Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 4, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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riNWA . INDIAN TEIlIirrOUt.
J "THOUQHf AND SOnROV."
Twin strri I deem yo.
I'm nuiuBjilim id
lire t tierlineami'tit
I r.mi tlio oilier to borro it
The im trrsve osprcsslnn
o depict oil mnti a face
Aim 1 ko plaint vodoprlon
tin b I cut u res yo trace.
On wammrii pale brow yo
l!mh cane thu same fnes.
On mini forehead plow o
Uko cat wrinkled slati.
With the fnmo ml Mill light
Itmhcjc do in kindle!
Or iU florlnes 1k1Io.
I'l tha sntnc itppp-drnwn wtijr
Fish ntiko Thought ami Sorrow
Ho who think doop to-0 nr.
He who liodosill totrorrow
The lip's curve aednto
o I mi In Ilka fashion.
To innrk thouiihts that mo crept
Or (mod mournlul passion.
To rneh other ) a lend.
In iron younger or older
Tho lamo cnrlliwnnl hend
Of head niu of shoulder.
Men's slow heavy trait
In llko manner roshnro)
To both ir.ii I nt tho rtito
lir won burdened with euro.
Words In common a " pensive"
Yepiiitake ihouirht and Sorrow
Itscii. her terms apprrhonMvo
l'roiu tho oilior jo borrow.
I diirpnco between yo
lcrchnuco there mlsjht bo
Ta tbo dllteronco mainly
That In " ot dcareo."
Jf (win Thmtftht wear an ntr
Of somber uuo1a1niee
Sorrow hnth as her shnro
Moro posltno sadness.
Or nre wo morn Just
Thotiiiht itoth dolnar Imply
IvIilloNjnoir pirt must
In muto puffer lijtllo
Yrl nro anfTcrlnr and doing
In truo Irsuo thommoi
r.urh la toot of tnnn'a volne;
llach hli ihror mat tamo.
If tho rapt ntr of Thoufrht
We call fitly "nbstrncllon"
hlle yorronr't onMnilglit
Wo ) ends in "d enaction."
Tloth terms tiut dec nro
lly cooqual concraiilon
Thuwrht ami Sorrow both share
Allko Ion solf-possts-lon.
Hr your kinship -a hnl mean ye
l'alo Thontrht and lean borrow
That your features nro stem yo
eiiuro iikciioss so ttioroUfrhr
It mean tlmt drop ThvLaVT
by torrow aM(mdcd.'ra''ru
1 that Porr w Is taupf..
tt ilnnn 11... ..I. ... . " .
uy ueep inoi.KiiwojK.frlrnJlXli
JiSiliJ that while llfo
.reii muat Ktlof And or borrow.
Men s Thoititht I nro rltn
M lih object of Sorrow
Ttr.n sisters I doom
' olo Thought and loan Porrow;
Lnrh herllnnimonts iii.frn.io
J rum tho other to borrow.
Jolm Ouxri (h tlie AUienrrum.
Troubla and tho
Tlio ladle; of St. riilllp'a sowing c!r-
clo nltrays spoko of Mrs. Fuller's six
daughters as if they wenvnn c-TtrnTn-
panco Jn wiilcu sue nau vriuutiy m
V J '" positive a renlv aW.tt JJje -.hi
dciL "It ojJinybnTS-M7Vo rAat.
ljoys nowl Sirs. A-rchdcacone.ss (ba
I'olly Fuller called her behind her tui-
PRfknnjyTCovlns would say. "IJut
Bix good-for-nothing uselusi girlsl"
I'crhaps tho reason Mrs. Novins object-
wl so strontiouHly to Mrs. Fuller's prvU
ereiico for tho female sex was that she
had had bovs; that is. she had had one
boy collegu-bred European-toured
with n fort itno in his own right to say
nothing of hli prospective heirship
through Jeremiah Kevins Sen. the
richest vestry-man in St. Philip's
Church. And this adored petted and
only boy was very fond of the Fuller
girls nnd so attentive to Tolly the
prettiest of the lot that Uloomlngdalo
was airoir with excitement on tho sub
ject. So she would repent: "If
had only been lioys stalwart
w orKing ooys I nut six girls!
Now it was hard to bellove for the
nrchdeaconnss whs tall grizzled bonj
nnd she might have left Jericho at nnv
hour "for her beard was fully grown''
that she too must at ono t'imo have
boon njjirl as Mr. liardoll wns onco a
single centli-man; but this fact did not
Mftvn her toward her box. If Jerry
Hut we arc anticipating.
There certainly were six Fullers
Margaret Jen Julie Polly Lilian
itosie. 'iiioy livcu in a little cramped-
tip rector) that belonged to St Philip's.
n poor llttlo church on the outskirts of
Dfoomingdalo. Tholr papa was it doar.
wong-hcadi"i clever impractical
tlergjhi.in. Their innmma was only
it shade better as she proved by hav-
ing six girls iiibtcad of boys. Her
light bread was apt to refuse to riio
and her preserves had a way of work-
ing after the second week.
If tho archdeaconoss could havo
broken off tho engagement between
Itov. Alphouso Fullet and Susan his
wife which had'cxlitcd for twenty-seven
years and sent tho six offending
maidens back to cliaos or to paradUc
nnd married them both to moro suita-
ble and moro practical people I sup-
pose it would have been better. Prov-
idence Is a poor mannger compared to
Mrs. Jeremiah Xovins; but shu couldn't.
So St Philip's had to put up with u
thousand dollar n yoar rector hU shift-
less wife aud his half u dozen daugh-
ters. The Fullers wore genr rally absurdly
jirovoklnglv happy. At long as ono
MP Vn "hjiTt of "bigotn- und virtue"
it makes little diflerenoo if the cat does
lump on tho parlor table. If the carpet
is worn to nigs tho tears of the mald-
oi-aii-wors mnj iiij urieu wim I lie re-
j llcctlon that n cinder or two dropped
lrom tho a.4i pan will do little dam-
ngo. Hut about hi x months previous It was
liorno on the minds of theso six females
that if thoy had an allowance they would
all proont mtieh better iiiperauouii
and spend loss mono) in doing it. And
when tho six Fuller girls made up their
minds them was an end of it. Tliny
JnU-nl' wed their mamma tln-y bulllml
their papa thoy built such splendid air
castles of what thej would do If thoy
only could bo allowed 'to Jtidgo for
1 themselves that tho lonir-suU'oriii'r
mart) r consented and promised to let
them havo their way. Now a promise;
Ju tho Fuller family was as good as a
bond better for I liavo hcuu! many a
mail besides St. Paul declare liiuisolf
happy especially after n panic in the
street except those bonds.
