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THE RED CLDUD CHIEF.
M. L. THOMAS, Publisher.
WHAT TELEGRAPH P0LE8
In the Islnnd or Sumatra, at tbo notion of the
Where AMa holds such (riant lands la her ca
The elephant rio fiercely. In the maddest
kind of mob.
When the telegraph employe hare finished
tip a job.
A ti1 Joined by wires electric places Aery far
rorthp purpoxo of conversing if they've aaT
thinir to any;
Thcso animals uproarious will throw upon the
The tHivraphio poles and win-
they are found.
While wires and insulators
arc carried off to
In thj deep, irbxiray Jungles where tho anrrr
Ml the Inlxir jroes for nothing when tho pales
arc set ugaln,
For the elephants aro watching thoso pcrse-
Who stick poles whore the don't want them
ucrofti their rhrht or way."
And they tear down in the nlirht-tlmo what
tho men havo done by day.
and baboons It is qui to
wires mako tho nicest
With the monkeys
For tho telejrnipblo
kind of swlnir:
And Just th$ firmest tight ropo for any sort of
While rnmbllrnr on from "polo to polo"
pounds really qulto romnntlc.
It'saierycuto arrangement, far belter than
Wbli h do for common purposes, but not for
Htioh ns thce.
"And those lovelv colored glasses!" says do-
Itont'-d Mrs. Ape.
"Thlsrully looks like living in some decent
mil? of shape:
Thu cocoa-nut shells hold water, which is ail
ttiHtotie can any.
Hut thoo glasses for tho future shall cover
fco the monkoys haste to gnther all tho prizes
they can reach.
And twist off every insulator with a Uiutn-
While they chiller nod they gibtjer, and tboy
laneo and they play
On the tclcvrraphlc wires nil tho night and all
. "WtjD," said Fantoa,
e UTCttv roainlpfsdv
"I think we
whole ground to-night. You have
uroagbt ap the theories of a coanection
ocvweea all htrrnaa beinr. and of a far
fetched kind of responsibility in which I
don't believe, and 1 will take pleasure
In a conflict with vou on these nointi
you on these tion
next week. And now, do von know it's
confoanded cold? I am half inclined to
drive you away, old friend; can you de
duce saything irutheraatical or psycho
logical from tbatr'
"Both," naid Crano. "two straight
lines intersect in only one point. Five
minutes miht make a maa too late for
tho inevitable. I certainly ought not to
bo loo earlif for my fate' And with
these laughing words on hi lips he, in-
Tho Bffrt day the egpreaa. Bsessxager
wife was sick, the day after Better, the
day after that worse, aad jo on for
weeks. Thomas Crane watched the
premise, nights, for a chance to be
come a burglar, and spent a large
part of every day at the JacksoaW
It happened as might hare been ex
pected. Lizzie Jackae became the
wife of Thomas Crane, after an en-
gigement of one short month, late ia
ccember. He told her of his fearful
oath before the marriage. Sho was
shocked, crcn though her husband
was following the murderer of
Torarps or rata bara aecd a rich.
well-drained, asello w soU. it cab hard-
ly be too rich with well-roitrd baro-yartl
W, ttaUl A5 AEMX
The Fyr.rr4 reeataKd cat
Ifroaade for fewis,
ntsBure, and if thee sotse phosphate -i ZiUTV TtZTT? ,.
boae dost h added it win like I H? m; Urk 4 r- deadly
it isar-am the crop. The condition
of the soil, a regards moisture at th
time of mowing has much to do with
roccw. A lanre virtd will depend crv
. " - . . .. '
In the but tea yrars there hats
" i,wj nsrw firms opcsM la Ar.
Utahe eit BsMKjia sask f feeswtel 1r mn t$nmt 3m vrvmm Wm astl
asef) ths ahhuirf' raws a4 k m
aM tk .!... i. tA - . V -
tLZT "'j;Z- w . ..- . S1 iiwm,, v ,
r rsj4 ejf jpnet m t ir
A ba U j fctwama. j i mtjtt
wn4 ( .t sttpjrir,
, IV mti 4
j "It isn't long now, barely a fortnight;
many vacant places. If rather drf.
work the land with the cultivator, mil
her j '"d "r immediately all In the saraa
iia zivui"- no otinortuniiv Itw ilrrin
" .- " m ""
kansas. which is as aserage of &.) ttcn ) ?v 1', rvr s4st t
imrKuvv m,jt, MwiTA ci Tir
vaavsa's itj wa r r-twtJtf ti
fJ )mraUt v rui fej
s rk, amji iMiMiUttl t
sZtr tfotm Ijsm t nu jro.
mtieh nn hmrir, nn ..r, ..,. t U . Iarm.4 in ten Vtrsr to tSrf-fc mtint. 1
- -"- '-- , MVIIMUU4UUIC( I -. - ' J- till
me uem. j ne hu raut not o too wet - "" puuaing sado a m: ol
nor urr. In either csm ttwtt will !m ne Tolts of fcve etr oa? if t? -,.
,, , , , --... T- . r . - , y J- . A-1-
deed, went straight to his fate. and vou raav "out what evidene vou Hu'lU: dO' V' aain and roll just be-
the hand of the authorities and i ?"- winj. n owa on level gnunl
Croasinir the little nark: which seemed hsvn in
r, II' - j - -
aouuiy desolate from night and storm, be free yourself Uien. lfe brave and
as though to balance its summer beauty, true onlv a littlx longer.' she said,
there was a sudden cry a little ahead. And Thomas Crane answered: "I
A quarter minute two men seemed en- wilL"
gageu m a terrible struggle, but before That night the evenin
be could reach thera one hail rushed . tallied the following item
way among mo tree., ana me other -Wosrejftolm u abtotn aonouneo tbat
had fallen to the earth. Crane's first Mrs. John Land Is able to travcL Tiiedo
iropulse wai to follow the nimu-ftv b?s!t.Jr aare Inforrard hrr. howcter. that a
-JwVl l ?loimw u,e runaway, nis i champ-of cilmateUn'utcIynpcotsar. Mr.
setona, and the one he aeted uton. was and Vr. Land left rnr Florida tats faomin;
to assist the other. Crane hau studied w,tn lbc,r tw" ,,ttlc ',c- lr- ,-a,' w,n return
medicine before hU father had prevailed ZZ?Lnn ,,M lfmvn , n,r
' vv w . V 'UVI
be?ore the .eed Is In tb
half m ewi of it-r: !! all u-c!hf all
light, then add slutvlj- oca plat v boil
To kwp plneaprdc lani and cwt i ?w - -fUUpi-
out the eyes of am tHnrapp. .trip. Ma.rrt.x nun. rf LrW- O
ui uw puip xrotn Uie csfr wJUi a .lltr jf. -Mr is tw t trws tra s rrS
Tax rvt io tlr r?fTTTJt tW 'ev
te o lfe toK" k&i4 r i At rI
upon mm u bo a banker, so as to per-
Ijeiuawj me uusinew in which the family
lad grown rich for three irenejations.
