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THE EED CLOUD CHIEF.
M. L. THOMAS, Publishor.
KED CLOUD, -
THE FJ11ST THANKSGIVING DAY
A. I). 1622. '
And now," sii! the Governor, pazlcjr abroad
jin the plltfl-up store
Of the sbenves tlmt dotted ihc clcarinjrs and
covered the meadows o'er.
'TJs meet that w render prulsos because of
this jJcIJ of K'aln;
"Tis meet thnt the Lord or the harvest bo
thanked for HI sun and rain.
.And therefore, I, William Bradford (by tho
irrncc of God to-dar.
.And the frnnchlse of this (rood people). Gov-"
nirui i ij mouin. Fay
Thro'-vJrtucof vested power yc shall gatbor
with ino accord.
And hold, in the month November, thank-
irhiuj: unto tho Loci. ,
He hath jrr.mtcd us pea co and plenty, aik
the quiet we've sought so lotur;
He hnth thwarted the vlly'savaj?e, nnU kept"
him from doing in Trronir:
And unto our Ktaist the Snchcm Eball Iks bid
den, that he may know
We worship his own CrcatSplritwhoxnakcth
So shoulder your matchlocks, masters; thorn
is huu'ifii: of all den-p'-a:
And tWhiirnmn. t-ko your tackle, and scoliwj
for sn'ill the Rcas; "1
And mnidens and dames of 1'lymuutb, your
To houor-our I'trst Ttmnkstfivinfr, and make
;lta feast of Joy: $ ? w
?T Jill ef thrrfrultx and dainties so close to
fiflr hnnrt In nrnnL E
Ah.thoy nriTthe OfrWfttf Iobk weLsifler
lor Hake or lle;iin!
IJut sec, in our open clearings, how golden
tho melons lie:
2!nricti them with Bwects and Fplcei, and
Kit e us tho I'uuijjkip.I'le:" mm. .
$"0, bravely- he prt-paanlonwWt'ut $r"hio n
aula mha Vast: ' ' Ji j f
Tho deer and the bear wore slafiKhfcrod; 1
wim pamc from th irreatent to leat
Waw heaped in tlic Colony cabins; brown
home-brew rrj ed for iner.r
And tho plum nml. the 'crajw of thwforest,
for orange and peach and pine.
At Ienelh'came the day appointed; the fnowj
Hut the ( liiufrlrom tho incctlng-bouse belfry
"""' I JlHSTOMTllV Otlt fOT tlUr- '' -
And 8ummined theolk if I'lyinoutb, who
naienoi wimirnn nceira
To listen to Klder Itrewter
tbaukisl tho Lord.
In his heat sate Governor Iiradford; men,
matrons and iiinldenKiuir:
let and sword, wore there;
And pobbiuxnn Iteari nnd loudness had each
in lis turn the wiy,
Jortherao ot the Micct Itoso Stun ills ti
o'ersbadowed '1 haukgivinK Ihiy.
And when Mas?solt, the Sachem, Fate down
with bis hundrod bravo.
And aio of the varied riche.-J of pardens and
woods and wavis,
Anl looked n the crrnnarlcd harvest with a
blow on his brawny ch"Ht,
Ho miit tore 1: "Tlic Rood Crcat Spirit loves
His white children ImjsI!"
And then, as tho Teast was cndetl, with
KHivcly official air,
t The Go omor drew his broad sword out from
'Its Fc.ibhard therr.
And omit nr the trenchcrncar him, he cried,
in hero c way:
Hall. lMcof thei'umpklnl Idub thccl'rmcc
Maiyuirt J. frcstun, in WiJc-Awal.e.
THE XEW MINISTER'S SEUMON.
It was several days before Thanks
giving; but Aunt Milly Lovejoj was :is
busj uith her work and plans for cele
brating tlie day as if otily twenty-lour
hours .separated Her and our Aen- J.n-
"Have you ever thought, father,"
nsked Aunt aiilly. slopping in her
meat-diopping and resting her hands
on the side of the tray, "what good
luck we've had raising turkeys" bince
we concluded to give every odd number
to the destitute?"
"Well, no, I can't say as I have,"
replied Uncle Nathan, holding his pa
per to one side and looking pleasantly
at Aunt Millj'. "We never had very
bad luck, an j way."
"No, I know lhaL But the foxes
nnd woodeliucks used to trouble us
some. But for fivo years we've lost
only one; and I've always thought that
Tommy Cobbct killed that, for Nancy (
says ' them children are dreadful about !
thfowin stones.' "
x "X thought may be he did, too; for the .
little fellow has been sort of shy of mo
ever s'nee the turkey died."
"It's about time that we were plan
ning how to dispose of 'cm. We shall
have eight to give away. "Now, that
the Uigescs and Bookers have moved
away, 1 hardly know howto begin to
!1 he family that moved into the
Booker house have two sick children.
nniLthc father Jiasn't'been in the mill
for morn a weok-jMay be. a
the Kiggs house. The daughter work
in the null aud the mother takes in
sewiriT. If they wore my turkeys I:
should send ono uwre. ancn there is '
Uncle Nathan, kindly
"JVll'lhc rest in the neighborhood raUo
t onntinued Uncle Nathau, leanmg
cm7 conimueu uutu A-.w...u, ........
- . i m ni r. ni nm n i n inn
foiward and looking exactly as u no
knew that he had done Aunt Milly a
helping nor uupuu ui
turkevs. .. , ,
Well, JSIancy says .-.,
lcie wouuijUe acccptauic, Anu. jjjjg WOrld;
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"V-?" "'"' "" ft"";" "t not, else we
n r"tli-ktr MMtli fTTAVii.itn4 .
daughter nna twosmau nos nvin- m ' na Thmi
Sylvn Blackwpu ana oia aeter Anight, j rcgaic -m !lU lhat make3 anBrIeet day, rMr.tW
VX'Z' Con,i Tnn,ni..M..P.AimtMillv was sorely tried. which is
- a. . fc"1"" ru. ..7 "CiVTIrr" i i tiadn.t she -pravcu, wept ana pleaded and quite
one tins year. -i . i all-thcsc'cars that not another Thanks- deed, .and
lint Mrs. vxuoefc is jv iiiuu Muiiviujr
A mm- hn l"ivinc n nnitrlilinr
woman. jiumj " - -- -----" ipel'-
think oflfer when most everybody else Aunt Iklul
is hanpv will make her burdens lighter." Ue kuQcl;
vWcll, ?c, it would bo right I , mcd:talt : ns?
