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SUMMER IN MY HEART.
Above, the sky is palo and drear;
Below the grountid is white with frost,
No merry voice or bird I hear;
The babbling brook in ice is lost.
Nature is resting from her work,
And when she sleeps she little heeds
Whether the skies be bright or murk,
Or what her waking children needs.
It is -:to time we winter call;
Of all the seasons most forlorn,
reauty arrays her in a pall,
Forgets the weeds that most adorn.
But when I fondly think of you
The dreary curtain drops apart,
A charming lamscape then I view,
For then 'tis sumnesr in my heart.
MINNIE C. BALLAnD.
TOO MANY SALOONS.
RfQorta of te Churel( Teapernceo Society
to Mkule Theut Fewer.
"The fact is," said a prominent mem
her of the Church Temperance Society,
of New York City, "all classcs drink too
much. From the gilded saloons up
town and dow n-town, where costly works
of art hang on the walls, adorn the par
lors and make attractive the seene, to
the lowest dive in Cheery street or the
meanest hole in Chathani street, the les
son may be drawn. Who, for instance
could exaggerate the scenes born of in
temperate use of alleged 'wino' in thc.
wine rooms of our great masquerade
halls ? There is not a gin mill in thc.
city whore drunken men are not. manu
factured daily. Murder, lust, disorder
of all kinds find their inspiration at the
pui)lic bar, and it is iitntp'rate use of
liquor at public bars which the society
hopes to stop. Onie particularly good
feature is the Rooiety's interest in the
boys of to-day-I Ie men of to-morrow.''
"But boy\ don't drink ?"
"Don't th('v, though ? Go d->wn town
and see the b)oys I rom fotlrteet to lilne
teen, clerks il ollie< s and stores, at lunch.
They not only drink, but. thq!y guzzle.
Follow Ihem to the theatre at night; see
where they go Ibtetween the acts. Poisonl
ing the air with what, in their gullibility
they call 'tol ilce'o' Ind st('nching the
neiglborhood with their nasty cigaret hts,
they rush il drovc'u to the n('ar1st gist
mill, drink their randv. whiis!cy or tin
and (seltzer, and take alnother 'stiik
weed' for their nerves. IP"'rhaps they
don't consider themlistlt hovs, bit iu
eye of the law and oomnlon se'ns' they
are boys 'all the saue,' and very sill'y
boys at tlit.
"To meet tli c"asi' of the::e hoys inl
coa'hlmen's coats :nd toothpick shoies
will ib' ann earnist (lolr in lie work of
the socioty, and. fm-thi(r thant this, it will
take Co"nizalt'e of l sillr ovs who
"What ! Sua1(lr hoys drink ! No11
"-tus see how muc11(h1 'n 1os1('t
there is inl t' ass.vtion. In the first re
port put out by the Citizens' Law and
Order L:tagu', of MassaelusetIs, it was
stated a11 t t trly iill dealers in intoxi
eatiig litquoim in the City of Iloston sell
to minors to drink on the preliisis, and
also to very little child it to cary homte.
In ote salont t visit'"d by odlit'ers of tle
society, t wenty Ioys under lift i';n wen.'
found (drinking, aund in another tllil
boys betwe'l sixleen and eiglhteen. Of
thirty-six case of in fring mnt of law
Iirosecutted within a fev weeks. t wety
one were for selling drink to m inors.
What fitire can h expeeted of thest'
boys. asnd wnn1 t mst.( . t' ett'ct Iho upl . on
the little ciiren i who lii haitua Illy ttnt't
the tights tad souinds of the liq'uor~ sa
lootits whent theyi go to feufrh Jiiiuor fos
tthe'rIt:nents ? it hais beoen stattd that
5ut'.v-t'ive lttrI o'ni. tof It' vicits
where' thre't ha:s lb on exoussive drtintkin12
tand therce is nit rteasont toi doubtit the truth
of t his ist im.nit'."
A Ilaytans Ihike.
M. Tousssainit-Latgtri lie, a full -bloodled
negro, once theo " 'Due de lai Grasmd1er're,'"
and finatncial sgetit ini Franco of tlto
Emperor Soulouine, has jusst dlit'i in
Paris. lHe was successful ini tecurintg
a contlsiderabl te Itoant fors (Iho lhi:i-k (O ar,
by- ptrotmising to pay thie most inicrediblo
ptercentagte-ne,'trtiing to one account,
evenl ging so fur as 2,000) per cent. Heo
also itouight upi ani elnoos qluanltity otf
oldl military ulnifor'ms of all Eutropetian
nlationaliit its, ttteconsd-hiandt genterith' hats
and( oIlier iidorinments, ftor Ithe dtecori
tion oif Stoulouquel's soiejrs, gene rals,
and ofl'icei's of slate. Het did not ftorget
to proculre, also, a considerablte quatttity
of French btransdy- Stiulttuue was so
delighted withi the success of bitt aigent
th,at lie sent wor'd to himn that hle had
t'leviated hlim to the dignity of a 1Duke.
