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,THE BED ClflOD CHIEF.
-SttE LOST KISS.
Th cvcnlnc.hsdow all ml and stjt:
On tbp !l nt hejrth tb tin ba-ns low:
Tht Lady or Scaur i wet-pin o-dar
tor a wnrac ahe did ion year en.
Abmd Ah mrf
How th lone ycsru past, bow tbe sd year,
li think ;or.nnrrilnc. irannynnl milL
Or hu lcn!ns' face una the untie Jt wore.
For flighted iovc that will come no mote
1V11I my darling Utt up her rtrooplnr bead.
And jrlvc xne n kl. cro I ride nwnr?'
Ah rat-1 Ah tnl
1 or tho foornful look and tbc ncornful "Kay.
"Thrn jrood-l7, wife, for my faihrrwatt ,"
Mi -heard, with a jams;, hw hwdJ.mr pace.
TIU. ami? to tho ground at tho aulln gaU-7
Ho wus brought to dlo at bis own bcartb
p'.ncc Abme! Ahm:
lor tbe kls?c rained on the coW, still face.
HT-'0." "Broci nl "tehs In the evmlnsr cray:
,od p ty tho Heart which man over miM
Tht- Love which In nnsr-r Jt flunjr away
God pity my heart lor that one I,oit Kiajl
Ah tne ! Ah m-l
2 or roy willful pride and my watcd bljsai
MC?al? I "n'y """'l from my mnno-y
The l-nilinjr race with lis look of pain;
if U- plundinir cym I cmM no mon nee.
It tho pleading to!c bnil not tx-en In vain J
Ah me! Ah me!
Hal I Immmi l,- itlmil. had 1 lienn more klndl
uuttbe klsi 1 Itxt 1 fball no or find."
LOltr K. Jtarr. in .V. 3'. Ledjtr.
An Incident of Vlrtorlo'a Ttald.
If you ever visit Presidio County.Tcx.,
you will be sure to hear of Ixmc t'otton
vhk1 Handi and its ho-pitablc owner.
3dr, .lames Dmtltoti. It is more than
Lkely that .'oino one w ill tell ou this
hor. for it is a favorite tale on tho
lronticr. and has been ie at-d arpund
l e camp-lire a hundred
a hlinilrjvl tmni IiV ill
orth of lronticr people soldiers. Mex-
cans buuteru. Indians, cowb'n a, miners'
and contrabandists I'residiois a reat
toe county the second largest in the
itythe second largest in the
lousandsof cattle, sheep and
il about iLs fertile canyons and
Mate- J 1
ir':i s roam aixjui its lertile canvons
broad llanos. Two vcan ago there were
not more man intv iwojile in Presidio,
lining outside of Fort Davis, the county
peat and military post. Several attempts
were made to frcttlo this rich coimtrv.
but the Indians were hostile, and tho
adventurous pioneers were either mur-
de ed or driven back to the t. fn
the winter of lTU a cumpanrof ntngtsr.
ve-e sent to Presidio Count', and they
-ogaii to drive out tTie predatorv bands
of ted men. Tiie presence of the "rati-ers
cnttltletied tccral reciklejis spirits to
aga n attempt t e -ettlemeut of the
country. Jamea Daulton was one of
the-e pioneers. Accompanied by his
wife, a black herder, two Mexicans and
his nine children, he drove his rattle
and hheep into the ranyon of the Lone
Cot ton wo d, abnut ten miles south of
To t Davis, and made camp near a largo
:i er-iiole ile ?aw no sign of Indians
and was not molested by tnehotilcs for
several weeks. He held his cattle and
-lie-p near camp. Game was abundant.
A hoie the water-hole was a large bog
thicMv covered with high reeds eAlon
a hi tie" "branch" or creek which bisected
the c-iiu-bnike. there grew great bunehes
of water cres. Although forbidden to ,
..tni far from camp, tbe little Daulton ,
rh.ldren ued to go up th's branch and
pick waior-crcss. Jim branch had it
poiiroe atapring on the side of the
inouutain. ear the spring was mi old
Indian trail going up the cuff.
One morning two of tho children
Ftrted up the branch. Alice, the oldest,
was seven, and she held her voun:
limthnr. Willr. bv- th., linn.1. Wille .
Vas the baby "and" just three years old.
Ile was potted by tho whole camp, and (
was the particular favorite of one of the
rangers, a famous sCout and Indian- -
lighter, known along the frontier bv the j
mm iic micrre l Anaelio i.eorge."
of "Apaeho Ceorge." j
ehllilren lms-eil tliem
For a while the children busied them
selves picking cros. Middculy. with a
shout of del-ght, Alice dropped her little
brother's hand and started in pursuit of
a butterfly. Willv soon lost sightof her.
The chase was a fruitless one. and when
the bright-winged insect ro-e high
above her head Alice gae a littTo sigh
of dis.ipMiintmcnt and turned to hunt
up her brother. Xot finding him along
the branch she got frightened and be
gan to cry, at the same time calling
The cliffs threw back the sound of her
voice as if in mockery. There was no
ri-spou-e from the lost child. The little
girl's frantic cries were heard in camp,
and snatching up his mchester her
brother Jack ran up tho creek. When
he reached a point where the tall reeds
nearly met over the bed of the branch he
pave "a sharp crv and cocked his Win-
thester. Before hm. in the soft mud. .