Jf lit the dlllioultyubotit Ino allowance
was this: The day UiOhO girls got their
money they felt so enormously rich
that they could not contain themselves
mid it. Thoy forgot it imint last six
months and represented boots gloves
gowns bonnets a thousand neccs-
arlrs. Thoy forgot tho waste tho lock
of n parasol makes in tho life of tho
American girl; thoy only saw tho beau-
tiful 9 (ni I will not hold thorn up
to ridicule) and thoy longed to upend
Jt. mid )t burned In tiieir jiockcts till
nlast aomctliniis they lived llko prod-
igals for llireo weeks and starved mid
were almost naked tho rest of thotwenty-tix
v On lliw liartieu or uiorninir tho w nolo
" fxAjnUy wcro nescmhled in the slttii.g-
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SBndloAvosM tho nlrltsclf was nt fresh
nnd sweet ns tho llrst day that ever
broko in paradise. Even tho orphan
school uhiidrcn had come out tho Sun-
day beforo in llttlo plnk-sprlcgcd cali-
coes. All the Fullers but ono had gono
to church nlso In tholr neat Biirlnff
suit) looking so stylish nnd jaunty so
sweet nnu vioioi-cyou mat mo nrcn
deaconess failed In her responses and
scan nod each flguro ns It went up tho
nislo with a glanco that Julio declared
amounted loan indictment for larceny.
Yes nil tho Fullers but ono. Ono
wrotchod forlor.1 spendthrift of n
Fullor Etald nt homo. Sho hnd neither
spring gown nor spring lint nor boots
nor parnsolj sho hnd spent hor allow-
nnco long ago on concert tickets aim
enndy and n set of silver Jcwolry.
ou nnu njiuui inu uny in n iiiropiua-
blo gingham nnd n fiat that deserves
n chapter to Itself swinging in tho big
nppio-treo nna wishing siio Una nor
mpiioy back. And this unfortunate
was named Polly and s!io was nine
teen years old old enough and pretty
enough to know belter.
"If wo had only known how much
of f holo volt wcro in. Pollv." said Jon.
"Wo'd havo clubbed in nnd helped you
buy your spring things."
"No my dears" said papa from
what was by courtosv called "the
study" though in reality It was tho
china closot and canned fruit room
(tho Fullers ato a good deal of canned
things; tholr preson es weren't gener-
ally successful). "It Is not so recorded
In tho bond. Voukno. joit bargained
each to mako tho most of her allow-
ance and bear tho consequence of her
good or evil judgment. If Polly has
spent her money sho must do with-
out." Alnsl each remembered; it tens so
written In tho bond.
"What havo you got toward spring
things Polly dear?" asked mamma
looking up from Herbert Sponsor's
Sociology In a dazed wav and en-
deavoring to sot her cap at right angles
which If the truth bo told. is not
qulto ns straight ns a plumb-lino.
"Ihao my black sattcon mamma
(to bo sure tho front Is stained with
lemonade but I don't care) and my
boots liro nmttv p-ond. nml I hnrn nun
long nice cream-colored tjnntdc Suede
mm. uicKiiy is ior niv rignt iiajui. &ud
my turquoise ring IsVm lrTyleft. so it
doesn t matter ab.t the other's Ih-Iii
lost miilnH wjt. mu-llii and m
Wllittt-TTllllI (to Im'smi-. II Iiim hninL-iiii
hilVto my knees but I can let it down)."
she said esgorh ; then soelnjr amuse
ment in her shirrs' eyes sh burst Into
tears and rushed out calling in a loud
volco: "I do not caro if I never havo
nnothor rag to my back so long as I
live. I am going to bed and will stay
there till I die for want of exercise and
then you will all bo sorry and not
laugh at mo and taunt mo becatwo I
am not mean miserable niggardly
things llko yourselves."
" Como hack. Polly love" cried all
tho flvo iinoflondlng sisters iloeplv
grieved but not at all hurt .at Polly's
outburst. " Tell us about your hats
and how much money have voti?"
" I havo no hat but UiN" said
i!' ' "K WHcriy; "ami litleen
Tears of sympathy stood In mam-
ma's eves: Soelolooil sllnnml nfl" hpr
lap and fell to tho ground. Papa
tupped his flngor rellectively on tli
pane. For the llrst tlmo ho hnlf
wished he had not given the bhhop so
As i rumarked. it was her onlv one.
nnd deserved a chapter of itself. It
was a llttlo round bonnot originally of
white straw which was now sun-
burned to a dirty yellow a faded red
roso adorned ono side: the orown irns
mashed In; a limp draggled feather
stood up In front. Nothing could
havo been moro hopeless morn dis-
reputable. " Poor dear!"
Hut Polly had down; tho subject' was
too tender to be dUcussed.
Just then tho bell rang. " A note
for Miss Polly; from Mr. Jerrv Novins
I s'pose" said tho llttlo miiid-of-all-work
Sho was a very black-listed Mercurv
but never did Cillild select a moro in-
terested one: and the note was seized
by Jon nnd oagerlv welcomed by the
whole family as n diversion for the un-
' Lot's Und her."
Strnmro to sav. the chorus did not
seek Polly in hor llttlo wbite-curtiine.
chamber where she vowed she would
siMind tho rest of her haplos existence;
tliov made straight for the apple-tree
and there perched on one of the high-
est boughs was the penniless Polly
singing in her high clear voloe: "I
sent thee lato a rosy wreath."
" Hern Poll bore's n note from Jer-
ry Novins" cried tho chorus delight-
edly. "OeUIown and road it."
Miss Fuller slipped at oneo from her
leafy throne and road aloud tho fol-
"Mrmtii MissrotJ.r I am goto? In my
drajr. with Mks Mlvcrfon end ?am Hennolys
to tbo polo imitoM tu-duy nt foil ro clock.
Won'tjou let u ontl forjou? 1 wmiI you to
ilrtvo. I'lcato say yos. Vours alwnva
J. M NcMiH Jun."
An ominous silence full for the space
of ono moment. It was broken by the
volco of our horolne. "I am irofii""
' Hut your clotlios Polly" cried tho
"I don't caro ono bit about mv
clothes" said she. defiantly. "I'll
tako jour p.ir.itol Morgurot and .I'll
get you to smooth my muslin Jen. and
I've got one glove and I'm going."
"IJut jour hat dear" said Julio.
"I'd gladly lend you mine but Jt be-
longs to ni) suit nnd is all gray and
you'd look liken guy in it."
"Never mind said Polly dismis-
sing the whole cn-w with a wv of tho
hand; "I wtli ytl vie ulutt. (iivoyour-m-Ivom
no concern." With these words
sho rusticd into the i'ouse and In n few
minutes hnd disappeared down the
lone irrejnilnr street.
Half an hour latur a tall young lady
in a disreputable bonnet and a ging-
ham drew made her intrte into ;. fash-
ionable milliner)'. All the shoji-glrU
and that superior pursuit who presided
over tho establishment knew her by
sight as ono of tho rector of St. Philip s
six daughters the prettiest one. More
valuable customers were being served
so she recehed no special attention.
Hut presently the head of tho establish-
ment herself heard thos" unmistakable
tones of command that though t'ie)
ramu from this insignificant customer
brought her down on her marrow-
bones na to speak and half a doicn
obedient attendants to her side.
"Hero" she cried with her month
full of pins; "show Mrs. Van Dyke
these bonnets; I myself will wait on
" I wish n bonnet that is becoming
to mo" said the young lady onlmly.
