The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on September 3, 1892 · Page 4
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Mrs. Hannah Il.innon, of Ilroeton, Mass., WHS born llm day preceding Wnsblngton - s retirement from oliloo, and has thus lived under tin' ndniiiilK- tmtlon of every president of the United Mtates. Scrofula Afflicted tne four }Mn- blolrlie. nil o»or mj b'ldf, nwslllnfr In my neck, e>>4 In lee. (linn ft year lutd 441 I HU Ilk- duc«4 by 11. I*., *til druw.1.1 la try llllOD'tf MA It M A I' % It • 1.1.A, nnil lbs blolclie. anil lump Sir. <J. W. in „ r „„,., dl.i.|.|i«.ir...t, «U leeon b*isn to gain tn ll*.-lt. In t timnlb. Sa-r- wee Don* of the dl.eeae loft In niy .y.Uiiii. end ] OM a* well and strong a. erer." O. VS. DuNEB, Oeeeola, Houth Oekule. llaatl**. I'll I N are ttte be.t fiimlly embattle, gentle anil effective. Trysl.tjl. Only 2.1 canto. Scott's Emulsion of cod- liver oil is an easy food—it is more than food, if you please; but it is a food—to bring back plumpness to those who have lost it. Do you know what it is to be plump? Thinness is poverty, living from hand to mouth. 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OH Hi VM, Orshsu, l.s, J *a r b "»4 "»HiTngn'ii"r('sT >lTirir 'nii»i(ho> *slarai>l un>lll«<siunii'uri<.(!oiti,ltuiilluii, A** *• >•« sMtkai M wt «w ttik SuMi, ¥n (Mk (l»> ' FAT FOLKS REDUCED 'Itcstcr (Ilatkc. tiritlir-r to thn child bom six vmrs .i.'n. and driitvii»il !>>• Imr surv mt, Jiini't Sturk. In the .Shlftiiir punl, U hiirc; sin" lin-t .si'i; i nti.l H|»'i!iun with ynur Wife. Mitt 't in • nt L 'Hil A '< at uiu; t'^iiinrrnw, H < without you no rjpruivu cult bu ubuiiu- ed." lie rrad it straight tlirmr/h witliont a intis'tlii nf I I i-t faun dhiiiuiu;, then walUed I I I ;D a dninlt 'ii in in to th t m-xl rooiii. where In; sal down, iinil remained f|itiie iiiultonli-ss fur |>i'i'lia|is a iiiinnui, tvlieii no looked up. and seem.; the man, who still lingered by the door, certain of disaster, yet mil dariir,' to ask a single 'in 'Stion, lie 1) til.: him prepare at niii-ii lor bis departure, as lie would bo uettiti'.' out for Kn rbinil imnii'iliaM.'ly. "And is it so bad that yon can't wait till the biealb's nut, of master's body, sii-y'' said Hie old servant, lit am.i'/.u- tiic nt. To this Mr. Eyre vouchsafed no rejily, lint sat without movement of any kind at I lie table for about ten minutes, when be rose, and enteritis his father's room, stood lor a moment, looking down on hiin. 11 • was on the point of t iirniii^ to no, when tho old man opened Ids eyes, ro.v Honabli) anil mocking as thoy had been yesterday. "Father," wild Mr. Kyro, tho word rising unbidden to his lips tnnt had not passed them lor thirty years, "1 must leave yon, and at once." "lias your wife cone, off with your best friend?" said the old man cynically; "better stay with me—a wife is never worth rnnnint; titter unless she happens to belong to another mm, mid not always then. Slay where you are; mis fori lines will happen even in well- regulated families—particularly, I may Biy. in well-regulated families—and I shall want you to protect tne airainst tbat Abigail's rapacity by and by: besides, you know there are fifty roads to town, and rut her more to Heaven, aim it is your duly to slay ami sen that I don't take the wromr turning." Iiu added. Willi a sardonic smile. "Von spoke last niuhtof soinelhiir.' you must tell me before you died." said Mr. Hyrc, looking at his watch; "in three minutes I shall have, left this lliel^".' "Probably to fulfill a worse fate than ever befell an Kyro yet,'" said the old man Hi,'iiilicaiillY; "it never threatened in • I! irriiK'lou escaped it by death; Imi I've s:'"ii some dangerous si'_ins in you - odd that ii never occurred to anybody, nnil odder still the way I found on the old .lez dud's secret; so you'll stay," he added sharply, "or rue'it to the' last dtiv of your life." "I''are\vell, then," siid Mr. Kyre, turiiint; on his father a look of wh c i he knew not tho strangeness, and moving to the noof, "Slay!"eri(!il the old man, stncirlim; to rise;'•you are LTI )i:i'_r to your doom," llul Mr. Kyre did not. hear him, nor if he had heard would In; have returned; till the iii< in i -lit lint hi's K in Id littd hiiu- s. If face to face with Ma leap, he would be as one in wiiom the very life itself is siispemle I. As be stood with his foot on the ciir- riatte-step. iri\*iiivr directions lliat any let I crs that should arrive lor him shonlil he lvdir.i ied to l/.ivel, a confusion made itself heard in the bouse behind bun, in thn midst ol which rosea woman's sill* 'ct'd slirie'c. "Vour master is ill! ul,"' said Mr. Kyre calmly, "tell S inn lets to m ike all'arr in fein nits for the funeral to lake place at J.ov.'h" then •,' ive the signal to drive on, und was h'onu. CM.WTKIt XI. £lupo III the lolls el V lie '1'iuiii iii-l me u-i'il, suinnit, 11'tllou ciiust brook hUl)Ull-Hil)ll. Mr. Eyre arrived in town shortly after twelve next day (Friday), and pro- eciMcil immediately to t le transaction of one of the mo.u d 111 mlt bnsiu.'ssus it had ever been his lot. lo undertake. lie was expected, and shown immediately into the presence of the man whose hand held the scales in which morn than omi life was trembl.ii','; and alter a quarter of an hour's interview, left, not waiting for Lord Lovol, who was expected in ten minutes. Mr. Kyre ha I telegraph'd from I'ar'n for a so "(Mill train to be in readiness at olio o clock in take him u> Lovel, tlioro l>.