It scarcely needed more than the
glimpse ho could get of the wounded
man's fnce in tho darkness and the ,
sound of his failing o!ce to prove to
him that all that the poor fellow had to
Kay must be said at once. The knife in
kissed his bride, arid baid, sadly:
j "Duty first, jou know. I mast break
into John Land's house to nl;ht."
An hour later Crane was inside the
express messenger's house. Ilia heart
aclicd as he looked around him. 1'ri
vntion and sacrifice everywhere, Littlo
devices to make discomfort more com
fork; to a ptsl of this add a Pound
granulated gar; tir occasionally until i
j the sugar Is droulvcd. pal in gl fruit- j
n2TTT frat lttia di. Her i-ch
utma,f,jMWt ., ail I UiTt. ;
j ad b-k, cJ tvsM MftHis Vr tKrt4
SrS. I rTr bcr tr ixruii't IAW
i Doe. nd JUrstp&rUU. fekh fc4cl i -rV !
J trofa tfc sUrt. sod 1 tnf lr .
tho other man's hand had done its work f?r1tab,L'' of,tllc PMlily of hu-it the
onlv tim well "-" 'mi www was nmMiiir 11. over naij
will I live?" faid tho
I never dreamed.
, ashamed of his
Cooso" of quiet littlo
whey, and sitting
We rend In "Mother
Who waH cut big curds and
on it tuffd.
When. In the intdt of happiness, there cntno
ulong u spliler.
And, without waiting to !o nsked, snt down
Just leldo tn-r.
JS'ow the pldurs in Japan treat tho telegrnphlo
(NotdiiiiutM In tho least by their being such
Ap this spider did Miss Mtiffet, and coolly tako
On the polo, perhaps, bcsldo tho wires so high
1'or they bring their spinning with than, so
dainty and mo fine.
And they drop, to begin with, nn experimental
With sin hn handy frame-work ns thoso telo-
Mn. hploer smiii can weave n web that meets
With ilmp rics for tho parlor that's to catch
Hi Hilly lly.
And it i tho prettiest parlor that over you
lid spy. ,
On th b ire Western plains there's a drendful
lack of trws.
And nothing tor tho buffaloes to scratch them-
selvei at 1'nso:
Hi it teli-gmphlc polo proves a blessing In dls-
Tliat liriugs tho tetrs of gratitude to many
h ilr-roofed -j-es. .
'Jliough llr-t with Homo suspicion: "What
eerfs thl thing?"
Ki'lalm, hi great tcrp'oxity, tho dauntless
Thou makes a Hiidden onslaught, as Is his
Tiillnd r iMileforscnitchlng, nnd not a foont
"How Jolly 1" hnrs King Buffalo " bow -ory
kind of mini
To get tii this coincidence on such an cisy
One grand good scratch, mid thou I'm off"
lint so ths miIi Is, too.
Off fiom it.s eijulliltrium :i rorry sight to
Tliat sudden rush of mutter lays It Hut upon
Until the telegraphic men huo sot it up
And when they seek with mughtst nails to
bnMle It nil o'er.
Tho biiffnlo pronounces them even kinder
J or what lire nulls for tint to scratch? and as
scratching is his plan,
lie feeN under obligations to tho thouuhtful
ncis ot man.
Ho be scratches lUt tho poles down, rejoicing
on bis way,
Whllo the men who sot them up iignln havo
something else to snv;
That something Is not Haltering to f rlond buf
falo nt nil.
Hut bo I off bejoud tho sound of vulco or
Klin IliHlnum Church, in llarvcr' Votina IVo-j'c
. ti iiti Titsii fiT rim Hfiuiiiiiiria iiti nail
in a wontlcrlullv calm am T ... . ' r: ,..,.... -
There was perfect sineer- . ."'"'eu to go. out a vivm memory
ityin the tone- ho used; he evidently'?! Inc "! man ipoicing into
felt that "Will I live?" would havo his nerved him to do what he felt was
, mean .inu ircaciicruu.s. "i sworn u,
he said, and he remained.
The desk in which John Land kept
4lf4 & t.M,.t t
.1' . . . - ----.-, , ... ...., - .. .,..-, v.
aiways run oc'ore owing Une Ut two
ponndi of wed for an acre. Some pre-
Tlt T Pilft ff .. Imm.I '1.1.!. . f . .. 71. ' - a .
... v ..uw lug wj. immuuwHiin can anu lorn uown the covers a
a shovel or common plow, then put on cioelv aspoidble. Tim w 111 k-n a Ion
n ."..!.. out. t,w: twirci win uo jjiuicncu . i:iiic i .T e
WW to allow the dnll to be uctL It I Melon. In their wr,B .-.. !,Vta Aair "? w rftkw trrrSk. m.
is easier hoein" the first tim when .u v n rJ.ir cwa' f5wts nr uun.4 t tr .fVtt
2.i-l - "'"r inc ."" UIf.e wPn he K-kngltin$l tanner, ou-ht to l wr. aad 1 1 Ut Ut txmUiz
ndrs are made, and when thus fiat- pv on even' farmer's table. 1 her -Z21.
tenet! Uior will not dry out more than , renire no cooking, make ati ever-wrf- TataasSaVta't tvrttx.at-rr ta a Ue
let el land. ..... I ioaw 'le". i arr not oal. rbetUn- rl,r,ta,lt :lTT:lfL-iil ,A tx"
A rich Mid and tnott M.d b,-d is tho ! an,l h,r l..t ... v, '. . u &l to U U- to irry dirk ta lyyV
bcstpnitecionagaln.ttheflv.asa.juick much of Ue palrr which thej would
growth will oon get the plants bejond or ml"ht rvplace
damagii from its attack. The first hoe- 1 ,n .J l: . . . , , .
ing should be attenicI to with prompt- nl. fc h f 'J.oaW
nm In this Wc "a Mitch m time ' fclf " J ,Tk frt'!;fn "l h
sav, ., nine." There are few cultivated n"l.l fr " JiU -fields
in thin State w five from weeds . P1, JV ? ;ho a!L . &,'a.nh
ns to aff.ml the tiirnip-sniwcr any S,?! tM rtJ 7 V1.T V n1,
respite from Adam's etinl'.0 A, soon i ' K ISS.J-!!;1
u-..lt nt fli.. ,.-...1 . -...,, .......-. wu'Wig i'i wur
.... ..,,.. M .....i . Kinl,, v.wnt.1 i m hut in !-. .t
o .. - -- " "- "
rAe-4 j) Hit m jrti
r i iswrt sr UucM 4 Sb-ris
traR S yVJ far li 4f4ik4 .4
0I )i AnvSf ? Tc f HJiUt
!tr ftmxav tiT IC4sr iU
Um Hr x-r w tii Jt .t-pit
l Wi it - fc f it sstsbt
U4T h IV . Kw crts. TV
ltu 3 4sm. l5- VH l?A. 4 is
lt r m fkt 4.1 f Jjit
L?r 1 1m injtA
Sa rrr e t . m Utry s f?-5rt S
teJir. Vliavt; 4 t s. Wt tMl
Ur atrtst 34'4, C4us!. X T.
lTUUs.S-jpr tat its f ' fsw-fcj
KJ Wt tl Jrr9L
meath the surface on each j hilell.eya,etetider.-Va,m
been a wasted question.
