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THE RED Qr,0"OT CHIEF
4. C. HGSME3. pilior.
RED n.nrn. Tki,;:amca
AT THE LOrM
"'Lock, ho! lock!" the rowers W. as up the
Opcij your irutes. oh nut-brown maW, for my
lady t, plcasine bout;
Turnjourw.inUaf.s. okvii the hiulce and Set
the water rifcu.
My little lady will rest awhile und view the
Fair she Is as you are dark, oh maid of the
She i like 11V ltllJea that toll not. and neither
do thvy sjiln:
HersivMdcr f-'t and her languid hands have
a hlh-tioni -rac". jijii -i c.
And e. .-ii In r tia -oiiiluc-ts Sutuseir like a pus,'
il ill Hi tlrarrti.
Do your ,.- hhuk! her wistfully, poor toller
l.y the jn'
Whu.'f ila.lv lirvad tnuit still wo won by lnhor
.tr'y and hue'
Do not murmur: remember thin that honest
to't it hl st.
And that worm most faithfully has earned
the. sweetest iet.
Perhaps who know? My lady's 03 es took
Wistfully at you
Ilefd.i-ss ..I r,uhenfd linden, or Toot in
The. w..rd hieinove, in covers ill deeds with
And the fiuiet aes sometimes mask "a
1 uitied house f lies."
I'erliap If the hdden secrets of both hearts
could be 10M.
You would not clmiiee. with my lady for all
h r r-iuk and ir.il;
You would pitv the lovely creature In all her
.And tlu.uk Hie Lord Tor the sweetness of love
at j ou r ilciire.
lorluiv is the-little slstr-r that cllnirs about
:o loviiur ulvvjt.s, und dentin, ready to run at
And a Me,, :twy irom the river rises the busy
When :ir vour Ve. oh uuMirown maiden.
KiiiK'li'iil) woikrt with a will!
Tin 11 vour wiiidlns, open the nlulco; the
Winers rise amn n.
My Indv'sdovnnd my hidy Hep Into the boat
.She sunt.-ns her lover greets her who knows
it thf smile w true'
ISut tliconis :!:sii in tin- hiiiiI Klit, and they
vanish tttmi jour view.
:Solct thv wistful IoiuIiik vanish from heart
And look what a iroMon lory over the rier
Fkv and water together equally overspread
With a imiil SIeinIii,j,'or color, gold anil pur-
ide ami ivd.
Cold and purple and "cailet are blos-nnilng
too at your I ret.
Tiioinv vi own or the thistle, prlmiose yellow
and swi ;t,
naming eot.e of the .-iituitc. J arrow and jrold-
And a !i'iiilor of silken timsels from the
mill.weetts lmrt .iiir pod.
Kouinl them. scckins; lor plunder, hums a be-
Ami a 11. bin 1 witters a sleepy so:uj In yonder
ion tie- lnv - tod w, be over: shut the
I'.tieJ tor the ii'jht;
S(mf.iiilv unit- to milk with you In the old
II eVenuijf I Kht.
Herein let vour heart be thankful; the sturdy
-tn nutli ot join baud.
With lovelo Hwi-eteu jour labor, is better
th.m io'd or l.ttid:
And I.vMvr 1I1.111 all is the truth In wh ch meek
M.lll lil.l i't.
"Tliat (Jod who t'.icsricli bis poriion, knows
what lor eivn is he.
.1107 JiimlU-'j. n i.ulr f Lvbfxl:wfc
IUI..S. WILKIN'S DUTY.
Sho Thought Belinda Would Like
a Clmugo of Mont.
She "always tried to Io it." she
said. lu:t li!:v the kitchen woik of poor
housekeepers it was never done up.
Tim iii.i-loiI that there vv:is more tii:m
livloiiv"! to one fain 13. "Aunt
"l.i.:iheth took in a ;ooil ilval for other
folk;" ami on. e he lyh elialketl :i
sien upon the front !oor- "Hutv Done
here." l'.ul then Tim had arrived at
that peculiar ar;e wlien a boy has no
rights ami h needed to run errand?,
sind it is probable that duly hi aut:t
7iotiitsouii interfered with his eom
lort even more than that of older peo
ple. in truth. Mrs. Wilkin's duty was not
: vonven enL article tu have about the
hou-e. It was a bnvtlinir. ajr:esive
:iU:ur. ahvay prmin up unexpected
1. like one of the dos o una.-i ount
iibl jctld in onie iiou-cliolds for
their ole virtue of ie nj; always m the
way. Moving forward, one runs
a;a.iist the creature and it growls,
moviije; backward, one step upon it
tail and it snarls. It lies upon the
back p:az.ato be carefully leppcd oer
in the Uavtune and disas'rouslv .stutn
blcd over at m;ht. and haunts the
front steps to bark at eery visitor
coining in. and to howl after eery
member of the fatntlv oinir out.
Mrs. U ilkins kept no tlo,, but hrr
duty snitVed an oppoitunity ami
pounced out of its h d.nj; place when
there came a timid little knock at the
t lining-room in the early morning, and
and iLs answer n; icvealed a small,
quiet-faced, brown-robed figure face
and dres both past the freshuos ot
their vouth caiTvin: a basiet.
(Joed mornini:. Mrs. Wilkin."
"Come in?" questioned Mrs. Wilkin,
with only half an invitation in Iter voice.
Tiie acceptance was only a half one
The little brown woman stepped in,
certain v, and poised herself on the
outer edrxe of a chair neatest the door
"1 called to see if you didn't want to
buy some knitted articles, or to engage
work of that sort." she bewail, in a dep
"Well. 1 don't." interposed Mrs.
"Wilkin, very positivelv. "I do all such
1 didn't know. Many ladies haven't
time, and I am glad to do it."
1 suppose so. but 1 consider it nn
huy to do all I can myself and set other
folks the eample. whether they follow
it or not." said Mrs. Wilkin, with a
hlijxhl gesture, like etnpty.ng her hands
of responsibility. "If 1 was going to
ie out work at all. it would lie some
hard job that would be a help to get
rid of. not the pek aud choice, little,
easy tilings that I call rest and not
work, but then. 1 ain't so particular as
.some, ami so I do all kinds myself."
A faint tlush crossed the visitor's thin
face. She was not quite sure that site
had been called indolent and advised to
v ... "virv .mo l .11 u .u 1IU1ICM llllii.
the worus onI had an uncomfortable
asound. so the lips kept their timid, gen
tle sin !e. though they trembled a liTtie
i?he heal tirs: one hand, in its thin cot
ton glove, and tiiea the oJ.er. to the
lire: moved tinea ly. glaiirvd down at
her feet with a dim thought that if they
Jiad always chosen the smoothest path
it had been rough enough to wear out
lir shoes much faster than she could
replace them, and then she arose to go.