*- inir no ordinary one for some hours: and us it left the city beliind, he thr \v himself back on the cushions, and for the lirst tiui'i absolutely alone s.nco ho had received Frank's le'ejfrnm,. bepan consecutively lo think, lie hud neither broken bread, nor tested wmu sinen that liinu tin', day be ore, but no sie;nH of fati', r uo weri) visible in his f'aeo or beanii'.'. His brow was still of rock, his lips of adamant. lit) looked a man bucklered and panoplied U'laiusl Fa.o— •A tiu'gol, sviienee her ]iois med arrows uiusl k'lance as de, nereh.iuuu wonndint; others, but never himself. lVosently he r >se, and biu'au to iiauo tho saloon carriii','0 I'roni end to end. Action of sonni kind ever seomod in- dispensihle to this man, hut all his deeds were as free from hurry, his now- erltil will as little inlla.ui ;n I In' mi;ward cause, as the ouw. rd, eliu'l.O'S sweeo ol the albatross is affect;.I by the winds that played around it. An enemy had once likened him to Kiwi as described by I'liidar, "llio nurse, of everlasting frost, coiiii.ialin,' within dojpciwcrin, tho fountains of unapproachable lire;" ami it was partly perhaps tins conviction thtitbuneaih an habitual rus.'rvo be harbored profound passions, that mile him the force, titooliu men ho iinilonbtodly was. Onco ho alnrtod, and uttorod an ox- clanvatlon; it hud crossed his mind that even if by superhuman chance Madcap tlid not know thn truth, alio iniu'liL learn it by accident from the newspapers of that day. To bo sure, she rarely read ono, her hourly companionship with her bus- band (jivinp; her neither inclination nor need to do so. lie told her all that was worth hoarin;-. and passed over tho rest,-beliifr of lioethe's opinion, who. on btiin« imissed hard as to the immorality of Jlyron's writings, said that they wore not so ilium nil as tho newspapers. As Mr. Kyro approached Jjiivol, ouo or two H I RIIS of InipafioiicoiHjaped him: but no ouo who saw him aliKht would Imvo dreamed that there went it tiiait W I IOHO every hope of oarJily hanpiness liititi' on tho Issues of tho next ljalf hour, '• Vou liavo the jeprlovo, slrV" the Bttttion-tnusti't' ventured to say whon he had recovered from his niniii'.euieut. '•Not 1," Bttiit Air. Kyru, loukiuj-at tho inun us though be would read his vtuy hwiil. "Hut Lord Lovol " said the mau, trumblliiK at Ins own midauity. - VOIil lio'B isomliitr," said >Ir. Kyro onvelesBly. "Vou uuty oxpuet him by tho lust train;' und he went Irjs way on foot. ••lt'atoll over with her,"na!d tho rami, as he went bank to the Htation; and m loss tlutn hall' an hour every soul in Level und MiuiuUoii alike knew that nil hope Jot tho condemned woman was past. . Mr, liyre walked across tha fluids with his usual linn step, imu ohserv ed oneor two iiistiitmos of noslout thut "VYoulA Jiisure HBinu'p rubuke to a teu< stairs, knowing that no would finu her ther,\ and only when no found himself in her cuumber, an.I looking at something white stretched on the distant bed, acknowledged to himself that uw- lui fear that, had haun.el nis jounniy. lie looked at it awuiio iu the dim mislead, njr liniit, then forced himself to come nearer; and seem,' what it was, put a fid.l ot it to bis. lips, then crossed the room to his own thai, lay beyond. Turoiudi the open uour.v.iy iio saw her ns she knelt cloio lo the window- pane—h.-r curly head looked darn a;uinst it, as tne voting curves ol lur snap.: seemed wniiu asan an^ei's, wline her voice had the sweetness of one, as With eyes lixed on the panes sun wui.s- pere 1 a.oinl roe concindiiin line oi ln.s last letter: "tiood int'hl'. t»oinl n.Khi! don't fear but Lliat tins and evt-ry Jii^nt, 1 stand beside you; and wueii you l.ul aslee|>, bo sure that 1 Hunk you ureain 01 me.'' ''Only uood nishl'." she saiil aloud, as slie loided tin: letter; "I thought it baa been '(Jim l-by' yesterday!" •Sho knew then, aim it had broken neither her heart, nor her love;—Iu Had not understood her, ami tor the lirst tune it occurred to .Mr. 10, re wliuUier his p.hs.on lor her were IIOL outol sumo proportion In lis olijccl: i.nd yet it bad li tv.-r entered into ins calculations '«o '^.ve all, wuero lest mielil have couluiit- ed. .Suddenly she looked up and saw him Stan .inn in' Iho doorway-—silent, d.iru, even teri'iiilo in tne Kio"oai--,io I lor a moment, m that ureal unci of wonder that almost louche I tear, she had not power to move, then ran lo, and as his arms e,o eil alum, u r, r- a.- i/.-.'d what her life must have been wilu- uul linn. "Let me look at you,'' he said. "And so you were noim; awav from me. II >w exi|Uisite you are! I seem to hav ; mr- cotten you. and your whiteness and Iw.tnly come uium me witu a surpris '• I am as one who has lived si loiiniu liio litjht as lo foi-'et how h autiful it is. and wanted a sudd u phne'e into darkness to make in • real •/.: the pivcio i-s- liess of it. And c> hi you have 'el tin -.'" lie lidded, as he set the li^ht down, an 1 I c.ui'nhl her to Ids breast. I Sue d d not reply, onlv wind -v I l Rhe clunn to bun. how she ciild e hav'*. th'-m.'lit. exist"ii"e |i isiilile tlt from liim. and kie-w n he had ^uiltv, sue vet back'to llcs'.ei " Voii'il take mi. per.-d, ine.-ciitly. "I'll inak" no protnis"." In*... n..i-i- inn her from him. "out you'd in . ; • in i one; thai you'd not seek her out, oilier wil lei'nt in'.' cons 'Ul.'' And Madcap ImbUy u' ive the prom that was kept so lie.ivily. t FARM AND HOME. •iip. CIIAITHIt XII. It was as exeeiilinner ratbor than criminal that ho took her laco in ins hands, and lilted it to his ow n. "And so—Madcap," he said; "and so '" She clasped both hands about that iron one. and looked up in Ins face as be had told himself she would look when they were face to lace, and said "lint you'll forgive me?" lie looseil her suddenly. If must al- wat.slie awry moment for the inur- d'-rci' when his victim asks his fnruiveiiess: to'an it was a Iritrlitfill one when she si. nil a'.one. feelilii! a idiil'l that, havin.: dreamed itself lost, told w .l-eiii-ii sonbiii'.' in the clmpof its iiiolher'.