"Ah! mademoUelle thU Is n Frenolf
hat" Mudnmu exclaimed " a love i.
beauty exactly your style made ox-
pnsf) for you bought fr)ou"she
cried growing bolder and encouraged
by Polly's pleased gaso at herself in
"What is tho price f"
"Only fifteen nollurs" said Madamo
"to you. Miss Fuller the daughter of
n clorgyman and a customer (Mr
gnret had bought a pair
strings tiiero n year ago;
"I will tako it witw mo" said Polly
laying her moist hot mfioy on the
counter for she hud carried It In her
hand -her gloveless hand all tho way
MnAtmi "-" Yu l '. "?!?
Jib tlicy ukl tliugvUiJWMfor inttcu iswtoaiecrcaU'iicnuai
Worth six a bit of Ince an cmbrot dored
crown nnd a pink roso nt tlto sid
that was nil. Hut ono must tnko lnoiiev
whoro ono llnds It Pollv's fifteen dol-
lnra wem ns good ns cross Mrs. Vnr
Dvko's ten better liv five.
Our yomiir lndv cot homo about half-
past ihfeo o'clock. Every body hnd
gono out but Jen who exhausted with
Smoothing tho muslin was fast nslccp.
Sho rushed Into hor tiny bedroom nnd
uegnn nor preparations jnoiwiiu
standing all speed Jerry was at the
door with Ids drag and ins guests cm
MKs Polly's muslin wns donned.
With nil her faults Polly had llttlo
personal vanity. Sho seldom looked ir.
tho glass. Ono reason was that the
mirror was cracked exactly through
tho middle: another thai her sisters'
criticisms hold up to candid view nil
faults and defects. She never thought
of her face or head. Sho throw on her
dress. Hitched n bonnet on tho back ot
her curly brown hnir. How down tlio
steps nnd was nssistcd Into tho drag
by two grooms nnd n smiling host.
Miss Mlvertou leaned back In a por-
fecti fitting drhinccostiime nnd travo
her tho friendliest of smiles n llttlo
condescending indeed and wns It
sllghtlv nmusedP That was not possi-
ble. To bo sure ono dimpled hand
was hare but sho had no right to sus-
pect that tho other glovo would not
soon be used to cover It. White wns
alwa)s en regie and becoming and
sho had on her llfteen-dollnr bonnet.
So Polly bowed nnd smiled back again
and was altogether so sweet and lovelv
and llko a Juno roso that Mr. Jerry
Nnvlus had hard work to keep from
iicciarmg miuseii on tho spot.
Tho Kennels at which tlio polognmo
was played was a very fashionable
place. Every body was out that after-
noon. Polly wns so happy hnppv
with thrt consolation religion itself
does not alwavi give of being appro-
priate!) and becomingly dressed. To
bo sure all hor income wns swallowed
up; she was a wrecked penniless for-
lorn creature on tho morrow hut this
was to-day. "Let o-morrow lake
caro of the thin-! of itself" quoted
Polly piously. "Jftfery onn Is sokiud."
she whispered to Jorrv coulldingly.
Mao nicy aju ii.jmwiu. aim. n'.
How nrettr Pollv Fuller Is!" she
heard somebody say as she passed.
"Poor little thing! Did you ever see"
The rest was lost. Polly drew herself
up rather indignantly. "They are
commenting on my bonnet nnd won-
dering ihero I got It Impertinent
Then sho looked up and saw Jerry's
eye llxed on it nnd there was the
f'reatest tenderness in his glance as If
io wero sorry for her and yet loved
"Ho thinks I suppose" said Pollv
to her alter ego "that this Is tho list
tinio I over had any tiling nice and ho
is sorry for mo." And then she half
wishml she had not worn it.
"Are aoii very fond of drossf" sho
"Ve.s cr); that is I llko a woman
properly and handsomely dressed ns I
want my wife to bo" (hero Poll)'s
hand her tmgtoved hand got the
least possible little squeeze); "but what
I care fur most is a sweet lovely brave
spirit which rises above criticism and
is truo enough and well-bred enough
to look beautiful and be happy in spur
of the garb."
"lint indeed." sld the guilty Polly
s-XiP'tJ4arS-4l-1s so Tianl to bo that;
sometime one wants things so One
yields to the temptation. Von ii.m-t
not be too hard on people if they do
not dres according to joitr ideas"
she added with tears In her big brown
' "I hard on you?" cried Jerry it
wns in the moonlight and they were
driving down a lnno of Hauling chest-
nut "hard? I Just love and admire
you for it. I think )nt aro tho pret-
tiest sweetest thing in tho world; I
long to deck you with jewels anil lino
raiment. Inst to pay Mill buck for all
) our bravery. Oh Polly I love you!
Mhj Mlverton and Mr. ltcnnolys
occupied back seats; they both
looked cngrossssd in each other. What
Polly said I don't know something
that was sathfaetory to the driver.
Then she looked up conscience-
stricken. "Oh Jerry!" she orlod "It Isn't I
you love; it' my bonnet and you have
no idea what I sacrificed to get it. I
spent all my allowance. L was the
most extravagant creature; Igot angry
with ail jny sisters even mamma and
papa. Now )ou have loved me ami
told mo so just because of it I will tako
it ofT" she tried in n passion. "I will
never wear it again.'' Sho seized the
structure with both hands It fell Into
Oh careleos absent-minded Polly!
Where were ybur sennes! Stupidl) sho
gazed ono moment at the dreadful ol-ji-eL
It was her wretched dilapiiUliil
ragged withered limp dbrreputablo
old lutt and her ticautifiil one of laue
and ro-4M was lying in the bandbox on
her on n bed.
The arciidetu'onees did'tit like tho
match at all of course but she was
heard to congratulate herself that
Jerry's wife was an economies! little
thing and wouldn't throw away hU
Vim rememW that horrid llttlo
straw bonnet she wore to the jmlo
match don't )ou. Sue?" hhe asked of
MUm Mlvertou who was MhwMirerton
Miss Mlvertou remembered.
"On thing 1 will never do Jerry"
said Poll) to her husband during tho
"Whttf" -ho asked with Inflate
curkMity of a wcak-ni!m!ed bride-
groom. "I will never have an allowanon
again." And she tcverditl. Harper' t
A few Aiittoilates Nhotrln n ljnioui
Avtress' Ij-uilln; C'linraolxrlstle.
Mrs. Arthur Kennard In her bio-
graphy of tho famous aotre'U.ieliel
tell the following eharaoterbitie anec-
dotes: One eveninjr while dbilng with
tho Minister of (lie Interior Conite
Duebatel she admired the center-piece
on tin; table M. Dunbatel presented
her with the flowers but she exclaimed:
"Oh! it wjs not the flowers but the
bowl I admired so much." "Von shall
liavi It then ns well as the flowers"
answered her host in a sudden fit of
generally. "Monsieur la Comte" was
the answer "your roseai and violets d"-
light my heart but your center-piece
will bo thu oniann nt and wonder of
in) dining-room. It.clwl had come
In a cab to dinner. When the lime for
leaving approuohod the Minister of-
fered her Ids brougham to take her
home. "With pleasure" sho said;
"then I can take )our present with mu
without fear of IHug waylaid und
robbed." Her bot conducted her to
thu top of th stair-case himself. "I
nm delighted math moUolle" lie said
with asarcastio sinlio ns ho bade her
"(lood night" "that you would havo
my silver bowl; but joti will send me
back my brougham will you not?"
