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The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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human hair mi Wnh ytrtof nr, th* fln««t an') r «rJ from Uw 2W.h IV; tbn frv-h. HUiwt* hair i* th« IY*/ **ejt, Th* frtkl noniW 'if »*Ar«, of which , tv /m* krwwMfp may r«* rftAnln&l t/f tb». | 0-f/ti**/ apTiliarwrii now avaiUM'., nwitt\- \nu Ut Vtm. f/xik-er, l«*r»j i* Wnn Vt.Wt, (m U, Wm.Wl- Wltum onlyaV/nt I 8,000 ar« vi*iM« 17; thi nakwl | diti'Jwl lyrtwuajn tbi* tw'/ rifrrilupb'tr**. . • ». .. „...».. ., . auc Analjala of IndifWfMl l»vit- inrli/!a.t*s | that friafnritr, rfi'/r- than •!/,<!, 'I*r/irroin<?a Mil »(i(j»r c/mtmUi of lh« _______ Tim mirnW of aiftfa in * »i«[c/nn<l wl fn ttmcmiitt i» frilly iilfi'i million. IJn 'Uv Min mlttimim* th«/ iii«:wir<i »iifhfcy t/; th*. linear Innri. t;onirturi'oH r i>. I/IOMW. Detroit, Ml' h.. ae-e: '•'/(,« nrf-ft of Hall's Catarrh '.'nr* la wr/nnV.rfiil." Writ* hlrn about It Hold I// r>rti*j1«U, Tlia i> ntUf Rush fil'kril up Mf*rt MAD In a w)i»l«t <'iet In J»*lirlri|f »**. 'Hi-/ had ir/.l I "«t In a fo/( and li«<l »Wlfti<1 around Un dey« h-fore lislng f/li»le*d up. On*of the men ).»'! Kona road. "Tana tlma wliila tlma l», for lima will away." Many tifopla hara a tut tlma for li<,ua« rliiarilriff; Waiiaa of IU fcf'et (IIIII dilty, It bacornia «.a«y at all tlmat win. HAI'OMO. MONICA. f/iVK KTOfiy <>y MOOKRK JM78 7'ba pop* haa ro/»//innl> < at«d lila MI'MIII, to tli* (/atholla 'lotal-AUtlnania Union i A merit a. of 'riiouaarifla of (MM of famtta (Ill-tan li»»<i li«*ii lr««t*'l hi Mra. rinhliam, and *v:ry fuel rfordi'il. Mima ri'-nrila ara »»alliil/li to anff'irlrig woman, private f:orrf;apon'liii "i »ull< Itinl. illlz'un of \Ainn, 111., Iiara d'»I'l") 1n pay llin (J. II. Knf)(0 Klion lompanx %'//>,. trW lo «"< iitn tlm IIHull'in of tha < oin|ian/'n faitoiliiaIn tliatcity. A lady rctiirni'il from a foralKii l<mr llallin tnat liar IMIIIIII w«a attalalnnrf ),y tlm Sma of l./illa V., I'lnk Imm'a VfKulal/In (Join, ponnd. Karnti )iora>-« lm»" l,i-in klll'd In 'ara In f/'ana Mfiinty, /II., wltliln a nwt, Iwiauxa of Klaiid'<fa. I'rm aullmia t>i prarnnt Ilia <ll". aaaa'a apraad ara ImliiK inadn. rlTH. All f f,.»l,, Im Ki.iaa 'l 'taaiT Naaia llirniNFn (i., Klunflir llMt'lur'diM. Mar- J dllriMiittrM. 'i rNNlNM null Wl irlnl Imttl* frM l 'i 'It Mia, Maull U, llr. Kiln*. OTI ArahHI., I'lilla., fa. I Had iroji proapnila ara rnportad In lliir- rnah OWIHK UI ilrmnjlil, (,'olUm la a complnUi failura In many illnfrli U, filial. -naliKl. In uxi and rliaapaaL llau 'a Kaiiiwly for Caturrh. Ity drn»;gl«U. ROn. Danlnl Wlialit, who fnrmnrly kaiit a holal In 'I'nronlo, linn Imnn arraatitd for thamurdar of lila wlfn. If attllrli'l with Horn I'.ya, nan llr. laaaa 'rhumpaon'a I'.yu VValnr. \>t»nv,\n \*»-M \i. 'Km. A HU TntaraliiirK rnrraa|innilniit ««T« tha erepa In Itnaala ara not aa bad aa rapnrtad. Th» ukaaa avulnat tba aiimrtatlon of rya. tin aayi, la rnnafdnri>d a«a polltlral morea^aluat (larmauy, An wmimal offer —tho oiio thfit's m-flo l>y tlio projirK •tori of Dr. H»K"'« (J-turrh Itiunnly. Unufttial, but iiiudo In good fititli. It'» a reward of IfiOO for an ifioma- bio oaao of Catarrh. If you liavo ono. tho nioiiuy'fi for you. i * tit you ouii't know wlintlior you havo ono, till you'vo trlud Dr. HU^O'H llomnily. What'n Itmurablo by any othcri niottim, yloUlu to that. By Itn mild, •oothinu, oloiMiHitig ana hunlln^ projiertiof, It on ton tho tvorwt onaow, no raattar of how long ntandiiifj;. Tluit'H tho roatiou tho inonny can \m o(Torrid, Tlioro'n a risk alxmt it, to, bo suro. Put it'ft no fiitiull that tho' pronrlotors aro willing to tako It. Tho symptoms of ontarrh mo, hoaduoho, obstriiotlon of noso, din- ehorgos falling into throat, somo- (linos profuso, wntory. and aorld, at ' tthors, thick, tonaolous, inuootiii, purulgnt, bloody, putrid and olTon- slvoj eyes weak, ringing in ouni. dcnfnotsj offonstve breath ( BIIHOI |«nd tasta lmpalrod, and gonorul doblllty. Only a fow of thoso symptoms liksly to bo present at MONEY~FOR AIL EX-SUVES—MONEY IEQR0 PREACHERS AND TEACHERS READ. Mil unify uriUriforaHnlJ inw liiiiik (i'iiiilalii ||Tv Int. Naitriiinti, KufiaLiur Oulluiil, l««MiiyiMi!»i'tiiilliii'iiiiiiii, JIIIIIIIIT iiimiiiii,nm(iimHy •••••«•. [no iinuiia, IliumiX "1 Ui'A J 'm It wa* not t/i lit: do:,'-." ».r»ya fJI-a, pctiilsnlly, svU\rr.y.t,% i :*<:tj \**\j v.m- "I' ao't ^tfti:", wllfi yon. If - ii 'ifj"'in why It aiionld fall t/> tin; Kronri'l," »»>' yilZiCrrxlit. warmly, who li rl<-t<-ri»il'i alio* tii'.i'il ntl In n K'rnu that Iria 'l'in« duly for "Madarn 't Fuvirl," and tlif "Boh»- mlan f»lrl," and "M irlt.-ina," inviy* limn •nd off.. "I liavi; anotlK-r Idun," aaya Mr. Kelly, at Uih 0|i|i<irt'in't rnorn'int. "ffltl<aa n»"fnl aa your tint, yon may k'"(, II," aaya (l.lf.a, Willi t<ardon ihln Iriil'^- nation. "f am mlanrid'-rilwl," aaya Mr. K-Ily, rri'/tirrif'illy. Imtv/lih <li«..Ity. "I ahall writ"; in Mi<» M"iii«'ini'-ry. uii'l a k li*r lo maka anotln-r pilhi'tic lain a'lotit rn' - . Aa yon am Ix-nl on trampliri^tifi'iri »ri unknown K<:nln«, - jxxir hut proud, I nli.ill ri//t in*.!*! yon M,- <(ll;ilnt/:<l with till" hut l,>:antlfnl thrni^ht Wlil'rh I liavn iiTolvid from my Inri'-r ro». •T'lonaniTaa." "Iloii't f.ny thal!*it"ll It. l /i na," aaya Moril™, itiiKnrly, and In jH-rfi-rl faith. Mhfl k»o/,a |( -H of him lli-ni lh<t nthitrn, and may thi-ri'for'! lai (racnvd for allll Ix'lhtviriK hlin, '"f/iiuik yon, Mini licfiford. Ko/t 'an aoarahovna in'tan to ':nnh a rlmnic jiowiT. Von have, ria/l, of wmri'', that popular tuini) by unt /lO't-Janrfap!, calli'.d "Knld." "Yin," aaya Monica, alarliiic »l hi'""I iinan tin; icH'in In whl'ih In: haa ao fallhfnlly ilitplRti 'tl tin', way In v/hi'li two owapi'd Iniiiillri would l»i anrn tolfhav; If Iftft to ttmlr own «laj vl<;«--. Oinalilfnd aa a wutnliiK l 'i MI to k'-i'pholli •ml hata on Oilnny IfKtsth and llanwidl, It may Im ri!- K«rdi 'il M a ilnlir'at". iillmitloii. I)car 't 'i -iiiiy- aonl Im wrtalnly In a pnhll': hi'fi"fa'-lor. 