Was the print of a moccasm side by side
with tho tiny tracks o; baby V illy. J he
moccasin trail turned into the cane-,
brake, and .lack, his heart in his mouth. (
followed it. Xear the seepage spring
he lot the trail and hurried back to
camp to get assistance. Alice reached
the camp before him, and her incoher-
ont and tearful story started everybody
out in quest of the lost child. Jack met
J&v search jiarty. In a few words he c-e-DraKe until it was lost m llio briad since then it has re-eived much attcn
ma le known his discovery, and led Uie ad P.6 b-v -ctono s warriors. He t-10I1 from neurologists, but its ciassifica.
party to the secpngo "spring. His ; l0,ned bis company and was with them tion j nol ret been definitely settled.
father examined the trail carefully. j
-This trail goes up the cliff," he said,
ami started toward tne top ot the
A fewyards back from the edge of the '
cliff they found "horse sign." The
sairroiind was tramnled a thomrli hv th
lioofs of a score or ponies. The" top .
of the mountain was rough and rocky, j
The searub-partv, led by the father of !
the lost chilil. lookup tile trail of the ,
pon'cs and followed it for several miles,
The country grew rougher and rougher,
and it was a nimcuit matter to lollow
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int-trail, nuauj -t. xautu. pracuccu ,
sV-ontiersmauthathewas, was obliged ,
--1 rau iuu m. ua nu fanner,
AilV. - -a vva !
lie sank down upon a rock
bur ed his face in his hands. He
clrnnr liraro rann. rhn nprnrmi
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in the face ofslanger. Xow the thought -
of his little son. m the hands of ruthless
and bloodthirsty savages, comnletehr
unnen-ed him, and he groaned aloud in ,
"ltell you what. Cap'n Jun," said
the black" -herder Madison, datycr
child is sure nufflos Dere's only one
man kin fin him"
And that man
cried Uie father.
' Dat yerc
Who can find I
The words of the black man and bis
ofe-Gdence in Uie ability of Apache
George to t:nd littlo Willy put new life
into the whole arty.
".Madison is right, lather,1 cried
Jack. "Apache George can follow the
trail over hard rock aseasily as we can
through a bog.'"
Hun back to camp, son, as fast a
you can." commanded Mr. Daulton, and
"Hold on one minute." continued
his father, and the impetuous boy
stjpped. -Saddle Uie gray pony and
go to Uie ranger camp. Tell Captain
Setill what has occurred, and then hur
" " All right!" cried Jack, and he agabi
trted on a run.
The remainder of the party wentmore
slowly. It was a hard matter to com
fort the grief-strk-kea mother, mourn
ing for the loss of her baby. All liad
conSdence in Apache George's ability
to follow up the Indian trail and re
oovr the stolen child all but tfeestotb- i
Her grief wm poignant asd unrea-
1: fiwmed bosn before Jack rctaracd. j dcjuL Uain Qoed will be W ekil. twx' j
it It Wk kanrflc- -rot onn wk- k,.l. in i .- ".,.. .1
rode !nln mmh w ... il t
beorjre. Tbe SCOUL Irora Ion-- utm.
rience morj just such trouble- as 'I to!d bcr then that tbc roarer
urove everybody i the Daulton cmp , would carrr Ikt back to Fort DvK aad
nearly craxr. was cool and soemmjrly j would nut let bcr o bark Ut b-r popie;
unmored. He did not dismount, but bat that I could net the feead chief
asked several quctioas from the d- j mcauine tbc Caotaia) to !clker-ob-k
aie. Agrc-tblack dog. the property if be woeld tell me what bcrpwpJc did
ol the scout, and hli m-cparable com- with a litt e boy whom tkey stole froa
panion. ran about the camp and camp i the caayoa of tie Lose CoUoa
vrh;aed. Apache George noticed tbe -Rood.
dS aUUon. I wiU tell yoa she caid. 'Before
Hunter misws him." he said. "I wc went to the Great Bjtct (mtama
rcckon between him and me and Coa-i lUo Grande i some of my people went
par." and he patted his horsc'n neck, ' back to the reservation. Tfcy were aick
"we can find him." j or old. Some were women. Ther ea"-
" You will not go alocc?' asked Mr. j ried tbe white boy. I aaw him- ife had
Daulton. blue cyw and cried. I ftit orry for
Yes. Victorio's been ccn out to-. him- Ye. I know. The wife of IHtt-r
ward the Gaudaloupes at the bead of Water had him. Her honband wa killed,
two hundred and fifty warriors. He was with Victoria. If you wSl talk
He's hcadd this way. Oar com- ' to the reat chief ood forme, I will
pany htart on a scout thL even- help you pet back the white boy. Take
iaz- Tbe Captain cotdd only spare me. me back to my people My father will
1 reckon thi was iart of iclorio's jnve me the "white bor. and I will nve
band- I'll follow the trail and do tbe
best I can. You bad Letter round up,'
and o back to the post. Go:n to be
hot times here directly. If I discover
anything, will send you word- Come
Uuster. Adois!" "
And before any one could ak any
more questions, or ofler any irnggcs-
tions. Apache George had dashed into
the cane-brake. They w him again as
he mounted the clifE. He looked back,
waved his hand, anil disappeared ou the
top of the mountain.
