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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.!
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
BED CLOUD. - - - NEBRASKA-;
Oh. the flr'n a riser early
Ami lie makes the sleeper surly
With hi lays:
JIe is very, xcry fresh,
jliid lie hu uu ec lor llcsb
lie' a most persistent fellow
Im the tiy:
Ton miiy hick the bedstead mellow.
Or may try.
Tint )ou can not friirhten him;
JIe U return with greater vim
IJy ami by.
IVell he knocF a perfect sleeping
Jtwl he know-,, when he is creeping.
lb your rasre, hut Mill he jroea
O er the tlcsh that you expose, S3
Ami through rents.
IT he thought that you could strike him
With jour tl-jt.
Or it ion were up just like him.
I"r the names oi lny ne-n
lie lias written with n pen
On Ills iiU
Bomanco of u Fair Pre-omption-ist
It wac in lhe debatable land, noar'ard thi- j-le-jiin-ear bn-ine- as a
the line w'dch mark-, the common I piece of extravagance on my part
boundary of Dakota and Miunc-ota,
that an accident led 10 my nequaint-
:mee witli 1'aehel Haynes. We were j cheaper than a iwo-daj-T .-iek head
in a I'ulhiiaii leeninj;-car, and I had ache. I wi-h you would come and see
l,..i.ti friin the lir-L imiire-ud with her 1
app arance, v.hieh wan rather di-tin-
"uish'-d, :ii conijiap'il with the other ,
fa-hion will hae an idi
a of the an-1
linuitv of the irannenl
which, how- '
maiked her a.s a Vere de Vcn
The accident, which in itself hardly
deserves the name of incident, caused
her to seat herself by my side about
nine o'clock, and. to my utter amaze
ment, because the Vere de Veres are
not a con!idiu .--l, as a rule, to talk
to me about herself.
I am one of tho-e d read f til creat
ures, a prc-euiptioni.st." she beiran,
with a frank laii";h. "See my hands,
how brown they are. I have been
v.-orhinj; form board all summer, car
r in"; water t went - rods, for washine;.
and doiii": the cookine; forlie men and
two women, and I wa- never .so happy
in my life."
I hac no doubt that my face was a
temptation to continue revelation-, for
I was intensely intere-tcd and aston
i.shod. not so much at her words as the
ram joy in existence which ran"; in her
voice, wa- written ou her face, and
made the whole woman a.s inspinne; as 1
a bird-.soii"; in the morning. j
I never meant to do it." she con-j
tinned, "ii-v-erin the world. I have
- -." - ...
t.ik-n fiv oi mvse
1 was .six-
teen. Then I
and went to .school. Then I taught
ehool in Illinois- lit l or ixlj" chil
dren at a time. That w:t pleasant
enough, but after three vear.s of it I
i-eeinod to break down, and the doctor
said t'u.t 1 niti-l lie before winter.
The only per-011 in the world who i)e
longed to me was a brother, whoui 1
had not seen for live vear.s.
"He was a Dakota farmer, and kept
writing to me to come there, but I re
fused, declar.ng that one mania from
which 1 would be utterly free was the
land craze, wh.ch .seized every body
who .set foot 011 prairie .soil. 1 should
not mv taxes and irroan under a
weight of borrowed money to be the
proprietor of endless acres. Hut that
Mimuier 1 made tip my mind that the
doctor was right about my ding in
the fall, and it occurred to me one day
that the memory of a visit with my
brother might possibly be a pleasant
thing to take to Heaven, and 1 wrote
to him that 1 would come and .stay
"I hardly believe myself when 1
tell it. but I had not been there twenty
four hours K'fore 1 had pre-empted
the, claim next to his. one hundred and
Mxty aeres of land. 1 can't describe
it. but I felt like a now creature with
the first breath of that clear prairie air
and tho first touch of the blessed
ground. At the end of the two weeks
1 returned to make arrangements for
coming back to keep house for my
brother, but before I came again my
brother was dead. After that 1 felt
that I could not live away from Da
kota, lleeause of the law I could not
have his claim; he had not paid all
that was due so it went back to the
"lut I had my own. That fall 1
"had a little hanty put up and hired
myself to the people on the next place.
Jn that way 1 earned my living and
enough more to pay for breaking my
3and in the spring. Every night I used
to go over and stand on my territory
iniiie every blade of grasps and grain of
and, down to 1:13 central spark of fire.
which it is hard to believe exists dur
ing a Dakota winter 1 grew strong
overy day. and in a little while could
"build tires in the morning and miik
cows, and think nothing of it. I did
feel so rich every time I rexncmliered
my estate, with my line castle in the
middle of it not in lhe least like a
maid-of-all-work or broken-down
vchool-teacher. Xot much of a castle,
ith or. 1 wanted lo have a lock on
"the door as a slight concession to con
ventionality, but the carpenter looked
-so surprised that I did not iisist, 1
'ill confess to you, though, that I
jia-cnejera. Her dres-. indicated the j 1 .stepped out of the car. while the ' ' ." 7 ' ' for weight, considerably more alcohol ' lined to any one ection of the coiin- ma-ter Tiatt. one of the ow ncr- of a ! fru da, ns Ut ht w- vrrui
-..! : f ......;!:.. I .niH'iiii l.mwr Lir.Mat nn.l -t;il l.af.n-.. (cro.UCer.s of t.ie lUird time-, the COIl- .l,.,n ,., 'I'm. f..i.t ? llu rfS-ntuni tr-v inil v!i.n it Int. lell n lll'trlml 1 lornl llHimuTHlir nniiiT will It roMr. 1 .1 . . .t-. 1 ...... .r
inuieioiih uiiiuii nuiiy .uiu i - ........-. ..mi -. "i ... -.,. -i.,w. , ... .. ... . ... ...v.. -. ...v. . .v ....... ........ . .- -- -- -. --. - ,...,... r. . niM'tMrv. 1 rflrntpownt n
economy. Her ja.-ket, I remember, every .-cotiot, but mv own. The ab.-urd- , -l'-' ' - . , and accumulation o: aicoiioi in tne in cacti ;n.e a u wa- , u.tu ..z .M.axx i 11 e.iu,r. w niH- ta iHr , j, uf uu
wis irnimed with Yak lace. Such of Hv f her invitation'had not struck me , particular 1- greater than ,t wa one or nervou, center- and liver tends to civil erv.ee. itli nil hi repute U deh-jrate 1- oerfrtly well MUriMl , Mi aWx. ..t!,,,,
-.is ii.ziiiii -". I . . twu u.;r, a,r,, :iIul in mo,t cla e3 if throw much hjht on the .-pecial ds- stmac the 1're-ident ha- stood bv u l. under the -nine intfufttce. It U ! . UKr amn f-jfw
