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17 L. THOMAS, PuMlahar.
--" llED CLOUD,
a trades umox:
Tin aA to scf a lovo to-tralo
In whli hsuctifplcn 11.1 stri-os ftrosaald.
A man who'l! iinlrrtaVT tlfo
or ww!!ivl Ml tioulil curry
Th-so ralwi of how in trvat tar wife
Then runner milter marry.
A woman is, you will otvrv-
AuMrclj iw shfx-mnkcr:
Sojimi mut moldtjr with n ncrr
Anl Imj the uiantua-ina-cr.
You must !ui-iHirtcr in hraij'Io;
fJ!". h'-r n ur"r money,
Ati'l rec-rolkvtrr jlcant Kmlle
Will turner sweet as hoiicy.
"When a-hc ! ool'llrij- tishcr up,
Hut ! not - inca n snllor:
IIo us Jiurint!" may caulker up,
And ciirer wiH-ath.it tailor.
To teller nil miit l-o your plan;
11111 iiestiniiir )it. neverl
KxtM'rlcno; doth l leher 1
'1 lie vfitvltun of Uiln, ovc
On no necounliint-vjr vrben she
Is fttigry. fur horno-a-hopr
An j 011 reply you II Mirry lo -Aj-ijiiMij
word may woo tier. .
Uml dnitnuier rolilileni never drink.
Nor mk tHr-bn'c('r"vr.
1 Kite's a lecturer ilon't think
To plujcr bleep U clover.
Don't nay you'ro liroker-j-nfn when alia
notuaxrtrmcr nrn for tnanry.
T writer woi!rir fr V"
l Jewflr r innicu kiinuyX
siiftt ' iMi'T nvm-rshow
ritf riif,r wnffr tn
ir nil' J hur iuitlier.
When -ho ting .rMI-r PtunJoy panU
In which you'vo Irtitch-'r mono,
Hurt tyor not with anjrry (rimics"
Jim aettir llttlo fiiun.
you'll h.ivc n moth'T-ln-lawynr kno r
Who'll often juliier liiti(-htr.
And when diu t.ikcs your Ktillptor ellOW
She's "bos" you ill take water.
Do not make eoojM'rllf for 8bo-ll
For try your artist to conceal
You can't thin trustees broken.
Keepf-r I mm auctioneer or fur;
Hut nhouM lio driver bnriraln,
A ml buyer elTk or family Jar,
Don't ay "both cracked," and far grin,
It your neat rirea4-inakcr ro'pect;
!iiKHetorown with ploaure.
Don't Ikj 11 "miwon" but select
'i'lio bxlgo that holds your troasuro.
Keep ir.inlener. If fanncr-iallu
To shield lii.p Is your dot v.
Conductor mroly thnniKh firo's piloJ,
And helper kicH.r b-auty.
When e'er you take earpnU'r wrlght
Von mint hand author I'dlcr.
Tor rdioiill you Martcr Jailors Hplto
You'd wiwIht liiiiiu't met her.
tmii merchant renxon nlway set
Wlnii liuiiti' h mukcxnlatcr
Your conilmr home. Don't iiiako endct.
I'mfiMsorlovu nor hate her.
Hat tender when y 011 npoak. Don't lot
Ono biirlM-r-ows ton-ciittor,
1 or men tt ho't o ifllder wlto, regret
With feelings Hk, too utter.
Another lime, pcrtiaiw. wheelwright
Fomu other rule wo know, sir.
Hut lhe-o It will not tutor flight.
If balUirou tiould grocer.
. C lhi.jt. In X. 1. amvhic
THE VOUXfS SWUK-MAKEKS.
A Story of Northern Indl.ina.
Forty yeurs at tin upper portion of
C Cottnty, in Xorlhcru Indiana,
was cotnparalively a wilikrne.s.s. Tliu
hut tiers were few and far between, anil
it. was only after a ritle of many miles,
through forests and across prairies, that
the traveler miht Hud evidence of al
vanciii"; civilization in tliu presence of a
lo cabin, planted on the i-dcof aelenr
iit"; made by tin pioneer's ax. Broad uv
an.scs of pntirie lay to (lie north, with
out the fitt of a 'human habitation,
while vast forests of walnut, oak. ma
ple, hickory, birch and other woods as
J ot furnished few sins that they had
ever been pcnetrati'il by the adventur
ous white man, and these .si;ns were
jirineipally the "blazed" paths, made
by uniting thrqugh the liark to the
Avhito wood of the trees, a sign scarcely
distinguishable after twilight set in.
Here and there they had been marked
out by hunters, or county surveyors, ami
they were always a welcome" sight to
tine who found himself lost in the "track
Occasionally tho long-desertod camp
of the departed Indian was met, adding
to the sense of loneliness that fell upon
the rover venturing to traverso theso
wilds, and what was still more startling
was thu appearance now and then, in
some especially secluded spot, of a red
man's grave. And yet. it was not a
grave in our sense of the word since tho
"untutored savage," iu these instances,
had not buried his dead, but had built
an oblong pen of poles, some eight feet
in length by four 'in width and three
anil one-half feet in height, in which tho
corpse was placed in one end in a sit
ting posture. Such a sight was not an
agreeable one, as the body, or rather the
skeleton, in those days, could be seen
through the crevice "of the enclosure,
which frcqucntlv had been widened bv
tho wolves in llieir frantic efforts to
gnaw through and reach the remains of
the warrior whose spirit, was then far
away on tho happy hunting-grounds,
oblivious of the peril to his abandoned
lleh and bones.
