The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on November 7, 1891 · Page 4
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Moot and a j - llll iiurt lilooil and a ureiiarli Cl»(l 8 »»»l ««,aawtta.* i ". * _ Iiulltnac wstor'er'atlli. 8ol4 •alf la balf-|«und Una, hi Uromirs, lakallad thmt- JAaaKS) ttwm A CO.. Homojopslala Ohsmisis L OMUOH, K KULAMD. MurUhid frmua." Made •Imitlr with piles; INSTANT RCLICF. Curuliil»d»»» Aun-i-ri-uiruti. Kuiiuiuu. Nu ttelvu. rlu •uiiiii.iuujri. IUHKUV uuuayn**. Address U. UKWKa.UuiMuffsw fork oilj.NT Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands. MONICA. A TRUE LOVE STORY. "I 'm not your child; I 'm mamma's,'' *ny» Fny, firmly; but, having so fur vlnil ratwl hisr inotlior's cliar.tctiT, she ROCS mi villi hor tnlc: ''Wlion ho got up lie didn't limlc n bit better," slie say*. "Ha looked worse, I think. Didn't you, Ullc?" ndalrenslnu- lh» «trick«ii young nwn la lite window. "Anil I nlwiTS tltoutrht Itwnsonly children tvlm said their prayurs to people, nnd nut. the jrrowiMip ones. And why il-d ho cliiuise 01<n? Wasn't Uiore maiiiiiin'!' And wsisn't tlato Mndnme? Yim wnnlil linvo let 11m say his prayers to yon, Stadntn". wniiidn't you?" turning placidly to herliostess'. "I should have been only too ehnrni '.I,— loo highly flattered," says Madame, in a stifled lone; mid thou slin gituswny nlb>- jtetlier, ntiil breaks into n ray and hearty InuRh, tinder cover of which Oltn bent-i an Ignominious retreat. Mr. Konnynp, feeling rather tlmn aeelni tlmt his collunipin In this disgraeiTiil 1 IT ilr has taken fliulit, puts down his briislns softly and jumps lightly from the op 'ii wlielon to the grass bennath. Then with a sp.' il lhatbelonsrs to his Ion? limbs, he linr.i". toward Hint corner of the house thai nil lend him to the hall door; as lie turns It, lit receives 01j ?a almost In his amis. "Von hero?" slio says. ••"Oh, that terrible childf , She don't umlersland, poor little iioul." And then, ns tlioiu ,'li the rcrollcction overcomes him, he nives way to uncontrollable mirth. Such unseemly levltyT'saysMrs. Bnhtin, In a dlsgnstcil tone; but, after the vaguest hesitation, alio laughs too. "Come to the orchard," tmyn IUinuyno; and to tho orchard they go. Here, finding a rustic sent nttlie foot of a gnarled and moss-grown apple-tree, they take possession of It- It Is very unfortunate," snysOIgn, with s sigh. Her fair hair Is being blown like a silver cloud hither nnd thllher, nud renders her dlstrnctlngly pretty. "You mean our betrayal by that child?" "Yes. I hope it will cure you of ever being so silly as to go on your knees to any woman nenln." "I shall never go on my knees to any wo- mnn but you, wholhar yon accept or reject nie." "I am sure, I don 't know now I nm ever to face thoso people Inside, nirnin." lierj she puts one dainty little linger between her lips nud bites It cruelly. "There Is nothing remarkable hi having one's accepted lover nt 0110's feet," "But you nm not that," slio says, lifting her brown nud seeming half amused at bis boldness. "J)y one word you ean mako mo so. "Can 1? What is the word? - ' This Is puzzling; but Mr. Ilonayno, notlv lug daunted, says,— "You have inly to say, 'you are,* nnd I >m." "Jt Isn't Christmasyot,"saysMrs. Bnhun "you shouldn't throw cotitindt tints nt me out of setisnn. It Is too much! 'you fire and I rim.' I couldn't guess it, lit'.lued; I'm aiiythln:; but clever." "If you say tho '1 will,' yon will And tho wluiinn to our conundrum nt once, "But that is two words." "IJ I UM , does the fact that 1 lovo you carry no weight with It lit nil?" "II11: do you love me- rcnllyr' "Heud I answer that?" "But there are nihers, younger, prettier." "Nonsense! There Is iiodn.ipruttkrtliun yon in this vidu world." "AhI" with n charniini smile, "now In- •l.'cd I believe you do love me, for the Greek Cupid Is blind. What n silly liny you are to ua'c this mutter? l"or one thing, 1 nm older '•linn you." "A year or two." "For another " "1 will not listen. 'Stony limits cannot Ito'd love out;' why, therefore, try to d s- cotiraie meV" "But you should think " "1 think only that if you will say what I itsk you, 1 shall bo always with you, and you with me." "What Isi/ottrjoy Is my foar. Custom creates weariness I And—'the lover, Iu the husband, may bo lostl'" "Ahl you havo thought of me In that light," iixcl lims tho young man, eagerly "Beloved, It you will only take me, you shall hint In 1110 both lover and husband un til yourlifo's end." Too smile lias died from Olga's lips; sho holds ottt Ucr hands to him. "So be it," sho says, gravely. "You mean It?" says Konayne, as yi afriiil to bclU've iu his happiness. "Yes. But If over you repent blnnio yourself." "And If you repent?" "I shnll blnmo you too," sho says, with sudden return to her old archness. "And you will refttso Bossmoyiie?" Shu laughs otilrlght at this, and glances at hlni from under drooping lashes. "I can't promise that," sho says, with carefully simulated embarrassment,—"be- enuse—" "Wlutt?'