kept
in suspense, and added: "As soon as
the da' began to close, I looked for
you; but as you did not conle, I thought
Frank must have called for you, and
was lionizing 3ou in the town. Hut
when fully an hour after dinner was
ready, he came back without you. and
rushed nfflikeamadman when lasked for
you, I wa for the moment bewildered;
but thinking you must havo been taken
ill, and that Frank would want help and
a light. I hurried to the kitchen for s.
lantern, and told one of tho girls to put
on her things and accompany me to tho
Duke's House, for you were there, and
must have been Liken ill. But would
you believe it? Sho flatly refused, say
ing it served you right for going there;
you would never bo found, for never a
person going near that house after
dark was ever seen afterward. I ridi
culed her nonsense, and appealed to the
others; but neither would eo, so I had
no alternative but to como alone."
When we reached home, I went to
the cellar, and got a bottle of Moselle,
and made Mary drink off half a tum
blerful; and then we sat down to dinner.
Wo were just settled to dessert, when a
friend dropped in for a hand at whist,
and wondered at our being so late. I
told him tho reason; and then asked
Mary for her story, as 1 had forbidden
her talking about it until she had not
She began: "After you left mo, I
worked on for a long while, until, feel
ing hungry, I looked at my watch, and
found it was past two o'clock. I then
ate my sandwiches, nnd after taking a
turn through some of tho rooms, set
tled into work again. I had not been
long thus occupied when I was aroused
by strange irregular noises which
seemed to como from the landing
above. I then awoke to tho conscious
ness that I had been hearing a scuttling
of feet for some little time. The
scuffling commenced again: and 1 got
up, moved cautiously to tho door,
which was ajar, and looked out just in
time to seo an old hag disappear in a
doorway above, and the door close soft
ly behind her. I stepped up, and noise
lessly opened tho door, and peeped in;
but to my great surprise, the room was
empty. I walked in to seo if there was
any other door through which sho could
havo passed; but thcro was not; nor
was there a window she could havo got
out of. I was fairly puzzled, for you
know I don't believe in ghosts. I went
down to my room, but could not settle
to work. I went up again and again;
but could discover nothing, nor could I
detect a sound. It was broad day when
I saw her; and now I found it was get
ting too dark for mo to do anv more of
my painting, so I gathered all together,
and put them in ono corner, ready for
to-morrow morning, and sat down to
wait for you. As it was now getting
dark, and I had been oxpecting j-ou
since three o'clock, 1 thought you must
havo forgotten me, so I went down to
seo if I could find any means of egress.
As I could not, I returned to my room,
where I could watch for your coming;
for it was not so dark but I could see
any object crossing the court Whilst I
w&i thinking whether I should tell you
about the old woman to-night or wait
very dreary; but soon I heard ouutis
above the soughing of the winds,
strange heavy thuds below me; and tho
legends you told mo as we walked
through some of the rooms in the morn
ing rushed to iny mind; but I soon ban
ished such nonsense, knowing ic must
be produced bv living beings."
"What did he tell you?" asked
"Why, he told me about a very
wicked Duke who for some baleful
reason whipped his unfortunate wife
everv night through the house, her
lamentations being heard by any ono
who had the temerity to bo near the
house after dark. Well, all was quiet
again for a little while, when I heard
voices, and the sound of something
being shuffled and dragged up the stairs
toward the room I was in. 1 crept bo
hind the door, and holding my breath,
peeped through the crevice. To my
horror I saw two ruffians dragging up
something wrapped iti a sheet; they
dragged it to the room lhad examined
by "daylight. The door opened, emit
ting a lurid glare. They entered, but
ditf not stny long, for they soon came
out and tramped down-stairs again,
leaving the door partly open. 1 heard
the sound of their footsteps die away in
the lower basement, and all being
quiet, Xstole quietly up the stairs and
peeped into tljeroom. There, before a
lire of red ember?, stood tho old hag I
saw in the afternoon. She was stirring
something in a caldron on the fire,
gibbering and muttering like the
witchesin Macbeth. She turned round,
and I thought her gaze fell on me. I
felt myself slidinff down, and remem
bered no more untill was again aroused
bvthe same two demons coming u
with .another bundle. What could
do? They would, soon be up. I knew
now that the old- witch had not seen
me, for I was left unmolested. I saw I
might gain my room before they could
possibly reach it, and they would not
hear me above their own din. I did so,
and knew no more until vou roused
When she had ended, I said: "Mary,
dear, do you not think you most have
dropped off to sleep whdst waiting for
me, and your gloomy surroundings
caused that very ugly dream? You
know it has been proved that ono min
ute's doze suffices the soul for vagaries
which,, injour waking hours, would take
weeks to perform."
