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, THE HED CLOUD CHEF.
' M. L. THOMAS, Punllshnr.
AN OLD STORY NEWLY iViV.V-
Joo B1b1j barWIvcd !njjIo for Uslrty-onc
Hut now h'MNMMd In Inko hlrn a wife;
m blch h( ilnl with nil pnimptnc. untrouWod
Of n p.)sI)lii end to the peace of bU Ufa.
But MKin he- dlncovcrwl Ihnt many Iwwc waya.
Which in tliij-9 (r Ills trccdutn tiad sure taken
wcn Hpicnnln;r to her who should brighten
And mint now bo abandoned clw Ufo bo
Ho callryl oti nn old loon companion wio dT-m
Tom Wnynorbis nwnc and ho told blra his
KTitit. .. ,
Thnt is ntthln;r." said Tom, "for all wives
And thonilof them freely express taclr
'Jf you nro In doubt thnt my statetnf nt Is true.
We'll start out nt once, mil will tvc it a
Vc will call at each house and find outby some
If tho wife has nn Intluenoe over the rort.
Wth every man wo enn llinl on tho way
Wlmo wifo has no intlucnce, a cow I will
If vou will permit nil thoe under her sway
The small (rift of unejrir from your hand to
All dHy thy latKir, and ninny n man
"J Ace)ptel his ijcjc with it courteoiit bow;
Hut not otio. when brought under the test of
CouM Im) touud wlioni worthy of taking a
Their final attempt was mado Just boforo
Appruirhlnxn house, an old man they es
pial: 'I prcjiume jou'ro tho owner," said Tom.
"Am I riKhtir"
"l'es, stranger, I'm boss of this ranch," ho re
"Feu're bos Ho you're Mniflc, I tako It," said
"No. indxL I've been married for tweuty-
Jlut, Ixtwlxi you and mo, I would have you to
No wuinau can ever lead me by theears."
Bald J: " Vou'ro the man wn'vo beon seeklnir
Bee. hem uru two oovrs; como take which
On cj:iiiimiii(r tbem both, he preferred tho
Hut continued: "Just wait till I speak to
'My wir doesn't Ilko the old ehort-born at
H-h,iI1. on returning: "your pardon I beg.
Hut J II now take the briudle, although fthu is
No j on won't. siys Tom Waynor. "Joe,
belrcll Free "rfsi.
SMS. IIOItir.3 rOKTIEKE.
7 irn.'un to h:ivu a portiere, suro's
;yoti liv't" niuiouiijed Mrs. Doriil.
' Lor, what's that?" asked l.tieimla.
'Out of Mrs. I'nrlua'.s ni'W recipes? I
hope it's .siiiu-liiiii j;ooI."
"Aori-rc! child ulivu! Don't you
know what tliat is? Thcy's curiaiiH,
iiiiij up t tho iloora. and they hwuim
on tin lloor and they'ro worked with
crewels and yarns and thingi! Lawyer
Urowne's folks, over to Hinlmni, have
real satin hrocadu ones in thu best par
lor, ",ood enough for a gown. But Mrs.
Kitchener, tho house-keeper, she took
uio into her room, and thero they was
nothing hut cofiVe-hagiring, if you'll bu
lieve it. with hits of colored cotton ilnn
liel sewed on 'em; and the bagging ain't
ocr iiftecn cents a yard."
I don't see the good of hanging cur
tains til to the doors; nobody can see
Lor, child, the door is look off, and
the portiere hangs in its place, and looks
might giand, and makes you feel as
though ott was living in a palace."
don't behove it'll deceive jc,"
Hiifled Lu Mmla.
and look out portiere. ' 1 want to know
how lo sucll it. and all about it, and
when Mrs. .lerrv comes in she can'ttrip
me. How cut up she'll be! You know
ii-li.n tin.tliitr lion litt. mo his best, wool-
en carpet she wanted to know if 1 wasn't
afraid ot moths getting into tho house."
Lueinda took down'tho eonsuniplivs
lnokitig dictionary and pondcicd over it.
I don't believe that's tho right
word." she said presently; "there ain't
no such word hero."
No such word! You're just like
your Aunt Jerry Dodd -always making
folks miserable. Don't you sunposo
Mrs. Kitchener kuows, and she living
this twentv year up tor Lawyer
" 1 daresay she's poking fun at you."
"Poking fun at vie! Do you think
Tour mother's a person calkilatetl lohov
lun poked at her, Lucindy Dodd?"
"The Duncans havo got an una
bridged," said Lueinda, waving the
question; "I'll run over and hunt it
" But don't let on what you're Io3k
ing after. 1 want the neighbors to como
inland ask what 1'vo got a-hang.ng up
there, and 1 want to tell 'em, 'a portiere,
to be sure;' and 1 want to so 'em a
tuniing it over in their minds dying of
curioMtv to know what a nri re K but
hating to give in that they never heard
of the thing before!"