-Mr. Daulton profited by the advice of
the scout and returned to Fort Davis
with his floeks and fainilv. Two davs
after he left Victorio camped at the wa-
ter-hole in the canvon of the Lone Cot-
tonwood. Every one knows the history
of that daring chiefs rcc less and brif-
liant dash along the frontier, his pur-
suit frit Mexico by the rangers, and his
death and the dispersioii of his lian i by
General Tcrrassas and a briade of
Mcxcan sol Hera. Those of his band
" "" 5ui-jii rvtuiut;u ii jun- iho;
Wcre "er Uic leadership of ana, Ju
nntI Kbie Wolf, three of Victorio's
c cJfs. The bands under the two
lonnrr ciueis got oa-K to me reer ;-
Iomwr chiefs got lia-k to the re-crva-
t5on n saVtv. Jllack Wolf had a small
party. aid the ranger. irusJ bun
c'ose. In a m i'n cat on deer in the
c ose. In a nie cat; on deep in tne
Sierra Diablo h turned at bar. There
was a fil,arP ''?:llt- illak Wolf uvu of
llis varriors. two s'juaws anil a papoose
wero killed, two squaws and three na-
I' captured, several were wounle 1
and the rest put to flight. When the
rangers, returning, rcache 1 Fort Davis
thu3' wr received with open arms. In
'J,e crowl collected to welcome e
uracwi was ir. .lames wamwu.
"Where is Apacho Gco.-ge?" ho
'niat's what no fellow can find out,"
answerctl one of tho rangers, "at least
no follow in theouthU He was with us
Hi thi t:trlit nnil rr-int-irnil n snitnu mill
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papoose. Wc camped that night about
a mile from i here wo had tho fight.
and next morning George and tho s.juaw
and papooe were missing.1'
Several of the rangers corroborated
thisstorr. and Mr. Daulton was forced
to return '' furrowing wife with the
s:ul .-telligeneo that nothing had been
- oln l"r m --singcmiu. anu uiai
the only " w," eemod able to give '
lhem -nfonna'ion had mysteriously dis-'
the only ono who seemod able to give .
ad mysteriously dis-'
apiH-areu ine nmgers ia.eu a ueai
"? themselves about tho doertum
u'. lhliir comrade and the escape of the ,
m a. w bb
I lie rangers talced a deal
Pll7.i ' ", .. ..... j
..J"u" huuu.uS im.u v ...
said one of them sagely, "for it was
my guard; and when I reported to the
I iltn in til ntil ti.thinrr tilawl t rttl
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lion? .and dida t even t-end a scout out
alter ( icorge , ... i
i no H turn up again, neser icar:
"- another, and sure enongli bo did
t,ira P about two months after the re- .
lu"1 l"e rangers. -
, in u,e n" .-ir. .lames imuuon i
""'- nrturned to tho canyon of the Ix)iie
t ottouwood. and erected an adobe '
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rangers a few days alter the latter s re- 1
turn from the ierra Uiablo scout, and
since tho interview his face looked
br ghler and he took a more cheerful
view of life. His wife, however,
mourned daily for the lost one.
One evening, late in the month of
July. IbSQ. Mr.
Dau'ton was busily en-
gaged about his .ranch, superintending j
the erection of a corral. He saw a
horseman coming up the canyon, but '
t liniKvlit flu) tiIi rtTtn nf rita hnnirtFJ nnrf 1
.mr i. ...b .,u uv ... ..wuvu .
turned again to his work-
piercing !cream, and then loud cries
fell upon his ears and he hastened to
ward the ranch house. As he entered
the hall by a rear door hl eyes fell on a
picture that caused his heart to leap
with joy. Iu the middle of the hall was
his wife on her knees and holding in her
arms the lost Willv. The joy-crazed
mother was smothering the little fellow
WlUl k,s;es- ri,e oih,cr children were
clustered around and Apacho George
stood in the doorway, leaning on his
ril'e. It was an hour before the people
at Lone Cottonwood ranch sobered
down sufficiently to hear tho scout's
story. Ho told it modestly and laeon-
ically. I have heard him relate it a '
dozen times, and give nearly his own
words. It was of little interest up to .
",e,e ot,tn "S"- ,m Sierra Diablo.
iUl", "'?. fc.rau ?U,UK u"1 "l "' '
"own l0 lue ot e Uiablo
"I reckon I did my share of the fight '
ing." he said: "The Indians made but!
little resistance. I took after a buck
ana a sous w wno bad a papoose in her i
arms. .Mvtirslsnot urouirht down the
buck. I tired at the squaw, but the shot
i-s a bad one. It struck her hands and
wounded the papoose in the feet. She
dropped tbe child and ran into a little
motto of timber. Tho papoose was
screaming at the top of his voice. He'
was a mue oit 01 a ieuow, and ior an
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codr and was about two years old J
r - " u . a-suuuicr to k.u mm.
