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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
Jf. I XUOJUU.. JstM-r.
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA,
THE GREAT tiERHATT
Irer Complaint. Costiveness. Bilious At
tacks, Indigestion, Jaundice. Loss of
Appetite. Headache, Dizziness.
Heartburn, Depression of Spirits. Sores,
Doits. Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup
tions, Foul Breath, and all Diseases
arising from Impure Blood.
Th Hmrtlmrx Drop ar reromni'iidwl a T!n)
th Let and cWtit Kamlly SlMlldns orer oBerci,
nl are sol.l ,j DninrJsU and Iralrs at CO Cants
ItotUx. Dirortlons In ElYn Languages. Gsnulria
bara ili facsimile signature, and private propria
taiygunipuf A.VOC1EI.EU CO.,
OTHERXELIOWB THINK SO, TOO.
. Tntnrt luit ono thirty a man can hare
la all this world of w and tnfc
That make tho business not too baa.
And thatono thing's an easy wife.
Post fancy that I lovo my iflrt
For rosy- cheeks or raven halr7
Bbo holJ roy heart because ahe laujfbs
ilecause aho laughs, and docan i caro.
I put my boot Just where It suit.
And nnd thorn where I put them, too:
That Is a thlnsr.you must allow,
A phm) ran vorV seldom do.
I leavo my paper on roy desk;
She novcr dusts them In a heap.
Or takes to light tho kitchen stovo
Tho very oo I vrnot to keep.
On winter nights my oozy damo
Will warm her tort tcforo tho tiro,
Bbo never wold about the lamp.
Or wnnU tho wick a trifle higher.
On Sundays bo Is not o tlno
But what her ruffle I can hug:
I light mjr pipe Just where I please.
And spul tho ashes on tho rug.
The bed U never filled with "shams"
A thing some women vilely plan
To worry servant half to death.
And spoil the temper of a man.
Bbo lets mo steep to anr hour.
Nor raises any horrid din
If it Just happens, now and then.
To bo guile lata when I corao in.
I tell you. Jack, If you would wod,
Juki got n girl who lot thing run;
Ehe'll keep her tomjKjr like a lamb.
And hclp-you on to lot of fun.
Don't look for money, stylo, or show.
Or bluhlng beauty, rlpo and rare;
Just tukutboono who laughs at fate
Who laughs, and shows sho doesn t care.
You think, perhaps our household ways
Aro Just perchance a little mixed;
Oh. when they get too horrid bad.
Wo stir about and get things llxcd.
Whnt compensation has a man
Who earns hi bread by sweut of brow,
If homo is mnde a battle-ground.
And llfo ono long, eternal row?
'A MEDICINE WITHOUT A EIVAL."
mill ii if i
KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE
ni7TS lti:Mi:nYhas saved from llnecr
Ing dlw-avj mid death hundreds who have liccn
given up by pliyslclaiia to die.
HUNT'S Iti:Mi:iV cunt nil Diseases
of tlio Klclnuj k. ItlaUdur, Ut limry Organs,
Dropsy, Gravol, Dlalx-tos, and liicontl
Muncuaud ItoUititluu of Lrlno.
HUNT'S lUZMliOV uicuuragis t.lrp. crcatrs
an appetite, Lracc up Uiusy.Uin, and ruu.wcd
health i Ilia result.
HUNT'S ItKMKIiY cures I'nin In flio
H hi ii, Iturk. or Lotus, (iriirrnl Dililllty,
T nlit DUsaHtiM, IMktmliml Sleep, Loss
of Appotlto, XJrlglit'B DUfatw, and utl
Complaint m Hit Urlno-Cuiiltal Organs
HUNT'S HKMICHY quickly Induct ll.
T.lTcr to lioaltlir ftction, rmnlng tli cautis
lliat produco llllious Jlcndiwlio, I)ypopsla,
Soiir.siim:ich. CoktirKtii'as, I'llr. Ac
I!y tin. live of HUNT'S ULMKIiV tl.o
Blomacb aud TtowcU will prlilv rrcln tlitlr
stmiigtli.and Uiu WikhI will prrfrclly purined.
HUNT'S i:i::.IKIYU imnlyirgftaUe.and
rdcutii a want nuvrr l.f for ftimUiird to thi- pub.
lie. and tlio utmost rrllanro rny lc jibrtd in It-
HUNT'S Ili:.Mi:iY U jiruparwd i-xprcss-ly
for thu nlMvo ilUtakc, and bas iieicr
boon kiioun to f.ill.
Ono trial will convinro you. Tor halo
Ijt all l)ruKclntk. Bond for I'jtnplilrt to
AYM- K. f'I.AKKI!. l,rolilrnv. It. I.
l'rlct. Ti cent, nud $13 (Inrfc .lw).
THHEE OF THE BEST BOOKS FOR
f$l. or Ct it dnzan. l!j Ia. W. O. Pickixs.
Buch a t ull sized bouii a tho nlv lia tlii cd i ntac
OTramallorono: Aft-r you Iisvb lucn tliroujh it
excallont clcnicntarx coutw, liav kunc it cheerful
Eons and Mine, it hpiritual Suns, it Hymn. Tun
aud Anthwai. you bavo on hand a Urse colbctiou
klrh ! Jut tin tLInc for Cliolr prai tlru. Mid lo tor
Horn sincing. Dr. Perkins is woll known an ono ol oux
mot feVillul compilvrs.
THE VICE OP IVOUKIIIP.
SI, or- ! per .lomn. Uy U O. KusnsoK.
Thi book covor I rocicljr tbu oamo ervced n. docs
thu Tvuri.r, and poople will u.o ono or tho othara
they faucy tho uiu..t or tlio stylo ol tin r thoothkr
xcallcnt coraiocr. Mr. Kuiorson' lKk arc known in
BTry household and ery sehonl. and iach r.w IhhiVU
InUndcd to bo an adtanco ovr thou that preceded it.
johxson's Mimtoii rou j.i.axx
OO Cts., or -tt per Io-cn. Uy A. N. Jortssos.