"Often IloiiMayu adds "did I dlno
nt Kachel's nnd u.o the bow) made In
the modal of Pliny's doves in tho cnpl-
tol nnd smile a svmpnthetlo fiullo of
fellow-fecllnir ns I remembered tho
story connected with it for many (vere
tho things she had rilled mo of. She
was not the dniignb-r of the Jew ped
dler or Either Iiii)H hfs wife seller of
old clothes for nothing. JV. Y. Post.
TtnaTtiro'i7S3ircrnntiiioiiii who said
HOME PAHM AND GARDEN
-Peppermint Drops' Twoouns of
jtignr ono oilp of wnter. Holl livo
minutes then llnvor with ono spoonful
of peppermint. Stir until thick then
drop. rhitaitclphia Call.
Tho wnlorlng troughs nro llnblo to
get full of 111th nnd rubbish nnd will
need nttonHon ovcry dny. Tho wnter
for horses should be ns pure ns can bo
scoured. Ci'icitinnft Jlsiei.
Cleanliness Is Important with
plant. An occaslonnl washing of tho
leaves with n spongo illlcd with elenn
wnter of nbout tho samo tempcrnturo
ns tho room Is bcncliclnl. Sprinkling
the leaves onco or twlco n week Is n
dcslrnblo practice N. 1. Telegram.
To tako creases ont of drawing pa-
per or engravings lay tho pnper or en-
graving fnco downward on n sheet of
smooth unsized white pnper; cover It
with another sheet of the snmc-vory
slightly damped nnd iron with n mod-
erately warm ilat-lron. Chicago Inter
Graham Douglinnts. To ono pint
of good frosh buttermilk add ono cup-
ful of Mttrur. two cut's n nlcco of but
ter tho size of nn egg half tcaspoonfiil
of soda and graham Hour enough to
roll and cut and fry. I tried tho cus-
tard pies mndo of water when I had no
milk and thought thsy woro splendid.
linked Custnrds -Ono qunrt of milk
foureggs fio tnblcspoonfuls of sugar
beaten with tho eggs nutmeg and two
tablespoonfuls flavoring extract Scald
the in Ik. Dour upon the other Ingredi
ents stir together well flavor and pour
Into stone-ciilna cups. Sot these in n
pan of hot water gr.itc nutmeg upon
each and bake until llrm. Eat cold from
the cups. The Caterer.
In cooking canned vegetables It is
best always to open them in a strainer
and pour a quart of cold water over
thom. Even with torn itois this Is use-
ful as It completely removes the juices
that may havo caught some corrosive
quality from tho can itself. After they
havo been thus washed let them air on
a plato for a tlmo beforo cooking. Es-
pecially nccossary with peas xnni
flageolet beans and asparagus. II'mJ-
Onion seed may be sown very ear-
ly lti the spring ns soon ns tho ground
enn bo placed In condition to receive it.
In'this preparation of flip ground it
pays to tako great pains. After plow-
ing it should bo harrowed rolled and
harrowed again until it is thoroughly
pulverized then raked clean of sticks
stonos and lumps of earth. As thus
prepared tho drill If a good ono will
sow tho seed evenly tho rows can bo
made straight and tho greater ease of
nfter culture will well repay tho pains
taken. Chicago Times.
Tho winter work of tho ganlen
consists mostly In taking care of such
crops as aro stored for winter sale get-
ting them ready for market anil In
running tho green-houses and hot beds
In which nro grown tho lettuce rad-
ishes dandelions parsley mint etc.
for winter salo. The celery and splnnch
pits need to be kept quite cool in order
to keep well; this Is not hard to do in
steady cold weather but in tho mild
open weather so common In our win-
ters alternating with high winds and
secro cold It is not easy to regulate
tho temperature so as to keep out frost
in tho cold weather and yet havo a
cool temperature In mild woather.-
Hipenso tit Pro'lurluC Aere ot
I will estimate the expense of grow-
ing an ncro of celery llrst sowing the
seed then transplniitlng. Following
this is thu hoeing the cultivating nnd
plowing; nnd then the banking pre-
paring for market and selling. Tho
number of roots per ncro will bo about
7000; four cnts per root will make
the mm of Si'); nnd In order that the
profits on mi ncro may bo shown toyou
1 will estimate tho cost of producing
an acre of coler) :
I'roi arliiir the lanl
llnetni thrro times
funking three times
Preparing lor market
Jlnnure. ten cords tho amount usually
sppllwl r uvrc.
The total expenso of growing an acre
of celery according to Above estimated
$219.60 or nearly four cents per root
for 7000 roots. 'I hnve made no allow-
ance for Irrigation should it lie re-
quired; but if tho aero does havo to be
Irrigated the expenso would not be
over $.1 jut aere for each time and It
Is seldom the case that it requires more
than two or three applications. IJut
when we do have to irrigate wo get
enough more for tho celery to moro
than pa the difference. I did not
mention the ttcand transplanting
which generally Is done after a crop of
cabbages or cucumbers; but in this case
tho rows are put live and one-half foet
apart and there is onougli more color)
to make that difference. For tho first
trauiipla'jtlug the rows are left out for
the celcy when thu land U prepared
for tho tirst crop and the crop Is either
beets lettuce onions radishes or car-
rots. It is icry seldom that celery Is
the oi.ly crop grown on tho land the
same seacon; but where two crops am
grown nr three as Is sometimes I lie
case taking them all together they
pei.erally make a profitable crop.
...questionably tha Host l'usturagr (Irani
for the iVrtrrn NUtra.
According to n recent discussion a
grass lu order to be most valuable for
pasture must poswess tho following
ohnrHeteiiittiea: la well suited to the
locality both as to Mdl and climate;
nutritious; pslatuble; capable of grow-
ing continuously mi ns to constantly
renew Its foliage when eropped; endure
the trumping of ntiimnls; bo easil)
The nutritlouMiea of blue grass fur
pasture U universally acknowledged
and need not lie argued. In like man-
ner Its palaUbility is aeknowledgid
Who ever saw a hungry animal refu
good blue grass? No other grass is
able to reproduce Its leaves so quickly
when they have been cropped. At the
iniM formed by tho blade of the I'-.if
tvlth its sheath U the region of grow Hi
sud here growth goo on loiitinuoush
Leaves have been known to attain a
length of from threo to four fet t. Wl.en
n loaf Is bitten off above this region of
growth a new blado Is soon formed. In
Ills way n leaf may )leld a great deal
it food throughout thu season. TliU
continuous growth Is ono of the ni'st
Important ehnrnetcr and upon it de-
pends to a great extent thu high value
of blue grass.
J tin it ell known tlint but few. It any
of our ordinary grasses will cnditro the
tramping of nnlmnls m well ns bluo
grass. It Is very tenacious of lifo and
place and will run out mnny other
plants. Tho character gives ft n high
value wherever tho ground Is olosi h
pastured llluo grass seeds abundant-
ly nml tho oed is easily gathered and
threshed. Sued is thus not expensive
and may nlwn)s be obtained lu good
quantity. It Is moreover not llllleult
to soetiri) a good stand of bluo urn in
a field llio seeds eprmiiullntr readily-
and tbeJittlo plants being jirefSWardy.