This maide the man ai butt for Frencl,
wit, and r'uiined his ct'dit. ThenIiou-U
louqute bmecamne ansgs y it the dlecr'ease of
Silpphl es, anti, fanctyini thatst hisa:t
wiis gi' wimg ctareless, Ito detgr'aded. himi
mit' a Mairquis, thon to a Cut, next to
a Blarton, itfterward'i to a niere Chevalier,
and tiltuinttly deprived himi event of
thA~i ('mnanit o tf ar'istocrautie diusinet ion.
Mbat wile M. Tloussaint-.L.agorillet had
also lotst faith in his imeia matr
and began tocatrry on his buieslts 0on his
own account. Whein the Emperor was
dethroned, and tied to P'aris, lie sum.
moned the ex-Duke to aippear btefoie htim.
but Lagorslle refused tto obey the sum
mons. HIe hiad mantagedi to h'uiid up for
himself a property of some 60,000 franes,
npn the miterest'of which lie lived wuitli
comfort andu great self-compieency tot
extreme old1 age.
How to Cook Stuff-ed Veal,
For this dish use five or six p)oundis of
the loin, or a thick cut from the middlo
to the lower end of the leg of veal. (Cut
out the bone without mangling the meat,
and( stuff the veal with the following force
meat: Half a pound of the trimmings
of the veal, chopped very fine,. with half
a pound of fat salt pork, half a pound (if
fine bread crumbs, two raw eggs, two
tablespoonfuls of chopped pa.rsley, two
level teaspoonfuls of salt and and( a salt
spoonful of pepper. A pound of sausage
meat may be used in place of the chopped
veal and pork. After the veal is stauned(
season it highIy with salt and pepper,
amid dredge it all over with dry flour.
Put three tablespoonfuls of butter ini a
kettle, and let it get smoking hot over
the fire; then put it in the veal, and turn
it about until at is brown all over. -When
the veal is brown lay some skewers on a
p late under it, pour over it .a quart of
boiling water, and stew it over a gentle
fire for two hours and a half, or until it
is qnite tender, keeping the kettle closely
covered. When the veal is tender take
it up, take out the skewers or plate, sea
son the gravy palatably with salt and
peppeor, add to it aglass of wino or three
tablespoonfuls of any good table sauce,
and serve it with the veal.
A DOr asked his father the meaning of
temnpus fngit. The old gentleman said
he didn't know certaini, kqt it was sonke
king aout d-thna
Dying With Their Boots On.
There is a class of individuals with
molo-dramatio notions of what consti
tutes a heroic aim in life. They are, for
the most. part, men with very iil-defInc(j
notions of the rights of other people. To
secure by any means, foul or fair, the
money other men have done honest work
to earn, is considered >y these heroes en
tirely legitimate. To lie dead drunk in
a low groggery or in the gutter seems to
them the very acme of human enjoy
ment. But the very highest felicity t
which the real leadels of this class of he
roes can aspire is the privilege of dying,
as they so tersely express it, with their
It is nteedless to say that these so-called
heroes nearly always have their anbi
tion in this respect. gratified. Jim Elliott
ex-conviet, ex-prize-fighter e-vri
thing that honest m11en uisuailly avoid, m'et
a bigger cowatrd and better shot. than
himself 1 short timue since. and made hi;
exit in a blaze of revolvers and glor.j
George Coyle, the oil region 1ruiser, who
was proud of the record of having
cleaned out all the lesser bullies in that
lively corner of creation, undertook to
clean out a grog shop to oblige a friend
and got cleaned out himself for good,and
ill. What happelned to these Ad
roughs happens to nearly all ol air
kind who don't die with delirium tre iens
before the pistol or knife has had a'good
opportimity to get inl their work. Such
hiro"s sel(lom1 linger on this mortal stage
past, middle life. An old hero of this
ilk is as h1ard1 to tind as a needle in ahay
stack. They usually tie with their boots
. Were it not that there seems to he an
ilterminlable crop of young fools who are
instaitly recruited to till the ranks of the
expiring heroes, they might well be tis
missed withoout further comtent. But
like the traditional hou.-se-tly, who, when
killed, always la,s a1 thousand to its
funeral, the Jead b ruiser finds any
amount of brainless imitators. The dine
novel and cheap storv-papers are edncalt
ing hunidreds and thol"<;lanls of atllle.
henlcl boys to seek their liglest delight
m prize-tights, cock-pits, low danlee
houlses. and general Scenes of riot inid
disorder. 'This :heyvcall enujVini th,1
selves and seeing life. It is certaily tnl -
joyuent of t he verv lolwest order ani nt
nurnquently ends iii deatlh to its tevotee
with his boots on. A young m:n um1st
he hard upl for ian ain in, life who ciut't
lind a better one than that.-'hi//(l(/
TlE ('OUNT1i1 TATFERN.
Tim, Diltre'nee nectw"een TInt and the
l:reat City 110itel.