No writor oxeoli this ono in tho period clearness and
simplicity of bis explanations and tho thoroushnemof
of his work. Tho t.schcr who nss this method nsd
to batv) in his hand tho Cuoacs Cliosu Inktccction
BOOK ?1'). by tho tamo author. Tho pace corrofc
pond. and tho larger book gives dirclions for tho use of
OLIVER DtTSON & CO., LYON &. HEALY,
Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit.
FSHSIOHS. 1H3BASS F5NSI0HS, BDUHTT.
XW Arrears or lVn-don allowed In all clstmsthat
wrrundln"julr Jst. 1S. We offer our k.-nices to
ttaWuScWBi aro ku.pcadcU for additional ct.
"'saNcw IVnslon-Clalm will lx rreetred at the Io--Jr.,,r
. hcrrioforo: hut wh-n allowed wll dsta
i.7, v Vrt.m Ihr tlni- the claim wa tiled. intle.s prior to
oni) jrui" iu """," ,. ,,. .-..ti,,,. armir h u
rnexrended be, n on who lu. BoIcWin twsl
late to apply at onee. Fifie.-u y. -r. nrtrana peu.lon U
m cood ns ilfteea years hnei pension.
JTir" oldlers hSre died or h-rrafter die In conse
oucneewf woundrreelTe.JorordU-as eontractt'd In
tSr s-rrlc-. a iwuilon can Iw procured for thrlr w Idow
""tlPllu'a'faroraWe tlm to arply for an Increase of
Tvatlon- It Is dn- to all Invalid iKtikloners jf bo hao
K!ril','ll:,d,1,lll,,; whoseilUsMllty Is of
inch rnature tht th-r are continually iKCom Ins mon.
indrnorodlsablod. N'o fee In these ca.es ualc ue-
"vrritcus statins what Is ihousht to lw due yon. and
wui -Vi"ulhH." st7: v' SImISi? VIC
Vle eland, riitcaso, or Ilctrolt.
n.. ,r.-n - Aiiuuii.
Forili Cun-ot cjusti. v-om-
jent Consmpilon. c
FOR THE HAIR,
'Twas when I w.a? a courtin"; Katie
that the accident I'm coin"; to tell you
about happened. Hut for the saino ac
ni.li.nt. I ilonH think Katie an' I would
be m:tn an' wife this dav, for you seo
my father .was set ajram' the match,
Katie being onlv a laborer 8 daughter,
while he himself was foreman in tho
mills, getting good wages, and thought
a deal of by his employers. An' if it
w.Wt for Katie, 1 dou't think I'd bo
hero now to tull you about it, for 'twas
the that saved my life, through hitting
on a plan that never once came into
the heads of me or of my comrades
aye, or of those that you'd have thought
would know better than auy of us.
I was not brought up to my father's
trade, havinir been taken when young.
by a brother of my mother's, a master
bricklayer living in the town. When
my uncle died I came home to Lisgarvan
for a bit, just to see my father, and
finding that they were at work on the
new buildings at the mills, I looked for
employment there, an' got it at onee,
Lisgarvan Mill is a Hour mill, an' a
pretty place it was in those d:iys, with
the river running just uy ui " ou
briek buildings, an' the big water-wheel
always going round an' round. Tho
river falls into a larger one a little
lower down, an' the tide comes up as
far as the mill, so'tis in boats that most
of the corn is brought in, an' the Hour
carried away. vlWt half jrvpretty a
place now; there are big wliitewashod
buildings alongside of the old brick
nuns, thu biL' wheel is stopped, an' you
hear the whirr of tho engines instead of
tho sound of tho water. Uut they
makes a power of money there, an'
oives a deal of employment.
As I was saving I got taken on as a
brick-layer. "Katie's father was work
ing there, too, an' I used to seo her
bringing him his dinner, and, after a
bit, I began to think that I'd like to
have her bringing mo mine, too. She
was as pretty a girl then as you'd see
anywhere she's good-looking to this
day an' I soon became that fond of
her that I'd have done anv thing a'most
in o-nt her. Sho herself was willinp:
enough; 'twas my father that made the
diiliculty. no was a proua iuau, ua
proud in his way as any gcntloman, an'
ho was right down mad at the notion
of my marrving a laborer's daughter.
To be sure I was earning good wages,
an' might have married without asking
any one's leave if I'd been so minded.
but! (1 idirt HKO to co again mourn
man that had always been good to me.
Besides, Katie was just as proud as him
self, an' would have nothing to say to
me unless ho was satisfied. I got the
master to speak to him, but, sure,
'twasn't a bitof use. How would you
like, sir," he says to the master, "if I
had a daughter, to have Master Philip
take up with her. an' wouldn't that bo
the same thing?" I believe that tho
master didn't think it would bo at all
tho same thing; but my father wouldn't
hear re:ison from him any moro than
from me; so Katie an' I had just nothing
for it but to wait in the hope of his
coming round, an' very littlo hope we
had of that same.
As we were putting up a steam-engine
in the mill, wo had, of course, to
have a big chininoy, an' wo got a man
down from town to build it ono of
thorn chaps that builds chimneys an'
tinMiincr else, an' thinks nobody knows
anything about it but theirsclvos. I
was working along with him, and, in
deed, 'twas I that built the most of it,
an' a right good job it was. 'Twas
fmisheirby Christmas ten years ago
this Christmas coming on all but the
lightning conductor, and that was not
put up, owing to the master's wanting
to make inquiries when he'd go to Lon
don an' see for himself what would be
the best kind to use. The master was
a scientific sort of a gentleman, an'
had ideas of his own sometimes
thev'd be better than other people's.
sometimes maybe not so good. At any
rate, there was a delay about tho con
ductor, an' m tho meantime tho en
gines were at work, an' tho big chim
ney was smoking away like blazes.