Taker a'l In nil wo feci that bluo grass
ran b higtrded as a perfect picture
9i. n. i inww
t Muiy iMim-stiit. iri'-m ami
i i iid I. iiim t k nnv
tho Awful Way In Which the Lnborers of
Scotland Hate to Ue.
My father Is nn ncrlcuUurnl lnborcr
fllid wns earning whon 1 wns ushered
Into tho world nbout ten shillings per
week. Ills hotiso consisted of but ono
room with ono window In front nnd
whnt I mny cnll n holo nt tho back.
Thcro was no celling nnd tho roof con-
sisted of thatch laid on unbewn. timber
ns black with tho smoko of )cnrs ns if
it hnd been steeped In tho Styglnn
Btrcnm. Tho whole of tho furniture
consisted of two beds ono tnble n
corner cupboard a "klst" to hold tho
oatmeal and n few chnlrs of most prim
ltlvo workmanship. Underneath tlio
beds was ccncrallv stored tho winter's
provision of potatoes ns there wns no-
where olso to kcop them llel.lnd tho
door In n kind of porch tho few black
Spanish fowls which wo wcro nllowcd
to keep roosted nt night nnd laid their
eggs mostly In n corner of tho lied
whom llinlrnwnprlinil stent nfoW hoim
before. Such wns tho plnco Into which
your huinblo correspondent wns
brought on n frosty December morn-
inir. whllo vet tho cutis thundered
around Sobastopol. 1 mnnnged to
live even in an atmosphere which I
bcllcvo would have stilled n London
fireman nnd before I wns ready for tho
operations of tho dominie threo moro
had been added to tho family making
In all ten souls nnd two beds to sleep
on! That Is a very fair samplo of what
the houses of tho married laborer) aro
In tho country districts of Scotland. At-
tcrllvlng n few years under tho "domi-
nie" I llko tho great majority of my
fellow slavi s was inarched oil' to tho
fair to bo hired for tho six months for
ths Scotch farmers only cngago their
servants for six months that Is thoso
who llvo In and about tho farmstead
who ato mostly single men and women.
I was not long In tho market squa.'o
when I was accosted by a rosiicctable-
looklng man who asked if I was "to
hire" to whloh I replied I was nnd
nfter n few preliminaries nnd a visit to
tho "ylll house" it was settled that I
wm engaged for tho six months for
three pounds and receiving my shilling
"carles" I left my future master tool-
ing that I had made a good start In tho
race of life in which I was engaged;
and It was nearlng St. Andrew's day
as with my wholo stock of clothing in
a bundle. J started off somo ten miles
or more to n farm-house. Arriving
there I wns met by tho master and
shown into tlio "bothy." I had not
had ninny comforts In my father's
house but when I saw tho sleeping ar-
rangements of the bothy my heart sank
within me. It was over tho stable and
just under the slated roof and with no
covering whatever but what tho slates
afforded from the elements; they wcro
not even "pointed with lime.'1 Tho
bedstead consisted of four wooden
posta fastened to tho wooden floor and
to tho beams at tho top. Cross pieces
wero laid to keep the straw which was
tho onlv mnttross. from falllne on tho
floor. Tho bed was made of a piece of
coarse canvas filled with oak chaff as
lumpy as if it had contained tin ladles.
When I got out of my kennel about six
o'clock In the morning I found what
few clothes wcro on tlio bed supple-
mented by a sheet of snow which find
drifted in between tho slatos. Such
was niv first night In farm service. As
for tlio" food It consisted chielly of oat-
meal morning and night at least. Win-
ner generally consisted of broth. Sev-
eral other places where I was engaged
for a time I found much tho same I
trust now that public attention has
been drawn to the subject that some-
thing will bo done by Parliament to
compel the great owners of tho soil to
build such houses ns nro fit for human
beings to livo in where n man can
brings up his children properly and
where tho common rules of decency
can bo observed. I trust also that
the men themselves will do something
by letting tlio world know tho wrongs
thev havo suffered and unrinr tho few
representatives they have In Parlia-
ment to push to tho front somo leg-
islative work on tholr behalf and there-
by help forward tho great causo of so-
cial reform in which you hnvo taken
such n prominent part. In conclusion
let mo say every word I have written
is from my own personal oxporlcncc
nnd I have not written one-tenth of
what I could. Pall Mall Jludgtt.
A TOC50 lady wrapped up In herself is
delicate parcel. Vhuago rtlegram
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS cm. March .
CATTLE-Shlprlnir steers. . 1 1 CO O 4 7J
11003 Good to choice hear
3 no ft
1 to ('.
4 10 ti
WIICAT No. S red
No. 3 red
No. 3 soft
IIVI Nn. I
FLOUK-Fanor. per sack...
llAV Laren balv.1
Ilirrrilll Choioo creamer..
Wlsit. M ssourl unwmtiod.
CATILR Shlpplnx steers....
Ilulolivrs' slcers .
OATS No. 5
CATTI.K Shliipinvmoers.. .
HlKiB I'sekiinr und sb'pplns'
Itri No. S
IKjOH flowl to tnoieo. . .
fllllEr Comtiimi In Kood .
FUH'lt (Jnod locholeo .
WllKAT-.No. 3 rod .
UiltN No ...
OATS Western m ud . ..
1'tiltK ..... 1
mutt Peeers. aud IVanralala.
It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases ef ths
ICIdnsw aud I.lrer
is iiiTaiuaino mr aiscatea peculiar Vi
AVomen. anrl all who lead aedentarv lives.
lldoei not Injure thetceib.inunlieailacher
produce constipation other Iron medUiMi a
It enrtcties and jiurlnes Ilia blood
stimulates tbe appetite aids tbe assimilation
cf food. relltTts itesnbum and Bslchlnf and
sKrvnstaene the muscles snd nerves
Vor Iitlarmlllaut Vtrtn Iaaallude
Isck of Kneriy ete.. It has no equal
' Tha rannlne has above trade mark snd
roasea red nnu on wrapper.
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liiiiv I mnko it t.i 'i it !'
A elorcrvman wns onco filling ft
pulpit by tlio RWMldo Thinking to Im
press tho truth moro distinctly upon
tho congregnlloiit many of whom wcro
seamen no urow ino nguro oi a snip
trvlng to enter nhnrborngnlnst ft licml-
wind. Unfortunately for tho success
of his metaphor ho know llttlo of sea
manship. After putting tho ship into
several slngulnr positions ho cried out
In n tono Intended to bo cmnhntlc
"Whnt shall wo do next?" "lloavon
only knows" exclaimed n disgusted
old tnr "unless you lot hor drift starn-i..rcmost."-.Y.
Whllo two Oaklnndors woro hunt-
ing In Contra Costa County camping
In San Pnblo ennyon Cnl. thoy wcro
astonished to hnvo their camp Invaded
by n deer followed by a California
lion. This afforded tho young hunters
n splendid ennnen to kiii nicir ursi
Hon but thoy preferred to tnko to
U. B. Sermon Vomiises of Indiana says
HL Jacobs Oil cured him ot rheumatism.
Hon. II. M. McLano U. H. Minister to
Franco corUdcs to the power of lied BtJir
Cough Cure which costs but twonty-UTO
cents a bottlo.
A homo oar Chines brethren w notice
Ah Tom. Ah Bine Ah ChonE but no Ah
Thcro. Is ho dead ( rhllaJtlpM Coil.