A country landlord tells Peci, of the
Milwaiukee Sun, Ili en t ivmv itIe he goes
to a city hotel he declare's tiat ie will
not go igilin. He says:--'' lere, When
a traier concs in, tie stlched and
ir(n-ned clerk, simply hanuds himl) a pen at
ilm register, tanps i lell a1nd stnls 1 hoy
nitl the t raveler up the elev,tor to i
r, om, andt the bus ines.t is over with,
without any words. Wit I in, at niv
lotel 111 laonne, it is so difl' rent that von
wouhldI't tiilk, if you were tlwre. t'hat,
it was fim s5ame builsiness. You takw it
()n at coltl nigh,t in wintor aiu0 the scent's
ariaind iy calmlp tire are altogether
ditlereint from whit YOU see here in fllii
eo:,y 1l:ac'e. W'hen the train gets in,
tlat it about four hours late, )adl the
two or thrce tirel 11d chillel travelers
get into the ollice, and register, 1111l
hnddle ao1undtl the stove, and(1 growl ablout
the poor tire, at the saie tile tellinv
me1 to I huste rond anlIid give tni 141
14)'Ims wi'hI tires inl tiem, it is at delight
ful I ienIia', nouw I tell va 'n. yeu 'nee, I
nn't atlonil to hire a 'elerk, or a naight
watch, t w() or thlree loll-hbovs land aI
porIter fo n1 Iighlt anti dIay wo'rk, ai1n1 ll
tlw hlIl I have' is thle'boy whoa toakIs
'Ine (fIt he1 barn and1( keeps'upj thae tiresi
minm he lou,. So, y'ou set' all the woirk
delve Is ila>n me, e'specially at night,
and s-l wile thle tave'lt'r areC try ing to get
iln-wedl out at tIle t wo-b y-four thi1en
stove' that smtokets, andti has a t'raek ill the4
sid0 ent of whi'h the sap~ from thle wate
''atlm od is otinlg, r 1111 huistlhintg around
have't stoves ini them'n anti placing paits of
coatls beside thle beds ini the less fortia
11n1t4 rloms. Oh, it, is funa I tell vou.
"'All tIle tm the guests doIwul in the
I'llitee are 'sweairing bttecaus1e 1 <lonl't hurriy
lil, m.11d wondetltring if there is at fire e'..
'nll nl ii each ro1m oit f t he house, when'I
the faels ar'e tinit the ho(tel is onuly two-I
sto rie's hIigh , ml a piersonel ('ult fa'll out
haurt. Instead oIf hainlg aL porteri to
it all I in Iy selfI, andt pro111nise to h ave
uatd I muist listen Io' the taiffy t'y give
And11 tenl(~ eininetes tel 4one, IheI ve ry fel low
whlo liowIs thle loudest aboullt the ble 't.
nless of tIle tallow candh-111 his tieket drewv
1and Icoplians herause.~, ther-e is n1o TurIk
i-lh rug at the n-ide of his hed4 tIor hlimI tIl
.ylt I. Iln'ving till windowe~ hines to'-t
Ioe mtSit im o i~ f erineIkta1lulln brloken
ghlas autt 'the banlance, (If plit(cs of ('arpeIt
stuffetd ini to lp ouit the' winltry blInts
is one of Ilm, munbellr whIl o ll aI ropI)
tire escaen inl his vaIlist' withI wich lw
let hlimse f and1) l'iRu:g down intto the
The Itallroad Station L1oa'er.
loaft'r is tIhe inIlst loIafl'rishlest. Ile i
ytour vah se as lIe passes5 it. 11- is neve
"lwayVs explectorah 5 eitherin tilem dir
tioni of y'oir valiso or year feet. ie'
standits mi yourll waly at the tiett otliee
a ltgha heI is neve'r kno wnI tI) go any- V
lie tele'gralph win dowv w'hile you write a
mnessage'. Hef sparai' andt ''rustlos'' withi
oIther' hoodiims. lHe loudIly ('alls t hatnt
t eit ion of his ft'llow- loatjers tto your pr
soinal appeat'arance1 antd makes' 'stage
aisitde' retariiiks for yout to hea'1r its you
p.mss by him. HeI is utterily tuselless, 'in.
finitely wolrthlecss andlt a whollesale uui.
santee. Whetn lhe is n'.iter foulrutt years
of iage hIt shInb htI'e e 1l 'ged'l and1 'ilt
petlledl to gc tt schll4. helI t-eIn thae:ets
of fourteein andt t wenty -onue lhe shtoulId be'
seint to the 1 ouse of correc't on or a r.e
form schtool, atnd after reatch'ltg theo age
of, twverty-one hte sihouIld ho hianged. Oil
with his htead. tSo aioch. for the loafer.
SERGEANT BALLANTINR tells the stor.
.fa foreign prince who comlplained to
his steward that his horses looked Itin.
" The corn-dealer will supply no more
oats till he is paid," sajid the steward't.
"'Who will trust us ?" asked the prince.
After deep and long consideraition, the
steward said that he thotught they still
had credit with the pastr cook. "Food
lhe horses upon tar*.s 4" 'd the prianoe.
Days of the CIpper 8ip.