Mr. Brown, tho strange workman, had
gone awav, saying, very condescend
ing like, "that he was sure Jim Forde
(that was me) would lo able to fasten
the rod to the chimney as well as he
could do it himself- He took all his
scaflolding with him, but, before he
went awaj ho fixed a beam with a
pulley in it into the top of the chimney,
an' left a long ropo hanging through
1 could be hois
oat ol t hwd. stf before I could
catch it gin the end had slipped
through an' there I was, more than ft
hundred feet from the rround. not
knowing how In the world 1 was to get
down, an' Jerry dancis aa' caperme
below, calling oat, "Coe dowaastl
f ,rr. m nnvC. Mr. FoTS. WOft TOnF"
Then I remembered that, a few days
before, I had found this boy annoying
Katie, an' had given him a cut with the
switch I had in my hand. He had
slunk away without a word at the time,
but it seems ho reraeatbercd the blow,
and took this way of bebjg revenged.
Well, at first I wai scarcely fright
ened, expecting somehow that, once
the people below know of the fix I was
in, they'd find some way or other of
eettinir me out of it. Bat when I came
to think of it deuce a Wof ft way
could I hit on myself, an' sure I knew
more about chiranevs than any one elso
in the place. 'Twai getting late, too;
thero wouldn't be much more than an
other balf-hour of daylicht, an' the
wind was rising I could hear it whist
ling through tho trees, uy una iime
people know what had happened, an a
crowd was collecting; I could see them
coming from all part, for ot course 1
had a view all about, I saw a boy go
up to the door of tho counting-house,
an' presently Master Philip came out,.
running as if for his life. TV hen ho
came, ho took the command like, an
bean giving directions; an' the peopln,
wno had only stared at first, now ran
hero au' there as ho sent them. First
they brought out a long ladder, an
fixed it on tho roof below tho chimney.
I could have told them that 'twas too
short, knowing, as I did, the length of
every ladder in tho place; but some
how, though I heard their shouls plain
ly, I could not mako them hear mine; it
seemed as if the voices went up like
smoke. Then there was a great delay
while they went for alonger ladder; aud
nnil tliia mo. didu't reach half-way. A
man climbed up it, however, an' called
out to know had I bit of string in my
pocket that I could let down. Not a
bit could I find. I bad had a big ball
only tho day before, but I had taken it
out of my pocket an' put it on a shelf
nt linrm. T took off inv braces an
fastened them an' my pocket-handkerchief
together; but they didu't near
reach tho top of the ladder, so that
plan had to bo given up.
All this time tlio wind was rising, an
I was getting numb with tho cold an
stiff and cramped from being ,so long in
the ono position. There was a big
clock right over tho gateway just oppo
site, at? I saw that it only wanted
twenty minutes of live; it would bo
nearly dark at five, an' once the dark
ness set in, what littlo hope I had would
Master Philip seemed to have gone
away by this time, but thorc was my
father among the crowd; an' who
should Isee.staudingnext him, an hold
ing on by his arm. but Katie! Thoy
had forgotten every thingbutthe fright
about me, an' he seemed to be talking
to her, an' comforting her. After a bit
I saw Master Philip again; he had a
w,rr t tiincr in his hand lookinir like pock-
. ..... -, -- - .-
et-handkerclnels streicueu ovcru inuuu,
u -, .' Jit am still of tke araeraiad.
I woa' t hinder you from marrying. 1
you have the best right to him, for
you've saved his life."
"And 'tis proud an' glad I am that I
was able to do the same, 3Ir. Forde,
"And you'll marry him. won't yoa,
y dear? '
If you're satisfied, sir."
I am, my dear, naita samned.
And with that ho kisjed her; and from
that div to this bo and Katie have been
the best of friends. He live with u
for the last year or so, for he was pet
ting a littlo past hi work, an' the
master pensioned him off. He L very
happy with us, an' ho is never tired of
telling the children the story of the way
that their mother's cleverness savod my
The small boy is tolerable only when
he is sick, and then his unnatural ouict
isawfulin its weirdnes. JDteston Iran
Hot weather takes all the romance
out of youth. .Perspiration doesn't
rhyme with love worth a cent. Stcu
Now SKi.r on! Why is a drunk and
disorderly fellow in the streets of thi
city like a journal on the increao-of-circubuion
racket? Give it up? Cause
he oilers such great inducements to
clubs. .V. F. Graphic
A i'ueachku at a Sunday-school ex
cursion described Heaven as an eternity
of picnics and several young men.
members of his congregation, who
lugged baskets weighing nearly a ton
each and climbed high trees to put up
swings, have left church. Xorrisloum
The boy who tucks a dime novel and
his father s pocket book under his arm
aud starts toward the setting sun to ex
terminate the Indians may never live
to bo President, but he does a great
deal towards amusing the red man and
enabling him to pass his time in hb own
peculiar fashion. Boston Qlobc
" Look here, Matilda." said a Gal
veston lady to a colorod cook, "you
sleep right close to tho chicken-hou.se.
and you must have heard those thieves
stealing the chickens." "Yes, ma'am.
1 hecred do chickens holler, and heored
do voices ob do men." "Why didn't
you go out, then?" "Case, ma'am
(bursting iuto tears), case, ma'am. I
knowed my ole faddcrwas out dar, and
1 wouldn't hab him know 1'so los' con
fidence in him foah all do chickens in
do world. H I had gone out dar and
cotehed him, it would hab broke his olo
heart, and he would havo mauo mo toto
do chickeiis home foah him besides.
Ho done tole me do day before dat he's
gwiue to pull dera chickens dat night."
MOM, MM AM UAftMA
Term water L produced by combla
lug two-thirds cold ivad oaehirdboU
A oooi cow ought to prodrj8,000
pound? of mils: annually: but la this
country the average I oaly aboat half
that, while la HolFaad 10.W3 pouads U
only considered a fair yield.