-. arms in till al once thrust out to the ice-cold, desolate \v Id. "I have been very wicked." she sail, feeling Hint he tvn . a hundred in.les away ns lie stood with live I 'jnze bent upon her: "I have drdiniinrcd you in inV 11 1• ill .dits; 1 was • inn; iiwuy from Vim; lint it was his fan I a word would leave saved me, an I In- wou.d not sp -al; it; hut at last, at last be tnld nie the truth." "And what was : lie I ruth. Mad said .Mr. K\re. ca'iniy. *'V !o had IOVI d her once." said Mad- c.'.p, treinbliliL', "and \icrhap- -per,mps lor love of me, he did Hot love her any lie re, .unl so--and to left her; and her Ir.lle baby was lorn on what sho thou 'lit it) he our we Minn-day." 'And was it not?'' he said almost hiir-lily. "On my weildinn-day with you, not with him," she said; "ami it died, and it was like Dody; and she s i if I the father of one, must be Hit! father of bo;h; and it. was stranvre. was it not, that Frank's child should be so like yours?" " /''nuiA's/ 1 ' said Mr. Kyre. ro'imihnn. "lie says lliat she is mail on licit Point," said Madcap, wisttully. "And I am L'lad now that I was able to he kind to her—that I kissed her; d.d you not think him honest an 1 hr.ivu and true?"—she went on, with a sudden i - a' el i in her breath—"I could not hive believed it of him, if he had noltoM me w tb his own lips; ami he was so yoiinn loo-soiiiehow I iu ver llioiinhl "of the man she loved as heinn like Frank—but hue ;/'»<; and you will never love hiiu anaiii, and I him," she added, passionately. "When be slot) I benro me anil said be would not marry her, would not retrieve the awful, irrepara- ahle wroiin he had done her, I hated him—I compared him with yon—your honor witli his dishonor, and 'I taunted him with bemu what lie was. n bur ami n coward; and yet be could tell me an- ti.lier lie alter that, that. I must not .;.i lo Hester, for that she would not see nil—me to whom she hail told the whole story; and we bad cried lonelher, and 1 had so haled, so loathed the man who had broui.'lit her to such misery." "And if it had been I, mil l'r;ink, what then, Madcap?'' said Mr. Kvrc: "conl. I you not have loved me si ill, but n ftnt Ir ui to tne—never cbanncd?" "Vcs." "And si '11 clasp mo in your arms as vou did just now?" * "No!" "And so wo were to live together, we two. like that; or you said Buiiietliiiin just now of leaving mo." "Vcs." "And you couiilhavo leJtmoV" ueBnirl abruptly. She d.d not stir or speak, ns sho stood npiirt irom liim; then something very like a trroan burst from his lips, that seemed to shape itself lo the cry of i'VuiiW tis with busty steps ho puce i tho room. Madcap almost forgotten in the deadly slrugglo going forward iu his breast. As his llgtiro passed, and re- pas-ed her in tho ploom, Fho seemed to herself to bo standing in tho mi 1st of a reality of which all that bad. gouo before was but as tho portent. The time seemed long before she felt bis arms about hir, nnil then not with tb"old urasii.but more us tho living soidicr W HO, wan ivinxuig uoiil, clings to the sueretl colors that have cost him all savo honor; for .Mr. Kyro knew that Mudeap bad beggared li in even to that, when ho l'olt hor heart beating against his own. 'Toor, pretty Madcap!" bo said, "and so you can love nut hi tin but a good man. Did I ever tell vim 1 was thai V" Ami you must hato tho sinner even worse than the sin: and you can't make allowances—women never can. And 1 think there is a little jealousy at tho botto.a of it, too—more if it bad been I, but a little for Kriink ileitis. And a man sins through thoughtlessness, or because be wnntBii woman's pure eyes to see tho thing in its proper lidit—with oyeslllco yours. Madcap—If women only knew how much is in their hands, how they may conllnn a man iu his ill opinion of thorn, or make t.iem rellnctions of what ho remembers his own mother to hiive been. And so you can 't forgivo Frank? Poor hull poor uov!" "lie Is not sorry," said Madcap, her heave still heavy, knowing that forgiveness was yet denied. "I could bo sor- rv for him if ho were—it is tho thou rhfc of her misery that makes ins bitter i gainst him. Sho has lost all—oven her little babv—and he will not ba kind to her; and lie would not event let tne go to see her; but I will go now. with you." "Her child died—did she tell- yuu, bow?" said Mr..livvo. , "Mir but I tbiuk that »™« | nn» i.-i been unkind ton; and she shall love Dody us sho pleases." "And so you kissed her, Miida'ip," he said, "llow swcotl how worn inly! Ami you alwiiys loved children, but don 't regret that one—It might have grown up a bad man like lis father. Why have you not girls. Madcap, with your eyes uiul your stniloy Anil here you have been suffering for other people's sins; and an IIIIBO III H I I nature llkeyoursneeds no npiu'iMitiuesUlp tn HulYurlng-rlt itn- dei'swiHls and enters Into each throe. And so you klssod hor, titid she .loves you, tQ b.t sure; nnil now you'll W M ms/ And If I'd ooiiunlttotl ovwv oi'lme in lite you should have no olmnoe of run- is toilld not have sent ium to lie;?'' s!ie wiii i- d. hnl-l- Iv .• i as s.i ! . !f !. r bo :y •It h I Ii mil of .1. i.o.t: tit. i.u.ionsiij ;.uo'.vuoi CIIAfl'I'.It XIII. TilO tie't Of ie-1 Is -,'*,.(,, And t hie i le ,ii oil i rev k' -I: yet ^ro-^ly 'J !iy C.v '.'.!i, \v.'i!c:i Is n i inure. Kx : i t riii'-i 1 1 r.m b'.'h iu I.ov.d on : i evening before th-' d y lix • I for the. Ciition. it was Known tint L' i .o.c liusliv Ii: d return'd fioin town nn.