Wasn't yon rather hard on her,
'Lizabeth?" asked Mr. Wilkin, with a
regretful glance towards the door as it
Mrs. Wilkin returned to her seat at
the breakfast table and surveyed him
over the coffee-pot
Hard on her? I oaly told her what
I do, and if that pricks her conscience
and makes her uncomfortable it's not
my fault. But you needn't worry; she
iust said good morning as sweet as ever.
She's one of the weak kind that can't
say their soul s their own. I wonder and to Mrs. Wilkin's const raat.on the
what such fools are good for? They'll order was obeved and she was a pr.s
never make the world anviotter. that's , oner.
sure. They haven't courage enough to ; Tip- bov left the o'her door li"htlv
he.p put down any evil, it it wrs right ajar as he re-entered. A g varito: liht
uuiici my riio;es tiiuv uoniy-tanti.tno
smile. J ne ver 's'nt of em provoke-!
me. I cons'der it mv duty to speak out
Hiien 1 see things ".o.ng so wrong.
,uim il1 " negiioornooti-peaceaose.
orderly place two year- ago, and now
i. ... !... T .T 1
tueie -, :t jhmv mui started auu all sorts
of vagabonds brought here to work in
it- If I'd i.ad mv way, they wouldn't
have come, and now thev fre here
enough, sna lined Mrs Wilkin .Jut "Xnu-Hm't he i .i........a.i u-:n i.:w .. 1 : . .,. .. :t. .
sonienody ougut to ke.-p a siiarp watch There were a few -imjde malh:natic
on 'em. I5.it teat s the trouble; there's 1 al problem, and then real ng. and the
so many mild, u, folks that want to words .,p -He I out dillicultv "bv -om-.
sit still and do tue Kn'tim work of life,
tj-at ti.vie's jirvc '.us few lei t to take
care of he good of .-ociely."
" I dont v. as tnu inill folks have
done an mischief yet, 'Li.b-th "
"Of eour-e vou don't ee. and 11 bdy
else -et-.x but I know there s something
going on. when the lower part of the
mill the old empty store-room back
there, it can't be seen from the -treet
is lighted up two or three nigli's every
week", said Mr Wilk.n. triumphantly.
"1 ve watch-d the twinkling through
the shutters tsht as they're .-hut, and
seen folks slippin' in through the door
too. Its time it was looked alter, and
I'll do my duty if nob dy else doe.
There may be a ang of thie.es or
counterfeiters .-tarting for all we know."
A siijmreaed giggle made Tim sud
denly cough anil put down his coffee
cup. "Timothy!" exclaimed his aunt,
severely, "if you can't drink eoSFee
without doiti' it -o fa-t that you choke
yourself, you'll hae to go without it
I'll do my best to bring j-ou up right,
whatever comes of it'"
bringing up Tim in the way he
should go was one of Mrs Wilkin's
strong points He was the son of her
n:eee, and 1'clinda had married 111 op
position to her aunt's advice. Mrs.
Wilkin protested and then wa-hed her
hands of the whole matter.
lint when the poor man wa o in
considerate a to die ami leave Ilelin la
with half 11 dozen children just when
she needed his help, Mrs. Wilkin's
opinion of his general "slnekne-s" was
enlied. The family were poor, of
course. She didn't i.eliev e in sending
many ihing.s self-dependence, was a
tlutv -but she otlered to lake T.m.
"Having the boy to raise m.ikes me
more careful about the morals of the
whole place," she said, returning to
her original subject, "anil :is tor there
be ng no thieves round here, I've
thought for sonie time that meat went
prettv last from our Miioke-hoiiM "
"Don't now' l,i." both, I -I'm sure no
one's stole any," said Mr. Wilkn. w.tli
a startled, uneasy look. "You couldn't
hae counted the hams and everv
"An, I don't count, but I can miss
'em for all that." aSlinned Mrs Wilkin,
deeidedh "I know there s more go
than we use."
"Auway. it's no dilierein-e I
wouldn't 'I.i'beth there a plenty, you
see. more t.ian we want." advise I M
Wilkin, urgently, but rather incoher
ently. Then lie caught up his hat and
started for the biru.
Mrs. Wilkin looked after him with
pity.ng disaptro al.
"When jou w more than you want
yourvlf, le.iw it bandy lor .somebody
to steal. Well, thvt's a new command
ment. I do declare." she said.
"Not so on-adful new. either. Aunt
'Li.'beth." iiiterpo-ed Tim. stoutly,
"cause the hi folks are told to lea-
some f their ham st so tue pour could
come and get it. 1 toad it injvli. only
it wasn't c.d.ed steabng then, and was
to be left sandier than all stowed awav
in Miio vc-hoits s '
"Timot .y." began Mrs. Wilkin Ihit
Tun suddenly remembered that the
cli ck -Ha were uaitng lor brvikiast
and choo-e to inlcrpict the evclama.ioti
as an admonit on in that ducction.
"Yes' m. I'm go ng to feed 'em right
away," lie ob-erwd. seizing a basket of
corn and darting through the door by
winch his uncle had depai ted.
In trutn it was not altogether easy to
mold Tim to the desired shaoe theie
was too much individuality about him
Incasing him .11 Mr-. Wilkin's code of
manner- was putting too large a bov
into too small a jaeket. he wa- alvvav-
bursting out at the elbow, or tear ng
oil" the uutton. Mrs. Wilkin sighed at
this new evidence of the number of
thing in t!i- world that neede 1 her at
tention, but Kngland ne."r expected
every man to do his duty mire stronly
than Mr.-. Wilkin expected to do hers.
That cloning the mysterious 1 ght
nppcared again m the store-room ot the
mill. She could plainly ee them, for
ist beyond herowu back gate an onen
tield sloped ilircctlv and steeply itovvn
to the build ng The road atlorded a
public ami more c rcuitou mode of
reaching it. hut from the hill top the
con-p cuou store-room was d re -tly in
range. Mr. Wilkin determined to
take a more thorough oo-ervation than
the kitchen winnow allowed, and
throwing Ja shawl over her head she
picked her way caivfullv down the icy
steps and crossed the yard to the gate.
The stiovvv lieid lav white and g.isten-
wig in wie mooiiiigiu aim sianuing in
the sheltering shadow of a post ahe
watched the door below.
Hefore she discovered any one enter
ing there, she heard sounds in another
dire ton steps m thevard ehmd her.
What if she should prove bevoud all
doubt that her meat was stolen and de
tect the thief J With that quick th Jiigh.
she turned lier head cautiously. Ye,
some one tried the stuoke-iiou-e door
and entered. Hreathiessly Mr. Wilkin
wasted until the liguro reappoare i.
pas ng along the shade of the hou-e
aud a- it emerged into the clear moon
light, she leaned eagerly forward to
catch a full sight of it. It was eagerly
recognized. Mr. Wilkin, beyond all
question, stealing meat from his own
The revelation was a-tounding. In
her aston shment she meant. ou-ly
loosed her hold on the gate-po-t. took
a step forward, and her feel slipped on
the treacherous ground. She s it down
violently, anil in an instant she was
speeding rapidly down the hill toward
her or 'inal point of investigation.
ror once tttepathof out) was smooth
before her -entirely
too s.u- oth and
She could not check or jruide her
progress: her feet struck with fore
against the mysterious door, pushed .t
open and she slid iuto a hall.