'J'hiirn la a a»:«rin In that ninarkalili: po'im which I think rnlnlit anlt na. Yon riinimi- her where, ntU ;r imirli wild earwrim: In tho forn irrotind, thn prim Ipal Idiota ilfcldn m- on ildlni; honi" IOKI'IIHT, pillion faahlon?" "I I Oihik mi," aay» Monl'-n, v/ho plainly dnexu't, hi'in:' iiinch 'onfn'ii'd. '"I In-ii on I.I i fool «ln- >it her own and cllinlii'd,' and thnn iiln! ilrnw her nrin« roniid him In a moil uiiiiiaMenly fanhlon, If I reeolleet rli: il; hut of emir n triad |«o|ilii Md'/ln 1 vein -mi nl, |i»or H*MIIH ; they eiin't h'lplt. Now, aupiKialnc wn ailopled that w:eiie, wouldn't II he elfeetivii? One of Mad •inn O'Omrior a IIIK earl iaKi-lione 'i, If hroiiKht lorward, / mean thiione that kh'k- ed over tlM )tia'''»i,yeateiday, voiiil'l, I liini' ly helleve. rn •ale i|iilte, a neii«alion, and 111 •II firnhnhlilty l/i')n« down tint hoiiie." "The nli|<e, lerlalnly," mtyn l)e«iiond. "Ah I you appiovii of II," rniyu Kelly, with auipleloieiKraljluile, '"i;.'n let IIH iirrmiK" II at on'e. Mia Herefrom mlKht throw lnr amii round Ityile, for uxamplu; thai would be ehnriiiliii!.' I)i"iuiiilid lonhlliK nl. thin IIIOMHIII IIH If he would wlllliii;ly miiriler him, Mr. K"lly In •ppiirenlly aall 'iili 'd, iiinl -Ink" lo r ---tt v/lflt lila head upon hU m nn onen iiiorn. No olio IIIHU haa heard Hie Hiii:i !i 'iilloiia, "I think y. il IUIKIM help me, hi'ilead of KlvlliK volee lo Inian • propodtlonV' 'mya (l!i;a, iii|iin ii hfully, turning her eyen upon Ml. K'lly'a hn.veil fiiim, he la lyliiK proa- tral 'i on Ihu ifiaii, whieh I •' nhakhiK, In a pnhileil faiihluii. "I really </iil Imlliivii you," i.he aaya, wle'ii'iipiili thai. ynuiK man, •|irlni{lni( lo hi a feet, llliu ;a 1111 iv i mi wide, mid ap |i |, ali In im lui|ia>ialon' '1 manner lo mi uupre|iiili<< il puhlle a i lo lielher he haa not, lienii ni 'l ue; hi i hrnlii In her aervle.i] for llin IIIMI hall li< i II I-, "Then I WMII you wnuhl v,n ami i nek It In noiueliinly elae 'a iiervli'e," iiayii Mra. llnhllll, lliu!iafefully. "Hear herl" aaya Mr. Kelly, Ka /.lni! alow- ly iniiiid hlui. "Mie allll peralal i In Ihl IIIII neeiuly nhuae. ,She la hent on hreaklni: my heait ninl drlvlni; aleep fiuiuiulne eyelhla. It la uliKelieiiiUH, the morn no that aim known I have not Urn eoniuiie lo !e»rniy»elf from her helnved jiieaenee. Von, Ucimyne, mid you, Uu auioyne, ean nympiithl/.e wllh me: "Ihl'llll'lilien vile here tllllnl I wake llll'l \ree|i ( And all my tinu/.y enueli In Mirinw nlne |i." Kaney a frow/.y einieh aaluiateil with lefiral yrm know," repioaehfully lo (Una, "you, wnuhln't like lo have lo tin nil It." "Oh, do riiiiio itnd all down near me, mill he Hllenl," aaya <ll «a, In ileapenillon. "Why nut. Imvii a pliiyV" naya Cnplitlii Colihell, who, with Mr. Kyilii, haa driven KVrr fl'lllll I'lollhlee, '"I'lin pluy'a Hie HIIIIK," Hiiya lliliiu llea- IIIIIIIII , ln /.lly; "hut, when you are ahuul .lt, mil lie It n laree." "(Ill, JIO/" naya MlH'i KIUHWIIIII. with lliill'llleil nealllie; "nni/l/ilnw but Ilia! I Why not lei ua liy mm nl' I lie uouil old euiiiedltisl —The Hi'hiinl fur Hi'iinilal,' for exinnpluV" "Whiill" iniya Mr. Kully, vnry wnnkly. lis In plainly ipille nveri'iiliiii liy llilaHiiKKealliin. "Wv!l, why nutV" deiuiiniln the fair llollu, with Jiml II Hiiiipium of iiaperlly In liur Uinn, - mi miieli tw aim ever nllowa liei'.-eilf when In Ihe Hiii'lely nl' men, Him uiaUert up fur HIIH aliHlliieniai liy IIIIHIOWIIIK it liberal HIIIUO of II upon hnr iiuilil mid her mother. "II'H ||,'H HUI'II II iuiin<hly,liuiiKlity ptiiun," KIUH Mr. Kelly, hiialilully, himlliiK uu lion nnilile relreal from lila Hi at inimiiliiK. "NniiHeiiaet One cull utrlliii mil imythliiK ilhilnaleful." "Hhudeaof Kiiiieii-iinil Who would Im liiuly la iizloV" Hiiyn U 1 K»< "1 wnuhl," naya lliillu, iniiilcHlly. "Thiil la mure tlian KOUII of you," aaya Olxn, eiiHlliiLt u eiiriiiliH KIIUICII lit her from iniilur her IOIIK hiahim, "Hut 1 tlinmrlit, pur- hapa Vim, Her lulu, would you not tin (lurtiiito Hi' You know, hint HUIIHOII, thuy mild ynu wiini—" "No, ilimr, lliunltH. No, itufcal," with j um».. ™l ti*. principal irharafftfrr* are wilp | hi/; we ha7<; ,o: » real iau^h for -onif. I t'.rri*: why thro» away no/rh a jxr/</* I f:liarie>:7" "Oh I fhnl. " aayi (it*. }{ar< • d trht dlvm.'/ti la eaev-d t/y t !i« i\i*r-*TMiV fit • f'x,t nan. a t/r*- ray. • boy, f/f.ry tihb-. a n.ai-l, a ifood d'-a! of fmit, mara -eiiirio. bra-,d . »rxla, mul Ma/Um* O'O/i .re.r. 'f in- latter. Mi Vol the truth, hu |j .->-ri :>••• . « e.ia in tr.e (,r.v-v , of her own rv»a., an i i: :-, u<i.'; f/)iii>'. <\'i'-t\, like* (r'.arit r. fr"*ii'-l. Ui •••<• how h'-r (fne^ut «re (fi -trtn/ on. ' %'•'•'•'.'. I >•',!/rea'l happ y ," ahe MJ~» If /via Iv. ••Wear': mad 7;Uh p»rp'':xlty," aaynO'za. "What'a th'- rn itt .-r. then, darllnifT' «ayi M.i'larne. 'Herm a, like »Kwxl child, go and pour out the tea." "f'll t/|| you all alxmt It," aaya Brian, who la a a;i"/:ial faviriU: of .Madame O Omnor'a, (Vimin \ over Ui her and at/Kiplrif liehlnd her riiair P> whlaj^r Into her ear. Wlmii-zi-r Ii". fay, timki^ her liti ^h Im- rn 'Klerate 'y. It la ea«y Ui hrln< sinllea Vi her llfrt at any time.—her heart liavin? kept at a aland- till wt.il-t her b<>dy vn-fi old,— but now ah« «'iii' partieularly fetr :hed. Yea, yi'i, my dear O tfa, let thetn haTe their own way," aim nay-s merrily. "Vi-ry KWHI. I/t IM eornlder It a'ttl'd,' aay< Mr-. Itolmri. "lint I nlwulil like aome t;ihleau» aflerv/ard, at a wlndup." Ve'<, e '-rlalnly," cay-, ftonayne. "What do you think, Madame'/" I've net my mind on them," aaya lila old h ',*:es.«, tfayly. ''Yoi 're fin 'h a band '-lee hoy. I, Tie, thai I'm bent, on neeln* ynu in faney elolhei; and ao In Homebody clw, I dare aa'/. 1/>"U at thn children, how they Meal toward in; were there ever auch demure little ml'"? I luuie here, (b'or'ie, my ann, I havo jieache'i and pretty IIIIIIKH fnr you." The kind old aoul holda out, her lirina to two beautiful children, a Imy and Klrl, who are comitiK al'e.vly, ahyly toward her, 'I'/iey rue w, like llenma llerri '-k na lo be unmistakably liei i. The In t, c<iiui .'i!< »traii;ht lo Madnme (I 'Oiininr, 'llmbi up mi her lap ami layahU lamny cheek HKaili-t lien; bul the Klrl, iiiiniliiK lo IUT mother, who la buiy iiM'r liii' t'',a-trav. ne -ilp 4 eJo *;e to h'-r. ' 'ienlly, my aoul," »a -,a llermia. in a aoft whi p'-r, 'I hoiudi M he atlll calmly P-HIM out tbelea.wllh Kelly beaide her .ahe leialhenii- oecupleil hand fall, to mingle with the Kolileii Ireaaea of the child. Aa her heiul mu la the little utiniiy head, a maivcp. aweelne- c- 'pa ',11 to her face and ti an air e , It pi a hea vi nly beauty. Kelly, walelun^ her. mark 1 il .e eban/e. (lo 11:; pmiid lo the child, he would have taken leu in hia anii'i, aa in hin habit v. itn • In OHIUN Art ituw rmmtnif ^ iliiaepli Hiufaeu to porfeo- ntloully. UQW » ! »r * aliuij Mayor, 1 Fit jli'itilil aail niui'ii'r 'a 'iiTf "a , ltiri»«r nr H>'V •laVaainit- ni.Wiilf •liiiioa »liu«»« ur ii»niri,i.