-. it cos-il'i'il. an 1 that K-ud l/ive| had d. patted on to • ;-.auie un.-.s oa ; he prevjo i atturnooii. Hat '.vueii it wa, bru.t" about that Mr. K'. robad iinexn • reiurned. but t, no word of ;i i.-- Jini'Ve, all bill).; W ;:s <:o;i sel-M'e I fJ .»> over: and on the two w-nn ui w.i ) .. '.t sale by side within the j iil h id fil ;i tb>! deadly ipiiel of those, to w '.oai pec tat ion' was past. and the Co.: .lion of the morrow as inevit.;.)!/ i:;; d as tht! ri-ing of th" sun. Janet's unpen din,' fate waslo i;i'.vf il. and too near, lo permit (1 M : 'i'.i in- i I to dwell on any II MHI gut of self; ii!i • • v but t he. black outline or ta Tearing it.-, ul arauist the sny, Hie cruel shout of I lie cro'.v-l Iieare i by J tii-t -. sid wr.'inuicd v:ii!eiil ly . filie beheld il i'l l,e I passed Willi J act's i-'.i'.: ti l.-.osj awfiii pan,s ul' dis wlii: ii •!'. Across tin- hi e .ness leov and iigiin a elnlu's face Milled -dimpled, lov •,..', with warm lovin : \t\> that pressed ii -r own —a I hrilI of jov sho' throu ;li h it moment sh • looked Ii .yoiid lint dr-- id to-morrow, and tasted a rapl nr in' which her heart MI long l:a I H IT- - I; then she thrust tlietlioagol aw y. .> >•! took .1 met'., ci!d liaud i> -iwivn I' a her own, ami h -I I il fa .1. "Mistress." said .laud. sof;],-. ",j . : ,'t fret; if it weren't for you I'd ritiici o: t'other death in life 'u i tn vvor<e. : a' I'll he as much cut off from vou a- ! I was ileud—an'if only you'd hide a. \. I'd have no fear." "I'd slay With you till the last," said Hester: " 'tis I that should no hangui g, not you." .I.iuel. shook her head. ••The baoy'.s death lies at mv door." "but I've thought of something a-.'ll made il less lone!)' for you wiien i'ui gone; that child you told m: of I..-a lll'gllf—sle il it." ••.I.inel'"' cried Hester, drawing back from the woman in horror. "Ay," said .Janet, lawless in evi-i'v- thing th ;t cone 'I 'lieil her uiisir welfare; "she's L r ot another, she a'i well spare him; let Ive siill'-r a hit. .. t' when they as we knows on, sees >. i look as white and whisht as 1 see •, he'll know b dter what he's done lit .o lit! Icon's now." ".Vie called mo 'sister,'" said Hei-lcr. slow tears rollingtloun hercheeks, "siie kissed me. 1*11 not harm her any mure than I've done a r.-a-lv; I eui't be ii.. • her, but I'll n-'Ver forg d it, hotv i-o ' I she's be ui to in'. I'll like lo show o-'i that a had woman can i.omei imes b • is geiieroiis as a goo I one -if only I m; . it S'e the. chill sometimes—she. „•,»•.« t , I might love him. atullhat he wou.d love me, but that was before " "Tlieii bide her.', inistii'ss," soil Janet, eagerlv. knowing that the word of death would be, over if sue could leave her mistress some in.crest iu lie that would draw h u- out nl iens df a el keep her from thought, "loirvego: a bit ol money, no'can live where \ on please; ju -t p;ly 11 'l'. an 1 love the eh'n i to your heart's couleiit, au'after awhile you'll for tel ihoolh.-r; and you tlui.'l love 'ion now?" "No," saiil H'sfer, in a whisp r; "souieltow mother's love s-emsio swallow up all other love; I ruin Hit! lieen at niv child was born 1 put li'un s .cond. I. he'tl loved ma il might luvebeend If .'• enl; bill there wtis shanie b.'t ween a ,n mid me, but. none lowar I the hany; aid I'll alwavs think.that the woman who's missed inolherliooil, having tho inoth- ers's he ul, h is inissctl the purest, iu- tenscsl joy (iod ever gave,and the most lasting; it's mailn me a better woman tnan IM ever have been vt i.houl." "Tien if you cm hear to see liim," saiil Janet, slowly, "you'll stay; you won't harm her,'" "No," saiil 11'ster, in a whisper; "1 proaiis 'il L ird |j ivel I'I go away, but I'd live on a crust if 1 might see the child sound imes. I feel ii s arms around my neck now, and hoar his little calling me." "Tuen fed them in llesh an' lit > d to-morrow," cr ed Junet; "goto hiu. mistress; sure there's none 'u I hive t ' ID heart to coin') between you, an' you'll forget about mo—an' after a bit. lino-v- iug I'm nt rest, vou II give over irclti'ig for the little baby." Tho darkiies-i almost I, i tho woui.'ti from e teh other's eyes, by a sudden impulse thoy lurmid ail clung together, — "J met— Mist res.:'' and in the darkness a kiss wasexelia :• etl tiitit spoke the perfect recouiitliati m and peace that lay between these t\v.. miserable, faithful hearts. '#*#**«» A great crowd hail gradually nss? a- blcd without llui prison gales, hut was quiet and convers 'il litlle. All cv • i wet';) turned iu a certain direction;'a cut's we I'd strained to discover the lit . Bound of carriage-wheels from rection of tho station, for tne last tr.-i a was now due, by which, if Luvl Ln'.n d.d not arrive with tho reprieve, tiu last chaiico would bu over. At iiiini o'clock a low limn rosa, and swelled gradually to a roar, as a car- riilgo Wll i liear.l nooro ic.liiu'g. and tit r • cairn) gratlually wiiniii uio eager ken o. th j crowd l ho conveyance that was wool to convoy Bii'iuigers to uud fro.a ;he litnlion. A deep groan of ilistppoiillnientweiit li)) mini the assemblage, th.' driver was half dragged, from Ii s seal by a doz.m CM rel' h inds, while hi i spiuch was lo. In the universal howl of annertlmt rent tho air! To have vvult-.'d hero Ut tho chill evening for a whohi hour, coull- dently looking forward to the sni'otnolo of Lord Lnvei liashiug uii iu his own carriage at full speed, waving thn reprieve out of the window, ami to bo put all with a sorry otic-horse ch.iisR, an 1 Jim Pipes, the one-eyed <.lfiver--lt was beyond human patience; uud onlv by degrees wis it gtither.i I that L ir.l Lovel had nut arrived at all by that train. To be Continued. IHeo ll'tilis, Men never