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THE MOXKY IX DASE-BALL.
Bow the Exhibition lttj!iir ! Mncl
Kowd.ij SnUrim of Ilio Ksrlr
1'rofcksl'inal 1'U m.
For some j'cir base-ball has been
conducted on regular business prinn-
Ides, but not until recently bare such
iigh salaries been paid. The present
ityle of pitching is responsible for the
enormous salaries which the "kings of
the profession'' demand. The best
pitchers get as much money for work
ing a few hours each day during seven
months as many college professor re
ceive for their entire year's service.
This has not always been the case. The
first r ul professional nine was the fam
ous Cincinnati Rcd-stockinjr. which
were established in 1.'J. There had
been many clubs throughout the coun
try, which, previous to this time, had
paid two or three players for their ser
vices. isi-t as niiiny of our alleged
".strictly amateur' nines do at prc?nt.
The Red Stockings were the tirst club,
however, to take men on contracts and
to pav every one on the team. Harry
and Oeorgu Wright received the high
est salaries' paid in the club, and neither
was the regular pitcher. Said George
Wright: "The money paid the entiio
team would put a poor nine in the field
to-day. My brother Harry was the
most expensive man in t lie "team, and
he got $2,000 for being captain and
playing center-field. J was in mv reg
ular position at short, and drew 1,8'j0.
The catcher came next in order, and
rsine oiner men rangeit irom that sum
down. Several came under 1,000.
"It would hcem that fielders were
con-idered to be worth as much as
pitchers and catchers in t!we days.
"That's it, exactly. A club without
ii strong outfield was as wc.ik then as
one would be now with a poor battery.
Even man had to be a player, and thy
pitcher was of no more importance
than any other man in the team. Why,
almost anyone who pretended to he's
good player could go into the box with
a little practice and do well. And
then, of cour.su, the catching was piite
different from what it is now. A man
who held a thrown ball would ro be
hind the bat in an emergency and ac-
ijuil iiuiiscji very creunauiy. xvowyii
your pitcher gives out you might as
well stop playing; ami it is Just the
same with the catcher. It' jriakes no
difference how goodyy'cotfther soven
men are, von are uo'.vhcrc if thehattery
"Were tho Cincinnati Red Stockings
ever irouijjen tins wayr '
"WelLywe went through our first
scasouiritl ton men, andyhuenn judce
for yourself how many extra, hat-'eeiles
we could have had. Tho f pitcher did
,snot try to sec how many h
out, but used his head an
skill by changing his spe
batsman would be dccei
V tie b;ill hard. Even if
SUard it was nothing nga
The time is fast approaJSg whn
the cow riing generntion will wonder
at the folly of Tiaving ever neglected
uch a munr.s of fnlvation: for the mass
of oridence on this pub?, ct vrhich his
recently accumulated ha now cj.a
pelled attention from the most jkcti -al.
and the cxprr.mentM k .succcs.sfully
carried out on the stormy coast of Al
enW'rxhirc. at theharbjrof retcrhead,
have borne fruit far and near.
Some of the fisher who had tvitne
ed them rememlcrcd them to good pur- .
pose when trying to enter tlie t arbor at ,
Stonehaven, ami warned of their dan-
ger by the while-crv:ed waves raging j
on the bar. They haJ with thorn only
a little colza-oil and a. little parafline '
for tht'ir lamps (vjcVxlh and mineral'
oiN) ,o little that mot men would
have deemed it folly to ca.t Midi on iho
tempestuou-. wavcrf. ltuf thee men ,
had profited bv their le-m. One man
stood on e'ther bow, and. just a.s the'
boat approached the raging urf. they
slowly poured out their offering to the '
waves, which, a.s if by maic, ceased to
break, and rolled on in harmless green
billows, which carried the bo.it safe in
to port. I have also just heard from ;
Cornwall that a party of Cornish fisher
who chanced to be at Aberdeen at the
time of the experiments and there wit
nessed the stilling of the waves, re
turned to their own gra:it'-bound coast
with the conviction that they had seen
something which hereafter it may be
well for them to practice.
Xow, thanks to theamu largo-hearted
and energetic Scotchmen who plan
ned and b ought into practical working
the oil-breakwater at reterhead. the
men of Kent can tell with wonder of its
application to their own harbor at
Folestone, and are eye-witnesses of how ,
quickly, on a very htormv day, a few
gallons of oil have calmer! the breaking
waves.and made the harbor smooth and
.safe. The London papers, in reporting
on thoe experiments, have staled the
general belief that, by this simple use
of oil, entrance and egress to Folkestone j
Harbor may henceforth lie made abso-
lutely .secure in the severest .storms. - 1
I'upulur Science Monthly, for November.