.'haughtily, • moving away from her. • "I did to ycateitluy." "Oh, darling, how .cruelly I misjudge you 1 I thougltt—I feared " "Never mind all that. I know—I forgive yon. l'vo a lovclu temper," says Olga, with much self-gratulatlon. "»< "Why did you refuso him? Was it," hopefully, "because you didn't like him?" "N—o. Not so much that—ns—again this shameless coqitotto hesitates, nnd turns her head uneasily from side to side, as though afraid to give tittoranco to the truth. "What? Explain, Olga," says hor lover, la a fresh agony, "As that I—love t/ouf" returns she, with heavenly emtio, Ills arms close round her, nnd at tills moment she lets nil her heart bn seen by him. Tho mocking light dies out of her eyes, her tiiou grows earnest. Sho lets her heart beat with happy unrestraint against his. The minutes fly, but time was never undo to bo counted by blssf ul lovers. A gong sounding In tho dlstanoa rouses them from tholreoiitotitod dreaming. "I inttst go and toll Uuuuln," sho says, starting to hor feet; "that Is the dressing boll." "Yon won 't let her lnflucuoo you «BOlnst mo?" "Nobody could do that." 8Ue moves away Trom hlni, nnd then runs back to him again and lays her arms round his ncolc •••vWYgii are irioro to mo now than llennla, Slid tltewwtol" she says, softly. Yet, presently, whan she lliuls hcrsolf In Qermln's calm presence, her courage somo- what fnlls (tor. It Is not tlmt she for n 1110- niout. contemplates the) idea of having to glvotiplier lovw, but slip Is afraid of her cousin's gold disparagement of both him sndher. . f-, "I liiivo Jtist promised to timrry Ullc," she says plunging without pwf ace Into her story, with e boldness bornof norvousexelteiucut, ; "To many liiint Why, 1 thought yon looked upon him as u ntoro uoyl Your 'baby,' you used to call him." ! i,i!!. ,,r Q' , i ,h ! v Wt'iit iswliv 1 have aocootcd him. A baby should not bo allowed to raitm, tho >vprid At, large,wltho«taome ouo to look ^TO )*u lovo him; Olga?" >'J ', Vy «3.Irto,».says 0|g», dellantly. "You mny scold me If youullke, but a title ten', everything, and lie Is worth a dozen, of that cold, stiff Kossmoyne." , "\VpJ4, 'teurest, ns yon have given him the of you,—yoyr, henit,-rlt is well the rest-slnould followi'says M M ,Uorrlek.toit. deily, "Yes, I think you will be very happy with him.' 1 . '„. , This speech Is so strange, so unexpected,! so exactly unllkeanythlng sho had mndo up her mind to receive, that for a moment Olga, Is stricken dumb. Then with a rush she opniBii bark to glad life. , > > ...t'Ool wnlto? dol.dteam? are there vis- Una Rlisyty »l>« < .r,v« iWliv. wb»* ««0tV ntentstionvyonJ • Xw 'changed m. tlmt,' apparently." rt <f, - *• •H have,'' says Uermls, very slowly/ m «igB, urnwuign deep sign, -on, tlcarr Then, villi a wicked but merry Imitation of Mrs. llcrrlek's own manner to l,c., sho goes "Yon are throwing yourself away, dearest. The world will think milling of you for tho future; and you, so formed to shine, •nd dazzle, nud—" "Uo will bo a baronet nt his father's death," snys Mrs. Herriek, serenely, v'.th a heavy emphn-ls 011 tho first pronoun; mul then suddenly, ns thntuli n-hamoilof this pcecli, sho lets hor mantle drop from her, and cries, with fonie tender passion,— "I don't care about that, llonr the truth from mo. If ho were as urlynml poor ns Mary Browno's Teter, 1 should marry him all tho snni.', just bccait-e I love him I" "Oh, Herinln, I nm so i;/dd," says Olfrn. "After nil, what Is there in tlio wliolo vide world so swoct as love? And nsfor lio-s- moync,—why, ho couldn't tnaUe a tender speech to savo his life ns il should be made; whilst Ullc-0/1, he's charming/" thftti-i * Oh, not Uasiq't be trite londyetr- CnAl 'TEtt XXX. And now ni^lit has fallen ntlast upon this Ion?day. Ag-ntln wind is shivering tttroiigh the elms;a glorious moon has rKen In all It-t beamy, nnd stands in "heaven's wide, pnthliss way," ns though conscious of Its grandeur, yot sad for the sorrows of the seething earth beneath. Now resplendent site shines, and now through a tremulous mist shows her puro face, nnd again for a spaco Is hidden. "As if licr heart »he IwirM 8tooplnglhrniii!h n lleccy o'oud. Miss rrlscllln, with a sense of new-found dignity upon her, has gone early to bed. Miss I'cnclopo hns followed suit. Terence, in tho privacy of his own room, Is rubbing • dirty oily flannel on tho bright barrels of his beloved gun, long since made over to lilm ns a gift by Brian. Kit Is sitting on tho wide, old-fnsliloned window-scat In Monica's room at hcrslslcr's feet, and with her thin little arms twined lovingly round her. She is sleepy enough, poor child, but cannot bear to desert Monica, who Is strangely wakeful and rather silent nnd tllMraltc For ever since the morning when he hml come to carry Miss Trls- cilia to Coote, Brian has been absent from her; not onco has ho come to her; and a sense of chill nnd fear, as strong as it Is foul Ish, Is overpowering her. Sho