(o 1 j|ii hia jiea. Won rculalur, Ho ohl 1 KIIUII nit'i , lIlilHilli" liaat , if tliarkwaaarwrl nvaa uuiitutl raaaoiia rtiMinlir"""""'' » hr _ .Moil raBUltl] II l |«0OI |ft( l_ vs .il V !L^ Tuffs Pills Tha tint „»•• oltou Mt«nlali*a thn lnv«llil, living- t)lMtt«lty of luTiul, Imuyiaivtiy nfbody, GOOD DIGESTION. NgularbowstimaioUaitaMha ittMa Vwhlnstan, 1), a I UIUMI «ffiol«itt IKT SOLICITORS ThsBoft Olowof Th* 1st Aoqulrsid byLadlaa Who Uu | POZlONI'g Ml. The Soap that Cleans UIII|l|lll »lH, "Utihliull (liKm .. Hull," breukn In Mr. Hyiln, enllnmliiHlnanij. "()h, 1 any now Ityilol llniiio, you know, tlila IH hardly fair," HiiyH lliu llltlo (iiiptiiln. uoyly, who la looking piirlloiiliirly iiluuliod mul ill led ludiiy, In HIIIIO of llio hut nun. Tluiru la 11 HiillNlied miilik iipuu liln palo lll­ tlo llpa, mid 11 pour uttompt ut aolf- Hon iihiml Ida wliolo iiimuiur. "Vim know ynu took 'out by nlorm at roi 'lHliumtli lust youf,—itiivilu '0111 IIIIIKII like fun, Vou HIIIIIIIII HIIO hlin," IIUI-MUIU JlyUo, IUIIII'OHHIIIH ; uvniyhoily uomimlly, "1 'orliiipN you nu'iiii tho pint of Olmrlui Stu'fiuio," Biiyn ltiiuiiyuu, In HOIIIO atirprlao. "No. Jotuiph; tho sly one, you know," «u>'H HyilOi oliuulclliitf over HUIIIO louolloo lion. "Wollt It nuvur uuoiiirial to 1110 Hint JoHiipli'n purl inlRlit tio loi'iuod a funnu ono," suyn Mr, Kelly, uillillyt "but that allows how iKUoiiiut all wo IIIHII tiro. It will bo very kind of you, Oohbolt, to on lluhtou uu,—to NIIIIW UU tiuiuullilnv i/oud, lu fiwt." "Honlly, you know, yon HutUir mu ttbaurd- ly." suyn CoUUult, IHo aulf -ibpruulutlon ftuntor, tho unili -k hroiuler, liiiid ltussnioyiio, wlioao good tmn|)orla nut lila ttlrouK IHiInt, KIIUIOUH migilly ut hint, wiiuUiufrt tin oxplimlvo Bpuooh, mul walks away wllh a miour. "And Mir l'otor,—who will kindly under tukoSIr l'otoi-V" »» UH Oltfii, wltlin sinllo that Is fulntly saraitsllu, "Will you, Owoul" to Mr. Kolly, "Don't link mo. I could not not wllh Cob- bolt mid Mis* Vlizumiua, 1 ini'iin, 1 gliouhl only dlsKVftoo thoin," nuys Kolly, who In a mombor of a fmnmis drainiillo ulub, In Dublin, and who him Imil two oifora I 'rniu Loudun nuuuiKin't) lo Ivinul tliu rent boiu'dn, (uol I'm not up (o tt, Uuluvd." "I mwpoot yon nro nut," m\ys H«vmh\ll«i'» rick) with n middou sinllu tlml Uulil* np nil liei- uold ImpiWHlvo fiit 'O. Kelly, oiituliliitf It, omwlslnxlly ovor tohor, nlona tliu KIUBH, lndlnu fashion, and, Ilmlliui a fold of hnr KOYVII , Inyn his linn on It, and his lioiid on his min, mul rolupuoa Into HIIUIUIO, "llydu Ims (louo It," HUJ'H Uuntnln Oobbolt, "ludoudl" auys 01 _u, viitaluv (luostlonlu. uyos to tliu big murine slamlluK behind Moiv ' cl "K-iiJ,' \Yo-er~do a good doul of thnt sort of tiling Inotti'equii&y," swrs Kydo, wulv eoiMsiiDUR worth, "i luwe done an l>otor oituu or twlooi snd people have been . , . ' t *_» r i |tu 0 ittn «l»-> " wyowutbut- j gittuoe ftttu* other mmi, % toxim tiiera we uiwiy hip litoiti! urawpQyf iltt£^iS !^aa^^*Mni»' vwoViustWiuikUQwr, ' rowr euuu ar iwieoi »nu ueuu | itooil unoiigliiiol to-»" vfltu ft i >')itw mv. I hkvo » stylo of. m eiw-' 1 with mi eueoujtigliig i - •».>.* ar? r^*.rr^ci the »• i '-'il tii the laat dwrre*. Moni- Ci. fin• .nif a.U;bt.7, takea a enp from blm, •r.d Oliri U/e? tije »w,nd. Th'T*. la a »t.ort ?i;.-nee whilat they «tir th --.r t ^a. duririi? which Afadarne 0*0>r ,rior f » xif/vt em bediatinctijr beard.—It fr'rieraily r >ia atj 'i-ve eyery trjrnuit. .*;be U di c/,urv in:'entbu'laatically alyiut virnc V70..'lerrul tree in her orchard, literally ty/rne do^*n by fruit. Too never aaw anch a aL'htf" ahe la aay- ins?.—"iaden down p>tbetT«'-id. The firieat ahow of peara in the country. J w^a >>;,Iinz William he would do weil to prop i:. JJ;t I »ur,po«e It will niin the tree for the neit two y-ar^ tii come." H'ii.-it. the propping" aa .\<». Ilie eri'»nri'i-;a pr'rl boy '." Aiy* i.i- i:'ii!e-a. with Morir-i. "alio in trro-A-i,',^ re-.t e-» t ^.Tjcatb I>'-:uond', an /ry re rard, tun.a Pi her nerT- [FARM MD GARDEN, l«'i'Mi >yn». <:. you aiily ilk to a- ahe e IV aaya Kyde, A Mff^lfSfMEB P.EAJf r',aa «T AITI rrvXA¥. for her pitr" a» open her a(r* and aize. Some Hi-** a,-» -very nesrlitrent c-f their pisn wiileotheT' anintenti'.nal'y '.mth tixva. When a »i* prorea her»ei." Ti!n>h!e ah* ahonM iit retain*'! in prefereira to 'me that ra better in certain rwpecta oa? tried aa a dam. From !.h'» m'arf'i-*"* rtlTn** fair,ti7 the •o^r.d of the Bora '/i the »ar on the •r/.\ ar.-ithe - : t,-e *7>, The hi:>ide« In with iiiii** are ^,'o-». Ir .z. Ar.'I ti.* cattle Ii'- re>tir-s[ t^tea'.h the broad ft la mid-a*:m—er nooti, ar.'l th* ann In hia hi" —arm raj" on !h" 8-lory Ponr* <Ioirn arm raj" on v,*otn o: '•aKn, Por*-"^ repealing th* xor.'J*rfnl «!orr If* ta* Vi'.il rbrOT^h 'he a^jea *ir.o* tlnr.* had Ua t.lrth. ,-:r»tir.^ frora oJor.d" mot, child, n, belli* a Kp'-eial favorll every liur-'ay; hot lliia little d.ime, dr .i.- •))., hack fiom linn, repela him coldly. Then :e thou/h feailu^, hi 'iMelf iui ^incloua ,Mhe al'ev ly exbuidi lo bim a liny, friendly hand which hi: |i "cepK The likiineaa helssi-en tlila K rliv e '.ally and her toaver umther ia K>I remarknhle a . to lie IIIIUOHI ludi'-roiia, I think you haven't, j(ivcii Mr. Kelly evn oiie klaa lo-day," Kiiy.-t her umther, ami faintly, ami pi-r.aaluK the child cioier to Ii r. he la a ' Kill little thinu', la ahe mil'/" •laupl '-i- ahe liiheriPi It," naya Ov.ci •liy, will.out. Ilftiiu; hia «ye-i from th hllii'n fall lace. Mn'. Hen iik colora aliejilly. "Will j" i let me (o-l, you Koine lea, FavV MM a Mr. Kelly, adilie-ain^ the child alii><< mixliiiialy. No, I Iut: • I: you,'' aaya the fairy, nwee" but decide.ilv. My inauiniy svlll i;lve m halfiifliei . I do not like any other I' • I IIIII mil In favor to-day," aaya K- i,-. drawing b.u ii airl n'nrii^.'iliK hia HIIMI I. ; allKhlly, bul. Ioolilm ?il |-(thietlydlaiipp.i .i,'- i II, may hit Ihu child aeni thhi, h -eausi! • omea linpulalvely Imward, anil, ataieiui on tiptoe hefure him, holda herarma upwind lowiiiil Ida neck. 'I wuiil to hlaa ynu now," aim mtyn, sol unity, win ii he Ima taken her Into hia em- brai-e. "lint no one el»e. 1 only want to klaa I/on. aiiiiii 'lliuea, and u(M'(ij/a uiaiuma." I am eoiileiil to heaeeoud where inamuin In Ural. I am ".lad you place um wllh her lu your iiilnil. I ahoulil like Pi he a I way a with iniiiiiiiiii," aaya Kelly, ill) lailt'.lia a Utile, and klaaea the child iiuahi, mid phicea her eiully upon Ihe I'liillliil, ami then he^laiieea nl lb inilii. Hut lur race la Impaaslvii an iniiial. Nn I illM I I-MI, 11 IM;I! ilcepeiiH Ihe nnll- nary pallnr of her cheeliH. Him him HID HUuar-louKi polaed III the air, and la apparently Hunk In iibiftiiMe medllatinn. Now, I winder who taltea HUKIII' mid who diii'Hii'l," ahe naya, wilnklhiK up hnr pretty hinwH In profound though!. "I have been hele a month, ynl cannot, yet ho HUM*. Mr. Kelly, ynu tulist call KOIIIII nun CIHU to our AHfllntfiiK!'