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Enfnntr; onrf Children
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W7in r-aU 'it. w! en tr tura. ,
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The Cottago Hearth la a
FIRST-CUSS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.
THE COTTAGE HEARTH
H Ur Csfltrieien,
Edward Everett Hale,
Louise Chandler MoalSon,
Abby Morion Dlzz,
6erre MacDonald, LLD.,
Rose Terry Cooke,
rrances L. Mace.
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rgQ j This xvill be a rare chance to all who w
reaclmg mxt:3r. 03.113 qdw.
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V Red Cloud, Nob
Aw nnM'v6A wa a.b IWa.
mntitrn. Sprains. Pala lo the 9
Etit&t&neooji i'ain- rallcTor.
fiTT a Vrii iiv ' '- ;a1
Things Worth Knovflnj;.
Stmio Sdiithcrii I'rultw.
said he had lust th
c nine made six
linjr the other
so that tho
and not hit
him and no
seven runs in
ine was not bv
iinyjrikfans defeated and thought noth
ing of tkis lead.
iritchinc&tare come hiclier
In Fmlii(vhile tin orangp is king
thprojroM'.riot:'.s of other fruits thM
are not only 'fWijrlitftil for home eon-
J sumntion but v ill. bring good prirei in
marw-'u iimes 'mi JcMfm.s arc among
tho number. Tl.5Worm'r are now
ripe, nnd 1 find tilt limeade quito as
rereihing as the lemonade, the lime as
useful in the culinary 4cparttiRnt as
the lemon. Grajie-fruiiicording to
my fancy the bc-t of the 'Arui family,
matures in four or fivo j'cMkI'liero'is
quito a bitter taste, if ejCir3iiJMu or
ange, hence those whoJp) not13! to
have their lips wellnwcercd.ftoohuWrn
to removettwefotfi .every nartinii'Di
j-Oifti-Vnito skin covering tho cxcocdiuglvj
juicy puip, an operation easily pei.
formed. Separate tho lobes, with a
sharp knife cut down the center of tho
broad side, fold the divisions of tho skin
back, and then bite, and, if instructions
in preparing have been implicitly fol
lowed, I think, ordern to bite will not
have to be repeated. If the ship that
onngs ray luturo Florida lortnno is to
come by tho grape-fru
W 1 -v .iSsel
I N m
tho style of
the plavers,'mtf 1 now a base-ball team
is an epcnsirVInstltut,on lsew York
has the two aypi;who arc pnid more for
plaving "baljrthui any others in tho
aii. sv.ey are Ward and Ewing,
sind each rcccivea HWo over 3,0w
for the present seaiioi!. ThcXcwYorks
are called tlie Iiiga-pf,ea.team, but
several of Hie men are J.ireu
ures, which brings
the salary 1M,
have to be at
pe:iive.cdb in tho leamic. ?Th
ot a .-pfi lip player in tho Iliac)
t-hil"TJi hichnsc K:il:irv ia nnc'
..rT. o '.; 'a
every man is well remune
services. Corcoran is aval
nyer. He is well aware of it
f, and his skill m curving the
brings him in $2,300 this year. I
bourne and ualvin are other J
edged" plaers, both in tho work;1
do and the reward the' receive.
Tho salary list of tho lioston le
"club amounts to $25,CO0 in round Ji
ber.s. The most valuable man, and
served! v tho best one. Is Capt. Mo:
Ho alo holds the position of mana;
and ho has earned even' cent ox
)2.800. Whitney comes next, and
certainly royally paid for the amo
oi worK no nas aone mis season
which he receives 2,500. Burd
nd Hornunsr iust turn 82.000, and'
others come below this figure. 1
value of several is set at about $1.8
but the season has made great chanj
in the playing of some, and the pri
will bo dilYcrent another year.
It is impossible to estimate how mti
has been paid iii salaries,. to ball-pit
crs throughout -the country. The eig
leairue clubs will certainly average
much as Boston's total, as tkey h
triot mnTotncn If thpr Iiam &at K
nXiXS- quite such expensive plavers. In. lu
vri' uuiuu asswijuiuusiB dieuv uiviv .m
. St Louis and Cincinnati pay inoretlt
the Boston le true.- and everv onei
tlie other sines has.Jsoao hijjk-ric
nlavcrs. There is not nuch doubt tki
the'eiriit clubs pay at feast $125000 i
aalaries. The American JUsociatK
has twelve clubs, and mast certain!
