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SONG OF THE GROCER.
0 !! itt tin, Ihr bihMp CtIM.
"H'h h Him;- 1 rti rt-.ptrr
w-h wi fiillf wuiild r wrtrtl,
Ami tntm jour brni-a would ru.
1 run iwl twit tht rnffsf HV
K.n v-'ti hair chill'Nt mi' Uircirt :
Tlf von tnr hnvr l"1
No tairfr Hour e rr grvm.
ft-i afp hn lipivl wt from via,
Tliitt I run cull vrt) mini-:
llul if Ihr 1.nl i rfmnvM
I'lfkM- driiV tnf
Tel ralr Ihi" Mrltmt mntr fiir yota,
IH irnml itiv Pv-,
tV flM fi' mi nil. Tn'H
Ht hrarl mil round jrou twine.
I !! tol alrlvf Ton to unpfrt,
Tb.'iii-h th' 1'iiU'T tlow.
1 ni, n i iit tlmik MhHt nnjhl hurt bran
ilad you ut fxUtl mr no.''
Nm Frvnrtf Ma.
Effort Which Have Boon Madf
to Prevent Thorn. k
fUr MTMrr tMmp ami Fir Ofctnp Coal
I'm! l-m "WHot-nrlnK" to ttT
riar t tatar MMhcd ff -
Tit ntnnll' in f cvnnr cnal-inin
fmiUnMy miiiiiins nwrv or vn nmrnh
pus ultiioiih In w.mc the amount Is o
vrv nmnU lht th air within tlinn
mil"!! never Uiiimi piloive tnnW or
dinary ronillthrtw of work. i.e. 1 hire
) nn donlit that gn frequently t?rH
iMtvtion utvliig tn thr iniW'rfrtiri ol
Uif twiiii rmploywl (or it tvmKiiition.
If unxuMit in pi'rtnin pnM"1n
ni!trli roviNilM t.y t Wo rlnps
;ion t.f the fl.uno uf the ;if.ty-.ainip. oi
y Ihr nijM-)4i iill(o of t h:tt i
known "rail" Mn tin flamr.
An rorirneol ryrrniiiit'U'rniine jitt
tv uniinitflv the rvlutivr nmoimt o!
thr flnMlflii fnnii t ho f i w itmi chirit',tfi
o( tho c ttn b imiorly tnmm.-c
fUmo: 1hi( th'tot ftlt.pfih-r fniU whor
the nnnv.rtion ol pa fulW Mow Iwc
Int vnt. Thh amount, tnH as it m
mar. nhr oortain cuvnnv
iMrui , junvo highly tliUiprrou. Tin
num-inanaor mm uir - n u i
niilii' to 110 oinp moi-o ilflit'iito mothiK
lift net his tiH quaiititii-a of It
tunti-lvmuh im thmlsarp ni unknown
Mr. Livi'ins bu ilerinwl a vt-rj- inpf m
CiU miicftt.r. hy whirh tho rxNtrny
f mnih cut " l Ul( tfi ami it
nm m tit liiMftt'il oven whrn tti tj""-
t ft y i a low a a ijrarKT fr cont
Two vnt'itiy aimilar inwo? ol thir
jilatimmi witv aio Minnit.tni-oii-l
lionttl to hii-rht miiM-M by the artmr.
f a .tnHll ui:m'to-'l'(ino ntnehin
workM lr h:tini. Ihiv at thowin- U
nnt.iinci(na mnll tnlie lilhnl with purt
air; tlw nther can be Mirnninrtwl nt will
and lu ft tnimtt (ir two. with an
Uvm any i:trt uf the nilu. If firo
clantuiit inwut it lmma ntnnd lb kt
ir. whii-h i; ttiorrliv IiutpsiwhI ir
tfiniMTatum and rniits a nHin liriUiitnl
lijrlit. By ooiMjmrinp the iiitensitMH oi
tlir li:lit niiittnl ly th two wirw lit
tho :ihl of a votTT fimi'lo i4nrtornPtri
nrninp'niit tho Mnt'ntap;e atuonnt ol
liriwliunn troont ni:iv i fti onoo n
Utrnilncl. Ttie apparatus U iwrtahU
nn.l eaiW worked, and U well aiHpU
for use umler pnmnd.
