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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1885)
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f3T" An person wno takes tn pf per repa
lariy from the poatofllce. whether directed to
his name or whether he is a subscriber or not.
Is responsible for the pay.
The court hnvo decided that refusing ro
take nnwHpnnera from the post oflice. or re
moving and leaving theni uncalled for.
triwn 'nel.. nvltlr noi' nr INTKNTOWJ.!, FHArT
Gopyrfeat Secured. 4U .faftfj IUterced.1
Driven From Sea to Sea;
Or, JUST A CAMPLW
BT o. a POST.
PlTBM8HD BT PKMI6SION OV J. E. DOWSCY
& Co., rirui.isiiEiis, Chicago.
CTIAITRR XVIII. Continued.
When this was all settled between
them, and a memorandum of the whole
matter made ana carefully deposited in
the pocket-hook of Mr. Blake, that gen
tleman returned the pocket-book to his
pocket, buttoned up his coat, and
mounting his horse, rodo back to town.
When he was gone Mrs. Parsons gave
a sigh of relief.
"Well, I am glad it is all fixed up,"
she said, "and I shall feel better still
when the deed is made and we are in
possession. All the time he was here I
was afraid that the trade would fall
through some way, and I can not begin
to tell how anxious I am to get away
from here, or how 1 dreaded having to
rent a place. I'd rather live in a hut
and have it my own, than in a palace
that belonged to another, and I am like
Johnny; I begin to feel as if this awful
mass that is a'jout us might raise sud
denly and n wallow us all in a moment.
"Yes," replic 1 her husband, "it is
better that we go, .though it's mortal
hard to leave this place, which was the
purlicst and best in the valley. Hut it
don't make much odds. 1 s'pose, where
on' is, ro they have enough to eat; and
I gue.-s we cm git that up there.
"I II loud up to night, an' start to
morrow with th lir-i load. It'll take
rue two days to make the round trip,
:i:i' hard da.,:; at that, hut I'll put on all
four of the hordes and take all 1 kin
pile on the wagon. Then I'll gel
Pitchie to help with the nest load an'
we'll take .lohniry in the carriage an'
make it all in two trip? with somebody
lo drive the cows. You'd better write
Jennie an 1 Lucy, mother, an' tell 'em
to come to Phlppsburg. so's to meet us
there when we go with the last load.
That'll save omin' after 'em, an'
tley'll bo thar to help yGti (ix things
v.hen wo git thar."
"Poor things, what a home coming it
will bo to them," sighed Mrs. I 'arsons.
Nevertheless she wrote telling the
girls what had occurred and how they
must take the boat on the night of the
tiny on which thoy would get the letter,
yhey were to get oft' at I'hippsburg in
stead of the old landing and wait at
the hotel until their parents called for
Ihcin on their way to the new home up
in the mountains.
This letter John Parsons mailed the
ue.xt. day, while his teams were eating
mid resting from tin; pull over the
bills with their load of household goods.
That night he slept in the shanty
upon the place- which he had bought,
and the following day returned to his
family and the doomed cottage.
With the help of a neighbor he loaded
the remainder of his worldly posses
sions upon tho two wagons, the heavy
one and tho spring fruit wagon. This
neighbor was to drive one team and Mr.
Kitchio volunteered the use of another
:miinal to attach lo the carriage in
which was Mrs. Parsons with Johnny
propped up among his pillows.
it was a sad leaving of the old home.
The muddy water was now entering
over the front steps and beginning to
form pools on all tho lower Hours.
Only tho topmost twigs of the apple
and pear trees, which were in lower
ground than the house, and portions of
evergreens in the front yard were above
the deposit. Every other green thing
upon tho valuablo portion of the ranch
liad disappeared entirely from sight
Martha Parsons wept as she took a
lat look at tho place, and yet she was
x heart glad to get away.
It was like a uightmare, staying there
junl seeing that mass of mud and water
lise day by day. And besides, however
poor their home might be, it was hence
forth the only one they wero to know.
: nd she was anxious to get into it and
l-ogin tho work of improvement.
As for John Parsons, he looked neither
lo the right nor to the left. He did not
even turn his hcr.d for a last look at the
old place as he rounded tho hill that
.si lu it from their view.
Pride and ambition were well nigh
dead within him, and he hoped for
nothing beyond a bare existence for the
re.-t of his life.
lie would come back, ho thought,
when the roads got good again, and if
the buildings were not burned down,
would tear off some of the boards from
such portions as were not buried by the
overitow, and use tkoni to help patch
tip with, on tho new ranch, Peyond
that the plaio was absolutely worthless,
and prooably some tramping miner
would carelessly set firo to the build
ings after having camped in them over
The flooing family had perhaps
-placed a distanco of thrco milo; be
twoeu themselvos and thoir ruined home
when from the other direction appeared
As they came opposito tho cottage,
!hey looked for evidences of the pres
ence of its former inmates, but did not
pull up their animals.
"Kvidcntly, they, too. have pulled
out," remarked one of the horsemen to
liis compauion. "I say. Jobbers, it's
pretty hard, now, on the poorranelurs.
and I'll bo hanged if I dou't wish there
was some way of getting out the gold
without ruining their home?. Look
there now; finest ranch and finest family
5n the whole couutry. Han eh gone to
the dogs aud the stamily gone. Cod
only knows where."
"Oh Vs all right," returned tho
other. 'E'll get "another bit of land
somcr's and go to work again, and in
a lew years 'e'll 'ave it all set out with
trees and grape-vines. Great country,
this tor, a man as 'as to" work for "is
livin": great eountrv, and w'en 1 return
to llingland 1 intend to hadviss all my
ift.-tner naequaiutanccs to Immigrate to
And then the two men relapsed Into
s"d u e ad ro.le on. The notdiy Mr.
Jo' hers .look the boat for Sacramento,
a'; '. fro.h there went to Xew York, from
wo nee he returned lo hi own eountrv.
fu.'-y impressed with the idea that how-
cvsV roil' h a nfc it unlit be in the
tor gentlemen, Cal foruia was a
?e for men who work for a
is to da probably advising
ifvuom lie meets to "hem:-
m when our friends
.and they WCrc still
:e new home to
rt arrived, th
steamer nn which thev had taken nan-
sage having grounded upon a bar
formed from the washing from the
Johnny too. was complaining of his
back-, and ins parents feared to take
him further that day over the rough
It was decided, therefore, that Mrs.
Parsons and Johnnv slould remain at
it could not be helped and the teams
drove on and left them.
J owarus evening tlie Doat ar;
and on it came Jennie and Lucy. Mr--.
Paisons could not leave Johnnv to go
down lotlie landing, but watchetl at t-.e
hotel window and l.eckoiied to them as
they came up the oppo-iitc ide of the
When the girl-? saw their mother they
huriied across the street to the hotel
and into the s.tting room whre .-he
awaited them, and in anotiir moment
all three were crying upon each others'
"Dh mother, m dhcr, it'- awful to
think that the old plae- is lo-t, buried
by tlie oversow from tho-e mine-; is
there no wav to save, it:
Can't it bvj
tloated off again?"' sobbed Lucv, her
whole frame sh iking with excitement.