Th eves, gamblers or whoever they
were, she must not be discovered by
them. Hashed through Mrs. Wilkin's
mind more an instinct of self-preservation
than a thought and spr.nging
to her fcot. she slipped behind some
boes piled near her. The noise at
tracted attention, aud in a moment the
store-room was opened and a boy
"Guess it's only the door blew open;
don't catch good. ' he reported.
' Lock it then. James, and then bring
in the key,1' said a veic from within;
shone into the hall and
' scratch. nir of
room beyoni -a
anl a w-jmin's
ui cour.-e whle vou wor: in the mill
and can only study at 11 "ht you can' t
get along u-it as -ome do who go t
.school all day. bir what vou learrrmav
he of sonie u-e to vou. Wv
f,r tli,... ti.in.r.- - .... .. ....... 1,1.
were Jnble word.-.
"Chanty -uslereth Jong and is kind.
It vaunteth not it-df. Thinketh no
vil. Hearcth all thing-, believeth all
thing, hopeth all things."
It wa- easily understood. Mrs.
Wilkin leaned "forward a little, ami
could peep into the room. F.fteen or
twenty boys aud girl troui the in.Il
gathered into a night school. Thou
those wonderful word read so slowly
and emphatically, seemed stidden'y to
as-uine a new and deejiv meaning
than Mrs. Wilkin had ever thought of
their posse-sing. Some things do show
more clearly in the dark than in the
As the timid lit:..; woman, who would
have been frightened at the sound of
her own voice in any other audience
half so large, expla ned in her simple,
gentle way, the pa-sage read, it occur
red to the listener outside that some
one was keeping a "sharp watch" ou
those mil people, after all, and that
this might be a better way of doing it
than might be practiced by any police
force. It was s. very informal" school.
One girl had brought her best dress to
mend a rent in it, and another was try
ing to knit a pair of rnlttetis for her
brother. Kvcry winter has its thaw-.
Mr-. Wilkin ha 1 a heart down un ler
all the crust of opiuions that she hr.s
tened duty .she bee a me interested, de
spite her uu'omfortable sittia'ion.
Tiie pos.tion was unpleasant. She
did not like play.ng eavesdropper to
this innocent gathering, but there
seemed no help for it She could not
eseaoe through the locked door, and
boldly revealing her-clf and ep miiing
her ab-u.vl .-usp.e:oiis and the remark
able way in which she had come there
was more than ever her thought co i!d
endure. So -he kept her place, hoping
that when the pupils were di-m s-ed
she might slip out unuol ced. I'.ut when
the lesion hour wis oer they parted
so.. ly. by two and -ihrci-fr'i" 'opeii""
d .or HiJ41r'.'t liood of light out into
the halL-At last only one lingered,
and Nir1$YiIkin listened intently as -he
caught lib voice.
".Now, Tim." said the little knitting
woman, "I like to hare you conic, you
know tint, and I'll help'you all I can.
but you must tell your aunt about it.".
"Well, you see, I don't know what
she 11 sy " began Tim, irre-olutely.
"Hut that shouldn't hinder you from
do.ng your duty."
"Don't know about that," .-aid Tim,
still doubtful. "You see Aunt 'Liz'
hcth's got tut awful 'mount of duty of
her own. :ihd it's such n particular kind
that other folks can't get much chance
to do tiieinouly when hers is a-uap-pin'.
Vh Uncle Ketib gives my
mother lot-, of meat, but he just slips it
off ami dor 't tell."
"Well; if j you don't know what is
right forytt 1 know what is right for
inc." -:iid Iho little teacher, "with a
qu.et laugh,"and I can't let you come
again until on tell your aunt how you
spend our .jTenings."
Mr.s Wilk.u nodded a vigorous ap
ptovd. but itt was evident that Tim de
parted m'attate ol d.ssatisfact on.
I here vfas a sound of a crutch tap
ping ou t'lio .'lior, and Mrs. Wilkin re
ineiiniereil'. Unit a little lame brother
had sometimes gone about w.th the
kiiiu.ng-wbnian. 'Ihey two were left
a one m the room, and went around
shading out he lire and putting up
book and papers.
"(Jnlv ten clnts a week for each one
- that - n 1 littu," said the boyish touei.
"Yes. butit isn't so very much that I
can teach tkieiV' answered the little
woman, humbly.- "Ami then it's all
they can atFon to pay, jioor things.
Aud vou know wc bgan more for their
sake than oitrcwn. though we do need
the inoiicv. Ctrage, though oohuny!
It all c iints,rtiflyou shall have your
overcoat pretty goon now. Besides,
this is wjrk tfca'J "blesses both ways in
what we givo a well as what we get."
It she i ouhioitiy pas, that open door.
Mr.-. Uilktn vfas growing benumbed by
taud ng so lojr in the cold. Finally
the 1 gms were iVtinihshe 1 and the
two came out. ? .kst then, fortunately,
.lo.inny remebWeil they had left "a
book behind thm; and :is" they turned
hack the prison seized her oppor
tunity and escape!.'
She vvxs .sitting jone by the tire when
'I i m. who had itado liis homeward
route suihcientlj dbeu'.tou- to include a
call on his mother.f returned. He sat
down near her, ta.
ed his lingers un-
easiiv. ami .ir.s. ni
ciu jrue-sed what
wa co in ui";.
Jheie's tjeea an
hu I undcrstan
"Why. I thought-
venin' school here,
ceiran Tim with
wide open eye, and then checked him
selt with a sudden rctieotion Hi: it
might no: be well to ree.i.l t..e convr-
sat.ou of the moriiing I d like to fJ
to ic tnat is. 1 have been once oj
twice, ne sato. -i-act .. .uut I.ira-f
ii l. ,-?,.... ..... 1.-...1 .i...... ..... '
...i. mui.., i t ii.ii iiwkiii tiiv river
before ou took me. theie wan't any
sch ol for me :o go to. and 0 I'm bt
mini other feller. M:? KeUey -be
make.- 'nthmotie o plain and help- ire
with wr.tm aud -o
"Yoii might do wor-e." aid Mr.
Wilk.n brie.y "Go ,i -ou wau: tx
Only one th r.. T.m Jthy tone. '1
won't have any len-veat ihijcicjs abcot
it. Honest iioncst. and it's wo:th
iuor n ten cents a week to teach vju
atr.ti.ng. as I know." " f
Tim forgot to be astonished a; iis
aunts knowledge, and ovvi looked 'Jie
ref ecttv n upon tiiniseii ,n the pie.isire
of expres-iag a de-ire that he had vutr
ished sev.t'et.y but hopeleslv. j
ose wouiun ; tae any mor- ?av
'cause she'd want to -erveall alike, but
oh. Aunt Liz'beih. if I could jtistfive
her and .Johnny something c.ceffor
" Humph! I'll thinK about it,' not
l SnnrrtVinrrlr 1
ouslv, the next morning. ! worfdn't '
ay nothm to anbodv about Upeves
or watchin' them mill folks, if i was
"I don't mean to." replied hif wife,
with an odd pucker abont her lij.