1 TK. vtffla
Sff Washnurn didn't raiso any this year.
- nn J I thought avo might send hcr one,"
said Annt JUiliy, looiung siraiguc at.
"Blooma Wahbnrn's husband is mv
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enemy," replied. Uncle Nathan, ratheri
curtly- - .
"1 don t sec. Nathan as the quarrel '
the Uiast bit of asperity in lmr tone.
"Well, mother, it needn't. Every
bodj in the neighborhood knows that
you do as j'ou pleao with the turkej's,
and tnat it wouldn't be my doin's, try
ing to buvltcuel 'Washbnrn back to
good feelin'. But, Milly, it wouldn't
look just right!" "
"Why not?" asked Aunt Milly, fold
ing her hands meekly across the tray
and looking at Uncle Nathan.
"Weil, it would look as if we wa'n't
of ono heart and'one mind, serving tho
"Christ says Lovo your enemies,'
nnd this is a good way to show our
love," said Aunt Milly, tenderly.
"Oh! well, I shan't try to hinder your
doing as j'ou jjlcase. Send Blooma a
turkey, if you want to, of course You
know'I like to talk, Milly."
Aunt Milly looked steadilj upon the
bed of glowing coals, as if studying the
That Chnstly commana, iove
,-our enemies.' is lor usau; out. saint
haul's command to wives is for me. We
will act in harmony, Nathan, if we do
"Oh! well, dear, do just as you
-please, and I'll warrant it'll be right,"
, said Uncle 'Nathan, rising and reaching
for hie overcoat, which meant awalk to
the cost-office or 6ome.ne"ghbor s. j,
- "iitdoes seem strangeTibw "Nathan
-andJteuel do hold out in their differ
ence. And Blooma and' I have been
prajin' all these years. Yes, nt Is five
years next jsovemocr since tnej"ve
to each other or broke bread at
Christ's table: and it all grew oat of a
dference -of. opinion. An argument
followed, and neither could convince.
the other; tfeea-anger, diet words; and
vccn youuu AetioL iasuuurauem cook tho' turkc V tillVI cim nrnr ,,.
under Blooma and I keeping up neigh-; 'fesseu for the Lord wouldn't aror ,
v wuiwaiwi aulfiia uuvau..,, i 'ppmTiirTnnTi it i niiin'T.
AAiivtAni' ' vonliu 1 dnnf Tllll" 1 . t i . 1
each dedared'himself independent oflyou all'thankful..all pra'sin' God? Is
the other.- And .to tbink how we used
4-ltA 4Vtai in . 'VlaW t.A. a mrmt,-
to Jive, comforted ne all through Ezra's
sickness aadoath, and -come-to us
r. Mj-1uv'.auuio94, ovoo ineir
jtuiiuiasiiut wiuir wisues.
There arfe seasons
lOWekermoK nsuurer-for their
old warm, and it Uwy wa'n't too proad
tlwf'dyirid. -OFatb-!?ii fealwayc
i? .wttxrwest-nR-i aerr,
Milly Lovcjoy wept a eh never wept
before. Tears are prayers, dear soul,
and Christ wipes them all awav."
Aunt Millv thought that she was talk
ing to Nancy, her adopted daughter;
but .Nancy was in the , kitchen, with
Obed,. their adopted sduslaaghingjioft
ly to see the apple seeds that she had
oiaajcd and dropped usim tho stove
IS fTriiilI' " !
tlffilr fate was to be. nnd rrlancinfr occa-
Bionally at Obed'B Batfig, thathe .was
' ca" l ndcrstiind. Obed why yon
arc so 8 owabouvUaruing cipher and
?a Latf,rerlbnXe.. WBaUl care
to study.' said Nancy, kindly.
"Idont understand it cither." re-
laughina Now, I am gomrr to name
this one UmauUia.Mdians." said Nancy.
dropping a plump seed upon the Move.
juiucu uucti, goou-natureujv. ,
a H C f t
iy cmiienng wun anpio-scois U) nf
'"i xiiica a mow. loo saiu iNancr. '
m xuw one ueti i-ovejoy. J ins is mv con,ing out of church." said Obcd. look
fourth trial. Tlierc. louve snapped W out of tho window. s there never
clear off the stove! Hurrah! J here ijoes Wauich a day in llartwcll as this.' for
fcmantha after vou. What a deter
mined, persevering littlo piece she is.
ShcMl never give you up, Obed. You'll
Wpfto sate h, the farm and the old
folks. Won't you be grand in that "big
house nod "driving that fine span!
Heigho! yWre m luck, lObcd. if any
body ever was."
""Nancy Lovejoy, you know better!"
replied Ubcu, straightening up and try-
Uiuz to look indignant.
P 4lf there is auv truth in annlc-seeds
snapjiing, j'ou can't help yourself; and
I've hctird of several fortunes proving
true, told that wav." said Nancv. witli
anj' thcTcctiutlierraiircry ujiol Obed.
vneu preiemiofi auvio near, aau saiu,
" It is several mouths.,. Nancy, since
I asked yon thaquuKtion, and every
time thatl have reierrecTto it you have
evaded answering it. , If 1 tld HQt be
lieve thjut j'ou do care,fqr tnu, ui hpltct
ol your words, I never would mention
"I never have denied a regard for
you; but 1 must be sure that it is jut
right before I decide. IJut tho several
evidences that 1 have had that it is
right for us to care for each other fail
to satisfy; but I am sure they will oc
cur. "I doubt if they ever do," replied
Obed, irloomily. "Haven't you had
evidences that it was rijrht for j'ou to
care for Harlow Briggs?" I
"Neverl" retorted Nanc flharpty. ;
You would make a good choice, if
you (liu encourage iianow. tie isncii.
educated and talented. There is notli-
;., ,.i.:n..;..oi.i.. i.,.t i.;m " ,..;.!