Crane answered with equal frankness:
Not five minutes!"
"Are you rich?" in a weaker tone.
Thomas Crane felt a doubt, but he
said " Yes"
you give a stranger a dvinir
stranger a year of your timo?"
' ill I give " began Crane.
"Listen, ' with sudden energy. "I
hadn't nn enemy in the world. I nm
dying by the hand of a murderer. Will
you give ono year to find the mtn who
in rcsponsiblt'. for this? And will you
make it cost him his life?"
Crano hesitated, but looked into tho
eyes turned towards his faco and said
A longer pause, and then Crano said
solemnly: I do swear it!"
A wilder blast swept across tho park,
and when it had past. Crane was look-
m"- down on the dead face of the man
nu pajMira was easy to find and easy to
open. IttindlcH of loiters were "cast
asmo, old account-books were not
opened. Presently a neat bundle
found. The first paper was
Will and Testament of Joh
I he next was an envelope, closely
healed, and addressed to the lawyci
who had written tho will. It waa "in
dorsed: "To bo opened onlv at mv
death." Hut Thomas Crane opened it.
I Insidu was another envelope indorse .1:
, "To bo opened only when some person
I shall have been indicted for thu murder
'of Charles Jackson, January 7. 18S1."
, Crane opened that also. It was a
long ami circumstantial account ol lliu
murder ami all facts connected with it.
Mrs. Land's brother was a dissolute
fellow, who was a disgrace to tho wholo
family. He had been with Land thu
whole of the day before the murder. A
package, said to contain livo thousand
win turnips are
well uji, too, and
J" j just Len
Clf till" mtV t-i1l li muul wort- C....
of the new hand cultivators are fitted I .. ruo.;u'0 ,r,llw. KUne ",S41"
with teeth or small shovels so as to , tm? avci.l,no- or "ffht brown, or fawn
work c!oo to the row. When tho lor' lhe d.ark '"aroon tnmmlng
plant-, are two iridic high, with a com- t h:1Ve suMhat Uwdiy apearanr.
mon hoc cut out it- full width arroitho an.'' wo Wou ' ,rvlr "'' ho vimo
row, Icaxingtwo or three plants in a X?.l0r j"Ur hut slightly darker,
place, to stand for a few days !ori"er. "u wo"" "ol '"i'? 'ho fmnt anl
nm a xrc oi iH-n. wun a lucKet I en re
A5 Ol'ES U.TTXK.
avs longer. J .
vhen thcru '
Finn si'ttKrli "
undle was J uhi!e they are small; but it will not do w?u d V',u." ,he anl on al ,,1,t thr')
" 1ilu La- ,0 I- them stand in thii way too Ion". T,c! of ".? no11?' or much ln,u,r "ll
in Land, j or thev will grow fpindl.ii"- and when the fo,,r : otherwise it-omauivntal
Jhf' heem togrow better when thcru ' l,no a,?rt10' !n. with a
- I M v iSkjI It I . d IS . - i
an' a lew tnr..lwr tl. nn wlinn ii'mrli- I ' . "U " a icL
, thev are thinned to one plant it lsweak
and tender, and will not get to growing
again for several days.
The after cultivation should be fre
quent and thorough, especially if the
weather is dry. They will not bottom
much till cool weather, but if well
worked will by that time bo ready for
growth. A hand cultivator on a "-mall
plat, or in a larger field with the rows
thirty inches apart, a nice light horse
hoc with sharp steel teeth will do thu
work with a horse attached, a great aw
in ham! labor. Miclman turmcr.
wiToso path had crossed his that fearful I do,,aw.,,l bc found at mght to con-
night, and to whom ho had pledged a 'J""1 "" one thousand dollars. J ho
year of his life. ' f x 3 thoritie did not suspect Land.
J but they did susiicct his brother-in-law.
THOMAS CRANE'S OATH.
Thomas Crnno counted tho strokca as
they wero given by tho tall old clock in
the hall and roc regretfully. 'Twelve,
and 1 mut go." ho said, which to Harry
Fciiton meant that his friend would
fdaud up and talk fur au hour in exactly
the .samo way in which ho had talked
lor six hours' sitting, that he would talk
for a half hour longer in the hall, finish
with fifteen minutes oiiLmiIo tho door,
mid that at fifteen minutes beforo two
o'clock in the morning, with a chance
of not more than live minutes' error
cither way, it would be possible to go to
bed. 'J homa Crano had the rcputat'on
of being Mire; he was certainly slow.
Ono could scarcely blame Thomas
Cntno for his slowness itthis time. Tho
room in which no and Kenton had spent
tl long evening was tho ideal of com
fort. Some romns aro furnished to
pleac those who may happen to see
them from time to time, and arc elegant;
some are furuUhcd because rooms aro
necoi-ary. and are commonplace; some
nro furnished to pleue the one who
upends his time in them, and are com
fortable and homelike. Harry Fcnton's
study was of tho latter kind. Kvery
chair and table, even paper and book
seemed to have something of Fcnton's
individuality, and to his friend could
but be attractive. Tho night outsido
was equally unattractive. Tho icy
wind was piling the snow into long,
hard drifts in thu darknoss. Tho con
tract was not a pleasant ono to ono who
must ioon face the storm.
On the table nearest tho fire-placo
were tho books tho friends had been
using from time to timo in their discus
sion; curious works on the strangest
features in mental science: collections
of instances which have never been ex
plained and perhaps never will be;
books on the brain and nerves. These
two old college chums never failed to
meet once a week in the young lawyer's
ftudy to spend an evening in thoir
Standing'uear the open fire, Thomas
Crane said: "1 must maintain that there
is not merely a possible, but a probable,
connection "between any two persons
you may name. Trace back your life,
and somewhere it crosses the life of tho
beggar you pass in tho street. But for
me, the man who makes my clothes and
the woman who cooks my food would
have different lives from what they do.
You grant it? Well, then, traco it on,
nd what happens? But for them,
what? 1 tell you, Fenton. jour life or
mine sways that of human "beings be
yond the seas." What grow out of this
took about the hour which Fenton
had felt from experionce wquld be
spent standing in the cheerful firelight
In "the hall the conversation nad
drifted to another phase of the fauna
ting subject, and as Crane took down his
overcoat he was savin: "Of course,
there is such a thin'as indirect, unin
tentional responsibility. The man who
does a good deed may rob sobw one be
hind htm of deserved praiee when he al
lows the deed to be counted to his own
credit; and the man whose life set on
motion the tra:tt of events which re
sulted ia -the good may never even
dream of it. And, on the other hand,
we meet men everv day who are really
for the crimes for which
endure punishment. 2iot
other men endure punishment,
tmowincrlv. not uurBOselrl not
taalice, but. jn-fa-athr responsible for all
4hat" From-tiis the discmsion went
on for a half-hour or more, and then
Crane opened the door to go. The
bitter cold rushed in in a fierce blast; as
lie said in answer to his friend's last re
faark: -An oath should be sacred. I
can conceive of no circussstaaees whiok
Thomas Crane testified at tho inquest
to the conllict bo had seen, and to be
ing with the man at his death. To his
father and to Harry Fenton only did ho
toll of tho foarful oath ho had taken in
tho tempest of that January night.
