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THE SWETEST THING IXPHINT.
Hrhc Fonjr you ntmtn fa Ann um ti
Lo his ioa fricntlTiM Ornr.
Ah 'llOJlth tllCJiruHjlll!r trrf Ihnv -.ll.. ...
HO ruVMiininirfliiv- .
Hut oh! tlii morn the im-as-t--.. .
Had Jutt bffftin to (dint
1 hw tlit very Mvi'eKta thtnjr
J ci-crraw-fn irint."
1 it In vorwj or nroV mt,i iv.
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' I wish I could hu Imtthat miuo
I hml no riRiit to io.
'Twin poetry i) lovely that
TwoiiM melt n hcurt of Hint."
I IoIk- KiKh wi : Hjr far the w ccttst thinjr
ever wir in print."
" lray k! c no wmo Won of lu"
Hlchiim IK-Kpctl. "W'l, I'll try
It hair w ax koMcii. nna ita oj-e
As liliu ne j oudcr f ky.
It wrre n irown of nillco
With Iot or creamy tint,
Anl iicirr iw a nwuctcr thlny,
I'll wager, hecii in print."
- Ilanxr' Jiazar.
A YOU.MJ WIIWWER'8 STOUV.
I vt my wife just about a j'car a"o
now. :uid Mmnii to wij', I am not Tn
tin Jrast t'OHsohjil. 1
an not niiximm
to attack any body of "professional
iih'ii, but I do think the doctors killed
I was ill myself for Home, time before,
ml when I met her, poor girl, I huil
iM-eti ill withnrvoiisprostration,malaria
and dyspepsia, the doctor haid. 'J'he
hi-at was intense. Jtist such a heated
term us we have had this ."iimmer, and
the brokers' ollice of Ackerly, fackle
bur A: Cords was not the coolest or
iiiopI halubrioiii environment. 1 Jiatl
the ticker in my hand, it had ju.it
"milked Wabash Preferred," when I
I. I il 1 :.... ...
in-.ini iiiu riiwi. lllllMUll voice J my
fellow clerk. Arthur (Mark-, mv f r..n..
- tin re. goes Horatio," and I was dimly
coii-MifitH thr.t J had tumbled into his
lon arms, and up against a rather
warm waistcoat which covered the bo-tt
heart iu all thi wickej world. Arthur
had a houc in an up-town .street, while
I jil owneil a weekly interest in a
.second. pair-back in a boarding-house;
and when I succumbed what 7lid this
prince of good fellowidobut have mi.
jtiit in :m ambulance, and brought to
bis father's house, vdicro a beTl was
nnde up for me in lh i-mpty parlors.
His voice again was the next thin- I
'Yoll M( old
felluv." said Arthur.
in-, mother and sLstfrsare out of town,
md only the bo mil the govcrnorare
at home; .so as we dlln't want to put
Hie gocriior out, wj concluded to give
ou the iai Ior, white he rarely conies
in siiintuer. So youare to Ii here and
get well: line brec.tj through when the
libran door is left eien, .straw mattiii"
(rather the worse fij- wear), a few Tibl
iiiluiei, of Mispectd authciiticilv, on
the wall, fas liMiiifs done up in brown
p:iper. mirrors cored with nusrpiito
111 1, Hoiatio Hroison stretched on a
ha-tily-improvised'eot, ice on head,
taken down preltyibad, doctor rceom
meiids qtu'et. Arllifr Clark. Ks(J., master
if the .situation. )o,l like the picture?
Moths, c:,1s and njosipiitocs thrown in,
hand-orinssubsijied; be still and get
we!l. No cmot'mi, if you please -
forbiddei, my detr boy, by medical ail
vii'0." Arthu. rattled on and put mo grad
uallv imojiosscaiioii of the facts. From
his Ii f iinstimre of my e tse, I pres
ently stfik oil' iuto a fever and lost all
.sense of time, place and circumstance.
Adoctir and a uoiuau nurse became a
part ' my iiiiierfcct conciousncs:,
ami tin large, dfserled pailor.s of a city
bouse,, with its numerous pictures, -c-aine
fia ibeauiy wav the hori.ou of
" my cjfu-ed ami distressed vision.
Thifnwas a cattle piece in front of
inc. :ad a large dark red battle by
mooijght in a heavv Venetian frjimc.
Thcr.was a i.nvof Venice, and a pivt
t. ljilo cop3 of Helen IVoment,
Ktibs' wife. There was, of course, a
aiadlina della Scggiola, anil a ('enci.
Mr ,nd Mrs. Clark had been to Kuropo
ahoif twenty years ago, win 11 no re
.spi Jable American eer dared 'mo
hot without the two last-named cop
ies fpT these pictures, and a little
gur of the Lacoou in the corner, did
1 (pm, and perhaps rave. Arthur,
desrobl boy. used to come in and see
nit t cry cening. His personality
.si il out distinctly, and he has told me
.siije (bless his beait!) that I alway.s
.sat: " You arc doing your work and
ink", too. I know 3011 arc." and that
one or twice 1 was weak enough 10
wd lot that pass, we do not love each
otrr any the les.