Svonty years have el:pod lno Pil
niuiiphrov UavT lnrent-l tti aalrtr-
Jump whit b is usriated with hit n a mo
lt ittaliuo4t i!upoil!e to ovtretiiuaU
tlw intluenefi of that invention in tli
development of eoal-niinhip in the do
velonment. indeol. of our national
prosperity. It hft-n umiuentionahW
varrd Uumcfinda of lire, and has en
abled millions of tont of coal to hk
raiwd whic h, w ithout it, could not pua-
ibly have bovnwon.
l It U relaU-d tliat when Mr. BuriillA,
whoe uatiiR is well known in th
lilntorr of coal-iuinine for thi
iintmtvements he iutroIiil inU
tho rsloni of ventilatine mjllierie.
took down on of the rirt Oavy Umx
into a tiery pit uid beheld the liroHlamr
VnpM plnyinp round the Jiht and ap
parently imprisoned within tho wire-
Pnr eylimler. ho exclaimed exult
inplr: MAt liut we hare puImIuoU Uui
Not a year pase, howorer, without
the luonsU'r1 ihowinp n that ho if
still very f;ir from tfttbiivtiou; and,
lranp lu auv, the Davy lamp itmll
and tho tery wtn of ventilation
which wo owe. Ut Mr. Buihlle, a de
Toloped in thee later time, hav ism-
nifintl to aid the 'monster' iu his wora
f havoi' and dia?ter.
How tliut ha (H)iue hIhmiI mar bt
told in a tery few wont. When lli
lamp wam Jiit ititrutluttHl the vciitiba-
inp yiiTi'iit iu iniuef M-Idoui ec--ded a
TelH ity oi inn iinurvi u-i pei
Tittnute in tho air-ways, aiut tlwy were
UMially very fnebl iu the working
pliu'eH. Nowudnya the enormous futm
ftiid oliier m U:iirieal ve;'il;iUirM whieii
uro employiHl eauw tho air to trawl at
veliM-ilieii aipro;uhinp' two thousand
feet minute in the air-way a. and eur-
reiUfuif more than (our hundred lift pei
luiuyu- are nut utilr- ijueutly tuet with
t t h or k i n p pi a'eH. V nd er t heo
rondiiTiii the Davy lamp and.
her depree, two other well-known
form of Miifety lamp the Clanuy and
tho SU'pheu-m laitm lieeouie alo-
luteVy uu-afe iu an rxplmivB atinov
phere. lmbil, tho oiiliuary Dvy
lamp will ipritte pi out -i tie it if ea
posetl to au explosive current traveling
at Uf than lour huudml feet per turn
The 1 loyal CuinmiiMonerN afar back
a lHit . dtrecUHl the ntu-iitioa of tut
Hoitit Secretary to the faet "that the
employment of the ordinary Dtvy lamp
wnliout a shield of metal or 4 if iu
an exploivtt mixture, when tho air
current eited 4 f"- er tHH'oid(
fttUndedwith li-k of aeviilenl almost
uiiunttn to e'itajuiy Iinlet-d,
merely attempting to blw out the
Maine within the lamp may caue it to
ipmiean intlaunuaMe mixture. Happily
iuveittiou has not been loiip lieiiiud
neeeHtitv, and there are at bant hat (-a
dozeu f.rt iiw of lamp whieh are aafe
nmler current vehM-ttiea rxvoedinp three
thousand bt per minute, trervbody
will it''n willi the cunrluaiol of tltr
tioyal ljmmiii.ioiirn that whiUt jt
would In; uiiwim to uiaku a paitit-ular
luiup compulMM'y ou the protmd that
Attb ulli mi'lit thereby U- throwu iu
the way of iuniui'Ui imiii-oieii:eiiU
iu future, it b Me vert he h' deMruhl
that wjlue eolitiol KhuUld liet xereidediu
referent? to the kind of Umiw Ut be em
ploy wi in eoal-niiues and thatouly th
lamp bIiouM be tenl whu b are autiti
ImI fioiu time to time by the Secretary
'ire-4l;tmp, howeyT. u not the msl
jrnudaiile mi the cau-rf f ttdliery
fxplocions. It i doubtful, indeed
hetbr-r a ainplo one of the more di
aatrou -xpliMiou uf modern tiim can
be dueclly and HaVdly atU ibuu-d to iu
artiou. It it Aiuiuiaut that vtuleut
ftxpluuu keld'Ku otx-ur nowaday in
rrr wet piu, although the ail iu tiieiu
fmjueutly oulaiita lirtt-tbunL kie
urer. when expluaiou do otvur in fcu h
liu they raixly extend owr ft Uig
iUTA, aiid the luM of ii'tf ft oU4 UutlU it
CMbkuaUvtlr wualt Siieh caiattx
ha at llume uf Aic ieame, KtM.a.