Well. I'm glad of it I reallt am."
said Mr. Wilkin, in a tone of grtat re-
lief. I don't thintr nnvKnHr nix tn
anytumg. and somehow it seenu to me
as if our duty nowadays is a goid deal
--.. .. w..w
voice: ji -our.i; l wondertuili nke tlint U .' n - ,
- -,.. . .w i.'.' .. ..t. .ji. liil.ukfx zi:iri in" ne.r ini- iirifir lii?l i
like it was wavn em Irjvii.e- took
lencho only y j marching a"iin-t
the bit of wall thtt's right in front 0
u. and lettm' ouriVigirs tae care
of wi -t -. jn f-o: :if : .-m. It -.or: oi
J 5e-ta that a. 1.'::."
I Mr-. W.ik n del not answer, but she
'. ik he, ivn.e tl'nt -fiun? iraen Mr
1. t.tlr-r.1.0 r i ri'i'iir-il IC..
. . . - .
hnd.t d like a chaige of meal aa well a-
other folk.-." .V. y. JionU
A nl.JTt Whlrh I! . rn Jrfly ;-lrr'-il
in lh- rut-il st.te.
Oppo-.tion f 'nccn it'nn ha- various
foundation-, ou? none at one- -o mis
chievous in it- tilects and -o reprehen
sible m it.- urign a- th.it set forth in the
following extracts from acknowledged
author.tie- on the sub.crt "What s
I called vacctna'in is. in a vast number
of person- m tie United State- and there-!
of the word, only -o in name and
not in reality." say Kl 3ha Harr s. "All
per-ons amateur-, druggist-, old wom
en, m dwives itc are allowed to vac
cinate in any way they thing proper,
and the pernors operated on are eoiK-id
ered vacc uaj'd." -ay Mr. Mar-on.
sjieaking of accination in KngiatuL
"Medical inei are found to vary ex
ceedingly in their estimate of a satis
factory VACcite vesicle and cicatrix, or
the reverse, f-ir their .standard is com
parative rather than absolute." "This
is exactly what ruig.it have been ex
pected." say. Aitkin, "seeing that med
ical students are left to p.ck up their
knowledge of vaccination where they
In tact, practical medical educa-
turn at our schools of medicine has
hitherto, or until very recently, been
ent.rely nil m regard to this most im
portant siibect. and no tot of knowl
edge has ever been applied " Dr. Hen
ry A. Martin, who ha- de.o'ed a life
timo to .ins ,-ub ect. say- "My
belief has very long been that in no
country ha- vaccination been carr ed on
le- sat sfactorily than n the United
Mates. X'jt so tar as the peicentage
vac mii ii a tee, for in the older States
that is un Jonbtedly large, but in the
character f the vaccinal on done.
When we reflect thai even in our
most prcvnt.ou- medical college v:e
cination wis not till lately t:io.ight
woith tea lung, and the prote - on of
the peop e hail to b d m hy men woo
ha t neve learn, d what a p rfect av
cine ves c e wa. it ia iiaruiv tjr Oe woi
derei wtt'uU :tfCln"al!o:i lii
has been done very badlv."
has been done very badlv." And nnffiouM till in au I be dr..w n. d a a;- ' '- "ol- ' " ' u'Ir,," nfv'"
of the latest writer, on that .sUOi Mm, t 'o u-spirit- prudeiiih and fail j "'-" '"'""P-w than tni-r fnth.-r' I
W A. Hardaway, M. I)., in "The ELTl the attempt to cross m thai uav uouM 'l"1 u,.,at '" , -':! for h,,n & ' (,,t
sentials of Vaccination." mivs: "fSJ aha.d.ue,l th.-rc would b no i.tti- "m :. It will out them to sleep.
doubt if there-is a civilized land where
less is known of the theory and i.nietiee
of vacc;nation than in America ' hi a ins pr.ideut i dctniciive to sue i iMnl-foot-note
he adds: "The -.ub'ecl is titlidc- as pn-cludcs the po b.liiv ot
criminally neglected in our medical
schools. ' and. being hini-olf a profe-
sor in a leading medical college, it
must be admitted that he speaks ex
cfitfiednt. During tlio late epidemic the
State Hoard of Health reported that it
w.is noUirious that many otherwise
competent and Miccssful physicians
weie practically ignorant of many ol
the most important details of the'vac -
cinal poces. "Much of the alleged
worthlcssness of virus was due to this
Ignorance, ami many cases of compli-
catiom woulil doubtles have been .sue-
ce.sful!y avoided had the operator pos-1
";esed the necessary knowledge aud
'practical experience." '
From the foregoing the deduction is
obvious that the charge
of failure of
u protection asr:t nat
" . - . J . -
tion with as few drawbacks and objec
tiors as d.d their operat ons. It is
therefore the duty of medical pre eptprs
anu teai hers to give the proper amount
of ptactical instruction concerning vac
cinition to their .students, and of Itidi
vidnal pract'tioncrs to invest the opera
tioi with the importune" and dignity to
wl ich the truii5con lent value of itare
su'is entitles iL Chicago Sews.
Oat of th Unprilnabl Mlatak Com
mlttait by thr Crrat l'rlim. Donna.
hA German paper teilg a good story of
h)w Patti made a miatake In Paris some
She was called upon at a private en
tertainmeut, to which sh" had been in
ted. to sing a couple of songs- She
did so. and the company overwhelmed
ler with praise.
Next morning the gentleman who had
fiven the entertainment sent her a
magnificent pair of diamond ear-rin"s.
Il'hev were worth not less than e at
The prima donna expressed her
itnanks in a DOt for the present, but she
vuuunj ii, i. uv; IV. l.c liucuti Hl.k !UC
added a postscript to the effect that he
ha-I omitted to inclose her three thou
sand francs, which was her regular
price lor singing at private entertain
ments. The gentleman was very much
hocked, but he got even with her neat-
He went to a eweier and bought
pother pair of ear-r.ngs for eighty
He sent his servant to the diva
with-iese cheap ear-rings and a check
for the amount she claimed. The ser
Mv tuaer rec-ived your note this
raorn.ng. ai he finds yonr demand
P'T.'eetly reasonable. "Here is a
check for .t,He also sends you
a pair of e:ir-r?j. but those which
I lett here res erdayi-rere intended for
another er.-on Tb'qL were sent von
by m -take. Will you Wjr the kfnd
ne o return them and "eSfcJook the
x .ii.ii -.i, Tfifi n: i.-tt i.n nirvAiiu
!.. ... i-. . ,. i . t -r
a iux ftat. W.;h i face a rrnj xs 'Wf
she retumeil th- magn'rien' d.amond.
bat she -tgj,iil ea:lv a the, r.zftt
put them unde- hi- arm and wen o3
with them. H J- JUL. '
Production of Plants.