But Mrs. Kitchener, who had beon
commissioned to buy the coil'ee bar
ging in Hingham. happened over with
it the next daw
"Do vou know." said Mrs. Dodd.
privately, "we've hunted through, tho
dictionary, and Lucindy's looked in tho
unabridged, and wo can't find portiere,
high or Tow?"
Of course vou couldn't," answered
Mrs. Kitchener. "Why, it's a French
"A .French word!" repeated Mrs.
Dodd; "a real French word! You don't
savso! Whv folks' 11 come from Old
biirv, and Noarfield. and all about to
sec" it, just as if it was a whole menag
erie. Mrs. .Jerrv'll be just nt to uie.
But I don't knoiv what Tom'll say about
taking the door off the hinges.
"I guess he'll talk French," put in
k Lueinda. And he did.
' "Take the door otf tho lunges!" ho
cried. "What tom-foolcry is this, eh?
Are vou crazy, Pamelev? All the neigh
bors"' 11 be laughing at you. Hang your
"That's just what we want to do,"
"The neighbors don't laugli at Law
yer Browned folks, and there's portieres
and portieres all over the house. 1 see
'cm with my own eyes.-"
" And tho doors took off?" gasped
"Blessed if lever heard of such a
thing! It must bo modern progress!
Why not take down a side of the house
and hang up a curtain? What's it for,
anv wav? It ain't pretty; it looks like
a horse-blanket. It'll be mighty nice for
rheumatism and influenzy. Why not
tase the roof off the house instead?"
But for all Tom Dodd's disapproval
the door came off and the portiere,
brilliant with cotton-flannel dragons,
Japanese young men and women, naif
moons, and hieroglyphics reigned im its
stead. Mrs. Dodd was ready for the
" Mercy sakes alive!' ' ejaculated Mrs.
Jerryv who had come in with her
darning for a little gossip. "What on
earth havo you got a-hanging up there?
and where'a your door gone?"
"That? O, that's only a portiere,"
if a portiere in Millvillage was the most
common thing in the world.
t "A what! It looks like a side-show at
the circus, or a poster.3"
"Pran-lwvlirHnn'fMVs tO 'em WOeU
they first see 'em.'" tittered Lueinda.
Father didn't Folks have to be edit-
LAfi imtn 'm lito m tincr tnmatces."
" " "portiere, did yon say? Where'c
"Waireech word." said Mrs. Tom.
r ft J'rrnstjrrri hrr rtiilr rnrrrh. "It
hadn't tre4 tkr.
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'Wo haven't laffered do Inconvea
Jawe," returned Mr. Tom. Joflilv.
"It in't to be wneczed at,"
As luck would hare it, howcrer,
cold snap act in about this time. Mrs.
Iodd piled on tiie coil and shivered
Your what-you-may-call-it don t
seem to keen out the coiii like a door,"
wggcstsd Mr. J rry in another of her
neighborly call. "I don't believe
thoy'li be popular in Millvillage."
'They're popular at Lawyer Urownc'a
and in the first families to Hinghatn,"
returned her sister-in-law.
"Well, Is pose they have a furnace
there, and the price of coal ain't no con
sequence to 'cm. For my part, 1
njiouldn't be able to reconcile it to my
conscience to waste Jerry's substance in
a portiere." !
If Mrs. Dodd had wished to set the
neighborhood agog she succeeded; Mill
village wasn't used to esthetic ideas, i
and the report that she had taken a door '
off the hinges and hung up a curtain in
its stead seemed to their unenlightened
minds the he.ght of absurdity. I
"Hut it really does look ever bo'
pretty," said one genial oul at the sew
ing circle." only my teeth chattered in
my head all the time I sta cd at Miss
"Lucindy tells me it's a new-fangled
notion thev got up to Uinghani; she
says it's afl around there, as if it wx
the measle-i. It s what they call 'Art
Decoration,'" explaiued lirs. Lute
string, the milliner.
"Art fiddlesticks," hnapped Mrs.
Jerry, "the art of taking cold, I reckon,
l'amcley had the doctor last night and
a mustard plaster! I calkilate she's
decorated with a blister by this time."
I'm afeared Miss Itodd's getting
dreadful worldly to bo to took up with
coflee-bagging and cotton-ilannel when
there's missionary work to bo done,"
sighed old Mrs. Treacher.
"Miss Dood's got gentility on the
brain," put in the village dress-maker.
" She wants to lead the lashion in Mill
village." " Ithirfg It's our duty to get up a pe
tition and ask her to hev the door hung
ngain, seeing' s the sewing society's go
ing to meet there next week; it wouldn't
be convenient for all of us to hev the
infltienzy together," suggested the Pres
ident of tho society.
"It's Hying in the face of Provi
dence," suggested Airs. Jerry.