my reader.-aa an- old enou-h to re- : l.elore, but as the iimriiiiig air cli-mil , " ' of drunkard-, where the appe- ' r mtv 'im-itMir.' upon which he ha- met . not unhkeh if iWUwl amiuir not an ant wa- to W mioii ahtwit tlc
1 1 v..i. 1 ..... ,..,t f , mv i5i..i..rl,t I l.i!.rlu.,l t. ri.,II,.,,1i.r . cApeiidituri "re.itet tli.m ikfr..us m .,.'.. .,.,. ti . 1. . . i..,....i f 1.;. 1...-1.11 ... ... -H 1 . '
ever, was made and worn .-o well that ' ireiiieiv improbable that 1 .siiouiu eer , r,., ov) i.-i-reU The cnn-iiiii'iMoii in i , " r-' . . . ' . -. . .. . 1 1 - '. .1. 1 .1." 1 w l,.lu mQt -!l Imi ihmmUhJ TtiN
j. ,1 f 1 111 '-'J: ' "lr J- J ,H toii-uuip.iou i"1 inubs often aehinjr and trembliujr, and Mile of that who can -.iv that he ha ju,t as ihoroe;nlv at th pnncipal ."i1 wn no mw uw mi ihmwhi, nut
the Yak lace actually seemed to add a know the rest of he-history. luUecii. 1,, v.'a-jrreatcr than ever b.-jor-. and. ; ll(. h,.arl ,!,,, ujth a miserable not jroiic as far a.- h- could' Hut the could do. I . u jpm. wrk. wn bnvi trimt H ami
kind of ele-ance. She had lhe .soft J as frequent repetition of the story ' ad.hn- the oI13ct::li reported mcreasc. f,.,.jn;r )f ervou" exhaustion. Even Mugwump 'tew -pap.-r- still support , Altogether, if the Federal Admlni-tra- u know. If tnilk and minAwwrr t.tl
coils of line, black hair which Usually j proved so interesting. I came at last it appear- that no le-s than bl.MM,Mi ,,rjor lo tj,j, ti,,. drunkard i.s often Hit- him and inetit ingenious excu.s.vs for tioii p.-oole are ;oiiis: U make a eatn- nr(, Htl of tj,r ..hu,,,,. p.; eh imp moat
iccomo-iiiv (ielicate features, and a t rcjrard the voting woman a.s merely 1 ot ,M;,' '"- con-umed la-t , jJt. t lho,f. Ilillor jlh,.ion.s which end the condonation ot hi faults tiaipn of their own thi- year the v can ",. lh i,.rti,.,r ...'f .M 11 u,,t
.u.om .m "t' !.:,., ' 1' ' , inshMiilicnt fuetor in mv hMifv -Vr:,r "i-konnis the mean population in lh,. fulI development of what , Almo-t one-half of the Kepttbllcan- , . Edited with havinj; fairlv well no th bnteher. tl xon ...a If U.at
contralto voice, ami I unhe-itatm-h , an inigiiilii.iiit xactor 111 1113 io"0 . for ,i:lt Xt.:ir su about ;,..-j:.7.(M(. the ,..,. ,,. ...., rji- ,i..i;.;, r ; ..ir..... ,1... i.l. of M-rel, ..-,', lmv,. i....v.Mi ..f,..r ,i... ,.r..! Irv rH,. ' 1' impracticable. hi can bmy Uu?
StlL taUB" ""
I had a tuightv straggle with that
carpenter about the window, but that
point I would not yield. Kight big
frames of glass, let in the sunsets to me,
so that I have daily glimpses of an
much of the X-w Jerusalem a- I am
capable of appreciating. I do feel real
pity for the. people who don't know
from experience what :t is to be of
more value in an honest, commercial
scn-c than the clothes and bread that
go to sustain life. I have had Mich a
pood garden this summer, three kinds
of tomatoes, two kinds of beans, let
tuce, peas, quantities of thing-- to eat,
anil I hav s.t nut thr.-e Imhv entile
. j ..,.,..
-..,.- .....I ..I........1 !,.. ..t ..!,. - l -t I
liuit.? .mu jii.ini.ju iwiiui iii.ijiie x:i-ii".
"Do you intend to lit e there alone?"
I said in some dismay, for to me soli
tary life in a palace would be utter
Yes 1 shall have so much to do.
fixing up iiiv hou.-e and cooking, that
I shall not be lonely. 1 shall read
(ioethe this winter. I have never had j
time to look out German words with a 1
clear eon-eienoe, but the owner of 1
acres can afford Mich luxuries as time j
and leisure. When 1 get 3o frightfully
rich that I have more money than I ;
spend J .-hall intile used-up, di-eour-!
aped women out for a breath of life. ,
I wi-h yon would come and see me. I
will give you three Linda of tomatoes j
and two kinds of beans. .My berth is
readv, I .-ee: good-night! I always re-
frightful enough to warrant a .-ma.-li- j
up by way of judgment, but it U really
1 thought about lier during the nijr'i.t
anu aain early tiie next morning when
that she did not know my
dwellinjr place nor 1 her-
.si niiic.ini 1:11c. I
1 ne it .u., later I -tumbled upon tin
serpiel. It was Octob-r. and I was
.stopping at a iam watering-place in
Dakota, altogether charming because
of its ab-olute freedom from the first
essentials of a watering-place. 'J ircd
one day lrom a long hor.-eback ride. 1
stopped at a farm-house on top of one
of the prairie knoll-, which people
here call conteatis. Mv knock was
answered by my fellow-traveler of the
ji ears before. She .stood in the mater
nal, not madonna, altitude, a child
dragrin' her skirts down each .side.
She looked radiantly happy, and recog
nized me at once, whereupon I for
gave the .seeming inconsistency of her
"And this is the end of it?"
"No, indeed," she answered, oarcss
inr both children at once: "this is only
the middle. I was just -ettled in my
home live years ago when a young man
came to the door one morning and
asked if he might board there.
.. . 1.1 1 . . .1. .. 1 :.!. . !...
.. tii ii itini lii'ti ill. fill. ill mil inn
he urged the matter, ami Imam a.-keit
the reason of my refusal, whereupon I
in'ormed him that a.s I wa.s keeping
house alone, it would not be proper.
He proceeded to intimate that he wa.s
a coiLsumiitive and 011 his wav lo an
early tomb. Then he asked for my
aihice. and as 1 hadn't had a chance to
air my notions since my meeting with
you. I gave him advice lots of it.
"I told him that he might sit down
mil die. but that I'alcota was a ieanui-
it, and do so much goon at leasu no
went away and I did not see him again
until November, when he knocked at
j the door again and asked if he might
come in. I inouired if ho knew (!er-
man: ho declared that ho did. where
upon 1 said that he might come in and
tell tne tho meaning of some linos with
which I had wrestled in tain for a few
weary hours. We were blockaded that
winter, and for live whole months did
not see a train, a letter, and hardly a
passer-bv. 1 always account in that
way partly for our mr.rr.ago a few
weeks later." rhiltidcljthut Pre.