"No," she replied;. "I did not sleep
one moment.. Besides, shoudt2.sleep,
do you think, in broad day, especially
after I saw the old woman vanish out of
"Then you do believe in ghosts!" I
t indeed, I do sot; but it is all so puz
come oat aerain?
" Onite positive; for I did not take
my eyes off the door until 1 was in 'the
room, sad I walked into the large fire-
r .... m
fraying I should not cro out. She T . . -... The fouowUsx proWeni gite ior
Knew l meant to go to the House, and .. nw. ins i wia Hu.wi4ot0o beginner m arttsracuc tosotre:
if I did. she would so too. I oOoh- mo1 otl,cr Plaat require a careful ' Tjj Eart'uh lamrnare faoacfM tu i
poohedtho Idea of going there, espo- preparation of the soil to naure their foar ,ub,UtuU5 for ''t," BASeJj. ttfti
ciauy alter what ilary had told us. i Hnut' " ucsi "" juvjkwc
"You don't believe a word 1 havo the 5o11 for Iulf but toT olher croP
told vou I am sure vou do not: I can ' b-r pulverising '" l kni or tough.
uorrKK LAKia. une cup butter,
one-half cup sugar, one cup mo!avse.
one teanpoonful aaleratus dissolved In a
and then he won't cup of strung coflee. one nutmeg, ono
teuspoonful clove;, one cinnamon, hve
cup of dour and one cup of raLdns.
Dkivim; A wat Axrs Take carbolic
see it by the twinkle of your eves! ' ho
exclaimed "And don t vou "go. Tom.
let me beg of you" (Marv'had a special
interest in Tom):
care to go alone."
bo Tom promised, fully meaning to ,
keep tho promise, I am sure; and we ,
were allowed to pa-ss.
tt r.Im, '
As soon as we irot outsida. 'I saidi ' icid .Hiittml with ..t..r -,v
..,, ,. ... .. . t r --...-..-.. ...... .. ... . , .... .
"eu. iom, l did not promise, nor do
I tvish to break yours but I am off to !
the Duke's.' 1 have the key in my '
pocket, and wish to satisfy mvself; to- '
morrow may be too late."
"Then you believe Mary's story?"
he said. " !
I' Well, I am bound to believe it; but f
it is not murderers or ghosts, and I'll !
find out before I come back. But don't
you go in until I return, or you will be
sending my wife after me, and all will '
depend on quiet." ,
"Nay," ho said: "if you go, I will.
No great harm in breaking a promise of J
that kind; and it will be forgiven wheu
I plead anxiety for your safely." ',
"Agreed," i replleil. "lint wo must
nave a nht. And
kitchen for my bull's
suspicion there, ana
carried into the parlor."
"I have one at my lodgings." he said;
"and it's on our road; we can call and
We accordingly did, and Tom sii""-
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L1U3LUU uui HiHiuir ;i p:iir ui
acid to ten parts water and With a
syringe throw this liquid into all the
cracks and holes whore they nest, and
they will sou vanish. Cockroaches are
aUo driven away by it.