Hut before tho week ended Aunt Han
nah drooped in from Neariicld to make
Mrs. Dodd a visit, as tho weather had
"I thought I'd take advantage of the
warm spell," she exclaimed. "You see
I'm going over to Hingham next week
to hev Lawyer ltrowno make my will,
and I thought I'd slop awhilo along
with you. Paiiicloy, on my way. You
know," she con'-inucd. dropping into a
whisper as though the heirs were all at
her elbow, "if I don't make it and it
seems as if I was old enough every-
to his folks! seeing' s I'm
onlv vour aunt-in-law, having married
your own undo Roger Hill for my lirst
husband and my good-for-nothing cous
in Tom Jackinan for my. second; if I
don't make it, you see, not a dollar' d
belong to you, as I brought you up till
you married Mr. Dodd! Laws is queer,
vou know; so I thought I wouldn't wait
no longer, but tako advantage of the
thaw and hev Lawyer Urowne eut his
folks oil with a dollar."
Hut the thaw was followed by another
colli wave before Aunt Hannah could
start for Hinghiim.
"It won't last lotiff," Mrs. Dodd con
soled her, nud then Tom'll drive you
over in the pung."
"It's proper pleasant here," chir
ruped the old lath, "and 1 wouldn't
grudge staving all winter, if his folks
Tiad onh been cut oil". How well Hen's
woolen carpet wears, and thehorse-hair
furniture looks so genteel. hen you
1II1UIIIIIU ,ww,vo v, i. j
"r.tTny legacy ain t thero a door open
somewhere, l'amcley? I've got cold
l water a-running down my back"
Do nut on this shawl. Aunt Han
nah." begged Mrs. Dodd; "I'll stir up
the" lire and bring my foot-stove and a
bottle of hot water; the house is old, you
see, and full of cracks."
When yon get my legacv you can
havo a new one, l'anieley. What have
you got that counterpane hanging up to
the doorway for? To keep out the air?"
"Thai's "a portiere. Aunt Hannah."
" Lor', I heard up to .Neariicld that
you had a portiere, and folks wondered
what, it was like, and said thev hoj ed it
wasn't nothing catching; 1 vo been
meaning to ask you about it ever sinco
I comerbut the will and the cold snap
put it out of my head. So that's a
;Hri"cri?, eh? Can't you afford a door,
"Wo took it oft a-purpo-se." said Lu
cinda; "doors ain't, anything besido
" I'm a'raid it ain't wholesome," said
Aunt Hannah, her teeta chattering in
her head, to .-peak ligurativel . " I be
lieve 1 m com ng down with one of my
colds," as though sins ha I a monopoly
of them. " I hope i won't be nothing
scr'oiK till I see. Lawyer Hrowne; lis
folks would laugh in tue'rsleevesif they
wn5 to come in "tor all the property. I
guess I'll go to bed."
I'll just slip the w
vour bed lirst. Aunt Hannah, and build
a lire in your room anil put sonic pen
ny roal to steep. Yon don't feel fever
ish, do you?"
But poor Aunt Hannah never reached
llinoiiara. an I tho will was never made.
"Pride goes before a fall." Tom Dodd
reflected aloud. "You paid a pretty
prico for your portiere, Pameley; hope
you feel as though jo-.i'd got your mon
" It's like locking tho stable after the
horse is stole," remarked Lueinda when
the curtain was taken down and tho
1 don't never wantto hear the name
amin, Lueinda Dodd; don't talk to me
of wricrcV said her mother; "they
oughtn't never to liave been invented."
'Mam N. VrtscotL, in Our Cotitinent.
Classes of American Tearists.
Tho Americans in Europo may be
roughly divided into three classes.
First como tho cultivated and .-esthetic
few, of the type that the lato Mr. Long
fellow glorified in his "Hyperion," and
that Mr. James loves to elaborate in a
series of novels which would seem more
artistic were they less monotonous.
Then follow the far more considerable
body who are refined iu manners rather
than in intellect; and who, settling
chicflv in France, although sometimes
in Italy, chameleon-like, take the colors
of tho pcoplo they live among. Finally,
wc have the cnuid rush of the tribes of
tho Philistines, or tourist proper, who
nnht, of course, be subdivided almost
indefinitely but who nevertheless have
their most characteristic features in
common. The cultivated American,
when he does not carry astheticism to
excess and imitate the morbid eccen
tricities of the feminine-minded English
philanderer, is one of tho most agree
able and entertaining of traveling co
pankms. London Smttirday Bcvc.
On the lowest conipn'ation 550,000
tons of fish are annually taken in British
waters, and Prof. Huxley estimates the
take f nerrings in theKorth Sea at 3,
000.000,000. Before relying Hux
ley's estimate, we would like to know
whether he saw the fisk or took, the
ntatement of the fishers. Botton PoM, -
A ssccessf ul Bostosi floris ays tht
he seldom fails to root slips c the ost
tender and rare nlaats. He credits hts
success to a layer of oats pkced nader
the usual layer of sand hi whiea the
slips are planted. When moletened they
When very young they honM be kenl
quiet, not too much cxpoied to the
light. It is usual to engage some old
and experienced expert to attend to
this, and the direction in which the
"twig is inclined" at thi stage I gen
erally the ruin of the parent peace of
mind for two years.