Tho winter of 181 had been unu
sually severe, tho temperature frequent
ly dropping below zero, and tho snows
that had fallen earlv iu December lav
upon the ground until tho latter part of
February. Everywhere tho streams
were locked in icy fetters and not ear
lier than the middle of March were they
wholly free from their long and weary1
thralfdom. But with tho first month o"f
spring tho sun began to warm every
thing to lifo again, and tho brooks
leaped joyfully along, the birds returned
to their accustomed hauuts. and nature
issumed. once more something of her
Among tho settlers of the region, ho
greatest ditliculty, in connection with
the domestic and culinary departments
of their homes, was the procuring of
clothing and provisions. Game was
abundant, it is true, and tho ritlo
afforded them supplies of venison, wild
turkey, geese, rabbits, etc, but to those
who had enjoyed tho luxuries of old
Java, Hio and Mocha and refined sugar,
there seemed to bo a something lacking
that could never bo restored. Instead
of the broadcloth and casstmere, "tho
male portion of the household contented
themselves with jeans or coarser fab-
lies, woven upon tho hand-loom of somo
fortunato neighbor, and tho women
were satisfied with linscv-woolsey and
calico, while parched wlieat took tho
place in tho coffee-pot of the fragrant
berries from Arabia and Brazil; tho
sugar made from tho sap of tho rock
maple, which grew in great numbers
throughout tho country, proved a sweet
substitute for the more aristocratic and
costly "loaf," then, so highly esteemed
in the older States.
With the genial sun and airs of
March, tho settlers began the manu
facture of maple-sugar, and old and
young partook of the fun engendered
alwavs in and about tho " camp." The
Be ready, for with tho March sun
Tho maplo trees begin to run,"
had been heeded, and innumerable hol
low "spiles," made of tho elder-bush,
and troughs hewn out of tho buckeye
and huge iron kettles, and vessels of
every description were hauled to tho
scene of operations. The trees having
been bored and the "spiles" inserted
that were to convey the saccharine
juice to the "troughs," they "began to
run," and that so briskly, that inHow
ard Inskip's orchard of two hundred
splendid maples they kept all hands
busy for a full week, day and night,
emptying the vessels, "boiling dowa,-"
'stirring' to the required grain, or pour-
njr the granulating sqbtfMce into'Uwj
kMifM and mould to harden and 0
broken up when wanted in the future
Saturday afternoon arrived, and, the
Mp not flowing very freely, Mr. Inskip,
with all employed, except his son, a hid
of fifteen, and a lass his junior by some
two years, loft the camp for their rc
BjHiclivc homes, Harold being charged
by his father to "look after things" and
start with Jennie for home "before sun
down." "AH right," replied Harold, "Jennie
and I will be at the 'Hill' by the time
it is dark, anyhow, if it Is three miles,
for you know we arc both good walk
ers." And as Mr. Jnskip and party
disappeared in the forest, he fell to
work righting affairs in the camp with
inc assistance 01 tjcnmu .McMillan, a
brifrht-haircd, buxom and Jiravc little
girl, adopted as a daughter into the In
skip family, a favorite with all, and.
perhaps, articutariy so with Harold.
But there was more to arrange titan
was cxtKicted, and the tun had set and
twilight come on, and the great forest
through which they hail to pas loomeu
up black, and the sky was hidden by
clouds threatening to deprive them both
of moon and starlight, while they hail
only a " blazed" path to follow through
the dense and dark woods. It was not
a pleasant walk in prospect for Jennie
and Harold, but thus far in their bright
and sunny lives they had learned noth
ing of fear. Their hearts tvere innocent,
and guilt alone hath dread " of things
seen and unseen."
" Come, Jennie," said Harold, " nil
is ready now to start, and I shall take
my ax along."
" But you don't want it at heme to
night, andit is solo-avy you willget' tired
carrying it; lcsidus 3011 will want it here
on Monday," urged Jennie.
"That's true, but I don't mind its
weight; then Mime straggler might drop
into camp ami steal it. O, yes, I'll Like
it with me," and throwing it on his
shoulder, and clasping Jennie's hand in
his. they walked out of the dying camp
tire's light into the gloom of the dark
ness, ami one following them at a rod's
distance could not have discerned their
oui-lincs; and for a few minutes they
were as mule as tho gigantio jioplars
and black walnuts, between whose
trunk they groped their way.
"O, Harold, isn't this a dreadfully
dark night?" asked Jennie, in an under
tone, as if fearful of disturbing tho aw
ful huih above and about them.
'Yes, Jennie; but it won't bo
until we reach that bit of prairio
runs into tho wood, and then we will
have some light. You don't feel afraid,
do you?" and Harold pressed her baud
" No, but then, Harold, I though
just now There! hark! don't you hear?
There's something following us!" and
Jennie drew up closed to the side of her
companion, who, pushing her quickly to
tho front, stepped back, and, peering
into the d-irkuuss, saw but a few feet
distant a black object,
" I see it," ho replied, " it's only the
big black dog that neighbor Houston
brought from Pennsylvania last week.
I'll call him. Here, Carlo! come here!"
As tho supposed Newfoundland
deigned no answer in any manner,
Harold remarked: " Ho's a surly brute.
We'll let him alone. Come, Jennie,
we 11 go aueati," ana pulling ner arm
through his, they moed forward, oc
c'iioually looking behind, and always
finding that tho intruder on their atten
tion was still keeping them company.