rouses herself now with a little nervous quiver that seems to run thiough nil her veins, anil lets her baud full 011 Kt's drooping head. . "It grows very late. Go to boil, darling," she says, gently. "Not till you go," says Kit, tightening tho clasp of her arms. , Well, that shall bo In a moment, then," says Monlc.t.with a stilled sigh. All through, tlio dragging day and evening sho has clung to tlio thought tlint surely her lover will come to bid her "good-night." And now It Is late, and he has not colli-, nnd— r Sho leans against tlio side of the wide-open casement, nnd gazes in sad meditation upon the slumbering garden underneath. Tlio lilies,—"tall whlto gardon-liilcs,"—though it Is Into in tho season now, nud bordering on snows nnd frosts, nru still swnylngto and fro, and giving most generously a rich perfume to tho wandering nir. Earth's stars they scoiii to her, ns lifts her eyes to compnre them with tho "forget-uio-nots of the nngnls," up nbovo. Iler first disappointment about her lovo Is desolating her. She leans her head against tun wood-work, nnd lifts her eyes to tho vnguely-1 luted sky. Thus with faco upturned slio drinks hi the fair beauty of tho night, and, as its beauty grows upon her, her sorrow deepens. "Willi liow rii'i. tijin, 0 moon? thou cllmb'it tie? • k o-> 1 How Blluiolv, and with I'otv wan a fucc, 'J lieu li ul'si 11 lover's onset I icuu it In thy hok>; lliy iiiiisui'hM trace. To no, linn li ol llin like, my alulu il' scries. As sho wntclios tlio p:ilo moon, Sidney's sad words return to her. Just now Minim Is resting in a balh of palest nzure, whilst all around her clouds, slhor-tlnged, aro lying out from her, treiiiblln; hi mid-air. tireat pitches of moonlight lie upon tho garden sward. One seems lni;liter than Its fellows, nud as her eyes slowly sink from hcnveii to enrih, they list upon it, ns though attracted unconsciously by its brilliancy. And, even as sho looks, a shadow falls athwart It, nnd then, a low, quick cry breaks from her lips. "What Is it?" says Kit, Scrambling to hor knees. "Only Brian," says Monica, with a hastily- drawn breath. A rich color lias rushed imo her checks, her eyes nraalight, her lips itavo curved thomsolves Into a happy smile. "H 'R nil rUht now, then, nud 1 can go," says Kit, joyfully. ' Go? To boil, you mean, darling?" "Yos, now I know you are hiipw/," says Kit, tenderly; nnd then the sisters embrace, nnd presently Monica Is alone, but for the shadow In the moonlight. "Is It you, Monica?" snys Brian, coming close beneath her window, nnd looking upward. Sho leans out to htm, her whlto gown gleaming softly in tho moon's rays. "Oh, why venture out at this hour?" sho says, nervously. Now he Is here,—woman like,—fears for his safety, forgotten before, arise In all thol.r hotxor. "They may hnvo followed you; they mtvy-^—" "Come down to tho balcony," 'he, Interrupts hor, with a light laugh. "1 wnnt to talk'to you. Nonsenso, donr henrtl I am as safe as a church. Who would touch mo, with an angel like you near to protect mo?" Ills shadow, ns ho moves awny, may again be seen instant, before ho turns the corner of the otd house; nnd Mon'ca, opening her door softly, runs lightly 'down tho corridor nnd tho staircase, nnd across tho hull nnd tho drawing-room floor, until slio reaches tho balcony beyond, wlion she rinds Ids arms awaiting her. "You hnvo inisseu me 1111 unyr- no my. after a pause that to them hns boon divine. "Oh, Brian, what a day It 'hns boon t" sho clings to him. "All these past hours havo been full of horror. Whenever 1 thought of your danger Inst night, I soemod to grow cold nnd dead with fear; nnd then whan tho minutes slipped by, nutl still yon novorennio to mo, 1 began to picture you ns cold nud dead, nnd then Ahl" she clings still closor to him, nnd her voice falls her. "I never know," she whlspors, brokenly, "how well I loved yon until A sonenrly lojtvou. I could not live without you now." "Nor shall yon," rolurns ho, straining her to his heart with passionate tenderness. -My. life Is yours, to do what you wilMvith t. And somehow liii day long I knew (and vns happy In tho knowledge, forglvo mo tlmt) that you were lonely |ov want, of, mo; 'nit X could not come to you, thy sottl,' until this vory momont. Yot, bollove mo, 1 suffered woro I linn you during our long separation." (If any one laughs horo, It will provo he has never been |n love, ivid so Is nit object of pity. This > should-ohoek uullutely mirth.) "You felt It long; too, then?" snysMonloa, hopefully. '.' . . _ • "How can yon nsk mo thht? Yoiirdarllng face was novor onoo out of my mind, and yot X could not como to you. 1 hnd so.many things to do, so many people to sob, "nnd tlio )ioor old follow was so ill, But hnvo wo not cause to be thnnkful?