! lo tako round llio Hinfar, aa you ciiu'l do nverylhliiK." I CIIII do md/iliiff," Hftva Kelly, In a low lone, niler which lie lie ua away and (-alia lliliiu Deunoiul lo euuu! Pi him. CUIAITICIt SVIII. "Then It la decided," aaya Olirri. '"Tho Snlionl fair il Seumhil' thai, imil luhleaux lo follow, Now for Ihciii. I mi|i|ui-n I'uur ul- InKi-llier will be ipiltu Hiilllelenl. We iiiuat lot try the piilleiien of our puur aiidleneu puat enilui'iiuee." "It will Im piial that IOIIK bel'nic, our lal> :omu IIRKIUI" Hiiys Ulhi Itnniiyue, In IL low toiio, lie la ilimiml In n leniila ault of white lluiiiiol, mul la luokliig piulloulurly huml- aiuiii 1 . OIKH iniikiM npiutly llltlo rnotio, but no imdllihi ri 'HpuiiHO, 1 havo two mrmiued," HIIO naya, hut am illalracteil nhiiut tliiou nr four. Will tiny- huily uxttopt Mi. Kelly ciimo to my IIHHIU> nnunV" Oh, yuu'ie Jenloiia bniiiumo you didn't think of 'ICnld'iiud thoeiiri'ltiKii-lmt'HeHyoiir- HII|I," lelunialhiil yiiiinnnmn, with InolTublo IIIHIIIIIII,—"in- that Dully Varden ulTnlr." "Well, (hut luat inhtht do-iuoilllled H Utile," HiiyH OIKII, brlKliloulug. "Mr. Itydo In eniuiiioimoiiuimh rm- iinyililiiK. Quito an Idem tliurli," Quito," HivyH Ituimyno, with IIHIIIIIH. Then II, IIIIH tmiiiiKi'd Itaolf; Unit In, If you woo, iloiirV" miya OIIJII, turning to Monica. "11 ahull ho IIH you WIHII. I menu, I know nothing nlinut It, gonlly; "but 1 ahull like to help you If f can." "1 liioitu ynu don't ohjoot to tho HUhJont,— nr Mr. HydoV" anya Olgti, kindly, utmwitro Hint Mr. Itydo Ima uotiin away from tho tea- tidilo mid In now ohmo behind her. Monliin, hnwevei-, noon him, mid Hiuiloa oourtoouBly. "Oh, no," alio aaya, n» In duly bound. And thou tho fourth Is found mul grouped, nnd till trouble In ut mi ond. ! think I alionM nay, aoftly. Allow me to take you to It, 1 'fulekly, rornlng to her aele. "Mian ISerr-afonl la coming with rru:," ln- t'rrp'' <n I»-amoud. Hia f.v:e i.a pale, and hia •ryes flaah ominoualy. "That la for Mi-a iSer'-iford Ui decide." "Jilir: A/ia il I '-lded," aaya Ile^uioiid, -.-row- Inn; even paler, hut never removing liia eyea from bia rival's. He playing a dan^eroiia Kiiiu", hut even In the danger ii i-rMany. And, aa Monica continuea ni|i:nt,s great ]oy Hll» bia aoul. Hut until"—tx»f<iin the En^llahman.dox- Kcdly "1 hear " Mra. IP.Imn'a en;, h c .-urdn-,' her cmbar- ra'ament. .See P> It," Int '-rrup!-; I)e«mond, unemotionally. And then, lurnlng to Mon- ii, he aaya, "Come," coldly, but wl'b auch paalonaU: i -nli'-aty In hlaeya that ahe la borne away by It, and goeawith him mit>- mla lively aero'.a the lawn, until ahe haa ao far withdrawn her-e|f from her companions that a return would be uiidi:rn:ll<d. they K'i aa far aa the enhance lo the orchard, a Kood ipi.nter of a mile. In alienee, and then the aloriu br '-aka. I won't have that, fellow holding you In hia isruia," naya lJe -mond, pale wil.li irrlef and rai;e, ataiuiiiiK alili and confronting her. I thought you aaid you would never tie Jealoua ai ;aiii," aay i Monica, who haa had time lo recover heraelf, and time, tori, to grow angry. 1 nl -o said I hoped you would never glvo me cauae." "Mra. I'.ohuu baa arranged thia tableaux." "Then diaarrange II." "Hut lion'/" ",-s.iy you won't act with Hyde." "You can't expect, me to inaki) rnyR 'df laiijfbnble In Unit way." "Then I'll, do It." "And ao make me laughable In another way. I can't ceo what right you have to in- terlere," ahe brcaka out suddenly, standing before him, wllllul but lovely. "What nro you Ui nie, or I to you, that you ahould order me about like Mil,;"' "Yon are all the world to me,—you nro rni/ wife," aaya the young man, In a nolemn Puie, but with pnaaiouat 'dy angry oye.a, "Yon can refuae me If you like, hul I ahull go to my grave wllh your Image only In my heart. Aa lo what / am to ynu, that l.a (piltfl another tiling,—lean than nothing, i aliould nay." "And no wonder, loo, considering your iniiful temper," nays Monica, viciouslyjbut her tniin tiemlilea. At. tlilahe BeeuiH Pi loan heart. A very and look creep, Into bin dark eyea and lln ger-. there. "Well, <lo what, you llko about these wretched tableaux," iie aaya, so wearily that Monica, 111'.11..11 vletoriuiia, ieela Inclined to cry. "If they glvo yon a mniucnL's pleaaure, wlty should I rebel'/ As you nay, J um nothing to you. Oomc, let us go and look al llila fainoim peiir-lne, Hut ahe does not Hllr, They are Inside tho orchard, Hlamllug lull Ki -iiudeil H|iot, with nn ly aoine gieeu apples and an Ivied wa to see them. Her eyes are downcast, ami her slender lingers are playing nervously with a ribbon on ler t 'owii. Her lips have tkon a remorseful curve. Now, as though unablo lo realialii the Impulse, she lai her eyes to Ida for a brief aeeniiil, hul, brief aa It Is, hit can see that they are full of tears, "Hrhin," she aaya nervously. It. Is the Ural, tliiiu she lilu ever called hlin I iv his Chlisllim name, and he tin IIH to bel­ li face allll sad Indeed, bul altogether hin- priseil ami pleased. Now, Ihiilla good of ynu," he says, Thero la nothing guild about me," nays Monica, ti-aiTully. "I am as bmiiil as I well an be, and you are—Hilan, I will give up tlml tableau. I will mil he Dolly Vaiden no, nut If Mr. Itydo went on hls/tncta to me." "My d< ir, iteir love I" nays Mr. Desinnuil, "Do you Indeed lovo me," Hays Monica, KOl 'tly, In "spile of all I do'/" "I lovo you lieanue of all you do. What la them not. coiniiiondahlii In every action o youraV I lovo you; 1 llvo nlwiiya hi tho hope tlml HUIIIO day you will bo more to mo LIiii11 you itro lo-ilay. A presumptuous hope, perhaps," with il rather I'mced Hiuile, "but oiiu L ivt(( not Htllle. I suppose every ono lives In it visionary world at, lliuea, whero siiine uol InipoHslhlo she, reigns IIH cpiocn 1 duro say you think inyipioen In impossible, yet you llltlo know what iheiuua havo boon my pluyimites, night mid day." "Am 1 your iiuoen'/" Hwontly, "YIIH, durllng." "And you nro ghull huvo given up this tableau," "1 don't know what I should huvo dono If you hadn't." To bo continued. Ti« "ir.*!I -xor .^r. tt.at rr.orr.irie. f ir ro -.ir.^ ir, 'rir7.»oTi fr--j:n victor'*" won Alt r ,.i:-ir* wllr, n^h'. h<-*t *r,d b-asty it'im- Tri* iif*-lo -»iri7 r;r»'-ka mad* a riod of ft.' I,*n he r'>»eSfrorr. M/- "Ir.rnVra beneath the -iii 'ear,. JIo-w th^ 'UffMII". opened tr,*lr l.n'ta in the pttlt?. Whil* ih^ 1^*" ario 1 it.* Ur'l", In a ml'l-"';mmer Al! hv »t .-f.M !h* pT »l»* of Af.'illo to "Ing Who *!•* tail i ril*ty. Me***.! and hl»"*ing, r.'o'il'l tliu" r.or:'J '-*c,-T .rl nrx/r, rnortala tf. Mn* V/lrh hi- »mb'-*. r.o-w the tT ,'W'~t Bo-^*r <ar*a alriir. >*'>•/* ripci.h.g lie- ollv. Hi* 'ore arel tie- vlr.* APhoivti life-"- I.a* long fad'-'l, with all of h*r '!