In some investigations made
view to determining the cond
dtr wh!cb raale or feraale
are produced in the case o
plants. Dr. HotTman has found that ia
most, if cot all the cases be examined,
dense sowing increases the proportion
of the male nlants produced- and this
results from an insufiiJent supply of
nutriment. As a renersJ Imw th- rrw
duction of male Dlants is nmmotrd k 1
th nrant nf in ai4un... n-1 I
adeonatii nnnlr rt
food when in an embrroaai coaditii
... ,. BUEuu.c buuuii us
. ., .' ..-..-....- -.-, .......j .....-.. u.iivn ain . uiimnv oi iim mji.i. iias imm-ii iiiaKing soul.' eai- nhtO"taid lt i the wjfi.Jmie that
to tins measure a i due to ignorance ardent j,.nu is intemjierance. w to I clatiotis on the rcu.l cost to cons,,,,,. ! Ll' aelo . co Ui 11",.
and unreaoiiiug preititllce. have grovvn ' drink .-HJiodita'lv as of'.-n -is div- ami c i . , , , - no iaio on ir.e
out of a cilpable negl ct of the-en- I tin,e)Si ":,-. ,,,' v f n, sU-inp - i '' "f wl,,ky a,M' U"'r ,n ,J' - COM,,lnr- B,,J-1,;n "V th"r hn,ul' tfHnf"
tials of vaccination, for which the n.ed- tion :ind opportun.tv'is mteuip.nu.ce. ' wh rh :ir" n ur hnX ,l' ' , 'm "' ', V IM,:ntor!m, Kr,,w
ical profession and medical teachers ani ! It may not be for any one tn,,!. the in- m:i,!" h - huuitlc" of whieh St ! " , . ' .. ark ;:r,',!,, whrn tranv
prin nrily, and still wry largely, re- temimrince of an.m.if or mental excite- ) c-.k -o fre.pientlv. It nv that " I 'u'l ?" "ITI !'r' . ii
sponsible Wherever vaccination is , men't.Jbut it ,s an innovaton upon the careful canvass of the fact- reganl i , J JC- . v i,3mSu
i.ow as skill ully and intelligently per-, sv,te,n atid the l,.gmning of a hab.t , to wh k -warrants the .ii.-Ih.h.i. ! J,ho ,iVrr i?t "r
feniAfd and juiuervied as it was bv .,..Mnn,, r,.ii - i .i.... . :.. ... ., .jpnu o i. irr norr lenue.i to trraI.
oiiio I.iv.v irtfl 4s. iihh.Ii if fl.. l..i.it i .I..:i.J a. . ... . i ,.. .
i i i ' i- . i ' "........".. f;'-i.n.-o.- .ie. inn. in.- av.-i.ige price i aio ov me con- a,d M hard v over fntnl It I. f.r
. lemer and h.s immediate co-workers, and wi not be pur-ued by one hundrc I , muhit is about ..vi per gabon 1 hh 0 reason that in aU ,i.fe. Jo , ! J I
itMcuroas great a degree of protec- men vf'.tliout iroilticm.' manv drunk. ' fo..t, ..,. ,,,,1 ..!r. .... .j -... . n . al ,ri " '"' u iba-
A DEATH TRAMP.
-r tnMcti. trarrj. m t-V- tlruakanJ af
M.nle..?-iw.T. l. .
ILe jfi'ijr. tfce t t -ti ttw
W an i&ecu.
i la Itii nutiwf U o n
tu u.x a tMocwt: 1 u. &.tk r orv
V bt mv taUe UWt cuam st toit.
rmtaj. tr-ijj tnmn to a intulnt' ikxnn.
tiT.-r tft. thi.jrhw lore aiwl Iuhmt
I a. 1 '. ."M-. K ... 1. H.1 T1..V . . a.-
. " -" - - - -'
' !. or wiiv ad ckuA.
JvvrlbM rslipur !inr-iC-utou
itethrvvi. aiirt MMtl iatxr ttjl.
Trstnj. irantt :ram;. ua UmnV&rv! srraia
J Cover 'h- ! n...-a Jlfeel hwh- -W
b 1S tlv -i- r t t.rl-.t d md mv
V.-t a iuiurv -1t .... itanp
t.xt 1 elf u .l. ilr" a rrM. 10 l-ar
,nl irv t.. l. f. r . m .'hit tinsnr
1 fii l .!. u- :r-tu.il. t'H tin iii mkl w.ijrcr
Slij. c..l uimt tluv it. the v ilor ni;'
! Ifciry T. iwvji
Ilitrart from . -w.r,,, lnirniirr.iir"-,
lirlltr-rtsl ljr l. iu.ll) Iti'orlirr. 1 . !.. .11
There -hould ? e landed through
the (oc.miiii ly an all pervnd ng -e:-e
of the danger thc-e is of fitihng into
th s in. Infemperanct; l n disviLs.. :l.-,
well as a crime, und w. r- am other U
ease a- contagion, of as marked svnin-
tom.s and a- morta'. to pervade the
land, it would cretl univen-al con
ttrnatiou: tor the plague i scarcely
more cont:gous or dead! v. and vet we
tiling. fearles-h with the di-ca-.-d. and
in -l tc of admonition we bnn. i?j I
our dwil.mg, the contagion, apph it
to the li;i, and nceiTe it into "the
. ...... ...... .....v .. ,, i.i.4 .it.tiik tn:
i i.riii&' iriir rmieit . ktii .!.. ti
... I... t i. .i
pnii.etit ue of anient p r.t,, jUi u,.
' .. . . . I ' k '
might as well s; cak of the pnnb nt u-
ot the plague -of lire handed
teri..ti- poi-on w II nil upon the vtem
and thiv fangs ,f the erpar t w.ll in
... - .
liict .l.-ath. "fh. re i- no prudent u-e
aid.nt -pru-. but wh-n it .-o.-cdw.s
All whv icceive it into the
.sy-t. in are not destroyed by it. Km if
ailV t.-evi l' '. Were "... Mil siifwill. t.i ?i
nuinv :-.s iJie u-e of ardent p r t- pr.m
detnn t ve. it would be bani-h.-l troin
t.e t.,ble it would not be pnnhnt to
Use t at all
If m attemj t.ng to cro
fi-ir.vcr up"ti an ebistie iMam as m
.lent t t that mod. of . p.- n- Th-
eVWt ,.t ..it, tm.r i nl..7.. .......
prudence n the u-o of ,t. hen u. con
ider, tl dec. .tf til natiro of tin s n.
and it irresistible power wh-n it has
outlined an acetidencv. no man can
usk it prudently, or w" th .tit mocking ,
(,( dm pray wn.Ie he use, it. "lead us i
no( into tetiljitati n ' There i no in- ;
cecity for us.ng it at all. and that it i
prelum p'uou to do -o. j
, A Wakeful recollec'ton .should If
imliiMa u.d of the dis'inctiou between
inter ipernnce an I druti.en:ie-,. .--olun.'