break down so long ns they Iwep a bitppy, Joyous heart- It Is (he stul heart that tires, Whatever our loiul, wo should always Uwp n hoiigi'iil spirit lu our breast. Tlioru are two wny Is to struggle nud resist,rel using to yield, Tho result Is, tho wotiiullug of ways of moot big html oxporUwwfc One t)w Bool, uud thu biienslfyhig of tho fVUlUiesj, 'i'Ui> other way Is sweetly to • to^pt ; tl\0e;clAiumjtitiuiowi or llio »'o- > i-AitM AOT/.'S. i '' It pays every comnmnlty, liusincss its well as fanning, to have roads and l..idge.s that ale always lu good order. I'ig potatoes before you can't do il comfortably for weeds and grass. Keep ilieiii shallow, cool and In the bin. A rain that is much larger than th- slaiidaiil of tils breed Is apt to be ionise. loose-Jointed, and lacking In constitution;,) vigor. Warm weather and showers will push a growth f>n strawberries and raspberries. If fruit anil hardy plants for win- t'Tiiig are desired this growth should ; be shortened. It nut. If the black-knot has ntturlnKl your ' Ihun trees or cherry tr-cs -jut It a! 1 off" ; and burn it. In eiitling back for bis disease, or for pear blight, I lit- cm I slmiilii !„. maiii. some distance below ex ti riial appearances of disease. run a imi i:au* The yolks of eggs are solldilled nnil used in Knvopo In the arts. It KCCIUH strange that wilh our large cunning Industries we have not yet canned or condensed eggs that should surely be available for cooking purposes. With si'ch an Industry for our surplus supply when eggs are pleullful. we should be able lo avoid the low prices Unit have lately been ruling for eggs, ami also tie In a position to partly supply the consumptive demand of other countries. t.'lrlllihiu ""' /.'(«'/. As soon as you have had a little vacation begin to push some permanent iiu- prnvcuieiit job. Fight rocks ami bush­ es,allhough you may live to see the duv that yon wlsli you had the labor and ibe interest on It. Fight! for fighting makes character, besides beautifying tin: laud, and character lasts. t'lm-H In tlif Orrtiurit. Cows love apples, aiitl a few are not 'ions to them nor predjiidlclal to a large How of milk. Kill wo in ver kitetv conditions where cows could run in apple orchards and help themselves lo fruit without getting far too much. The apple-tree should not be trained so low that a cow can reach tin; lower limbs even when not loaded with fruit. They have great fondness for apple haves when they cannot get apples, and will strip the limbs If allowed IK cess to them. This helps to dry up their llow of milk. Thr lliillir <;«»•. A leading authority says that a good butter cow should have long face, Ibe eye alert uud expressive, uud pluc-d a long way below the horns. A cow wilh eyes near the lop of the head tlocs not know any more I ho a n man Willi eyes :.u placed. She sh.oitu huve 11 large muscle, a slim neck and a yel low sliln, especially Inside the ears; the breathing should lie regular, the bac) ami abdomen strong, the udder widt. where il coiiuecis with the body, tile itals stpiarcly placed, uud the tail slliu Over and above all these points she must have Ibe dairy form. The puluts at best are only indications. The dairy form Is inseparably connected With a good butler cow. The desirable dairy loriii Is always seen in the best types ot .ler.seys, tiueinseys, llulstelus and Ayrshire*. The best beef form Is presented lu Ibe Shorthorns, Hereford* and most of the polled breeds. The Intel ligeiit dairyman, with a kiiuwhdgc hoin of experience, desire, unit a capacity for Hie business, never makes Uio mistake of choosing his cow with a beef form. Nell her will the lntelll gem beef breeder choose his anluial iTiini the dairy form, with her eat head and relaxed expression. Physical structure ami natural adaptability cm- brace the possibilities and therefore In crease the probabilities of success with the butter cow. I'rvtltny I'uy Hun*. When the hens feed at the trough on a mass of soft food, they perform In a few minutes the work which should extern! over an hour or more. The crop is distended, the food Is passed Into the gl /.ard iu larger ipiauliiles than .s re tltiired because of ibe rapidity of digestion. The sense of hunger Is induced on account of the Inactivity of tile gl /.zard. It Is not being tllsleuded with bard substances and becomes In active, The crop Is emptied Blowly, and a portion of the soft food therein firmenis, mid soft food compels the lieu to swallow more water -ban she needs. .She usually drinks but a Unified amount, and any surplus water Is voided with the food. When she is compelled to take more water than necessary, It Is but a short time uulll bowel disease results. The cause is ascribed to cholera, wlieu It Is really Indigestion. So says Amor. Voultvy Journal, lu eating soft food tho hen Is unable to make selection of kinds, but must bolt tho whole, wet or dry, and take the consequences, only to be condemned as worthless for not producing eggs from food which In the judgement of her owner is Just what all liens should lutvo lu order to make them lay. Domineering hens take more than their share from tho trough, keeping the timid ones away. Such lions beooiuu over fat, while ho others do not reelev.i food enough. When the footl is scattered far nnil wills each hen secures her share according to her industry. The more Industrious the lieu the more she will receive, and the more eggs she will lay. The lack of exercise when fed soft food Induces tho vices of cgg-entlng and feather-pulling. Idleness begets vice Ui bens as well as lu human beings, Feeil whole grniu. Nothing Is grinding grain for fowls. Kveu chopped-meat may bo scattered. i'YKii A*»(«». Tlio Uortloultural department of Michigan experiment station Is extensively testing fruits, both largo and small. Iu addition to what Is being done tit tho principal ami sub-stations smaller collections aro under trial In more than fifty places lu tbo stuto. Of BlrnwboiTlos Mr. I>. It. Toft, tin horticulturist, reports Bederwood, houtt ami Vim Demon ns tbo most promising of tho extiti early sorts, tr ho followed by Hnverbinil, I'ouvb WivlWiV Kiirly, »ubneh No, 5, D. & Pa ltd tli'oscont X Oiwiniinlo. As late sorts Hello, l'lovoiieo nml (Inudy luivo Bllenrmili"! !....»