pay for this Mnafeer as asuch as, if u
" more, than the league doca for eigh
In fact, a-few of the dearest ball-tot
crs la the world are claused by tb
JKnericnn' Association. Thus the s'alar
list of' tkasc three largest base-b&ll a
sossatiiins in the covntry aggregate be
twin 1500.000 and tCOU.Ooa This dob
nerjbefki to cover the amount that hi
seen wara uiu scaoa uy omi-iusei
A DMPs ie in Kiss,
A Tnc Boston rentkman recenthl
naseila counlo of days in tfee ancient!
win bcfc town aC the c4 of ta cape. It chancesl!
uut ute nrw eveninc . naec a cor
fain Jeanne; lady, wkosa -"a escorted
kfte; ad at the door it was his pleai-
isre to intprss isos nsr lips the indbi
pensabte vjusa of friendship. On tfc
SMKt cvenku; .aw met the same yoaac
ilmdy, and-nfata escorted her nosne, as!
ajsin was privileged to kiss her ruby
Mpt. At nartiar she remarked:
AAIV, OT V171B KSWkJm Mil UMV1"
i1 innocent re-'
se teeth in last
Beeswax and salt will make vour
rusty llat iron ns clean and smooth ns
Tie a lump of wax in a rag and
pit lor mat purpose. nun my
irons arc hot vnb them, lir-it with tho
wa rag. and then .icour them with a
paper or cloth sprinkled with salt.
When o.ikiii salt fish before cook
ing add a hule ingar to the water; it
improves the iKh.
hteel kniioi whieh aro not in general
use m:i bo kept from rusting if they
are dipped in a .strong solution of mmIh;
one part water t) four of soda; thu
wipe iry. roll in tlaunel and keep in a
t'ish maj' be scaled much easier by
dipping into boiling water about a min
For "greasing" the griddle, cut a
white turnip into halve-, and rub tho
griddle with it. It causes no binokc,
rnell fnsti- nr nillwiiim 'mil Iwttrr
rvhan butter or irrease.
Tho v.il.ic of crushed ice ns a dress
ing or.burns and scalds, tirst pointed
out bjSir .James Karle. is co:itirm"d by
Dr. RfeJiani-ou. To ice, after being
reduced, crushing or scraping, js
mixed wlth.frc li J .ml into a pasie.
n.v X'i.. : ....l . ...:ii ..l.; ..' i uu am u iuii im; ijiii n iins is .-.m
jut Aiuiiiiuni iiiuiuis win cuiiivai ni . . . . .. . s .. .
taste for this delijrlitful thouch littlu ' lo '.)au,sn, n". P?KH"i " niixture tits
known fniit, when I think t will wrmciieu tnais) xrebii uressingjis
agree to place it a step or two Xicrhcr I neiTsscr.v-
in their favor than the orangey It .FJowrer? lua bc kKgerT 're-h omt
mnl-pq liiviiiiifiit I..IK- ni.lrt,int.,?in .tnJ night if they are excliiQcntlrolv frtn
wine, and is also eaten at tho table MLo alr. To ll th!? Wt fg? thuro"Ph1
with Higar, hence we rizo it not only
for its beaut, but for general utility.
It is a very handsomo specimen of" the
citrus family, being, in color, palo yel
low with very smooth skin and twico
as largo as our linest. orange, so in eat
ing wc find one almost equal to a good
meal and very refreshing to tho inner
man. JtloriUa Ccr. SI. Louu Jicpubli
f H U L
if juiiile m gmnite waji
OFFICE AND TAKD -posito Watson
-yvor stable. f
here will be fmudn n tl.ii.,
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Sirups,
Fruits, Bacon, Ham, Dried Beef,
and Cracker, Tuluio,OuniO!..r. Feed. (, uik! UuiTiiknarti
nml l ri kt.
Hoping by f.ur de.ilinj: o mer.t.n ihare t.f the public .ntrnnse
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opposite Mie CbiiMti Lumber V.ird.
S. V .LUDLOW.
Lock box. 3 22
PLATT A I'TSEES,
' DEALERS &Y
da lortiuiois to , Z.i i. "r- ... ; .,T'
it route, I hope I whwhis platiMin a thin raiiilinc ls
will cultivausal?0?!'1"1 t Ul ,s 'if1
Tho Ancient "Spinster."