"I can't lear to live and know that you
and father are driven out of your com
fortable home awl forced to i egin on a
piece of wild land again. I wi-h you
would go to town and live and let me
teach -.clio d and support vou. I'm sure
1 could do it."
"Vou must not take it so had.
dears," returned their mother, .-till
holding the girls (dose to her. "True.
it is verv .iad to be obliged to give up
the old home, but no doubt we hall be
verk comfortable on the new place when
we get it lived up a little. What hurt-,
me most is the knowledge that we may
never be able to visit you if ou go so
faraway as I suppo.-o on will do when
you arc married to Mr. Anuelsey."
"I'll never marry, mother, never,"
sobbed Lucy. "L have written Mr.
Anne.sey and broken off our engage
ment, and am going t stay with ou
and lather and help take care of Johnny
as long as I live. You need not .-.ay a
word against it, for it is too late the
letter is half wav to New York bv this
To say that Mrs. Parsons was greatly
surpri.-ed at thi.t would be but to slate
the truth. To say that she greatly re
gretted it would not be so true.
She had felt a certain degree of pride
in the thought that Lucy would marry
wealthy, and had sought to obtain com
fort for the supposed coming separa
tion in the knowledge that her daughter
could want for nothing which wealth
could buy, yet at times had feared that
Lucy might not find happiness In the
union, and wondered if it would not
havo been better for her to have mar
Especially since the lat great trouble
had come upon them, and sl:e aw how
her husband was breaking under it. she
could not help thinking how much com
fort it would hae been to him. and to
herself, if the oung folks could have
found their happiness in wedding each
other and remaining with or near them
In their old age. And now, while she
scolded Lucy a little for her haste in
the matter, she could not but feel thank
ful at heart that her child was not to go
fiom her, at least for tho present.
Jennie joined her sister in deploring
the loss of their old home, and wept
aloud and violently when her mother
spoke of separation, but she did not
offer to teach school to support lit r
parents, and when her mother gently
bade her cease to weep she wept the
harder and clung the more closely.
"Come, Jennie." said Mrs. Parsons,
dually, "you really must cheer up. dear.
It is not so bad but it might be worse.
We have each other vet and no doubt
shall get on nicely in the new home,
and when Mr. Knsigu gets read v. you
and he can be married and live in San
Francisco, which is not so far away but
that you can come home and see us
once in awhile, and may be we can
visit you -why Jennie, what is the mat
ter; have vou broken with Mr. Kn.-ign
Put Jennie o dy cried the harder and
clung the c.oser with her face h dden
upon her mother's shoulder.
Seeing the inability of her sister to
speak. Lucy said: "Jennie is married
already, mother, and she and Mr. Kn
sigu are to start for Chicago next week.
'Mr. Kusign came to see her the night
that we got your letter telling us of the
breaking of the dam, and found us
crying, and when we told him about it
he urged Jennie to marry him at once,
and finally she consented, and he went
and got a clergyman, and we all went
down into the Professor's parlor aud
saw them married."
"I sh-shall ne-never forgive myself in
iu the world if you are angry with me."
sobbed Jennie. "You know you-you
wrote in the letter that-that we"
"Yes. dear, I know." said Mrs. Parson-,
soothingly, stioking Jennse's hair
the while, "1 wrote you that if your
lovers urged a speedy marriage your
father and I would not object. So you
have done nothing wrong, aud I am
sure Mr. Ensign will make you a good,
kind husband, and I hope you wdl be
very happy. I am only sorry that you
are going so Tar away. Can not Mr.
Kusign find work iu San Franci-co?"
At this Jennie began to check her
sobs, and from the two girls their moth
er learned the whole story.
Ens'gn had chanced to meet a gen
tleman from t Ircago for whom he had
worked before he Vame to the eoast,
and wlionow offered him a po-"t.on at
good wages with the prospect of a fore
luanship in a shozt time, if he would re
turn to Chicago and the old hop.
As wages were not so good in San
Franesco as f(rmetlv. " ami then'
the hotel m niipsburg, wi.He tne man lie was to hae. ami winch ifiia.i lctt oy f :iavwi(jn. on t5,e Wd5t Co.it of Africa, tern of colonisation pur-t:e I bv the Kih- t whirli .n.lmu- ot it. wSt-thT oi hxn! .r rrvj,r. xh a'.-r f-
went on with the goods, and that on the agreement a a neighl or s. ; j applied with a an CovrnmeiiL Itini-btaK. M-em c.othmz. i pre Krcn th erM of un ml. n. ? b p
morrow when they returne 1 the heavy 1 1, return he received a warranty deed .f . o)-uc to f, n,ftto Uk. , b un,WoJ... L,, h..,d .f ym4
w.Trnii mil! miti!iiii wit'i the tintn whip i tti tin- iwv nine . in;iil.- Iiv In5 r. .net isrir. I .l ai. wil.tii will -i - i.. hi fc . ,, '.... .. i :.t ...!
".o": ". : "-- r -. ........-, . ,..,... ...nntrv 'or no -ooneru tl a liHiii'iin ii -.. .4i ,: ,k... il. .....rL; .. .. iv.j iih ir iM, w,
Mr. Ulake w:,s to have should be turned , and w.th..m her knowledge in the name compete w.th the ionge-taonneu ; --. MIUuI.s.on than the an- ' '"'"- -.-.--... -.,... .
over to him and the family should go on of his wife. . Hutch. Euglfeh and Cerumn hou. J ff.,, Uiem the alterua.Ixe. common g.uoo. ml- fr h by .
in the spring wagon. He did not do t.is for th purple of ....,;.., .,, ,, the entire trndeof l ...- i .. . ;..,.. .! .. vti..v . ,..i ,,.. n chemical proc-. rouw vf th. bun v. . MKrw-rf'
Smnll ?i it Hits, the r.Ynnn:n r.f r.- .lofrun.lii..- -o,v ,..,.. fnr J... nw...l t, " . . . u " : cl "" . '- '" w T I ,, r ... : .1. i. :, . l. -. C IW W Wit
." T.i 1.1 ' i ' H r :Ti i . n -i iiewt't eons:. . ar.n iiouea e- ' uxz them Ives tl reetiv una r uuo au i-..-n in im- ..,.. . , MIV 4.. u. , .p.