The fast-sailing clipper, Young Amor
1ca, which for thirty ye%rs has led the
average records of the Paiic coast sail
ing vessels, is now at Pyrtlind, Oregon,
and the local tars recall the -xciting
times when the 9t0 days' sail fron'; San
Francisco to New york was a matter of
sp)ecuilation and gambling. About ten
years ago the Yowlg America reached
*an Francisco, being 99,days from Liver
pool, aud the fasteht timF-on record, and
a few days later the British ship Esco
cesa arrived vith the next -best record.
'I'his led tP, a newspaper controversy in
wh ich the relative merits of the ships was
freely eauvassed; and, finally, Theodore
H. Allen published a proposition to the
eftect that, if both ships could leave Sant
Francisco within twenty-four hours of
each other, he would bet five thousald
doll(ars on the Young Anerica, which
ofer was taken. A furor of betting arose
which was never equaled in the history
of deep-sea navigation. The Davy
Crocket t was nearly ready for sea at the
same tin(', and pools were sold on the
three vessi'ls, the Young America being
the favorite. On the 28th of Februnary
the Escocesa and Youiig America were
towed out of San Francisco within half a
mile of each other. Th wind, which
was very light, was from the west. The
Uritish ship Patrician, which went out
just ahead of Ihem, wa canght in a calm
and drifted in upon the Potato Patch
reef, outsid Ioint B'iita, where she
went to pice(s. Next morning a bark
arrived from Batavia and reported hav
ing met both ships. She met the Young
America forty-five miles off the Farra
lones, and the Escoresa three h1ours"3 ind
a half hlind1. This weather listedsoni
days, and the Yallkee ship never lost her
advantange, but increased it to suiclh an
extelt t1uit she hea: the Escoet'sa livo
vais and the 1 rav" Croeket t eleven, al
thouiigh her fimiie on this voyage wits one
hundred and eight days.
1fiiu,- a Little Talk.
An ol1 merelnlt, who has beeln in
business hcre si ne Adam was a little
I)y, cnlled a ne w clerk to his desk one
i'irning tis week to haivo a talk with
h1ilm. 'l'he clerk is v'ry smart, and thO
proprietor said to himt:
"Y oinig 1i11ni, you :re too smart. You11
have got so yIi ull of gin. You wo ari'
neikties that woul seare a horase, anld
yolt seem Ito he a year alid of he
atyles. Sir, the paits this year seemed
to me to he tight enough, hutt these new
lrants you have got are so t ighit I don't
see low you get. all of yourself inito thenm
w ithout usilIg a stretcher. You Vear a
ibunher six luit, wit Ih a washer inside of
it, and numher twelve slemo-s, and your
iat-tails are s;o short I :ho1ll thinlk you
would take your dia.5h of cold. And
ook at that diamoid in, or is it alum'
You have your Iiiger i:ils dressed by a
p rofe'ssio nal corn dleet or, and youir hair
is p) artedl in the lmiddtle and plastered
down with hainloline. You get nine dol
lhrs a week, an I pay six dollars for board,
seven dollars for whisky, and live lolla:rs
for eigars. Now wher:' do you gt y eur
clothes? YouI think I am a dlamed fool
to live here forty years nlt:! not get into
the ra(tket of a soft-hwaded kid like you?
NOw, yoll go aill sweep the store, ald
co me ill here allmt tie tilll) you usually
go out. for a drink, and I will have a littie
timc. to give you somi advice that will
dlo you good." The younlig fellow went,
ilt and did rot come back, and some
t hink he crawled intlo a gas-pipe.--Cwi.
Tlhte LewIs F"ish Chowder.
Peel two quarts of rawv potatoes anit
slice them rather thin; peel aind r,lico twvo
qularts of oniions; skin anid clean four
large porgies, remoive Ithe heads and1( cut
each lishi in slices ab ou t thiree inelis
thick; soak four sea biscuit for livo
mlinuites iln cold water; eut onie pound of
fat salt po(rk( inl thi n slices; have readly
for s;easoing blahck and red pepper,
p)owder'd cli vies ainil a very small 1bunch
oIf thyme; th e thymlie is to lie t akein out
of the chow*der beiifore it is serveid. F"irt
fry oine-thlirdi of the pbork withI onie-thuirid
oftt the oiinls; tIla'n taike up~ thle fried
por k andii insi, an d lIut them aside to
use0 preisenithy; wash thle kettle ina whuichi
tho po'rk and onjions werie frieid, wipe it
drys and lint in the hot lomn a liver' of ra v
Halt por1k i'ut in thlin slices; on the ~ lawk
hay san oaeif the fishi and seaisoni it wit hi
redl niil lack ie-pplr, salt "'nd a lit tle
groiund cli ves ; ion th 1 f ish 'jO.ce a lavyer
utf piitatiies an inich thick, neixt a similar
layer of thte raIw ionils slici'i, then the
frijid pork amli Onionils, anud half the sea
tiiseiit, nil season ti his layir highly with
salt, Itlir andii piowderedi (clivies. Ie
peuat thei layirs of tishi, potatoe's, onions
cod ater intoi thei kit tle imtil it enitire'ly
icivers ihsie inigrienits, enver the ki'tti'o
the- il)taLti'is arc thorouigihly e'oked;
u lhen tii' potatoes arle (donle iiidd a illuart
bouttle of ilirit, to the ehiowder- let it
just. reacth the bioiling point, rein ,vo
the hinmeh of thymie, anid then serve the
(chouwder in a tuireeni.