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'em up in my bandkercbiei. jThen I
ot arbsr the sqnaw.
berselfuuder a leibre
down the papoose and pulled her out.
1 was lust about to draw mv knife
across her yellow throat when the
papoose began to bellow. She jumped
; up and ran toward it. The httle devil
held out its arms and she caught it im. I
and began to crv and kiss and bmr iUlfiL .? ..- uiikv '
TW to,.,i ,.,.. i...T 7???.irL l PrompUy putting on Uie brakes and
j scout laid his hand on his heart.
.. .w..wUv.u ...t .4i. iniu ouuuin t
j speak Apache tolerable well, and ltold
har that she and the kid shouldn't be
harmed that they were prisoners. She
seemed grateful, that is if anlndian can
be grateful, and I took her lck to
where tho outfit rendezvoused. Tbe
boys made fun of me for being so ten
derhearted, but I didn t mind that, I
wouldn't bare killed tbat squaw and
papoose fora million dollars. She knew
that her buck bal been killed, and tbat
night after we made camp she asked
me for a knife to cut off her hair.
Indian wjmen do that s.a sign of wid
owhoo. Ichoppol off her hair, and
j,aid something about the papoose being
pretty. She kissed the fcilupliedl
" 'Yes. andyou are good. Moaeta is
glad.1 Moncta was her name. I reckon.
-Moneta will remember Vhen I ro
back to my people I wilftell tbemtSe
"WTiite Wizard is good, and the young
TTlfin sj-JTl nnt trr tn ViTl him " Tlu
men will not try- to kill hiaa. The
Mescaleros call me tbe "hite TiMzard-
"Well, what she said set me to think
ing, and I began to talk to ber. Finally
i assea ner ii sne would Use to go swc
to her people.
HI b h .' t
co Idled up the kut and I jadl
I t .. . . i .
tamo wj Lais
him to vou. I know the a-cnt and the
great chief of the oIdier at Fort S1L
I will tay at the fort and they shall
watch me'that I don't na away, 'When
( I give yoa the white boy I can go back
to mv "people. What yon sajT
I told the Captam what she said,
and he gavn me permission to take her
back. 1 waited until the moon came
up that night and then woke her up
and told her what he said- She wat
nghty glad and helped me raddle the
rmies. We dipped ojt of camp, and
don't think the guard even noticed us
leave. When we got to Fort Sill she
Msnt out word to the reservation bv an
r Indian runner, and three
ward an old nuaw came it
nuaw came into the fort
with Willy in her arms I turned
' 3!oncta loone and started the same
. evening for Fort Davis. Here I am."
' Little Willy was treated tery kindly
by the Indians and was beginning to
get u.-md to his new life when tho
widow of Hitter Water carried him
ui.v lutkumnuu iuiuvu in ui uic iJ
, Apache Ueorge.
-I knew my old friend George.
, mamma." he said, as the scout finished
his btory. ai
j knew he had
jyou." (J. W.
u Mrj . -m iiuiiorcu ioiiu. ior l
come to take me back to
btiminvh. in Detroit Fret.
A very strange case of a little girl,
four years old. suffering from nar
colepsy, has beeii rojiorted in this city.
This disease is a very peculiar one, and
the patient is liable to go oil into a
gleep ata . mumct which
cont, n,,c for several hours, and at ti
even two or three days.
A few weeks ago Dr. Robert H. Por
ter was call to see the child in question
at her home, ou Portland avenue. She
Urst aevelowd svmptoms alnjiit a ye:
,tt,r an t-tac. of t..lhod fQ
nr r ...,-. . - . .r . .
lite first indication that the mother had
of the trouble was the restlessness of
the child, which would often have
"nodding spells." These attacks of
sleep gradually increased in se.crity
and frequency until .-.he u-ed to have at
least twenty a day. and ofto.i as many
as five or six at the table while eating.
The attacks lasted for about a minute.
but they were ver-m omul, and it was
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child iuimed.ately resumed wliatever she
had duj& Hjr,ePtv naorent of
Uie intermission that had taken place.
W hen the att icks would come on she
would fall fonvard on her face, and a
, tumor u.as pw,llicel on her fore.
IlBail from t0 frJJ.,It.nt contusions. A
Ieu. ,0tiL ago she began to have
8pa5ni; in ai!lllliun to Uie narcolepsy,
and became very destructive, hav-
-, a dcs-ro tQ kin
ai,,' , : .., .:,i
and it ro-
UirL.d snjat to re,tra.n her.
Tho case is a verv remarkable
from lhc auvolotimcnt of the disease .-,0
carl ia nfc a, w;th ci.iidren tne usual
tendency in such cases i to idiocy in-
steaii 0 infinity, as it is aiorv rare oc-
currcnce for a cta nol nver f.ve Ycan,
to become insane, l lie l ttle girl was
put under treatment for the d'scase,
; and is now perfectly recovered, not
having liad an attack for two weeks.