Milk is said to be good for babes but
there are no many "patent food" now
sold at the drug store that milk may as
well be done away with. Civc'the
child something that you don't know
anvthing about and it will thrive po
sihly. Don't crow the child when it is nmalL
It will take so kindly to having it- own
wav that it w really cruel to insist On
parental right in the matter.
Learn the little coots to "crow" a
early a jKniblc. Take them in your
hand and tois them up a high a you
can and jounce their digestive organ all
out of place. Thl is a genuine "raixu"
As soon a possible put the green ba
by into a baby carriage and push it along
the sidewalk, running into everybody
with it and gathering a Imiring crowd
at the crosiitrzs to worship it- 'iliis
will give tho little one some idea of the
way of getting on in the world in later
It is a good plan to hurry up a child
in the matter of walking. The sootier
a child walkn, the more bow-legged and
irrepressible ho will be when he grows
Just the moment the child lets go its
mother's apron strings plant it in the
neighbor's front yard. This will save
your own lawn, while tho little fellow
di tip the turf and carries away the
lawn of the neighbor in his little pet
Train the child to "appear" in com
pany. Urge him forward. There is
nothing like it. Visitors so much ad
mire to have children climb and crawl
all over them in their gentle, prankish
A good share of dirt makes a child
grow. Soap and water is useful, how
ever, once a week, to enable parents to
recognize their own children when they
call them in to dinner.
Let them have their own sweet way
always. They will retaliate in the fu
ture by not letting you have yours; but
what matters that?
Never allow neighbors' children on
your premises. Tho hateful things will
Influence your own children forbad.
Allowing your children to play with tho
neighbor's children on their premises,
however, has a salutary effect on thoMj
benighted little frauds, and it is your
Christian duty to see that your children
mingle in this manner as much as pos
sible. The best dressing for children is the
solo of a slipper. It should be gently
swayed in tho air above them and ap
plied vigorously once in a whilo.
Good clothes, pretty clothe, aro an
elaborate necessity for little ones, li
you are an eighteen-dollar-business-suit
man, you can afford to dress a child on
a thirty dollar silk velvet, brass button
When children get big enough to go
to school well, you will bo asjonished
nt tho rci.iarkablo unanimity of tho
school teachers and Board of Kduca
tion in relieving you of all rights, priv
ilege and authority. You won't havo
anything more to do but sit with your
hands folded, and see these "servants
of the public" make precious little prigs
of your darlings. Xctv Haven Register.
Two colors aro especially popular for
Scotch gingham dresses, viz,, very pale
blue, with white Hamburg embroidery
for trimming, and tho quaint dark red
.shade that is called "crushed straw
bcrrv." with ecru Irish point " em
broider. The-e dresses are very simply
made, as they aro to bo laundricd often.
so that they may be always fresh, and
their dressy look is given by the showy
embroidery used upon them: for in
stance when thero aro the uual two
gathered flounces around tho skirt, they
aro iuriner ooauiiucii oy a oaim oi wmo
white Hamburg insertion in open de
sign being laid jut above the hem of
each flounce, and stitched there by ma
chine; or if the skirt is laid in broad
lengthwise box plaits a tab of cm
broidery pointeil at the end is laid in
each plait half its length, and this tab
may descend from tho top of the plait,
fir extend upward from the foot of tho
dress. An excellent over-skirt, easily
washed and ironed, is made with an
apron that has a sloped front breadth
with a goro oach s.do of it sewed to u
belt, laid in permanent plaits each side,
bound down tho sides, edged with a
wide embroidered rntlle, and supplied
with two sets of tapes to tie it back
properly. The apron is thus kept sep
arate from the back drapery that it may
be easily ironed. Tho back drapery is
straight", ami consists of a whole breadth
and half a breadth of gingham sewed
together, and half a yaril longer than
tho lower skirt. This is hemmed all
around, is sewed to the belt in two
great double box plait just back of tho
apron already described, but concealing
its sides, and its drapery is formed by
ono deep lcoping or plait a trifle
more than a quarter ol a yard deep
being taken high on each side, and held
by a small button and loop. In tho
middle of this drapery and slightly
lower down is another button and loop
for draping the middle. When bning
ironed this is unbuttoned, and tho
breadths aro perfectly straight. Tho
bas'iuo for such a dress is of the sim
plest shape, without lining, is edged
with the embroidery, and has a Byron
collar made entirely of the embroitlery,
and a belt also of 'embroidery. Some
times the middle forms of the back aro
lengthened, laid in two separate box
plaits, and finished across the ends with
embroidery. Tho sleeves may have a
cuff of embroitlery turned upward, or a
frill of it extending over the wrists.