1 got to listening to the rounds at
nipt, and wondering what they meant.
A lid. metallic thump on the pac-
mt, as if some one had thrown a
cift'bar, which occurred about once in
liVtniiiutes. amazed and pulled me.
Wv should any one throw down a
er-vbar with marked periodicity?
The was a little tinkling bell fiat
cne at three o'clock, just after the
ct-k at I'Htb street had struck, which
w singularly puerile and foolish, I
tkight. Then there were queer pco-
j- who volXod and stopped, and others
no x .ilkcd and didn't .stop. YVbv
r dn't thoj all stop, or else fkilk on? 1
-ard conlidenccs of young- lovers.
any a marital reprisal, not meant for
ly cars, came through the closed
buds. Many a group of young men
vent by with .son and jest, and then
jame the long weary time from two
clock to four, with only the episode of
the crew bar. and the bell, and the
1 clock, and now and then some other
cutiielv inexplicable sound.
I think we will leave his blinds open
to-night to give him more air," said the
familiar voice of my nurse to Arthur,
one hot night, as my friend paid me his
' Who is she?" I whispered feebly
to Arthur. If I had a grain of sense or
' consecutive thought left, it always came
io me when Arthur was in the room. -
"m'One of the trained nursuis from
lfcllcvuc, old boy. A nice girl. Sne is
bringing-you through splendidly. How
do you feel to-night? temperature rath-
jcr high," and 1 sank off into sleep or
something, with Arthur's cool baud" on
'When T awoke the gas was turned
up, and my nurse stoou over mc with a
wine-glass full of medicine.
You must take this," said she, ira
miiaiV -authoritative voice.
1 looked at her for the first timo. She
was a neat, elderly person, not af all
handsome, but IarVe and VCrv lX)WCr-
ful. It seemed to me aTfiiat motnenO
as if she were Boadiceru or the Maid of.
Saragossa, or Miss Jcx Blake,-or some
thing of that order. -
As she poured tlown the draught I
felt my whole internal economy obey
ing her. 1 swaiiowea, gaspeu, ureauicu,
because she told me to. Thenhe I
The blimls were open, and moonlight
streamed into mv room. I saw the
clouds, and the cats; I saw the passers
bv. There was a balcony outside my
windows, nnd several people clambered
up on it and looked at me. There was
a newsboy whom I had offended, and a
tnomVinr r.f the Stock Exchange 'whom I
,n.i fo'ioji r nipasfi. At one time the.
balcony became P1???0
auu again it r?aTj-ry:' .- ,
ThesoitHds went ob;j4 fr9l!W
n u itg MmKin& jttgteacv.
then i ImdywA W?
' yztk?: -i.
Wdl. WkV nnt?"-i L rmlkM-nVT
leaded, a4 with th eotknn of illnts.
Soe !ttriiir reMBsnt of wai
lethal tMt ngMgXy
(forje tfcoulnms of a nitk md) vr
WKt are tou?" 1 .vkctl.
"I am Helen Kroment. the irovcrncs.
eaid fclic; "M-nt lown by 31 nc Clark for
MiuJototuii-lMwk. Tlie.raB ran that tlreail JMrttrof tarcein tkt Tmorria
offtlfiftraelf. TgdlJijwinow. I wrr,f the dew from mr taSTSd
imvn ninw i - ii tri vitiv mm
noonclct-mc In, 1, nectn tlip bltDL
open, nattirnllv -clamiH-rcti
iron railing, anil here I am
"J. n nick mnij. HoraUo nmon. J Ihe little tinkKn brll.wp thought.
IMicve. Arthur brought tne here," mipht be wmc cat f ntamrl.'d in a nft-
Oh. of coute! Unw aliMinlP He work of rcMiiindin metal, the dacf nil
wrote !to hb mother all about you. I ant of foti the Cat. wboem-he mlrbl
had forgotten. 3Iy ncnreji have been be. Hehviw the only txrrVm trho
w Miaken by that railro-wl accident I had attended m- thniii'-h mv illnen
hatl forgptten that jou ere here. I who crrr trie.1 1 .-xplain. and" to help
beg a thousand. iinrdotu for tbH intnf-; mc out of mr IntellcatxaJ maze. The
lion. I will creep up into my room other ignored thm
and disturb nobody." ,1181 the iwncr'of love, that one
Mop a mintit.-. my mind w weak, bleared inspiration, which never tire.,
J tlm llt flu. i rnu i.lni.o ik-ill lnil iliiit' hii-..v. . -
I : , i"v- ,, j rV , V.
'' iu naiiiii'ii io u! cniiir. iici
name, Helena rroment, the ";ovcrnes.s.
J took a good look at her.