Rick MtTn.Na. Boil the rice soft
and dry. Take one-half cup rice, stir
in three spoonfuls ugar. piece of butter
si'iAu of an egg, and a little stalL One
pint sweet milk, one cup yeast, two
quarts Hour. lt it ri.e all "nighL If
sour in the morning, add a little soda
dissolved in milk, and bake in mulllu
ring. Aciih I VKOETAHLia.- Vegetables
are said to yield nine separate ac.ds :
The nviltlf in rhtih.irli. tin. t.-irtrli In
U l',Stintrmil'i!ta,i;ttril,,L'' gRIea and mulbcrrie. the
...... r, . :ii . . c"10 m oranges and lemons, the malic
tho pnissic in laurel leaves, peach blos
soms ami bitter kernels, and the phos
phoric in oats and barley.
Thk quince can be jut ai successful
ly grown as the paeh. If a Iittlo care is
principal enemy, ,
- .. .
in " ctcsiphon," nt as tn puaa, paut
a In "phthUtc,w th as Is "Taos."
It aUo has "" and tea safotitaU. fa
U ' n.,ntr ! us in !' a M I
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eigh as in "eiffelV e
cy as in " tfeey. sif a ta
" campaign." ea as is break, " sa as
In " gauge," ao as is "jraol," a!f h as
in "lalghL" CombiBlBg the short,
how manv different ways are there of
spelling the ant syllah'le of the. word
"tailor?" and then", writinz the eecoad
syllabic with lar, kr, lir, lor, iBr, lyr,
larr, lerr, lirr, lorr, lurr, ryrr, liar. Her,
lllr, llor, llur, llyr, Ilarr, Uerr, Hirr,
llorr, llurr, llyrr, lour, leur, laer, loar,
Ueur, llaer, how many different ways
are there of spelling the whole word
It should be pointed out with Con
tinual earnestness, ssvs Kuskin, that
the essence of lying Is In deception, sot
in words. A lie may be told by silence,
by equivocation, by the . accest oh s
syllable, by a glance of Ihe eye attach
ing a peculiar significance to s sen
tence; and all theM kinds of lies are worse
and baser by many degrees thas a lie
plainly worded; so that no form of
blinded conscience is so far sunk as that
which comforts itself for having de
ceived, because the deception was by
gesture or silence instead of utterance ;
and, finallv, according to Tennyson's
trenchant line, A ho which is half a
truth is over the worst of lies."
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r a pair of pistols, in
case of need. I firmly believe Tom j taken to head off it
hoped for a brush with thj villains.
Arriving there, wo walked around
the worm at tho root, winch requires
out little tune and trouble each spring
e house before entering it, and peep-' an,l fW ' removing the earth from
1 into even' nook we could lind. At around the stem of the tree. Probo for
last, we directed our glance to the upper tbo grub in his hole in the bark with a
regions, and about half-wav up the ' st'"" wire, and till up around tho treo
circular tower wo thought we could with wood ashes, or slaked lime.
discern a light. This was the
Mary had chosen for her sketch
So we determined on
CriuiANT Jki.lv. Pick
One of the rreatest evils known In
the family Is the disrespect so frequently
showh between members, one to an
other, in speech, action, and drc.
The gruff " Yes " or " No " of husband
to wife, In answer to a pleavint query,
leads to unpleasant consequence., and
begets a bold, calculating style of ad
dress on etuier side, wmcu sooner or
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and if possible solving the and let them simmer for 10 minutes aft
As wo reached the second i ..r thnv hv.. .iw. m n iii tii.,
landing it was a noblo sUiirca:e with , strain through n tianni4 lag. and add
its carved balustrade wo heard
the out side, lonr produced . till tin. I..1K- i n.rf..(.tlr ...d.i
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should dwell within U dispelled like
dew before the moruing sun.
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7henelf there. But it was all clear up
to the sky."
Well, I.woold bflieTs- in iti btuje
did it nt that we could sec no crevice
of light to guide us; but all was dark.
We entered; but it was quite empty,
and the tupe.-try being stripped from
tho walls, showed nothing but the
rough stones. All was now so quiet
that it really seemed as though we hail
disturbed demon phantoms at their
I said to Tom: "What can bo tho
meaning of this?"
When just as he was going to
ine noises commenced again, ami we
stepped outside and listened attentive
ly. At last Tom suggested: "Ono of
theso niches, which looked paneled out
for statues, must bo a door."