Both grieved that ho had taken it, but
neither said ono word to induce him to
"My legal knowledge is at your com
mand," said Harry Fenton.
" My fortune is at your command,"
said his father.
Long beforo noon the dead man's
relatives had eomo to claim him his
widowed mother and his sister; but they
had nothing to tell which would throw
any light on tho murder. Charlie Jack
son had spoken tho truth when ho said
ho had not au enemy in tho world. Ho
had no great amount of money. It was
a most terrible mystery.
Tho next day Thomas Crano began
his search. Scaroh around the scene of
tho murder was rewarded by finding tho
knife with which tho deed was (lone.
Tho police had failed to find it. Crano
found it himself.
Days followed in which he carefully
examined tho stock of cutlery in one
store after another in his search for
knives like it- He found its mate at last
in a littlo variety store far out in tho
suburbs, the only ono like it which lie
had seen for sale in tho whole city. Ho
bought it, treated tho man whosold it
to a glass of beer, praised the little child
who came iuto tho store from tho dwell
ing behind it, and so won upon tho man
that ho learned where tho other two
knives from tho quarter dozen ho had
had, had gone when sold.
Ho took the likeliest caso first.
u. iciiow wuu nnu ocuti iiiuicieu lor
manslaughter once, and who was popu
larly believed to havo escaped by falso
swearing, was followed first. Whatever
ho had been doing, ho was evidently
covering up his track. But when
found at last, late in March, a thousand
miles aw:iy from where Crane had com
menced to follow h m, he was sitting in
a bar-room whittling a fchingle with tho
mate of the knife which had killed
Jaekon, and two mouths of hard work
had come to nothinir. Cnmo was dis
gusted, not disheartened.
The next day he was ou his Avay back
to begin again.
Tho other man was an express mes
senger. An honest, hard-working,
straight-forward man. It seemed al
most a mockeiy to follow him. Crane
took atn.t'iier step forward in regard to
tho knives themohes before he began.
He went to the manufacturers, and Irom
them to tho wholesale dealers, telling
them just enough of his purpose to se
cure their aid, ami tr.iccd the knives
from tho placo where they werj made.
In towns not far awav knhes like
these had been bought ami sold again,
but only the three he had already known
of hail ever been sent to tho city in
which tho murder took place.
There was nothing left to do but to
follow tho express messenger. Crano
began his work. Ho had seen the man
onco or twice, and so know him by
sight. He found him one morning in
his neat yard at home. Ho was cutting
limbs from the trees next the walk; and.
to Crane's disappointment, tho knife he
used tras not Vic mite of the one which
had killed young Jackson.
Thomas Crane went that afternoon to
seo the Jacicsons. iney naa Known
for some time that he was following up
the case, and he had been to see them
several times. He told then, what he
had done, and what he had found out;
but ho did not tell them yet tcky he was
following the -murderer. It was begin
ning to be a ghastly niece of business
in his estimation, yet he scarcely dared
hope for so welcome a thing as failure.
Think of it! A man bendiug all his en
ergies to one dread end, and hoping
that the ghastly necessity of being the
avenger of a murder may pass by" him.
How the man longed for January again,
that beautiful April morning. If he
could only falL sick; but his oath kept
him from exposure; the year of his life
was to be given in honesty.,even though
In the evening Crane called en Harry
"I'd give anything foe a look -at the
inside of that man's house," -said he.
They boldly claimed that he had changud
packages, having had access to the en
velopes in which monov w.is sent. Thuv-
offered to retain Laud, in spite of his i
carelessness it hu wculd get tho money
back. Tho bank to which the monov
The Bursting ef the 3lonooti.
appearance Is one-sided. Country (en-
A Miece-ful pot!v-caku is uiade
afler thl- recipe. Une- pint of uar, ono
pint of tlour." itcvcn ei? the white
" and yolks b aton epirately half a ten-
spoonful of baking jHiwderl a little jiin'h
ol salt, one teatjxwnifiil anil a half of
lemon extract; Mir the tlour in a littlo
at a time; put the white of the tgg in
laM, beating them thoroughly in. Ha e
in a long, narrow tin. Hue it'witn whito
paper, thoiddci as well as thu bottom.
You are then sure to have no trouble
taking it from the tin .V. 1
Borrow. In? Tool.
Tho needs of modem farming demand
a great variuly of tool; indeed tho
greatest difference between thu tarui ng
year nj;o i to
was sent agrcud with the express matf- J der its gl:i
agers. Tho whole matter should bo I'arly days o
Tho brief mes-age which reached us
it day or two, ago ' from Bombay - "the
monsoon has burnt" has a meaning
in it which only thoni who have lived
in India can fully uudcrstaml
re"!! ar "bursting" of
very existence of the people- of India nl k''' f too's, and the great avmg
may be said tu depend. Hut Jorthemon- ' of ,;ll,or that thoir uo nvrouiplMic.
soon the wholo country would ncrMi ' "" oi these tools are epcitMu and
r its glaring Min; and during the
On the I ' ,Mhiv and of twenty
the monsoon tho i IM- inu in mo great improvement in
.Wn t! ij'ie of Anetiex tie
tburouxUjr riikM, . oa !dt tci
Ukcir br xtfi hrjkltlt, it I va Btrl tkU
the oot who tTt tsm lircy lrawnil
la U orita ot tu t&ofrnw&i ixsj4
Inakijr rd dlrccUr te ta jvp! cuxt lte?
n'.cd. It u tot tats rroa tat Uwi
cotn IxJott tb M a4 eufca ta folfci mia
IWcrT cttrful burner bo i jwwjcfcl tn
rrppe Jth the mtrcho! cTnt U txMet
the tiktiata? Urr of OMt-dA uhr i
phitUml troabta wllbia tb rt If vuk i
Ttttt trvuUet Lr coo it unettcti4 I
ttMM&cat aikI ta iu-i trttj
najr. Tferr bare mxtHlotM tlK'iSM'lMk
to l5imu,rt)Jc farm- hut iter hs I
1wmLa.1 tLe ime taumv. TSrr hi? mi i
n:icic! ike imiKJ- n't ot the U(i, titkTo
Co&edhect to th UtotuOil ot tb Mtm
arvl ih-lr work ht uullr too f rtuft a
it t I auL Tttc r tiAheroti aad Jecrjttlt
nature hi oiten pfTTrntrO err'l at.i t
of what cju litem, mad. i rr.utL tatr'
u3erm? nd nu.lUi(cr hire aIJ r
urd. The rcl cane U'rtcr. ht teii a
ilerancrmcnl of tin lldticT, atril all of ths
Inmhlcf ar. lu fart, tho hral aitnUfWa ot
tlio tcniMe Ikibt d I , hkli hat ratt
luOaric ahadow or mantr homci In lav
land, and J Incrcadoc onler'uUj aat -tlnuallr
It U no roncrdtv l the ab.et
phlciin In errrj land aad br rminrat icJ
rnLUts th world orcr, that tUU d.ra it
the rranlt of IjUoI pviulnj Thu pslKit
In; l hrousht a'out bjr wate4 ail ua
health; a.klnr tfnt -TTiilt th iitHi U
remain lu Urn blovsl, Itittad of thrtnx It
frvin tho artm. rut It l rquaJr crhlent
to all who have itu-l r-1 Into Us eurrt
and hate tecoiue ruofcrMUt with tho fat la.