DIVIDING HIS BUSINESS.
Valuable 1 nt- lr Turtle-. lrlrou- ol
Having l'rimc Kiru.r. I'mniril.
Patron Is my picture ready yet?
Picturu Dealer No. You see the
franier was taken suddenly sick yester
day and that delayed us.
Patron -I'm! Let me see the first
time I called you had been ill for a
couple of days?
Patron The second time there wa?
Patron-Thu third time your em
ployes had been on a picnic?
Dealer 1 believe so.
Patron Tho fourth time the bos
carpenter was on a vacation?
Dealer That was iL
Patron Ami now the fntincr is sick)
Patron - Well. I guess you can give
me the picture, and 111 have it framed
elsewhere. 1 see it isn't in your line
Dealer Not in my lino' I trust 1
have not lo-t your business?
Patron Oh. no: not all of it. When
1 want an excuse framed I'll bring it
here; but I piess I'd better take th?
picture- somewhere else. You haven t
time to ati'T.d to both branches of your
business. Chicago 2iainlUr.
An exchange says thi "Josh "ir
the only name that rhymes wita
This statement dou t wash.
Sorrisivtcn Her aid.
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i oic;ik inii; i" "i ""'"' "" in- iiiiiii'" i i.i. - v...- tittv more man inttr i. tines wnai occur ttt". tits coniiiici in liic jiiextcau ' .... .. , ...
since he appeared to be not exactly an creased last tear l.,l.loj;, s.v. -:ntking :un"on;, the general community at the resembled sonic of tho-e old Knglish j J j,-"'" " "Jj cvvJnml i-onr of
abject pauper, 1 .-houM recommend tot-il '""VtVu" 'lw, iiVv x V4'i-.:i'o Hko s,-c M ' trial-where the execution came t.rst. conduct should be the rule, we .hould
him to buy a piece of land and dig in ..''"onsuni-i't'ion "was !. yearly : "in TEMPERANCE ITEMS. I then the investigation and lastly the ' sooner or lat-r lie drive,, to th- V.n-
JOHN BARLhYCORN. MY JOS.
John IlnrVveorn. m J" Jfhn.
When we vrrtv flrt acquaint.
Tou uere m tittle Ser,. John.
And omelt ot jx.-pj-ermltii.
But I Ixriran to lotc ivu. John.
And WKn I loveil you o
I'd hre ray only cent with you,
John Harlcjoorn. lay Jo.
But now the time ha come. John.
For me that love 1 .mother.
And.) ou rau't take one road. John,
And I wlii take th other.
For never more ou urth. John.
W bfctnl le hand w.t! jro,
I wji: ! in r. and te.l you why.
John Ilarlej corn, my Joe.
Ton have not u-d im welt. John,
Wnlie Journeying together;
Tou w-re to tfuiy tnw!. John.
In lair or -tortnr weather
Hut w hen the rain cutne lo n, John.
And Stcc the w.nd did hlow.
Tu letl me in the roidde ditch.
John Itarleycorti. my Joo.
Tour u-n of riyht I wrom, John.
Von vi'fvt-n led a crime.
But hen wo hroke the Iaw. John.
I j.itd for t every tune
Ah! many nr- tne M'ni'. Jobn.
Vou vc irot m- in j ou know.
I:ui tie r once liavc hHovO meout,
John i:urlecoru. my Jim.
Tlio" K'ic.ui-1 ailtnlt. Joan
iJt jolli tii'iinentf le.i.
The fvuit-u at Uie r eloe. Johs,
'Jo :i 7 lo a:.i fell.
And if we tumbled do n. John.
Trudjr.nir er IiuIm or no.
The huii- or Iroti biu-t all ere mine,
John lJurcorn. my Jo. t
Willi sorrow j ou have caused. John,
i iri. trii' wi;. to siya.
il . rh luri'ii to w-ar rsi. John,
nil hunger m.idi them er;
And then, it 1 r--liuUei tii'-m. Ji4m.
W c-;j added to their woe.
You alwn a d I w-nttl thum riht,
John ISurleyeorn. my J-e.
You've tilearr mane mv eyes. John.
I'ui til'tteii-- on in. 1 b'rk.
A I'd n.iie:od re J my m-e. .lohu.
My onee tninir hand mtide en".
I tiniik ')ii mti-l nn-c aimed John.
In denth to lay me low.
And nun too -(Kin 1 ve touudou out,
John Uar.e.eorn mv Jo
Ki'l rjttrr. ii .V V .Yir.
LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
Ciwt ti IVniil" of Thin Country
i . l a'.uioo.ooo Y-riy.
While demairoue- coutini
,i... ti '
im i iij-
j the times, called mo-t pro-jierou-. a- i-
' ' "
entie report, j
.shown b the internal rev
constimpdoti :iip'-:ir to have been
10 n;; jr:,!lni for every lnhabiiaut. ba- .
bios incnided. Consub-rini; that a larire
I part of the population does not con-
sume beer at all. thi-s ems to imply ,
sm 'I")'''I,S constimjition to those 1
The increase in the consumption of I
whisky w.i l.oUO'.UiS gallons, which
makes the eoiisttmotion for the :ir
. ' ti
Uf, llil,l' pillion-, 01 l.lil illlUII- jiri ,
capita. I aat is much more than was
consumed in the ear- of depression.
me iisi.u c.w.s io,o iiiiu io, ..,...-
the tax was the .same that it is now:
but it is much below the consumption
of m-lorlSXl. when the Muant.ly was
the fiscal vear.s l.Sid and lSill, when
l.tl and 1.1
rrobably the rapid spread of prohibi-
tion has reduced the consumption.
Kiltecn year-ago. when the tax w a-I amj niaintcnauce of a delicate con-' nal Kevenue and Consulship-, whil" in New York." It w ill. if h- succeeds, be ; of ll(. ,,t j,n, j,rt,n t.ttr(1 kv pcrvnr
only ."0 cents per ga. Ion, the cotisump-, !triM.li0 . de-tined for uses e-sential to inanv of the more ini'ortant bureau the biggest act of (imce .v.-r "een 011 .,..,, m tj,i. ietho.I niclii and morn
tion rangcil between 1.1 and 'J gallon- ijr,. Thus we have faltv deposit.-, or ' oiliee and the verv lnrg- majority of tbis continent. - ( htni.fu InUr Or, ,M. ;
.cr capita. ( changes of higher structures into fat. j changes in the elass'itied .-n ice De'mo- fiTlil sUdd!e-bags .Ie .McDonald u,' ifWo" '"j'-
The increase in consumption of to- jM th(, biiart. the liver and in the orals have succeeded l.cpuhlicaus. The J occasionally bots up from ob-cunty. " "
bac.'O "ill Variotl.s forills has becll IO- ' ,lrt.l .... ... . ft, ,.,,., f- f . I...' I... j.riiiitihrnitn to lie ..tV.-e!,..! bv tilt, twdieV ..n,l !...,' I,. .1.,... .Min.rnlh Ii'h ItnAIMK IN CftPMIHr.