, The freaks that have been produced in
cases of this kind are very curious and
hifttmif TTnni nnilutnrr A fiinfi)nnf ioj
. tuore wa5 a man ailiieted'with
narcoiepsv iu th0 citv. whose attacks of
slc lIsej lo last "from two to three
flarSi juju canie on oncc or twire a
... ,nil, snm limn ni.o n nl.lrnv-ti
: time ago
sporting man. who was a narcoleptic,
lived here ami was a source of much
curiosity. Occasionally he would as
tonish his friends bv going to sleep at
the bar while taking a drink and re
main HsrfeeUy unconscious for a few
moments, when he wo.ild wake up and
take his drink, erfccUy unconscious of
Ho created considerable excitement
one night at a gentleman's house by
falling sound asleep while just ia the
act ot receiving an introduction to a
young lady, much to her discomfiture
and his friend's amuseme it. It is im-
TWfcCCttiln trs 4tm!k t!w nt nnt .rit rkf
thc sleeps, and the attacks are liable
f -w,, nT -nr ,.r .t.
,nv ., ..;:, ,".. i. o;.t.v.i 'ti,:,
mysterious and unaccountab e iisc.iso
was first described ten years ago and
From Uie spasmodic character of the
disease and its frequent association with
epilepsy, physicians believe it one of
the branches of this disease, and ere
lono - no doubt, it will be riyon i
prooriate position with the enilenUc
class. LonixciUe Cotiricr-JouniaL
Stage-drivers among the Rockies aad
Sierras learn to be as peremptory as
thev are daring
and probably Irom tho I
same necessity. Ihey
sy will have their j
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UlUCiSUUCIl - 'U J UL-I IS IIUkNll mil lilii-iu
lhc instan hc d the Jelm might
not have built his saiTCCrow stOTXcou
A correspondent of the San Francisco
when their being opened caused an ap
preciable circulation of, air.
Just as we wero rounding a particu
larly narrow turn in the face of the
j clift Foss noUced that the inside door.
bringing bis horses to a halt, he desread
- i..- i -r.
"Do you see that rock?" be said,
pointing to a huge bowlder ahead that
barely left room for the stage to pass.
-What of it?"
"Only this. Last season a stage was
passing tbat rock when somebody
opened tbe door. The door caught on
the rock, and as it opened further just
pried the whole business over the clitL
That little speck way down there is one
of tbe hind wheels caught on a tree.
Now will you keep tbat dtorsbutF'
It took half aa hour to get that dwx
opeaed when, we got toCalistoga, every
llXrt 4 rflh .a ft- .. a . . . a si
h 5rt ,CTt JlZT XT
fced Xt A with hto ltancIfatrhwL
individual on hoard havimrseDaratslv
Mrs. Kcltie. a promisest simger ol
Hamilton, Omt., was awakened the other
might by the cryimg of her cbBd. She
quieted it, aad both were, soon asleep,
but she was again awakened, this time
by a sharp mala ia the ear. whea she
screamed, aad by the low harming gas
she saw a rat run away. It had bitten
Mrs. Kellie's ear so as" to make it Weyd.
j Examining ber babe, she found utioc its
I aar the imprmte af tha iss taaChT
sinnnril nv the ruritnrs. iritri Tt-hirsh
fehehad bidden' JonngFos5 (the driver) demanded tbat
j siage uuors ue sept ctoseu. nar.icuianv
MMIC FAEI A5 G.fcieS.
1 Gate a a farm, imatmi f ban.
' cbesper is Use ns. bj m
ic-,iwci s ..-? c
Celery caa oaly be uro1"- to a4
vaatage o vrry klgkly maaared L
Tbe manure hoeld be applied. If fay
sible, 1b Use fait. a4 plowed udr.-
American t arnwr.
Two year-old trre of t appUs,
plum, pear aad cberrr arw tbc be cu
lor plaatiag. Ptjarh trws bo-ld
ons year old. Stocky, low-braackcd
pecuueas wiU give tlie'bc Ufctloa
.V. T. II -raid.
Acoordfcig to Prof. IL of Iowa,
tbe bat, ia-ad of benag an ob;rct of
aversioa him!d be regarded as a trtM
"Xncad of aia." it b a great dt
stroyer of iaectA. and unlike many of
te:ropiii joes.do ao harm to "us
Is England window carta: as of
Ktained gla-s. fur the lower half af thu
window, are lecoiig mual. aad ar: a
very great improvement upn tbe ugly
structure of woven wins and wtcer
which have done erv'ce for o 'ong a
time. "Tb-e who know" a-t that
tbro artculrly pretty !dtdoiu to
tbc wm loirs will soon be equally uul
in Xew York res -den es.
Cora will shrink from the time it is
husked from tbe field or shock, in ihn
autumn, in well-protected crib. from
twenty to thirty jef cent by pnng
lliat is. one hundrodbu-hels will ihrink
to arvcuty or eighty, according to how
dry it wa when gathered. Suad corn
will shrink twenty per cent- o that forty
cents per bushef as it coms from tbe
field is as good as fifty cents i ike
spring, A, y. Eramincr.
llic Gardener' a Mmikly says. "It
has only recently been clearly demon
strated that a 'dead branch of a tree
makes almust as gre-it a strain on the
mam plant for moisture as de a living
one. This is oue of the ram important
tIicovene- of modern botanical -eience
to the practical horticulturist as bv this
krowlcdge he can sase many a valuable
tree. Any dead branch, or anv weak
one. should by at once cut away."