•> i*>< ••• — —" list of reds, Michigan Knrly, Hanscll and Cuthbert are the best and Turner r.nd Thwack are mentioned favorably for their hardiness. Of the :i50 varieties of apples In the station orchard couipnrtlvoly few nr" yet in bearing and no preferences fire expressed tu tin! bulletin. A H a fertilizer unleached wood-ashes have been extensively used. ..y dec novc are noi iin: not SI.UOI.II. Iamb day holds n nson for grntltad There Is no merit In a good prompted by sellish motives. Due reason why some people do much good is because |b willing to do a little at a thin The true poet is all Ibe time trying t" till lb eWorld Mjjiiethliig that <Jod ha­ loid him. 'Jecll: Self-will Is so ardent and nc live that It will break a world to plecci- :o make a stool to sit on. One of the greatest causes of trouble In this world Is tin- habit people have of talking faster than they think. People who have the least sympathy for others are those who have been the least tried and tempted tin -mselvi -s. Addison: Knowledge Is that which, next to virtue, truly und essentially raises one man above another. l)i> you always desire to lie almost always amiable and In good humor.' Then be at pence ulwajvi with (iod and with yourself. Hiuke: AH the pofslble chiritiee of life ought to be cultivatid, ami when We can iiepher tie brethren norfnendi. let us be kind neighbors und pleasant acquaintances. frttrc. Believing Cod's word glvi- H pence. The man who believes I he bank Is safe does not get up before daylight and stand In line waiting for a chance to draw out his deposit. He goes right along as usual, and draws a check whenever he wants money. Iilti-yrltr/. Christian Inquirer: Integrity is of vast importuned to reputation and peace. A •.nan may tithe ill-gotten gains but Ibe world does not forget how be obtained them and he cannot forget himself. There Is no dishonor with men and there is no remorse lu one's own heart when be knows he has pursued a path of uprightness. "The blessing of the I.iuil, it maketh rich and addeth no sorrow with It." .Ship. "The crying need of American women," says a physician whose specialty of nervous diseases brings him in contact with plenty of the nervous type of the sex, "Is sleep. Over and over I tell my women patients: 'Sleep all you can, nine, ten hours every night, and, uo mutter bow much at night, sleep surely one hour of daylight.' Many of them reply: '1 don't have time to sleep during the day.' Take time,' my 1. 'You'll get It back, good measure, pressed down, running over.' Then they 'can't sleep In daytime' That Is nonsense. They may not the first few days, but very soon after persistently limiting the effort every day, nt ii certain time, the habit will be performed and will be dUlleuH to bre-dt." Mad Th»l Is More Tnlnxblo TI -»D finl'l. Chimin Trfi.ur.; "Thers it no (gold in the bilbt uronni oor place, but there is mud thnt i« more valuable than go'd," »aid Mr. H. L. Kramer, who resist rrd jfstlftriay st the Auditorium, of the Indiana Mineral Springs! Warren connly, Ind. "It i« « magnetic mineral rued and it ii mora Vdlntble than K°'d for it cnr<« rbenma- tirim in CTery form, no matter now lonft th* •ictim baa been a nuff-rer. "Uh, no," lati«hin({lT rfnitietl Mr. Kramer to ibe report, I'II queation, "we do not Ki»e oor patients mud to eat; it ii made Dp in (ou tices and pieced on the joints whero tbo pain is rnont .enre-" "It is only within the pdst few years that this wonderful Magnetic Mud deposit has been known. Large cjaantili'i I it tan been carried away, and people aro tiarelint/ from Ui and near to cur new h tel and Vrnth b'.ii'e, cootiug over $150,000, whica hns jn-t teen completed, in order that they may drink the MiKnetic Mineral Water ar.fl ha'he in the mad. In- re are upwards of two hun Ired peoLh) there to-day, and many have, recovered to rapidly as to make it a wnrder to themselves and their friends. We look forward to the time when people will b. journoving to the Indiana Mineral Spring! from evi ry Stale and ler 'itory in ti* Onion to be cured of chrriric, rheumatic and kidnev oiseb>es that baffled the be. I medical i- k i 11. "Ihe mud it found immediately at th< ha e of the center of a hor«e*hoe shaped b iff wh'-re the Springs are al-o located, a'.d it neems that the waters ot the spring! p.i.ring fourth there fcr countless agt hts thoroughly impregnated this deposh i'h mir.eral properties, and m*t »ne 'iz J "' it -o thit when a steel blade is left ir. it, • f er a few hours it becomes thoroughly mtgne'iz-'vi so that yon cai. talc-.- up a iartc ddrning neodle " Mr. 0. L Stone, general pas ^n' agntof the C. & K. t. railway, of Chi ego, hai issued a beautiful litlle pamib let which tells ail about this wenderfir health resort, and gives the expert :r,r.4 el mitriy promin '-nt people who have tect cund there within the last year. It wih wid be Hsut by mail free, upon request. John Darby, of Salmon Falls, Mass., has double teeth all around and a stomach which doesn't rebel when he chews and swallows glass, stone and other Indigestlbles. "August Flower" "lam ready to testify under oatk that if it bad not been for August Flower I should have died before this. Eight years ago I was taken sick, and suffered as no one but a dyspeptic can. I employed threa of our best doctors and received no benefit. They told me that I had heart, kidney, and liver trouble. Everything I ate distressed me so that I had to throw it up. August Flower cured me. There is no medicine ual to it." LORK2JZO P. SLEKi'iaK, Appicton, Maine. 