At last the little space of prairie was
reached. At the point where their path
crimed its peninsular shape, it was not
more than a couple of hundred yards in
width, and tho high grass and dead
leaves had been beaten to the ground by
the heavy snows of the past winter.
Having emerged from tho thick gloom
of the wood into tho open light of tho
moon, which nt that moment t-hono
through a rift iu tho clouds, Harold
turned to look at their four-footed
companion, just as, half in shadow,
half in light, it crouched backward and
uttered a yell that rang out over tho
prairie, and echoed through the forest,
and curdled the blood in tho veins of
the young Migar-makors.
Involuntarily Harold's hand swung
his at into tho air, and recovering him
self iu an instant from his surprise and
horror, he sprang forward, his uplifted
weapon gleaming in tho moonbeams,
and seeming no weightier than a child's
hatchet iu his grasp.
" Do not run," ho cried to Jennie;
"'tis a black wolf, and there aro others
in tho forest to whom ho is calling. If
wo run. we aro lost. Perhaps 1 may
frighten him away;" and with that ho
rushed at tho beast, whose eyes glared
at him with an indescribable fury.
But the attempt was abortive; tho
shaggy and ravenous wolf only retreat
ed to tho bushos skirting tho open
ground, and when Harold and his
frightened ward resumed their walk, it
boldly camo out, and by tho timo they
reached tho opposite wood had ap
proached so near that, fearing it would
leap upon them, Harold again sprang at
the savage creature, brandishing his ax
in its very face. Finding that it could
do nothing safely alone, tho wolf now
set up a scries of appalling yells that
filled their hearts with terror and in
creased tho anxiety of Harold, who
knew that if tho apparently half-famished
animal was reinforced by ono or
two of his fierce species, they would not
hesitate to mako an attack. If they
could only have tune before tho sum
moned succor came, they would reach
"The Hill" in safety; but it was still a
full mile and a half "distant, and a deep
ravine was to bo crossed on a rude
bridge not more than five feet in width,
and this spot might bo called the battle
ground, in case assistance camo to their
Harold thought of this contingency
with alarm. Tho ravine was deep and
dark, and on a narrow, unbalustraded
bridge, tho odds in a struggle would all
bo in favor of tho wolves. He said noth
ing in regard to his anxiety, but urged
with calmness tho necessity of increas
ing their rate of speed, determined, if
fiossiDlo, to pass the dreaded spot boiore
iclp arrived fqr their persisting and
"Jennie," ho said, "Ihavonothcard
any answers to thoso horrid yells; but
let" us walk faster." and then if they do
follow us to The Hill,' why, you see, I
will givo ono of them at least," and that
is this old black villain behind 115, a bul
let that will make vou re-christen 'Kill
buck,' and call it 'Kill-Wolf.' "
To this Jerinlo faintly replied: "I
hope so, Harold; but here wo are at this
dreadful ravine. I wish wc were over
it in safety. Listen! what was that?"
and, as sho spoke, wild yells broko on
their cars from two directions, and cer
tainly from no great distance. They
were answers, and announced help close
at hand help for the fangs eager to
fasten upon tho throats of their antici
Harold's worst apprehensions wore to
be realized; no source of escape was
open, and yet tho frail structure which
they had now reached might prove the
means of their salvation; At the last
halt, to face the wolf, Harold had cut a
stout hickory club, and, hastily sharp
ening one end, he gave it to Jennie, tell
ing her, in case of attack; to"use it vig
orously, keep close to his side, aad by
no means to become separated from him
Before the middle of the bridge was
attained a fierce howl at tho western
end warned them that they were to
contend with the wolves ia front as well
as in the rear.
"StantLnnn! Do Hot move to either
side, Jennie," shouted Harold, as he
struck a tremendous blow at the savajro
beast which leaped atlas breast, aad.
receiving tha full force of tha keen
weapon, fell over the edge of the bridge
mto 1MB ixmnaz terrene oeiow toes
"That ?aKl wi4
rWw ' fTtP,""i
wore. Look "5HT Jnti. H&wmmy
are ia frost o:yo? I mm see twoof
three here," aad at that atomea
Harold was agata baset bv the infuri
ated bcasta, rat dealt hk blows m
rapidly aad with sttch effect that they
could aot reach hb persoa. Standing
with her back to HaroldX Jennie was
brarely facing the foe. wielding her
scar-iike club, and striking to tha
right and left, when suddenly ihe ex
claimed: " Harold, help! there are too many.
Oh, my arm!" Quick as a ligbtniajr'a
Sash. Harold turned, and with a blow
crashed tho skull of the ferocious
monster that had fasteaed his teeth
tijKin her left ana. aad was striviag to
drag her to the earth
But they were not to 1 baffled of
their prey thus easily, and the remain
ing wolves, gnashing their teeth and
tillering howls of rage, agaia dashed
furiously forward, their Jjreen eyes
flashing like baleful tire. Two had'al
ready been dispatched, yet the number
seemed increasing, aad that gave them
renewed boldness. Harold felt that
the etrength of himself and his heroic
little companion could not much longer
sustain tho impetuous attack of their
tireless and unyielding adversaries.
"Jennie, dear Jennie ho cried,
"don't despair; wo will yet beat them;"
and as another brutish lieml sprang at
hit face and fell crippled and howjing 00
the footway', the pack seemed for a
moment staggered and confounded.
But it was only for a moment, and,
to Jennie's horror, she dicorcrcd tho
dark forms of their new recruits stealing
up on the end of the bridge.
" Mercy, mercy! Harold, what shall
wc do? 1 can swing this club no longer.