All kinds of jxMiltry and meat can
1-c cioked qti-cker by adding to Uie
water in which they are boded a little
vinegar or a piece of lemon. By tho
usu of a little acid there will be a con
siderable saving of fuel, as well as
shortening of time. It action is beno
lieial on old tough ircats, rendering
them quite tender and cay of diges
tion Tainted meats and fowls will Tomj
their bad tato and odor if cooked in
this way. and if not ascdtoo freely no
taste of it will In) UvunHiHf Cincinnati
Times. "oe i. P
A writer in the A. .iZ Farmer
says: -'A half pint of unt!ower.M."d
given to a horse w lit his other 11.
each rno'-n ng and night, will keep him
in better health and better spirited than
he will bo without it, while his hair will
be brighter. When a saddle hore is
re mired to be particultrly sprightly, ho.
may lie g.ven a pint of sunflower seed
with his oat at night, and half as much
in the morning: he will be found more
antic and sprightly through the dav,
and consequently be more pleasant to
Health ef Farmer.
A formidable antagonist to the health
of the farmer, an overpowering evil, ia
connected vith his manner of living.
Far too many sell the best foo I an 1 keep
the poorest for their own tables.
While the mechanic may use more
pastry than the fanner. it"i probable
that the fare of the farmer, on the whole.
is more unwholesome than that of the
average, con i-d ng more of the heavier
and grosser kinds, as pork, cabbage,
sausages hams and the like. Compared
with beef, pork is very objectionable,
not only on account of its ndigestib li
ty. but from its almost uniform diseased
condition, the Ih'er of the fattest ones
being generally ulcerated. This fact
vouched for by the swine butcher is
sufficient to condemn the carcass of such
swine- The average time for the digi-s-tioa
of fat iKrk in a strong doniach
is fiye hours and a quarter, or nearly the
whole time between our nieals, allowing
but little or io time for stomach rest,
while that organ needs rest as much as
The use of pork is a prominent cause
of scrofula, glandular derangements,
consumption, rickets and a fcanul train
of evils connected with the trichin e.
now known to bo very abundant, even
among the country swine, particularly
those kept in cellars, under stables,
slaughter-houses and the like.
Veal is used cxtcnsiyely by farmers,
though it is mure difficult of digestion
than beef, indicating that it is killed too
young before it has been sufficiently
changed by tho new order of thingi
Of tourc just to the extent that the
stomach is weakened by the attempt to
digest such indigestible articles as jrork.
horn, sausages, "eal. cooked cabbage
and eggs, its digesUve ower must be
impaired, of course diminishing the
amount of nourishment obtained from
Uie food, for the nourishment degicnds
more on the amount digested than the
Hero 1 remark that bread honest
bread, tbat made of the whole products
of the grains, the rasping hull except
ed and beef are the two good repre
sentatives of nourishment for Uie tann
er. Beef contains nearly twice Uie
strength-imparting nourishment ol
jKrk."while it digests in about half the
time, thus saving vital force tbc extra
labor of the health of the eater.
Again, the farmer eats too hastily,
and!" there fore too heartily, and under
unfavorable carcumstancesT These er
rors will account for much of the de
rangements of the liver and bowels.
That digestion may be as perfect as
possiuic. it is tiesiraoie to so arrange
tne wore as to aiiow a mue compara-
tive ren just berore and after each meal
not absolute rest, but lighter work.
On the contrary, in 'hay-time" the
farmer rushes to his meals almost
crushed by his to'is. faUgued and over
heated, evca worse, takes his meal in
the shortest time forcing tbe food
down with dnnks and then hastens
l-ack as rapidly, to save time, but loes
far more in the future than he gains at
Uie present. His immediate hard labor
sadly interferes with the digesUve pro
cess, of course robbing him of a part of
the nourishment of his food. This in
digestion naturally leads to dyspepsia,
while the partly digested food, passing
into the bowels in an unprepared
state, correspondingly deranges the
bowels, often producing dysentery aad
the ITie- All of this naturally
and ntcessarfly deranges the IivVr.
producing torpidity, then torpidity of
the bowels costiveness. The circum
stances connected with these tolls, so
near the meal time, are so calculated to
derange digestion as not to warrant the
use of sack indigestible foods. Jt Ts sot
surprising, therefore, that so many of
this class feel compelled to use pUIs'and
powders, patronizing all of the dealers
im patent" nostrums. It Is as seedinl
to have the saliva of the mouth mixed
with tbe food, by thorough chewing; aa
it is to have our food cooked. This is
particularly true of starchy foods mora
thaa of meats, aad heace the daily sup
ply of from three ta six aad a half
poaads that the moath aad the stomach
may prepare it for the bowels, aad that
good blood msy be made from k to
Bearish the body. Very mach depeads
oa what is sometimes called "atosth di
gesrtioa." wkboat which all of the after
labor Is met onlrmcreased. bat s mece
sariiy imperfect. With haatam bemgs
aad sack animals as 4vhcw the cad"
like the patieat ox: setting us a good
example if the first steps are ommkted.
gootf wood, wh-ca is -the life." is
mamam. Farm and Fireside
--Wfttfcrs wiifi r tdf-ff-f -
wfeetrW w&w Tmf bHm
Tt' a cbty frrak U r-pri-r
ki a r as Jarre a Tta Wby
ditci2 ls weflr Wret Frx
Jfr Sate?! GfHL U--t?t Ue Wtiter
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tbfj9si tie t s-tKkt-uv fc t7 cw4
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lbs Hwutae fTrz'j i. m si t Jrc
O- 1U ti-e jrtTitett t t tdrAUa
yt te Gi-'ttjosj fr) .Vm.