She was a quiet girl, in a gray travel
ing dresi, although I thoug'it her
wmiling (jenuan face not unlike that of
Then the gas went down, and she
went off, and the crowbar went on fall
,u iiapprn io oe cautr. iieien rro- ami never treats a trivial the dl'-ht-t
menu like the picture on the wall?" wi,h or the-inr of the In-loved jecL
J he lady laughed and tunied up the j Helen was alwav fresh. Sb; .cemed
gas It Ijj a curious coincidence." to hare ju MeTitwd from her tirin--
natll jlie. 'Mhn Wmr Inilws inll fin, i u-itiiM, lUC-.. II. .1:... .. r w .
the Kubens.' lam mmply a German , aw in hej-the iliiwjrderof carl v morn
girl, witli a common enough (Junnan inir or night: tho fatl-rii.. n.l" l,.t r
mg evcrv Jivo mltntei outside, and tlru , the sweetest word known to the car of
bltle !oll tinkled at three -o'clock. man. or we man carrioxtwiih It iU own
About this time Arthur began to fade ajwlogy. "fche should Ixj my wife!
mvay. Jr,.sevnecl u me that, X only saw And preposterous a it was, uhe for
hirn once after this, atid then I said to irave mc
him: J.'ico girl. Helen Knimwil," in a . She was not by mv side when I need
jocular way. cd her mo,t, when the two men were
He laughed and said: " hat queer rubbing me with salt flannel cloths and
things you do say!" ' I the doctor was pouring brandy down
"J mean the go-erness, your sister's my throat. Oh, how f needed her in
governesM," hoj.ing he would tell me J that painful struggle, when, as they
about her. , said, the fe cr turnel." , How I need-
. '. ,1 . ys; l",: Kw,rnt ,v; ha! ed her in those hour of mortal reak
ha! Helen Kroment. ,0h! yes. JIorat:o, ness -whleh succeeded. I could no( ask
old fellow, keep cool: keep quiet. for her. I could not speak. I could
1 es. She U u nice girl enough," but only-think and prav for her, and look
l;e laughed and would not explain. j at the door to see If she were coming
Arthur disappeared .about this time. in. Il was the third day, I think, after
I asked for him, and they said he had. this that the doctor told me that Arthur
gone away. 1 should have missed him had the fever, up-stairs; that I had worn
more, but Helen, Helen Kroment, bo- out two trained hospital tmr-:-, and
came so devoted to me. She did not go that I had been so delirious as to need
back-to Mrs. 'lark with the books. She the attendance of tw o men.
staid and nursed mo most assiduously. "These picture1?," said the dojtor.
She could draw and paint very well in smilinr. "havecoineififoriifiMidiIe.il
water colors, and finding-that this quiet of brain trouble," and he oi!ilcd to tho
accomplishment amiijed without wean- C nci, still covered. '
ing me, she was kind enough to sit by ' He stepped to the frame and took
my side and let me wateh her. Then d'wn the coicr. How por and pale
aim told me t,uaiut stories in n-Curman a cojiv it neetued, how uttorlv-iiisiguifi-aci-ent,
and read poetry to me, and in a ' cant!"
low recitative, or in a sort of chant she j But," said I, "doct-ir, all this i
gavemy weary ears the relief of praty j very well; but what has become "of
mm piainuve oauaus oi nor own tier-
she sang m a
o ballad voice,
One hot evening she said to me: " Do
3011 know what night this is? It is the
eve of St. John. Midsummer Night,
when the spirits of men goforthtomet
Cod in the woods; the angels are all
A ...I . 1... .1- :!. 1 1
.iiii.i mil- men iwi iiri ,iicr conns
for me a little picture of a procession of
Druids walking in a foie,t, while
through the got hie arches of the trees
long lines of white-winged angels came
iiown to meet mem. l remomlier Jiow
cleverly she touched in
a gleam of white.
the wings w ith
. Hut I was getting too much white
about this "time, and the strong white
drapery mid the sad face of the Cenci
began to trouble me. I asked" Helen to
put mat picture away, so "I could not
I can not do." said she.
I can throw my dark shawl over
it," and she did.
Helen, continued to smile and be amia-
bio. I asked Hie other Helen to make not some foundation for mv theory of
me a little copy of that bright face, and Helen. Had not somebodv'ontered the
to leave it where I could tip it up with house by the balcony that Jlreamv.stnr-uw.-ik
hand, and look at it a little ry night?
nearer. Tins r..ejliil Imi wlmti 1 1 .-;... I . .. v.. i ....:. 1 4 -..... ..!.., .-.....
graMi h, t loumi OUl lluWH.-.ir.f w:s.
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1 lountuttiat I could not even ma
that fuiil piece of paper.
1 ou musi remoinnor, sani Helen,
"you are still very ill." and she laid
the sketch away in a drawer ot my lit
Then I began to get better, I was
strong, convalescent. I returned in
thought to the world, and with me into
the land of health came the patient
girl who had now become my daily
companion. She did not take "all the
care of 1110. Two men seemed to do
that. I could not exactly tell where or
when they came in, but just about with
the disappearance of Arthur, I should
say that a ague, uncertain period, not
far from the time when Jlelou came in.
Somehow, I did not care to ask oues-
uoiis. i.ne was
with the music, the paint:ng. tin
accomplished girl J
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mutism nun 11. xiic. ouier pcopic mane 1
disagreeable noises, and were not nl-
together agreeable to feeble nerves.