.. , . . , , . V : , : ,. ' . , . , fibh-hin" here i'iu-t l'r-t be a-'ured rule or emigrating. .Mot ot tne mouiu- ?:miu ;'Iuum or vuiuiuon utr-tr rmp. ,.t,rih;ne' &, M.kt
sion of John amf Martha Parsons, but honor reou red tr.at. h-.iii:- fail, d to that they have transportation for xhe'r au er l,r' rV ''"Vr;,0;.1. ThV. bile tli awdv bi,h thr farmer tolw mnXW sn.ml T m
were rum rs of the fa -torv -hutting i luuuuat on pr.jett.d t-i
down entire!;, he had deeded toa'f1"1'11 soil, wh le in titers
cipttieo.er. provided Jennie would t.ieneu oo-. Ja r-. we. ; long . ita i.ed- o." -oil. re n.a.rilaine-I a' W epen- of
go w.ih.hiin :is ids wife, and go'ng to ! lons- -.' n!y s.iUtly imbc ided ia the the ihiveriio.ent. nu.- ui-.vie-s one? in a
consult her with li'tle hnn.- tii?-i- !i.i i arth aud Ioo?si-..g a- if a i:.-I: wou'd ' hitri statt- of c;t!tiva,irj jsnu tahtb.ted
wo"ud consent to so iia-tv a m-irrinv c:ut them crashin-.1 -wa the ii'euntaiii bv .v thriving pea-amx. -vra novr co
had arri ed just as the ir'rls veie"in
their deep st distre-s ovvr the news'
from home. Taking advantage of t( e
situation he u-ged aii ir-tunt xnarr'agc, '
a in .leini'e s sobemg out a
his s'.on'd r, and the
uerionneu in Uie on
family with whom the girls were loom- '
He w;is to come for Jennie in a few
young man had gone at once lor the the tempest-, and an occ-onal clum ' rmio iMonntatiKeEs. a.l khit tnat oi
pastor of a church and had the cere- , of manzneto bushe-. were the only veg.- , :iu ,-iar5 J -hincvn'ks is striking ami
monv iierfonned in tlie nreserce of the tation which ?rew here, fxeeur." wl.rn ! sadly significant of the loss i: has sus-
days as soon aj he could arrange some ( coating of earth belo it, might be
little matters of business, and thev were found a few buuehe. oi co.vc? wild
t'i go to Sacramento bv boat and from
tiere by rail to Chicago.
jfeAnd so I am to lose one of my girls r
afjrr all' said Mrs. Parsons, when thev
ymuMiiu "eu. u you are only .
Sappv. tlear, I will trv aud not be sorrv i
that vou are roinr."
The next dav when Mr. Parlous re- I
turned he hugged and kissod the girls
in a loisterou.s manner, which he in -
j lenueti as a cover tor iils leeong oer
the loss of the old place and their
Tlien he went to Mr. Mace s oilice.
.delivered up the hor.,e wagon and;
! carnage, and gave him a bill of sale for
tie Uf'- and the housi.oM jroods which
uo:ior reii'i reu iriai. iri'nug i:;n u io
' protect 1. is own rights and nuard his
if !.. n... .... I... .1 .1 .w
' ...: ii ..!..: i... . r..,.,;...
i i -i.ii .! C1..H1I i" wi iiiiiiijuu i7.
affairs and place what 1 ttle wa- left locate faetoru.-or ai'-'n-i in different
ol their f-irtune in the hi;ds of her p.nt-. engage help :ivl!::iatd and fa
wiio. eijually wj-h hlmsdf. had aitleii in niileir w ith t'ie country and tV natives.
accuuuiiat ii'i all that wa lost, a- wdl
1 as all that ivm-iincd.
Aeconmaiiving the de'l was an ab--tract
of t.tle signed by the ilecor ler of
Died- for the county, showing that
there were i.o mortgage- on tecoid
again-t the laud therein de-uibi!. and
tint the t:lle thereto was in the name
of Mr. 151 ke.
Xot daring to trust to his own knowl
edge of -wh tiling-. Mr. I'ar-on- took
the ab'tiaet and d.el to the laudioid
j 0f $h,; Jlf,t !. w. om he thought a man
likely to be p s-e-s-'.d of - me kuowl
e ige of bu-iues-. 'i he lautt.ord Ioo;. d
them over aud juonounc -d them all
Determined to have no lng.-ring
floubti to worry h m hereafter. Mr.
Paisons then sought ut the village
lawyer, and siibni tted them to bin:
That g.-ntleman glanced them over
"If- all right, sir. all right."
"Ln"d i-nteie I b;- .John Smith, who
aell-j to Peter .lone-. Deed signetl by
.io'm Smith and Hannah M. Smith, his
wife. Thi'V ell to Thomas It, Itlake.
Tiiomas H. Itlake and Mary .S. l.lake
deed to Martha J. Parsons.
"No inf.tlne appoint upon the ree.int-s
in oilice :'.auit tlie almve ile-enlio I 1 in 1
"Ko- l'l Tnii:L'iili. ICe erili-r."
'That's all right Title in your wife.
Nobody can get it a way from ou, -ir."
"That's what I though;, every time
afore." muttered John Parsons to him
self as he lef the otlice. "but tle-y did
it all the Name. Put may be as this
olace ain't worth much and ain't never
bkely to be, they'll leave us in peace
the rest of our bves.
It wa-near the middle of the after
noon when the family found themselves
iu the spring wagon and on the'r way.
The ro.ul wo'ind round :.uil round tho
lulls, now no. now down, roekv and
full of gullies wu-hed l,v the Yams; . ll"' uonniry " ord r th it tho -y-.tem
never be itg repaired exeVpt when it m:l be kept free fr-un the j oi-onoiis
Ivtaine ab olutelv impassable, and in ' inS'ueiiees of the malaria which ovcr--pte
of the careful driving of his fath- j li:t"-s ' ,,,,tin' country. Along the
er the rough jolting hurt Johnnv. I entire coast the p:oduct. are not at all
sometimes causing him to crv out with ! unlike the export-. eon-;.-'ing pr.nci-
" - I !.... f I -. I "
Night overlook them when they were
several mile. Irom the r ournev's end.
of a cheap, unpainted boaid shantv ,
their new home upon the mountain
si do. j
It w-i iif !.... t.. ti.;,il- ..r .1.;..., ...... .
thing except to make a cut) of collee
mid mink don ii in the ea.-ieA wav pos-
-.hie for the ni'dit
Mr. Par-on-. with tiie assi-tance of '
th" neigh) or who came with him the
day be ore. had put up a cook-stove
and made a bunk for li eni-elve- on
the iloor. wheh reinaii.ed jus' a- they
had crawled out of it in the mo. niug.
Another smiilar one was now made up
in another corner of the room, and
upon these the faiiidy slept, excei t
Johntrv. who occupied hi- win cled cot.
it having been the last thing packed tin
the wagon be ore b aving the old home.
When they arose the ne.xt morning ,
iiiesuu was -inning over tne mountain
to trv to see even the little that might
have been m. n. but now they were
eager to know how the place re?ill did
A .-ad enough co: tr.ist it was to the I
old home. In-tead of a white cottage i
...;.i. :. ...... .. n:...i i ...: i
randas. their dwelling was a roa-h -
im ii.s i.t-ii uoiius iiici m - uiieu u :
shanty of boards nailed perpendicularly i
to the framework, reseinb ing in this '
respect the one whi. h the. had o-ru-,
. . . .... I
pied for a lew davs on tin
ranch. Put n-teul of l.eiiiir
,n fee, .5,,,-. and a , c,
there was no lo.t above as m the tMisCo! i
The interior wa- celled with cott'n j
cloth, but there were no litt'e niie'y;
made convenience,, no s nk; no nip
board; no partition: no porj i over the I
door. All was in one rouin and a.l was ;
cheap and ro gh. j
Out.-ide. the view was no more elwer-
ing. The shamy
hill or mountain'.
tood well u. on the
Pelow. and for a lit-
tie distance, beth .n front and iu the
rear, was a j iece of tolerably .'evel
ground, perhap- frtv acre- in all. which
! declined gentiv to t',e west, end ng in a
ravin, iieyonu wnicii tne carta becain
broken and iocsv .i.ain.