Wo examined the one carefully next
the room we had just left, and sure
enough camo upon a scrot spring.
Tom put his light out of sight and put
his hand on his pistol. I very gently
pressed tho spring, when it noiselessly
opened sufficient for us to seo into the
room. There was tho old hag still at
her brew, and one man with a knife
dismembering tho limbs of his victim.
Ho stopped his work to address some
beiugs out of our sight: and we. having
seen enough, quietly closed the door,
darted down stairs, and soon reached
home. Tom was always very pale,
with large dark eyes; and when he en
tered the room where my wife and Mary
were, his look told in a moment, where
we had been.
.y,u T .id jn reply to their
S?!?ffzJ,we h.nvo becn there, and
heart' Hero T'caugIu7TomVwerl'tast
scmbled look of affright, and could con
tain myself no longer; I flung myself
on the'eouch and roared with laughter.
. I laughed so long that my wife began
to think my brain was turned. She
looked atTom, but ho kept his counte
nance, and continued his idiotic stare.
At last, seeing they were really fright
ened, I gasped out: "Murder will out!
The corpses were pigs, scalded pigs;
and tho hag was tho old woman that
sells such splendid black puddings!"
When I took the key back to the old
man, I asked him why he had his
butcher shop at tho top of the old
"Oh. sir," he replied, "don't tell on
me. You see, sir, I make a little by
letting it very cheap to theso people.
I shouldn't be" allowed, were it kuown.
They uso that room because no one
knows of it, and they are unmolested,
lean show the house without showing
that room to the strangers who visit tho
town. I used to make a good bit by
showing it in former times, but very
few come to see it now."
I never hear of haunted houses now
but I think of the pig-killers. Cham
A word to girls: Beware of the
man who docs not know enough about
cheerfulness to understand its value in
aily life. Such a man would improve
the first opportunity to grind the cheor-
Itiluess out or his home, or frighten a
sunbeam into a shadow, and then won
der what is the matter. Whnn vnti w.iii
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10 unes 10 promote earl y ripening, that a husband, go find somebody who will
i. t.,u .-jii.i-uii n in iu iiuu m iiuu me nun give
not very rich, you will scarcely hasten
meir maturing, while you will material
A wimtku in tho New York 7ernW
says, on the question of trimming tonia
ly diminish their product, by trimming;
but it the soil is rich and the season wet
nnd cool, it will check their tendency
to run to vino nnd hasten their ripen
ing by trimming pretty freely.
Ick Ckuam. -Four quarts of new
milk, one and a half pounds of white
sugar, one dozen eggs, well beaten ; stir
this together ; place it in a thin dish and
put it in a kettle of boiling water ; when
the water boils briskly around the dish
slir Into the cream one tablespoonful of
corn starch, previously dissolved in a
little cold milk, and then take the dish
out of the hot water and put it in a cool
place; when it is only Moml --mr
tlavor it to suit the taste and then
To Relikvk a Choked Cow. When
a cow is choked with a potato or pieco I
of root in tho throat, and it cannot bo
reached or caught by two fingers of tho
baud insetted in the throat, the best j
means of relief is either to crush the j
obstacle by placing a block of wood on J
one shiu oi ine iiiroat against, ii, ami
striking a sharp blow on the other side
with a wooden mallet. This will smash
give you at least some chance to bo
happy far into the life beyond tho honeymoon.
,i. ju ii i.ui iniin-so - j iMn iisbiw im a '
ristiM or a
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Men may preach, and tho world
will listen; but profit comes by example.
A parent inculcates gentleness in his
children by many sound precepts; but
they see him treat a dumb animal In a
very hash manner, and, In consequence,
his instructions are worse than lost, for
they are neither heeded nor respected.
His example as a gcntlo and htimano
man would have been sufficient for his
children without one word of command.
Our great want in social lifo is a
deep and wide sjmpathv. , ThU,it
-niircti cnauics us to see with another's
vision and to appreciate another's in
stincts. Without merging a particle of
our own individuality, we may so fairly
put ourselves in the place of our friend
as to feel how natural it is for him to
act as he does. Sympathy like this is
the only true preventive of those clashes
and discords which mar the happiness
and sully the purity of friendship.