My men nurses tramped heavily and
jangled glasses, ami the doctor was,
although the most respectable of his
species, what I should call a loud man.
Helen made no noise: she was the vere
essence of stillness, except when she!
.sang or talked, and that, w:is music 1
which is not noise. Discord is what .
hurts sus.u iielcn was all concord.
Xoiso is discord. It seems to ine that
this state oi things had gone on, for
weeks, and that t liogan to know Hel
as a man
to know a woman
whom ho shall love
ind marry. I be-
1 gan to watch for fitting opportunity to
icit ner mat 1 iovcu ner, mat she was
the being 6f all others to make mo
happ-. I owod it to Helen to tell her
so, and 1 lelt mat we must make some
excuse tp our friends for being-so much
together, that even the doctor might
fhuilTiUrfms that, perhaps, Arthur
-yes ArtJifir. - II litre utut Arthur
But when I was ready to frame these
sentences,- Helen always evaded mc
sometimes a tinkling oi that ridiculous
bchV-and the men nurses-came in
somotimes the .doctor himself,, never
Arthur. j ,
The parlor began 45 look unb'ke the
parlor. The piasb -was covered over
with a white cloth,sand- bottles stood
upon it. Nothinjr seemed chanrcd on
Lthe walls but the cloth which had hid
den the Cenci. "
sThat bad fallen, and-suddenlv the fic-
urC seemed -to bend out of tho frame,
and to nod to me.
Heten!-" Tshriekcd'Hclen! Aide
Hex cool band was over mv eves in
metuent, and tho vision passed awav.
J Poor, troubled brainj" I heard "her
say,-as she rubbed -my-forehead- with
her soft hand entill went to sleep.
It would be absurd to try to follow
this love affair. .Suffice, to say we got
to understand each other, and Helen
promised to many me. We had of
course to wait until I should recover mv
health, which was as yet uncertaia. I
could not disguise it to myself that al-fcoHgBT-liadTidwrs
of healtli, thatithe
bottles, the doetor,-the-bcd,-andtiten
-tea bHims teuahted. " T
' iBeln alwa3sd "patience, dearest.
pMteaee: aa wru e wcu. 1 will wait
for you. Yoti 'hare a loag suaamerlxs
lore you, in which yoa must racovcrl
Meaetlme let-n go. on with" tbcrc4-
Stie.BMisic-ta Baiatrar." Hehw
mm J eterat
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ni pWlr m4 Tlt
".; wr tove m itJm.iA -m-j
weeoiM aot'U- twr ; $
TfiCiW were layi an.I M,t full of
liapninca. IIl'Icti wml ,. .. i
. ... -w.wv- tr .ij nu
iw.T: oiicuraii often brnv !!-
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noiac. He tame to Uc onuioi
that the iwrioifc droppff,- Jf th-v cro.
- was Mime mfdnlsht mumiii ol
"-- K"m aniagontuc. never Micer
me sick room never reached her. The
fm.ihe.st color, the frohest t!owen. the
sveet, careful arrangement of her hair,
the tierfume of neatncs all this and
morefollowed mv beloved and made
her pricolcj-4. And then 1 taj-an to call
... n . -. -- . ..-.
j her my wife. To lie sure, it wa pre
mature. Hilt nlw fnrimn, it l..t....
-....w.w.,-. ...... A.ll.,1.-,
.Helen, mv Helen Kroment. im-wife?"
Tin' ilnflnr l-ftiirlinil ' '
"Mydear boy," .s.ahl he, "sho was
only a part of the fever. One of our
insane dreams. That ecellent Miss
Hunt she is eldi'iiy and plain enough
for all professional purposes, but s-he
had to ring the hell and summon Simon,
you made love to her fervently. She
knew, however, that you were as mail
, IWIVIV, IIUHUttl. III. II )llll MZl
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as a natter, aim sac win ne cr sue
for breach of nromise of mnrri.i.n.
' is down with the fever herscfr,
1 1 would not believe it; I did not be-
liu.i it. nnd 1 don't believe it. I would
wait and sec Arthur, and ask him if it
were not a conspiracy of my enemies.
When we two met again we wot e two
ghosts of long standing.. The same im
perfect plumbing which had made 1110
ill had reached my generous friend, and
JOgeior wc had made night hideous for
. the ieni'etalih iimn'sitm 111 Wisl lthitik-
Hut Arthur had not lost a wife as 1
had done, and he got well quicker. I
could not helo askiiif him if there was
1 1 -- o.-iiti 11111111, i?i.u ifnn iiiu:
j aU---siuVyTIU' 1
ss did comu Home
'into, after a railwrn iiiti:..r. ...I ,i;.i
I get in over the balcony, and was wared
at hading vou 111 the room. She was
off the next morning however, bright
and early, and ou would not call her
Helen' if 3-011 saw her now. I am sure.'
I did see her later; and 1 agreed with
Arthur that she was not 1111 Helen, at
Hut the memory was too strong to bo
shaken off. Where had gone that real,
that beautiful person who had made me
so happy? Where was that rare intel
ligence, "that cool hand, that fresh, vig
orous, untiring young girl? It I had
created that Eve I was a demi-god. 1
could not surrender the powerful im
nrossion to disbelieve in her. It seemed
like an infidelity to a real woman.