Ilauing a litle Talk.
An (ill mier'eh:imt, wvho Isis lueen in
huusmjess heri' sinceo Adliam was a little
iiy, i'alleid a m-iw clerk to his dlisk oniei
iiiiring tlij; wiiek tii have ai talk withi
lum. 'The clerk is veryi' smart, auili thme
'rIpri'tiir said to him:i
ha:ve' gut soyu linll if gin. Yiou wea:r
n'ecktjus thait wuhti senre a li,rsi', andii
7"* se .toi b1 a ea aheaid of the
tyl. n, hepats thIiis yem. seeio'l.'i
toi in to be liht enuigh, bunt thes' new
.iilihit you gt all oif yoiurself into themii
wihu numg a st retche'r. You~i weara
nuliiier' six b;it, g ithawsi'rnid t
it, and number 111wev shoe and~ ul your
e. at-*t-tili- are' so short I shioublt thin~k you
wionhll take your1 d (eath (If colhl. And
boh at that iaimond pin, or is it alumn'?
3 ou have you flin 'mger nails idresseid by a
pro.fesjsinal1 corn ilet lor, anid youru imir
0a paru111 in thil iddhlll' andi lahstered
ll's ai we'eik,*u In pay six do llars for' board
seve Vil lhars fior wh isky, aind i vi' dl laIrs
f"r cigars. Now whr' ido you get. vA ur
clothis ? You thjink I am ai b.lme' foul
to 1kvi heire fortyv years iiI not get iinto
the r'a'ket o.f ai soft-headed kiid hike you ?
Nowu, you go andl sweep tho store, and
IIlfom ini hierei aoust thle t imle you uslulIly
o 1out fill a drink, anid I wuil have a lit tle
tuneii to g~ i' yiou 511 iome idiive lint. wuill
1:o youl ''511d."' The iiouclng fillow wenIt
ittI and did c'ot eome back, andii some
rhi:k lhe erawlhed intlo a gals-pine. -Chi
STATmT' es of aL (luaitlIi i.i in'ergia1
gatheired by the A //(1nia (-on.s';.fio,'.
['le Marietta .md No rth Ge:orgia r'oad is
the great rout. ' for quail hiuiters. Trho
other day ther' ' weire 82,000 worth of
dhogs (eash vahlu it ion) i the blaggage ear
on that :-ad, atteindeh(d by 26,t)00 wvorth
of negroes (old valuat ion).' In the coach
were $1,400 worth of gulns and .$50 worth
of untrs.On the retuIrn trip they h:ad
$58wrhof birds1 Md thoy t$2
THE COUNTRY TAVERN.
The Difference Between That and the
Great City Hotel.
A country landlord tells Peck, of the
Milwaukee Sun, that every time he goes
to a city hotel he declares that he will
not go again. He says:--" Here, when
a traveler coincs in, the starched and
ironed clerk, simply hands him a pen at
the register, taps a bell and sends a boy
with the .traveler up the elevator to a
roon, and the business is over with
.without any. words. With me, at my
'hotel op home,'it is so different that you
wouldq't think, if you were there, that
it was the same business. You take it
on a cold night in winter and'the sootes
around my camp -fire are altogether
dif'erent from what you see here in this
cosy *place. When the train gets in,
that is about four hours late, and the
two or three tired and chilled travelers
get into the oflice, and register, and
huddle around the stove, and growl about
the poor 1ihe, at the same time telling
me to hustle around and give them
rooms with fires in them, it is a delight
ful ",nio, now I tell you. You see, I
ea o afford to hire a olerk, oi a'night
watch,. two or threq bell-boys an ,a
portel for night and day work and all
the help I have is the boy wiho takes
'care of the barn and keeps up the fires
in the house. So, you tee all the work
devolves upon me, especially at night,
and while the travelers are trying to get
thawed out at the two-by-four oflice
stove that smokes, and has a crack in tho
side out of which the sap. from the water
elm wood is oozing, I am bustling around
up stairs building fires ih the rooms that
have stoves in them and placing pans of
caisls bcsido the beds in the less fortu
nato rooms. Oh, it is fun I tell you.
"All the time the guests down in the
offiee are swearing because I don't hurry
up, and wondering if there is a fire es
cape in each room of the house, when
the facts are that the hotel is only two
stories high, and a person could fall out
of any room in the house .knl not be
hurt. Instead of having a porter to
carry the haggare upstairs I must lug
itf all up myself, and proWdjse to have
each and every man up and dressed in
time to take the early train out of town,
and I must listen to the taffy they give
maie about the towels in the room 'eing
al .he to stand alone, and the ribs of the
led showing through i thei mattress, that
I must. admit looks rather consumptive.