-at last tho breach between our I IQUSOS .18 healed, and wovony toll nil the world of our love." •••.:.' • n ™y °M no !; ia . hnvo hen-lAitnt Prjsoliin.; now siio.talkud ot you wiion snd,«itui«L«e«, toHlay from Cpolo, 1 ' snys Mbnloa, hi ti llttlo fervout glow ot eiuhwtln»m. "it was beautiful I You know sho must Imva understood you nil Along to ho nolo to say tlio tntU» of you so well, Slio said so much In your favor Hint sho satlfifiod oven 1110." •' Site says this with suoh n'grnosful iiato&ft nnd suoh an utter belief In his superiority to the vast niujoi'Ity.ot men, that' Mr, Desmond does well to (eel the pvUlo that aurges in his heart "I really, think she has fallen In love with you," snys Miss Boresford, at tho last, with »little gay laugh. 1 • j "X'erliaiis tlmt Is why shorothsed <tho fiQUlre," snys Brian t niultliun hotooly,bj>, trays trtiBtrby tolling lior nil tlmt tnloof tho Into woojiig pt Miss l'f talll* Mia-tt* respVv wlilch'awa,keas,ln the breastb< •.lidjtnnolept "Well, thon, I listened patiently to n enutt deal of rnvlng from Kelly on the subject of llcrmln Ilerrlck. I don't suppose 1 should havo exhibited as much patience ns I did, but for the fact that I was waiting onllcorgo —my uncle—at the Urn \ and couldn't gel away. And nfter that I listened with even more patience to a perfect farrago ot non­ senso from our suli-ln?p'dor about the would-be assassin we have caugiit, nud hi.s fellows; and. besides nil tlih, I tliljuJit of Itou every moment since Inst 1 saw you." "Bucri; timuieut. Not one neglected?" asks she, smllimr. Til swear to that too, It you like. I'm In good practice now." No, no," hastily. "1 can bollevo you without Hint." Hid you hear about your Ityde?" nskj Desmond, suddenly. "1 disclaim tlio p;>»sesslon," says Monica. But what of him.'" "He hasbeoii ordered, with his regiment, to K opt. to flght Arnbi, where I hopo ho will he shot. And the 30th aro coming in his place." "Ilow can yon say such shocking tilings?" "I* it shocking to sny tlio 30tii nro coming to Clonbree'.'" 'No, but what you said nhotit Mr. Ryde." "Oh. that t Well. 1 hope, then, lr they don't knock the life they will knock llicc^n- coitnml the superfluous Jloih out of him; Will that do?" Very badly, no was n horrid man In many ways, but he did 1/011 no harm." "lie dated to look nt yon." "The cat may look nt tho king." "But the cat may not look at my queen. So now, niiuluiue, what have you to say?" "Well, never mind, then; tell niu nbont Hormla. So Mr. Kelly is engiged to her?" "Yes. Ho lias Just* discovered her to bo the most superior 11s well nstliu lovcllot woman upon earth. He told in • so. I vou- tmvil mildly but (Irmly to differ with lilm nnd enter a protest 0:1 your behalf, bat he wouldn't hear of it. In his opinion you are nowhere beshlo the majestic llermiii." "1 know that. He Is right," says Monica, meekly. But there is a reproachful question hi Iter eyes, as sho snys It, that contradicts the meekness. "Ho Is tiot," snys Desmond, with loving Indignation, pressing her dear little bend so close ngainst his heart that she can hear it throbbing bravely and can find joy in tho thought tlint each separate throb is nil her own. "Tlio man who thinks so must be iu sane. A tig for Hermln. Whero would slio be If placed beside tyoit, my Helen fair beyond compare?'' "You are prejudiced; you tell too flattering a tale," says Monica, with soft d'spar- ngemont; lint tho fond, foolish, lover-like words nro very denr and sweet to her, ail the same. He has his arms round her; In her tender, childish fashion sho hns laid her check ngainst his; and now, with a slow movement, sho turns her head until her lips reach his. "I lovo yon," sho whispers. Almost In a sigh the words aro breathed, and a sense of rapture—of completion—ren ders tho young mnn for the instant mute. Yet in her soul so well sho knowsof Ills con- lent that she cares llttlo fornny answer save that which his fond eyes glvu. A breath from the sleeping world of flow ets below comes up to tho balcony nnd bathes tlio lovers Iu its sweets. Tho "wan deling moon" looks down upon them, and lights up tlio dark windows behind them, till they look like burnished silver. A deadly tllence lies on grass nud hough; it sarins to litem as thin jh, of all tho eager world, they two only are awake, and alone! "Do I count with yon,, as 111010 than nil'."' lie pays, at length; "than Teiciicoor than K1IV" "You know It," sho says, earnestly. Suddenly ho loosens his nrms from round her, mul, pushing her slender, white-roliei II.'lire gently backward, gazes searclilii'ly lilt > her calm hut wondering face. "Tell nr.'," Iu siys,—soma ma 1, Inwnrd craving driving him loitsk '.lieneedless que Hon,—"how would it havo been w Hi you I I had been klll-d yesterday? Would you (It time have loved again?" 