TV Uff J'-ess Whtiron.b. f KctMi. t,tt4ICf?
frw jrr How for Out Wwsl of bU fcHfc, wMrfe
M Itrt-o'Td by (mjornl stlark f Jm mv.tu' A !
rwt, titW nndTltwlrvMnraif ariala Otrwss)
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loetsUlKc nut unlforet taam. kruMste n
ou or ujuriuns profrUcs Lw.
tJtral fr IK "II fw a SbMfM
rrpXic, lirrrr af. Jmng. 14.7
, "TtH doctor PTTTlVLull
brrn lunM bl Pr.lO. W.) W
ful la a wto-clsM of wsirr. I
hours. A pxxt &!(! sh Ut n
I ! drrtTfJ wty crr hi
Wtllcororis AiUims SyV.'J
r -r'fij'tte'KM tlrnjlTz'fi
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the potato, apple, or root, nnd tho cow
can then swallow it. A safer method is
to open the gullet over the obstacle on
t ho under tygfrtrV fti i antiTi'owrr,',nnn
fflalt(nviiji asliarp knife; then remove
the obstacle, cither whole or by cutting
it up. Close the gullet first by two or
three surgeon's stitches, each ono tied
separately, and leaving long ends; then
stitch the skin in the same way, leaving i
the ends of the first stitches hauging ,
from the wound in the skin.
Dangers of the Season.
A Model liisciplisarian.
Considerable hilaritv has recently
been excited in Austro-Hungarian mili
tary circles by an incident quaintly il
lustrating tho rigid strictness with
which Magyar non-commissioned offi
cers are wont to carry out, to the very
letter, tho instructions contained in the
Imperial royal military code. A few
days ago a "private soldier died in the
barrack infirmary at Kaschau. and his
body, in due course, was consigned to
the "grave with customary military hon
ors. It was observed, however, bv a
superior officer present at the ceremony '
oi interment mat me unmr puny i Al
lowing the coffin marched into the
cemetery with fixed bayonets, contrary
to the established military usage in sim
ilar cases. As soon as the burial rite3
had been concluded, he sent for the
Sergeant commanding the party and
asked him, with some asperity,
"Whether he did not know that it was
contrary to regulations for a funeral
escort to march with fixed bayonets?"
Standing stiffly at the salute," the con
scientious Sergeant replied: "Yes, sir:
I am quite aware of that. But I beg
respectfully toTeport that the deceased.
during his illness and. at the, time of his
death, was under arrest. It was, there
fore, the duty of his escort to iix bayo
nets." Very well, you may go." war
the rejoinder? and the model discip
linarian Tetired with the proud con
sciousness that he had triumphantly
proved his case. London Telegraph.
A coruespoxdent of the Sural New
Yorker stops a cow or steer from smp
ingover fences by nailing a horse-shoe
oa one forward foot. This prevents the
hoof from spreading, and consequently
readers the animal unable to spring.
This is claimed to bf very sffectuil
The extremely warm weather of last
week should warn the authorities of
cities and towns of the necessity of J
striugont sanitary rules and regulations, J
Diseases of aril k mis are more likely to
take the form of distemper and become
epidemic in th" summer season than in
the winter or spring, and proper atten
tion should therefore be paid to thor
ough cleanliness in and around all
buildings, both public and private. Tho j
attention ot the public is otten called to
this important fact, not only by the
health authorities, but by newspapers
as well, yet the advice too often goes
unheeded, and at length apparently
without a cause, a contagious disease
breaks out and sweeps through a neigh
borhood. In nearly every case, how
ever, investigation" reveals the cause.
Bad drainage, stagnant water, over
flowing vaults and cess-pools, and many
othcrJcindred evils which owe their ex
istence mainly to the culpable careless
less of those "whose duty it is to keep
them in order, are dailv sending men.
women and children to untimelv graves.