' as men -uppo-e that there is ne.thcr
, crime nor damrer in drlnkin-'. slw.rt i.f
what tin v denominate drunk, nne
theyhvill i:ist nlT fear and move on wan
to fuiti bv a -ib'tit. eerta u cour... urn
. r-- - "-
. dchttuct.on come upon the
ran lnot ecape. It should
' ran 'atot e-cipe. It -hould I e know I,
III. aui IIICV
: tin nuon- ml mltnittnl i!iit t.. ?r ..L
Take up Ihi'daily paper and read the
reporu of tka&itt. iigi. 'ubb.n-. -hoot-'
mgs. noU. iufiu... w,f -U.ai.ngs aud
nil tlti rs.l.ia Ca.fnA;n. nf . i
'. . t S"'-"'H" " lWTan
.ooi oruer, way ninety jwr CTil. oi lni
sum total will fc' found to If occasioned
directly by rinal
Go throui, fyour pKr-hones and
vou will find) llat ninety per cent- of
the inmate ert brought'there directly
bv rum. t
GothrougUyotir jasls and tnt:cntia-
r.cs and ou yril J ml that mactv jwr
cent, of the cnfltfnai, were made -o di-
Ixkjic over tl lit or execnUon for
mnrder and ro w t nd that ami tv
! percent, of the fitIfo-t .egilovvswa"
lurnuiiwi mnTJi ov n.m.
Make inquiry a tot e can? of .-epa-'
rrxons of husri an I wive-, and dr..
mrstic tronlSe.4 J.r . and yon will ,
hud that ninety m c- .. ot it "all may
be chargel dirit
ixran the corgi
matter, the ca
n in governmental
of m il-admiui-ira-
N : oas aad all th-t
t,. .n government. '
itsnerm n-cg 41
Sftt will r ni.
n netv ler cent.
of it ss chari
't to rnm
. - ,,'z Drmai- '
it". ,0'ilfS ei:garr. rr.iae am! cor-
l 1 ."- " I .. r . . .
, r.iji.iw. in you w.11 twi tnat, more
j than n:nty j-r o-nt of the awftd
aggregate may te cbarged d.reetlv to .
tne Z00 e2ect of education: it w the
?ae weapon which tae lcvil vneldi that 1
M :rrtf st-; the one agency that
?Ua(is ia opposition to everything that
" ocd and ? evcrv thing that m
. It rs death to the fansfr. to Lusi-
Cei society, to government, and to
LLiO school and the rhnrrh It r,rr
wa fstr than all the agencies for
- - -.j
llftltIV nriiillill nlllimc- l.i.vv.L.r f " ""' .".i b-iiw ,n .-ii ii tlilil
po son taketi prtidet.tiveverv dav -or ""T " l T flTW ,UV 'f,' JS
of v. p. r and M-rpent intru.lup.ni pru- ""1 J""""" u Mich a place as this'" -SK nd bread .-nimb. and try uaUl
dentil int. our dwellmg,. to J,d, , 'M-t'W loin "J'-- hr.. In., mu- poUUm
alH.ut'.is a ,tfr of courtesy :ovi-uors. ' ," H ''; l" i".pnprr wher i.jcl. ma-.h.l and arraaK on a nlco
and o: amu-emeut to our chd.ir. ... mv l,i,nnd -,." d ,-or Mary plMter and nrv th. mt cl t.
l.rn or last. sp.te of vour pru- j " U U',l ' ' i "l tg.-.hr. let ik,uum Have a brwwu ,auac U
.. .i ' i.. .-..,' . . no man iHtt .ii!iiler ' -nd to talur with thrm. mKhi (tlmhr.
oence, uie c. magion vv ni.iKc wieiii'al .. . ' , , , ,. ....
.,,.!. u.!i i . i ti... ...; ,i... .i..i.. b.' took up the 'la .,f -t.lnt which uljrnt Diimnho -. Iak a pan of
!-. at. " . iFit ill' kill i
.,. j " - " ' " r---' ."'-. hihn. mn pays o.aa .ui on a tree
if 1.1 t , , ', ' r . n'lin "'" ,:f",', l-r ' cirruJat.on of air In t. e , , lH,n
.i, .W 'T'r ' th,'r'1f"r(- " ;r,rl ht'ti'1 Applving the same comparMonj An itiTe,e,ting llluvratwL of tha
the Haahad. to marfw the -pot where as lWore. we see that this amount, to ,, thing I turn I hySii." r.lr.
th druukanl .be It ,u.t be plaiit.nl i something like a dollar p.-r week ,r ,rnted l)r KrhirUon .. Kn!aifeJ!
at the entrance of his cur ... proclaim-1 eai h adult male i the r,t.d State, of hl)Ij, that the vagraM c a ln
mg in vvvbig capias "1 h.s : the way ; A.er:ca. I h s is for whiskv alone Al ,,...,. Unl antwh.reaid
to dcatlillV Over the whole terntorv low ng the very moderate a..,., of food any..or. rare'v rnlra.-t ronta
of "prtHlett ue " ,t must wave and ' eighte-n dollars p-r barr.-l a the av-r- ,,,. ,,,.. , an., tUr ' ZlrPy
warn, tar if we can not -top men in age price paid by the bow at retail, we tl,..m. ;id that. too. though thr r
Uio begin T4ig. we can not separate le- have a further total of -G.i' .) for ...t., anii OIU,ri .-,.,,,,,. '.il(nt,
tween tlfat.nd the end He who let, . , r ,,t i ,.,,, the conn-1 l?,t ''he io r't TlXnl
ardent spirit- a'one before it i- m.-ddled try each vear " I 'tit the two together. Th .J.,,,, nT romarkablT fr ?mm
f!tK.l!3 1' ?.? T m ' art '''"i "mUt iT''"vi!lU' , .;-- -Inallpox. though l.tth. protnrtn.1 br
ll i rl 1 i ,M', al "WV w:,age of our people The Tnhun vaccination Ob -Mom find, anion J
for med.:dp,3rpo-es only It -hould ad.Uanoti.Tit.-m that of lobars, ', iht-m dia., of a armfuluu. aaiurrT
bclaljeicaivye abel laudanum an, all its form,, winch h-long, to the aamn I)r IWhanUon c-mrludr, that ;orty
2?Z2t ile n0t" hr;mUn n1' T"" ''f " 'Uutr- Tl" - - in it-lf ha. nothing to do wlAhe VZ
fMuch contans it pi.. , hould study these hgure and com ,. ,,at frLh tr .. thr on mjht,
WHAT RUrATr7ntHr l;r"!""n,!- r-ib ... tin rnorrnou? duxnft,nt. and that luxury and irtiL
WMA, RUM IS DOING. dram -ijr, th- reourr. of the laU.r , ty of jKipulation are thr two bad .pirlu
Th on Atacr That stnd. I.. ;,,h..i. nm' i,!,m, ui unr V"V, And then Wl,jcb vt)Xl ur u? lht tf. rat ph ncal
tion t. P..7 thine Th-: i. cs.Mi . xi---niIit anot'.-r -.(.. ..mm, 4,0f huraaoiU )wtUCs tbtpanion.
rn Ktrrythinc Tlut I :it. I w " 1" to be rai-'d to pav the pub- .