that a dlwinlcn-d atate of tie VJJn-; ami
llrer pro-lucca moat ot the common mo
j Uinta and lJn which anllctthr human rar,
ati.I ther can (xs tracn'. to thU ourr jntt aa
rcrtaliilr a can Bright dUrac. To arttj a
atrram wo muit ro to Ita aoarcc, aod U cura
dlaeaae wo mut rtmw IS Aitv. It U-lns;
true, therefore, that uino tntha of all human
alliucnU arc ciutcd t dieacl kiitnrt ur
liter, the onlj certain way t rure tIi- imo-
tiici i oy
TV VriUte Mti.anaat. ttfela.,
IH l; lar4 Uttr-
rWi t A?trV 1nl Pre trlf 4a.
, Ut ar t.a t a.-Si.! Ha
Cmn Jr. Vnt ma as.4 Vtsrr4
i at WHl &( Jaaa)Miktl X& a k.
.V. It .NaruA ia i&crtsl, a iXzif Uia
1 Irul u aJte.
wrfu4r fean-tiiX c c A-ni Mf
"L'ttV tlaV f J tlbs Vam!!
tliMiitlullift,'MkMUtinMl " 1V
tauiVa i a&tairtc tt- -l - r tltig
btl Uh1 I i U t i, Ut
It 4raMa tan, Kaltt-Wtr
ll b ci r-jtUrr, ftkw iV IAa4 &4
lal clr Ua J.m. frft. rtara.
t-HtHta MhlMi&t fai Vfc W1kh ' fwi
In diMtr ml ht r 4 atdp, TVsv4
LatW tra CMcd -wfe; tWttltS r t4 Ur ii.
N'o ota rrtr Wttord bt ftd rt
htt. It vet Vte jww Ub K ruvK4
to O tip.
i i i iii
Vrtt ta Mr. I.a K MVtatn. Ijn.
ta . tot aa J l4ie ewvl f tnmi
Mrjtri tj tai.taij; t tiU tVfs,to4.
ML US Utt?"
Sill s Tiu cSfni
r tm cc r
: FEVER and ACUE
Or CHILLS a4 FEVCR.
wcf alra WHo mr m f S
cxrata, rtaT at rsttit
fflrMFtw ?- ia.
r avwtv k4t4t-Uf. ? HAft ta
Waaara 4 B-tVrfrvt ?'
Xim Alwt$ U ta UJ vv -Ui
L ta Umwii' wltHMarU
lu ftM 4f lfia il
nitl , a v mm tmftzm
, Va-if -latUattfYaaatrW
U tw,lra aa4UraalU 9rr
i tt tt t nr ta - f4
V , m mtffXf tu H.& aM
- t4 . rt i tit &
wulhi rt-f ar alt t ? vuu
fi4f. ftnii lrUHi,t,
tUt aUrMiiM ai"f Vat
ta4 frar ! X V ?rl. 4f a ,
fiviti fftatTAtuc rasat nu
ill aa taAl
aaaariar aal ;tl !nt t.
ianiti tojiic imtr taa8;. tj.
ttaa v;l l9 taWt VSf Ja. IT Hf
DXI, JOXIV 21t7LXdf
$ith's Ttnc iinvr.
tVlt'S rMf 4Hta,
Ta l W ami pta a ,
j rvtatal MUi atl Sa fc liHtttiLU tf.
Trc llanjrarlan llMjad vt t hiit
tUjMot aaxl A WnuUU Ul o H j
Lax a ; f odr -Ov4 'rr ra.
mar tw oJ by harsl wwlu tt "a mUM
l Wfc.1? tr rwjottt Rfcil t!v Td
IW .oaiiUf rtlalrr JtTra tr H. V f"$-f a
-Uw4c M4tcal lMrTfy" la a ral fr'od.
It titat tia M'rr. frft t UsJ, nxj
la ttr tt r4MrT Hr rMaatHoa. wkut U
kcrol uWxsk lt4i at IJrf Ut u:. B; ah lniXtk.
Ile tW (tUi - MVwiJL ! tvl.
IF .v4l w. -i.Vl: av4 ldiWMt fc
4nttKH'rittir. -, tit,
r rs,- a jlk.x r
Ml Ti:r3rVw l ttx Raitof a ivw
or Wrn aa tr1wtnlt: t a wrn tt
Ctrrua n)ioHai It la W U"-T
Urixo t-TiUtH frjwtafcJ no j-arttrotar tw
l rrwtrtd iivf ub lH a -l"Wcl
I'll'tattt l'ltc Tfeot f wltfcil
dltiartaa to rs.UUtlo diet, tutti
rattMl For 1W hadaH. SmtialM0, Im
j-4f I4.t iHtjrihrv ir rnvaltv irv
Ibt! aaa. Ii.l latl l mHit, Uiktui at
ifk, ialn in rvsWn of lMtMr, UumaJ fr.
bualrsl lw4loc alnl ikNaw
Lca., tVe lr nrtcra fell
r'owe traltt run In fam-U Sl (- a J
falUor. tis tlllUvat. tita4 ht mark, t-o I
did ar.arA--r'M .V
jomrsor s cttri ckuh rar.i ::
Jt tktf aa4M- J4,iV
l$r ImiU. i fri.fc ij
w m iiww w v prfcwa m ni ii. fMh p4
1im rett.Mtar i v., ta t
Autnio CXI 'KilSSJXZ
it. ., tJtm rail. l..(,UtM
Z30S2i!S& nUHKENIIESS EASILY CURED.
Oat, ItrdnicrUta i U w ' - iiHtMt -
- - . J V l a a attt.
h- fa v- .
j r-- .i- M,ik..