Invalids' Hotel anil Hurnlcal Institute.
This w lu jl y celebrated institution located
at IluOnlo. N. Y. Is organised with a fill
i-fT nt nlfMfwn ATOrrienccu nml skillful
Physicians and Burgeons constituting the
roost complete organisation of medical and
surgical skill In America for tho treatment
of All chronic diseases whether requiring
medical or surgical means for their euro.
Marvelous success has been nchloTcd In tho
f nil nainl. thmnt nm! luns diseases.
liver and kldnoy diseases dlsoasos of tho
dlgestlvo organs bladder dlseasos diseases
peculiar to women blood taints and skin
diseases rhcumntlsin. neuralgia nervous
debility paralysis cpllenw(nu) sperma-
torrhea Imiiotoncy nnd kindred affections.
Thousands nro cured at tholr homos through
mrretnondenco. Tho euro of tho worst
ruptures pilo tumors varicocele hydrocele
ami strictures is pi"i """"'"
.i.. M.M.nM nt. Him infttltmlnn. Horn
and strictures is guaranteed
I...- mild.nN fit tllA ttlStltu!
... It atnmntt for tho Invalids1
.- t .......... ... l.n Invnllflt (llllllfW
lr" . -.-.. . LM. i - .11 n.lnl
lars. Address V 'ortil's Dispensary ilcdlcal
Association Ut'llalo N. Y.
Is closo application to business nothing
on this footstool oxesedsn mustard plaster.
Todng Men Iteari This.
Tng Voltaic Hilt Co. of Marshall Mich.
oiler to semi their celobratodELKOTno-Voltaic
Uklt and other ELcemto Arru akces
n irlnl for 80 lUvn. to men (Young or old)
aflllrtnil with nervous debllltr. lots ot vital-
liv anil all kindred troubles. Also f orrbou
roatlsmneuralEla.paralyslsand many otb.
er diseases. Complete restoration to health
vlgorand manhood guaranteed. No risk In-
curred as 30 days' trial Is allowed. Wrlto
thom ot onco for Illustrated pamphlet froe.
Whkn do ono's teeth usurp tho functions
of tho tongue I When thsy aro chattering.
Ix .srother column of this lisno will bo
found an entirely new and novsl specimen
of attractlvo advertising. It Is pno of the
noatestwe have evor seen and wo think
any ono will bo well repaid for examining
the Munpoutt display letters in tho adver-
tisement of Trickly Ash Hitters.
ADvr.mm.so Is a good deal like making
love to a widow. It can't bo overdone.
The Oldjit Tree.
VThlchlstho oldest trco! Tho elder but
tho old mullein plant Is tho oldest in worth
for it Is now recognised of moro valuo than
cod liver oil In consumption. Taylor's
Cherokee Remedy of Hwcot Oura nnd Mul-
loin will euro coughs.colds and consumption.
A cow died In Sprlngfleld. O. from eat-
ing too many apples which gavo rl.o to
somo trouble In elder. CMeugo LtJgtr.
Gknn'sSufp'iiirSni'phcalsand beautifies. SSc
cnMAM Cons HtMOvr.il kills Corns A llunlons.
0ie swallow doesn't mnkn a summer
but If it is tho rlgut stall It will make a falL
rilo tumors rupture and flstulm
radically cured by lmpi oved methods. Ilook
10 ccnti In stamps. World's Dlsiionsary
Medical Association OJulIalo N. V.
WocLn It bo disrespectful to sing Old
Ilumlred on ths birthday of a centenarian I
Fon sudden colds hoarseness or Irritation
of tho throat ULo Ayer's Cherry 1'cctoraL
given away a Lrlds.-
Jirlred yet always
tut Ispringe Xevi.
Dnv nnd jrrny hair will liecome moist nnd
dark by tho uso of Hall's Ualrllonower.
Tnr two enrs of civilisation pton-cer;
frontier. 1'hltaMphla Call.
mm. - i.
Use Dr. Tierce's "Pellets" for all bilious
A WAU.rT liken iackknife is only useful
whon ojcn. Yrv Jlaren AVifi.
n month's treatment fur 00c. PIso's
Ilcmedy for Catarrh. Bold by druggists.
Au a fanner wants Is the earth. aukS
Crerrbodr needs snd should take a rood lB-tni
medicine for two resionsi
lit Tbe bodf Is no mora suiceptlblo tobeneCt
from medicine than st snr other sesioa.
3d. The impurlllca which bsra sceuwulsttd la ths
hloml ihould bs expelled snd tbs sritem siren tone
and strengtu. befora tbs prostrsilnf effects of wsm
weather aro felt-
Hood's Eariapartllali tbe belt sprtns rnedlclne. It
purtllei tbs blood. It tharpena tbe appetite. It tones
tbe dlgeatlon. It orercwics debtlllr. It builds up
Ibo wbols ijnem. Try It and rou wtu ba conrlnced
of lit superiority.
Purify Yo-or Blood
It-member wa do not claim that Hood's Sartapa-
rtlla wlU do InrMMlbllhlea We tell you puinly what
It baa done and aubmlt proofs from sources of un
queilloned rellablllir snd stk you frankly If you are
luffcrlos from any dlieas or affection earned or pro-
moted by Impure blood or low stale of lbs syitcm to
try Hood's SariapsrtUa. Our eiperteoee warrants us
In aaaurtof you tbat you will not bs disappointed la
"leas recommend nood's Sartaparllts to all as a
safe sura medicine. It cured me of terrible bead
aches and cured my little tirl or aweninga In ber neck
vbtch had been lanced twice.' Mai. T. E. Loan
Oatti Annua Oruuklyn N. T
SoM by sll drusaiiti. Ill all for SI. rrrrsred by
C. I HOOD A LO Apothecaries Lowell Maaa.
100 Dobos Ono Dollar
BOOl'intE-Illf-H JtAJIKS iSTAIXIONfl
01 the lnosl popular famUles
Xxtended l'txllarres In
ot franco and America
now on hand
v fliswlar.n fa f hfl
seaslBS a Nluil.Ilonk Inboth Franc and America
srbrro eiixlblllty to entry Is bsaad on auihcutln
eillrTi I bars a few Imroitfil. mauions oi
ldlTldual exesueneoimit n-n miniiie wamn
n lb retrehilroii hlnil-liooiil whlcn i win sail
t half tlio r.rlcn nf rwduiret animals of iual
arpsararc. 100-paira tlatalnai. llluslrstod
wilh n&ravinits sketch by lima llnnliaur
BSDltro. Address l. w. IJUNIIA.M
inu llu I'M Co-. Illinois.
Ho Rope !o Cut Oil Horses' Manes.
t ll; mi i ill :ih.Dr..
can noi ha l.rp4 br anv botaf . fan
rita. on rt
as I suibrnl
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IU.IWS. UtUtrhm TxISMSia
WARNER'S safe CURE
CURES AND WHY.
CONGESTION OF THE KIDNEYS BACK ACHE
lKFAM.tlAT10V OF TR KM)
xi:rs mAitr.it on vitix-
Catarrh of tho Bladder Gravel Stono
Dropsy Enlarged Prottato Cland
Impotency or Ceneral Debility
WHY? Bcciuso it Is the onlu reme-
f Anoint that hat potter to expel
the tir-lo (iclil find ttr-en ot which there
aro somo BOO grains secreted each day as tho
result of musctUar action nnd sufllclcnt if
rotnlnod in tho blood to liitl Ijo men.