What if. unknown to all the world,
sonic dear crea'ure, inspired bv divinest
pity, had deceived the nurses and the
, . . . .
uocior. nit 1 cuiereti aim cared lor me.
m-f loved me and
find accepted mv love
in return? I was pie Iged to this being.
She was mine. She should lie my wife.
I should meet her again. I shall meet
her again; I am convinced of it.
My doctor sent for Dr. Hammond to
come and talk to ma about the brain.
Ho told me of one of his patient, who
always saw Sir Walter Kaleigh if
tied his necktie too ti? lit. and so on.
Doctor, said J,
will tou kindly
rtie 1113- necktie in such a manner that I
can see Helen again.
"Afraid to dti it. .Sir!" slid tlm rrre.it
rbrain ra.an. " Helen was born zt a se-
vcre typhoid delirium, and a picture.
Your nurse 'the curtain even took her
shape. She was the Esthetic untouched
side of your brain, the relief from the
tortured sido; that in 3011 which loved
music and painting and poctn. called
4UU.7IV. HHI IPillllllll- Hill i-isv. VL V v
itself Helen. Xo! I am afraid you
lost your wife "
" Doctor." said 1. "do theses
orTfsions paint in water colors?"
Aud I drew from a little drawer in
nn- table, where I had seen her place
it, Helen's copy of the Rubens.
"That's a pretty study," said the
doctor, looking up at "the original.
"Done b3 one of Arthur's sisters, I
dare sa. The- all have artistic tal
ents, theso Clafks."
"Doctor, I saw my wife paint that,
and look in'the corner for the initials,
if you will."
"Yes; H. F.,' " said the doctor; "a
curious coincidence; Horace Farley,
perhaps, but certainly not Helen Fro
ment she has been'dead two hundred
years. You will get over this dream.
Lrnv dear boy. when vou arc stronzer.
and out of this room, and awa- from
that picture, which reached the brain
just as it vas in an excited state. It
But if has not gone; and I still have
the littlevatcr color which has never
been explained. Boston TravtUcr.
The poor Indian must have fire-water..
Skumka, Chief of the Umatilla
tribe :ia 0regon,B0i feeling well in?
wardlyand being forbidden by a stem
mandata-f Uncle Sam to indulge ia
whisky, flew to Jamaica firinrer for t-
lief. He jdrank twentv-sbc bottles el
a.. 1aik-xj . a a . ? . .
- ica ia craat wnwit.,
sbMeto smothswd kkv
,vone "race Mrseriar ordor akat k
m&Z SfPycV o.Ut happy
msCja-HhejrLua.Mttet across ta I
rr - frm UmatiBa, thr. ka" hM
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sewamaf ,tM'WM m im UMMC-rfyitl
wa. mmmmmuamm uw,aeei
iiuiuiiw iwrrrtiiauif icaaf
T wtirm4 htm H to tidrf w
biymmt tkeKla4 the
Holm IL KlSrl aa-MthoT-r
til crmiiiae wcr iwcire armnm
1r,ymc mrUSJ S iJiUemmi
ducc tfl crojH wbe ij )oprtr9l pr
H Mrface prrHiBrtUy iaUKalcd wm
water. In wet em cbyr ld he&
theralafsli bCthii levot pl,mU
wbea It finall rupwratu b rof
dextroje! aad the cWrface k bated am4
bard. Tlm raporwtlea alo mr
great amottst of heat, which woM
otherwise mrm Ue oiL We ee. there
fore, that if the water that falU upon
the noil remains until removed by erap
oration. all the heat which hoald be
making the jkJ1 wann bi biag wated
in evaporating the watrr. One experi
menter mauic a number of tet in two
adjoining fi-ld, one drained the other
undraifted, Tlc avmge tcsipTaturtf
of thr'foIlJn the fi-M that had berrt
flrained wm sir and ane-balf degree"
higher than in the other. ThU I another
rcaon why drainagu enable th earlier
cultivatioaof a field Bad lengthen the
tf.xmm; the ground become warm w
much earlier in the spring and remaia
warm later in tiic fall.
'J. " It removes suqilus wster from
under the surface.."
The b;l condition f the soil for uc-c-?fiil
plaut gniwth Is fonnd when
the particles of the toil are molM, but
when thcru h no Handing water among
these particle. In wet ecason. if no
adequate itiuatii are prorlded for re
moring the excels of uiobturc that fall
niHm the fcoil, it will Ik continually sat-
iratl. and the crop will bo a urly
lnrnctt out as though water appeared
on the fcurfttcc. Again, if the soil be
full of water that which falls upon it
in rain must flow off over the surface.
carrying with it much of tho best and
uncii 01 mo son. vtaier stauuing in
the soil cause the vegrtable matter to
undergo acetic fenncntation. thus ren
dering the soil jujur and until, for culti
vation. The freezing out of winter
grain is oftenor than from an other
cause produced by the formation of ice
in the upper part of the soil, which
throws out the plant and leaves it ta
perish. With good drainage the soil
would Ih; dry when it was time for freez
ing, and what is called "heaving" would
not occur. .1. "It lengthens the sea
son." Often the yield of a crop de
pends greatly on the time it can be put
in the ground. A few daja' difference
in .sowing unvy make mticii in jield.