Obed, eyeing Nan cj critically.
"It isn't necessary tolplead anyone's !
cause wiih me, Obed Lovcjoy. 'You
arc talking to retaliate, for my i
about Samantha,"- retorted N
"There! mother is erring about that
ui.t ..ir..:- :.. " c7.., i..w
AVkclttMtn 1"it nrrniti st raiifrn li nr
people will stand out,"" said Obed, evi-,
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(lentiv trvmg to enangc me suujecu
-Well," if Eeuel Washburn lakes din-
i.ra Ti.nnL-o,r?Tmrr t win nnaw..r
VOUr question linallv." laughed Naucv.
llUi 11UIU - lllllll!l I 111. M
.. Such a thing i possible, but highly
imurob.iblc." replied Obed, coolly.
fu ast the question that old C.'em
j,tcs tic oli,er n;ght, when
Ansol Blake said that all tho proof
'that he wanted of the new minister's
ijtUcs3 for Hartwcll was to preach such '
a sermon tint ueuel uasiumrn anu geiicraiiy uua is iiiurasu ujwu uiu iuu
father would shake hands right in the . the ice-house, or more strictly spcak
church it would soflen their hearts so; ' ing, place of preservation, may bo very
and Clem asked 'How can you think or simple indeed. A bin, in tho basement
such an unlikely thing, after old Parson . of a building, with double walls, and the
LeiHiton tried for tw'o years to ma';e spaces bet ween the walls Jil led withsaw-
J ihem seo the hurt that I hey were doing '
t4IUAll 3liU W JUttf w.t- '"J .-.-...
the cause of Christ, and then resigned,
I believe, because he failed? 'Then
tli-it Kmnnlli. llowerv Mr. Walnolc
trjea throe; now this well-recommended
lather Wheaton has come, and if he
scmjs the arrow of conviction into their ,
i,carts so deep that they do shake '
iiund3 in church I'll si'ii an obligation
to attend church evcrv Mmdav, sick
ness excepted, for live j ears. Just tho
time I've stayed from church.' 'So
will I. Yos," so will I,' echoed all
around trio post-oll'icc. So -ou sec
what rood things wou'd come about if
these things would tako place," said '
"1 cannot nuagmo mat tucy win;
but God.kuows." -said Nancy,' bidding
Things are never quire complete jn
and it is well that they are
should forget our weak-
nrli Millr T.nvftiov s nantrv
was fratrrant with pics, cake, brca I
an(1 frui und the ovcn steaming with
turkc .. .chickens and rmdding, and" tho
OIlts?,i -ivnriil nn this annrvnrsarv would
giving might be marred with this quar-
r opened the door , to 'a
tlm had interrupted hen
and met Tommy Coubct '
vomu in, iommy; eomo in and tell ,
rao vvlial troubles
j'ou," said Aunt
MiUy putting hcr j .
" Oh, ho! it-it
was mo that killed
your turkey,'' sobbed Tommy
" AVas it, dear? 1 am sorrv. and I'm
J suro you arc. yoa won'
Mrf- Yim . .-.1
t bC SO CarclcSS
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see how near I could skip a stone and
Tint, hlf'ftni-llllrtnit. nnn ,ln,l,..l l
it lallcd.huniuajninute. l'fn awful
sorry, and I'll neveriskip stones at livo
things nga5n. Mother said she wouldn't
"Your mother is right, dear," said
Annt Milly, fillin'r;JTommj-'s pockets
and haudsVith cakes.
" I'm glad I've 'fessed. Now you'll
love me same's ever; won't you?"
"I certainly will, dear."
Uncle Nathan had entered so quietly
that lie had not interrupted the little
scene, and he had heard enough to con
clude that Aunt MUly's turkev' had cer
tainly made one little heart lighter.
That his own heart was touched we can
only hope and believe.
bless us!" said Aunt Cisely
" There never was such a
dav m Hartwell as that first Thanksgiv-
ing Da j- tuat Luther AVhcaton preached.
'rfiT..ro'.t Koim ;.,cf , . ,l..,-o i.,
good roads, and Luther'd preached here
-"V .v juov o 4iuu uawi iiiou iu
three months: but laws bless us! the
mectia'-house was jest runnin' over
with hearers. I shall never forget when
tho new minister got up. The pulpit
shined like gold, 'n' he shined morc'n
the pulpit. Miss SiVes said it was my
notion; but 1 tell j'ou it warn't. It did
shme, 'n' when he read the 'Harvest
Hymn,' it jest seemed like a command
from Heaven; 'n' his prayer was more
yet. There wasn't,hardly a dry-et e in
the house; 'n' when he begun the" ser
mon I knew the Lord wasxight "there.
I tkaow it. It warn't the words-that
did the work, for Td heard oldTawon
Leighton say hundreds of times ' that
God 'd never accepts a divided heart.
For if ye love not the brother ye
have, seen, how can'ye love Me whom
be have not seen? And if there, is
hatred in the heart of ne of my hear
ers, whose fault is it? Can you make
yourselt ulametessr tJoaia
yon sav. I
have kept all the commandments? Are
I tnwh tiAfhtti' knfvattn ti a9
there nothin' between you and the
Throne, of Mercy? Think, .think if
there isn't some thin' you're harborin'
that ain't Chrtstlifce, Irepeat. Think,
reflect, repent, act? Laws bless us! it
j seclneJTtyif'I ooeld jeit see the arrows
ef-convictiea jesi-Syin' right intothe
heart o: every hearer m that naeetur
hoove, when ie showed them last
words,-'n the firstthing J .waltzed was
that Reucl Washburn 'n' NathaB Love
joy were shakin' hantl rihttlicrc. Old
Dencon Whitaey -xalled Tiht ont
Urothcr Wheaton, let us pray! Let
us all pve thank&T For half an hour 1
don't believe anjbodj ever heard each
prayin'. The choir ung. and eTcry
boly that could aiasj lor cryin did- " I
thought Dloonta .Washburn and Millr
Lovcjoy never 'drtbp. Lawi blcsi'us!
l ?lA YmAi Hov'ey
-t.- t r. i.i :-. ' -.v-j u.