5j Time was when spinning played such
ftB imnnrfanf orf n a wnmnn'o nvtef-
m ouwvoaitv ris& ils. 4 v jsssia vt-."3fc
cnee.tnat, as Grimm observes, it came
regarded as her solo occupation.
a, dhe was recognized by the appclla
ti sjrinster." Yet for tho last sixty
or stvqpty years all sninning-wheels
liave beeksifent I well remembor a
lumber-iikn in my crand father's house
into whichVhcn a' child I used to peep
a'id see mortuhan a dozen old ones;
some were pteffllyTnlaid with mother-oi
ly, put in a damp box uifdTcoer wth
wei raw cotton or wet newsier, and
place in a cool spot. k
Milk which is slightly tuymd or
changed may bo sweetened and 'ca
dercu lit lor "use again by stirring h3 tk
Stale buns may bo raado to taste as.
nicely as when fresh if they are dipped i
a moment or so in cold water, then put
in a hot oven for five or ten minutes.
They will turn out as light and crisp as
when Grst baked.
To scour knives easily, mix a small
quantity of baking soda with your
brick-dust, and see If your knives will
not polish better.
Kerosene will soften boots or tho?
which have been hardened by water,
nnd render them as pliable as new.
Keroseno will mako tin tea-kettles as
bright as new Saturato a woolen rag
and rub with it. It will also remove stains
from clean varnished furniture.
When one has had a fever and the
hnir is falling of!, take a teacup of sago.
C. II. IIOTOUI).
t; m Yur.vi;
Hosford & Young,
Red Clcud, Neb r
Dr ). ft. KM I-
nCO CLOUD, NQR43KA
J'inrOJicc Wnrk a spec t.ttj
Br M4i im4 trm
RED CLOUD, NED.
Highest Market Price Paid !
Dcclors in all kinds o
SMI WM1 m
WHO IS UMACQUA1WTCO WITH TMt CftOCnAfMV Ol" THIS COUHTSTf,
CSft Of CAAK'UIHO THIS .W, TMAT TM
SEEING MACH2NES, ETC.
m p - x
oe.irk but -ill i.thtn wira ovorlaU
. ' .-.... ... ... -- w - , . . . .. . - . . w..
ivith ntnr whiml.Saiailn hv t H..rc H . sieen ia a tiuan oi sou waier, siraia ll
hicklv covered w!tk layers of white j oir int0 a t!Sht "ottle. Sponge the head
dust. Mv poor grandmother U5ed to with tho lca freqnently, wetting the
roois or me nair.
Tho Scientific American says if a bot
tle of the oil of pennyroal is left un-
ai?il no flnnht slm cnmM nuwi corKea in a room, at niirtit, not a mo-
she heard tho whirr whicVlnS tht I A0'10' .r an" ot!U!r blooil-suckor will be
he earth no longer hadWwe set ; fo"d there m the morning. Mix pot-
asu iui puwuereu uiuui sua lurow u
into the rat-holes of a cellar and the
lllr Vim owl ,'likrt V-WUrnrl aVa., fliAA
I .wwi . . , o.,4 t. ,1.41 .1.1 II auVHb iUUOO
, spinning-wheels; theysAico hera, and
her mother's, and her sjdmot?air's.
iiuu iu: uariii no lonirer naus
. . .. . - t. ..
in motion, bhe herself hadJU.she
RVOrrod with pntln irinmnli. KiTmt. o
rare good thread in her day;" but Wem 1 " W,U depart. If a rat or mouse
I asked her why she did not goTc.55 int0 -Tour P" stlff in ita hol
spinning good thread, her answer waev S saturated with a solution of cay--No
on., cnina nmv." n,t if T nnhi I smo pepper, and no rat or mouse wdl
,.........., ...... .. i -"- t--.ir.r r .i -
it was '"VKu luu nig iui uiu purpose oi open
my iiKpuries further, I was told
easy enough to spin, but that there was '
no way ot getting tho thread you mado
used, for there were no hand-looms
now. That, no doubt, summed up the
whole difficulty. Every little group of
viiiagy once Had its weaver, and much
j earnest thought was given in those days
I to patterns for table-linen. One of the
I truest touches in George Eliot's "Mill
on the Floss' is the contempt which
, the sister who "held with a .sprig'' felt
for the sister who "had alwavs lold
with a spot." A spot was uiterly com
monplace, and to be satisfied with a
spot when she might have had what I
have seen on a tablecloth the whole
history of Jonah, the exact portrait of
the whale which swallowed him. tho
facade of a gorgeou. palace in Nine-
...... wvuiwi ujinur own mmais in
i at communication with a depot of
fcaklrill curdle now milk; hence, in
prcpaiiiL'jnilkpor.idge. gravies, etc,.
uiu su.ii.jh -nut not do aaaeu umu me
dish is pity'fii.