: I..... ,i. .... .. ...
bac.-o 111 vanou.s lornis nar, i.ecn re-
iiiarKaoie. out esjieeian in i.ie n-iiy ,.,, t.:l,jv ruptured. Hence. Ii.ibi!- i- very much the same as that which
healthy of all forms. Snuil-UMtig. it 5u to (j-H(..MU nf the heart and of the j wouhi en-ue uoon the horizontal di
may be remarked, i- on th decline: u,.r Ofton f0n0Wed by drop-ies. or to . vision of a cone on acirctiinferenc" line
1!.),717 pounds less were used laMyoar nW-tioiis of the other intestines, or to drawn at a point half wav between the
than the ear before. Hut tllecoiisuuip- .,....,.1-. of :inni!..v and tialsv. If not ' anev and the ba-e. The division isone
. I tion ol manufactured tobacco. lor
, - , riiewin-. incr-ascd 11
1 (iio...71 pounds, reaching HM.oi'.'l.fiti.'i
pounds, or li.'J'J pounds per capita
which is considerably in exee-s of the
consumption in any previous tear.
Prior to 1S70 the quantity consumed
was from 1 lo '1 poinds, in 1S7U it ros
to .;;.S. mid until lTH ateraged about
L.0; then it 10-e in l.vii to .7.'. in
lisi' to ;.... and nus i -en above..
i'Uiids et or snee.
I'.iit th" inewi-e in
l.ui in- mt u.isi m
his inn of tobacco would hate been
great-r but tor the incr,ase in the eon-
bi!iintiou of co'ars
inn t ig.ui ut s.
IsTO il ro-o to :50; in 1"7." to irk'.t. and
then declined a little with tie- hard
times to ;o.." in 1S7. but in 1S1 it rose
to.2.G. reaching Gl." in lb and de
emed to ."ij ' in l'S:.. lint ha now
risen aga'n to '?.-. Tho consumption
of cigarett"s has greatly inereas-d.
Last tear :lone the iner.-as was '2.V2,-
.'1-J.ll-f. or about V n.r lent., making , "" m- ,.u..,-e. w. .,,
.:jlO..V.fi :.ll ill all. oV .-. 1 p,r capita. ' '"imber ...0- are Americans. 2.1.9 ber
ln !8m there was a s,ll:,ll consumption. , "". -0"1 Irishmen. . negroes.
i..o .,.w. ;,... IK- iirmi. ..nii.t'itlv i..,..iiMi.( hrnmnnf.
but practically none officially reeotdc.l
m the tears l.S'ej-l.sti'.t. In Is.U it rose
to . 1 per capita, in 187') to .'J perenpita
and in 1S7G. itist ten veuir- ao. ro-e t
1.7 per ctiiila. Hut that was onlv the i each man with a new ten dollar bill cipitatc and "rattled as was the .sec
beginziiii": in l".S0it had risen to.S.g which he had .secretly marked for ideu- rotary of State, a war with M-ico
per c.ap.t! in ISM to ltl 1. :n l."i to ' tiiication. The second day afterward niight have followed. Fortunately a
l.-'k and now averages '22.1 per capita. ! four hundred and ten of these bill had level-headed Republican member of
Supposing cigars to average onlv live j born deposited in banks by saloon-j that bodv (Mr. Hitt, of Illinoi-.) M?i
cents eien and cigarettes twentv cents
a package, tohaceo a dollar per pound
in retail tonus, beer cents a gl.ts,
and .-jdrits rive cents for half a gill.
tiriees wli?e!i :r. certainly not a- hi'h
as tho-e natd bv mo-t con-umers. the i "ore is no aspect in wnicu it can ; coddling tli- lanaUian case along in a i wj,en we have tamclv tibra;ttrfl fot
cost of these articles to th- people of be considered as beneficial, either i hand-to-mouth sort of way and re-ort- ' .wo mon.,, u the indi'niitie of f;n
this country is ov r ?l.ll.0k(Jt). or 1" morals or re igion. to the Mate or j ing to temporary expedient.- to bridge , a(Ja up ,n hundretl of our ciz.u-?"
slU.Si for every inhalitant. T lis bur-! ' individual", to indn-try or com- matter oter when there has btrn i 1,,-t, v,,,!;,-,,.', flft,,tin i, r well
...... - ........ .... ... . - .. --
den is 1 oni" lv about :") vv) wage- ' merce. A- a market for our grain and ample time during the pae, se-sion of , t.. nx the pipular crJ.et will in
oaruers. hotv. v. r. and for them it ater- , grab's it is a waste; as an employer it j Congr-- to have arranged a n-w trea- j dorit. but t not tbl xh-r free tall I
r.ges !. 4 G vearh. 1'hc consumption ! makes labor unproductive: a- a public . ty n the snbject tat would have set- (i OH.. nu.mb.r cf .:ir ( nhinct at tb
of lujuor alone co-t- the working poo-
pie much over $o 0X).0v0.
Too Much "FooP'-Playing.
An industrious young shoemaker fell
into the habit of spending much time
at a saloon near by. One by one h.s
customers began to desert him. When
hi.; wite remonstrated with him for so
neglect iug his work for th saioon. he
would catvles-ly reply: Oh. I've jtist
been down a little whiio playing pool."
His little two-year old e uignt the re -
fniin. and woui.I of: n ask: "Is you
go;n down to play fool, papa? Smith
tried in vs.u to eorr.ft this word. Tn-
child persisted in hi- own pronuncia-
tion. and day by day he accosted his
father with:" "Has you been play in'
fool, papa?' This made a deep im-
pros-ion on tho shoemaker, as be
ealized that the question was being
:i.swered in the falling of!" of his cu -
tomers and the growing wants of tn
hoits-hold. lie resolved again and
again to imit thu lo 1 table, but
weakly allowed the passion of play to
hold him a long time. Finally ho
ioM-A himself out o! work out of
utunev and oat of Soar. Sitting on bis
bMi'-h oii aft-moon. idl and
iiepitiiieut. ae wa, he.trd to xciaini I
v work aptm t'wi iy: what In i-
do I don't know." "Whv papa."
prattled tae b.ib. "can t you ri:t
don and play fool otnu more."
Ua. huh! you por child, proanea
14 father, rhamc-tneken. "rhats the qtie.tion a lo when a halt shall be 1
ins the trouble. Pa'ia hv nlared fool t . . .- ,
jn. mc ironiue. 1 a,a na piayeu tool lcaucn ttl rpaioval from otlic- for po-
too much already.' lint hr never,,.. , .. ,, ,
plared ka-ain. an I to-dar hi home i "UCIVl "'-". ; p ""'"-' concrm to the do:n or more oflico
cornfortable and happy o'ace more ,n th opn that the present courx: J boUe wjo havr cbwa d?lfW
Icmacrancc licvictr. J mu-.t tx-turueU until an equalization . . . . .....