Sock Milk Cake. Oae piat of soar
milk, two cups of rogar. two cups or
chopped raslns. one-half cup of buMer.
one dessert sboonful of soda, all klads
of spkc; stir In flour till quiUj thfck-
IIoMisrr Cak- One plat cf cold
hominy, half a plat of flour, ope egg.
one tablcjpooaful of melted lard or
butter, sweet milk to make a batter
rather thin and a teaspoonful of yeast
Tn Clkax SroVE
fnri fnlWn wronIV C-MtCU Wa
Mew to Aswtan. the Wtkat el LIt
Scz tW tC anlwat taa4 fmarj
the. take M cirviarrf J W
the shouWcr-bUdc-thUt Is the girth
Then are from the boe of th taiJ
which pfcb Pt af Jte
Imuock; and direct the friag Jff f
back to the forwuurt of tha hwd &
Made; this will be the. Jeagth. Ta
work the feurei ui: bappo the
rirth of a bailee six " Ti
kngth five few three Inche. which aJ-
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tlnllndtithcrasakelhirty-lhrre square, ltU K.atM ft
superficial feet; and tbe mnlUpHtd by y, fe
twenty-thrvo-the auatcroi pwuco-
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- fc tfef tAtt5. W ""- -
lowed for each superficial foot of catue
,r?Tjcf l thas uvea and ore
,v'. Ar fi In cirth saako TA3
rnds. When the aainxsi nirt . citAXzxa y -": -'.. , I
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bH' $ asWsX x.tNiesassW
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class), when smokcI. is reartiiy cieanca firf. foU ,upl)OA0 m ,mll aaimaJ CAa fety.
by taking it out and tbrougmywajniBK, mexun lwo feci In prth and two
with rInocrr. & littlo diluted. 11 t ,,,, .u .v r,.l5Hl tixrrthr !
...... . n . - ij.1. in icjsiii. Urtv mi.m. r- ,. .
- . - . . . . .t , . m
does not come oft at once, let It soak a
Gi.kgeh Cakes. Mix
into it half-iound butter,
beatan. and one ounce rinrer, irroun
fine. Beat all well together, roll out
the dough to tho third of an Inch thick;
cat out the cakes aud bako thern.
fiissisr. Kiil-it. It is said by some
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trtta earK Ti jurijrajsr.
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less than Jive and more I nan twrc .cM --- - -znJi " t- Hl
Mlf" nrsher. elc. to measure four !
six la girth, and thrw feci nine lnch
In length, that multiplied together
makes sixteen square :, and thcx
multipHed by ixta, the number of
rv,tind allorl for cattle nn-xsunns
sriontLst that cane suirar when
.,. un:..(n.:i : nv..rti..l iv thn heat
-.... T. ...i.:,.i. 1.. ( l i rriri'U fn . to o.'wi tMttimlt. ine ilitaro . ,.,1. .,uk..n.t.i.
sweeten U" power than cane sugar. ioos of cattle, sheep, calves ami hog. a-"". IOvVW
Itoekeers are adVueJ. therefore, j taken this way. wufgive the we lKbi o STJVTl
to sweeten their fruits not when they , the four quarters of the animal, .uaKttu. ",, m, tfwW. rs trt4 n Ur
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on the table for oonsumptiou. for animaU hilf fat ; one pounu in ivr, a
VIST tisnT XJLASIS,
xcoxccjui a ruxu -
AJtD crA&AXT TO
6n Pb6H SiUiiuUa Enrrtin.
i Excelsior WlCof
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n In 175 ! rW voa iw...-.
r . .."i t. . Ili..h... fMmili. limn Mr lars u t
To Remove LtCE viiom ualves. , iv ior m";e "; - - - 7 ; . r- ; :: ; tamUmatilt dowtr. Mnf
tnat nas nau catveauuc u.. - . -...., .40,4,1 numtxr 5 1
ff . . 1 .1.. T fstrri Aslvf smtiil
cattle b7 rubbn,: "aTo4th Tback. at allowcl. in addiUon to the one for not ,
Se ipif Uie , Sil on thabrUkei. aud leing fat, upon every twenty. -(Wry
underlie tniirns. a miAiuru u .. v,v , . .
parts of linseed-oil and one part of, ,,,. i,,hr who has lww of oar!t iac frw Uata kase fc
Ums-nnll. If a teosooonful of sul- .countTj brother. ho n as oeeii 'hm4Uij" J c " '
phurisgivendallvfor yo weeks that Fng n a tao enju.
.kiAr chfour rts
tt4 nijsldsss ot tttrtt J tsl
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h,.J f S "Jay
SHEET XROK :
itmt cn r coe rsa - m
T1H AliO STOVt KAIiti.
sKSn ran ntiCK .t-v
m-cachinsr in a
!" .to.s!lrsL0S U y '" UTai"ra" manner in which the cWslngen acted
tion through tlie iwn. .... mi.. h w nreachintf. The v were In
irom ,. , V...
an' I saw that it was a kite, an' that
they meant to send a string up to me
in that way. But you never in all your
life saw such an unmanageable kite.
First 'twas too heavy an' then 'twas too
light, and then the time they seemed to
lose making a tail to steady it!
When the kite did go up at last, the
wind was so hi;li that they could not
mannoro it propeny. n u....u u.j
4-3 - 1 I.
I maue a sikucii
near mo once, an
Wiiex a horsM rubs tho hair
anv part of his bodv, it Indicates .omo
irritation there. This may bo caused
hv looal disuAso of tho skin, or by dis-
1 " i" rn .
11 :.. . ei. smltitr
a high gaiiery opjwsuo vt mu yy
and it cms not to have occurred to
them that a nmn standing In the pulpit
i.i .11 slsraf '.rst t in fVifir raJ
o'rder of tho blood from various causes. .. r t) it Thc
or by both, for the lormer is 01 en a re- tQ - 5cleclcd llV thcm in llcir convorsa.
iih nf tint hitter. Tho remedy Is to
remove the causes; give a do.se of liu-secd-oil,
one piut, and repeat it tho
aecond day; aud wasli tho skin with
solution of carbonate of soda or salt
water, to allay tho irritation.