• Ir* Wire over earth'* all of mortal, though e**r bright',""* a "liailo— ihe »r,l*n'lor wlnt*r'a long riory, 'I'll'* .line- *'in "I,* ririi/*, W'hll" f .O Ti'JiT'i li'.ary, In-te'-- ir, hia rhariga Tlirouyli the I ^.lnt7 of *prlngtln.f of "iiifiini-r, Th'- Klori'-- of a'ltnrnfi, are! r'-'l, Ui- r"p "a'" llic "irnc I'-gefi'l to carlh'a latei coiner Thai le- told tti'.TIr.t 'liy wti'ii In- *'it,k In th w-t. o longer w- wor"til|i ttie fablcl immoral*, ;.'or bow to tli"lr lin»[.'"»j grivri in .ton", Itnl -A" 'binly ill.'crri, aa tnori^n Mia half o|i"ri'- lyirtal", A power iin'«"ri, tlioiit'l, not a* unknown. "iSoghut 1 oiiu now tiikomy ten lu liouoo," Buya Ol«u, with u High of iivutoimd rollef. "H'ho would he n Hliigo -nmuiigorV" "Ah I you don't dn niuohof this kind of tiling In Iroltmd. Idiuo Hiiy," miya Mr. Uyde. "Whnt kind of tlilngV" suks 01gii ,MWeutly, who doosu't llko hlin. "Teu-diiiiklng I" "No—noting— or—nnd tlint," "I'm nl'rnld I'm (pillo nl HIMI about tho '(fine, 1 " Hiiyn Olgn, slinking Uor blundu houd. "reiiiaps wo du u good ilou) of It, perlmps wo don't Kxplnlu It to mo." ("Awful Btoonld pmiplo I—not • word of trutli nbout thulr retuly wit" s»ys Mr. Hyde to himself ut this Junuturo.) "Oh, wull—or—lot us oonllno nursolvas to tho noting," ho suys, fueling soniohow ut a loan, "it Is now to you hero, It sooms." "I ourtululy huvo never scted lu my life," boglns Montent "bu—" Mrs, lioliun lutuiiiinU her. "Wo win a hupulutisiy buulglitod lot," ahe inys, mnltlng Uydo u pi-oauiit of a bountiful smllo, "Wu uro miilly behind the world— •niouoo"—shrugging Uor shoulders imUuHlo ttlly—"lo tho hist dogi'oo. Vou, Mr. Hyde, luivo opouod up to us possibilities never diviunt of uMuro; tuuohus of olvllliuUim hlthot'to unknown," "1 shnultl think In your ease a very little tuition would he sulUoHtnt,"sftys Hydo, with suoli Uliully onoouragoiuent In his tone Unit ltmmyno, who Is nt Olgu'sfeot oollupses, mid from liolug abnormally grave breaks Into riotous hmghtor. "Vou must lunoh us stage offootu,—Is tliat tlio jiroiwr torml 1 —nud oorreot us wlion we boU-uvtoo oroHHun Ignorauoe, and—above all tilings, Mr. Itydo," with nn areb gltmoo, "you must lmunlso not to lose your tempor ovor tlio guuofwn'iss of yuur Dolly Varden," "Whose Uelly VardenV" asks Desmond, Doming up ut tills lust nut laden wltliqups of tea.' •'•.•-,• "Mr. Byde's." "He Is to bo Hugh to Miss Beresford's Dolly," soys Komtyne, "Ves, Isn't II i good otMonloa?she lifts consented to Uke the part," says Qigo, who COL. DYriliNFORTH TALKS. THE HOL'xEHOXW r«lth aad Vlenec. Thej d-»**il apan tha* radiant ^alr: In *tl"*f*n: zarl/a ap^*»r: An'l -hi.* th* io-" of rr.en '.h *7 ahara, P»»e **t / ,»rai* aiura her*. A zoloVn Um^ th* *ITA di*p:*je, ()i il2ht «'.il <-.;*ar and keen; Th* otr.*r *»:it" 'r.*ath "tATj r*J«. With •ometim** rjoifj* b*t -**o. Tlie Toloe of or.* en loin* rh* »f«a To m*'*, \rA -«*iyh, ar.'i ^roi':: The oth*r lifv "x^.tar.t a;*". Ar.d ir.ij mirrr.ar*, "ts*i*." Both trv.Y.** of *!*'*"t.ls! h:r-.h. Toeatb ty* '.r*f;*r.ce i-n*n. To !vu*r.r* «ho lr.'*rpr*t* K\r.h, To Faith the ***rof IJ"»7 "o. thf>"e it him. Irwi aria the !<r.5t '/ *>/»Srvf,!ra frot .-i hU fa/.*, rani'he'i *oe dre -str./ sraw tr'/;. r.iM •n**. T .-e r.-.er.-." of v./> jr>.- ent rjvl croirried ir, or^- ir.«*->c* fr.* "f*r.n:-»»io6.a of ttv» ' TV t,\::.- •eif .-li-ain. 'i.<- ai>r*. rr.v. 'tfitr- i.. f '.,-,e tender. • ,»»:.'.!/ f >tr.er '.f -v;" *»• .:r. w» <iigrv-'. F'fjrrit'i/ he •:.-»<» i.-. r-% j to tht treisVi.tsiif joith. WV.r. *'.e '.i-v,D of a rr .aa 'o <:-, with D-.atter" o' !jf/? ar.-J 'U*i\'t an-: ',.-;>. fahe it»<;:f. he >a:i. ioi.r >tr.pbaticallj: "'N'o, r.'ij jir.r.z ir<:TS. I 2 »r.'t y.'i i.iS more «!; » V.V.;LT -HA !-:f'y vi dot. Titer." MOI.TKF. A*a A f.JIIM/** M .'R -K An In*ident In tha l.lfe nf fierm^oj « Ore^teat i"i*r,*ral. •x.i- In *ce rJ.ivirj.n 'i'y of F'. wa» (rre-af <*i''.iteir.*r.». or.- -.; Kmj -Tor Wji, "August Flower" For Dyspepsia. A. Ik-.anger. Prcrpr., Store Fcuo- tiry, Mont^ay. ^ib-c, writes: "I , hive xr-s-A Au?us* F'.o-wer for Dys- -.f.yv.\. It rr.t ?reat relief. I •'•.'.u—.-z.t.zA :'. Vi all Dyspeptics u • -.'rry g'/yi KXif'.y." YA. ?/^7S- r '~. G*aer»l Dealer, \A".7.rn. iV:vl; Q_tb^c, writes: "I h-»ve; -ivfi At:?t -5*. Fi-iwer with the XSAX . yA-ivi:t TAU\S for Dyspepsis." f.. F; M. c. Whll- w« throw t fnl.l.-., >.'«•! He- «lin'kl'-" down Th" lln". • we ga /e on The *eii*on atnhle, Vt'ho 'nn ilonlit tliat Th i Ihe w Ifi'l*] irnythologi'ftl ami fetter" of fal*« creel* changing, y*t author of nil la dlvlnef KAIIM NO 'i'KS. I'ut, wood ashes and Halt, where the IIOKH can «et at them every day and hour in the Jay to take a lick. If pulverized charcoal and sulphur arc needeil no harm vaill Im lone. There is not, much more expense in pro- lucinir a (food three-year-old colt than in l/rowing a good steer, hut there is nn hp- pnciable ififlerenc" in the value of the product. The wool clip in Australia this year ia the lurui-M. in the history of tho colonies and will reach 8100,000,000 in'.value. There will he 20,000,000 bushels of wheat for export from Australia. I live tin: hens all the liberty possible, eil hut little corn, and in the cooked food l/iven he sure that there is a small rpntnti- t,y of linseed meal and animal meal. Kven a teaspoon of each in a quart of niiorla will he found of great, value during the moult- iut/ period. llrlllltiK va. Mowing-. We are sorry to see that every now and ifgaiu some advocate of broadcast, sowinig of small grain UIIUIUKOH lo get himself lii .-aiil through some of the afgriiailtural journals. I'ructiral men, however, now uirleraland so well the advantage of (lrill- ing in the Keed that little burin is likely lo result from the contrary advice. With a i/unil drill the seed is distributed with precision unil uniformity at any desired depth, heme a saving of seed urid a better stand, since the seed is so 0f |iuilly (lis Irihuleil Unit, the individual plants have room for proper growth, drain that ia sown broadcast, and covered with tho harrow or other cultivating implements is ulwiiya unei|uiilly covered, so that their is a waste of seed and u consequent uneven stand. Tlio harrow IIUH its use it. thn work of grass sueding, hut it is lining nnd cultivating the soil, and not for covering In seeding rvith a drill it is of first importance to huvo un iinnlumnnt tiiat pt. lecH.v regulator) tho depth of sowing, nnd it should place the seed deeji enough HO Mint il is surrounded with moist soil, mid not placed in thn drier Hiirfocc. Tho drill Hhoiihl also press tho soil above tho seed, leaving it proporly compact, while the general surface remains loose anil mellow, Compacting tho soil about froshly ^hinted Hiii'il constitutes ii grout factor in its germination, and should ncvor bo neglected in Hold or garden. Coat of I'l-oilnnltiif. Hatter. IJuttor oiiu ho providod ut n cost of twolvo COM In ii pound, according to the ro suits of oxperiniimt.s made, but to do HO tho silo must ho used, tho food given judiciously, nml tho COWB must ho of tho host, producing not less thun 800 pound» of butter por your. COWH that produce loss will inoroiiso tho cost according to the difference in tho numhor of pounds below ilOO. The joya which live and grow are which are -bared --ith other-. What'a gone, what'i pa"f. help. »hr,T]!] Vyt paat f/ri'.