1 am ii-t sure, but I think ho would Tfnvi recalled the words when it is too Inl quiver runs through the girl's frame; a grew wave of emotion sweeping over her far traiisllguris it changing its calm lo quick mul living grief. The moonbeams, catching ker. folds her In Hoods of nilest elnrv, liulll lie wlio welches her wiiu reinoisetui eyes can only liken her to a tragi;u saint, as sho stands there In her white, eliiigingilrapcries. "Yon tire cruel," she says, nt iast, with a low, gasping cry. He falls nt hor feet. "Forglvo me, my love, my darling!" ho entreats. "I should never havu said that, nnd yet I am glad 1 did. To feel, to fcnoio you are altogether mine " "You hadn doubt?'sho says; nnd then two large tours rise slowly, until her beautiful eyes look ]in'sionnto reproach nt hint through a henvy mist. Then tlio mist clears nnd two shining drops, quitting tholr swoot home, fall upon tho back of I lie small hand she has placed nervously against her throat "A Inst one, and It is gouo forever." He rls.'s to his feet, "Place your arms round my neck again," lie snys, Willi anxious entreaty, "and lot 1110 feel myself forgivon." A smile, as coy ns It is lender, curves hor dainty lips, ns she lifts to his two soft, dow <jyes. In which tho light or n lirst lovo hns at last b^en fully kindled, Sho comes n step nearer to lilm, still smiling,—a lovely thltv. round whloli tho moonbeams riot ns though In ecstasy over her perfect fairness,—and then in another Instant thuy are both in lu-iwen, "In paradise in otio another'; nrinsl" "You nro happy?" questions ho, after long pause, into which uo man mny look. "I nm with you," returns sho, softly. "How sweet a meaning lies within your words I" "A trim meaning. But seo, how Into grows! For it fow hours wo must part Until to-morrow—good-night I" "Good-night iny llfol my sweet, twect heart!" says Desmond. ' TIIK KKD. 1 arnnr cottage homo, rich In good will and clieer trnvcler wo* re«1ln|?. The ility Weak and drear Wa? eloping In Murm. To the stranger, the neltomo wns cordial anil pin-el; To the traveler, a rooftree wn« needed retreat Frum tempeet's nluriu. As hofnt near Ihe (Ire linrnlnfi low en Ihe henrtti, tie listened wllh pleiimre !iiclillilien'» glnd mlilli la Innneciii piny. HI* eve glnnccd tirnunil tt* ilie ileerenlng gloom, 'ni|iie«icil Hull urh" povi-rly hero mnilu at houie, Yel tuiiK-ri no (Its L ay. As the ftrellalit (laMied flltfulls' nt> In til* face, III." j-lnnce win-nrre-led in rceklni lo Irnco Some clinrnr.ier- rude Neath thnlilgli Hernial eh .of, which Hoad boldly In liulll. This legend lie spelled In Ihe flfckertni light JJeep ctirtcd iu tlio tvuod: When ye rltto liy my fyro to k«pe yonrtelt Mnrme, Take ti»ile Hint yore tongue doe yore negtihore no limine." Qiinlnt rlntupof pencel With llil« mntiu, Diuiitfh comforts of ircAllli were utiknnvtu. The noxiona weed', Envy nnd Hate, were not grot! 11, But flowors of lienrtu' ente. A ler-»nn of worth tiy that tinmble lienrthilde Was burned In Hie tiRV-ler'i* henri In abide, Tlnotigh flornmof n life— TIs not rtcliea nor plonmres which give lasting But a heart full of love: H UP can free from annoy And qutet nil htrife. -from tslKlng iiliiiwit (uto lalnSfvwf MAnOXEl'3. lUUNDLB COW. Uow Ut Killed Instead oflCurlns; Ula <Jlmni|ilou Cow. "Say, I'm the dumbest fool outside of Canndy. .Test lift mo one for luck will ye? said old Farmer Uahoney as he climba fiom his wagon at the corner of Stuto street ana Woodward avenue and backed up lo a patrolman, holding his coat tails upait. "Lam it lo me, I'm fool." "What's Ihe matter with you, old man? asked the officer politely. 'Tm tt fool, I tell ye/' "HowsoV" "You know that brindlo cow 6' mine? Nob Weil, she is the best cow it Wayne county, Leastways she was yes terdity. This moniiu' 1 went out to fosd the ttcck, and what do yon think I found?" '•1 can't even Ruess." "Why; of course not. Well, sir, you may shear me for n sheep at a shillin' a pound if that there brindle cow wu n't a layin'- by the bran with her leg through the bridge, broke," "What, the cow's leg?" ' "Naw, the bridge, What do you think I did?'* - • > "I couldn't say." "Well, iir, it cume into my head that ] could geUuat there cow up onto her legs by h'stin'with the hay tackle. I got a tope around her, put it through the olook in tho tjable o v the barn, 'hitched a horse .onto (he other end and there I was. the all- Bredst fool ye over livid eyes on iu your borndiyV ^ , • "I don't see it. (That looks to me like sensibleBcheme." ,"Can't ttw it? Gosh ail hemlock 1 1 kfo,••••-.iWJia*,;: in Sam !Hfll do you s'pose happened;thon? What; could happen? ,.j';H»ppen¥ (WMthe mjp^e !• started toe horse'thin there'cow commenced to patyflj ^ellur; »t»v the^boyse he.rui» and tiioday of judgment had come "»--P*twit FARM AND HOME. nKAttXSEASlS. ii.irr. AnnrrnoNo. lows nnd throws a shorelful of en'th Ufon 'he tips of the plnnts lo hold them in place, iftrr which Ihey nro nil covered one inch in depth. When danger from freezing i- ivcr in the spring, they nrc uncivercd and rniscil up of nohr their own position ns i; suitnbly convenient nnd then Ihe earth h .igniti repined where it was taken from in ihe fall. Then put on n dressing of manure or ashes nnd cultivate well and thoroughly. All weeds nnd grnss that gron in the rows must of courso be destroyed wilti Ihe hoe.You will not get n*full it cror the second season ns you will of strawberries, but yuu will iret somo nice fruit. As soon ns you nro done pickinir the fruit, tro through nnd, cut out nil the oh! canes, nlso Ihe weak ones of the new urowlli, leaving only A sulKHcnt number to have a good exon of fruit the following ?eanon. Afler this is done, go tliMiiKl. with n pair tf Inrgeshenrs nnd cut off tin tops, leaving Iho canes about four feel high. The red varieties propngnto bj suckers, surplus of which must ot course he dectrojeu the fame ns any other weeds tbo Ll.'