When basques with tucked front and
back forms are used, the sleeves are
also tucked across the wrists above tho
frill. Panier jwlonaises with drapery
held underneath by tapes are also seen
with gingham dresses, but the simpler
styles aro preferred. Checked black
and white, or brown and white, or two
shades of dark blue gingham, are made
up in simple dresses for summer jour
neys. They are bordered with em
broidery or with solid-colored gingham
in plain bands or in tine plaitings. The
striped ginghams of two shades of pea
cock blue, or of olive green, or dark
red, or of ecru with brown, make pretty
dresses trimmed with self-pla'tings. anil
square collar and cufls of embroidery.
Many parallel rows of white braid are
used to trim Charaterys of solid blue,
brown, or dark red shades; black braid
is also used, but with uncertainty, as il
dees not always wash welL Harpa9
A Hartford (Conn.) firm has in pro
cess of construction a Burr index for the
Government Pension Office atWasling
ton, which is probah.y the largest index
ever made. There will, he fifty Tolnaaee
f six hundred Hx20-bjtck pacs each,
and there will be spaces for lndexiiu?
1,500,000 nanus. The tohums will be
bound in full sheep, with Russsia leather
ends and bands, and the cost of tatj set
will be about 2,000 Chi-cg Times.
-A three-flKMrtne-eM neero dabd, at
Eranklin. Ky., was attacked br rats
while asleep, andita nose eaten esf and
holes gnawed in its forehead
tids. Si. Q,'25yuncL v
iigateea. on her way te
gers on the train.
atfts an fealty.
ME, P1UAXI GAEWX
Camclia aad azaleas Ao not eoj
the heat united to begonias and tsaran
ta. a fifty degree to lxty decree c
not be placed alongside of those that pre
fer stove treatment.
-Padding Sasce: Take the sapr8o
ou juic from a can of pcache aad
heat it to boiling- Mix flour, butter
and sugar in about equal quaa titles, add
a tittle vanilla and cook the mixture In
the hot peach lu"cc- This I deltciou
for almoi any kind of rteamed or fruit
podding. In'linnnpolis Journal.
Trout baked in cream add a new
charm to life. Clean the lih. pepper
and salt it both imide and out, put it ia
a dripping-pan and pour cream over it.
Hivc attention to it o that it will not
burn. If small, the fish will bake in
from fifteen to twentv minutes. Setvo
with manned potato and
lie", A. '. l'el.
A corroponJent of the New York
Tribune jay that he U convince! by
an experience of nea-Jy fifty years that
it i w!l to tie the Jg of every heifer,
no matter how gentle, for a short time,
say a week or ten days, as a part of her
discipline and training when being
learned to milk. She will nevt-r forget
it when a large strong cow. and then if
her teats get scratched or chapjvd o
that he must be t.ed to be milked, sho
will submit with a very good grace."
Ordinary binding wire is very con
veirent, iu place of brush, for support
ing tall peas. Stake are drhen twenty
feet apart along the center the rowa
at tho lime of planting, the end ones bo
ing set very tirmlv soa not to be drawn
together in stretching the wires. Tho
wires should be put on as soon a the
vines begin to throw out tendrils, and
sliould bo plaeeti about nine inches
apart, one above the other, to a suffi
cient height to accommodate the variety
raised.' Denver Tribune.
Bisulphide of carbon is recommend
ed for the extermination of the squash
vine borer; it is applied by making a
small hole with a pointed stick, at tho
root of tho plant, pouring in a half a
te.ospoonful of the liquid, and quickly
liqui.fi extremely volatile, and'its va-1
por i very poisonous ami lernniy
us and terribly ex-
plosive, so that tho greatest of care
must bo exercised iu handling it, and
no fire, not oven so much as a lighted
pipe or cigar, must be tolerated in iW
vicinity. flic Jlouscliold.
Hor.-e with Heaves: If the disease
is not of long standing, as when brought
on by tho overfeeding of hay, during the
the past winter, especialfy clover or
dusty hay, ant! the hay is taken away,
there is a possibility that the horse may
yet bo useful for some years. But if thu
hore is well advanced in vears, and
lias had the heaves for a long time,
there, is certainly no prospect of cure.