Cons FutTTKiw. Tako rather old
corn; cut it down the middle, and scrape
nil the earn and milk off the cob. Make
tiou was that which i commonly known
as a stage whisper. They eottMiltcd and
chatted, and cracked jokes and smiled,
to the preacher's great annoyance, and
appeared all the time to be Innocently
unconscious that they were doing anv
Tttieohief. Tho irood preacher supposed
that thev had o lout: been in tho habit
ui ure. j
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ft-r imnr r' trial, we are
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the Wl aJJtHl t" lh vnU ot the f!
puUlteof any toe In iti warket.
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it, so that a man
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StBENiO ! snow that toe new, ealarced andosUT
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f MS.JII flst PIslMUI.
1 FDUL'5 tHKJIIU The fools.
unowthefasttsellinsboollntheworld? AROUSXto I
Jh? art that One thousand copies per day are I
VtoJZSni. it tn wide-awake aecuts eTerrwherel tt.1
5es the author's new work. "The Invisible
'ZtL. n nnc airent has sold orer 5.000 copies 1
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Sa chance Is ottered but once In a lifetime. Act at
See, and aaaress arANDARD hook CQSt. Louis. Mo
A "WEEK in your own town. Terms and
oisted up at
any time; an mere mo rope nuug
danKling, week after week, until the
master come home bringing the rod
along with him.
Once it had come, there was no good
losing any more time in fixing it, so one
Saturdav afternoon in Januarv up I
went on a plank, slung securely at the
end of tho rope, my tools along with
me, an' settled nvyself astride on the
6tono coping. 'Twas rather late in the
day, but the morning had been too wet
nnd stormy to work, an1 the master
was as impatient to get the job done as
If it hadn't been himself that was hin
dering it all this time. I was as much
at home atop of the chimney as Twas
on the ground, au' 1 worked on .without
once looking down, until my job was
finished, an" I was putting up my tools.
Then, all of a sudden, I heard a rattling
noise, an' lookinir over, I see the plank
going down very iasu a caueu our,
"Hullo, there! send that up again, will
you?" but tho only answer I got was a
loud laugh, for all the world like silly
Jerry, the natural's; and sure enough,
there he was, standing by the windlass,
lumping an clapping his hands. I
looked about for tie man whose busi
ness it was to manage the windlass, but
not a sign of hint- was there, an1 in-a
minute! heard the rattle of thepully
again, atf saw that the rope was run
ning through it in the wrong direction.
I made a grab at it, but Hwas jerked
the string, nearly over-reaelnng mjseu
in doing so; but I misled it, an just
then there came a terrible gust of wind,
tho string broke, an' thc kite was car
ried away, an' stuck fast in the branch
es of a big tree bchiud tho master's
house, llooked over at thc clock to
seo how much time was left me, an I
found that I could not sec the hands
anv longer; tho darkness had come on
in "tho last few minutes. Then I gave
up all hope, for 1 knew I could never
hold on till morning. 1 tried to think
of death, nnd to make myself ready for
it, but I couldn't not a prayer nor a
irood word could I call to minn, only
goino over an1 over again in my head
tho way 'twould all happen how thc
people woula go away one uy one, iu
I'd be left alone in the darkness an' the
howling wind, an' how at last I'd not
Vin akin tn hold on anv lonircr. an fall.
an' bo found in the morning all crushed
out of shape. The people below seemed
to havo given up all thought of helping
me now, an' were standing quite quiet.
'Twas so dark by this timo that I could
not distinguish the faces at all; I could
just make out Master Philip in his
dark suit among tho white mill-men,
an' poor Katie. She was crouching
down on tho ground now, kor apron
over her head. All of a sudden, I saw
her leap up with a great cry, an' clap
her hands, and call out something.
Then there was a confused sort of
shout, as if every ono in the crowd was
sayin" the same tnmjr at. mo same
time, an' then Master Philip, making a
sim to silence them, put his two hands
uo to his mouth, an' sang out in a voice
mat came to me above the noise of the
"Tako oft your stocking and ravel it;
tho thread will reach tho ground."
At first I didn't understand him, being
dazed like, but then the meaning came
on mo like a messago from Heaven. I
crot off one of my socks with some
trouble nice new ones they were too,
of Katie's own knitting, that she had
givon mo for a Christmas-box an'
with tho help of my teeth 1 loosened
one end of the thread. It gave readily
enough after that, an' when I had a
eoodpiece of it ripped I tied my knife
to tho end of it to make it heavy, an'
let it drop, ripping more an' more of
thn snot ns it went down. Then I felt
it 6top, and presently there came a shout
ellinf me to wind it up again, very
slowly an' carefuliyi did it, leanng tne
string would break, and when tho last
bit of it came up, thero was a piece of
strong wine tied to the end of it. The
twine, in its turn, brought the rope I
had gone up by, an' then I felt that I
was safe. 1 managed somehow to put
it through the pulley, an' to haul up
the plank, an1 as soon as they had
fastened the other end to the windlass
below, they gave mo tho word to come
down. I was so numb an' stiff that I
could not fix myself on the plank, but I
managed somehow to cling to the ropes
with my hands. Down, down I came,
every turn of the windlass making the
voices below seem nearer an' nearer,
an' when I was within a few feet of the
Nevbh be idle; always havo
thin" on your hands, said tho
Never use tobacco in any form, as tho
father remarked when ho took the : quid
out of hi.s mouth and put his pipe in.
Count ten beforo you speak. This is
peculiarly applicable to caucus majrc,
except that it might stop the stream of
eloquence that now mako the American
caucus so edifying. .
Never leave that till to-morrow which
vou can do to-day. Put in all the loaf
ing you can to-day; you may not get a
"Do as 1 do, cau'tyou?" These aro
words that aro continually being acted
out. If vou follow another's example
he will presently turn about and com
plain that you are aping him. Some
folks are hard to satisfy.
Never say dye! The barber will
overlook it in y'ou, however, if you say
it to him.
When a man advises you to take some
patent remedy, make sure that he isn't
its proprietor'or an undertaker.