-f.—Shake•jj'-are. 'f he lonf-r the oh-erving man lire" the more he find-! out how little lie Ifn.w-. The man who dva not work with, hin heart will accomplish very lit'le with hi- hands. That which i.a good to Oe dor.'-cannot be done try; »oon, and if it ia neglected to l/e done early it will frequently hapr>cr, that it will not )i". done at all.—li:'hop Mant. J>it your light shine; that i" what it i- for. Ho of ali gifU and po'--'.flHior» of body, mind and ftatato, they are for n-eful jitirpofea and should not be covered and dden. The man who pray*, in proportion to the purity of hia prayer, become* a apiritual l/iwer, A nerve from the divine brain. h'tncj power anew uoftth forth njton hit :!low.«.—Maulonald. Why "honld we live half-way up the nil, and swathed in mists, when we miphf. ave an unclouded sky and a visible um over our head a if we would only climb hii/her, and walk in the light of tiia face'/ i)r. Maolaren. Kanaaa Phlloaopfiy. A man can never live down his folly. If ia still worse with the woman. There never was a dog ao good that he would not give fleas to his bent friend. The fear of U'lnn called a coward makes lots of cowards try to act like brave men There is nothing more discouraging < man than the thought if how great he is intended to ly. O'­ er; .„e a mi:ar..». W J.' he w,:- a Reat In <• I I.ltlle Tblns* and Illg From the I.nlheran. "A Persian proverb Hays: 'Do the little hingH now; so that big things shall come to then by and by asking to he done.' S often we lose the opportunity of doing little things and little acts of kindness be anno we are waiting for the opportunities to do great or grand things, or, we forget to do what it really lies in our power to do." Ilia lliilii'l'i-ndiicliiii Theory llnta Not llecii ICulublUliml. WAKIIINIITIIN, I). (!., Ang. 25.— Onl. Oyroufoi'th luia liiiulo iv Htntemont. to tho ugrleultiinvl dopurtmoiit of his mill• producing oxpoi 'liuontu in 'IVXIIK. Ilo Isgroully oni'inimgod, but :lous not hold that lila theory has so fill' boon Indubitably cHliilillshud. Ho NiiyNt "I'lumo r .i tiifntIn whore our imrty IH woi 'Ulng wen) no colnoideiieoH. Tho iii'uvliiiiH condition of tho wonllior, It would Koom to mo, would liilto the ooulhleneo thoor.y from the mind of ovon tlio must HKoplionl. Thoy hud hud no ruin down thorn. Tho •riiin-nroducoi 'H,' us tho iiowKiiiinoi'H fulled thoin, wont ut Il nnd tlioro was rain, lint, of COIII'HO, It will ttiltu uiiii -o thun htiH boon do no to oonvlnoo tho gonornl pulillo." lOx-Monntor lllulr publiHlies tt onIMI this mornlntf In . \vlilib Im oliilms n lilioi-nl NIIIUO of (lio honor fur oi'lgliuillitg tho roelp- roolty Idoii. Ilo suyH that tho bi -nlim of thoAmorl uu people aro not nil In any two hotids, i'ot ovou thoso of lltir- I'IHOII ami lllalne, although thoy may huvo moro Hum their siiaro. While inuny othora inuy huvo coiutelvotl llio Hiihstiinco of his lunomlmont and also of roolproolty thoy still laoltocl tho op. portmnty to plnite Iholr Ideas lu logla- latlvo uhivpe. Tho consul general ut ltorlln roportB to the treasury dopurtmoiit that certain oxpiu'turs of paper from (lorminy omploy convict labor in manufacturing tholr goods. Under tho aot of Oetober I, 18WI, snob Importations uvo Illegal. lORtriiutlous have bueu given to soouro aauurnte Information on this subject. TO ALBERT'S MEMORY. A Gi-ciit Waatn, Much of the corn foddor goes to wnHto nnd in not used al. nil. One of tho greatest problems that confronts farmers is how to in alio good UHO of tho com foddor, proporly secured it iH an good to food IIH much of tho wild hay, and soino prefer to timothy for fattening stoors. Tho corn Hhoulil brt out before tho front, nnd uftor husking llio stalks may bo placed near tho HIIOIIH , ami either cut up or fod wliolo during tho winter. _ It will more than pay for tho longer time tliat it takes to cut and iuiuk, and at ull limou tho stalks uro n (jood HuliHtituto for hay. Mutton, Tho production of mutton must bo the main object of tho shepherd now and hereafter. Tho roaring of tho ahoop for wool ulono in it rolio of u somi-barbarous pastoral industry, and m consistent only witii ontonsive ranging over an othorwiso unocoupiud torritory which npprouohos in character to a desert of wildornoss. Although thlB has boon to a largo extont the character of tho western sheep herding, it is already passing away, nnd tho ond of it is within night, Tho poor, light sheep uro no longer profitable, ovon for their lloocos and uro rapidly being replaced by larger iiniiiiiUs with heavier fleeces and oaronsscs lit for the butcher. Hi* Dovcnly-fiecond Aunlveraurr or Prlnve Coimorl'» Ulrthdiar, LONDON , Aug. 95,—To-floy Is tho sevoutv-secoud anniversary of Crlnue AlherVa blrthduy, whloli tho Queen makes It n rule to pasB at Halmoral, aud lu nocordance with her annual praotlce tho gentlemen of tho household aud several of tho upper and eBtuto servants, assembled at tlio Prince's memorial entrn and there drank In silence a bumper to his memory, This oalrn Is a pyramid of -stone, which is the most prominent objeot on tiny hill above the castle. Many of the atones are marked with the Initials which represent all tho members of the royal family who were alive during Priuoe Albert's life. (wmna-t^yow naughty KWI You'We r.there was In uwpia^ iT % t thwe,•! , , it o>i r dl«nVi_iil n uJltot* For Winter Wlient. Land for winter wheat should ha plow' ed boforo tho griuiB, or whatever grows thero, hns acquired a ripeness which will prevent its rotting whilo the ground is under tillage. Tho first plowing should be no doepor than to out off, with a sharp plow, the weeds and grass between the roots nnd the branches] the second should he as deep as the soil will admit, Whenever tho ruins havo rendered the ground hard or closo, or the grass and woods Login to spring anew, it may bo harrowed and plowed, or plowed only, at discretion This operation may be repeated until sood time. Repented plowing for wheat is necessary. Without it the earth is not sufficiently broken and mellowed. By frequent plowing and breaking over a piece of sandy ground acquires an oily softness when passed between tho fipgers, and is the surest token of the fitness or the ground for wheat, After this preparation it may be sown at the rate or one bushel of clean wheat to an acre. P. M. 0. 