Tho work can be letter and more eco
nomically done because theru is more
timu to do it- If land is drained it c.111
be 111010 thoroughly pilherized, and
be in better condition for nourishing
the growing crops. Air in the soil is
necessary as well as moisture, but it
can not penetrate the baked surface.
On drained land the plant 1 will eud
tho'r roots deeper into the soil. When
n plant begins to grow in the spring in
an tiudraiucd soil tho roots will not pen
etrate iiiu) mc coldiowersoil Idled with
water, but run along through a few
inches of tho dr'er surface. When the
dry weather conies tho sun completely
dne.s this out and the plant, having no
other supply, stops growing. On land
that has been uiiderdrained in the con
dition described as most favorable for
plaut growth, moist but with no stand
ing water between the particles, the
plant sends its roots far and deep.
Tho remainder of Mr. Klippart's
points condensed, mo-d of which we have
touched upon, are: It deepens the soil.
It warms the soil. It equalise the tem
perature of tho soil during the season of
it carries down soluble sub-
stances to the roots of plants. It
vents heaving and freezing out. It
prevents injury from drought. It im
proves the (pialitv and and quantity of
the crop. It increases the effect of
manures. It prevents rust in wheat and
rot in potatoes.
One Important question with all
Mho have land that needs drain
ing is th coal. Jfot that it will
not pay but that it aeods capital
to do it. It can and has frequontly
becn demonstrated that drainage payt
and pays well. In very wet seasons it
frequently happens that the total fail
ure or success of a crop depends entire-r-o
the dfaHiare. lfr. 'fomuuui f)f
Okie, states on tats imnt: " I one vent
utidcrilralticd a part of a held at a cost
of ."?22..r0 per acre, and at harvc it
3'ielded 20 bushels more per aero than
the undraincd part of the lit Id, and as
the crop brought $1.25 per bushel, the
extra yield paid all the expenses of
draining, nnd left me a little in
packet. Such instances can be found
all over the country. John Johnston,
of Geneva, X. Y., tmdcrdraiiicd a
heavy clay farm that produced a good
crop'of wheat onb in the. most favor
able season, and made it so that ho
rew for many 3cars an average of 40
ushels per acre.
On many farms the principal ev
penso will be for the tile alone, the
work being done 13' the ordinary help
of the farm at times when other work
is slack. The plans must lie laid at the
outset so as to do no superfluous work.
When the outlet is fixed and the lino
established for the main drain, there is
the place to begin; ami be sure to mako
this drain large enough so as to answer
the purpose during heavy falls of rain
when it is mojf heeded.
Many who have put in drains have
found during the late wet weather that
their mains were not large enough, and
had they to do the work over, and with
their present experience, would put
down tile with nearly double capacit3.
There is not a great difference in the
si7.c of tho tile, to make this difference
in capacity, since the latter is as the
square of the diameter, and therefore a
six-inch tile has more than twice the
capacity of a four-inch tile, and the
work of laying would bo but a trifle
greater. When the line for tho drain
is established, a good start can be made
in the work with a good team and a
skillful plowman. So also can much of
tho filling be done in the same way.
Some directions for digging and laying
the tile we defer to another time. De
Weeden Water Pipe.
For conveying short distances (less
than fifteen rods), and where the
amount desired is greater than can bo
supplied by a half-inch pipe, wooden
tubing will" be found cheaper than iron,
lead or other metallic pipes. Wooden
tubing, of from one and a quarter to
two-inch bore, may be obtained of all
hardware dealers. In purchasing ob
serve that the ends -are iron-bound, to
prevent splitting when placed together,
and to prevent the tubes burstingwhen
under a .heavy head of Water. Before
the P'P jrfaid. H is best to give it one
or two coats of oil; even crude petro
leum will" do; this adds greatly to the
durability. In pipes through which
there is a constant flow of water, there
is but little daagejuf deeay: in fact, we
have known of okMashiooed wump logs
being reajov after acarlyafty years
of constant nse, and found sound apon
the haslde. Wooden, as well aa ether
pipes for coaveyiar 'water, sheaM be
laid below the frost line. If J: the
place the pie at leatt three Met aader
,froaad.aad if ba.'ssjey, aoreac soSs.
to a still greater depth: After like pipe
afia Boettioa,aad eefere the water is
eapecaiiy aseaea etat, wate tsreecmr
T wiac c itenaapot or am eM
taeyaiv JeM. ey
. . '-?r
"- "iL .-
pjai other pipei
Willi seaTia order that a JaeV Jf JeaaeV
aMaVA? M aMMaaSv aWaWaWaf.iaWwafAaWlMaCr
w . l.j 1 .e -z.