Never tako offense. It will not bo
considered cow-yard-ly. however, if you
take a fence when a '1 exan steer is look-in"-
at you between his horns.
sever speak ill of another. If you
can't say a good word, say nothing.
And the man who said this went out
the next morning, and lo and behold!
his acquaintances had every one oi
them lost their power of speech. And
he marveled greatly.
Jones says that lie has always made
if n tmint. tn oliov his uarcnts. When
he was young they advised him to keep
awav from the water. " And if you
will" beiievo it." he says, "I haven't al
lowed a drop of water to come near me
this ten years excepting what was
necessary for bathing purposes, you
We asked the provision dealer to ad
vise us which kind of potatoes to pur
chase. Early Uose or Jackson, and he
unhesitatingly said " Jackson." Bc
reiiwn ho hannened to have Jackson
and the man across the way Early Koso
didn't prejudice him in tlio least, it will
Lawvcra and doctors get paid for
their a'dviee. Other peple give it away
with a sublime generosity.
When your friend says. "Tako my
advice," don't do it. Tell him you
would rather take anything but that
from him. It is his brightest posses
sion. ,, ..
" Let's cut off our tails!" Thus said
the fox. His tail had been cut off. It
was but a coincidence, but his proposi
tion was tabled without dividing tho
Advice is like a railroad train easy
to take, but hard to follow. Boston
f...:.. ,l..it.i.t1t.w l,i t !ti4 nliTot.
Hnnal e maSwthat ther had tart all ' U.. to l-sson It -U ,
spoonfuls of Hour, and a half pint of , jj,.a 0f the impropriety of thus bchav- ;,'olrmguUfclureJ tuMfJer.are H.a "vli. -mlllf
. Mir it nil well together, and tlrop i i, hh n. mvsterv Ut him how ieo-1 .wi hare atiafhc-1 tlste. tlm. pUc and sic-
one spoonful at a time in boiling lard, ; pi0 wjj0 WOuld thus spend the hour of , nataro ot tL writers tacrrur. J
and frv it a lhrht brown; they will cook . peniCo and sermon could engage in
. " . .... ... ; . . . . i ..,i... ...
in live minutos. aix ears m wm '" l htnrimx nymns oi worenip aim icmi
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KIDNEY & LIVER
Aids quantitv. If they aro very large. 0f praise. Ho supposes that mo pay
tako throe eggs. Heat the :
very light; add the milk, anil men tno
ltnkr IVrlrrtlf .
Tlio Ciuurr.u Oak chik Srtivn now In
"v- w..- . - B is ala.A.1 T Mil W Bv W m &
a a t aiTstsivra riia i a a - ss'ii t - ar T - - . . ,.. .
they receive has .something to no- wuu ,Vm Jlf.rfrrt,T ,1, r. furl tlian anr .tor !J.P,T7f,
II tmt declares that ill his church in the , ,,, t li,w ot: U iKrrctlr olran. t" unl r . . -ei(i W
tho countrv such nroceedinirs would not a-lir. escape Into the ruim, snd I ehcrrfulljr
ti.. n. f fr.w, . -ii,.f reeuminrml It to auy huutekeci r wanuaj a
' LillUv wuuuu-i - w i uu iuif tiLMs
m tw' "rr M,,ri"tVr
ak u b I u araiasiwi as murm-r . '
lime. Slack it. Add six gallons ot
...t,.. Iv,l tin tlum let it settle till
..ll.-vr ' p.inr o!T earefullv. havinir six I Solon, pulling a roll of paper fron
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.in which is di.s- jacket, "tuis can wm iuihuj u.,.y
sal-soda. Havo oected. 1 am not propareu u apca
Ladies and irrntlemen,"said Col.
--' o, . .
lb I .-sr
vfl . fZ
n It pfs ";
-. rf W7 a 44'.
II. H. VlAMKt A CO..
ground there were a dozen pairs of arms
ready to catch me, an' a score of hands
held out to me. an' a hundred voices to
welcome me. An' there was my father
waiting for me, an' Master Philip say
ing, "But for the girl he'd have been up
there still. Not one of the rest of us
would have thought of the stocking;
'twas the brightest idea I've come
across this many a day. She has saved
his life, Forde, and you can i reiuse
your consent any longer." But when I
looked 'round for Katie, she was no
where to be seen. She must have
slipped off as soon as she saw I was safe.
Master Philip hurried my father an'
me awav, I didn't quite know where. I
kw so dazed, but in a minute or two I
found nryself in a warm, lighted dining
room at tho master's house, an' Master
Philip pouring out a glass of brandy for
mo an' shaking hands iith my father.
I was glad to get the brandy, for I was
worn out with fright .an' cold; but as
soon as I could, I made my escape an'
went down to Katie's cottage. I hadn't
been there five minutes when there was
a knock at the door, and in walks my
father. He went straight up to Katie,
holding out his hand.
"Katie, my girl," he said, "rvc
come to ask your pardon for any thing
I've ever said or done against you; an'
"Did you ever travel with a valise?"
asked a man of apartv of acquaintances
the other evening. Every man m the
party had traveled with a valise, and
regarded tho speaker with interest.
"A small valise," continued the speak
er, "can give a man more trouble than
a stone-bruise. It is just largo enough
to keep one corner ot his nnnu itirnea
down, just like the dog-ear of a school
boy's spelling-book. The thought of
losing it is as perplexing as losing a
nickel. The majority of men are more
nernlexed over losing a nickel than
over a five-dollar bilL Isn't that
true?" and the speaker turned to the
GaztlUmxn. "You have lost a nickel,
You have, no doubt, noted the differ
ence between losing a nickel and a five
dollar bill." -
Though the Gazelle man had never
suffered such a financial loss, he was
willing to admit the force of the gentle
"Well, I was speaking aoout vauses.