Oh, help! holp! help!' and her despair
ing cry rang out nbovo the snapping
and howls and yells of the beleaguering
wolves like the last wail of exhausted
agony tho final importunate call of ex
It appeared as though she had uttered
her own death-knell, for the sound had
not died away among the shrinking
echoes of .the ravine, ere the wolves
made another ami more desperate rush,
but rt'ere met with unabated courage
and obviously fresh strength in the arms
of tho attacked. Thick and fast tho
blows were mined around, and furiously
the maddened beasts were prosing thu
youthful defenders for their lives, when
suddenly a rillo report from the western
slope of the hollow was heard, surmount
ing tho confusion ami noise of tho con
flict, now plainly revealed by the light
of the moon bursting tijKin the scene.
"Saved!" saved!" cried Harold; and
the next instant, down on tho bridge
like a tempest, dashed Inskip with a
half a dozen stalwart and armed
hunters, who had stopped at "Thu
Hill" on their return home after night
fall, and, learning the apprehensions
felt nt tho non-appearance of Harold
and Jennie, had oficrcd to accompany
Inskip and ascertain the cause.
So impetuous was their charge on
hearing Jennie's despairing cry, that I
tne woives were uikcii oy surprise, anu
those confronting her were either
crushed by thu clubbed rifles or hurled
into the swollen and tumbling torrent
at the bottom of tho gorge. Harold, in
tho excitement and wild joy of relief.
Hung his bloody ax at the last retreating
wolf with a "there, take that for a part
ing blow," and had tho gratification of
seeing tho baffled brute disappear iu tho
bu-hes dragging away his hinder legs,
broken by the well-aimed blade, while
Jennie fell into tho strong arms of her
foster father, anil wept silently upon his
manly and faithful bosom tears of grat
itude to Heaven and him for deliver
ance from a hideous death.
Those wilds of C County now
"hlo-som liku thu rose." Tho vast for
ests have disappeared. Thriving towns
and villages have sprung up iu scores,
and well-til'ed and magnificent farms
aro evidences of contentment and pros
perity. Tho iron horse awakes the echo
of iLs lulls, and its white plume itoats
over its prairies, while peace, plenty and
intelligence combine to render happy its
well-to-do and hospitable citizens.
Harold and Jennie lonir since repaid
each other's faithfulness on that event
ful night, by linking their hands and
hearts together for lifo, while often, by
tho evening's cosy fireside, have tho
rosy-checked ctuldrcn ot the sugar-makers
of. 184- beggod papa or mamma " to
tell again that story about tho wolves."
A Pica for English Opera.
Tho following is a copy of a letter
sent by Silas G. Pratt, the composer, to
a gentleman eminent in musical circles,
regarding Mr. Pratt's opera "Zcnobia,"
which is to Ikj produced at Chicago in
June, with Cary and Lilta in leading
roles, supported by a ononis of law
voices aim an orchestra of GO perform
ers. Tho letter will be of exceptional
interest to musicians in all parts of tho
" Tho groat interest you have shown
in the opera Zcnobia' and its success
encourages mo to speak plainly and
earnestly with regard to the lyrical
drama in America, and the causes and
hopes that have led to tho conception
aud completeness of the work. It is
known that opera in a strange tongue is
onjoyed to a very limited degree, only
tho.su parts that are melodic and beau
tiful without words holding tho listen
ers' attention. Dramatic work based
upon tho thought solely is lost, for if
one seeks to get the sense (pathos, love,
hate, or whatover sentiment it may bo
intended to portrav) by following -tho
translation, tho action and appropriate
ness of tho music arc unnoticed. And
if ono looks at the action, ono must
guess at tho word, and in the puzzle tho
syllabic power, tho thrill of scnc, the
beauty and strength of musical treat
ment are unheard. The prejudice against
tho English language musically has
passed away, having beca; based upon
an improper use of it, rather than from
any deficiency of euphony inherent in
the speech itself; because, also, the trans
lations of Italian operas in the main
were absurd, at times even disgusting.
the fault being as much with the original
text, however, as with the translator. It
is a fact that Germany to-day possesses
a national opera, and Franco may also
claim a similar distinction; and when it
is known that the vernacular of both
theso countries possesses all tho un
musical qualities of our own. and many
in addition (as the guttural ch in ich,
dich, mich, the z in zart, tho tz, thesch
as in schon, etc, in the former, and the
nasal peculiarities so well known in tho
latter), tho Emrb'sli-speaking nations
may justly hope "for a like result in thcir-j
mother tongue. Again, tno paucity 01
poetical thought, tho shallowness of
plot, in Italian opera more especially, in
many instances giving situations that
appeal to the baser passions, encour
aged me to attempt jx Jvlghcc standard
of charaotenT with appropriate ideas.
Theso reasoas. with the desire
to give our country a work that might
claim the respect of the musical people,
the hope of contributiag something to
the establishment of American opera,
and the wish to enter a protest against
the immoral toae of many graad operas,
with the firm belief that" the, paWio ia
generatwill sustain aay-sincere effort
at elevating the standard ..ef the lyric
drama in our country, have "been the in
centives holdiasr aie to the. work of
i completion, the dradgcry of detail aad
the task of revising aad correctiujr.