9 PLEASiQCT THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL B P : GMT AND NEW AND Hit COMPLEXION 15 BETTER? and kir.n*y*. Rfi-11** r.!.»ft.« ar t i m .t T e Th:* tins* UteaL It? m h * rr '*' uj ^• ^ ' ; P a, ''''.raw tu eailij LAKE'S MEDICINE •x fist* n* !]; If-JU/M J" UT, Y C M'K -.KJ. V I I i OV llnitr.llnl Mi A \ |, ') and roiiDiiiiiptiun. T'lKK'a TooriiAcui; minute. "- II. I 'lt'ij'-, t ur< woinnn found therein. ltnm, it Pi.n-.inun, TV. u'„ a pilv«:r 1 I I.II. I J1I: iml.eddi.d FITS.—AH Fits biupj Great Xertv ftr*hn>r. diiy's lihu. Miirvi'llotis l'J.00 Uiul ImUlc frrc I Dr. Kline, WJ1 Arch .St. «*(! free hy Dr. Klin's Sn KiU ufti-r Hr-t fiinr-*. TrealMij nnd > Fit ciMiH. Send to Hiilii.. I 'A A Bclicmc la now worked in Scotland by •wlikli u ^riide ol .ir'u-k \A bein^ niado from chipped graulle und clay. Tli* Ouly On > Kvt^r Prhitfld—Can Too Fla ih« Word T There In n !. liirh display ndvcrtUcment In Hi I K juipt-r wvx-U \\ lii.-h 11 j i M no two word* alike 4-xtcpl one mud. Tin: rtume U trno of eiicli heiv one Hppc.-ti'hiy 1'iifii wuuk frnm Tho l)r. Iluiter Medii hie Co, Thin I IOIIHU plnro* » "K'rv.M-eul" »n, cv.'ryVl.ini* tin*/ make und jHibll.tli. Look fur it, iid tliein llio iiiiino of 1 lie word, nud Ihey will rultint you uooic, UKiUTIKDl. J.ITllOOItAl'im Of BAUl'l.lM rilBB. A Newark penllemnn admrtlscfi for a ^rife " ,B proVly» but onlircly Ignorant of the fact." IRON TONIC Win pnrlrY BLOOD, reirnlita) dlaorder,. .IM .treDjrtt^ sppetltaj re.lor. baaJU, a«4 TljororyouU). DrapcpsU- lollieilloa, UialUred riiU La)t ib.otatet y aradlcAU^ ln.1 brl|!iloD»d, pow.r li.ra.i .4, boaea, nerTM, MM* elea, racala. i«a l*n%. •nffrrlDs from eonplalsU Da—" >lb.lra«x, •ilDalt ,fa4 apaaily cara. Rat, Miiiie to Look Like Now. * Dresses, (ieiil'sCliitliiu^, Kuulliurs, Glovos, Dyial or Cluitiitsl, Vliiali tlnrmenU etc., What Ailvit thr Cuantry. Ono nighi at u little mountain town In KelilueUy, says a writer hi the Detroit Free i'ress, 1 was sealed tn tlio porch of the tavern waiting lor bedtbuu lo come along, when it tall, strapping fellow lounged therough the ollke uud ilroiiped into a chali' beside me. "Stranger ui these partsV" be said Inquiringly. "A Utile somewhat so," I replied, glad of u cluiucu lo talU to somebody; "though tie been over u Bcctiou ot it iu Hie past month." •'What do you lliliik of U'(" "U ell, il might be worse." "1'es, 1 s'puse so, but I've studied up some and ilon'l see exactly how." "O, il isn't ull bad," 1 said eucourtlge- iugly. "1 reckon not," be replied, lu a halfhearted way; "1 never heard anybody say anything against the mural character of our mountains; our trees would tdaiid well iu any coiinnuutly; the Ouin- bcrhind river is ch an, mid our cows are, us u rule, peaceable and well disposed." The man's answer surprised me noi n little. 1 had not heard any native talk quite us he did anil 1 was interested. "Do you belong hero?" I Inquired. "les; never lived tuiywhoro else." "What business are you hi?" "I'm a school teacher." "Ub, you leitcb the young Idea how to Kliool, do your" "Not much," bo leplled with emphasis; "Its born right In 'em, and that's what ails the wliolo country," I'robably ho knew what he wuu talking about. Steamed, nt Otto l>ia-la-li'ri l) iu Works,210 W. Witter tit., Mllwiiukt'O. Send for circular. A cannon ball was recently- filed nearly seven miles from au eight tou.gun in Dover. Knglaud. II ALL'S CATAltiUI CURE Is a liquid and l« bikcii Internally, ami aeIs directly upon the iiliioil nm] nuit'our, niirfiit'L'fi of tlio system. Smil f„|. testimonials, free. Sold by I>rngi:i-ts, Trie. I'. ,l. (JII ENEV & CO., Proprs., Toledo, O. ''lit) fiiri'inge hi which Napoleon I. made lli- fllllHIIIS Ifllt'ltl fl'tllll MoM'llW Is still well lii'esui'vud. it belongs to Iho Wulliuuton e.tnle. b I)vsi'i:i'su, hnpiilrfil digestion, weak stom- I in li, anil i-miKllpiitlon will he lustanlly re. ! liuvutl by llct'tdiaiii'd Pills. 25 funis a buy. The first Induing school for teachers wus slit hi the year 1735. organized hi l'riiss JJt'awn Jlattpr Suttee. Ono pint hot water or white stock, onu-lmlf cup butter, scant, two tablespoons Hunt', one-bait teaspoon salt, one-half teaspoon pepper. 1'ut half the butter iu u saucepan; be careful nut to let It become brown; when melted add the dry Hour and mix It well. Add tho hot water, a little at a time, and stir rapidly ns it thickens. When perfectly smooth add tlio remainder of tho butter, one small piece at a time, and stir uulll It Is absorbed. Add the Bitlt and pepper. When carefully niad?, this sauce should bo free from lumps; but If not smooth, strain It before serving. A I.urgt) Contract. Stnnhy—Allsa Trlllor hasn't I 'nvoved us with tmy lmisle this evwilus. I'm going to ninko her sing. Old Mr. Trlllor—I'll inuko it worth your while If you will, young man. It's more than that Italian professor I've subsidized can do. Tho True Laxative Frlnolplo 01 the plants used In manufacturing tht pleasant lumeily, Syrup of Figs, lias a per- liiuneiitly buiiitlii'lul effect on llio luuiiau •ystuiri, while tho cheap vcirotaule extracts uiul mineral solutions, usuuily sold as inuill- elnos. are piu'uitinenlly Injurious, liulnj; well-Infiiriutil, you Mill use tlio true rouiutly only, Mauufuoturod by tlio