To clanhlsulifsd woodwork, which h
also varni hed, afi old housewife rec
ommends thelaarirtg.of tea leaves from
the teapot for aie veWys. Drain them.
and when you hae alaafficient quantity
put them in clean ieti water; let them
simmer for half an aur.r&.Whcn thev
almost Cfihl stfiu-iv'ihem out.
li MiMntXottnVi ct.Vaui, " .T " 'n-iMt'lj-rf3al
ri , -j - .. . 4- iv V iX jjjaV3v i
g'J crTi -!dcT'fryVgawuWi ccvrt M
That Mrs. Newfiouse,
HAS THE LARGEST STOCKS!,
Drv Gnndfl TItoqc fZ.fsrAa
r ' 'ww xwwu.o9
Chicago, Rocx Islamd & Pacific Ryf
IMr th OrvS C-ntri JJn. Tri to lryltr, by mwn of It artr4 j
cf rwt.l b"-nrr a Atlantic J l- ri - 'K'?'
Faired. D-:Sea-. W L;-rtr Xma Qtr AtUtv. AZ jTUC
tho h'3ix2fde of clU?. itUs x4 tcrwa tRt-ratJiAi. TVt
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
Aji It U rmJ.:T rUj. ct t trT4rr 3
rriiii io m B.-"yio .rfccx j orvif, wnsn Uo at ii
tjc is, -a i iippj or vvJtXOUlQUa r
n iii.i, Usui ' .. i. i r;i.M.AftUst XUUAJT7 DATCOArWM
an- of I 2O0- TA'Nir:CK?f r SKCLIVrafO CTfAIX CjZiMmZ SL'
rtJ!.LXAV 8 iLst tirnl tnA w.jv5 , rAXVCT 3LKl:wn .T -
b- t rX2TS5T RVV t713 AY RO.O IX TJtK COfa? !tj y..?
ecrtr rU r rirt-t t U knr rt f trVSTT riTTI rryr i-?2r
the corner, betnivcfl a grovcliu mind. l,00i
In the days of homespun lineu every ' aud
and. dijping a tlannelleV! in tho
Avatcr. wi:c off the painCar -iagitwith
another tianncl cloth. (fee aop of
leaver to one quart of water ajktheue
allowance. V&, L
tl...-l K.,.l . V. .sL. Ll
ililllMJUlil .IjlJlItM 1J t.UV OUVKk BX
onoiH insects will allay tbefs.'n
t. tli.k t-rtllt i-k nntiir
nun nneu everv ' """ ""r "". t'. :"v- -. - "rt?
woman miln it n nvitmr f -.i .,i .sassafras, which is oetter. ee sue
, conscience to leave behind her in tho should be treated in this way
family cheats and presses at least as j " "" '
much as she found when she "came." I Spcakinr of the opening of the quail
namely, married into the family. Such ' sexton in California, the San Francisco
pleasures and prides have lonj: been Bulletin savs: "They are now so abund-
uungsotttiepaiL.on7:aYerCAn5-: ant that thev throng the roadwavs.
Uan AaVOCatC. I Wliiln rntrnrTU qn ntTorwl hv Nrm'or.
f oMiatl. bhimIiA. ..b TlTkaK e Lm
..! mi I iUUUlllUlU J.UUlIliU3 IUI KllilU tUU
.uip. ine erect was extraor 'inair. f bini, whieh destrovs much grain, th
lis eyes closed and openel with the ' Almeda and Contra Co-ta f nnerv sa
STiinifx- nl n.:: ...., ... . .
-!-":. - fvuMunoi a tnp-nammer the quail is useful :o them. It an
iinnm: at an extraoniinnt-i-kTw..i t.?. .i...:J :i. i... .
,.. i "- , .-j-... ...j j itti-ii x'Jui uui .U? . .k.-fc i.?Uli.
-.. ..iFjn.-u. aaa ne nvo
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- I i.fdlneooeIfave
5U adk. Wky do j
sa V. A "Ipecs. waa ta
Si v-V AiPVjJ,.Ik4 a-y hH
a- " X " IVS wfee,-
iafc. ju. .bHMbw-bbVu.l -Z
I-. t?p -: . " s3f r rmmmm ika wmtn leKi
'- - prpif tajx JJJi Ll
HftGffv ' -;'. 7.. fr'i K"" :
vould have done credit to a drunken
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m uoi nt
cnieny Miosis upon
destnictlon of ant is
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gentlemen. I havi h:i? n i-- i , l
m, dashed thrniirh K .iJ.?
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on oi speed which caused the vellow-
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its and look a ter him wi:h solemn '
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periols the male is a most pugaaciou?"
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man mav almost strike him with a
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