' oartroa the M&StiS&ar making ixs
Ut her when I -WaTvV yeam oUil-
m she saiin asJ hom6i7 - -a
fitum.fence. UuL iawbleMusf it was
j8my like; but I went to tho poor old
I woman's grave and said over V over
!. t i.,ITw. -k t,..n.M.i nn :n -:n
rainst me. Tlierc wa. such clcarin'
troubles that I felt hfco clear'm'
n HnnanlKiH ..m fr" fir a 1 1 I
couW lbJnk of jc3t tbc 0t m licrcr
B0C (!, su a day ia HatfiwclL"
.. j paVf a, Autlt cc!y Daet said.
there'eomes ueuel Washburn and his
wife liprac with father and mother."
"YotTro joking!" jsaid Nancy, ran
ninz to the window. "Well. I never!
j What can mother be crying for now?"
Laic Thanksgiving evening Obedand
Nancy were slttipgbv the kitclfen-firp,
Nancy with her hands foldetfolookfug
very thoughtful, Obed holding a-book;
but, if stealthy glances are reliable, he
was trying to read Nancy' a thoughts,
but, failing, he leaned forward and
Do j'ou regret?"
Ny;;I am satisfied." replied Nancy,
reaching out her hand.
"Can I call this mine the next
Thanksgiving?" asked Obed, claspiug
"Yes, God willing, was the heartj
response. N. Y. Inucjtcndcni.
Ire and Ice Houses.
'There is nothing which is -more usp
ful or convenient on a farm than ice in
summer, especially when the dairy
forms an important fcaturej'and consid
ering the comparative case of furnish
ing and Drcscf ving it, it is often a won
der to us that more farmers jdo not con
struct ice-houses and cat ice. ' It is true
that there is some advantage in not
having ice, but that advantage resnlts
from an uuwihe use of it in Minitnci
drinks, where it is at hand.
It is onlj a few j'ears .since that the
preservation ot ico upon the farm was
i "ougui to ue impracucauio. uecauseoi
tho expensive structures which wee
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deemed necessary for the purpose; and
cve m l" extreme norui larm ico-
iiutidi;r ivviu auiibi; 4,1111 ,un uauj nc
conducted in summer without this very
! useful article. IJut it was at last found
that expensive structures were not
nccuoa lorinc preservation, aim, oery
vear Irnds farms before unsupnlied with
. . i .. r
ic- d"1 aupplicd. At this season, too,
f romiiint. inoiiirin) nnnm tn 114 !i4 to tlin
,..-..- ...-,- m ' .
mode of constructing a house, cutting
and sawing tlic ice. etc. A o now have
such inquiries upon our Uiblc, nnd wilJ
proceed to answer them.
An ice-house maj bo constructed
wholly above the ground, or partly
above and partlj below, as fancy or
convenience mav dictate. Either plan
is practicable and works well, if but a
small quautity of ico is needed and
dust or tan-bark, will do good service.
lb MUtum uu iiuuui.- squ ire, nun mo
cakes of ico w.Uicjysuould uo as larrre
as can be conveniently haudlcd should
be packed as closely -as possible. Be
tween the cakes aud around tho sides
saw-dust should be packed, and on the
top of the pile, it should bo placed at
least a foot deep. Drainage must neces-
aarilv be supplied, and directions for
that cannot vcrj' well be given, without
knowing just what tho surroundings
arp, but a man's good judgment will al-
waj-s devisc-a pirn for draining. One
of the most prominent dairymen in this
country uses an ice-house, which he do-
serines as a more noio in tnc grounu.
twelve icet cube, with a shed over it.
This, he sajs, supplies anabundauco of
fico'fof flia milk of twenty cows. As
"this dairyman lives farther south than
the latitude in which most of tho coun
try's dairying is done, tho wasto is
greater with nim than it would bo elso
whero in our dairj districLs, in whicL
that amount of ice, therefore, would
be sutficient for the milk of more than
aring -describes an icqJionso
very simple in construction
inexpensive, so much so m-
thc plan being so efficient.
underrtlie most unfavorable conditions.
that np'iarruoc need no tithout ono or
these 'Structures, unless be wishes-to.
a plage is -jelectod on the north sido
of onny buiUiimr: a floor is laid on
.scantlings, twelve feet square, one foot
from tho groimd. Near each corner
two nosts. from four to six inches
squarc-and abjuit ben feet high, are sot
firmlyn ""tluO ground. When tho
weather becomes coid. saw dust, tun
bark, or'ryo straw is "placed on -this
t'nnr oitrlit. nr Inn innhn ilftP.O. On the
r Xt' V. -7 ' t, .T,T
. . .
tn.. nf U .Hnllinr lUnr ;a nl-lr.ol nf
. .vj vk uiit auuuiu ,.v. . ,-...,.. w.
the same siztfas the first, a curb being
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II1U lilllllir III'LWIfiril Lilt! 1IUU13 111 IJlaLL..
Next a curb is made, ten f eet fetjnare,
and six inche8dcep, fastened at Tho
corners withhooks, common- gate
hooks.-- i hen when a cold day comes,
the curb is placed on the center of tho
t'.oor, two inchos of tan hark is Tint in.
I and water is dashed in outil it forms a
coat of iice that will not leak. Tho
curb is then filled with water, and left
I standing until it is frozen solid. With
boiling water the curb is then loosened,
raised to tho top of the frozen mass,
filled and frozen -as iiefore. This is re
peated until sufficient height is pro
duced. Boards are now placed on the
inside of the posts, and tho space be
tween them and the, ice filled with tan
bark or rye straw. Then nail boards
to the outside of the posts and fill tho
space between the two walls with ryo
straw. Cover the top with tan bark to
tho depth of ten inches. Over the
whole place a roof. The ice is taken
from the top. While this plan is for use
"uu " ari"
wnen mc iarmer cannot cut ice. thn
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The principle of preserving ice is tn
prevent the heat from reaching it, and
whatever will accomplish -this end is to
be adopted. This is the object of the
filling between the -walls and the pack
ing about the ice. Whatever is-a non
conductor of heat, therefore, is to be
selected for this purpose. Keeping this
principle in view, almost any mitfs in
genuity can devise an ice-house which,
though it may be unlike anything else
that'was ever bailt, vtpd yery rude in
construction, will preserve the ice, and
that is all that is w&nftd.