California Vlg Syrup Co. Clarai "That's • becomlug roll you have on," Muude: "What makes you think »oV> Clsra: "iiouauso lis to thick," anjt It Never Failed to lleneilt or Cnra.' Fountain County Vetnoerat, Inti, Of the ninny putieuls who have visited the Indiana Mineral Springs since they wero discovered, not one has gone away without either being cured or greatly benefited. Of the diteusts that are sure to be cured by tie proper uso of tho water and mud baths, first of all rheumatism in every form, Hundreds of cases of ekin diBeiiBOH of all kinds lmve been cured and those benefited ure only loo glad to testify to the marvelous properties of the wider. No better water ixistB in the United States and many huve made it a lust re-, sort to he cured of these i.fllictione and have been wholly successful when) they bare failed in every other place ami means. A beautiful illustrated book that tells all about these wonderful springs will be sent by mail, free to ull, who will address, H. It. Kramer, Qen. Mgr., Box 3, Indiana Mineral Springs, lnd. I'oos cottage nt Kordbnm, where ho wrote The Haven and Annabel Lee, and where his ehlld-wlfo died, lias been bought by a ltoman Catholic publisher who will soon move the building to his country place, nud miiko 11 over Into u study and library. I collar tolb.lraex • •«'• '""^y eur«, MMT.1 roaa btnota on ch««ka, o«aJitifle. Oomplealeaw Bold averv-^hara. All g.rtuliis rfwls bnl "CraacauU f ' Head ms 'i o«uu lUusp for 13-f as*) •Miphlal. ML BART Eft KIICIHI 0«-, (t Usdf. aU. KEID'S cFinnv roroH AND KIDNEY CL'UK. This great remedy is the best thing on the market lor nil maladies that arise from colds. These diseases are many, lor w hen a cold att uks the sy»- tem it produces, a congestion in tha blood vessels, and whatever organ la affected is wealcemd just as this congestion is widcsprt-iii or small in extent. Hum's U UIIMAN C OUGH AND K IDNEY CritK relieves the system by stimulating the circulation, Inciting The kiilnets to action, and thus enabling the lungs to proceed in their work of removing the carbonic acid from the blood. When this Is accomplished the cold is cured and the person is restored to lieaith. The ordinary cough r, in <ly seeks to stop tho c ugh simply by drying up or paralyzing the muscles so that thesulferer i> unable to cough, but they do not seek to remove the cause of the trouble. A cough, thus checked is of'.en driven upon the kidneys, and se'.loui trouble Is the result. K EID'S G UNMAN Coi'tiii AND K IDNEY C UKE opens the pores, si iiiuilates the secretions and drives the disease away. Uet It of any dealer. S YLVAN K E.MEDY C O., Peoria, 111. %H BR a** This Traao Mark la on the host WATERPROOF COAT ilhiBtrtttod Jr'l'OO. In ibe World I A. J. TOWER, BOSTON, MASS. Live fish have been safely sent In the malls from India to Uio British museum. Iluv. K. M. P ERKINS, Autiusta, Ark,, jays: M hitvo lined llrudyftotliio for hand- nclii! with such gnitlfyhiji i-o-iiilts Hint I never fail lu rce aiuientl it aniens my liutiplti." Of ull llriiiiglsis, Fifty nml" faction returned, man j.ivisa. If you keep nt It, is apt to lull upon tho liver. Tho things to prevent tills aro Dr. Pierce's I'liuisunt Pellets. Take ono of tuoso little Pollots for a nuTOctlvo or gentle iiuutivo—throo for a cathartic. They're the smallest, easiest to take, pleasnntest and most natural in tho way thoy act. Thoy do permanent good, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, (rick or Bilious Headache, and all derangemonts of the llvor, stomach, and bowels are proveuted, relieved, and oured. They're gttaranteed to give Batista every case, or your money is The worst oases of Chronic Catarrh in tho Head, yiold to Dr, Sago's Catarrh Remedy. So certain is it tlmt its makers offer $500, r ' '' " ••') i ",Mir .'ihlo ease. All TUC CAIUIE IJUIAUe (raTiNTiD.) mads, TJallkt othaf L.J*. H UOm •t 4ns notrdar and psckM la a *u vlia romorabl. lid. \k» ceaUall ire «l»»ya resdj »r •*». Will iituka tht ttut |»r(umea Usr«t«tJa la 'JO raluuta. without MHn0. U la thn beat (or clsaata( wasM plnsa, dlatuticUng tlulta, cleMK, wsthlni botllti, paints, tms,«U, PRNNA. .HALT HF». C«(i..n Aru , Phils., Ti.. Patents! Pensions! Betiil Tor IiiTBiilor'afluiile or Uuwlo Obtain a Pataat Bond for Diux.l of •>•'••-!'>•> mill llouiilv l-nwa. JUtlilik O'l'i,, r<ll, ll'iialiliigiou, 1>. V. BARLOW'S llMOICO b LUE. Tlio Ksmlly Wash III no. fur aalo hy Oroeurs. liolllll.i: Drntli-faatlcrJ 9 ^BICYCLES »ln •>AII,. N|,«r llau „hri«, II. l.,rr ton aar ••n't .lamp lur aatalof aa I, TlllPllWUliCliUENlOS ins a. i. si.,iu.i...u,ft flit™. Who will (> t Ut |WATCHES FIVE HUKpRED DnLLARS la aiitlllud l» one etiwis of lliu numtor of voles ettbu wll poll 'ilirou liuiulred mill llvo donstlona One of »lu miuli loveluad mid Harrison each polled OTor livo million voloa iu 1BB8. f <1|, ii, o.utW f ttiiiliitiKti \ uo» |i]6 Soheiiootndr, N, Y, HEMORDIA i-Vi'.iJ:*. TI1BOM.V SlillKtlllti:. rrlce ai .oo br mall.' UjiaillUlU CO.. IIP I'ultou St.. New X ?rjt; $40,000,000 Earood br tlio Hell 'rulcplttm*, l'tttont tu l$)t. Your Invoiition amy lie viilui'.lilti You slioilil protout It by oiilent. Atltlruaa for full nml IntolllKiUil ndt'l. o, fraa if oluirge, IV. IV. l -|IIH.i :v .V i «., Stilk'ltora of enliiiita, Fliolflo llld'g, (123 l r St, N »'., »\ .t -lilllatull. P .O. Mfillion tlila pitpwr. fifailliard ajss, •TATVRR'S niiuain Kama*laa. "Tht Laid Cuawl mulicinu tut o/IHt aarlA " •»<•. o. s». llrowtt'e nr .ni HI i> (iit ifiKit Aim Old R, nn || M .Uodard aa flour In all markata, 1 Oomnoaed 3 but blood karbe. It • at liarfitwMdk •ol on tha and bo«ala. Chnw ^»anU^HKti4*E*-

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