I n:;i nae uvea ruevtcu inrev.i v 1 . . ... i.
unu it- Ajrovrc - 1 1 tton Xroai tilt Citv.
nv" '" "wnrx. olliee-holdin': conuncent. 01 the two . . , , ... ,. , ' . .1
1 .. . p. . throuirh the iiac havr h.-ul rou
Th llfiVrta or Alrohotlc IJquorti on th eeat potttscal partlC. .Mr. I JVeUmJ Xn jj,,, thrmlrr. clect.'d del"-
In reply to a cirrespondent who
V"tnf t L'nntv tf fn.it rf lliril?r'
liquors on the human 5Vstem the To-
ledo IllmU s.tv?: "
wi .u - 11 . 1
hetber induced br fermented
.. . ,.! . .
hitirir livilliil hij t t,r
..Mk.v w. .v uw4.v .-...i. " "iW3?foinilkil.vanm
throujrh the alcohol contained in either
that the effect' of iutoicalion en-tie-
The effect.- of alcohol, in a ?inle act
varv according to
I way in which the qunt ha been taken.
' If Mvailowed raoidlv. in larre nuaii-
J tides, or in a concentrated form, the
I lidboii. i tie moue oi aciion nere !
partly through a direct mpr-ion by
' the aicoiioi on me nerve- o: the to:n-
ach. and partly by its ab-orption into
the blood, and it. tran-mi ion thu-. to
! the bruin, which i- proved to take
! place with r?at rapidity. The action
( of an-, kind of alcoholic drink, in mod-
i erate dose-. i that of a .tomewnat rapid
stimulant. The bodilv aud mental
powers are for a time excited beyond
their ordinary strenirth. after which
there i- a corre-pondini: depre-ion. , policy of the treasury as niaptutl w'. Ki'!tn. mauag :- a- ent chair
Although the alcohol which" is intro- , by SoiTetary ManninL'. the tariff policy tuan while eri al- a p4-:ma-tr
dueed into the yatem can not ae: n a a-exhibited in the Mrn--n bill, tae j In -nt- couaUe- ivacrr oilic-hnM-true
food (for in tliat case it would not uaal policy a-pre-ented b S -cretarv er- hac not hal th-m"! es eho-
pa thmnirh the sv-tem unchanged). J Whitn-'V ami the plan for eoa-t and deb'at thei have att-mictl u mat
it iudirect.y take, the place of food, by ' -eajiorl defen-e, a- reeoinmendtl b :rr m carrtully that tb-rr wul b a
dimiiiihiue; the wear and tear of the ' the ,ecretare- of War and the Na; eoitsfderabb iiumlwr of th mciber
s-tem, and thu renderinj; less fooil have all been either -tran;!Nl or , ot the eonxetttion who are -twiplv iht-
.snflieient. In animals detroed w lien
intoxicated, the tortion of the brain
ninl of thelivenireloiiml to v.elil. w ei'ht
............ ..- --..-- .
jjon is impaired, the .sleeji ia disturbed
.lUtj tj L. vliror 0f frame and capacity
1..1:-:..,,. ,,.,.,, ,..,.0 .if,,rninf iHiniuirm-
m,ailv eharacteri.ed bv a state of ab-
j,.C't terror, with shakmj: of the limb-.
lhe snvr,.r fancy i 11 : that he is Mir-
roi,ndod with monstrous phantasms,
or tjI:l, jly j? d-oted otherwise lo hor-
rors. disa.ster.s or crimes. In thi.s state,
jf tjie injal.r:lble man doe' not take his
ow n jjfe ie js readv. without anv
.. :.... 1... Ti... i:r. .....
ro ocaiioil. 10 liiKV im uie oi .m
one with whom he comes in con-
tact. One effect, and a leading
one. of the customary presence
of :,icohol in the blood of the drinker
I is to IV(hl. lhe v;,:lii,v f that
llukK so that it tend- to sustain only
th(. iOW(.,t fonUs of nutrition and ani-
1 .:. 1 .1 :..
j 1 . ., 5,,,.rl flt wnim tj,o.,o organs
in . 1 ii:ii 11 in. iliiii iir'iiii l . 111 " 1 r:iL imil.
...t, ,,:. i,(, 1.1 ,,,: ,t(.r to the imiwih
I . . . . ..
Jdood-ves-els. the coats of the last be-
cut off abruptly in his career, the life
of tho drunkard becomes one long mal-
ady towards its close, the final condi-
j lion being Usually one of imbecility of
mind and hotly, yet with throes of Tsiif-
lering to the Ia-L It has been atithon-
I tatively shown that, while the average
cxpeetatio't of future life to the telil-
, pirate man at fifty may be reckoned
a! twelitv tears, that of the drunkard
al ,jie Slt,i- ae is onlv four
at the same n"i' is on v lour tears.
. . , 7, '..
Atrain. between the a-'Os oi twentv-ono
: "t irll tiie ilc.xl :ulloll, llrilMk.
i:",' S'V i,. f n to be mire than
11. .i . 1
, , time-, and between thirtv-one and
i have thus far succes-fuliv cloaked the r
deviltry from the police. Of the whole
It is said a Ma.sachustts manufact
tirer ho e.niolovs .seven hundren men
' sniaii town rceenuy prescnieu
Hie llirOiliill.lt iU"U Jiiu.s, u- ui"i-y uril.ll in- iifi- uimiiuifiiKi !' ri - , mhmiiii - liiM-ji . r"-iww-, iha i nrtWTI -. . . i emm.
'charge again-t the prisoner. Mnart- gii-h expedient of a responsible Mini. I i l" bctt-r nd mom prolltahla
j Ok the whi-ky seller- of Now York, , j:i ,uft.r the derved cn-ti-1 try. - I'tttiburnh Cmmrmat (ntzrUr. jway. 'Hie ec for drlnr I uwMftiiys
i -J.Wl have served their time in different nr.ujoiis tf the pre- for his "a-fhe Demicnti House of pr- ' "U a hiimbujj.' o- "I will waV.
: Stati- prisons: -.MIV. biiyebccii coiifiiird i:i,bv.pambti-m in the Do-1 s.-nULte aliowe I the appropriat,.,, j , ,tm ikl, olHl.r, fMMM. oltl r
, 111 ooillltv orisons and l.i b'J nave boon ; ,inion matter. Mr. P.avanl itimoed (..r (..rt.r.,.-,h.i. ,. f-t mtk. r x.tn fi.l. '
.. ,1 ,,,j-' ;,, .j... ttntinn hmisc- . . 1 . . "t . . . . ..-. . i niembring not that tl Utl entkm wai
oooieii on m mc station iio""1 . 1 3t tliu chance to pre.-ent a w-.ir.ike low the Lite Mr 1 itln ad ice and, . ,
leaving only 1.G1G out of r.O.'lJ who , fr)nl to 0!lr wcak ......rhhor on lhe ' ..!.- I,l.r,;tv f,,r h.-.! .I,(,.n.r,. I m"v"rMl :mt wmW U h projjpw,
ii. i .ii. ....... .. ..