Alow the -hanty th- guiund -loped
upwards w.th a shirner p teh for a jew
hundi.d feet :ml tiiea ro-e r.p d'., be-
coining more au.i iao.e precip loll
JU it re.ie.ietl tiie si.muiit
In places portions of the sol'd rock
t.d t-.i.tvh the bar-
Here and there stood a (Pgger . Iun
"i; blue-giee i p"ne- bxiking. in :he a
t.inee. Idee bm?!i s of ii--it i:nke.
li.e-e. v. :h .-. k-w -c t: thu val
oiUs half d: iiudti f their limbs b
some large bowlder formed a slight pro J
tection from the wind, and pre-,Miec I
the rains from washlug a wav the thin
gra - s.
A fence of boards, had been throwt
around the tillable ground bv the last
occupants, but thus was down in daces.
ami oniy auueo. io tne general :: oi
isolation ami jec.w.
Pro iik roxTiviKn.T
making it still more dilhcult to travel -'"''i oii.wiiuie-, me j rine.p.u coast .- , , - , , . ' - '. tacture-. and how in ccpr department I eeti long in linm niav W r n..rd
with anv sped, so that it was ten rk. ts for ivory being at different i't -"Y" ' uo sl' u"!'" :k ,l!yi',l- ot indu-trv the pui-u t of rjifapii-u ha- nild. ng .!!.. ..p ., ..h -
o'clock when they turned their tired !''uLs Angol i. Common cotton and j """.'", - t a t o-a-k kiu a i,.,to tj,,. llM. ,,f MI sl ,,., ,.,r.i:v aft.-rw .rd' nMg -ty t,. . Mif
and jaded hpr.se- off the main road into J woolen goods, rum. gin. glass beads. ' ":u"j UM "-'"i.'.s a waus pn t. ml nf,.,-ior. ml MlIII,.tlll1., !.tt.'r than the w.-t will, tdd water Kul.m.l ..,,
abv-track to the right, and a oiiarter , --"",- l'wder. tobacco anil common ,,ul ll'' !"'1 W!L oniinittci m s.-it-ue. ,in,r.:i, ,lUl !l,wUf, w , Ull. ,.,j,.rt , tM .. Ut , ,bt .u, Mr n.n'n
,.f n.;i.. f..rii.,.r.m?...u...i .... t f.vit cutleiv make in. the luinciiial iiuiior s. fu'ice, and the ageres-or gen-rally getf, .f I k
. and doing the best t could to "-; I on gum ( opal. 'y ' " ' -' '- "S 0f-:fde hat-.' can.e.1 the d.Mibtlid . " ITOlM,r'nTJ' ' T f T
ake the scene a pb a-ant one , J;-"""'--""1 ;,,,l ":- ' rwr '""I "V; ' " ... " " ' ,u ",,.,," "od- to b i.ed and bume I and tloi . u ' '' .... .. .n ... - -,
.. , , ,., ,. . .. palm trees an of spontaneous "row-tit "meu.io uie ircassians. it is no e-s .r ,. , ,, ,. , , ... ,,, ... m nvr..ioii mioimm r .u-rf i -.
mr. Parsons hastily slipped on his ..,.,,,.. , , ' ....,?" ..'" bitter on on.. .;,! ,!,.. ,i. ...,... A offending hatter-to be put into tie pib . .ftM-l, It .. i-..
ch hesand went out to look to the JT p ; , M .' ,; ' o' fo-irk looks upona' mount-unr ' . - ' T '7 rm ? a.wf
h- ,, , -, , ii'nKim!. vet there is o limit to le -vage whom it is his d.itv to keep in tt-cle-l the.r tnob: of inang , ire brn w ..Bif
Mr.s. Parsons and the g.rls also f , nch products wheh '. an-l who,0 lib, he is no wav Mu"1 th' Y ' '"K mrlm.r
dreSiMihurriedlvanl hen s epped to , ,. Jk f thecuntrv if the I'O.md n, r sped, while a mountaineer ' f-r- not bra,-. A nea far,,,.- iVri,,. .r
he door and looked out. It ha. 1'oon : llar;v-e eoiiltl I- iiuit.cl to work, be regard-a KiUian as a worthier cur. jyl.o -Id unvv hole-on,. Pk w-i-lt . n ,
."!Y ? c ?mut thV, U; Wle; ain,me-tt.eqeNlionoflabor.a, I o when,, when occasion offer., he may' the p lory and had the v.nkmg -ga, . ,,,,.,, jp pu f,.... ,
and thev had b.'en t o ulterlv tued out ..?.. .-. ,.... .'" " i :n ...:.i. :. :... t. . . J mons burned under Ixvn no-e. A ven- .... ...... ....' ... .. .
.. .' - 111. IT .1... T..n.-....I.k .. ..m..... ... . fVlIl ft. III. IIM1I1II1II V " I t ..... a ..,.. I.I....,.T.. ....ttr,...,'. ... a. V..a.Tr T&ft1 .1 1
KktH AWAY FHOM CONGO.
xhU itii .dic of Sjrci lJnmI jttr
, Cnminiionrr Tdri.
i n,,, f0i0.,Ving arc some ol tho most
s,.,: ,);li3:l.v,- 0f Mr. T.sdei's report
.o u.e . u. ipanimiu.
"I rco-n-mm I ino-i earne,tly that
American- who contemplate e:ablL-h-
;,, theni-eive-; on the Lower t o:il'. or
m... i.. ..... n.... -,
iuauuf.ietu'il gooiU outw
tl ami for
1 .!..... ...i .......! 1
rt. .: .-...... l 'i
i u . i ui tiiat .in 'ti uau ii.i- tiit.'i
and with a knowledge of ) oth the Porta
gue-e and 1'iote hi .guago-, make pres
ems to chief- of trilH.... and in th" man
ne: induce the natives to tome into the
newly-eitabl'-he I factories. All th s
t;ike- time and money. a:d little or no
iv: :rn can oo expected for at least a
year. It is n mi-ta'se to suppose tnt
all of ti:e product j hIit'i are reported
to come irom the ( ongo are grown
theiv. .r d a.'tealh com. from there.
Hot one-t-nth s harveste I there.
"It :- my bel.ef that in all the world
there U not ;i richer t -rritory than that
wh'eii bonier- te sea. eomm -nring at
th. Sineg.d l'iwr in lt t-ide lo de
giv - north :r:d ext n-iiug to latitude
X degrees : second . and inland an
-.vera e d -tan e 1 :i bun Ire I miles.