beakain awd IV) prai. whew
huudrttfb ol Bta and Unyg ax
.ilird. and wkem eviuVuca ol the
IllWUaw i W7 til
fmrta rf the pit. a1met InrariaMy
hap)on In dry and nuty pit. It haidly
admits of qne(rn that explosion of
(hi kind are depend nnt nion the proa
etice nf th( dut, Dut oxp1oion in
ftMir-nilll have long lwe n known, hnl
ll is only within tho lnt few year thnt
tho notion of finely divtd-d nd-lnt in
Initintinp or prapnlinp a colliery ex
plosion has rocoirwi miieh attention.
The atiwphf re of a dorp dry mine I
always inipropnabil with morn or lew
ilust. It st tie every w hern, not only In
the work in p plaoeh, but In tho intake
and ha'rflfipe road. It N not ontv on
the floor, bnt hanps fnmi tho roof
and timU-rs, and is heaped up on tho
tcdiro, A violent movement if the air
iislodpes It in elomU; if a naked flntn
bo inlriwlneed into sneh a olond it in
flames with explosive violence antl the
jonenssion of air is followed by fresh
londs of dut thnuiph whkh the flanu
With twrtdrtt hi aw difliw'd litlim utr.
Milton anid this of punpowder; it if
svon truer (f conl-ilnt.
Now there are many condition in th
orilinary workinp of a eal mine wldel
mat occasion thee tiident movement
of the air, and chief amonp them I
the prevalence of what is techni
cally known m 'shot-firinp" that ia.
blnHtinp by means of ptinpowdcr. tlnn-
powtler is ned in tho nunc either fot
brinpinp diwn tho coal or for removing
stone, in onler, for example, to niak
rads for tho pasape of horse, and foi
enpine planes, etc A hole i driven ot
drilled into tho coal or stone, intc
hich a certain quantity of powd-T, to-
pettier witn a uw is ininnniecu, am
the rejit of the hole i "-lmnl"' oi
tanuHMl" that is, filial up with-ntal
stones and earth or. t-io fnipicntly
with small coal itself. The fine i ip
nitel and the workmen retire either in
to a "refupe hole or round a cornei
until the hhit is m:td.-. Veaio:iall
it happens when the charpe of pun
powiier is too larpe. or when it b im
pe;-fectlv stemmed, or when the rock it
nnnually hsnl, tht the powder blow
out the stcnuninp and there i a vioh nt
concision of air. and fnun the nioiitl
of tho drill-hole there issues fl:un
tho lenclh of whieh will le pivath
increaM-l if small coal has Wrt
used in the steniminp. Imlecl. it i
not neoesiarv for the shot to ie "nlnwr
out" to prod nee either the flame or i
conrusion of air sutiu-tent todi-lst
the inflammable dust. We hare h're i
condition of thinp which may U hih
lv danperous in du-tvpits. It ha:'t
prove! over and over apiin that ht
tin tip has. lon ttie linnitS'ijiie iire'nre
of some of the net diatroii col lien
expbtsions on reconl. The influence o
dust iu at least propaptitiup an o xpbiot
ta now penerally recojmzed by minmj
enpineers and colliery managers '
it is still a nit tot iint with s-nui
whether it is capable of initiatinr i
explosion or, iiitleol, of propagating
iu tho absence of fire-damp. I hro is
however, a coiisldi-rai'le lnnlr of eti
dence to show that nhiNt the explosive
character of a dutv atmosphere ma;
be preatly au;rmentM by the preenc
Of firtMlauip. dust alone may 1 sum
dent Ui b' inp alout the nnt ili-atniv
exphfion. jt u known that explosUiL'
hav otvurred siniuttani4.siT n 'h tl
firing of shots in stne, and certain o
those shot have been tirrd in a dut;
main lutate-rvad. and at points when
currents of air oi ovr cnUc fee
per mintite were passing, it is almo
incoii;ivaljle, except on uie theory o
the awlden oytLi;pt of paa at placei
where it is in the hi truest deproe improb
tbie that such outburst, could occnr
that such air could contain auy een-utm
quantity of fire-damp. The concu-sioi
f air M ould certainly rti!'Xir targi
cloedf of dut from the nvt and fmu
tho fl-wr. and this one ignite!, wotik
caiino an explosive wave which woiih
tra-4l throughout the pit or to long a
the fimitioa vm uiaiutaiued hy tn-t
ckmds of dust.