And ton chances to one, the very fellow
who howls the loudest about the short
ness of the tallow candle his ticket drew
aind complains because there is no Turk
isli rug at the side of his bed for him to
kneel on when lho says his ' Now I lay
me,' or criticises the crude country
style of having the window panes coi
posed in part of cracked and broken
glass and the balanee of pieces of carpet
stutfed in to keep out the wintry blasts,
is one of the number who had a ro le
fire escape in his valiso with which lie
let himself and lnggag- down into the
yar,, and escaped without paying his
ORANUE COUNTY MILK.
How it Was First Ment to the New York
In a recent conversation with a re
porter, Thomas J. Taylor, an old milk
lproducer, of Florida, N. Y., gave a short
history of the growth and method of the
milk traffie in Orange County. Ho
"' The first milk shipped from Orange
County to New York was in A pril, 1812,
m al was paroduced on the farm then
owned by Philo Gregory. William L1.
L-mgr'idge worked Mr. Gregory's farm,
anid sold to Mr. Gregory the milk at two
cents a quart, delivered on the ears at
-Chester. It went to New York by the
lpassentger train in the morning, to'Pii'r
nmot, and thence by boat. T1hte first
shaipmeaants were made in churns, which
withI their contents were weaighted, andl
I wveinty cents a hundred was charged for
freight an I two shillings six penice for
eattage from the boat to the milk depot
at No. 80 1lThompsoni street, New Yor'k.
Mi'. Gregory employed a man to sell his
milk, payinig him $10 a month and
leard,l tad sol his milk at four cents
Per au:n.fi. Mr. Lanagridge in one vear'
andata a hailf made an assignment, whaile
Ma'. (t-gor'y, at two cnts a qartt,'piaid
$ 1 per' year fir a basemnactt room) anal
heaalp, aria<1 tatablishied a butsiniess wichl
has sinica growni to enioirmiouis propoir
Iiia. ft was sootn fouand that two cents
iia <il:art wits a losinhg 1bausiniess, and ftor
inany i ye'ars' it was sold lby the farmiers tat
t 'a'iinfs a qart for' fou'tr mnithIs, thri ee
e'' its a quatrt four mointhls attnd faint' eeits
ata finartt four' mntthis. IThase were'o lie
talaisheda pr'iera utfitl 11, duina
which't timae buiater solad ini the earl]9
pr itag andia faill tofite vear' froma On'e
shtillinig anad asieta-ne to t wo tshilinga a
pound, anal diairies for" seasot n at 16 toi 20
en ats. Whetn thle wait Ibrohalo out lariat's
rain wildh, faramers receiving as high as
forur cenfs mi summeract, six cenats ini
sp irig atnd faill, and .ie'ight ('a-itts ini witt
tar. hBut t'r was worthI from 5i0 cnitfs to
75 ciiits at Ite fntarme's dloori. A ftr t'hfit
witri, andia uap tao 1871. ft'a'rmer asld fteir'
madilk toi ft' aehra' alt' thamarketpraie'
thi' dalerts motlIt the tri'e at its hlnt'aa
vil au', andihe flitarmeris ware sattitid
Ina Novetam'e, 1871, nllu heien sel'l..at I
in g duiirig It' whtoli mth-tt Itiat six ceintf
i aid fr'eight on fthte plaftform at ,Jt'rsey
City. N, D). Woaodhull called a mei'et
tng of ft' mil k-daleras together ini lHts
fi'r sftraet, New Yor-k, tin thae 80th of
NaovemberIwi, anda pr'toosed te plant of
miiakinag Ite ptr'e fiva'e it s, sayiniig thiat
not atant farm'aeretouhi tor wo-ul coante'st fte
mea a' te price hats biaenr nudtea lay the
samti'eaombiaationi, led by Mr. Woodhlutll
aimtil he (lied."
Dr. Thoes. C. Puigh, oif haltinm re, Md.,
bus,iness inern, aiticials of corporations,
attornety< anat ,aate (olice'rs, te4t iy un i
quatiliiedly to the mnagical e'flica:y of
D r. Woirtingtatni'A Choilera and( lI iar -
riioea Meadic'ine aA the best, surest and
chaeiapest enre ini use, for alt cornpis d
of thle sftmaeh an hol atwels. N oni ge
uine wi thouat, the rnme of The Charles
A. Vogt'ftar Comrpsany b'own in the hat'
tie andI thiir fae sianitte sigatu are on
each wvraapper. Price 25 and( 50 cents a
A BiormIAN.--A Baltimnore mat has
jutst died at thle age of t went y-six. yearis,
afft'r hemitg edutcatted it- Germaniy, writ
ing ani raila itn Partis andl aL votlumiO of
por a a in Londont, spa'nditng several ye'ars
ini Mexitco as a civil etnginteer, actin'g fair
a se'ason in San Francisco theatrest
teachitng languages one winter in Nev
Orlenans and tinallhy reporting for a Balti
Ladies eohIdrenS bois& alhees can't run
Over If L<yoa's Pat. Weel stifenaeru are used
CAUcUsRS for town meetings wilt soon
n ir ordt-r. A caucus is where thirty or
forty meni get together and vote as one
mian ttlls them to.-Mlarathaon Inde.