It is tho direct causo ot nil tho nlrovodls-
oosos as woll as of Hoart Disease Rheuma
tism Apoplexy l'aralsl insanity ami
This great spoclfla rcllovcs tho kldnoys of
too much blood frees them from all Irri-
tants restores thom to lionlthy action by
its certain and soothing power.
IT CimtER ALSO Jaundice En
largement of tho Liver Abscess nnd Ca-
tarrh of tbo Rilo Ducts Biliousness llond-
ache Furred Tonguo Sleeplessness Lan-
guor Debility Constlpotion Onll Btones
and ovcry unpleasant symptom which re-
mits from liver complaint.
WHY 1 Becnuso It has a npteXfle
nnif jiositlro ricf Ion on tho liver as well
as on tho kldnoys. increasing tho secretion
and flow ot bllo regulates Its olnborntlng
function removes unboalthful formations
and in n won' restores it to natural activi
ty without which health is ammpossiDiiiiy.
IT CURES ALSO Female Com-
plaints Loucorrhcrn Displacements En-
largements Ulcerations Painful Menstrua-
tion mnkos Pregnnncy safe prevents Con-
vulsions nnd Child-Bed Fovcr nnd olds nat-
ure by restoring functional activity.
WHY? All theso troubles as Is well
known by ovcry physician of odu -atlon
iirfso from collocation nnd Impaired
kldnoy action causing stagnation of tho
blood vessels and breaking down and this
Is tho beginning and tho direct causo of all
tho otlmonts from which women suffer and
must as surely follow ns night doostho day.
WHY iVnrner'i Safe Curo is acknowl-
edged by thousands of ourbostmcdlcal men
to bo thi tmly true blood purllerls becauso It
acts upon scientific principles striking nt
nn vnrv root of tho disorder by Its action
on tho kldnoys and liver for If fieso
oroiinn ircro fccjif lu health nil tho
morbid tmsfo tnattcr no itendlu
iHtlnonou If retained In the body
Is jiasscil oiif. On tho contrary If thoy
ro deranged tho nclds nro taken up by tho
blood decomposing It nnd tarrying death to
tho most remote part ot tho body.
WHY 03 per cent of all diseases wmcu
afflict humanity nrlso from Impaired kid.
neys Is shown by medical authorities.
Warner's Bafo Curo by Its dlmt adtou
positively restores them to hoalth nnd full
working capacity iifn-e rurliitf "If
the above ellsonsra hertclf tehen the
tautt it rtmortd nnd wo guarautoo that
Warner's Bafo Curo is n posltlvo prevent-
ive if taken In time.
As you valuo health tnko it to nt'ofo
Ic.'iicsss m it will ntnll tlmesnndundcr
all circumstances keep all tho vital func-
tions up to par.
Wo nlso Oiiarnnfra ri Cure and bene-
ficial effect for each ot tho foregoing dis-
eases also tbatoverycasoof Llvcrand Kld-
noy troublo can bo cured where degenera-
tion has Not taken place and oven then
Benefit will Burely bo Derived. In every
instance it has established its claim.
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
particularly In the Bpring It is unoqunlod
tor you ran not t.m part blood when tho kid-
neys or liver aro out of order.
lAtoh to uour condition at once.
Do not postpone treatment for a day nor an
hour. The doetom can not compare
reeordH tctth n. dlvo yourself thor-
ough constitutional treatment with Warn-
er's Bafo Cure nnd thcro are yet many
years of llfo and health assured you I
nnr iEhY n . i .. CATAR R H
I nfl a in inatlon.
Heals tlio Bores.
Senses of Tan to
A Quick" ltcllcr.
a rositivo curc.HAY-FEVER
oif. lrtcsiientf.trrni.!lortl)ranrl.tt. Scndfor
elrciiltr. KLY lmoTUEU.S. llrunwl.'miwrio. .N V.
UIT AOAIMiT UltUOOIMTS.
BtTcrtl suits are proirtitUg In tbo Soprcms Court
Inrtcirttlocoontrrfenias' writ known trs4e-msrks.
Ilniislits sra csutlontd ssslsit bsnric Imllstlon
CAItIIOI.IOHAI.VI. I f parties who deitra ths
onulsuktar llsssr's Csanono Salts Ibewlll
end the vnlf rimed for carina: burnt Uutiti can
oret rounds ete TbltlbnllnOlntmfnt.
"Wbca la Ihs sprlnj I f elt ill ruu down snd much
debilitated I found llood'i Sariaparllta Juit tbe tncdl
cine lo build me up. My wife also after much physical
prostration found In Ita ue new Ufa and laatloa bene-
fit. L'poo our little Ctrl who bad been sfckwltbecar-
let ferer. Its effeet was marrrloua entirely rcmorlng
tbe polaoa from her blood and rcitorlnx bcrlosood
health." K.O. Stsattox Swampaoott Mau.
"Ihateutcd Hooda Saruparllla sndndlttoba
lbs beat remedy for Impure blood I bare crer takes "
If It lUrrss tlckol ant. V. A n. mi. Hound
Uruk X. J
Tono Up tho Systoxn.
"I conilder Hood's laraapartlla tbe best medicine I
crer uied. II sires ma sn sppetlle snd refnihloi
steep and keepa Ihs cold out." Junx B. Fooo IDS
frpruee Streel rortland. Me
"Hood's Ssraaparllla was a Godaend to me fort!
cured me of dyiperela and liter complaint wlihwbtch
I bad asffered 3) years." J. II Hoasascs South
ralJaburs. it. T.
" I took Hood's Ssrsspartlla for reneral debility and
waa wonderfully benefited by It." J J. Jonasoar
Mrs. O. IT Marriott Lowell. Mim-wii completely
cured of sick beadacbe which abe bajhadllycsra
by Hood's SariaparllU
Bold by all drsKlsla. II i six for I) Prepared by
a L UOOli A CO Apothecaries Lowell. Msaa
100 Dosou Ono Dollar
Survival of the Fittest
i riunr iiiDiti.ii toit nn iieued
a b aui ron TnriToc?rn or
UAH ANI BEAST f
The Oldest ft Best Liniment
EVKH MADE IK AME1UCA.
Tho Moilcsn Unslanx tlnlment lias
been known fur moro than thirty-Ore
jrara inn ores oi an l.lhimenls. foi
u.l"T ).? " VT- It enreswheh all
others fall and nenatrauaakln .n.
aian nun xioaai. iia aaiea iil.w m
and diiiscK to the very bone Bold;
Cures Rhsumstlsra. Nsurslola .maw mm XJjLUX.1 .ft. sTsJI I A
wa i i Ktut iit a.. I J n
A Maternal Sacrifice.
"Now I'liza lisrn to im "' lfl
fltlcnllon for on theso few wmU may
dcpt'liit your future happiness
"When HeDty comos this evenliig
nnd you pass hlnl llu ' wnth m
"Yes ma." . . ..