Partial relief mav be obtained by feed-
ing very lightly on nay. giving sweet
irrain as the principal feed, anil belli
careful not to let tho animal havo
the water it will drink. Horses with
heaiosarc usually fed wet food, but if
it is perfectly sweet a'ld free from dust
wetting is not essent ail. I'roni seven
to ten pounds of hay is enough for n
heavy horse per day, and that should
liu given at night. Xew England
Tho profit of tho future is to come in
avoidance of wastes of tho farm. A
tho country grows older, land dearer and
immigration Iieavier. competition waxes
fiercer iu all agricultural production. A
ruinous share of tho hay is lost first in
cutting when ripened "to woodiness or
dried to hardened stem; then in giving
it out to sustain life ami animal heat
rather than for fat ami flesh. Com is
also thrown away by insufficient or in
judicious feeding. Thero is enormous
loss in keeping a poor cow that yield
three hundred gallons of milk per an
num inste?d of ouu that pr duces six
hundred at about the same cost. One
may bring the owner in debt, whilo tho
other atlords a handsome protit on ex
pense of keep. A cow that gives milk
only from April to November, and runs
dry when forage is costly and milk is
dear, should have a few months' extra
feeding, and go to the butcher as soon
as possible. That a cow is tin" for more
than six weeks is tho fault of the owner
in not procuring "tho survival of tho
fittest," and aga'n. perhaps in not su-
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The loss in milk
and meat by irregular iceuing anil a
change from" fresh pastures to a straw
stack ntul coarse hay during an inclem
ent season, is au irreparable wasto
which is pro 'octet! into the succeeding
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summer without regard to tho abund-
ance of its pasture
Tho hisses from negligence, or want
of skill in tho preparation for market,
tho manipulation or manufacture from
raw material, is enormous. Milk of tho
same quality, of the same cost, makes
twitter at fifteen cents and nt half a di 1
lar per pound. Mixed fruits sell in
market at half tho value of assorted
samples neatly put up. The pig prod
ucts of a famous Mavsachusetts farm aro
disposed of in Xew York City at twenty-three
cents per pound, whilo sim lar
goods from the average farm command
but thirteen cents. Skill, teste, neat
ness and a well-earned reputation for
reliable excellence get the highest re
wards give better dividends than the
capital antl labor represented in tho
product on which they arc expended.
ITiero is solid money in these intangible
valuables. But thu wastes that may 1ms
avoided are numerous in every depart
ment of agricultural practice," and can
not be hinted at in a paragraph. They
are illustrated in the differing costsand
selling prices of tho products of adjoin
ing farms in every neighborhood of the
land. .. IT. Tribune.
X Texas dead Band.
Some ten or twelve days since Cap
ruin Mrril rorns of I'nfrinpors and
assistants were camped in the valley of
i i lmS - . i-i
Buck Creek, m Childers County. 1 heir
tents were set ono hundred feet from
the dry bed of the creek. This creek
was about twelve feet deep from the
level of the vallev on either side of the
, bank. The valley is nearly a mile wide,
I but the high lands curved in close to
tho place where the camp was pitched,
1 and the valley widened on the opposite
bank. The night was clear, and no
cloud in the distance betokened a rain
fall. The bovs staked their pomes near
by, turned their mules loose, and laid
them down to sleep in their tents.
About midnight one of the boys felt wa
ter at h's feet. Springing up he saw
the water coming, and, yelling like a
sarage giving hs war whoop, rousel
his companions. In less than a minute
they were standing in water up to their
waists. Knowing to which side of them
was the hill, they rusho.1 wildly through
the water, and succeeded ia gaining a
safe foot-hold. Tbe water rushed by
them, covering the entire vrlley to a
oepui ok shk leci uu carr wg nwaj mi
the tent aad baggage. Tan pvy w ta
saved b one ot the boy circi1; the
stake-rope as he passed" kin. br fortu
nately baring gone to bed with his
pants on. Most of the boys were m
their night clothes, and a sc4ean t
they were. When daylight caethcy
followed down the stream to Red River.
and gathered np aente of their clot nee
and aUlfce valises ht one. The
minringrnlkn had 5 in Greenbacks in
it. The madden rise of water was nm-
donbttdly caused by what is known a
-' en the head of the
or Uurty aw
away. Any swrartar f vacua
mb. tnt naf
In the rears that vitl eonse met aaore a
lUkiaore croevr it rvfaled k aW
prices entlrelr by the reeofU ot the crop
profct. "Wfcea a faraMrr came la
asd ressarked that wheal was not look
lag Terr well the grocer weald sy to
' Jatne. wheat has a dewnenM look,
and yoa nsttst scrimp a little la aseamr
When a farmer siesod that it wa
too dry or too wet for porn, ths grocer
"Jame, for fear that corn will be
'higher you rnut ukt thote iiht weigxU
in weighing out ugr."
When oat had a bad look there wa
a abortage on tea, aad when the peach
bud wrre damajod the grocer mixed
ltio with hi Java. Oee time he had to
make a trip to New Yjrk, aad upon hU
return hi clerk reported that wheal
wa looking uplendid. oat all right, po
tatoe promuing, ant! that everything
indicated a big yield.
" I am glad to hear it very glad."
replied the grocer, "but for fear that it
mav be a wet fall, and that farmer
will be backward about bringing in
turnips you'd better sand up the brown
sugar and wet down that box of cod
tish." 11 Wf Slrtet Daily Sevj.
Aattrian Oslrial Senlthenes.