May I not hope for a kindly reception
at the hands of ray' own eobntryrnen,
and while desiring ao favors oa accoaet
of nationality, except that ia consider
ing its merits they will put aside the
prejudice so revalent agaiast Ameri
caa composers, aad treat the sabject at
fairly as though it were written by a
citizen of sobm foreiga hud, that Hawy
ot he said it is a austortaaa, u areata.
tn ha hm in imariM"
The f6DowinclseellfiCdrarl4 frrea
the nrn of Dr. i fr Srnlh, U'k-
Ingtbn, D. a, ari i alike jujptfeabi to
all seclk of th cumttrr: Ilow to nrc-
vest seed from 4cterionuMr & a tost
Important quest bn lying at the fotzsda
tion of an agiiemrat aaa'hortjcnlfWral
pruspcritr. Satire's law k to " mnl-
I 1.. mm
uuiy mu repicaui." a aufter a to
the particular qialitv. but v en thing
as to quantity. I'lkc eurTlval of the
atist governs the nudu Bat Na
ture's onerationl are too Alow for nnr
short lire, so thdbtiiine of the culti
vator is to aid ratther Naturf. and the
reach the Lest trulti in the shortest
period. It is 1 fact too vAl knon
that, ordinarily, itojry deteriorate, and
lhw, forboo rcaiit). bVcatue the eccd
becomes vtcakoied. The Jory of
" Dceru's Jmprond Lima IScaua" will
illtwtratc thu Ha and explain ihe
whole indus ojKikndi of faring ccd.
Some years ago gardener aked our
Mr. Saunders ho? he could improve tho
Lima bean. He 'was told to find, if
poAsJblc. a jhkI kating at least four
oeans; the nextJaMn to plant the one.
the largest and lt of these, tho neit
Keawm to select zi before one bean, the
one which not oiy seemed to the cyo
the largest and bJt. but tho ono that
could weigh tht most, and then to
puraue this mcthxl for sc-eral rars.
The result wc all know is a really great
improvement of tint delicious vrgntable.
Une has asked vhy arc our melons m
inferior nowadays. "The answer L that
pal ni are not taker, iu aing tho seed.
There is a variety miLk melons old
by one of our fieedmien, the Hunter"
melon, which HhMiwes this point. A
Mr. Hunter recehet soaiu years ince,
from abroad, seeds of a very choiro
melon. Theso wen planted and tho
fceed of only the very best were sated.
In this manner has tliu K'od lecti select
ed, anil now, after nore than twenty
years, this variety cosumantU the high
est price in our'markets, and tho wed
sells for three dollars pur jwund, hi!o
other varieties can bchadfor fifty ceata,
and aro dear at that.
I have seen a stalk of corn bearing
ten cars. Of course, this ninefold In
crease came from felecling tho icciJ. at
firt. of a stalk that bore two gwxl ear?,
then there would le a few with tlree
ears, and so on until the grand result
was reached. I know that many farm
ers say that if they can get ono good etr
oil" each stalk they will be satl-tied.
Well, such are not very particular, anil
will bur corn from a neighlKir's crib and
plant tho best of this. ' Of course they
get only an ordinary crop. Is not this
the rcaon that growing Indian corn
has Income such a poor and implying
business? For my part, 1 will hi tho
idiots grow this corn, and I will pur
chase it in the fall for les than two dol
lars per barrel.
Wo have many new varieties of wheat,
but if 1 were grow ing it I would screen
out from ono hundred bu-hcls say one
bu-dicl of the largest and pluuijcst ber
ries, and sowing this would tho next
season do likewise, aud would ultimate
ly get the very best seed wheat. There
is one other itfea involved iu thi matter,
to which we all need to take heed. It
is the seed that impoverishes the soil.
Tho more seed tho greater tho drain,
ami therefore tho greater need of more
Well, brother farmers, let u be wide
awake, intelligent aud teachable, and
thus make our business thu noblest and
grandest hi tho world.
Kveryj'ear's experiomv teaches tho
farmer ruan3AaluahIc le.s)ns. The
question of .seed corn hn.s been rvpentcil
ubout every third year Mneu tin: ijlati'
was settled. .Sometimes it has been
cmphaM.cd iu a way it seems as if it
would never again be forgotten. After
last year's expensive ex'ericiiee it would
appear to bo useless for an editor for tho
present generation to beg the farmers to
carefully test their seed corn before
planting time. And yet thousands oven
this year will proceed blindly in tho
same, way they have heretofore. And
wh'Mi the aro defeated will ati:fy their
conscience and creditors by Kiying: I
thought it would grow.,T A farmer
ought to knoxo without relying in o im
portant a matter on lib thoughts.
Last year a third of tho wheat in the
State was badly damaged, and much of
it totally destroyed by bad stacking
The owner Uionyht ho was tracking it
right. There is no excuse for ha ing a
stack of grain get wet inside. If the
grain slants the right way tho water al
ways follows the inclination of tho straw.
This is an iuvat iablo law, aud if a farm
er is so stupid as to stack his grain so
that the inclination is iu instcadof out,
he should not be astonished if his year's
labor has been all in vain. There has not
been a slnglo year iu the hist twenty-five
but millions of dollars worth of gram
has been mined in Iowa by bad stack
ing. And there is only one defect, and
the error is so simple that anyone can
comprehend and avoid it, aud yet wo
suppose it will go on as long a. grain is
Another serious matter is letting the
work on tho farm get a week behind.