J' ies1 and all muflerera from nenralgIa
by Ia and all kindred complaint., wIll
Se, .aut s arival nmgw='. iroa nitterP
ARlTcTON,LL--Dr. T Ga mble
rays: "I p e oribe Brown'a Iron Bitterp is
my practice and : wivesE atifaction"
A COMB DOWN.-ThOre is a' man at
work on one of the railroads in Detroil
for $2 per day who, within the past six
yoaru, failed in business in Indianapolis
liabilities $225,000 and assets $25,nnd
FORT STRVaNSON, DAKOTA TR$ -Rev
James McCarty says: "Brown's Iron Bitter
etred ne of severe dysrepsia."
'i PuT moire ntriff on Englisi
fasitops?" e'ries a Massachusetts editot
riflictediitth a la-di-dnh dch(de of a son
Very Well Put.
Why do ou defer tills, -norrow what we should
o to-dayy Why do we neglect a o.u h till a
throw 'Us into con'umption, and c"tsoumptitn
brings us into the grave f Dr. Wm. Halt'e Bal e m
isluro to cure If taken in season. It has ,eve
ben known to fall, Usme It thoroughly acco din1
t'dlretiocsto Persevere till the di sse 1s con
tauered, as it Is ceittin to be, even if It ehould
rquire a dosen bottles. 'bere is no better m dit
ctrefor Palmonary disorders. Sold everywuete
Baker'. Pain Panacea
Is one of the beet Liniment. put, up. It ie a rea
pain killer anc destroy. pain, whether internal q.
external whenever uced. It has been a at nuar<
remedy for the past thirty or foity years.
AN Frie woman lIt robbetd a 11ai
store. Like ai pistol slite went oil' with ;
All unpleasant feelings, the result of inter
rui>tod digestion, aro speedily removed h
I;AirINE. All druggist;.
LYFn is a tiresome journey, and whet
l man arrives at the end he is all oit.t o
)r. lonson's Skin Cure ccn sts of Internm
and exic rnal tio:t mnei t at same timo, and
makes the skin white. soft and sinooth. I
contaits n1o poisot:oi,H dru:, . $1 otdruggis
WHPPI,.-Il some of the factoric
in 'Toronto, Ci:nila, young girls at
winiphrd for (1is,l>e<dinee and neglert o
w ork, aund a sciet V of latlies lias l>eet
formed for i etit' irf ttcl iti.
A rienutnti fiend! or flair,
M) . silken in texture, rich chestnut browr
r " e it to t.he ,tronid: such i11re0 the oTeef ( o
1he utaly (eb b -ated nti witely known Car
ho'.ine, the imk' a ~f all Hlair Restorora.
A NEW BOOK is called JUnspotte
from the World." It evidently refers t
Caphin Howgate. He's "unlspottedl,
.is far as the police are concerned.
FOR dyspopsia, fndigestion, depression o
r..._a and general debility in their variou
forms; idso a preventive against fever ane
agne and other intermittent fevers, the
Ferro.Phoaphorated Elixir of Callsays'
made by Cas,""'Il, ilazard & Co., New Yok
and sold by all urupgi:ts, is the best tonio
and for patients recove"ing from fever o
other sickness, it has no equal.
IT IS foolish to strive with whnt WE
cannot :vi<l,i; we nire is rn sub jeets, our
to obe.,y htsl is i>wrfect lil,erty; he tha
dovs thits shail l,e 'ree, .:tfe mintid liiet
sll lhis ac"tioi.: shmll s tenc"', t I his u-isi:ss
''ir: Tochester ).rpr.'., c: lls for a net
.in, v.ili; .six c,t. f,r the coiv"enien.
- 5 5 -- I nI ftor libll
oQe rr d ivop,9
C THE GREATA004
OVER 25 YEARS.
' A~ ter . tiI' e i nlr0e0, t d othil e
". rt:.. n ' Iue t Pr . K:>ts.b Aa;r Sohl Dugletr
tIil,1-a.O lv genuttCin f ourn ..I sl,down I i >ttl. sole
ro-.THE CHARLES A. VcgELER COMANJ,
UI ~ h IE ach Bitters meets th
CEtRTB. qieet of tii
Y''Wrt:oa.ia meical phi
losophIy wich 5
preBent prevaalsa. I
Ia a perfe'ctly pur
- ~ liporltnt pr'opeIrtic
- --- of a preventive,
- . tonic and an altce
tIre. It fortfles th
-body against disease
invl(ioatea anti rt
vtalizes the torpm
stoma~ich and lIver
antd effecta a salultar
ISTOMACHch*ne In the enl.,
For sale by a
~uIILvuIFDru rgtsta and DeaJ
Bnt Cough syrup TaMtes good.
Uei tme. 4.tld by drhggjta.
Thn Mdii neu , l, Ii o. raf sm,all m in'KI alt, T . Itw cost I
, tb gr. A I ta e I f retndttt by up' al 'rt :rig
om. I-o in It arItcuar nehtrs atho l)i,ens-c er
DR. S. B. COLU~NF, La Port', mnd
$2AN ltoU it, foir a,ll e he wl'l make spare time prof
table a C o a p hg busln es' if you~ can devote
Sour tmeto t.MUatRA YHmIL L. Box788. N.
s0 L D ."'.'ta ur"Co"ntDeyrd.