Keeier.-. anu in consetpieuce ine w . -
ion are .-am io nave organi7,"ii a loin-
The moral is ob -
r- - ...
' TllF. saloon is bad
and only bad.
J ou-.ncss ,i patiperiAcs w,e main ior uie
akc of the conscienceless few. as a
j source of taxation it pavs tho Statu
uariiiv a tenth ol it-cost. v nat i it;
good for? To instruct in vice, tn harden
in crime, to reduce to poverty, to par
alt ze brawn and brain, to wreck homo
and to betrav everv interest dear to an
I intelligent and pr ispprous p?op!e.
j Christian EcanjcJi.t.
j Titr. Gazeitr ae Tn'Ounaux l.tly r
i lated the following ca-o A few days
i ago. in a tavern n-ar the Ratrerr de
j "lEtoile a jonmeyman painter, named
' Navier C , well known for his :u-
, temperate habits, tvhile drink-ng with
! some comrades, laid a wager that he
! would cat a lighted candle. Kir. bct
j was taken: and scarcely had he intro
j dace! the flaming candle inlo his
j month when ho ut:ervI a shght cry
j and felt power'a-i to tae gronnd. A
; bluish flame was seen to flicker about
i his lips. and. on an attempt Wing niad
! to oiler him as-i-tance. the bv-standor-
. . .... l.,..
wer horror-stntcc to nnu taat ne wa.
burning Jntrraallr. At the end of half
an hour his head and tipper part ol his
cbc-t wa reduced in charcoal. Two
medical men were calletl in and recog
nized that .Xsvier had fallen x riclita
" "ponncocs comb''ion.
THE 7IMt TO MALT.
rh mr -rqaiirlow" tThlrh tk
i-uu--rrir, fc-trmrr 'ow vrr
itWUh mn; th rHlir. I
OnlT to rjr 1 arty fcu;;Mrt or
The Mugwump nre. In debating
lit.- t r .- i: l
nouneed a set of principles with
!..... . , ,1 Z? to uir i-' ui ocm.w: c wu
f t-ll t .. . I. .T.....I -...... i.
,j 1 ieucr 01 i'rermoer t. .0. an- ' hi, k m nldiSin : nunr
of principles witkwho ar sctrnj: a cirraU-r of party
1 tvl.i.lt tKi -! !uli i-inL!
1 not po-sjb.'v have had ani evnnccxton
bu: the pul.tteal horizon ly the liui .
he ad tH-n tnaitui
, .. .
w tauri-v thai report
Lc had tn"-n inauurattHi had trc nn-1
ort to this iiiaW--htl:
n leader- of the '
f-.'--;oa to the mkhImih'
Ii tnoerati'- ttartv m ."oarre- Ihe 1
con e-km wa- artordmh made on ;
. th tiej that an en lore--meat ol Mr.
llevelaad hih oundiai: ami djuat '
. nrincitileV wvmld alunate the leaders '
and l-nve h.;n a Ireideat iititii a
t-tv -wiin laiiure Manii". ia m ii-
fa-e The -acnlice of thi o: pna -ipe
wa. lltere:re. :nr-arv to -e-urr
p trty -npjr. of the Adm:nitntMm'
' tmhrv in re-in; l of other quf-t-ini- the
: mhxc of any on' of whiefc i was equally
if not more important.
j What ha- been the reMtkof the dick-
" vrinir entered into? It dei not aj-j
pear that the Admtui-trati
ion !u- iHjeti
more -ucc--iful in anv of
' liian in that of the civil -er ice. I hn
ailowetl to die a natural death in a
Democratic Hou-e. wher- hollhtv to
i tne Aiiiiiiiit-trHttou hs.- not tnaclt imiii-
principle- hut those relating; to the ei-. tl
' .service. The law forbade htm to turn
lii.i.Mri.nli...ii In H.-miM-rai,. but s.-iib-
from the consideration ol numbers, it
! mu-t bo obsened that the change-hae
, been made in the mo-t important
office-, and this deceit ha- been either
totally disregarded or couuiol at h
the .Mugwumps, nut ol the iJ.ti
employe.- of the iocrntnent,the Cu.i0
U puliliean- now in office are holding
...:... ..: 1 i..-i .1 1...1...
Post-office Department, for in-tanee. j
where thcie are about ."il.M post-,
iiiiiioi -it iu- uu i ti-i i-tiiji. n m
offices, in round ligurcs. about '.'. J
changes hae been made, but itn-v
, have been chiefly eontined to the more
important office-, where Democrat
' ha!e. in even instance but that of New
1 -..i. .":.. 1...1 t'......i. !;...
i i ui h i ilv 111:1 I'i'i.i 11 ii I'tiiiwi ii i
There has been ail but a clean sweet, j
in (olleetor-hin, of (ii-toiii- and luter-
I ... ' . .. ... . .. .
equilibrium to be effected by thi- policy
in which the Democrats hate taken all
the meal while the Republicans are
1 left with the bran Chvayo Tri'mnr.
MR BAYARD'S FAILURES,
, itimuLTinc rimrf ir the tn.iiiir srr.
rrmry r twtr. I'lr.t with a irrjt
, I'owrr. Thru with a Mtu.il iinr.
Seeretarv I'.avard- action in the
r...;.. i.., I.,...,, . ;.i...,.1..i,1,-
''"""h ,',, """ "' ' ' "" ..-n....
. . . . .......
j onitK ant: nasty as ,s treaimem oi tne
C'anadian fishery troubles ha- beet, hu-
: mil;. iM.,. -1v ,.,.ni.i1i-it.rv inil i afillnt
milia ingit com inatort anu taiiiai-
Southern border, and peremptori'v de -
manded the in-taut release of I'utting.
without taking time to ascertain th
real facts in the case Thi demand
being temper., telv reftt-otl by Mexico.
Mr. P.atard hurrfed the matter before
Congress in the last hour- of the h-
nou. anu il mat ochiv nan iwn a pr-
. me inaiter in lis irue ltgiu rx'jore uie
it wi; rprv TrrtM.rlf nl-
........ .. .. .... - .... ,-..-,-... .
! lowed to drop out of -sight without any
Meantime the State Department i
1I...I .... i..lif. n! .m...f.ni f,i..m..n
,.lu .... ..i.... .H..1...1..., "'!
in Canadian waters and protected
uiei.i in mc jiru-iTiiiiuu oi an imjHUi
ruI industry. A? a S"cretary of Stat
Mr. Thomas F. Havarii has leen an
egregiou failure. Chtcago Journal.