8elt ItarlT While the OropB that ate held baokfor higher prices may sell to better advantage later on, ao not lose sight of the foot that every day causes a loss of weight. All crops ore composed largely of wajteri and a portion of this water is oonstAwy erapV 4 jiJueiof^bjr^Mw;ii .j i lie .'i r'-p:;. Krar .7. - I'- -11'!,. Mm r. .• hr.Me.l 1 t, nia one. Been nml tfnanen. The unseen is greater than tho Reen. Ihe friend that you love is not the form that is visible to your eye. It in the un n spirit, the aoul that iH invisible to sons", that awakens your affect ion. The outward and visiblohas no power over the heart, save as it in a symbol for tho unseen intelligence that accompanies it. We are dealing with the invisible world even ' ere, although at times the grosser things of sense seem to so fill up our vision,'" Methodist Recorder. (live. 'Perhaps you havo a great mind; perhaps you hare un eloquent tongue; it may he you have a large purse, anil can' glorify and blesH (iod and mankind with that, lint perhaps yon have nothing in tho world hut a kind, sweet, smile; then let that fall upon some poor life tliat has no HuiilcH in it. Itemeniher that a dewdrop glistening in tlio sun iH just as beautiful IIH u rainbow." G. II. llACKiitmsT. .IAPANKSK MAIDKNH. Tlmy nrn llrlKht, Happy, nnd Often Kx tremely 1'rett}. Din physiognomicl mobility, nnd variety and ilelinitenoss of expression, Jupanuso women aro doubtless, an a rule, inferior to our women; but by way of atonement they have a fixed facial expression of ami ability and girlish sweotnosH that is extremely facinating. This charming expression, which is a result of tho liubits of obedionco, kindly disposition and desire to please, inbrod and cultivated from their childhood, in common to all CIIIHHOS from tho humblest to tho highest. In courteouHnoHH, esthetic tastes, good manners, and personal olounliness, tho lowly and ^ignorant women ofaJapan are far suporior to tho corresponding grado in America or Kuropo, and indeed, to many who muko pretouacH to a higher sphere. lioBldos tlio expression of amiability, thero is another one of contentment and absence of worry tlmt iittructs ono in theso women This is found oven in tho servant-maids who are always nt bock and call; oven in the laborers in tho muddy, malodorous rice fields, under a hot sun; oven in the poor women and girls who, for ono cent nn hour, spend 10 hours a day stirring tsa with their bare hands in u hot ksttlo. As regards sparkling, laughing eyes it would bo dilliuult to find anything to match tho dark orbs of tho Jtipiinose maidens who* you chaff them in English, which sounds HO funny to thoin, or in (your) Japanese, which Bounds moro funny still l'hoy aro the morriost girls in tho world alwnj 'H ready to laugh on tho slightest provocation, and their laugh is an musical as their language, Thoy are naturally fond of reading, and thero is a largo literature especially written for thorn by authors, mule and femulo. As regards the latter, Mr. Aston remarks: "1 believe no purallel is to be found in tbe history of European letters to the remarkable fact that a very large proportion of tbe best writings of the host ago of Japanese litorature was the work of women." Were I asked. "Are Japanese women bsautiful?" I should say that Japanese womon aro rarely beautiful, because they age too soon; but Japanoso girls are often extremely pretty, and as a rule delightfully sweet, fusoinating and girlish. Japanese meu, porhaps, seem to us somewhat feminine in physical appearance, but in Japan itself this doos not Btrike tho eye, because the women are BO muoh moro so. They are, indeed, the moat womanly women in the world. — H. T. Frick, in Cosmopolitan. h-v \'v.z.'.f. {!:-tr. -. a::_r.t*<l a? tee Hot StT.u.i! th'- :.-.. ; r.r -~. , :i •-he -'reet^ to tr.e i .i^.'i .ir.\t ^-i h "* •• girl of aoou; txentv -ont je -»r-. r. ,. j.t.k* fo-irveur o!-i ix ,y 07 tr .e hjr. i. .-. ,e. wanted to --.-t the emptfor. \r.'. ~ v- :., r anxion- to -*-e tr.ece,eiir «V'i ir^r.^-ri ::,-> wt,f,-e tf'.ori '.-i-coTiman-l t-a-o f t .'-r • r u er» had foti _h*.. in v x in ; "- ! - k~» • 0 for a >afe »helt »»r f 'r i.-r l.fi- or painfully -he 'j .ittied i er ».»y th-••>•> /r. r crowd-. Ir. the vio r. t} I. where I'. w.« *b 'Jt off i .y '.he i /.-.UA. r.- ante fell ur/jfi ._i oi-1 n-.i: pnzz.ed awit i.is unif.r:i:. it- : irur,f ier" or a r»i! *'ay - thotiz 'r.t-. "I will le,-,-.. the <st\ and rh- r .ext moment -n-.- ir .a Ito tbe old g.'-ntleman. pre -'ed a •;• into his hand and -al i: ny.f n.trcier, wi ;i ;.or: Vt k'ir-J to keep thia lit'le V ;y with y- return in haif &n 'hour. I wr look at That Mo:tke. - ' liefore the old iren'-leman the pp-tty tfirl w». i/or.e. I. : . w.-.a t '-mi 'ly friarit -i.e'l. Fi:. i fellow IK:C .me q -iiet .;».•! i,:- r, watci, \f, hi., ear and proro-.-e,! tiikn. Meanwhile the Alpine irirl way through the tro.v-l-. >t. liiiUKirf .k and threw i:i --'s to hie m .ije-ty, hut the exi-.-'.te .i Moltke, did not appear. With a di -.i;point >:d countenance .-he r '-turn-.-i to \ little brother 's nur -e. Thank fi.id that yyi are here with ray Franz'-l! \)> you know, financier, the newspaper-, lief They sail Co-mt Mollke was conjingand he did 11011,0111.! ' I Do you know, girl, the new-p -iper* 'lid ! not lie. Moltke is here in the city. Of course, people do not know him an 1 that is the reason he i* not senii." J/e is here?" the girl siLrh .'d. -troking Franzei's blonde enri-. "IJ'u. d -.ir! tie- nrettiest Alpine crosa 1 would give if I could see the general." 'Good!" said the old _entkm;'n, ch '-er- , fully, and he took a car.1 from hU p -aket- and on it he wrote several word-. "II •re. ; with this note come I • the hotel tomorrow j mornirg at 9 o'clock. I 'll warrant you ; that with this you will gain admittance to '; tho field marshal. Hut du not forL "-t the j Alpine roses!" i •'IH it really trii"?" asked the girl. ! 'Well, I shall try, but if you have tibly-l \ .0 me, financier, I will "cratch your eye- ; out when I mi .el you. Ih-re is u /. vanz- gerl. Huy your-"if a iiieasiir* i i b--'-r with it; but, Ii-' -a. don't _* -t urunk! Now, God bless you! Goodnight." With a pleasant smile he left with his rich gift. Punctually at 9 o'clock the next morning the Alpine girl stood in the doorway of the hotel equipped with an immense hunch of flowers. With sniirkingcountenurice the adjutant in waiting took the card, and Vera followed him up the stairs to the saloon where the general was quartered. After a short announcement, by th-t officer the door open- 1 _ _. Cned, hut, ut thai very mymentas Veva en- 1 lcir£Jf _St tered, she dropped her flowers, and screamed: "Holy Mother and ,St. Jo—," for she stood before tho man who hud taken care of naughty Fruuzel, and he was the commander-in-chief in full uniform, and adorned with orders. "Won't I he hung?" asked Veva, when she had recovered from her first fright. "Sir General, it is really true, 1 could not help that I did not know you." Moltko smiled und reached out his hand to her. "Fear not, little, one," ho Raid. "It is ull right. Thanks for your dowers, and I will give you thin dollar. Fruitful played with it yesterday. With ugracioussmilo Veva was dismissed. The dollar is still a, hallowed token in her family. Count Moltko often related with pleasure how ho earned Boventy pfennings as a child 's nurse. Engineer and :»y. Australia, Flower his effected is ay case It act- G».r>. Gw*. C',r.r.th,ML«.,wTite_: " I cor.v.