CONSUMPTION CAN UE CUmsee
n.H AL L'S
LUNGBA LISA M
er' the hungg, iuflameia ad petaee by th
dl ucse,auer areveta she nigh aweasa m==
It. Consumaten ian et an lucurabie mmlady,
lALI,r4 e,SAMatf willsure ye., eyes
YOUNG MEN I""Ih'""""ictIe""l'l',El AP
'nmpI ut-ut, n<htlrin P. *'. 15 IEA.If, A it, O to
$10 st onkfrtltradnat."' wriin futr cirtcular'
$5 to $20 d%ayAtstlI':-fun''g.tar .'
A (ENTS wVANTED trihn rt~ a nd lVnqte,Ifiling
t r tunlIlnttks andtu lilubb-. P'r uces rednte<u :I po
oent,. N.vi I'5A1. P1'.uraaN (Co.. A tlanta (Ia.
F.R YEAsO FFERING in mind *.na bod
nowafelr'Ied T'llFP ERIiOT 1' ti
'ar ni .,so ) ofited. Ilont by mtai for S I..(M) pea b..x
.Ttih mly t ruuntimt ou induget ion anti dysp~e sia. .io0 i
II. 'iltAI.VIN, I.owt-..i. mass., for foutee,n year
City Tlrtsuure'r and l'Tt Ooletotr.
S Ir Adre1s Ii. _3tT & . I ort,1a d (t
Td) A wEEK. Sl2adayat homeaaigmade. Uoas'
faoutnt fins. Aradrosa Tnoti 4(on.. Augusta. M.
''THE BEST IS OHEAPEST."
ENGINE8, '[8AW-lilt ,
Hlorse Powers I Clouer Hur
'7c' Illustrasted Clroulatr. Jtin ye,r,
We* Should Help One Another.
Mr. NoRinY Iluwr, of No.169Chest.nutSt.
6pringfield, Mass., writes April 10, 1883, say
tag: Ht v)rg the affliction caused by kidne
tnd live disease3, and after enduring ih
tchos, pains, weakness and depression inci
tdent thereto until body andl soul were nearl
distracted, I sought for relief and a cure fror
My trouble and wus told by a friend who ha
been cured by it himself that the best an
onlybute cure was Hunt's 'Iemedy and upo
his recommendation I commenced taking i
and the first few doses improved m condi
lion in a very marked manner, and a con
tinuance of its use has justified all tiat in
friends claimed for it-that it was a sure an
permanent cure for all diseases of the kidney
and ive. 83vtral of ny friends in ?pring
field have ut:ed! it with the most gratifyrin dt ela
results, and 1 teel it my .duty as well as
pleasure to nme to recommend Hunt's Reined
e the highest possible terms."
Mr. H. W. PAYNE, manufacturer of harnes
saddlery-, trunks, valisos, etc., No. 477 Mai
Street, Springtlield, Mass., writes us unde
dato of Aln'il 10, 1883:
"Gentlemtn-I have used Hunt's Rnmed)
the best Inodicite for diseases of tho kidney,
liver, bladder and urinary or ans, and hav
received great benefit to my health from it
use, and I find that it will do just what I
claimed for it; itwill cure disease and restor
health. I therefore pronoug,co it the bee
tnedicine that I have ever used."
11o,ton and Albany Railroad.
ALBEJRT HoLT Esq., paymaster Boston an,
Albany Iailroad, at Springfield, Mass., writ
April 23, 1883: " 1 have used Hunt's Ronmed3
and my experience with it has been such thn
I can cheerfully say that I am satisied the
it will do just what it promises to do, if use
according to directions."
r EVA .H S mmte
tre tn tha S .veb
oft "getst ai e a
sa elb mmeia
Ovrwemigopoito m ne olgt
0ol oigt?Tepo a snwo
'onernd -isa firSpofthundc
ora f cstomrs,and romnewsapes no, i
SPECIAfa ~ ~ I BdRAIBar ferig h
Cycopeia My bok ar OTsldb
author and orks re thse of
three cona. Mentio itisgntr J
A A I 4~ I I~AAl -~A A
No AounrtrShafti otPulleyU
~ON '~O Requirt~edp.'sr
coup4taleto isi this out,n
Bolrf ay be sto 100 fet4fo i
us. The Moister n Perec oeIto
ofNNING CreTTONt n th ord
S en fcor 2uratedi /icda.Q
ItS a SllabA Vfl Ia
L)ANIaW A. (TMPN, .
wol oiningER toITe r mana isnwo
Do you want a pure bloom
Ing Complexioni If so, a
few Dplteations of Hagan's
MAG LIA BALDIwilgid
ify you to your heart'S con
a tent. It does away With Sal
lowness, dness' Pimples
Blotches, and all diseases and
Imperfections of the skin. It
o Overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lad ot
TIHIRTY appear but TW -
TY; and so natural gradual,
a and Perfect are its effects
" that It is Impossible to d^tect
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