Several days ago I took a trip from tit
i.. rtrtMr r hnd a small valise. In the
frallons clear liquid
solved six nounds of
this boiling. Add sir pounds of grease;
boil until done, which you cau toll by
cooling a spoonful. Wot a tub or box
mil noiir In tho soan When cold, cut
up in bars and you have a splendid ar
tSiOw fnr fatnilv washinfr. Boues nnd
rm.ij iviu n.t iln. hut .sernns from lard t urouiptu and
IlliUJ v j I
or the raucid grease from cooking can
Borax, dissolved in water makes a
i'ood wash for the hair and cloanses tho
scalp from dandruff. Use enough bo
rax to render the water very soft, say a
full half ouuee of borax to ono quart of
water. To prevent the hair from fall
ing out the following is efficacious: Steep
ten or fourteen minutes in soft water
three ounces of pulverized sage; strain
nir tlm liouor and add a teaspoonlul
each of pulverized borax and salt.
Keep this in a tightly-corked bottle.
Apply daily with a sponge, nibbing it
"cntlyovcr the head; thon brush tho
To makb a pound ot pork requires,
theoretically, four pounds of corn, al
lowing for waste, undigested matter,
and for the "sustenance of life. It is
scarcely possible that n pound ot porn
can bo produced on less than this. In
practice the best results attained havo
approached this very closely, nnd four
and a half pounds of corn have pro
duced a pound of pork. But as mixed
food is more healthful than all corn,
thero is economy in feeding waste
milk, boiled small potatoes, cut clover,
aud other such food. Pork at the worst
can be made for tho price of four and
a half pounds of com.
A Detkoit nhvsician asserts that for
a hot weather drink nothing equals but
termilk. It is, ho says, "both drink
and food, and for the laborer is the best
kuown. It supports the system, and
even in fever will cool the stomach ad
mirably. It is also a most valuable do
mestic remedy. It will cure dysentery
as woll aud more quickly than any oth
er remedy known. Dysentery is really
a constipation, and is tho opposite of
diarrhea. It is inflammation of the
bowels with congestion of the portal
circulation' the circulation of blood
through the bowels aud liver. It is a
disease alwavs prevalent in tho summer
and autumn. From considerable ob
servation I feel warranted in saying
that buttermilk, drank moderately, will
cure every case of it certainly when
taken in the early stages."
I "Mokk fool ami less ami da, mrtrn or
nourishment anil st cnth, less of the il-l 11
latlnr Influence of ilnnr Is hst our rt-
t.k nnnL- ' I.. ...,..! .ui.l.l illl.iM, rjilUlff. ' SSMl llSrUII
u,..v. " ...- -"' r""--"' T."V.vH., IIL?
and didn't know five minutos beloro I , S J-; J bT'Mrft la:
was called on that I was expected to say ( j ' r
any thing here, so t merely joueu uun
a few remarKs ye.sieniay which
tended to make, lou mu:
lilnmlers. ivs inv snecch is
' . -. - iiuaiii iiuii.1 . i" .-...-- .....--.---
tho manucrnil ." ioori . ..,;i-,m. -..ilv Vrtit In mlrr. Uln ail
written I can hardlv read it. Drunken
ness is a terrible virtue. 1 have known
men, after a iort career of divipatiou,
fill a drunkard's grave before thoy were
three years old. I have seen rich men
pass tho wine-cup around their well
lilled tables and their children crying
for a crust of bread. You seo men reel
ing about tho streets who, if they had
died of cholera infantum, would havo
starved the saloon kcopers to death. As
Shakespeare say, 'Oh, that a man
should put an enemy in his mouth to
commit petty larceny on his brains.'
My hearers, "cplury bus cplury bus
inv hearers, the 'squire has rung in some
(Jrcek on mo, and as I don't understand
which I in- I 'lrU ,", i"''"'
st excuse all Kvrry one of the more llian HOyoo OUR-
entirely mi- j mMr ,K,.t.krc,irni jVe j.rord cuilnmtlr
Liutlsof r-ooklnj: nulclklr. elrsnlr and with
j:rcat eeouoni)' of luel oliil lanor.
Tuk only pnulne Axle llrcsse hss tlinnsme
of Fraitr on crery nacasr, ami a cars longer
than any other.
Wn-norr's Fercr ana Am Tonlr, the
old tellable icmcujr. now sells at on loar.
Ukuuxo's Krsjtts SsLvaUaaprorM Itaefn
rlcncy hy atcsiot threv-'irtereof a century.
The best In tho world. National Tt.
SYMPTOMS Of A
Ia of At!mi UjjsmiU estlts. rJ If
part, 1'aUi unilar U holl blal. fall
nos. .iter caUna. with a dialtiitnatl
sertlonof ho if or mind. IrritatitUir of
Low sutrlto. WHS iella o bs
spirit, wita af
T nin I'll Im nhliired ves 'bliir d to
lto to to quit. Oil City Derrick.
rnn thk Mniiui.i:tiutTio oc wmctf.
f I s i -js fisa rsas
. tMnll.rlnv.llh, HmM. lOt Uv
lorn th- ejs. Vellosr hkln. H5t.
with mrul droam. hhlr eolorad Ufina
ar rMllr is.4 I"
ImsI rtr " ss' '
lag mm IuikUhMi tit r.
OBlis, 54 ytmrrmr ttU lossy fwrsU
iitr'nt i for'
or ait" allon tu W
Does Farming Pajl
hurry of getting ready tor tne journey
I only, put one shirt, a collar and a re-
thmjr. As usual, l saw a
crlwr in thfi
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dozen men with valises into mine. a
nieht the crowd of valises must havo
golten mixed up, for a man took mv
valise and left oae exactly like it; I
chuckled as I thought of the mans
cominff surprise, anil rather longcdTor
a chance to open the leather receptacle
that had been left for me. I didn-t
dare open it on the train, fearing that
some one would notice my surprise
When the train stopped for supper I
went around to the back of the house
and opened up."
"What did it contain?"
"Nothing but a long bowie-knife and
tin mm Anv man who swaps valises
will get cheated. Ucxt day another
change was made. The contents of the
valise that fell to me were a baby apron,
a bottle oi salts and a shoemaker s
hammer. If the world will listen to a
suwestion, the man with a valise will
stop traYelin."--.Wi,k tfocfc Gazelle.