Not Surorised at DcfeaL
The defea of Cougnes-man Cox. of
North Carolina, illtistrate, the t.mpcr
of tho I.r:nocra:5c t4rtr tcward.- Cxv.l-
S -nice reform. Mr. Cox is one of the
f.w Democratic Iiepr,seuUv. who
are sincerely triendly to the ref-mn
ronsUtnenLs are in' sympathy with his
system- i i" k-t-haxrmaa ol the com-!:.,'..,). i .. .;.. . ,nr cwnJ
mtttce of the prc-cnt iiooe waj-h ha i , , ,,' l r . ! :ic-img an tnlwralwri anl trained
to- ,utj: W. d tiisogh the ; ? CS Jr .he ne pen, ! - UwMlntte npn.,
majority again-t him he ha., labored nonnt to . ;..Sm. In ot,-: P
nono-tlv .nd faithfully in the can br words, the Democrat bavo nt onU - , -"-"' "
ha, at hear. Hat n-"ithr hi- party :a failed to rc'uc jii.e r--nl iaaogs'-1 A K,a ,trfao Ji "'n a ' n
the country at largt nor IiL im:n-diate ' rate i plicr of rigi.I sod nrtaoui i -"- inow any thing. True, a faruurr
views, and hi oiTon f r r.:nommation th-y have really votsd away over ?2l.
is o hopeless that he hxs Iven forced ! CfJOAfyJ morv money than the (orrr'
to witbxirsw. Th oppo-ition is wholly I rata: can brpc to collect during the
due to hv ad'.-cv of the reform- time when the a.tprooriauva mot
Tho DsmocrM:y of North Carolina.
aner the leailership of th& paironage
cliainpion Vance, nave no tojerajfon
for tiat principle. phUzdctfUia Prtit.
THAT FwARFUL ORDEM.
Tt Wmnnf It It rulB( I tit Rb mt
tnn.y tTauljt'a rtlMa Is-Tli
rolitliao J rt umr-H4r.
llir rrridcnt. dir-tton that th
in:lacnc of Kclrral oCicc-holdra
should not be felt tn the manipulation
, .,. , ,.
of :olitcaI pnrotrT aicctlxif
, ,. ' ., . .
mating convcuUoa i not
....... v... .--
who r sctinir a mrraUr of party
coaiti::.,herv thv ttJtecntiallr
ixiini!!mi rKri t fv tiit(i rrrjti:xil'
nsorr or ! control pohtKal iuoo-
m-nts in tiwir locahtiO'v
NV hve alr?ad pirn th narac of
the dc'cat- from Thdadolphw who
r- Krdrral ofUraoiderv la the j:ai
there are other ciw-. la the Iirka-
w.miaa drlrato i iaraa.tjrr Ixjfm ;
of Mfo-ic. xn h i- a.l to t theonly j
Ka.nd:itl man in tho ut. although a;
-tamp rlerk in lh latornal rrvrnoo of- 1
Hoe i- riaimtnL ib "at f Frank Iiita- I
bb. The itcrk.- !! t-a cot&itt !
vluc wuM?r iiertK w mw
-rt-a pirkr! out by Coajrrm lr-
mca;rMti as me nni Kina h a m 10
make laiun! .laW- MrhaL leWym
Kortx. of I'tartoa. n ptktiuatpr. bjh!
. - . . r ..hi
o L- Ielejit Kirtnutham. uftchl
kill. In M-udana.t. two f thethr
delejraw- are olli e-hoidvr-. Th?r r
heput ltecaf t lbrVor ( e!l m1
r:miter 3lIkr. I)eJ-t il-oa.
f Indiana. l-
lnitri U lu-
mi-ioiiT. and Urti-jaV r-kiatwr. of
-oual reircMiatireoj the ol--ho4!- ,
, inr inUuvnce. An intnHc of thi j
mvm in vomiti! I uiitttr. whtr l nU
... - - - .-- .- .
the otUce-hh!in; Weyat". will name
substitutes. Init even substitute w ill
....,t n...v w..r.. t,r ..,in inn in
m danj:er of haiiij; some of thu
. Hminirenieiits up-et bv tit- Wnilnrii
; caiidid-iev. but the Administration.
declaration of war will go a hhij: w ny
towanl helpinjr them over that tnmble.
atu( they are promi-eii rea-onnoi gKl
luck in tiieir conxentiou. made up
, lnr.'elv a- it will b" ! uti'!ir th otHce-
1.. 1 11 .!.. :...i 01 ... .. .. L... 1
, nwiniii iitiii-ir i (iiuiui fntit i ft.
POLITICAL PIECES. .
f5xT"The lir-t session of the Kortv- 1
, .-' ' "" " "" .'
" ntrnt t- at an end. It has ae
'"iipli-hed bttle b-gi-latioti that i
P'"' ' 'Uiu-h that u bad. -
. Mm 'ic .t radt r.
ftajr .Mayor (I nice, it i said, will trv
"t. 1 reform the eotintv Democracy oil
I v ... ir. i 1. .. mi i 1 T .
and when he doe- he generally ha-
omethuig pertinent to lire off at hi
friends, the Democrats. Hi latest i
the assertion that the HooMi-r Demo
crats are so frisky that they are liable
to lose three or four Congressmen thi.t
fall. I'rlrutl Trilmnr.
telj-The measure in which the peo
ple hnd th" greatest interest, and
which should hate been pasd much
ariirr in the session, was '.lie resolu
tion of adjournment. It w the onlv
real great measure decided, and it
j e.nlv patted after the body lc:un toi
weak and ciKxii-JimI to ward it oil
1 longer. -St Lohm I'hrvturtr.
.... .. . . . 1 1 .1 . . ..
far- i nere 1- no a v io ii. in hum tov-
...... ... i .... .
eminent io proper aeeouniao, lor
t, acts sat.- by party re.,H,ns,bil,ty.
ami III II" IU UllUcr OUT t Mem l-atl
s......................l......................., .. ....
i;W4. J i;.-l'llll-llll. . If illlllUldlll'll -H'l!
J Thi' Hoiis proposed to appropriate
, onlv G"K).O'')0 for iort.fication. ImiI the
s-nate r:u -d this to f,.-). O'j. and
.;uck to it. The Hou wa equally
' ob-t nate. v that our defenle "
0,a.t cities mti-t cmtinue defenlc,
j for an indetiuite perisd longer. I'hila-
A Keen Home Thrust.