Wlin . 1. . -- ' . ' --- -- - --r
' - s rnm . tma nmi rrtx.. !.. :. jt . "- i rv mv . - . -1 r
"'" - "" -.i-jo m. . unuer- OD-cene ana irnpurv Iit;r3ture. Iziii --" -v uv - v pra-jsa unrrm m
ition un- min.ng human.tv. it ts the one int!um- ws. ls.rr-.K w-,- ,i f C- .-fi.,. ,. ' a maa to to rcand oacw dar with a
individuais ' that makes the "work of the church of . Mis Lccv J. Uolnu. Sxunasl s..rr?. wheelbarrow to colleci ihrtm a: hwt
f diacions ava.1; it U the one agenev that kills ' intend-nt'of thai lis. iA rfnrm Vn.1 .edioa sd laicrout twctaW.
T"i err :t enm' and pjtirrni ut In
pr'prt q a tln arv lU.ir bop.
i fh rv s corruption n po!nKrTacUy in . , botaaiml jarda ha h?n rub
io. orlt.a Jo V .ira uat of rum ron- Hh! bv th Unitfr.tr oi Shmkx.
- t Th rif. with U lr n V of
! riw ho. ar i4c'd-l aal tax-n!-
.stj! roiitJ hg Uif i- th. ctntatrr.
h kieh U :rtK fnw it !ron.iuiai: rndti
eiiee. Tmt' rum u uU" rn ar
duuoil BJd a mia-purc a-l vW i
sTer yrt rct for a oihI obiet.
V," th thc-e gbavlT fart trag ct
nrr do-nt mn m th fncr. w-y aru
aVed to Jet rnm aioo. It t uith ram
a is .v. with lavrrr. it - th oa
thiair :aat most not l UtncitnL lt
rtgn: to go oj dimrhiRff iwn al
lrt and tiVno-a uaag th iv()r 1 smi:
cot I- qs;.otni. .: rich: Jo ktl
nie. to vvivck t ov. ami ruin girl-ii"t
no be tojchMl lWr H fanalr
in tb- l'atti State thAt bj a -t thi
ilnagcr con-Utntly hTiB over iu
TiWrr art tndhoa dollar ta-v Jfl ta
a bo-int- th" proht nl v UtVh W)eDd
ti-a : aumlx'r ui b that cwa U
m al naaiitliv 'ITm ra: aaactid
structitr s lm-ed npvn th ruin of men.
l"he mure dntnkanl thi .atersi can
make the grruter tt profit, and a
there is no limit to htituun cu:hI tv.
there i no 1 mil to it. etlort in thi di
rection. J&cd UUuit.
HOW SHE CURED HIM.
Mr. Trru.ilrlf. llr.t n.l j.t lk-t tattlir
"What Lr ng yoa here Mary'" sahl
Treus.Jcll to his vw.fc, a. he vnler-d the
-1' v,r-v l,?',-oni- at home, and
y'r buiae m-!1oui allow um to k
j there." replied the meek 1ml rco!ut
"Tn nil. th, n. i. no i fitiir.ntiv
I ki! niir nnit f tun i.m mJ iv.nt. !n
. - - - . -- -v - v.ja , -- t - V
1 me. 1 mii.i i-..irv.. tn V...I I i..i. n s.,i
i ri 1 1. -.,-.. ... r ........'.. . .. ..I. .
" "u K"T,,r ,,,M- J"1 )om.l out lor
I... 1 !.....!
iinr riM.ii .b.i
of "' m' - K'og to drit:
a'lh!,t ":thI "". " ut..:u
-v by not? Vou jjy yon drink U
forget -orrovv. and MiKlv 1 have or
roU." . ,u ,or-" l
I ". "m14"' """. " no gmng
loll. Ov lllt .'. 1U. ...- i. .. j
Tom. as she wa pa-ine- th. kIm. ol
, , , r r
j l.ipior to them
ii v not.-
' !l"" ,"'- w Wt that iIih are inJ.I
and hungry. lirnk. my children tht
is tire, and bed. and find, and o'hiug
hnnk: vou -echow much good .t !o.-
vour father "
Wi.h seein'ng relin t nice. Mary suf
fered her liti-band to lead h'-r Ikhii.
and that n.ght he pr-y.nl lung and
fervently fiat (o.d would help huu tc
brcsk an vil habit and keep a newly-
lortneii nut f nn resolution.
His reformation wu t!uirngli. audi
r- Treu,de.l is now one jf the h.t-
est of v men. und remeinl..rs witha
me'ancholv t.leasure her llrt and Int
visit t i the dram-shop. .ttnn$l M'. t
T. l llulUtn.
WORSE THAN WASTED.
Th- it.-i.iit r...t , ..ii.iiiinr ..r vviii.h
tl.lll llfiT 111 tlir. IiiI.m.I S.i....
' l" '.:- Tnl-unr. though not
uhiiuIIv in-n to IMitMTnrM ctf t H
Uv nn'J l,nia!,, T4' S rrm" an1 '
ffJT'f T' wi r"'W " i
all c..ndered we -hould e arMt foi
.. ..fl!: ... . J u t
-.. mr.ni.-..r,r- irfmnrton-
wate of money, w th lh still morr J
attend. ng evils. Chxoatja
It i not every tmntsf-r who would oul OI u,)aP,1Jon hi 'X hm --p-o'Jir
to puv the var rbic eXT-.n- ' r3-?Ij" 'r"i ol adnc. aad It
of a wboU .. l-:n..i,n,i .u,.. v...
that is wlmt i!ev Jnmri It f r" ,w ...
v ,. . (. , ; .
- Now II tain. ( onn.. U ,ut r. -ported t
"Aw war . oa alt n.i.tion. II the
JH - opU of New Itritahi. he said, would
fc - " dnaktag for nn yenr. and give
"" " "n-j. e wwnu iwiy ail tn
J -fc' -r them. mrltiiUnv tret.
wr. tcr. i.olje?. ga awl ij,srircit
charge. He w:d uo pay th.- -ch.ol
' &;& g tin? iati- ui the tch-
. . - -
er. and tmiblioir a n-ir hi'H-.Wil
1JW nt: ui a n-w hot. for tit Young
-' br.i.s .V-.-ocjalioa. Sxl he
wsW pay oJ toe who!-of th- c.ty in-
deiswsda - s i$2.WJ). aa Utr' in a
.ret 01 dor :o evcrv rwor faitT.
and a .ni; of cloth
t ..... m .. -
So fT-'rv n--dr
... - . . , . - . '
'vl1 ,a w- r iwjw . or
'!1 !'. tmt at LtMt adrjor the est-
a" - - acceptoil . -a. .1. Jiitttx.