->:r your August Flower the be-1 remedy in the world for Dys- I was almost d»ad with that divr-v:, -ut u=«d several bottles of A::,'Ust F!-.-.'.:r. and now consider my sail f 1 v.-jil man. I sincerely recommend this medicine to suffering humanity the world over." • 0. G. GREF..V. Sol* Manufacturer, Woodiurr, .Sew Jersey, U.S. A. 0 *VI5 ENJOYS 3«th the method and results whea Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant sad refreshing to the taste, and acts G ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys, TOT and liowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cores habitual eonstJpaxion. Syrup of Figs is the anly remedy of its kind ever pro- dooed, pleasing to the taste and ao- erptaole to the stomach, prompt la Its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its ssanv excellent qualities 00 mm end it to all mod hare made it the xaosi popular reicedr known. 8rmp of Fin U for sale In Me cnd'tl bottles by all leading dnif -i jurtc Any reliable druegurt WM *AJ not haars it on hana will prose ro It promtJtly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any fuhstitnte. CALIFORNIA FI9 SYRUP CO L $AM wutottoo, ML umtnui. «v. smr iwt; sui We Katiibllahfi'l ISAM. Dresses, Gents's Clothing, Kuutliors, Olovea, etc., Uycd or Clcaiicd. l'lusli UuriiiuiiU Blviiiiieu »t Otto l'iutcli's Dye Works, W. Water Ht., Milwnukiia. Bond for 01 lur. It) rcu- The London Chronicle referring to Sir Huctor Languvin'n ruslgnnllon Bays thuro tun bu no doubt that the wliolo system of public works In Ciiinulii recks with wuatcful. Hess and corruptee. Th* Oatly Oma Bv >r FrlaWl-Ca-i Toa rimat Ih* Woi-aTf •aok mk a different il >rae -kMli disptey hi *«bllsb (xl In tkl* paper TWort are UQ two wordi alike In either ad., ex «ept One voeaL Tkis arord win be lorn* U Uwai for Dr. HaiWa boat Toole, Utile LIV-BT Pttti a**d Wild Obetrr Blttora, took for "Cwa «»iiu>» trade-aaal-k. Bead tbe ad. eatelnlly, and wkn /oa Sad tke word send M to tawea aad they will revarm yo« a book, keaatlfml Uthoanra«tM and aaraple free. IN it. rAWK SHOP. The Thoughtful Hun'a l'rompt Ohentfe of liweo. He was a man past the prime of life Threads of silver glistened in his dark, wavy hair and the sharp plowshare of time had loft furrows in his strongly marked face. Ho sat in his place of business with hU elbows resting on tho counter and his head resting on bis hands, but his thoughts were far away. Of what was this mau of business thinking? Or of whom? Did financial embarrassment threaten him? Were his thoughts disturbed by apprehensions that nis cozy little home was menaced by creditors? Hud some of bis investments turned out badly? Was he planning and scheming to add to his wealth? Or was he thinking of his enly daughter, the pride of his heart, the solaoe of his declining ye^ra whose oharmiug features reproduced in sott and flowing outline and expression the sterner visage of her father ? Wus he thinking with a pang, of the conscious blush that had vied ber lovely cheek the evening before when tbe rioging of the door-bell announced the cowing of the tall shapely youth who, perowwoe—but let ut not anticipate. His reflections were, in tenanted by the entrance of a customer. The latter, a young man, came lorward with an embarrassed air, looking tastily .about m 11 to TeaMnre .hji»i«f(hat .they 1 were alone, aud wtyb a tumbling voloe ha Thi V othasl' kaaaly Boils, Pimples And other indications of Impure blood, including Scrofula Salt Rheum, etc., cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Two Uottlea Cored Her. are the sellers of Dry Goods in the State. There is a responsibility attached to that— You expect more of this store than any other This column will bear the store news to you from week to week, If we cannot serve you at the counter, intelligent people are here to attend to post order* Catalogue for Autumn, 1891. ready soon and scut to 70a for the asking Gimbel Brothers Dry Good* Milwaukee THE Q» ONLY TRUC IRON TON IO Witt purify BLOOD, reirulatf uuoruor, build »tren*tii, renew -ppntltt, rcatorn health and lDdUoatlon, thaftlroirfeilt ilulely " - brUliti ivanuu. Hiaiurau /eel* . almolutoly eradicated. Hind brlKiuened, qrala power Inoreated. • liouea, norvea, uu*. clos, reoelve new foroe. 1 tutrertoK from eomplalnU pe* I oullar totholnox, iulDg.lt, dnd , a tare, apeody cure. Returns OlBBOLL, Iowa, July, 1889, I WM tafferlns ten yean from shooki In mj heed, to muoh ao, that at tlmee I didn't expeot toteeover. I took luediolnoa from luanrdoo- tota, but did not get any rellet until I took Pan-air Koeaty'e 1 Nerve Touloj the aeoond dote re. Uered aud two Iwttlaa eared me. & W. PBOX. Wortli IU Wtilrkt 1st Gold. EUK.T , Dak., Jaly SS, 1800. The ronng man ooncerued hat not now Uu •Ihjhteat ayniptomt of fits, alaoe utlng l'attoi Koenla'a Nerre Tonlo, I eontldtr U werUi Ita weigh', m gold, j, 1, SHBi, Paator. Rev. John Red acker, of Weiphalia, Kan., wrltee, Oot. IS, lew 1 'Xbare la a U-year-old boj here, who auttered from at* about a Tear, I ordered a bottle of Faitor Koealg'i Nerre Tonlo KOKNIO MED. CO., Ohloago, III. DVildkrPiaiS«taUat «l pew Bottle. Ofbras Ie--wlMae.all.tB. «BotWefcraa. roae bloom on cueeke,boautluos Oomplexloa. Sold everywhere. All gonulue (oodi bear " Soud ml oent •tainp tor 83-page "OreaceilU pamplilot. 01. HARTER MEDI0INI 00 It. Louis, He. "Hang It All."»^ twTih'.^^i ^St ^Vi; Ma, nraa laugka. Tommy utee It, KlUle < Hie worth of aura fun for 1 Sc. AnonUwi kuadrode dollr. Mallod postpaid ou reoelpt of price, js_a ante wanted t eel rianR.w»DBU, co., urn. 1 •laaaanvll*. kli Can You Do It? WACENT8 WAMTtD-W l ^uluQiXla ^^erwa M STYLES, im* •OLID , CuaHiOHea >NCUM *TIOTlRia, H |.ba_ rialili, nailUaUrialaueWarkauMlilp. Me-eaaenlfieiS Oaulaiaa Itm. far lyiuTinu, ea., MKI 10 eU. ID tu-SlZ ustawaM .es. ssi .stMaists.suia.ruia7nh $10.60 """yild 1 ^ 288 - SbuuM H . 1 ?dtS^ RNBW ' $18.00 B»d lor Kioe UM ej aaj fell llae. roWl OUJUL MS Weet Waaw 8^ MUwaakM, Whw N "ill ,we. A7_. ft'•• OBIouieie-t. tV m FIT FOLKS REDUCED Q__3 ^a ^(l WIS. PUB. 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