The Austrian ffovcrnment U evidently
nervou about it popularity on the
Adriatic. It recently arretd and ex
jtelled an Kngluhman, Mr. Evans, for
unple.ving statement about the revolt
in the Herzegovina; it hv now warned
Mr. Slilhuan, an American, that he tnut
not enter tho Austrian dominions; and
on Tuesday it confiscated a Trie-te pa
per for appearing in black on account
of Garibaldi' death. Civil fortitude
seems to be the ono virtue which con
tinental statesmen can neither acquire
nor affect. They fancy thetnelvei in
sulted when they are criticised, they see
danger in caricature, ami as for a de
monstration of feeling, it U to them in
tolerable. Thev might all bo policemen
ai Ballina, where the authorities treated
children impertinence a a sort of trea-
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not wonderful, a it i only tho expert
ence of freedom which teaches official
how little effect criticism have; but
why do they reveal it so clearly? They
are trained to conceal emotion in diplo
macy, yet in civil affairs show them
selves utterly hysterical. London Sjxe
tator. West Point Cadet.
Thero aro no pockets in tho trousers
of the West Point Cadet, nor in their
coats cither. Tho cadets wear no vets,
and are trained to do without pockets.
They aro left free to choose between
putting their handkerchief in their cap
or breast. The antboritie say they
must not uso tobacco. They aro not
allowed to carry money, and tho one
who govern them do not see what need
they havo for jocket. When thu
" plebs" first arrive they swagger
around with their hands in their pock
ets, and, in fact, do not seem to know
where cle to put them. One of tho se
cret of making soldier at tho Military
Academy i by depriving the students ol
pocket, and compelling them to allow
the hands and arms to seek the center
Development touching tho recent
Jeath of Tim Madigan, who wa noted
as an eccentric witees in the trial of
Jessie Billing for tho murder of his
wife, at BalUtou Spa, N. Y., have pro
duccd considerable excitement in the
little vill-igo of Fort Miller. It i stated
that Madigan wa found dead ono morn
ing seated in a chair in tho houo ol
Jossie Billing. It i also slated that
Timothy was within threo hour there
after plaeeti in a box and buried. The
news of this curious procedure coming
to the car. of some of tho deceased's
friend, the latter caused hi remains to
be disinterred, when they found hi
body wa still warm, although he had
been buried about three hours.
Mr. Ernest Morris, who has been
investigating the poion ued by the
Woorari Indians, on the Upper Ama
zon, says that no antidote for it is known
when the poion is fresh and tho arrow
i :t i.--.l r,. i-:il ...n tlw..
H-JIIV UliaiLtU. IU Rill K'tuiu uici
charge very lightly, as otherwise pot
,. MnImnl, asin
soned animals soon grow putrid.
In chronic aliment resulting from flxcdbtd
habit of tbe ttolj, tlie removal of the rrll to
tn: permanent, must necessarily b gradual.
Good health is malnUlnnl and nourtheil bj
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j lhe jJ ,n1 ti,0 .roWUnce of etcce. It
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tw4trd Km! dentroTe.t by orer-uzln? tba
mind with tuly. anxiety, eril habits. Intrrn
terancc, ntl rleious indulgences. Keep tb
boJy and mind nourished by unlnsr that friend
of tcnirance and lone life, that Queen of all
health rencwers, Dr. Guysfltt's "fellow I)ok
and Sarsapardla, and Nature will soon assert
ber mastery over dlseac
A saloos-kxe!tx hsu invented a drink
which he calls tbe bell punch, because it
maVcs holrs in the pockets of his patrons.
Ma. Jajce MEHRTTox.of Pari. Ky., write.
" I have been cured of peat suiTerinc. caused
br weaK lunirs and kldneyt, dyspepila, etc
My habits are now Trry regular, and I Had
comfort In I.Tlnj. I nsed oaly two bottles of
Dr. Guyiott Yellow Dock and 8axsarrill.i."
Solovox was tbe first man who proposed
to part the bclr in the middle.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Manhsll, Mick, will
end Dr. Dye'a celebrated Electro-VolUlc
Belts and Appliances, on trial for thirty tliy.
to men (younz or old) who are afflicted with
aerroa debility, lost vitality and kindred
troubles, cuarantecing complete restoration
ot vitality and maaboud. Add ess a above.
X. B. No risk U incurred, a tkuty days
trial is allowed.
At the Hub 'I ara tired." ifeel ta
wbeeL ' Poor felloe," spoke the axle, wajroa
"BrcHcr.wnA." Quick, complete care, all
anno; lag Kidney Disease. $1. at Dragguta,
Distuiw ld: 4tIra ""fT ""a
' euit oo." There Is were D:zzt was wroe:i
ft - u B qoe,IIoo of a m4B to rrt
on a jurr. iscnorance always ttle the ouea-
tlon, and in the ignorant rasa's favor. .v. O.
There.' ild the i!ea!er. i a carpet that
can't be beat;" and the trtaa boa-tit it. lie
bates carpet-brat la?, and b waated oae that
It was no osetryins to wrestle with.
OxEhastodriTcapea,tmt a peecfl l lead.
Tn GBBseroas suits for breach of pnrafoe
recently instituted apdnut old tnn br yosag
woruea'Ls hariaj; lt effect. u)Ita," mH aa
eld man la a crowded street-car yesterday.