If we were going to construct an ice
house we should cut the straw, as that
would make closer packing possible.
We do not know that we have ever sees
chaff used, or recommended, but we art
inclined to think that it would answer
the purpose which-sny of the articles
named for packing serves. WesUrt
A widow applied to the Mayor o
Allegheny, Pa for aid: She had not a
-morsel of. food in her house, and wai
about to ne ejected for non-payment ol
rent Her distress was not the Tesrnh
J of poverty, she explained, for she was
-very wealthyrand she showed his Hon
or the deeil ot 10.033 acresof
land, -worth f 10D s acre, hot
The creil bABk dafilrttlna J&.eir-,1
ark. N. J., is another IHtutration of the !
nttetly unuuiae-Ukewnyi otismcis
men. An old and propcrou baaking i
institution has been rained by Um1wuv j
donment of their datlcs bylh? firector j
of the bank. lbe theory oflbe man- .
agementofa onnd bank Is -that tfcd
Directors know something of the affairj '
nd accounU of the Institution with 1
whOM; management tney are jnirusteo.
ton. ha.1 no real knowledge of what was j
being done with the funds of the con- ,
.lOKiaa SB.a. MfccauiuHucnufv " for ruatinj: 5t:rerjor boa and
T J T . 1 . L.... .1 ,.al...ll m . trm.
a cicar .. n ute exprnsiost a Uiw grov, child, far r
bank. Then it appears that the Ducc- v!. ,,. T..,! ,.,-,! j
cern anuiriui me raoucv o. .no cno- f - , h hh afld tMjtu
Itow. The r sppatvnt knowledge was J ,, .? . ...
derived from one ot. the under eW ,T;To KCJ - iTcirrvj.-Apptr - tfe
oreraploycsof the bank. The WyhoivnihshmiQiv&
tnn. imnliritlv truMc-d one inan-i-
haps two men with the inawax-
which, in tneorv, wa -huv
rttt., Itnnrta In ctii.li tmiml ri tb,r
nnro i made for deccntion or di.hon- 4
estv. none for errors. In this way.tliJ
tiji- nconrft in tli Iw-Iii-f ttia.1 Ihnr ryjn- i
cern, at leat, is far above all human
wickedness and accidents, onlv to be
astounded when their nfjstake is dts-
covered. - "
The-ruin of the Mechanics' National
Bankof Newark Is. issiblr, a little
more complete in its war. and the "ira-
' w w - - .V --..-.. , ,. - ,
plicit conlidence" cf the Director, in
the Caahier a little more ouvj.
ously bottomless than
otherwise, the- case is not
The Cashier was the cause
as other Cashiers ondowe
powers and unchecked by stay I) rectors,
nave been, from time immemorial. L'er
liaps the apparent strcuglh of the bank,
the b'gness of the theft.' and the spot
less chara'tor of ihc thief constitute un
usual features of ths latest defalcat'on.
But it need not bo expected that any of
these thing will rouse an) body to pew
vigilance, or will remind anybody that
the duties the)' are tdiir-dng as Tnis ees
or Directors ought not to be anj longer
delegated to another person- These
things arc constantly happening. TIip
newspapers take up the obvious lesson
nndread a wholcamojeture to the
men who take so much pride iu what,
they call their "business me hods',"
'I hen matters move on as before. It
does not appear whether anybody has
profited bj tho exposure of the humbug
of tho aforesaid " business methods."
The Newark defa liter s method was
simple. Ho was the Cashier of a strong
and popular bank. There was a paid
up capital of SOO.000, a surplus of
SIOO.OOO, undivided profits of moro
than G.r.000, and heavy depositors in
plcnry."Tho "isoncarn kept a' deposit4
account tn this city, the balance to its
cred'tlieing sometimes -a much as 2.
.r00.00". Baldwin, the Cashier, was al
lowed to draw on that balance when
ever he chose. Nobodj' conncctc! with
this admirably .managed Newark bank,
but Baldwin, 'knew tho conditional the
balance to tho bank's credit in the
New York institution. If anybody ever
had any curiosity about the matter,
he asked Baldwin, and this excellent
and highly respectable Cashier gave
such answer as suited his plan And
all the while, the Cashier was chocking
out of the New York batik tho balance
of the Newark bank and ur.git for his
own purposes, win o he was reporting
. U,E bjo MMM of U,o Nc.-n.rC
concern Hint a million nmln lnlf or,
.... . .
........... . t. x.. . I, .. ..., . iiiiun.iiHniin I
lummy n.n irii ui;i;9(L hu tuviji kumt, t
he was tamperinir with that account.
Vinallv. when he had muddlrd' awav
tlic handsome sum of S2.000.003 or .so.
and thcro was a detieioucy of jCO.OJO
where there should have been a .siu.
plus of $1,500,000, the explosion, came.
The Directors of the bank good ensj
souls had known Ualdwin ever since
he wns a boy. Thov repeat, with a cer
tain plaintiveness. that thej' bad im
plicit conlidence in him: as if he was
Tntir miinli in h'nnin fir tlinir niiTilioit
BaSk was bro Jght to gri urawn up uy wv ccinng fc c, auu m
since. And. in this, wsr l"n stcpp-n-Thort and cfaauptng his
toon neglecting their uu-' yt-" " - "
. . .. . ...
ipor aim ncn, aim uiuu mil- iiie man-
nge'iient of the liaudsome nccnmula
tions. to all intents and' purposes, in tho
han'cN of one man. Succumbing to
temptation, this man lias bctraj'cd his
trust and Iris misappropriated the mon
ey. And yet. the Directors of the bank
are shrewd businessmen. A. YfiTliht.
The Taller of Death.