1 h country i."' der.- -!y po;:i.a'. d. yet
it Is next to imp s-.l'e to induce the
nation-, to pluek the valuable products
wlrch nature produces. With the ex
ception of the Loango and Kabinda
tribes th'-y are a wild, -av.ie and cruel
people. They do ii"t like the whit
man, and. wnile 1 1 -v ar. glad to have
hi- cloth and gin, thev would much
pre er never to --e a wh.t man wit.i n
their domain. Ti e u--tin of labor
will h.-ue mu. h to do with the future of i
tl,;. ,.r.,.,,t,-v- ti :, .. ,.:...t.i.. ,-..
7V''lllfc.T S4 l III.U IkilOi' -.:
that a anibar man or a Ibeis-a
man from the Niger can tract
anywhere iu the conn ry uunio-le-t.-d.
even among the jno-t -av-agetrd)5.
T!ii fact charlv proves to
ni' that an mil t-triou-b'.aek man ..ith a '
knowledge .it the I'lote Ian nu te will
be enable I to excrei-" a greater and
belter iutlueiiee oier the-e iieopl- than !
it can bt
e ior in.- wnite man
.ue-tion of elimale is
ver to do. Tim
a -eiiou- one. It is humid :ia i ener
vating to the white- of Kun.pc and
America, and much -iekne-s ia the re
suit. Verv muih precaution mu-t be
exerei-ed ibir.ng the Ir-.! ear's -t:u
I1 .' l" -""1, iiouini-iiuu-. pann on,
Iaiiu nut-, eolo mil- and gum copal.
some nory is ai-o export.-u. i,ut m
'' w-ln l he.se articles the trau.-rs b.ir-
tor for the products irf the couutry. It
" the only currency known.
Fiftv ner cent, of :dl tlie "nniU
wi'J J-r" to " co:i-t. iiiclu ling pro-
Vs on. are pun-hascd iu K,rj:i.
Tho gin comes from Holland and is
maautactur-d expre. Iv for the trade.
the iiiantity being f rt p.-rcent. of all
import-'. A few bottle-- of "in will "o
inueii lurtner in trade with tlie natives
than ti'ii times its v. due in cloth, and
often it happen- thiU tra ler, are com-
pe led to return to the co ist
without having aceoinph-he, a
trade. the natTves in.ti,,. upon
having gin. while the trader was
having gin, while the trader was
supplied " with cloth alone. The
mo-t valuable productions of the conn-
try, and for vhi"h there is an ever-
increasing demand, aie rubber, alm
amongst the tribes of the low and con-t
lands, whici will aft r a tune induce
them to gather and bring to the trade-sin
Icrgeouantities the products which
the so readily exchange for anvthing j
whi'-.h they may rcpiiie. Tiierc are j
ii.,. ...r .i. .ti :..i.. i ...
" V. .:' . .7:7. l'liA " " "Ul inc
.-...j i ivuiiiiviiii vc ..it" liio-i" uuuii-r-
1 . nr. ... . ,." .U.. I .1 1
M,, " ' ' " " , '" """ ua"v".i C
CallC'l 1 l-TC ilnrnl rntm ri- n Innn
i is cultivated except Pie ground-nut ami
L '" "M "
Kut-rHit Ilutr In ttio Mnaiitala Conntry of
III' T. uplrp.
It 'n prcci-ely in the north ami wc3t
of th- Cauca-ii. the regions first an
nexed by Ilu-six and over which the
tli'n'vmls have consequently held
lonv.".t svvav. that the condition of tl...
conntry is the least satisfactory. Ex
tensive migrations of the indigenou- iu
hai stints have left it almost without
p.j.uli'ion. f.r'at s'retehe- of lanl
once belong ng
to tne mo'intamcers
wer- made over to Cj--ac.'i -ettlers.
.nil ,1-ribute.I among Government
fiinc;: Mi.it i..: but the latter. -itl.cr be-
.u ' i' i - j i
c:u:Sn ther are un-kil!c I m. nu-bandv
or out of -iie-r idleness, have? let thirir
farm- for :' iao-t par: rcu to vrsvp.
The Ct-.aek settler-, uitaHe. for similar
ret-on-, to nlak a iivii-r out of the
1 v...i brn-Nh wck ar.l almi do-
ul. ttrd. and t:e txuou ci-untry pro-
set: is an astect oi ;... Ir nnent ana.
ine di.ierence Lerrw the eondLou
tw lountrv tvti.- lb
tained by annexi.ti' n to Russia. The
di-tr.ct .nhoo.ted by the war.ifc.;
Cabards ra;. formerly eovercad with
I ..ftl.Ll- .. ..-. iUUUIlli CUICIUU ...II.
'superb gr.nl :s and productive vine-
yar'ls. and rho natural fertibtv of the
! soil was inereASed br an adtn:ri'.le vs
ten; of irrigation. Hut v.hen the Pus
iau took pose.-sion. ail was changed
as ty the stroke ot some wicked en-
chanter's wand. Tlie canals have fallen
into ruin, the aencia walks have dis-
apf .nrd, nnd the magnificent lime j
..... ... ..;; & - iiii-iiii-i;tiiiii iii-aite amii'iiiv I - I - -
it ovtiii n..i-11it; hi uicau; uaill j-........ ..... i.,, ,, vir , I i . . ....... I ..I.I '" . ni'"" -- ---- "m -
trees iiavo bei'ii cu down for tie tires
of Kns-Jan functionaries I he tr.iw.er
, jnav jiow - jUrn,.v for ,n ly, an,j i,ntl on
, jjVav onlv deVtniet: n an i w.u-te.
( )u. : :j,jrl,- l.ftr, ,aTi- li-. ! s nee
, tie- conquest of the C.:can-.' the p"-
! pl so far from beeom ni: re.onc.led
; -j . ie l.Jturv o"- thi- em grni
! :, .!'''' .i..' i'V,r.. nf'tr.. -
-ilir:w-iiixK .X1LL1 "fc M f-
in mi .i:In-r their Ii.mje. thev had to
1 . 1...1.....I tl...... l. If r?.i,i. MTTl! 1-ftf
ll.l.- I".. I... ......,.. v.",
.i". all ol nnieii ui .iwxt wit ' ".
of tne C.--aek colom-t-. llit-y made
1 in crowd, f o - one or oth. -r of the ports
J on the P.lack Sea. httt.dre I- Jv ng on
I the wav o: -heer ".v.tiit and privation.
l.ut in l'o the po'.Vy ot the loern
in -nt underwent a sudden ehaige. See
i g t at t.ie land wa- 'al! ngout of , ul-tl-i.it
o-i and the country becoming tl. -
opul.-.tod, the author ie I eg:in to
throw .m. cd'.meut- in the way of tho
emigration the.- i ad furti-e-rlv emtmr
aged. ami in 1-G7it wa- forb dden by
speeial nac-tment. In ls.".5. when two
moun'a u tribe- demand d jeinr. ion
to em'gr.ite and attemi.t-l to cairv out
their purple without waiting for an
ai.-w r. thev were for" 1 back by Nt!-d:-
rs and t'.e leaders arr. ted and ex-
I' d !o Siberia.