I j w a . 9k aji vw
- l,W, (.
treating tiic errant wblrliriKu
thrtH. Ifow Intimatelr the M.lnrta arr ao- rrr alow! tt tet Hke
riatrd with the enttro aratrm mar t Htxlcr- I id w-ni1 I'lUa.
wmmi i ruin ue iai uiai orcr i.'ui
A priatijcr haa oftrw turn iah b
dliorrj t't iotw tiw thing, l ottt!ft haa
lf Uratoti a Vlwj
f .Juno An'rlo-Indians look
anxtotisiv for tho oriel announcement
of its coming. The .southwest monsoon
hcts in generally toward tho end of
April, the steady wind sweeping tip
froui tho Indian' Ocean and carrying
with Its ib'iisu volumes of vapor, wider
blowly collect in dark masses: of rlond
is thev approach the continent. Fro n
Adam s Teak in tho Isle of ipice, n
hushed tin on the return of the money
He returned home to find that his wife'
brother had gono away, no ono knew
where. Ho must have tho monov, or he
must face disgrace and dishonor. Ho
had seen a gentleman draw live thou
sand dollars from the bank while he was
there. He resolved to net it. The man
was a rambler, tisuallv a smeeessfulono. Adam s I eak in thu Isle of (miicc. nir'nt
and would go home late at night. Land along tho Eastern and Western ('hunts
resolved to watch for him. Ho told . aml t,ie Nilpirfc. ever' hill-top is gradu
thoso who had given him timo that ho n,Lv diromled in must, instead of .stand
would tiud his brother-in-law during tho n,o out '" and .sharp against the sky.
night, secure the money, and get him to, Darker and denser become the cloud
leave town. Ho mistok Charles Jack- masses; the horizon as-unies a heavy
son for tho man with tho monov, and ' ladeu appearance, sometimes kindling
was being overpowered by him when he jiul a ,urJtl glare aiiswerinir to the
mnnageirto got his knifo and oscapo by l",' f oppression, both mental and
killing hint. A half-hour later hu I'yMeal. which nceompnimw it. The at
robbed the half-drunken gambler with- mo-phere becomes "eloso" and oppres
out diilieulty. Tho robbery, reported 8,ve a,ikc !o ,nan l,, l,'-'' '' ' "cat
the not dav. stink into insimiilifianeo n nte with patience, for relief i at
if lh i heioulftotwatca a tab I
ilUcac rauMsl by dtaumcrol khlncT aiwl -
reUUirO COtlldeiablu nkill ill tlieit ll-ll i blond laa lhrnn-ti thr-m otrrr Iwuir l-iui-
and caro to keep tlnm in gnd repair. 'n,,v l,n M culoua. or ucarlj oue ton In !
so that the Miiall farmer who has onlv Jw'. of Urntj-feor himra. TW. wit f
occasional use for them, and can ill Kl WrfXSVZ.S'X ) '
atford to own them. U placed in the di- I ptirit'ic that arc In the blorvi aro not r-ni"TtsL
lemma of not being able to do without awl hnu-q pu through the trins orrjln
them nor to buv them either; in hvstrait i jIra,:c ,n ,iwe1?"."0' ,nxuJ tembjc f..nna.
I... w f.,5 i. lrr,,w Vw nof7or w',1' ry mtny too't of th
I Now. if ho will but bo careful to ob
ecrvo two or three rules in borrowing,
he will have littlo trouble in any good
Christian neighborhood, in getting any
tools he needs at any time the owners
I are not uing them; "but by neglect of
J them ho wilFbeeome an annoyance to
the neighborhood, and unable to aupply
his need without buying.
I First of all no tool should over bo bor
rowed without the knowledge and con
tent of tho owner, nor without an un
derMariding as to when it is to be re
turned. Second, any borrowed tool ' under the rrr. tc
otnarra of "v Iran .io car aie u-ci iim n
l,ra.tarh, urriIgU, Ml iuiw, trr4.
br. Ilijrrtjn. (-aralvtla, and iiveitvrb.i
I'ttr". i)clla fr ll. t for tl. at tor
153' ir ffcail, i atao I tr. Ur K w m.
aon, IlaittwtK, Mil. tvtltl fer drs'Wta.
H'lttsf ywi ranntnff with an otn
lot fc affr a nrni. It ! fair to l -sn that
tab lu lh drk
liter cannot l !cU-l in print, whllu
!tno danjera aurmuudlnc them ar nrn
crcatrr than tbo agorj And jrt a (ron
maj Ir trooblH for mouth w tho'it knowing
I th C4ii of the dlJta that bate attacknd
lilan- Sinus of the armtitom of the first
aUrra, any one of wlovh Indicate dlaonlriavi
kl Inert or llrer, are thee: Tama In the tacls
and around the lolna, tcrcre hridrhe, dlt
SJiieaa, lnflamr.l eje. a coatnl tongti d a
drjr mouth, loa ot appetite, chilly aentttlon.
Indigestion, (the Homaili netrr la In onlrr
when tls kidnrvs or llrrr aredrrarced).
lriiicof thekln, nrrrouineaa, nlcbtteal,
muscular debility,. dfpouirucr, tlre4 frol-
Ine crecully at KUut, ruHioe or bloating
I Ur. rirr' "I'atfrll Vt-iitM-n"
llJi Iks-t the fasrt!' trtnuU of tb
lxi trr It. It la a sHfie fr alt tml
"W'akueft" ami drratirtneqls ItioiJoj
atrr2th to the Ihmiw an.l bak, ttA rotor to
the urn. Ol all drujrelit.
already. If te xpress-
r is rmity. fie couia sever oe
convicted aftdhaar oawmav5re'ltnow
bow. "But witk proof tfcatijoajiave
giWvo-.twM for jalte teJeUowiBg
uptkii-eeae, weuld tlaWJasieat
thiag to eear-Te iliami tad ar
raigned as a Jtoaeebreakeri-Ilfyesi
wast to cxamiae the iseide of jtkat
maa's house, break ia sotse aigat whea
there is ao oae at hoaw.
"Tew, a lawyer, aty friead, advisa
beside the murder, and had scarcely
been heard of outside of police circles.
The live thousand dollars which Land
presented at the bank the next morning
was expected there; Laud believed his
wife's brother was suffering no injustice
in being supposed to have gitcn it up
under threat, and so hu sa'd ho had.
Land closed with a solemn protestation
that the man who had cianyal the- money
package was alone responsible for Uic
And Thomas Crano shook his head
and saidr "I believo he is right, ami I
shall trv to find that man." But ho
had tho following message sent to tho
city, througk which the passengers for
Florida would pass tho net morning,
for all that:
"Arrot John Land for tho murder of Charles
Jackou. In tola city, on Juntiary 7th, ISO.
Full nnd complete yroofs of tho crime nro
At home that is at Mrs. Jackson's -
ho found a letter from his father. Ho
laid it unopened upon the table while he
bade his wife and her mother good
night. "I shall sit up in tho parlor to
wa't for answers to my messages," he
said, after ho had explained all, 'and
will come up later."
In the morning, when Mrs. Jackson
and her daughter came down-stair., tho
table in thu hall was seen to have been
moved to the foot of tho tairs. On it
lay the letter which Crane had received
from his father, open now. They stood
together and read it:
Come rtown and help u straighten out s
queer mUtnke. for irixA vou art rtponltte.
Va Jrttmary 7th. 1581 after I had left tha bank,
you transacted two Items of business, as shown
by the book. One was the puttin? away of a
package, wild to contain $1,000. Toe. other wa
xcmllnr ti tho - Bank a pa c kayo con
tains &OJ0. The cxpre company havo
done so much business with ns that ther might
not Inquire closely, but why the bank never
made trouble I don't understand. But In a
nuts&elk the packajro here wa op'ned to-dar
Mnd contains 9a and a M.UO left our baJ-
anee all right, only 1.00J went to the Bank.