Has it never occurred to us, when
surrounded by sorrows, that they may
jabe sent to us only fr jmr ipstrocjjgi
wish them to aingf- - - , -
IClovctaod (Ohio) Plain Deiuer. '
Well baa It been said that the delight ex
perienced under certain conditions of life
cannot be articulated, but can only be coa
Tejedby the happy Americanism Yum! Tumi
We do not know if Mr. Chas. 3IaempeL
Independence, 0., said this; bat he wrotn:
"About a year ajo I wa under a physician's
resident, and paid a doctor's bill of twenty
dollars, without any benefiL One bottle of
Hamburg Drops did me more good than all
San Francisco Dally German Democrat.
Aa Es-0Tes-afa Oplafasv.
The above-named journal recently con
tained the report of an Interview between
Er Governor Solomon and one of its report
ers. The Governor had suffered for a long
time with severe rbenmatie pains which noth
ing would relieve. Friends advised the use of
EL Jacob's OQ, and a half dozes applications
banished the pains and lameness. "It gives
me pleasure to recomsaead It whecevar I
can," said the Governor.
Tai genuine Frazer Axle Grease is said to
be the best in the world, and we believe it.
Kronixo's Russia Salte has proved lUeffl
dency by a test of three-quarters of a century.
Us National Yeast and be happy.. Try it.
The organ-grinder's back ws to the pro
cession and he didn't realize he was doisg
anything wrong in hinting out of his Instru
ment, the tune, " Good-bye, 'Liza Jane." But
the man on the bearee and the chief mourner
got down and thumped him about walla the
rest ox ine ioi ss wno were in toe procession
Amournful illustration of the danger of ' for the sake of the ride tried to make believe
neglecting these matters is found in j ey fere Mt laughing bat weeplBS.-i'Aaj.
ravages of diphtheria
i - " .
emiuren oi xsew
among the school"
Lots, L. I. Ot three hundred and fifty
children atteuding ono of the public
schools, one hundred were attacked
with the disease in its most malignant
type, and out of these thirty-one have
died. The result is of course a panic
among children and parents alike. A
3light examination reveals the fact that
;he schoolhousc stands very near a large
pond of stagnant water, which has been
made the receptacle from time to time
of dead animals and decaying vegeta
ble matter. Ihe stench which arose
from the pond could be discerned at a
great distance, and at length the dor
mant energies of the authorities were
aroused and they proceeded to have the
pond filled up. " "But their efforts came
too late Before the work was com
pleted diphtheria made its appearance
anions the scholars with fatal effects.
Another illustration of the danger of
neglecting the drainage of a town is
found in the ravages of malarial fever
at Princeton College. So large a num
ber of the students have been stricken
down with this disease that the faculty;
have deemed it the part of wisdom to
gninta recess to the students until
Commencement-day. There are proba
bly many other instances that-eoud be
cited to prove the necessity of serapo
Ious cleanliness for the preserratioa of
health, bnt these will ssafae. If the
cvarning is heeded we shall be spared
the ravages of plsgm'ssdpaetileace,
A Vassar College girl read a paper to prove
that Phtholognyrih spelled Turner. Her ar
gument waa that phth, as fa phtbUU, Is T;
olo. as In colonel, ii ur; gu, as la gaat, la a;
yrrh, as is myrrh, Is er.
A DismcccisaxD Philadelphia preacher ex
changed pulpits with a brother dergyataa.
Afterward meeting the sextos of his csarek,
he aeked him how he liked the strange ssiaia
ter. "Oh, Tery well, sir," was the. reply:
'but in his evenl&g aerrice be disposed of
one hundred feet saore gaa thas joaasaally
do." It did not iauaedlately occar to the
preacher tbat the aertoa's remark waa bated
on an examraatkm ot the eas-awter la the
J cellar of the church. Iftrper' Drmmtr.
Dr. Rooms, of Oaklaal, CaL, aaratkea
that be has a TiuaiBoas eaeav.
the side of his bosse waa blsaa oat oacalgat'
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went into a store to parckase a ftir of gkrres.
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I aitiaSed. A few days altcrward she aksed a
a valaable gold riae from her Inzer. Search
was mace for :twKaot sariitm. aad H
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