The Valley otDeath, a spot almost as
terrible as the prophet's, vallej of dry
hopes, lies just north of the old Mor
mon road to California, in Utah a re
gion - thirty-five, miles: long by thirty J
liT-nnfl -inil ciifrminitnil nvnoul -it twrt
po'nts, bv inaccssible mountains. It is I
totally devoid of water and vegetation.
and the shadow of a bird or wilU)Qvst ,
show tho fate of tho "lost Montgomery
train" which came south from Salt
Lake in 1850, guided byna Morrapn.
When near Death's Yalley some came
to the conclusion that the. Mormon
knew nothing about the country, so
thev appointed one of their number as
leader and broke off from " Iheir party. '
The leader turned due wen, so with I
tne people, anu wagons ann nocirsne ,
iraveled three days and thcndcscendcd j
into the broad vallov whose trencher-
ons mirage promisen water, mey
maplipd the center, but onlv the whito
sands bounded byscarching peaks met
their raze. And around the vallev
thev wandered, and one by one the
men died, and tbe
stretched themselves in death under
the snn. The children, crying for
water. oMed at their mothersV breasfe
and Hath swollen toxjgues andTbnrning
'rfalsthe TOotherfollowctl. Waoti
after wjgon wa3,bridoned and strong
men tottered, .and raved anddied.
After a weekt wanderings, a dozen
survivors found some water in the hol
low of a mountain. It lasted by, a short
time, when all perished but two. who
escaped out of the valley and follpwed
the trail of the former companions,
THglitv-scven families tfith "hunareds of
animals perished here, and now, after
thirty-one years, "the wagon? ; .spra.d
still complete, the iron works and tires
are bright, and the shriveled skeletons
lie de by side. Euitf Bill Colo.)
Neics. Z' -L.'
Ckildrea Adrift en a Deer.
.Yesterday afternoon abont three
o'clock a little girl and" bov, a"oout
eight and eleven jears old respec'tivelv,
children of Octave Letebrrs. a labor
er at Laprairie, were plaving on an
old door in the river opposite the ril
laee. The wind was rather strong
and a gust carried the plank with its
living freight into the middle of the
current, which bore them rapidly out
of sight of their home. They 'clung
together and held their perilous -pon-tioa
as the stream bore them Kile after
Kile from their hose. The steamer
Laprairie passed the. Their screams
coald be heard aad weee.aaswered. hat
bo aaautasce ease to theaa. The
wteaKr Prkece 'Arthsr also passed
theK aear the YKtonalkidge, bwthe
captasB amid the cerreat was. tow. strong
to aUew ef his rtaammg thaca. He.
Kwevr, Botified tb river Kce. 'bat
the ehjOdrcB floated oa otUI they case
to the LcMpMSaU ferry wharf: There
uwy were Tejscwoa sqr tae eaptaiaei a
conlicionce. ana as it tliev arc whonyr "'" r71"" l"" " --"--" '"
ovonorated from respons:bilitv because, tho grouml and cIyrato growth u?At
they have been deceived. So Dalduin i season. J'ho miilclung o?eot pt the
went on with his gnmo. .using the de- I u-rotw parts will be useful. et
positors' money for our oses which ha! -tyHiig. lefore growth begin.s..eub back
has set forth. There does not secnV the longer shoots nt, a fork. Jawing tho
to bo much to add. to this sad and longer or larger portion of the branch
disgraceful story. The sum and;sub( and leaving tho smaller, which will
stance of the matter is that certain re- avoid any stump. Bring the vhrttb thtis
putable citizens built up a Tnnk, at- to htndsomo shape. IX thc-gmwth is
tmctcd tho deposits of manv people. (t'JO thick anywhere. Una- It out. If
never darkened its white,-glaring
The Kansas raciue- Batfroad engineers ' coiorot the
ilienvnnn" it ftriil cmnis Ttnnnra wtiili relative
I10XE, F1R1 A5 CiAltSEf.
Cftibar tLi-kTe been
t kcroaae lamp hold bff wsshed off
wiia ooa kjw. --
An boar rwnt ia making -rd clan
will save a day or a wrck la the futoru
ia eradicating wced.-
Ia making preparatioBt for winlrr
a CUJll tnitiic farmer' deecdcac i
to 1ms more anil more oa his stock.
f stlh tl unbolted wheat flour fa.
u s'or ;o lU j cd on th w.lh
!ir?tn;IK tWurn wD te rare to hlvo
..'WP 5 ff uuc ir.
aaJ Strong. AT. d IwrH.-nriotU .to th.ai.-
' -r-Whcn j-eoplc ce a "horMj's.hcad
.Lin the pride ol hta strength aeamunevi
of spirit wLervas tht an'mal i tcaby
suffering non'M of pain andistninj;
' to gain W thesamoTcuMicumtnntntary
r Potato ro taaViba prepared as
i follows" Paro e-irefuilr .with a thm
- .-.. ...t
b.Wdub! a'penktiffe somtf'pofled'pou-
t toe rotmil'ftnil rotmi! until all of each
petal .is pared L,i2 center. Do not
aro mpposcd-toTesutnb'e-rose. nenoo
the-name applied to this gatnih.
Smoked ileat on Toast. Take a
cold smoked tongue or bam that has
been well boiled, and grate it with a
coarse grater or mince it hne.mixit with
cream aud beaten yelk oL egg. and let
it simmer over the lire. Prepare, some
nice slices of toast, butter them rat er
sltehtly. lay them in a flat dish that Ins
ll'on heated over the lire, nnd coTer
cauaJicu.,with:tlio meat mixture thai
fehouUl hu .spread nu hot. I'lace. on the
table in a c jvercddisli.for cither break
f.t3tsor supper. ,t " '
-SCKHUren1. I'udifmr. Put onelnMe
spoonful of Carolina rice-nndione table
spoon'ul of tapioca .into, a, three-pint
pudding-dish; add one tablespoonful of
coarse brown sngdr and' a small pinch
of alu Let this foaVcfote to the lire.
aud let it lm constantly stirred. Thm
I put ery littlu bits of butter on the top,
aud put it m a moderate over,, ror
tho first hilf-hour stirit often from tho
lwttom, then loavo-it. In tno lioura
von will hove a pudding far oxcuedin
in riciiiiess one made with eggs and
with a delicious flavor. Sago, or tap
ioca, or rice atone, ae'ejnallj' good.