Come and help u fix it all right, as you are
responsible Tor it,"
Thoy dropped the letter. The bride
of a day glanced at her mother, and her
mother back again to her. There was
nothing of hope in either white face for
tho other. Both looked towards tho
parlor-door and shuddered. The utter
desolation of despair in their new loss
was canting incir ncarts. mere was
no need to open tho room to know the
horrible -thing it held for them.
The chain was complete. Jwmu
Crane teas refjwnsible; and they knew
he had kept his oath.
A Train Waits for a Faaad ef i'aasit.
A well-dressed young mau approached
the coaditcter of the special tra!a for
Norwich at-Xew London Saturday night
aad asked him if he would deiav nis
train a few miautes while he weatTfor a
valuable package he had left in the pal
ace car of thershore Liae Road. He
replied: "1 will," and kindly waited.
The conductor saw the ferry-boat near
ly across the river with the car which
theyouag man rss loolaas for. iHe
gave the signal to start, and the train
sped aortbwatd. He interviewed the
young man and upbraided him forde
taiaiagham leeger thaa aecttutijgb
ao riviae him aottce whea he wm
is home with
hand. Hashes-of lightning play from
cloud to cloud, and heavy thuni'ler re
verberates through the heavens; the
wind suddenly springs up into a temp-
test, and nloiur the Miore tho whito
waves are tnscd in foam against the
rocks or over the burning sand. Then
a few great heavy drops of rain fall,
like balls of le.td from tho apparently
leaden !ky; the forked lightning is
changed to sheets of light, and .sudden
ly thu Hood-gates of heaven nroopened,
and not rain, but sheets of water, arc
poured forth, refreshing tho parched
earth, carrying fertility ovor the sur
face of the country, tilling the wells
and natural reservoirs with a fresh
.store, and replenishing tho dwindling
rivers and streams. The whole earth
seems .suddenly recalled to life. Vege
tation may almost bo seen to grow, and
from the baked nnid of the rier-banks
emerge countless fishes, which for
weeks or months before have lain there
in tonor. The phenomena of the
bursting of the monsoon aro repeated
from lull-top to hill-top. till the whole
coutitrv, from Cape Comorin to Bom
bay and the great plains beyond, is
summarily visited. Then follows a
period of comparative repose, during
which the welcome rains continue to
fall, with but short intervals, for three
or four months, invigorating and re
freshing all things. -Sr. James1 Ga;ettc
nfof the folio In;
should oe returned immediately when . uns are noticci aiut th fiuiu rel
itii no longer wanted, or whi-n the ,rT..lbc "tcm. It ahowa that the kldrwj.
owner quests, and ii, ca.'of any dam- ZTto nuSlLe.a
ligo the owner .should be informed nnd ' or thinner, a Terr dark or a very I st color,
atifnct'on giten. S.mplo as thee rurnlnir aenaatlon In tlng an muul
v.im. m iri'iujuu. vt JldiUCOl UCIIIC IU TOIU
Whkx tbo chap wrote "ITotl r-it. allrr
rrnrtn,'flaa Iw et rrtiog "hanst" In Uhi
weather! JkUm VvtnurtUUUmUttifK.
t"T7Tl'e Diamond ITeaalarailam(w thai
thr c'alm to da (l errr that ni drta
It will Irok like new Only 19 teaU.
-- r-w u , i.nii v4 1
.. - m. . I ,. . .....
. . . vmm ,. mfmtm fcipw. mrm' - vwaaa f
l u. i... .. - v&i k.- aaWawf (
Mllki ilO (IV MMitMUtlaln
1 it s i4 tr ir at
WtMt.ai( H Ai taa. mm Uwa
ruies are, ami strange an it may j-eem
that any one should neglect them, there
is probnblv no one source of trouble
between neighbor so fruitful ns care
lessness or wilful neglect of duty and
common decency in thee mntters. It
is extremely annoying, when in need of
a tool to bo unable to tind it, and espe
cially so when ono doe not know which
of two or three careless neighbors Ui
blame for the annoyance.
I know a nun who makes groat pro
fessions of religious faith, atid whoso
sincerity I do not prcfend to judge, who
has hau: in constant me, for a year at a
time, tools which lielonged to a neigh
bor, and which said neighbor had to re
place, not knowing where they wero
lost; but when he found out at last who
and inability to do so.
The aboTe are a few of the hundreds of
symptoms which Indlrato th- trjjlniilnc of
apcravalsl caaes of kidney or llrer d'f&eab
ties, and they require Instant attention. If
these symptom are not chcccd at once tier
are almost certain to rra tilt in omo one of
the many terrUile dixaaca of the kldnrja.
Hut nntleaunt as all the symr tom and ren
lbee diaoaars may t. ther are as notblag
compared to tho but aUges ot th com
rlalnts. Th ki Iney waale awav by decrrrs,
accompanied by Intense pain, the heart be
comes uncontrollable; th Innin are op
prrsel; the eye-balls crow clv. an.1 tb
entire system Is rcduccil aad debililitfl L For '
HMtVl lfrhr itfS Mim.i ti .iiototv IWk& a
forward to ft as a bieed relief, atul suythlu '
iaai can jurniu crea temporary help is f ivi
ry hailed. Then It I that Moatta? l-sin;
theac becomes putty and pallid; toe breath
can only be causbt In (rs-ps, speech Is lmp-
sio'e aou mnscniar sction lavvmlo-i. m
M That's wh4t bl mv rrtnuUl a htr,
aa he ;& 1 a jll of ahtn-les. mU J'tL
Ioxt'K nine boil " lUughoe Rats !.
Oftir out rata. lake. C(. riMrbet. Ia! bOS.
A mii1oz l a irnonnrd instattesiefrvr
raj - J'&tia4r!fJt (-it.
SrixoiNO IrriUtldn, iDSamrnatWi all KM
nej t om;ilaitts, care-J by Hurbuplt.', 91
Wnrt aorrow has left IU trar.'' what
has Uto&m of the ret of lh harnrast
Ktnnisi's HuU alr.
deocy by a foat of IT ya
priTT"i us :s
Tnr fmnt driil la
tT;-c a uf acnaalataare.
alwsrs rrsdy b
was at fault, it made a great deal of j patient finally sinks Into a state of nocm. j
Xet Very Mara.
A young man with a noc like a razor
and an eye which would have raised a
blister on sheet-iron on a hot day halted
a pedestrian on Gratiot avenue and
stated that he was trving to raic mon
hard feeling, which was- a good deal
worse than tho loss of the tooK
It is a good plan to brand all tools
with the owner's name, which will
servo to remind honest persons where
they belong and will often prevent their
being neglected. It is aUo a good plan
to keep a slate nnd pencil in the tool
house on which a memorandum should
be made when a tool is borrowed, and
erased when it is returned this will
serve to remind the owner whero to
look for missing tools. With such pro
cautions, and among decent neighbors,
the farmer who owns good tool need
not fear to follow (he teaching from
him that would borrow of thee, turn
thou not away." There are. however,
neighbors and neighbors, and anv one
who wishes to keep his tools where ho
cv to reach the iedsideoFhisdving aunt 1 can ,fiml th.cm whcn needed, will havo
in Chicago. He was too proud to beg, to discriminate between the careless.
uuiiimiuiiiii-u uuiruHcr, wnu never rc-
F turns a borrowed tool till it
Well." aid Featea, 'the case b already tojo aboard. Thiakiag there
awjr,ui wive oeem uoveraateBi coas or
priceless jewel ia tbo ss&iag pack
age, he asked what was ia the pack
age, that he aught aid him ia reeever-iagk-
to answer, bat he fiaallv realisd: iA
of Treach caadr J. Tha eaadr
retaraed to this "eltv frosa Pram-
deace Wedaesday aight. Thitteealet
tars aad postal cards were writtea aheoa
the stuff, to say aoUdag of the delay of
ny urea' passaagers lor-tea
SjwOay aijat-sr (Csa.)
but if the citizen would give him a quar
ter ue would show him a tncfc worth
"Vhas ish dot drickr' queried the
"It is to mako ten cents go further
than a dollar. You can play it on the
boys aad make, tea dollasa da."