So ottd tlr jstcW v & ktekrr. Kr I a
. 1. tocv ctiM kc. I k-e t ltt '
c-is ul I -ottU f. A tT nu. O-t bi 1
fior wd-rjd U M o tt Ws Uck la )
tbe brttsi sd tbtk "KtUi tirtpr-3 fc-fi I
Wie a tbr Asd drk ut-V iiwea aj
lfk d let bra!: txi AM nr txuro ,
wvnh te b&Adrrd tti m. kOT S er mrkt, j
o-l oese y wm ust sua litdxj Bt mp i
drr. a! pticJ oa Ua bd bU X ;
1S tros. a red ei ti. ti b-rrU tf r
&i lUiatoti t-icr, I td t rt C oa J
It re-Ur ai bisl u trJy k-UJ IrrtW,
tb top at tbe CTicon lktu4 and Nrtb
Hl. iuJ tbca a tillas tstp4 Scttwjsj f
dowc, kiU c4e irr )1 but to Vatt, td
tbe ntv-tlie, irall hf V dr? Uh. Ml-
Ulrj4 Itivtr atx week W CM Ui of lat
load aJ ot eat tbe drtrer, ! hs tbrr
miaou Xu-r le rmiur I etik! U; tr&- :
qo Uy brt"-in o tb jray LtijiiU ttot
tmCr abote tbe J3trr. wias rte- 7 it l
the kiod U a &. I wjU be. i;rONjr
IcteUlsrat lnl ca fjmdJr earn a rrrw
by beirt. Such kawlvlc? raay ;nTe Btoi
at oce future time. Tb Want Hit rcr9
by bri -Or Osyvitt' Telfcw IK--V. awl
twitjarQlt aratai!. T(hv ikk, irr
rtlla. jQ'lr, Iron. Ilawbn, Crlerr ana ( al-
ya, &1 u tLe fiiirattlrrarlbm rx afdrt-
bd Mmx! pcrtarr Trr Ka JsubJ 1 Iruia a
A raTHIK cemplalncd bJttrrlj of the iraj j
bit cbl lrco t!ctryd ibclr ciMbtc Ife '
raid When I a buy I ectjr bad etc tatt
of eilitbra anil I bad to take rxre at It. Im I
only alloed otsc nXr of W; a year ta thm
days." There a a i--i. and tkn tbe ekl
et buy kt up Bml all "I ay. da4. ytm
bare A Blich eaW tbne of It Dow juu jut
llTlnj wtlb na.M -Airt.9 TrAwwc.
Iji-ilca. yot: rmnmit miVp fair aVln. rtT
cLerki arnf (arklinz eye Ub all tte n-n-.cllra
f Francr, er to3uljfier f tbe world,
srhlle In ror health, am! rmthMur wtH jte
JOU ueb cr-l bealtb. trenrtb. lttH-nl
(lrll and bejnty aa Hop lttlleia. A trtil I
certain jiroof. See another column. TArajA.
FriCER. of tbe IWton Cimmfrc! JlsJIHin.
hsa illaroTerrd tbat "lorouatlon " la mt a
lobular bjtnn in HntaU.
.-EtU UUoItlon are early sbewn."
Erll tendendra in our yfe n are to be
atchxl iQ'l inurtled rint. If y.u find
jourlf crttlns litliou. bed Heary. mctb
foul, eje teijow, kklie.s ilwordr-e i. ump
toni of pile torjcrntlBj? tou, t5ie at ooo a
few lie of KHiie-urt. It la nature'
pre-t aUtant. le It analraare-ruarJ
Uon't wait to set d-wn sick. Kesd adVu
The iSdew-JV bnrcter
winter quarters. JltL
will oon ro In for
To iMPROvr. the p;earince i f tbe akin
rlV. are taken, arenlc tnerenry, tr
found Ut ed uir.ed ertiele eonuintnr
deatb-(lcallti druc. sre taken in bo. e of '
tettmr rid of all tbee troubles In ncanr
caea. death 1 tba mutt. No a left tton ot
tbe burnins, beat Inc. Itching and niairwv
tln I cifen. AH tnubls! with Rrxrn a falt
rbeun). Tetter. Humor. Icfljuttnatl &,
lloush, Scaly Eru tion of inr Wind Dis
ease of tbe flair and Scalp, Scrofula, Ocrs,
IHn-tilr or tender llctilnr ,nyiart of tbe
Iwxly, should know that there U bi! foe
theni In a aure. perfrct and clejant rertlely,
known a. Dr. Hen-n f kin Cure, which coa
be obtained at drucrUt.
A cac.-tic wit. In srw-aklns of an Impecuni
ous friend, ttM: lie ettie hi dcbU Just
bke clock-work tick, tick, tick."