Writing of obesity in neat'Stbck. a
well-iuforuwd, correspondent of the
Loudon .Lice Mpjfc Journal remarks
that "the timo without doubt will come
i when tho-o moving masses of grearo
J will be passed over in the show-ring.
aud the honors awanted to tnoso in a
more natural condition, ami with the.r
points unconcealed by useless cush'ons
of fat. l'rohably a yet wider view will
be taken, namely, 'that auimals over
burdened, unabie to stand for long to
gether, an 1 almost asphj'xiated, as in
i rii fvtn in iii"H- iii:l iiu il-'uMiuu .ij -
.. n ? j... i n ...... ,.
" T, fJi 3
,.. ilf,.lln.b,tell.t. ',.
". " -
over-feeding the direct cause of man'
discacrthit not onlj affect the patient,
Wut his or itti posterity-
Ornamental shrubs, planted about
dwelling, aro ofteu neglected year aft
er year, and become llitorted in shape
and stunted in growth. They may bo
grcatlv improved by manure and prun
ing. The manure should be applied in
autumn as n lop-dressing, extending at
Ieat a! far from the stem on each sido
as the heiirlit of the' shrub. The solu-
lttnr.n ... n ,1... . n.. ..fall Onflt' tJ 1 t r
- - --j c""fr,T. r , rt 7
or branches, cut mom on.- wujuru
Gcnlldnnn. 4j ' -
There rTnothing that ooms to bother
more thosj wliotwpuld grow window-
llowcrs, tbanhpw often to water them,
It is an exeeePifingly sunple thing to
those who'ltaWliaScxpericiiccr; Ihough"
so raystorin n thing fcothoHowho have
had iwno;f Uhon tiie "killed gadouer
ia, "asked foratlvicehesaj's, "water only
wKi3fthe irfafattflieedMt?" but'this tells
the -'Inquirer 'nothing. There still re
mains to be understood how to tell
when, plants neod, water. After nil,
this is a species" of knowledge that can,
not well bb tanglit by another: It-has
to be learne'dfrom "experience. The
good plant-coltivator tells lrom the
earth; nut eien this is a
term. There is dark soil and
thcro isligTit soirTbufall soils ar.o dark
er when thcyjtjewetha when dry.
One can soon learn lhi3 by experiment
ing a little; and "can soan tell whether
the earth is dry or wet lij the eye or
fThgefTxldne. If It is wet it of course
wants no more waterMf much
than Its nsuai cDlq.vuseearth.is drjwd
needs some. it,is atj, -exceedingly sim-
pu mancr 10 inosc wuo win iry 10
learn; to those who cannot learn them-
selves it is a hopeless task,
mere is one hint that we may give
mat mav 00 01 value. 11 the earth nev-
er uets-dry, Che plan tare. not in good
condition. Something is wronjr. it "is
tho active, growing "working roots that
take the moisture ont of the earth. It
s a sign of good health for the plant to
.wantreguenti.watenng. As we have
already said tho color of the soil, as
eompared to wfaalMt is when wet, will
tell whether it wants water or not.
Firewood fer the Fane.
j Wood seasons much more rapidly
J when split, therefore it is economy not
. only to fell and haul wood for fuel from
j the lot before stormy weather and
t heavy roads are at hand, but to cut it
in shape for stove aud fireplace at the
I same time. Wet, sappy wood is not
1 oniy wasteruu 'Dot it is a source w
in tne onrning
of drr wood the beat a nearly all of it
available, while from one-half to two
thirds of tho lieat-prodnced during the
consumption of green wood escapes lat
ent and useless in the evaporating jap
in selecting wood for fuel it becomes
a matter of economy to take for fire
wood such sorts only as will do best
service ia raage and stove, leaving be
hind for rails, timber and feaceposia
the varieties which, while possessing
little -value as regards their heating
qualities, stand in the foremost raak for
dnrabilitynnder exposare to the weath
er, other things beta: eqaaL SfeeS
bark hiekoryds regarded as rtprtseat
ing she Bigbest -standard -aoar -forest
trees for feel- and- eallwg tat 10.
otae'r'trees'wmcXHarpatfe'witi H for real
afae aVfaei for hortyarpoees-aa fei-losiaeM-bark-'feiekoTy.
hickory. -93; -white '-ash, 87; white eak,
'; degweod. 75; acrae eakT 73;: watts
ael. 7ti aple-tree,l7w; redaa)c,'i7:
white Beech. 5; beaeet bifciarSX; yeSest
oak, h hard nsiaW. 5a; white 4k. 5.
red cedar. 5w;wild4JeMqv55; yeBow
thb,-54 cbtiUot.,52: jdiow pCBlatv
44; bsjUaraaCaad whiie bcrek,'i aad
3QL-T Mm T, Wmrid.
-5r-Vh i tl n Itilt trtf ?
meat. T ;'".v" ""V4 "" J- " rrp .
IB JhCtr "v" "' , ; " , '. -" J!
. ovcuni u" nca uvy laruncoM ij u;m
Jiuincae. uici ft--uoio iu v n i.i
unique: i-cct thfi slices Miulcientiy tiiin to preaw.
of tho ruin. i'lace in a wiro ba.sVct and dip info
d with full t boHlriir '1ard. Totaioe "thus prvpsrfd
J I rtl tfco otlwr tsy jrd rtacy
of Jsv GcosM, ti AirkJ rSwj
3g? X L2a brolr wni tr to
;ew lork aoi oUott a uacrrvrw
with hlxa. Te WoW apUi4 to
kha what rxt otmukj jsrkt b
cu4e oa tiw Losdo tock Ktckce,
and Krr:i tlt b iw?aM do be.4
o for hita. Goold rrfltctrd. and tbea
uhli "flia: yoa r i no doubt trite;
X tsBialr ece objection, I never pec-
I " Ij there ay ojnla her tor aa
! inteUccUial wnUrr' aid ardttrcd-
nor! tndindaol of aa rdnor. "Yet, my
friend," rrplled "U man of end. A
' ctadV.e carj-nter, forre-la ytxs
jridi, left aa ojcj for yos. Tow ti
tknob to tis right "
' 1ST artuU taerit lb ftaw obta i.
i JMub UU. bx lruMf km H ufctC U
it to-tiar lle xiUtail rciortly lr xirta-
. tlin? L7r, phrtela. Wxrtac U
PrrAKio oi piatiier
TtbnMi t-viiU rt.