Mv frendt, 1 nefer blays "mit der
" Ye, but you can havo lots of Inn,
' I vhas no haadt for fun. If L" efTei
git-off some sltokes I nefler lafT."
"Yes, bul" this is something new.
When you come down to the grocery of
aireveniBg you ' - , - - T"
"I doan.' "comer downr I Thas home
oa der stheps all der cafaings." 'r
" Bat you could have a little fun. with
" I told you I vhas not a funny man.
Hikes toschmokeund read' der room
Well I don't want to beg, and I am
oflcring you this trick very low in ordet
to get hosaejaaeVsee. aty ststcr die. Have
you a dyiag sister?'
"I doan? expect I have. Vhas ish
"To make ten cents go further thai,
"Uad Thill she do it?'
vUad are.ceata roes more ash half a
is7 sent for.
and the careful, conscientious maa who
always returns whatever he borrow-,
promptly aad in goo! order.
It ts often diuicult, whero several
den are employed on the farm, to pre
vent their borrowing and lendiag tools
without the knowledge of their employ
ers; this is one of tho most fruitful
sources of trouble, aad Reeds careful
attention. No hired man should bor
row or-iead aar tool without know,
edge of his employer and of the owner
of the tool ia question. IT. D. Ph&
brick, in Kcte-Enqland Farmer.
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" Uada. ccatgoes aettcr ash a dfsae
"That's the ratio.1'
'Ud aotUBg, at all gts petteraeh
ttm cents L1
. I l-i thiakr it does."
"Then: you saast consider xnm haf
all tier aettiags alar was aad yea vkjil
beia Chicago to-asorrow! Gif asyIare
aodotdyiar sietertd tell her detyba
saw aae weU Yoa'd peuer at sosae
express wafgoas to draw dose afekek
aowa ta der railroad, aad voa leaka
aaaaeatiagrraM aad ha giwr
Prune do moasieur is the name of the
acw French shade of mauve.
The very haadsome shade of red aow
ia vogue is made odious by calling :t
sana tie. bauf.
Wall-flowers and shaded geranioau,
Kiade of Telvet; are nuchad to adora
hats aad boaaets ef straw.
Black wia be very fashioaahiy wora
all sumater. haadsome toUct 'otitlk.
satia or rreaadiae belag profasely
triaaawd with jet bands, special oraa-
aseats aad jetted-lace. or relieved by a
onat cosor, as preterreiL
eaotafal wasa-costumes are made of
sheer hica-colored ecru aatiste, or Sax
oay aaastia. the skirt beiar triauaed with
ewbrsiju.. Jaaaaai aad JdaUacs aad
the waist with eeabroidercd beads aad
aarrew joaasai to asaieh
Jaamtj-seakiar renares" for yeaaa;
fwis are sherwa. aanJe rf tialed setiaTS
eiarasaerfaa. laey are ksjrh at
threai.skh Xarnerita riaeves
la the efew.'Ia treat thev
all ta way dowa. hat laeaa
vera caeaaisatte ef laa
btuidated taaV, with atlkea cord the
aerseaa this style is rera1arjsd iaia
nm w xYKr
wora orar aatrts of 'watt
donness to ererythine extent the t.f
whkh are rseklnr him. and death eose by
certain bat slow decrees. There can b but
one cncludoa which all readers of care am
ltjdzTnrnt will draw from torse facta, which
Is the ceersjity of treUns tie d.seaae fc
.', and by that nvans which has Ieo
proven the brst and nKt efQclent.
Il has been oar privlTes to treat mora
eases aad effect more cares of this terribfo
complaint than has ever bea krjon lefopj
in the hItory of the worll. Tti woatWfol
sale which onr retnedlcs har attained Is di
wholly to th fact that they bvre cured tbo
o&ss who hare nel them. The poer and
valu ot aay remedy must rest wholly on a
basts of worth, and here Is Just where our
tale KMacy il Llrer Cere has frmnd its
wtmderfnl power aM snecess. tin; In this
connrctloa corses one Irs porta n l fact It hv
always kb trae thatartic'ei of merit are f
terfelt thetattsof a worthlef bank, lbs f SnKliASZ
writer sre aeTcr copied. It l jait so wjth a
beslinjr remedy. If It poshes an meril It S1
Bel be subject to taiut-ons. If. bcnrcTcr. it
has poerand value, txslutbss will srs
ap ca every aide. While it is a tnbcM to th
Taiae ot this med.eisethat it has IraUaticwu
still, to Jut tie to those who are wffertiur. w
Jeel Utat all shoakl t warxed acshsst tbcx.
There is hst os known reoedy that has
rer lm able to care serx-ss kittnrj- troebies
or control tfce great cr?aas hca omc de
ranged, and that reir.edr Is Warara af
Kidaey aad IJrer Care. There arc assents
Bostra-saas the market dslals ta Us Jast
as efSdesl aa J ao-cs which errs data to bw
the aa-ae. Tb test of saetir, however. Is fa
what has beea aocoaiaUhed. assd we there
fore say asbes.Hat.srly that for all dlsnata
of the kidseja. Mrer al ariaary oexass.
Warner's Safe Kldaey aad Llrer Cure td
akae, ao oaly la poiat of excelleaee. ht to
the vea4crf al mak It haa aehicTed. Ia rier
tosseoestfallyaroUl thfarchaseat sario
aad lajarloaa asedlefaea. otene the fxcl:
Oar rtasedr ts pet as fa aarar amber riws
boUlea, with the Safe (out trsJ taark hiowa
is tae black. A private proprietary fix crat
teteraal rrseaae stasp Is sJBxr4 ta the aeck
aad ceTcrs the to ef the eerk aad la ef a
lif hx hrswa cstac la the sss&fl thereof U
a fcate ia catoee. aad oa K the pxux ot a
aegro tataertac hertas. If thb stamp y mot
femad est mrj beet! f the Safe Kiaejsni
Lrrer Care, er K there is aay twiceae taat- U,
haa beea tsMparrd with, aad If a5afelaaai
h'ewa oa the hack of the feettle. re--t the
Borue aasace,aa4 lasts &s fetrHsga
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that the aahlie auy kaew aad musae la
a here we staa4. We hare alwasa tM fie
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