After corn is planted, if it bo kept a
week too long before harrowing no in
genuity can ever repair tho damage. In
the growing season, if the wccis and
grass, by a week's delay, get the start
of tho corn, all of the improved ma
chinery in the world cannot regain what
is lost. If tho corn is not clean and
thoroughly cultivated by the time hsy.
wheat ami oats have to be cut, it is
impossible IcmIo justice to all of them
at once. A 'week behind at harvest
means a defeat of the profits of tho
year's crop. If thrashing is not done
before corn gathering, the latter is
pushed into the cold and disagreeable
weather, the boys aro cross, sour and
disgusted with farming. The corn is
left in tho field all winter, stock and
wild animals and birth destroy one-half,
and tho niortgago on the farm is not
paid off. All the-.e evils and vexations
and losses grow out of being a week be
hind. And a fanner who has lived
one miserable year on thisaccount ought
to commence "right this "year, and bo
always up Avith the times. Iowa State
Laanckcd bj Electricity.
In launching the gigantic English
turret-ship, appropriately named Colvs
8US, recently, elcctricity'vras employed
by means of an ingenious contriva"nco
which conncctcil the dog-shores with a
large magnet: and in a similar manner
tho christening was irfornieiL Simul
taneously yith tho breaking of tha bot
tle over the ship's nose. a'rausicaT In
strument inside an ornamented box was
set at work, and Rnle Britannia" was
tho result. By tht time the course was
reported clear, and as the ?hipgavrt?Jcv:i
dencc of anj-iutvjo leave the cradle it
was deemed advisable, though ten min
utes before time, to let her go. The
pressure of the launching button was
followed bv a heavy thud. Thft weight
aad fallenTantfthc"dog-shorc5 had been
knocked away. The hip rcovcU in
ataatly. aad the huge mass of 4,420 tons
r-tho'aearkst ever lavac&ed from the
Fortsmoth- yarJ-rglidcd gracefully
'dowa tho IncliaeI plane Into the. harbor..
PaatKl'lheianscof the bands and the
thusiastic cheras of the laultitace.
The death of Wood Hite. Jccse
James' pah, who was killed near Rich
aftond. Rae., the same day that Jesse
JimriT was burietl la Missouri, was
brocseat about, the Coroner s Jury said,
bjankoown persons. He was buried
as a TjaHpcr. the ofScIatiag mlnater re
atarkiag b- way of esJogy that the
character of the dead saaa was so wll
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turn uilMiU fo4 hi Ki7 Wrt - fet
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lea la tat wttylMt rt. to tlr
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hex tad U u tamsUlelj csrri r Uw ta
fstal Ma. Joats cum to ' t- !r&rrk
sttta m eV;v3a:ktc; Iras, wort ii: IT,
TJk dk ifcr hha 0-1 &J sr fete U-rk
room, Ji atsArr xt ror, HA &jrtrt -&nr,
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feia vftllA ea tt li l&U, -. m
f-x'.cl -fix; t cvuVla t rrftca Hk fem4 xs4
tac cuter IU rot -if os Uufe. m
-ce tx rck, ftstt Id: ie rooe it jx.
Ati Uti ira hi oxa bwi. ti 0tcl tlut
old trcak, taJ uxlt Itat) ia &&1 oq: of It,
ti-e fta.Iioni r-lWU oat U ot M mlt toe -o..
tUVUr-a, rui wtct J pot r&rte dtxn, toe
in UjtX the cltfk toezot to d?u hit
treat iuir, ad est oot bAl dj tiVt
ciucta; tU rlxtt t&ca enS. u t!t tortff
eat oat ta ti I -! Ur doa UlJ.
Morftt ccr djdiln to go throcs& ft traofc
t cs it kA cic;i- V&a cva't tell -r!u:
S Ver Wlitt.
Whra rsftn Ut Wca o forts-ate utotM
S bricii-jrJ, yrmiA, fcMn-?opi" rUt, S
tbaoW t- ri-cufrr cafrftil of tr keiTta. An
iurcUd w.fe or xcoVbtr i Ctt-lUt Ut lVd.
sm! -ft, atclt-sc, ta jne of lore, tad ca-t,
fttxt tculra, oar oon faJW io pt tlrfc.
Iksinatr: tth Irmrulftritir ftBt "jft;-lft,
tfcc crWTftJ Lcolth t-ccUu to til ioek
S, rxrrouft pnutrtKn, kr-4rtpi, etc.
Cuke life rai.erftb.e. Tbcci.rcLa (wot :r.
ttc eye stow lUt!, tbr brrt ftcttoa y
teebical, the -stU rik, a- cj of tt ;ff
rr-omry, tlrtlT &-i cn&ftrj orj;o u t
rt-ault. F- rrtorio(- tcVJy oop& to trillii
ftatt it react h, 1t. Oujolt Ylk iJock ft-kl
fcira;.xrtiu etcet ftfl ether ocJtdBr. It t
ft true Ui&lc, lu prtitdpftl lKmllrnU trc
Vcllo-r Iksric, rJrt'iftrul, Juniper, Iron,
haeho, Celrrj ml C-JUf hark It bctUis
up thr ftsi!c jtcm, fttul will poitlrrlj cere
fatlinj; of ite votah, lrrrsulAritlrft, liucor
ba, Jjfpta, tc.
OLXovanoAitxe, itfl:e tl Llrh 1d41b
name, it batter fraud after ail. iju CVo
, Mu.Abthch B.Cowt'ss.of Newport, Kt.
write. '! wlh to !: a k 4 onl ftir Ir
Guyaotl'i YrJluv IXxk an.! NiraaparilU. Mr
wife auflcm greatly from a complication of
dltcaffft, cmltae in ft mUea-Tlae which for
, mot 1 tin confined ner to h-r ted. fchelml dt
er fullr recoTens", and at lime corajJatnM
erefelrof a treUvg of tjearlaj un, t.Ie
ler jvrtvl were rty Irregular arxl rate tcr
crcat pam. Her jhjt'.ciin fecw-U tot dotty:
LcrnoRooil winterer. A friend rreornrneDJed
Ir 'lU-aott'a Yellow IVxk atxl Sjna-vullU.