U ca!asat U
l Tiik Iltubers .hiy Lttdfrqaott Mr.
. 3!irtlW Krr. hilrr CtsV.. Mltnt jr?4
bidljr tuudU har Ub $U Jcti OU.
j Tnr prvprVtor of a eun-nlll tut Uil
eood-losiklos roa i(!ulUcslM la ripUav
j tloa be hl "TUt eo "ltl t a !Jaif-
Inff ! tuj cvlUn ad iMiwr mu
t lb ca(. t wit- 1aj ub t!x8snw
. tbtoc into tar cStiCMU Tb ink U
1 too crtaL"
, 1TP ffM! ,
..--;-" t--. ii ' IT. T. .
PirnO', M. IX ar'A? M vrlt.
i who hail lYn 1.1 lor prr ivpuan, ml had
tried tnior otbr rnrtljc1ap, iKame totiad
t anU ellrilj:four Kv6rUr l'crliv
t tlon. " if r niw vex !o cured by lit u,
I iftr tvfraljbylcfn hid UJmI to d'sber
) kay sood. oun truly.
J HUM- J. NUA.
Ilr.rone mrrUce she wx dar aJ h
w bcrtrrure, but.afterrrd be bccme
dearer and bf trraturi r
Yot'NG MO. aJ miildle ;ed oa. uf
ferla: Irota ccron Jrullltv tnd Undml
WrVner. cnil tbrre tamp for l"rt Ml
bf Dime "rlr lloot. .dar-- AVvmuo'
lusrr.NSAitv Mctnc.it. AcociATto.v. liuf-
l falo, '. Y.
Point ftftr a that llnd TVllftw an not
Mom, RUUonrb apircM.c tbcw lu their
work. -V. (J. J'nautu.
Sick and bUiont brwulAchc, and 1I de-
I ranzetnciiU of ftnnncli and bdMU, currd
I liv lr. Pierre'i. l'elkt "or antl-blliom
Cranulri. r. ccnt rlK So ch
to movc &lc ol irtu.
Covpr.s the ground 1 be roof of a flour
rciuitan or IxunHng-houn I Urtrd, to
ahertlr tUat tbry u the ChUrr oV
XrKiifd Ovai Pitk.
'Wlllfam J. CourbUn. ot Soraerrlllr. M,
aj: "In the IlT of liTt I r Utcn rub
rwUnt btrtdingofttiunvt,tooXb1h 'Tfr
couch. I wu aJtuUtcJ to tbr City Uotpiul.
While there the doctor iil I bid bjJrlainj
lrUluneu t!zati!filol!r I jrreurboje,
but a friend told nie of Dr. Wu. lhu.t liilr
bam roKTiic Lt.xi'i. I cot m lottle when to
ravMirprhelruintntnced to (eel tetter, and to
day I J eel In tH-Uer :lrlu tbn I have the pt
three rcart. I wrilr tl.U hoping that cTcryona
filleted with Dmented Lun; will Ukc Dit-Wu.
Hall's Uaijam rou me Lios, and tx con
vinced that LoNSOUTios cax an cvntn '
Alioatureremcdr for Colda, Cotijhu. and all
Cheat and Lun; Dii cae. bold by drujjKlt-
Al.Lcountrlc that keep Munplei of tba.
hcft proUiuta of the lauor of othi-r pc 'pie,
for rxhIWtlon for thdr own workmen, uc
thr Charier Oak lUnge n a tatnplo ol the
bet of lt kind cer nmlc. T-".
'TNlXJ.v Co., Chicago, want an ajentfor
their ' l,unch":cCisar In every tywn.
l.n ttnnri nro nnlf IXXlIblo whril TOtl
J Jill c co d malerlata to cmk, a pood cook and
a Charter OaK lint;c to cook w uu. w-o
Light coiouut r 3 cJr Axle Oteae aoon
eari off. (Jrt the genuine Krazer.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Sniffs Tonic Syrup
1 -FOR TME'CUUE OF
FEVER and AGUE
' Or CHILLS and FEVER.
Tht proprietor of tils celebrated tnedielM
jutlrelaimt for it tiaperforityoTtr allrea
edies evtr offered to the pnblie far the BATE,
CERTAIN, SPIEDY aad FKK AREXT enr
of As u and Fever, cr Chill tai F7er, waeta
cr ofihort cr lngctaadiag. Hereferi to the
entire Wetteraisd Sasthera coantryto bf,r
him textintoayito the truth of the mertioa
that in no ease whatever will It fail to cure if
the directions are 1 trictly followed and carries
eat. In a great xaany"cam a tingle deee hae
bcecaufteieat far er, aad wbele fajaiHee
have bees cared by aauigl bottle, with a per
fect reitoration of the rereral Laltk. It le,
however, pradect, aad-la wary cae aore cer
tain to care, if iu use la eoatlnKed la saiallar
doses for a week or two after tneUisease hu
bees; checked, hot eepeelelly 1 diSealt e,s4
lfing-standing cue. Usually thie awdlelae
will not require any aid to keep the bowels ia
rood order. Ihtald'ttrepetieat, however r
-eraira acathtrtiemosMiie. mtut kat ing tak&m
Xmitt or four doses ai the Toalc. a sicf le doe
ef FULrS TEOZTASLT FAMILY PILLI
will be afScieat." h
The Eeauiae SMITH'S T0KCSTJKJ? aiM
nave BB. J0HH BULL'S private etusp oa x
bottle. DX. J0JT BULLoalyhas tbe ricbtt
mannfactare aid sell the edriui J0MK J.
SMITH'S T0VIC ST1UP, ef LoaisTille. Ky.
Examine well the label oa each bottle. If my
private stamp is nofca eYxh bottle do art
parcba.se, or yoa. will be deceived.
Manufacturer nl Vtnr at
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
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