On many occasion-. mremer. the
( 'overinneiit ha- nut kept fa th w th the
(.'ii',iiv':i:iv When tlie '2'eh tei.ent-y
were eon pier-M the K-s"ai Comniaml-er-in-Chief.
Prince I!aratln-k. i-ued
a proolamation in which he solemulv
Mi.iranteed them in the undisturbed
es-.ou ot tiie.r pi op 'rues. lei.
tin- lironu-e. tne greaier pari
of their land was eon .seated aud be
"owed upon the Co aek and Ku i.m
I'unetauiaries. aud the unfortunate
IVl.etehent-v were driven into a corner
of their ancient dom-tiu. tr.t re to live
- '1, - 1'.1"1 ,,.u"-v CO,,s.I,L """'-' ''''
the niU-t:ce uill.'cted on t.iein. the-(
. . . t
men looi; to iinganoage. aui ueeame
tl.o loiror of the eountrv.
The obieet of the-o nit asur-s wa'. of
tour-e. to "Ku--i-tnie" the ( an-a-u-.
and. i'V weakening :i'id nupoeri-hing
thep-oph. to keep them in 'ompb'to
-utiji et on and pr-".ent futur.' .'elu ilioii;
bil their hie. itabh' d'eet w.u to Mii-e
a teeling of bitter hatred ag;itii-t even
th'iig liu Ian, above all against the
I.u-shiu tloveinmeiit a hatred wh-eii
siib-e ,uent proceedings of th-' Adminis
tration hae reiideie I .-till n.ore li'tter
ami ii.e crate. There are one niea,-
ure and one law for the Kus.-t.ui colon-
i-ts and a'lother measure -tiitl other
law .s for te Circa--i:ri.-. For iii-tance,
f the toriner have the privelege. of o'eet-
ing their own village Maor-i and com-
moil ch efs. while the "( oinilii ion-
I s" -et oer (,'ire.i hm village-: are
cho.eu bv the police, whonatuta I ap-
po.nt their own creatines men for ti.e
iiiiil iiift iittortc tifiif ri tif if tlti. u-'tiilc
...V'... ...... ..v.. ......'.......... .... .........
, f ,, , , , , ,
.inn nan ii iiiv I'eopie airi iiosiih; w
., -,. . i J i,
oil .scot-free. hen a Kus-fau is thu
victim it is very dnlerent. In thatca-o.
whether there be proof or not. the an
thorilii-s alwav.-a nine that the mur-
; ,,,vr - " :i-:aii and puni-h
n om.rc district for ti.e fault of a -in
u' "'dividual. Whenever a crime is
I -,'ntoi n a village tlie peip.-trator
" wllicti can not be discovered, the en
lirf commune, .sometime-s v.-ral m-igh-
, u,,l'" eonuiuuii'-. ar" neui re-pon-ioie
and d alt with aocordmglv
stnte is tlie ( m-stion of di-armanient.
"w.untameer di-armed is a man
, d -.honored, ami a-the Kussian colonists
-"way-, carry weapons a native without
"Ways carry weapons a native without
is at the meivy ot the first Cos-aek he
( niy,'t-,J' Hence everv attempt to enforce
' ,h ,aw " t'" n S'11'1' - tiercely re-isted
''1 often attended with riot--, blooilshi-d
I 1 ...11- MM. I, r .. . .
aim n--.-eii.oii. i tie ui-ieeiing arising
r- i.t . .... . t .i . . . " n
THE GARDEN OF EDEN.
M Wealthy ICellx.u Kntlm.Iut Wwnt-t
tll AiJmhi anil Kv .Slorjr VrrllUd.
The rulifiouanlnr of Ml., i"., tt..,,-;
Wolf. i th.. ivi...ii.;.. .., i i i '-
one, mo wealiliiest maiden ladv in
. . . . , -
Amenea. takes- eurious b-nts i - onii -
times; out as she dispenses charity witli
2. liberal hand, her eccentricit in ar
forgiven. Ayoar ago she rnad up h&t
mind' that the site-of the Garden rd
Rlen ought to be decided tn . nnrfuin.
Slie Iwlb-vr.d. tliac bv cxcaritin" the
spot -omething or other wouldtU lu
up to settle all doubts of the Adam and
Eve story. !sho wa, willin- to.davU-
onn hiindri.il. f ..,. n.i .in -i.:..
object, or more ia. ease the e-vrlv'riIts
warranted further effort, bh talked
with a number oi clergymen, antnpaa
rians and- geographer-." and for av.bile
got little crieoufa"ement foirtier -e!'-me.
They tcld her that in all probabil tv the
j.anlea ot EIi lr.y in Ahat is "now
known a tlio Chaldean eountrv. but
they did not tlink expl -ration, would ,
ettle the ipie-tloa bevond di-pule. At
last -die- f oils. I in lr..v ur vr.t:;...
Have, Wan I a man captilb and willing
caccy out hr ob eet. I met h.m f-
,:i.v.r-Jr J" mou'Ji-' vi. to the
r-iiparate and Tigr.-. This has. hwn a
,...i:,,,.. .- .'t' " ...
i-.. ...1.1...V. . .wuii.i-v. ijio i iirz w iiv
nunent hindered him. .:,, th? fw
Pabylon-u. Urek-., ev Under, isii tabo-u
wich h.iay hae rrjusiit baek haS
to be stiuggled froui tiie Mnutrv. A
bg tfXl.tni tren
Now. iJoctor. h..tH-' aj-,i -rt;." I
sahL -do yon Wlk-v- ikttv i- nr ni-jiS-
peel of d ioovetnf; xta Garden, of
i nave onvst hone-- of thrrarSnt.
iisore or ics nu l.-ht A li
ght A U.e - ibiTl.
vra-i Uie repiy
Kvitj on tbis tor we
Mia l- Imporvaat gf-'ogical d -eov-r!
m use region c t unldua. sonth of Pbv
lon. We sottbvl authorilatir.dy the
sites of several aacient ci.s. " The
best eneourage":&i, however, was in
local ng drhmudythe oririanl citr of
ippjra. ca the bank of thC- Kuthrai-
. J'-.4i. -i -. uui. vi iiJW f.Ul
It was he"e that, according to anr
C: alders history. Noah was
manle-r to bnry all th. rtcrl of the
antemiuv ian worm, oruore ne enibarKe.t
is tb ark. in ordfr dunt they might be
preserved- We moan to dig no thi
ground thoronghiy. and may be shall
t'ad something astonishing." A, i".
Ccr. CAi-oo infer (kion.
Th 1tf-Ir frrtirr sorely TrjUx
Vlrtn f Ilryifin Anil I"rrr.