The .ew H3mr.aire I-uLiiisrj hn
the heartv co-optration of th- W. C T-
1. The Legislature has ako p.u4il q
act prohib;tmg the sale of cigarettes or
tobacco in any of iu form, to aay
minor ncder sixtrcn rear cf ac after
Ldnir forbidden br a oarrat or f--ni.
iaa. Tec.?, with 'the Slectifj-Tenner-'
Trw-mrfT.n tw mw ? -: i
menta for the csfldrea of the Graaiu
Stau. SuJiorM W. G T. U. Bulkti
-. mv,..vm .-. ig .. iuva
iiiiiJ ;x. i;- iv iin.n.rwrinf 'n ami
HOMt, FARM ANO OARDSM.
, The bii MirJ-xor io: pfXilXTJ
,.,-.1, i- wlrt? fnrjj ,i,,,(WHr.
It i oU.ntni tfc-at U qUaIltT of
;r i impruti by tx-.,x ztwa up-m
To rnwTc wrt and tca apply
aitw rom.ta a olln a -oi,nijat
ti- a $ ly. and lkr dl l goo
ae lid Uf Mr-M4 L
A forrr-plnt mt th" Xfec -'
ani yxnmr rlat- r where
henry applkatoon ! V p-
?i tr- pwoai-d mt blight ftd
grraUv improir-J tfcc .)ia-: s
-A torf.ad., Ht th CScwntrv
fm'ft a h iVrcl thr i
no 4xaxr uf amwth.? x-fKirgu
utth maaar He apv! a iWary !
of raaaun- virr fail. Ai Ka iarjfily
tncma-! jik- Ur And y .t : crop.
Iai d Kgr N-arlT all frxtnj.
pan with ttiiiaj wtr Add a Ittth -.4t
a ad inf-ar lH-at "XS at a umn
Into ct saucvr ip Ion thU upon
urfar ot '.r Ui 'vrtv tkr-
m-autsAs tat.r up with prforic4 fcim
nier. Iny carrfuMy upon btil.rrl too.t.
Kor milk evr in v. a now
rctnetJy i one and a hlf kit ot frrh
lanl svad iMi-Ualf pint krteap oil. tu
bv givra n mdk. Th lard rt
qu re to W tnctrd. aftr vtiVfh tSo oil
l to te ti-re-t tn. 1 h. snake a du
and it houW be repatl in lo hour.
It I claimed thnt tw, d. - have
wnuht a t!tfct cur la rnou oxct.
Crtnrxt t nrmer
Ktt'Oofcuit? cwd ine-it Takt nv
vt.l .......... .....I -I .. ...... ..1..1. .. . !. .
nun Miiii. .lie. i.mi inn' i-ii;u.ii i m
; . ... , ,. . , ,
niint.lV it fnttl lw.Jn.1 f.it a t fvttrV tit!
i ' ---. -.-- w r s9 -
in lu or together er- tlifc S'von with
.ll neitiier .snd a. .iune4e nf titiinn Inliro
i i i - i - - j
I a.l.j . . . - - !...
nic. n-ni rim i,i an- teauv ivr im
oven, and when jou put vour jwtatoo
on for dinner, put lh boeut u th
'trtalner over the jMtitoi' ilhe aUT
must bit bo ling) thy will bo dono
in half .in hour crveil while hot llh
wrten.l cr. am. la.itnwl .th nut
meg. 1U un ind do uoi cut thom.
Imt irar tl.etn open vv ith -; f..rk. lr-aiti
trab.rrle. r any kind f taw.i!
frii.t. are vorv nice with lhm. Th
AIR AND SUNSHINE.
Tlitr IM.mriHriitiK r.,M.r Mtclitlr Than
ItrilC or t'liariltlt.
The ditn'"ctljj povvn of froely olr
eulaling pure air I- now fully r.ich
nted by aanltnrian. '1 lm emr.l of It
la. in part, the rapid d iTuion of thu
morb.d partu le., tint- greatl diluting
them, as tttineml ponoti may lw rn
dered h.rwJe hy d.lutlou. o cTfat
Is tin dill'iMive tendenev. nrtlitg with
the ontuit ctruiilatioti of the air In
t r '. that, though every vari-
H-v "f i:ir't,1 .' and iulaiii U In
r,":i,,l,v 'htovvn Into tb" air of our
Jaro c tie, no iitiiriic. can bt .
teeted by aitalvi lx.tweiu the air of
the 'attr and the air of our rural dU
tnet Hut another ettdanatorv fact U the
J artudl diitife- ting powar of iMUhlue
i ami oxygen It tlm luhnled oxygen
that chatigri the dark. Jtntuirr veii.ni
It . ...... .. ... .... . ...
'" - P ,car..u oioou or tnr
. .. " v. .... . r-. .
llftlltfl fllflf rVav ... u.'.u.f..l
-' f ' t - p riiiri iiii
STALL THE CATTi r
.Vn animsi can fitrht and rat at th-
am- time All crowding at f Urn
, should t AToid'd. Tre dc-im U nU-i
; Um1 i about tb only thing that tm11
' rnak ordinary co tight Krp th-m
ja'1 t remark that ?rrr rrowa
animal on the farm should hare it o
Uait and all the hand fading Jt
Mr ouW doop n th ,.
Manv frmer think it too much IrwbT
to nt th" cattle tin Fi-rr Lau tW
are fcl. Thi U a rautake " full tml-
wz not only th wxt- of fol
th: I Iot. tratnnl-rd down 31 mM-d
OTr. aad nt'jttrntiT r'u icK
f - i in th lot. bat ft srt fighUsg and
pr - TeaU the -trtsg-r from grttifl th?
1 oa harr Stall or- htn m.U. ti,,rr
srnU aad -r,ng- thm d rectlr nai
the cinn vbratKa of the "man !a
charge. . taat aaj mjarr. ickn or
othr JrouW? BOttcJ. aad .! tivry
DvrU handl.ng In anr wit ihrr rn
rrau ly s? gotra nod ot Th rxvat
... ..y ."
pomi. sojrTr. is t4..og rattie i taw
aormo aTixig of maaarn. ThU
t. - . ... . r- .
aion vnu zar zcocr taaa pay ior ait t&
uonxle that U crcr lakea ia paUiajj h.
; srut anri cicasing op adtrr theas.
TS .J .,- .t . I. ' . ...
The dropping, that fail ta thr tflim
rtVx'rKiK mot lira thaa ta dta
- of a Ublc- If it raim. k thw
a r01, mac tfc fmnt
w-sd wJ or dried wm. tkU Uat
??w tiwJ9 -'-I partol itsro. TVtw,
H -orbrmt fe kwC ia th UbI. m
l . l w-t t h eieaaeit M
aBt tww t
tin timea a weak, aad
auMt l the ralaahla part W ta riaii
mt4. By all aaaaa ttoll ta. eaUa-
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