As impression, somewhat general,
seems to prevail that farming is not as
profitable as other vocations; that more
money can be earned in almost any
other vocation with less labor: hence
the farmer's son abandons the farm,
where ho is a success, for the uncer
tain gains of town.
The impression, it seems to us, is
verv far from the truth. Most of the
farmers in every county of Iowa com
menced lifo poor; if they have strictly
adhered to legitimate farming and
avoided speculation, in most cases they
are well situated, and aro far more
comfortable than an equal number of
associates who chose the town. Facts
sustain us in the assertion that out of
one hundred young men, who leave the
countrv for the town or city, not more
than one becomes wealthy; perhaps
one-tenth obtain a competency, and
nine-tenths barely make a living,
Out of one hundred young men, who
remain upon the farm, possibly not one
becomes wealthy, but more than fifty
per cent. -have substantial possessions
and good homes, while most of the re
mainder make a irood livins and rear
rvrt.ihl families. The point to bei
impressed is that the average boy is
far more likely to succeed on the farm
than in town; not because he actually
makes more money, but because he
saves what he makes. One thing that
has allured many from the farm 13 soci
ety, and schools may be added. In
these particulars a marked difference
can be observed within a few years to
thi credit of the countrv. Farm
houses and surroundings are more
beautiful; the sons are men of culture
and the daughters are accomplished in
the elegant as well as the useful.
Society in the country is no longer
rude; if it lacks some of tho grace of
the city, this is more than compensated
by solid acquirements and an honest
welcome, characteristic of a aigh-bre!
people. The turning point has un
doubtedly been passed aad the future
great men of tlm Nation wBl be farm
ves.Prof. S. A. Knapp.
Thero is a sort of impulsiveness
which often gets people into criou.s
trouble. Wo aro fretted and vexed at
the acts of somebody else, and wo do
not wait to think, but say out our irrita
tion, and wound deeply some sensitive
spirit. We aro angry, and wo let pas
sion rule us instead of calm reflection.
Tho impulsive person who can not con
trol his temper i.s like one who carries
lire near gunpowder.
George Kliot says : " It is better to
know how to make homo happy to your
husband than to read Greek to him ; nnd
that oven music and ringing although
very attractive to family visitors ceao
to be a substitute for the commoner
virtues after a time. Good cookery is a
most valuable accomplishment in a
wife's education, after the first delusion
of the honeymoon is over."
One ouirht to cet as much consola
tion as possiblo out of one's grievance?.
Most persons will admire thc cheerful
and hopeful spirit of tho colored mnn
who, when struck by lightning, siraplv
rubbed the abraded spot of hb fkull,
and remarked, " Dat makes free times
I've been struck; now I shouldn't won
der if it let me alone."
"Been to the country, have you,
Jones?" Jones admits that ho has.
"Did they set a good table?" "Oh,
yes," says Jones ; " thc table wa3 good
enough, but there was mighty little on
it, barring the cloth arid dishes."
You can neither love nor respect
the man who, having complimented
you, takes more than half his taffy "
back when he finds you like it.
A max alio would not
may be killed by a
Hfli fr rtnr ?fr rnlemir oi ins
V-w Uifrlnna tm"rriii4rr ;u.
fl'iOT.tt "00 f-rit."sms In f !.
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OF COLORADO SCENERY.
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die In snrlnztlme
tall Nt Qrltax l'icar
A Dn. Eldridcc of Lewistoa, Me., pro
roses to fast tort tUji. lie claims that be
can subsist on magnetism to le Jrai irom
thctc ho have lull stomachs. This ma b
the secret ol Dr. Tsnner's toodlcss crtp on
life, fcbakln-; hands wltta a man aho has
been to dinner is regarded as a hearty meal
by the new philosophers. .V. O. Ife?.
"Caxadias hemlock forcjts are being rap
idly destroyed for tbelr bark." Why not d-.
tlroy a tew dos I There Is as much bark la
ador ss there Is la a loresL Jlrc Jlax
Ir yoa don't cet a letter from yoar Rlrl ev
ery acek, Mr. Horace Maynard is the maa to
ahom you must complain about it now. Cn
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ILL FRUITS MD BERRIES.
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Price, SI. 00.
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vork on Eilronit se4 hatiars atwl rvcui V-rtB. it
tr bov to yaiarm a3 It tstVmu ta.Uot H.U. aid
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itavata Sj mMtr. toA ior ttivuiMn eotuxjals
ra irettrf.va of svy work aaJ lra Una to ac-ista.
Address 'xrKSAi.rcacxsaisa Co, bu UttU. Xa.
Toe put bMnders on a horse, so that hs caa
see scarcely anythlB? that is solas on about
hira, and then btame him tor trembiia;; au-J
jampins: and starting to ran at erery little
noise. i"oa funrethov frUktened ou-rre
when, a 1th WicCed eyes, yoa JijIUated
Intn the awful mfMeries ot the Ilish MlJti-
ful Lod-e of Unbiased aal Supermcamwat
China-a'ger. And srby ihoufda't a bone be
frijniened as easily as a dvakey! 3mto
The oyster's Tacaum is bow oxtr.Iio to
Tuece are taro distinct klnIs of Lots In
ifcis aor the buiaan boy aad the borwh-j
ax '.noeent editor, oa Tacattoa srrites to
Ms papers "We nerer weary of gazia? ost
orer the Tt expanse of tka aea, C watek
lag the TaryiBg ie which bel abore aad
the white sips plidis to aal fro lifce B4i
Iesssp'rUs In t deep-" SbaXe, brsrthes.
YtKbaTeaoB oar respect. OriiBary saea
aould Lxrc been watcha the sew stfle of
jaihiaC dres-es aad the BoUy spirit tku
- lashwi'h them In the ceep- Ah ediir
thank lieaVea, is a Era heiBUrapkic.
Tnr ism -sho losk fo br peachts at tis
i :::gi of a uket Is too cuafiiag lar thi
UKSl nwiu. imjwii"'
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