The farmrr and d-itrvmin win i in
clined to be houet ! hi v.rtu- ors
to . jv :n..,i i,v the apparent let-.. of li. i
- iM. .... , ...
on t,-p l"n '" tlanmS l"rn,--t f
k - . their prolwct-. enrcr nn rte!e
home to h eh Idren ok hi- return
town i- i large pnrt hittr olT,
phv.-Ur of Pari-, and. mre r. rrntly.
the ure white talc, which j- pr-f rr d
be-'au.-e of it- gteai w. i.ht ana iu une-tiHMi-
character. Kvvn th- ntaple .ii;ar
ami -ynip k- made id xhU pr va'i.
g.mo-e. -trenthea.d by brown rair
mn-i ovado atwl tla ored bv ehm.e.l
-tuff or by the adtbt a of prtiMi
the geuuine weet ihitter anU cht afir th.
are notonou-lv n.lu tented. aid th ? a- Jf,. , '.'7
ereait of w.ueh wie p jMUr te- ar
made N tot i.fltru a hlthj- m-xlu'-e ol
milk, i m' mL or . 'HBoHyf
from nrlk in anv form. ha'aver tk
farmer . dl- i- more or
more tiUnientii. ana wntffvr B
bus mav b' tJHthfuliv saitl U) b? mil-
er-.dlv mixel wish cha: and, imtir
1- thi-evil to coiiC'.MWtf? If It is the
Uoiie-t tsriit'T may rfi.rr iront iuine-s
of a:i kind wideh a!m.t- of "u h t
tara.iis praet.ee-. ilotitt ilatrying
niii-t wholly cea-tr; k h rao! to a
large extent, ami m.uu i..rm- r- have
hIm: dou.d it from iee-t, i ng no
jil'Ii' to make pure buUr or hte anl
dl it at a pro.it iu et.mpelitHMfi with
tallow or In i or cotton-re-l oil. L-h
do j.ot eelll to Iv ojH-rativt '
York has n -trtng.nt !w H'nt
a.lulteratiou of da r. g.oJ.; Ill nol hnd
enacted oim e.pialli strng. l "Ml
ha- Peiin-lv.nn.a. Ph., ant rtunat ,
th-e laws m'i'iii tit eonl'iet w th lif
leal riht.s of th.- lulu terat.rN. iro
can not lawiullv lie pi t-vctttrd from
making and -eUuij' ohiiIv awy ul-.-tance
which ;- imi ittjuitoiM u. the ptio-li-
iu-altii. Aiiil .o appt-.ls r.re taken
with con' d m-e again- ciiticS:oit.
and the t-vil reman-. S'fie wr.tui'
tin aboie it i- reported that the NJv
Yoik Oleotn irgarine inn ha- been !-
dared line ui-tiiuti'Mi.tl J Put is it ua
evil, broadly -peaking, to rnnnufneluie
-ub-titutes for anv ex -t ng nr le..;
which ni'iv be therebv driven out ol the
market bv the ehetnue ot ihe -iil-ti-tute.J
We can not former how the roll
ure of indgo an I madder ha- leeii
wholly destroyed ty the iutiooiiet.on .t
the aniline eohe-; how tlv value o(
wool ha-been reduce i b the ?hol.lv
and miino wh eh hae Im-ch u-ed to
adulterate it and tt niaki cheap cloth-;
how handierafti of many !itid- have
ZH'en replaced by mat hin proce-.'-;
bow Wnotl pulp ha- di-piaeed -ever.il
.. I I . . . I I..
ouier Minis oi paper -io k. now paper
other kinils ot paper -to k. now paper
i . : . i i it .. i . . .
lias ili-phf eit lrauier.nsevcr.il maiiu
and important interest
Put theie are var.oo- nn thod- ol
eh atiug and adulterating which ar.
not of this character. I al-iticatHn ' a
ia me. and years ajjo wn. v t-it I ly
j-cvere penalties and. pun. -h meat-,
which night well be revhis. To -dl
infi r or or injur. on- arl cl for I etir
r w hob'- .me product- should ! tin t
el with ade pint-- pMul-ltiuent. an ro
bei v is, and shoti'd hi: made an eonnllv
impopnh.r llen-e. Five vntur - ago
' the intolerable trauds which were ,h.
, , .. , . , , , , ,, , j i ... . , r
ciTtb , k mnv ''" L "" 1 ! 1 wi ieh
' . . ' 1 5
,,,,,.. .r .,'-,,,'.,,,, ,.f ,,,,.!.
' " , .
vanou-co d'gn pun suinents w.r- in-
111. ted upon it hor.eB; i,ep.-t tor- and
adulter.tor-. Thus, the Hnti-rV i ...a.
der of b:ol wire-., or e who od
1 skimmed milk, aiw lk Wieroiideinii?d
to stand iu the pillory 3.d have all Jd .
iioor stuff whi. h he -fywihl not In made
' to drink pouted (iu'3 bit head 'I hu
llpOtl his own h"d WOIV Ilt'T.llly VfIU-U j
; th- -m- of th faUirur" in -in-h a nay
I n- ti make hmi lgnoiuiiuou- and to d-
, , ,. i
ter other-fro.ii following hi eniiipio.
l -j-,.,,,,. u.,.n. lb. ..., (,l, t...e,'-,
: lUnnj Stewart, tu .V ). Tmi
Crossing the Lmc.
? T,1R cu.Jwn of ba-ving a b.r j-ctil T-.-
oniony aboard silip crowing tlin oiu-
tor ' n: m,,ch' "i",rvMl rv ",,'
'! I-oaahU McCay. " oh- 'i
dog." - i d to a rrrter a fev, dav - ago:
"Th ju-tom ol. ef.-b'bratiijr. tbv "n'
oi lhc h1,,PV o-.ng th. - hm, i- imj.
l...ii'..T ri ,,i-r.HI. In niv -lav it a
one tJ thu mol eTciting ejiriet, ,-m ot
a -ai'r'- lib- Oa . rne oatbe hjt it
w.i carried on l an -te: that aiiii
eiuUngwred the live of tl- tirv. oi
the ta--jrerr- ami girra la tl u
bo'ird the o o t-aahed w ih lar a 7
wiAchml th- jr t.iraiKuv Ur U c..
ins- vr. 1 i aiJr -'
cr -d ih- lin- trI x'ffTi A av.
.-ave tnpabot that a !
'.hirii. "V-iry of to ib Ka kad
iviHi'ii bi oiv- v bo wo'itil wi- karrf
lo ;4Htr' fr th i ciotfT. rt ?
do not ckce.1 oj tlj ar-snl. Tb
hej tbo --r. h ffr aor bTT.