.ck caps prnpnente front Ibe tips ol their brunch!s. Should you. nred _new tetf, bend oitr some of tbo branches ol the slrong thrifty ennes, nnd throw sufficient earth upon the tips to hold them in pluce, when they take root. FARM NOTES. Sheep nresnid lo he better thnn hops for tbo purpose of picking up the windfalls in the orchard, that is, if the luniks of tho trees nro protected by wire screens Strawberries need some protection, not no n.ue.h to keep out tho cold as to prevent frequent, freezing nnd thnwing, which leaves tho roots exposed or breaks them Allowing cows giving milk to etny out in wind, or ttorm, or to start too early in the morning, or (-lay too Inte nt evening is injurious and reduces the flow of milk and probably lowers tho lest. When cuttlinps are being rooted by am ateurs in small tin orieorthrn vessel placed in sunny windows, tho process can be forwarded by painting the receptnclo black, the color absorbing the heat nnd imparling it to tbo sand or earth, thus facilitating the starting of roots. One of Ihe rensonj why pcoplo Iha* try to raise poultry on a large ecale fail 11 their undertakings is because they try to cairy on tho business on too little capital. Smnll flocks may be kept without nny outlay except for the fowls thoauelvea, but this rule does not hold good with the Inrg docks. Feeding Colts. Let the colt learn to ent oats witn tht mare. Tbo mare mny bo fed two or three quarts twice a dny nnd brnn three or four times n week extra. It is a good idea to force the early growth of Iho colt, and by feeding a little grain its valuo will be certainly enhanced. Planting an Orchard. When planting nn npplo orchnrd Fcled If.nd (hut is high, dry and open to n KOOI I circulation of nir, Then the buds will no d:velop ns soon in sprinu, and thus wi escupo tlio disastrous iffjits of I if0 frods An orchnrd so hilualu-l and well cultivated shou'd not hnvo nny off yeais. bn ..hoiild produce u regular Kuccesuon of i.ood crops. l'rogrositln Farming Every utterance of the public prefs points towurd limit ami continued future prorperily. "VVo nr.- too tipt to forget," says theSlinnitHCturmrecord, "Ihe found nets ot America's vui-t pro|/ress. The United States^is, tcdny, iilmoi-t tho only eountry in the world -vhose futuro hrighler that its pai.1," nnd in this ou look there nrc none who stand upon sounder basis for iulurc pro-pority Ibun tho American farmer. I Cheap Horses The French government, in order to en courugo horse breeding, buvt tho best stullions und cburi;cs n tee ot perhaps 81 for their service. Whilo no national in tcrference with tho enterprise cf tboi-e who aro enitiigeil in breeding nnd r-t-inding good horses is desirable in this country, there is one regulation that, might bo adopted by the Btnto authorities, and that is to prevent unsound and worthless t till I ions from doing business. In this cour.lry a service fee no higher than twice that ex acted by the French government is generally a mark of an inferior horse. Such horses get poer colts, and you will cell them cheap.—National Stoekman. Tile Jersey for Itleli Ml III,. Those whodesiru very rich milk for table and domestic use find nothing that can compete with the Jercey product iu tbut respect. So well is tbis fact established I hut a now branch of special dairying has opened up in some of the eastern cities. In New York a well known Jersey fancier has started a place for the Bale of bis pure Jersey milk exclusively, and is gettinsr fifteen cents per quart for all that he can furnish This is nnother argument in favor of special purpose stock. Shade Trees. Plenty of shndo trees about the f arm- bouso and the home grounds are essential both to beauty and comfort, in summer they give philter from th-i burning sun, nnd in winter from the cutting winds. 