Ljrt t -x .-.. j
- fwri. is si zm4i trtk
i v-.u- I . ..
rf. p: -1 do a Ul'r ifc tWrp
Home act of Hrxwrrlm is a U
3d cuhKraia ba tU VKirr. tkX
yleM txtt t.ac-JsiJf mh ; wm4 If
forrptwiUa." J r
If Ton are afraid ytmr ti-at eakesi
are a bltla tab. put tme xm la a
enp of wirra watrr with a guod pbseb
pf bopt; Jet thl taad fur aa bout or o
brforc ttiag; !t will bare an cxrrib-ot
cflecs on the yeal, aad will ltw -.od
bread. lndiarutfio!tt Journal.
It is said that loaialo plaaUcaa be
ralicd from lip or nitUaa tly
a many of our bou j.Uau. If mi. tb
farmer wife can take a few lip In it?
fall and fartiMi the kitcbea ganlen iUi
plant In the pringeea farther ad
ranccd thaa the Ibnrs trown usbot
be.1. Ijiea or niudin drapery for tb
window add o much attrartlon to a
room that it pari to have ibcni if one
can afford it, and very prvtt curtain
are now comjaratireh- inVjipnstr.
The scrim with trips f drawn work
are very durable, and If trimmed on the
cIgc with suitable lace an excellent
jffcrt ! produerd. -.V J" hut.
Great care should be taken in seed
ing with clover to leae no gaps for
the will inevitably i eovrud with
uecU, a wophj tluui Ulricas wxite of
ground. It Is a good plan to lap iIkj
seed a trifle, and then ot croi-wise.
to make siir.' that all i evenlv ditril
tited. A eek per acre. wm four quart'
each wa3", gHes a pxl tand. Toltdc
kinill rotiomv. hut one not to!.
desjdsHl. e-peciallv In large families, i,
to save bits 01 toilet soap when the
Itcgin to wate. When a pint or even
half a piut i collected, put in a bowl,
add boiling water and stir. Set awav.
anil. a it evaporates add a little boiling
water ami lir well Do this every
day till all the lumps have dNappraret!.
Then add a few drops of oil of c nna
man or oil of cologne. Wet a deep, nar
row pan in cold water. jourln the soap
and leave it to mold. After two or
three day- turn it out and leave to dry.
Tho retilt will b" an acceptable toilet
Uclation f Food to Animal Prtrlup.
The feeding of animals to the ImxsI
advantage is a very simple matter with
thoe who fully understand the coiiijh
s'tion of the animal 1k1 and the com
position of foodn. All the failures in
feeding are the result of ignorance
upon these two things and no feeder
s! ould Iju content to con luct hi biisi
tiess without such knowledge, not even
if ho has been reasonably successful,
for success in the dark may turn to
failure at any moment. What are the
elements of the animal stnlcture', is
the lirst important question, an I what
becomes of them is the second? An
animal is not like a stone wall which is
practically Indestructible, and when
once built will remain vithout attention
for a life-time. Kyry part of the IkjJv
is wearing away even' second, and must
bo supplied with new material or the
direction is toward a eollapo The
mutcrials of the hodv are in a continual
proccssof breaking up, lint in thocelW.
aud what remains after (lie demnmls of
the vital phenomena have been com
plied with, is seized upon 113- the ogcu
which the blood carries to every part,
and is burned to supply the necessary
heat which is constantly escaping from
the Imdy, and what is left after this
process is excreted. This steady loss
of material mtist'be repaired, and in the
case of young animals especially, ma
terial must bo furnished for new growth.
If we feed on corn alone we may starve
the animal to death, although" ft nmy
be 90 fat that it rait not move.
The bono and muscle arc wholly
ttasupplied with what thev need,
andwe are producing a condition of
Hbiolutc diease. To feed iiLst - aL.
uiureiore, m a verj"'it.MMMr opeTniiuu,
and bin marked contrast to the sys
tem, which Is entirely too prevalent, of
feeding just what comes handiest. Re
duced down to a nicety, an evenly bal
anced fHxl i one that supplies the
bones with all they need to keep them
in j erfect strength and the process of
growth; the musiles with all that they
may require, and furnish the fat
forming elements in the proportion de
sired. Hut while to some extent fat
formation may be neglected, the supply
of material for sustaining the. bony and
muscular system should never le, ex
t. ik--. .-.... . ..rLL.ir 1.
cept in the later stages of fattening,
when, if there has lecn due previous
attention gicn to the development of
bone and muscle, they will bcarnegloct
for the short time that is desirable for
forcing fat development. We retieat
what we have sometimes stated Icfore,
that the neglect to provide for the de
velopment of tho entire animal struct
ure has caused great trouble ami heavy
losses in this country, liisomccas-s
these consequences have come from a
hit-or-miss system of feeding -from
feeding with no other well conceived
purpose than to keep the animal alive,
while in others thev arc the fruit of
that-species of insanity which conceives
fat to be the alpha and omega of stock
raising. It may be omega, but it i not
the alpha by a very long ways, and un
less that fact is generally fecofnizod,
we shall have more trouble with onr
stock than we have yet had. When we
realize that to make a strong health v
frame is the first thing to accomplish
with every one of our domestic ani
mals, we shall have consulted our own
interests very materially. Whenever
we do not do this whenever wc neglect
to'snpply every part of the system with
what it may require, wc simply fight
the laws of "nature, and in a battle of
that kind we shall get whipped on even
field, in every pig-pen ami in every cat-Je-yard.