.a-Jiir. -AtnM r a ratty r "
tbrv ha4 ert! : lit " rw
a-CSa ' " WW w- w- -' -
roiv. W!I. hu' ll .m n R "
hi mm . " rii fcT . ifc k i -iiiioi-ii' w -
ti'llll t I . fulfill lit ik.l"llf ! t I lftlflL.'! t
AadLv b wo;i arvat: to ,)kakail natr art
.-.i- -n MntA3M ujtl tt urm.
m-mjmm r- - mm- w-
cnixfftHt swiminer t ir-"
, vji I ti Srt -rht th
. -It In. . tka Ail. d tl
i,iiA ai ag : el ,i " h
cro a on lu head ;.. d a tti bai hw
baat' 'l"he ai t a UwaSfbt th- t-
i.,o oo a lo 4 m owu ;
u o ot cl w
taua-A. 1. Twm. :
Kr.-e MaonrT a? iatrtdaea! farto
China or aa Kaguanaa awt ity
years ago. aad asxioog 0 1-k ZjwS-Axw-rica
aboat fcv.! yar aco. Tr aw a-ia "
ri:MJ h. of " -. tauwlafawJ
jr to dtinose. ta tauaa ttrxj-
grt ara ad;a"-iipet. "t i tWi
cooatry ory Utsvo -- altowW Ut ko
c0aierrrd. Then are &, Ctiet
j Free Maroau ia JLawries- San
HOME, FARM AND GARISH.
- L-n r tic
t tii.. inl :x
Ut't t !. I
w- h ' -r
: tttr i
-- Lair pfHrtto ar- lbr bmg t
the rvn f Mm hh Vaiu . r
r'T mj -.. .v 1 .-!-
r n.th" kn-n Wnl t
il. a ltof4. taa'. w-
?! iric -jtiality -
hirrf or iu ik "A.-,.
- Lmoo tabling t
two tah!M- s nf.l- .'
i1' 'p ft fC!
tul of but;r. on 3u
IW bBtm Mi' he.-
kt iisrrbr. V
m th whit- .f
- Port J r
Vkt ifi'n'w vxn
ran alt te a .-i
Int. . L ,. .
.' -.. im .
. " JP .-l. 1HI WO
stttal) wh trg
lli kr ark K
t uni''rr I . IBi
., ti- rj.
T. cwrr a t
?tuai part of m
W"!!. i ffc
allow m t rrm.'o i
irorf.-n ami n.mth t ,
and witu - ttion . r
the met i lion four or i
it will i ftHiifl lh it - r
Th a aii.i Im dtmtc U f.t ..t fci .
A roiHiwon m-I.Mi.r ,i U-inn.
ganUnin,- u r.. rncjf r ! t.....
A-j jj .! a gt-neral n?r . -n U
U to tt.v.r t a iwpiH .ttil U ;
lU ihtrsit. vl tit cirii Hot )
meat muAt b ut-I miH.rv
the hot and te wevhrr . in
els ni; hr id'itH ,
a ti be krpt Nti '. ii ntl v
Uri.tl ipl Citk"
pl ehM-j H-i.', ort Mp 4
or g r. .n.-' alt rj e-U v
and -our noU. o ital tw K
-pom(nl ol ...la. oa tup of
' aad c.un.ei .) i anil rtw. h
iippl- v.-r .nr iak tr ngll .!
on m H.ier, niti ttigr. n
sb.wly down tvntp. Tit o ..
good a wfil a a haj ca4r. A .1
apple- nnl rn iav tr. Lwit thin
f rl ft Hit I 'if It r.
For mildew iiiiMv mi t' '
in i, lauttdr. tnn-b and hm t
nnt'h nh. mo-I ihr ie. oi n Im-
Apply lo lH ittiltbtwiMp "p-t-. i
norv.id om lb ira. r. t t! !. .
rob ni it wie'r. n. tio-i. fm".
. 1 ft. ft ...
uen I ermlV.
m-ixi crinifc. i.ir uiMiri ! i:r."
i i mi . . ..
keep danio .Mildfw ! h-t
HOTATION OF CROP:;.
.'.lii.llr...tt. IColKlliiti lltt. V...rk nf S0 f
fl ..! S,j.,fMl I .1 MiT
Our mo-l akdlfit) and'oc'- lul frni
er a tboe tvh. pr purteulM1 ii-n
lion U a jiid'rlteMM rintn. t f..
itiul a!)iiar th.r lmU It. rl a i I
is wceary N t.r h-.w In
the oil tway h. 'immiIiHH rroppia '
i '! or two ktudi ! gznm kt b
, llMMi lU -...- pUm, of pUa' I I
",H " nH t""""1 "h
l Kry .-. .. rl...r h ,
!. not br.ag lroi ntm ml:-i .,-
the tn.iU-riNi thm noi b- ! 'ipon in-1
. i r
, ' .wa m-i iUi.fli r
, T 1i"r,l ' tmV7 . U ""-:
!lOMIMMrrC IK'Hl MMI lwi ir
to -nice. .-! iwo'li 3if. 'rifi !
plr.ntt a.H oaiji b ?r-o lijif
Vlllkr Uttb- lk i r Jn.t f0(
.lis . I'luiti -w'Urit prn ta a"
etHiMitiTe lofi, lirr.Mbl-. h i r
anted with tf .1 aa 'jo. hr
ter. ( Uttrr I ol m!' 1 " of
UV.fi. n.. b b.i- pflne rf a ft.iv
fjf.wlh ot bdn. frt-.'r th l
tnieai m I f3Zr "I aitra. war- -wear
ta surtftii- ldr 'h" st ri '
far d'n ntr.be wwbI a4 tf'Wff v
vabi..ble miftai dtiaot
Ati''r JVitj fix-M hr rtAA
Iti.n that i f..r! iif :4 a oyH'
n Iagt'. of nr
1. .d-t !- dHoniMivd n- tipl'il
...- -il -niUt.T ua tk jmI t W
ii- 'piioUty tfj bagw " as if
.,i-m: Joaiit l UV frs of f a
wn. u ( rno.t lHi- . f''"
,At J.jj-h.- -t Lr 7- - . t
ti-vf .. U l-wl.ns ' tl r ijr -
imm cti rptaU hH t- ' r-l -"
prt lfni own hutd. .imL at
t.iiw io prMr or xarmm
rt.ht Wit )tfl ypflj J;
waauvt. a Ur mi bvmi lara.
IriYu-tr UVI r44M oft iUp I
hsneft -m y
lx-v h, aaa' -. ' w
... - -
MTl M aMWkt. MMT ' V-f.
Ut yndr4 by Ra fyuOS
KtTar i"V mI,4 uW -.
v.jHa viH b-a W m! tav IW " -
BMuk. mataotmm. mr-Bs -:i'' -vt
uV-.t mtty Mai ol tmm -.:!
or frad ot mm rms '
A.:t or pon4
imnm riar hm fvd c f
--W m - mm im m -j -" -
i ;bm i p Sttaltm UTOUa - - '-
f j fj wbo botkl taaibHaiV "- '- "
Jilr S cu mi uVe farutrty l b 3
' lobr tvmwUtk a -tvm a -aa4 r
.rNWiJ ll I lM - -
trr a j lfB iar Urn yv
f urumg' Uma t& lar Uru. --
u-- i & mat dr- L U.: '
mtmt mMlm taw tlirtctwa TV
in tarhi a aiaw ti aw7-
to Jteki a aviac
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