'Ihey should, however, not be too densely grouped close about the house, as then they cause dampness. Plant judiciously, but plant, nnd plant now, for anything is better than bare grounds. It' you chance to get the trees in too thickly, a part may be easily removed when they have grown larger, and 90 shown that they are not needed. We will give 1100 reward for sny esse of calcirth that cannot be cured with Hall's 1 Catarrh Cure. Tnkcn Internally. V. 3. CHENEY & CO., l'rops., Toledo, O. Thick street cream sweetened and flavored and thickened with fi llttlo Hour or corn, tlnrch aud baked between two cruats is excellent. Tho OoTy One Ever l'rloteit—Curl Too Find the Word T There Is a 8-lnch dlaptny advertisement In this paper Mils week whhli has no two words :illlie except one word. The sniiii! Is true of rneh neiv one nppenrio^cni-li week from Tho Hr. llnrtcr Meiliriiie(>. This house places * "Crescent" nit utcrylhing tlo-y ninUc Mid publish. Look for If, fend Ihi'iii the name of the word, and they will rel'irn you nooK, iiB.iuTirc'L MTiiouiiAriis or S\MI-I,I:S riiEB. Itubhcd with a woolen r.ii licruscnc, fi tin kettle or comes as bright ns new. pnturalcd with , codec pot be- Bo/tFto Enjoy Farm Lire. Farming has both advantages nnd disadvantages when compared with other lines of work nnd conditions of life, nnd, like other thingti, is very much what wo each make it. If we are successful we generally enjoy farm life ana farm work, and if not successful we look about for some other occupation, but in this case we iose sight of the faot that it is business ability and qualifications only that can o'jmpol success anywhere, nnd if we have these, and could apply them to that end anywhere, we can very likely do it on the farm. Nothing pays unlets good management is applied, and that probably brings us good an average of success in ngriculturo as elsewhere. Green Manures, in on experiment station record tho results of experiments to determine the fertilizing value of green manures were considered. The fertilizing value of greeu crops was fouud to he proportioned lo the readiness with which (heir nitrogen is changed to nitrio acid. Dried blood and sulphate of ammonia, two active nttro- ceuous fertiliser!-, and a green growth ol lupines were used as ferlilizerF, nnd the growths resulting from this fertilisation compared On neavy loiia the lupine proved much the best fertilizers, the ron­ ton fpr which seems to be that they kept the soil lighter und looser, allowing a freer circulation of air. On the light soils, where tht) air circulates more,freely, the sulphate of ammonia proved most effective, and the lupines next-i" Other similar 1 experiments, m which green alfalfa replaced <• the lupines, gave result*. which wyre very Iftvowble to the alfela.. ;,- ' \ ' Vrata^iiM. jtopVerrlts/' ' '' THE HOUSKHOI-D. Transitions. WILLIAM C. niCIIAIIDS. A narrow river yet to cross— Then en-ot null! for Hole loss: l.lfeV ft 11 it iin snulclii-il front death, r'ttllneM ot bliss Irani Iti-ciinir breuili; Shi, (•xclniiii,'i , ,l for shih-ssiie.s, JViiro hi')tnnl letiijilni'oirs slress: lte^t, which lull 1111 more .hull nitir, U'er niuliv's noon lieuven's morning si a r. For dim slahl, tinclonrtetl vision, K-trih-capes niurKeil In tMilsKiytilan; WVi-plu^ vy,'» In r ptnre dry, llrenlh tlint ctinnot slmpe n i*i^h; Hweetnetis Willi uo hitter blent, Veils front perfect kuowleil^e rent; Fnl-ehnoil's i ask trutisfortued to truth; Wasting ago to Immortal youth. Plr-oppolntment nt nn em!. Foe 110 more In unlse ot fileml; Dreams thai melt not Into lenrs, Knllti beyond Ihe assault of fears, ft.ed, e'en 10 its mime unknown, All Ischrlsi's anil Christ my own; And beyond death's nnrrow river— Lite and lovo nudjoj forever I Clear and round denting iB the honor ol man's nature.—Lird liacon, The highest of nil possessions is that ol self-help.— Carlytlv). CD Tho best way to avengo thyself is not to become like a wrong-doer.—Marcus Au rc-lius. Iho real man is one who always findt excuses for others, but never excuses him eelf.—Beccher. People don't change llioir nnlurej bul they change their desires, their ideal, tbeii effort.—Henry James. In sickness let us not so much any, nm 1 getting better of tnv p.iin'r' as am 1 get- ling better for it.—Shakespeare. Sir Rooert Peel said ho never knew n man to escape failures, cither in mind or body, who worked soven days in tho week. Claod Words. Good words nm words of sincerity, charity, encouragement, nnd sometimes bl reproof and rebuke. If truo ami fltlj ip>ken they nro «ooil, and will havo their ttmsiod of usefulness. Good words art- nerrr lost, but may return with 11 double blessing. They nrc uood nliko lb him who speaks uud biiu who hears. Wllllt to Do. An exchnngo snys Unit children should he taught what to do in ease of "inergen cie» which are quite likely to happen, uud then instances: '"A few jears ago, in it school, n youn« phi tainted ami fell lo Ihe lloor. In n mo ment the teacher Intilraii-ed her to a Bitting pes!ure, nnd we frightened children crowd ed around her, wringing our hands nml erjinif. Wu Untight (die was de.idj bill in Iho midst of Ihe confusion a young gir of n dozen years ciimn to the rescue, by s'retcliiiiK tlio uticonfcicus girl flat upon her back, In 11 quiet, linn voice she said 'Surah hns only fainted, und you musl stand back and givo her air.' Instantlt the circle around Iter widened, tho windows wire thrown open, tho compression about thochctt wns removed, und in a fow min- u'lfttho young girl was liorself nirain. 'Who taught you to net so promptlj T in quired the teacher, when quiet wits restored. 