From the flrtt dfe the !e;M to Itnj.ro? e. and
la now a hraJtlij tad trooi- aj younr cUL
1 think It tliC bent tnellclt.e In the world."
" Uxctr." ld a joune rural to hl worthy
relative, "that man prer there wasta to c
' jou." "What di be want! "Dunno,
didn't a-klum." Sj uncle aauntercd orerto
where the tranir-r t, an J aald. "Dhl you
wlh to feeinc, airl" "N't, lr." "1 tve far
dou, hut I wa- told by that yottn j man oTer
there that jrou wanted to ee rae," "Si I ilo.
to I do. I're tecn blind tbcao ten year, and
I want to see anybody."
I Mftlna Jw.
Hop fiitterv, which m adrertl-ed In our
1 column, are a -urv cure for aicue, bUloutnris
, and kidney comj hlnU. Ibo-e, who ue them
. iay they cannot tie too highly rccomineoded.
'Ili-'sc attlictetl b.uld irlve them a fair in!,
) siid wilt become thereby cnthuaUatic in tho
1 "iralne of their csratire qualitle. JWJjhJ
KnsTfiiftXTS are uln? flno aha-ins for
cold lhw, Ucaunc cabbage U too Ulsb. Hti
lanort J-'trry itvrtlay.
t"a-Eerj color of the Diamond I)re it
rxntccL Sec the aamnlea 0 the colored" cloth
at the druc-Uu. dire them one trUI aad
yon will alwav uio them.
What kind of a field It older than you are!
On that ! paMtirazc
Write to Mr. I.jdU K. I'lnkham, Na 213
Western Avenue, I.ynn, !-. , fur oamphlcta
relaUie to the curative projerticnof hrr Veo
tablt Couiound In all female cumUiuU.
Tbk mora that fun Is poked at the poka
bonnit the more the poke tonuet cema to be
I)Vcl Into public ajcmblaRCi. IktrM J-'rt
Could Hardly titaml on llrr Fret.
IL V. I'lBtiCK, M. D., HufTrtlo. X. Y.: Dorr Sir
1 rnaf toll ou what rour medicine haidone
, for inc. Ilcforc laklns your "Favorite Pre
scription" I could hardly itim" on mj fret,
j but, b followini rour advice, 1 am prrfccUy
cured. The Favorite l,rccrlptlon, U a
1 wonderful medicine furdcbillUtrd and nerrou-
femalc. I cannot expre how thankful I am
to jou for our advice. Yours trulj,
Mas. Couxklu A1.1.M0V. I'eoita, la.
TlIB Atnertran VIm tt I. annnnw l.lU
the sublect of a book to Us putillhl oon.
.na uv. iiouncs woiiiu ar, tns iuaic 01 tuo
Toltimc fthould be e-llp-ticklc.
Tlielr OecoitIon f"oni.
IL V. Pi rut B, .M. 1)., HufTalo, N. Y.: I wa
attacked with conj-c-tion, ot the luni-?, rore
tirs over the llTcr, -evere pi!n in the joint.
burnlne fever, and ircncral Kivln awaj of
toe whole ar-tcm. Falllne to nud relief in
remediea pre-crlbed, I tried jonr Golden
Medical Diacovcrj." lteffecte! mj entire care.
Your medicines have only to be ucl to be ap
precUtetl. If every family would (five them a
trial, nlnc-trnthi of the doctor would, like
Othello, find their occupation cone. Yours
truly, L. 11. McMimj- x. L I) , Ilreeport, N. Y.
80x0 of the cheese Will you Ioto mo
when I moutdl" IX lty. Journal.
I HATH the utmot confidence In the malls.
Knckc II for two boxe-, or 12-W post-office
onlcr for It boxes of Celery and Chamomile
pill and I will take all risk for moner and
good. Dr. C. W. Hcnion, 100 North ilutaw
St., Baltimore, 3fd. AI-o proprietor of hi
new remedy and favorite prescription, known
a Dr. Hcnona Skin Cure, recojrnlrcd every
where as the onlr afe and ure remedy for all
dieac of tb Skin and Scalp-
mTaki; back the heart thoa s-avest." Ho
wa a butcher, and the wanted liver. Tscy
don't Ipcak now. At. Paid DupattX.
Tub Worlil' DUpennary and Invalids' Hotel,
at Buffalo, N. Y.. destroj cd by fire a year aso,
is rebuilt and full of patients. For 'Invalid'
Guide Bool." civlng particulars and terra of
treatment, address, with two stamp. Wotu.t's
TntRTT years Ls said to be the lifo of a loco
tnoUrc. rossibly tboy would liro lonrcr If
they did aot smoke so much.
Futs, reaches, ants, bed-bnj-s, rata, mice,
crow, cleared ont by " Roa-;h on Rat." 15c
Tnt boy who was kept after school for bad
ortiosraphy aW be was spll bound.
Ski-cxt Max. " WelU' Health Renewer re
stores health andriffor. cures Dyspepsia. L
THE palmy day or boy's life ar-those fa
which fie gets properly panked by hi Botacr.
Fa-nt-ras. teaasters. don't expert meat, bat
use Fruer Axle Grcftse. It is the best.
It afflicted with Sore Ere, use Dr. Isaac
laoatpsea's tye Water. Druiflau sell It.