Hiss, ril pet up aad pive rim my seatUf
yoa'll swear before ait these wttae.s that
yoa don't consider it an offer of marTiat.'
-Toc caveat opceed year asosta dariac the
wirole seasJea," said a icgblatrr to a fei ew
aaetaber. -Oh, res, I have. 1 yawaed tarcazn
the whole of yottr speech." as the caeiptt
kcstary reply. &$ Tr&mar.
' Two Taarrs with feat a te track, two
boners Isarat a oae," stoats aa eiranaresTer
a raaroad eolHaioa.
Taxax ontst to fee a great saaay red ears la
the reracrw tats aeaesa, k haafceea talked
ahoat so swell .
Bat H to net as "ahert," la
a Baajerity ec e
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Sn was aaa-ki ta tn Ms 1tt a-4 aWa
taaata-itaaktac scanssMl vrcat atsass.tat
I n Wa gl in: "Itaasy Jane -a Mr Saai."
aa law It wa----.
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ta paer or trr V. m &y art ttv a4
t-.m. H?krir? tkvi b ay tt Mm
grouts? flt U fxcrfcli.
llor BimwlTrta. Kocur. X. T.
A MATTi:-or-rcT toy d'lftM 5t
th.l tiS waict taaVr ;ut.u4 tasu taj
wfers yoa doa't pttl aj pa.
.ytttla?rel fQei v?aa-tlo6 rJ
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tn lhi U foeM ta kUtry Vot alk
toiarultr ttr'&rtsi rrrn tootr r -o It
prntaivr. lirrt U a tatr ltr ' Mxtb
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KUra rtUtltrfc tie UA if',r for
Kteffiltne bet -thoct tor rt!. N tea
th beard of tbe tin je tt Kidt-rr a"nrl &
rot a tz a-i It fcas vca;Cctiy ccrrU tr
Doctor now poctr cumtnber a
toaic lVtrtnr. It bl ti o&MTTcvi, Sil aa
je lo butj. arw litrH.
Ma. Stxn 9rt:--Vke the aV.tn aft.
wbtte ait imiMtL. Ir. C. W. tv-aa' Via
Core. Uerantlr pot up.
IVrtt!irl UraJaeJLfk Sr t-o IK tie
sou's C'e. err ttiaiMnile ltiK tr4CSit.
Hair ! Jlp dlae tbrooitity rami
br Dr. C y. Ioa kla trw.
Dr. l'rtjoo' teWry a4 .fcamomtto IMla
cure tei4ii-f of ctt oature nMaftj.
A TaMr call! hi ihoea McorprUoi3,
becaac tbry bad 89 1.
Yotrxo mi tnUJle jd tnea ugrrt&r troia
nrtoa dtbillr. teiuture old f oX
inemorr, aod Vioiirl nmftnii, tHKjll ami
tbrr aiaraf toe t"artJI.if ptrnphlrl liaJ
buffalo, N V
Now the fetlte ice-man bmtfn up fct
eight, aad ai s -it's a cold diy Uea I get
Rtu"-.Y. r. i..
Foecefifolly treated. 1'ttuph t of pattteatars
one tUinp. Addrra .Vi t nut's DtrcMaar
UfUiCAt. AiiaooiaTiOY. iluflalu, N. V.
Mcuvit are tl only we!Mcharl prrooa
wbo are cow UU in" L'jjpt. .NW UrU ,
I l - of WaiDig.
Lrc treatl for three iuiu, citin? mean
f auetetulrlf treatroeat- Addira WonU
DisrE.xSAKTMKKiCat.AsoC'X, Buffalo, N. t
With some tnra the jxnny'a tntshtier tfcaa
the sord. ure enoash. ltim Trtinterij.
OfMaVo your old thin; l(ok IIVo new fcy
ulu; ttv DUinoml l)jc, and you ili bo
happy You can jprl auy ot the faab.onabSe
colors for 10 cent.
A Welter Prr brads an account ofth
drowning of luur youns meut "A Katal
I'leaaurc." lotfiw 1'mU
TJionand of laitlca cherish crateful rr
membraucea ot the 1H; drrirel trtNit the uo
of I.jdU H riukham'a Wgelablo Com;ound.
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Or coure, it ia true, bat Uu't It rather .
beartlrsa to jak ot a blind man aa an uu- j
s.RtiUy perou. I
"ltocan of tn" Clears out rata, mice. !
roaches, bol-bucs Tennln, dtlpmuuk. V. j
Nr.na strike a feather dutter when It is
Keepftlnhouelncaeof accitlcnt. Trice 2jc I
F.rrrtTronr ha stan tin; inritations to at-
tend ojcu air maa incvlloi;. I
Kxowisoont a sar National YeJst Is the leL
Wakefield's Il!a-klerry HalMin.fordiarrhca.
Tut the new brand, "spring Tobacco.M
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