'My mother,' was the answer.—Lam;* of Life. COXiXKNSKI) NKWS. ".V Vnril ol llo-vs." _One of Iho popular pnliillugs nt Ihe Now York Ai-nih.-iny of lir-i^n was a yard Ion;; p;iih-l of ru>us. A crowil wns ftlunys lielorc il. Onu nrt ciilie cxrluiuied: ".Such iv ttit of nnloie should ln;lon^ to lilt the peoplr; it is too hcuulittil one man hide iiwiiy." 'I he Vontli's t'miiimiilon, of Ttoston, seized the idea nml sjn-ni ^r.o.mio lo reproduce the | pninihi^. 'I In- ri-snlt has been u tiiiiuiph of urllslic delicacy and i-olor. ' The Companion mnkca this copy of the nlnllii''mi iiiiloinu ^ift to each ot tls live uiutred thousand Biihscrlhcrs. Any Mho mny subscribe now for the lirst time, nnd re. (picsts II will rcrclvo "The Yunl of Hoses" vvithniil extra t-hnrgc while the edition lusts. Ilesldes the elftof this beautiful picture, all new subscribers will receive the Companion free from the time the subscription is received 111! Jan. 1, including the Thanks. L' I V I IIL ' and Chrlsiimu! double numbers, and tor n full year from that date. Kvery futiilly should take this brightest and best ot Illustrated literary papers In addition to lit local paper. A skillful cook may not be made by * book, but almost anybody can make a good pudding by observing carefully a few simple rulea. James R. Wtlden, of New York, aged 20, was_ fatal I? shot by his wife Annie. Domestic troubles were the cause. At, Laredo, TexaR, Deputy United States Marshal Geo. Wise and a friend were- murdered by a smuggler named Florr who was resisting nrrett. The murderer escaped. Minnie Ronbntiser,nsed 17, of 207 West 08:h street, New York, wns found dead in bed with her throat cut. Ihe deed i« supposed to have been done by Win. Miller, who escaped. Ho evidently first attempted criminal assault. lm Hughes, colored, was hanged at. Drenham, Texas, for tlw murder of his wife in January lost. He maintained bis innocence on the scaffold. Prince Czartory&ki, vice president of the upper house of the Austrian parliament, is dead. The air is admitted to the interior of °leaf through minuto openings or mouth*, which generally exist in grent numbers. ThuB up^n un ordinary apple leaf there may be found as many as one hundred thousand of these openings. Made to Look 1.1 Ve Sew. Drosses, Gouts' Clothing, Feathers, Gloves, etc., Dyed or Cleaned, l'linsh Garments Stoamod at Otto l'lotch'a Dyo Works, SftO W, Water St., JUIwuiikec. Send for circular. Equal parts of swcot oil and vinegar and a llllle gum arable make au excellent furniture polish. FITH .-A II Fits atoiiiKd frs* by Da. K USI'I Oaiii hmvit Itasionxu. Kar'iUufurttrsUny'auK. Mat- ttllous cures, TresllM nail f' Irlul Uotllt f r— to I'll , Ssad to Dr. Kiln., IBl Aroh St., Vhlla, V*. To keen salt dry for table use, mix one lenspoouful of corn starch with on* cupful of salt Nine Out of Ten rarsoaa Baeta ban satarrk la • sslld or •Sgrsratsd (eras, aid ret ceasueUi»li las paj »"» atlaatloa to II, •etaMnlnf te rssllss aalil tM lata thai etktt 4safsre »s slwaseaj sssa as biaubitls ana esasissptlea, are rsrj sirs to fellew II tha trouble la eel einete*. Oataiik eilclntoe la las. parltlaa Is Ike Weei, east ia««!iea • eauUlaUtui nnaerllke"' Hood 's 8arBaparilla loafsetatboroatktara. Bssare tof«t Boea'i, Wnaliliiutuii, f>,~( a. warriiasijuduVtUwiUtiwratU itiiaa> (•ritliuiiiTlaur and Corn, In tiic WW too purecnl. i.,ore inadu In ..«|iiii*»-u.. io. Also t'OVVKK Mll.l.»i i.mCAHM Fl.l l> Atll.l.*. ('ireul II-H anil testliilriiduls sunt tp iiinlliutl-ii. WILSON BHO8,,5:it.5T0ir,P/. - . _ , Ml •WMtlStrtaii Utes tor laorsass. JST«rssa •liaforl^ws, A .W. kUCai parienoe. 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I took two doses of it, and was greatly relieved before the doctor came. He told me to continue its use as long as it helped me. I did so, and the result is I am now sound and well—entirely cured of Consumption.—Mrs. P.E. B AKER, Harrisburg, Illinois, February 20, ilSgi. I have had Catarrh for many years, but never found anything that- did me any good until I concluded to try Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. After using it a few times I found great relief, and would not be without it now.— Ivi\ss B ELLE W OODRUFF, Lawler, Iowa, July 21,1891. rin 3 LITTLE LIVER PILLS po Hoi oniPE ROR SICKKIT. S?1_««« lur SICK II1SAD- • oT|« ' nils. QOTS .. _..jt tf/l.. „.,„ Be>asailt>laili)er. Conqutr bllloua wervoua <li» lyarotii* oua wervoua °i,i3 r ^l"-•*— DU * B*aQtlr> comnlesln„ kfpwl. rsssM Viaariais. All.! ACTION. by parUytng at «M Is sk.ljsslji.tfJu ntlsi WiiTirlJ'iJ • iipi»lait>,tWs ^et 'a «M >^Wiia .*|ilS. Mt KMf|| r ai«|«INI COl, II. LfMlp. M* «H0W 010 I LOOK. MO HOT YET THIRTY I H Many -women fade early, simply beoaa* _ __ _ vi _ .„ beottusl Ihey do not toko proper cara of thomseWes. Tlioy^ovwloolt tfiose roluor.sllments (bat. If not olieokea tn (line, will rq» tliero «l LYOiAi. mm% Tlie rosea win return'(p your obeeks, s»Uow

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