The Secretary of War i reported tc
iiav- sari w,,m ,,c was 3rti u ,e
War Department intended to end
. , , i i t. .i i
I tniotM to the Mi'Vieari Iro:itiT for ths
j re!ea-c of Editor t'utting- "Don't you
i think il rather ndiculotu to make war
a t S
' on iexico jor y,u Hyn u
. . .. I
ext'etivj oi an atfter.' n loi N Hi pn-
Ta;e opinion, toough pubhei vesppL
it i creditable to him; but. a Im deli
cute tronv reflect ivercly ujoa th?
t .tV1IM CffNltLAH! flKltC K Vtll ) .M t
yfcaJ il4tIV IT t fc -, - At
hkrJv to hear from the IVeident. wlu
df-n't allow hv abmct cierk to tali
back. i fr a Bayard i conccrncl
hi skin i prooubly too think u b
hJ Trtt '
I Secretary Manning co'matc r.f ut
.n for ifc rr,t 31 r, ..
j"-" - - -- t--- -m -- - - -- . '-
o-onafny. . they prorarval to do. but I
oe paid- i2Ch a .mwmg .psik-f;r
itself, and U not to be rttfutwl by aw?
sort f tlcaiai or explaaatio. zi.
FACTS FOR FAHMtRS.
TclW mUk i no a.t l often mp
poctl. a trt of cxccHc b a ow. -CJurtiy
Wbrn th colt U put t work tloit'f
forest tlat U U a rolt. and !H is r
fnsrnUy. Makf 4ort itay at Sr?!-
On mooth land alwv tend cotlt
with tlc cttlliTatr. iatoai of ihm
plow. It ar Uuk and labor. S. T
Thf m4 f milt ftimlbA,l by on
j row nsay t far riehrr thn th latrr
quaatitv ooUxknc! frm another er.
, u ,k ,m w "V" ;"" ,. t
l lt 0; a cow iac. -m., ,
Vhenerrr fowI rae nwt tarxr
haul iltttrimMS to Vkv mrHktu Umpy
. , , j ...! J , kr all
j , . -, .
; ra. .ne-p- - www-.. --
Jie aniS porU7- rw th rJt
( Vp4nr lw-. Xo rl. - WsManx
i v . .u.Mf
1 un us wr "w M.mww. ,.....
'!" drtvtotr a
x" at trvm a farrj.
whrr hi -ri arw ! d. t tho
j M t wt for LU htKftl a!
'j rU . vrUh-- ! ih.
. . .
; h " hoy oi fmr mawt grrJ '
! h kc helorw h . Imm amtporl
A hr Ikrni plW on lW Walter
emm U cf mf k' lL kjtbit. U mJ. by
waff a troc. -.JitoU-ar! rop. hanp
motth to w frei th " runit
lV hiu-hitt mm aU t l&iL xiiwiut
tJb M htrh U hHpL It hould
Jn- arratl lhat wh th animal
poll itf rop ahtit the Uii w Ul tijjht
an al can mum. ittmfmn nfaf.
--A wrm fumwlot ay it It oay tu
yet rW J h4ak at. Open lHi
h a h, catViir n a hi4fui of
t alt i cprlMKfc mt a jan
f and Ihcv will Imive tntmpuaH. J
; a a
,... - - - - .
j jj Vtm jniM Vr .4wilv ,f tullk.
1 , - , ' ,' , . .
A..., ,v.- -mwww' ... .... .
i L'nMtiii! Ixi( nix! iiorL. Hmito tht am
1 pn-jwrni xprttlv for towHrv. 'lliU
. .Rl f.MHl ul bv jowrtv all tho
' jjfW i-naiMi 1Kvullrv ralr". - A'. K.
- K 1
' 11 tiir bt are temior ano jmmhui.
j Kftrr long tauHng or alkiof. grmat.
ruf ,..S. ,., ..iit.liifHl bv barUinr ihoin
. reliei tua u oomuuni o sniHinj "n
in tall and -:r A !gi banditti ol
salt tf a gallon of water a w arm a
can In borne U the proper proportion.
' 'I nc ft -houid be uumor-! ai,.i iim
( Uirown oer ihem with the ham!
ami nlw. m,r th. !. aa far a-iim
The feet hould be imtutfrd and Iba
knees. W hen the water bcm- U
j cool, drv the feet and leg, nibblnjj
-!, .. noi-'h towel Howard. Neuni'L-i
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URAINS IN FARMING.
VTIijrtlir .tcrlrulttirUt Wll IomiI Tralnr
.tlllllt I All t -Ulfflt.
None eati dpu! but that a moL
radical change hu brett forced upon
the firmer w ithin the la.t tii t-r.
and it k pertinent to ifiiiir if b ha
always txeii "brol enoMjjh bvlwecn
the eye" to and eomprwhid tliei
change and to adapt thotn to Iih jwr
Mual adtanLigii. While nature never
change,, imr it law, matt U Itiidtn
out more about them ootiUnaally Tb'
man who hits iiratn can tkt advan
tage ol these newly dcncrsd thing'
and innke them nu xm! U hi ione
! from th tart. whd hi few cutttorc-
hi'Ufive neijrhii,r. farfil of hU uwn
capability to javrf tijn atnl ttintnU
hold aloof until lb oihr b dtum
MratM brrond douhx that th" new
j and I
and the freight of the world Hon hi lt
ed Ufiluv a It w Hvo thiiaiid
Vear ago- bv ting the tall of o.'i, U
1 'wlttHn l,j.,
I In" nnlvenal uc to-dny of 7T;ry
l kind of farm machinery calJ for morns
unun than wiien year ago th- ma
chinery of the farm wa a plow, cytlm
and a letter A drag- Thr man who
can not ticcfnlly run machlnerr !
; Vlx far in t,,r rar jn lhr 1
i cullri. oi hU ,.,. .,,., ,sbU
men to urceeil. and ha i trntt of on
I qnttc a trnc of thou -and. o 'l!iirv.
Modern cr.; ffliiur. i.I Cii fcrvjt
icg o! tn prodnce of the fana cnll fct
varying judgtnnl and wble. bnl
thought, and thi can only twmr bj
brrader culture of the brain.
Scrab tkcir old m-tho-J of feeding;
and negl gnt car will no longer do.
He nztit now brrl for a pttrpoe.
rant ftl thetn bolter. ith lt ot
pendtrr. and lsJad of 'Irani bar for
j a Mock rutbn. the v:m o4 ealhrt?
I . k.
; "'" "" -- " '" ' " "w
endear" In it favor h can not knigsr
j h nr:md at, or dnt?ttne-j a- ht:m
s bng. bat rnu:l srwptd a a grwit
ift ' b,CS1 Cf
iood for i:ock-
Thf lUi of 'txiprmvUixxl might bs
WK1f nd3. bt fcat U
tn,R lh Uve s" apjthcabbt u
.1 r 1
i am aKtJt uu? jarroor tuA.
nred not trv to know 1: ail. Wt h
dor nerd to kno'sr aWul the thing
lb: intimately cnwrs him. and ace!
that brain cltnrc which vM traabHs
him to gxasp and maJoe uv? ihn
tfiottsaatf iscu prontJ to hsm In Vm
practical SBanagrWKst of tic fsrw.
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