" It's no cse to feel of rae wrist, doctVr,"
laid Pat, when the physician bcn UVinj- bis
pnlse; 'tie pain Is not there, -urr; It's ia rae
Lid eatolrcly." ifo-itm Trnmcript.
Tac Bnjtoo Glut Is authority for the tate
iant that a dicazo tei.e rcceatly foand it
lm-v--lb!e to dlszuke berelf in male attire
bcca-ise aha could not get bex feet tirouj-h the
A 3UUC nuT trader certain drcamMaacw be
taken for aaother aad vet not look in tta
very least like him. "I kao- I don't reo
bJe" hiE," sail a very wte arnl ?1 roan,
' tin in as usfarde-rrKmcnt I ia loned the
fellow's note, and T wis taken for him or the
EherifL A. I". Ufrx&L
Ms.8tth (empfeatlcally) "Poor Mrs. SI
rea. Thev say that, site has feeea ordered to a
anaer cllraate. Do you tbiak he wHi roP
Mrs- Brown (-rhalv) 'So, sot whfle she
Br-rraa Mnxu, of Xew York, aceJ oaly
ststeea years, has sacceoled ta swaHowiae a
tea Jouar gold pier. Hero's yoeravf--baak,
yotj-L; tratlesa. JSmin Frtt Pram.
Ax eachassjte a-BBoaaccx a new story,
-.WcKiea Ja BteoA" Jt aay oee fetwis u
tais oOce a siosy wrlttea te Woo-l.Jiwin go
lato the wute bisket isstaater. A rUrr
writtea ia prj4e ink to hsd ese-su-h. Dttrvl
It does acrrarate a asaa to tfirnlr tJkat.
whae LU wuka't afraid to tackle hte aa4
eatiyyaakais head eS, ateis y terrar
iaedhra cow thai he cae chaceeatat! the
rata rut whwhasheea swyhusTisIt to
CnwHathKte said helsevaX ahecthelr
vpeeea, hsK that there they ha Isatreaas,
la amr mmmam Sft2CJa
m V ,VM HVH msii, MMWVRW
A Texas jafer alafsa akat Daks mec 3a,
g aaaoas ef water a iay. We had ae Urn
UseiesraesaeliasiiBtaz atrsskfsn at IW
-r'e were twa that ttecr -nt saeaa
w4ff. Tcms SVUfU -
A rM f l Wm a tsteM.
las caci Ntfi, Nsvtoc Mst a
mmrj, mmelmifi Mi U jtw ro Tt
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iMttM V it ft rrftarut Miy
sl ftcfc3 s4rk. trw t$f4
ftUrartrrriy I is raf - Itilfia4
liij uh at , m, r4 hj.
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jutir hr t ftUtt ft4 !.
' VscpaIj ta ( la ti wait A&4 & ft3
t Tna ft M ft-KS si Cw .' !
tto. !U y-ir wa aa-rltt!! tt A
bK 3ft:ity 6 tfc -rif tW tttTTft 04 "OOS
I WO tUXas. ftl If jvtt t ft9mA i jmr
Ktt JtrUilc, jkj titi.rtV all.ftrtaof
Ft Cart af Craca, Ot
ktai Cwaasuaa. A.
r. tia. okX Istta,
I mil 9i IWI a I
A Will' K l!2l'iflt&e rt tia-U.
aUMttlt)w. aft4r-aaTralt lvXaMsl
r Liri.it. u k
. A Una ami CAK aftav. STVat
MUfetvaftU PrVrCM rm aaraa.
Wt ar srsaaultt Walaia a'JlVtraw.
IrtilH ff if . L1 lW-j-sl llutrj
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AMCC " i"'- - Ij -
WW HlallaaY r.l It nilOTIIKIt aa4
TtlrillB U mt tfc UJ Lift 4 nt (HU
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U rnMr t M ftl txtrafal l M -rh S4.
Arni J. laxl risiir 1.,IH1J v4 whJ
. ttrt ral " rt t f-l vm t-f U"m Unm
iti:uuui a li:ki: i-t its iiiin. i
. Sit MI Ut, l. I"l,
DR. STROMffS FIU5
WELL TRIED UEALTH
onderful 11 lEMEWIMt
FoMbf UmiSnt GratC" rf et.Ur ao.1 a!tr.ar
a ftul twtiu.i.i. Urr r , it -, u
raneuns runt-aiift; rikka f.ui
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Urr Mm la IU" nMia.ta Aay ri w(m Ij .r
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'biiatni aCo, ihK,Ut tfirtf larc Wc
U mk, mwr nrUr a!4 w MIW BOOK I
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U. S. STANDARD SCALES,
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WKKKS k RAT. lrw'n.
HE CREAT CURE
MUhtf illiii xa-sfal tlmin tt t&H
KIOHKYS.LIVia AND BOWCL1
It cVaaaw tha mtfa ef U fterid xntasa
that rauaea ts crrial r iArls irtcli
celf tha vti9 cf lfBni.'lri esn naliaa.
TMOusANoa or CAt.a
ot t worrs Ssrssa cf tbla tc-iblt dlaraa
fear bavnqtucUT'rsUrrail.fta-i ia abort Uaaa
noes, st- ujnt ea par, ot st aarcasTs.
ta Prr cant ml hf loall.
atcaef oDcof crao;rCaala( a, ptBB eaaa
srenpCr taatled for tka yrtCK fett ftwaucao.
fow r-s omul tr t
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OLIYEB DITSON A CO., Botton.
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