An Undoubted Itlrolng.
About thirty yer aj-o a prominent Pbyat
clan by the nanic of Dr William Hal dUcuv
ereil, or pro.lucel after Ion? experimental te
earcb, a remedy for d.aea.e of the tbruat,
chest and luns, which wa of nueh wondTful
efficacy tbat It soon clnrd a wide reputation
In this country. Tbe name of the medicine It
Dr. Wjc. lUti's lUL-tv roitTnr!.cxo,anl
may be wfely rellel on as a ,4cdy and pol.
tire cure for coughs, colds, ore throat, Ac
Sold by all DnurzisM.
Acotper man ha l-en kl leil Irj to'.-awxo
In New Torlc. A hothead of It robcl otcx
blai. JkuSott CotHtnrrcitd JlEtin.
Th Voltaic Relt Co., MarthaH. Mich., wa
end Dr. Dre'a Celebrated B retro-Voltaic
B4i and Illectrtc Appliances on trial for
thirty dar to men (youtm or old; wh arc f
Cicted witb netTOUS debility, lost Tltaltty and
kindred trouUe. truaranteelnr spsdy and
complete restoration of health and manlyticor.
AddreM a abcTc N. It No ruk U taeam!,
M thirty day' trial k allowed.
Tnr mast popular of all the EaslubM.rs.:
lllnce pie. 27 Judgt.
'Vonen that hare beenpronouneed Incura
ble tT tbe bt pbrsictan bale twen com
pletely cnrd by Lydia E. llnkbasi's Veta
ble Cora pou wb
Mas. Lasotuv studied a new role on tbe
teamer comlaj: over, bavins aa ocean to do
to. .V. 0. J'iajyvtte.
SntAinHTCx your old honu and sboea with
Ljon Patent Heel Sliffeners. and ear them
acaia. Sold by boe and barJwaro tlealcrs.
Wnxx the button comes oC tbe back of a
man hirt bis eho'.er tsras to rlac Botto
- ,MM '. mm
Jlade'a Huorj- of Itorehnnnd ad Tar.
Make timely use of it fcr cousha. Pikc'j
tootbacbe drop care ia one znluute.
"Th art that conceals art' as tbe thief
remarked when be slid ao expensive oQ paint.
inj: under his coat.
HPDiamond Dyes will color any tbia any
color, and nerer fall. Tbe easiest and beat way
to economize. 10 cents, at all drcjKlsls.
A vcnnix philosopher thinks that early
rtslns It el! enough aa far as bread Is coa
cerced. Dojs't Dnt rs the Horsx. "Jbraxh on Rata."
Clean out rata, mice, ruacbea, bed-bora. 13c
It Is tail tbe printer lacgba when be rets
MBccHCT4ra-,, Qaick, complete care, all
acaoyta; Kidaey DUeassa. IL
A JCKTXa.v was asked If tbe Judre bad
diarsed bim. "Falib." kxhl he. "tbe ma
lectured us a croj deal, but I dio'l bclkxe be
cant to cbjrjre ior iu"
A soft at wrr may tarn awaT wrath,
it is far safer to trust to tbe e in caae
other party k real mad.
-TnaT man is aa rood nalurrJ that be
woulii bohl an HmbreiU over a tiack ia a
shower of rain.' ofcacrred Jerroii once of a
A coKKEjpojr&aTr ask: Do casxry bfada
like fish!T Well, wc cas't Ull wbethsr tbey
do or not; but tbey maaare to citch a little
perch every day. X. 3". CvmrnnrioL
"Tnis lBurnoe potier fa a qwer tbiac"
aid Dobte. reSediTelT -If J cant aeil te I
cancel it, and if 1 cancel it 1 can't sell U."
A Chicago crook eased GrfrweJd peat
eizbtees day is a litt e town it Peraylr
aia. aad derwc tbat tiaae wooed asd yob tbe
belle of tbe place, bat a aaa oat of $i,6xX
won fOGO at poker ad sot away wkboat pay
bar tbe lasdlord. Ckiemgo JVVsi.
Som eae ny: "Ceartakip I tbe eac
froth, astl mimacc lh; carard. ia tde Seat
ias Waad of life." .V. O. Piatjmr.
A WxsTxaw faraaer sdvertfees tbat he
want a Sr:-cii5 futate Bsatbee. Tbere aiw
lots of ausbers xa Flvgarfffcla. Pa&aJrf-
Taxmr b a ataa Hrmc ts tbt city wbo is o
he i too latr to sg?f. f7imajB Taaaat
JLcmuiss crtp: PBrarty'a.
Txaccierrrepcnere( a New Jersey
aag atnoTtrea tasvt tsreaevte esa-esr oa
rresi tbe actio ef a ewra-wtVr'si
tagakcyfaarTjsgTBaiwVi far a csat eaa egy
ice tbc srtjpn radeaieb the aelaat af tbe
style ef tip, fee tbe a aXeeted ferti
Trrjeerrrcyocnaraaa abest tewv X. T.
ac --e-r-ci spaw. .. tbe aapiere-
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Scalds, General 8odrf
Tovih, Ear end ttsdeche. Frastvd
Feat end Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
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