'If ho trembles with Joy ""
how ho llkrs your cookery. it '
shudders just mention cn ! ''."
your mother always attend to tho
'Oh' ma! how kind of you'"
nil'! tnnnlliin It. 110 Will
m.m lti. '.vlintl 1 IIVH .Till. j".
... . . . ...Ill Witt
ma'rrlaco nil will Too cxpli
-Trying to offset n bills Lamllonl
(to pliyATolnn)-I -called In llilii
morning for tho lent doctor llij-slclan-ll'm.
yes. You ""'
l..l.l .11 ll.u itinrn HIT. mr. i""-
pnlrs. Kvidently n blllntts
think I had belter write you out n pre-
scription. Landlord (cautloiis.'.V)
Let's fix up tho rent first.-'"?..'- a
Tii 1. anil sorest Itemfdr for Cure of
all diseases caused by any derangemtnt of
the Liver Kidneys Btomath and tlowcls.
Dyspepsia Bltk Headache uonsnpauon
Billons Complaints and Halarlaof all kinds
yield readily to the be neOcent Influrnce of
It Is plrnant to the taste tonrs up the
system restores and prescrvts health.
It Is purely V (jetable and cannot fall fa
prove bentflehd both to old and onng.
As a Wood rnrlCtr It is superior io uu
others. Sold everywhere at 81.00 abottie.
ur Catalogue. Onr
1T1CIM ana nreM
uahlo lo all
THFSTORRS & HARRI50rti;u.
AlSIiSVILii: MICE CO. Ullio.
OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIH.
TbeRweetOorofromatrceof Ihossmo nsm
froln In tha Houth Copblnwl wlih lea nuuls
Imto Ilia MullflnrlsntoMUei.lil nMds "rV
iiTllrtni(lWIJ-St'enu n4 II 0) tr Uijtle.
WAI.TU A. TAYIAJH Allnt. Ua-
Red School House Shoes.
Mii suoes f or liors
and Utrlitre solid d
tint dt.spr-Mnt vnu.
Thr are ihodd
frsudl. Anr unnu.
fsnurrr. JoUm r n
Ilctura vl a chooi
luil.n pJSCCd UtJUU
!! ! ihero
C l IlcndfrMi
Cathlcsrol It luN
M jrcmil oa.
lywik for His MHlS
sod its tbit Henderson's nsnie Is on llio Isbei bj'r
juu bar. Send for s set et uur finer Scuiwl tsnls.
OR SKIN CANCER.
Tor lefen yetrt X lafftrcd with cineer on mr -$
ElcbtmoQtbitgoifrlcad recomme&dfd tlio utevt
Swtft'i SprclflcindldrttimtnM to mike in effort
toprocarvll InthUI w lurcftifol nl bcnlt
oie. The loflaroc t tbs inedletna at fl-t wii W
"lied nrbuol lloii.'
omewbtt 2tiriTtihB tore t b jt toon ib InfltmmaV
lion was shared and
swboteTTa. Mr ceneral
m ilrnn.r. an3 m Al
I irrniaitnpro'feaTicriuv nn
tril health litrrctrlmtmTel.
rn ftblft Co do mr klnJgt work.
Tba cancer on my face began to drVreaaa and ths
ulrer lo heat until there la not a veallceof lllefv
enly a little icarmatkaihe plate.
Mm Joicii A. MeDoxiin.
Aiisai('S-. AUKunii. usu.
Trratlis on ntoud and Skin Plteatea manei free.
Ths Swirr Hraoirio Co Drawer a AUanu us.
iUdi utl ihn bftft irtRi rt urn !. ltB J rj;
cil or. I ! utvt lh tj ! f riT EriLxrar
r riLUMU 8ICSNK31 a llf Uof Ho4f. Iarriinf
rmlT t ewe tbm wrtt tuei BsKaaM ailsir ltf
ffcUod U do retuoo tot ni aw rartlf lac acara. wfl
a&c for traatlta ft 4 a fr liottli ( my Infaillbla
rm1r. GIt Kiprtit ami rmi Otnca. U wu jaw
Wa will furnish dspllestes of MIT. NTOCIC
CUTS or any oUier but sbowa In any Specimen
Uoflk. at or t!nw nnnfed prices for same.
A. N. KHLLOI14I ?(KtVHIAI'i:lt CO..
tleriroitrpera and stereoiypera
til 11 est blltd 81 Kansaa t llf.
PI risn't TUmidy for Catarrh U lb
J Best ljuleat lo Vh aud Cheapest. H
Also rood for riold In tba I tea1
Headache May rarer dc. UcauU.
STnr. Fauiiv Maoazine ono cargaa
un trial with premium tnraiily&Oo In r
O two-rent stamps provided you wind! D
tntiiiti! lirOl nrsofour rVf II VMiArFC
Ajnyourtnwn Koapsen! prepaid nnd no C
chnrKes It follow l'eoplo alwa) a huy C.
PriirstnpaftorKiilngitalrlnl Address C
Kauilv MAiiAZinc Wyamlatt Knn Es
DIKK'S HEAUD KUXlIt
tiswt . 94
mm eawsssatf trnttif
k" bssbs)isbi iwsw cuss aw wmm)
iiHns. itWHsss. smwhsU
rwAWuh mj t. ruuM tiu
aUt l'analvna and Incrraae ipcrlcnc 3) r.l
uccf m or t f p Hrlle (arclrruUrt and lawa.
JL W ycCUIlMICK 4bUNti3Clanatl0bta
l An swtlfsj M4 m ToTAa1at-rtrf
Mr Mksiiatad lipnni I iMtniti la ati
tansM. CattsU(iniMjtst ratal I'srilrulrs
(rt.ttaa4arilBUfarW4sTCo. Uotoo tfaaa.
Oil II ttiKtf WELL AU6ER & DRILlI
rnfiaSsll Address O.A.D110CKKrr CO
"iPTrW Catalosueifree. Kansas City Mo.
UflUC STUDY. nookki-oplnK. DusTness
fit) nb Forms I'cnmanshlp Arllhniettc Sbort-
band.eieihiiroueblriauht br mall. Circulars fres.
ll VMIMK 'OILI.Ur Hurrttlo N Y
CAI COUCUUAWTCfs avoVywhoroi
unLk-Orfll.ll Mnllll-U local and Trarellox
Write torlerms stalloasrperlsnca and ralary wanted.
loss co Maurrs sue ue
lieorss C( ClncUnail 0
I 1 1 la last KawarkJU.SeBdstampaforpoet's.
'reeled snd eurd wlllioottbe knife.
iiook on treettricntsenl free. Andieee
t-U FINK Hlooled Cattle Hlisopiro(r e
v i-nuiirr diw.1 for sale. Calstoeuea wltb ltd
suainluasfne. J. I' liiirerACiMUiaiesrlUe rs.
VOirrx. Jt rents vrantsil. tfbesjt
mine woris. a sample rnnM.
1VIIIIN WIUTIKO TO AUVRRTIBEH.
laaso say you law tho Anvtrllstuif at 14
prices IHiFY Cl3llKT
nr Nl'IV. PUIkKTrBI
CDCC CnalosTie InVali
rnlllloi7i3i nun lar'
I'rnlla. nnnnrlfe Hal irlllTIM
lions. Idus hear from yoo. IUi
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