Now in the animal bodywc find as
one of the-most important constituents
water. Under most circumstances, it
makes more than half the weight of the
body, and is as essential to what we
call the solid tissues as aay of the other
elements which make ap their composi
tion. This being true, the supply of
water in some shape or another is a
matter of supreme importance. The
animal can oaly get water through the
mouth and stomach, aad it must be
furnished entirely as such, or pertly ia
connection with "foods. The drv sab-
itances of the body consist of organic
aaa inorganic aiaucr, ie ioubct (;
divided into aitrogeaeooa aad aoa
aitrogenoas matrriils Themes iat
portaat aoa-aitregeaeas sahstaace is
fat, the others being iameaalrlsrabie iar
faaatity. The akrugeauea substances
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Uers. aad these coataia carbon
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trvalc eit in the m.t lsHvcnient jUr.
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8urrcs.fullrtrpar.lly V. rUl' Wfssnry
iruui AkuoiaUfiB. AMrit, lta tta
for pampblot, UutTaln, ". Y.
Viscvit's tlirrtrn. snutbrr " olarndn:
rniptjon." It U 1il;h ttm for Vuvlu
to bo vaceinatr!. ,;. thnryh TrtVyrtfik.
JJicnvoi-s.iess, l.-lj1iiy rh.1 fxUam'cl
vitality cured ly UKln'lln'wn' Irxoi lui
Doii't bielnUieJfm . "!Vui;hfliUu "
c-aroutrnLi.ml.!lI.rtwbii.Usl ligK It
IJl.EAntrn miuw 1 lh titvt farorlln
bade. Till, vrili prntxihtv l- MkM r,J py
the rat tan.- SvtnervlUt JtitiriwL
IlALTtaoRr. Jlo.I)r. Irwin II. WhUrMzv
MV: "I would recMitiinrnd a trial f
Jlrow n Iron Iliter in all ra- of nims?Ue
tMtlllty or whrn a tonlcur app.tixt-r l In
A oim. who nit nwnv to rn ha m
lisulitytnl iiiclinatlon. -77e Judge.
Uekiu.so's )(iiU btiUu l an Ifimlunhln
drvsjitii: tortiiflaiiuil nnlMrroltiti I'rlioria.
Htlnclnc, Irritation, nil Kidney and Hind.
utius Lyon I'atrntJIrlallta Heel ftlSTcorr.
filrnn'a NutpUur Hop
It Infa)lil!' whrn the calp l nnnnyrsl with
danJni3. Ullf Hair Dye. t l--k or brown, &sa.
nir . ronclis, rtnt, ll lus. raU, tnlcf,
crows, cleared out by "IUiukIioii Itala'lSc
' Kfclnr.y 3trn. "U'ells Hrnlth UrnpsTr"
reatrct health ana vigor,carni lspi,iin.
AtJ. recomniend W !' Axl 0
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ajsw oiiwvii neaaiBc; vwocr.
r A scaac of bar Waaly." 1 tfca way a
Rawlln (M.C.) pafwraeteit ltttlUa
description of n ltall. t
snr six cents rott roT.if;K
For the magnificently illustrated catalogue
MERM0D& JACCAIID J E WKI.lt Y CO.,
Fourth aud Ioctit 8t., St. IxuU, Mo.
It pretftnts very plainly their beautiful
Jou iri'f be tprprittd to tram at tehat
Iow faicxs Tircr sell Titra.
HVtea fa &. Louis call and it a.
The ttovrrnor clahns n hom In tnlh
Esex and Middlesex t'ounll'-s. Ilowi.h-
to plo.iKo bjth nian. J hi tun Trua
rcrtpt. It 1 doubt Io owin? to rur Udnj; m
of clay thnt we nre o eardy " brok."
"Will there l a hop tivnisht'" kct n
aumnier sojournr of another who had
loviil th stock mirket -"noi wllr btit
too well." "Din't know nlut thV bop.
lilt turn? wilt lA n skip If I ran jrrt mv
out," w:i, the reply. llo'bm Itul-
Qcistfc U a drus fn the mark"t.--f7n'f.
How-iso U a aort of mirino aport, arwl
vot U'm regular arn-y work. J'hUadclphta
"It miih to me that the lard Is dimln
bhiiiz rapidly. Marv." said th mUtnsto
the MTvant uirl. 'Ycs'in," m tb rply
Of the inaM: "lull then you know when
3-011 boiitht it that It was nhort'nln;;.'
Tiik ganlnT Is safe in tbo early jrart of
the yf.ison. It is at the watcrroeloa perlo-t
that ho roust flsht. That is why hr ay :
' In time of peaso prepare for war.' A
Thk man who u profane laajmac" may
hm coBslilrrable dash about falsi, but ta
ii running a risk of goirrg wbn) thry har
altojetfeer too nmca colon. BtjHvn Thta
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laml. .V. V.Xnt.
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