Of late tears the ne of explosive if
coal mine baa ben oonMlera(iy
at rioted, and some jerple have gone
far as to demand their absolute proh
bit ion. KxplosiTe apents are. h-iwever
much too jMwerf ul auxiliari-in collier)
working o le realilv given up. anil in
deed if they aretafcul intelligently then
seems no reason wkv they kuotili! !m
diseanb-d. Iu tho case of pmpowd
anu h iav br dnne to minimize the eril
bt wat-itog the radwav and r-Nif-
and by prevent in a ii &4 p-ible th
accumulation of diw. In tti baula
wars and engme-piaiieH toe uui is
largelv due to the action of the air cur
rent lm pi tj ping against the bniken coal
in Uie tiitw, wlm ti f-vijiietitiy mn inuu
Wa to fifi'n miles an ho !;.-n7 tlu
roads. A variety of methods have Hh
ptivMat's) for kft-pi ng down the dut.
but uothtng wenis Ut hare oeeii nv
temutMl ou a vuraiiobiiy ?arge acaie.
Tbi niueh eimsrtrtain; if the triiiiiiii-
am of hUot-hring by means of pm
powder bttilM. IM-Tililttetl.tlil-'pH'ftiouol
du-.t wll have. ti lie lUoru wnrnwi
prapitlod with than it h.-u U'H hithert
The Hoyal t'omiui-siom-r have vp:it;o
that they are eonvinctl. from exti-usivt
practical rp'rinients carried out hj
thems4'lvesandotlw-r!i, th;:t the aUdition
of the um-of powder in dry and dusty
ulmw will mrt peuerally involve an
formidable iucmvenieitce. Th-re ar
other UM'thod of p-utug coat thau b
the use of gunpowder, and hoiui ol
these aru ouite a cflicieut an, an)
(Man"ly more vKpure t'aan jtowil
Blasting bv means of tune has ot latt
ars leen extensively prju-tived. I
thi iruws tho expansive efttt-t whi h
fullowtt the lak(tig of qui'-lliiue. bnely
powdered ami presil, by hvdraulic
Kwer into maii cytiuuncal uimk, If
made nse of. It is the opinion of the
Comniirmioner that la miiii eal wain
the lime cartridge will p-W.-nu work
quite e(Ual to that accutnplihtl tv
jtowdcr, al no greater ot and with
aliHolute iiumuuiiy from ri"k of explo.
ions. DvnamJte, ton lie. and explosive
of this cla can alw safely be Hd in
dHijtim-tiou with wau-r for Masting iu
st4ue, or hale, or coal, even in lusty
air containing fir-sltimu- Tlierv are
alo various mechanical appliance
wtiu b will do rfheieiit work both lu
coal and tumo, and iu which Matin i
The limit jf this paper will tu nh
its Ut go into tbeM matters at greater
iengtb. It will U sutlii ietitlv evidt tit.
bowever. that we are raitidly di-p-ll
niueh of tbeolKCurity whii h ha hitbt-tu
urroiudid the origin of many coilu-rv
xplonious. There U gxl rvuwu to
Kuie, therefore, that the time t itot far
ii)4aiit when iu the light of t:iU full
tuowletlgr and wiih the more iut-ili
rent sain n iniuu whit h Jiould fo!l
frouj it, tiie frwjufiu-y of thee dital-r
lll btr tet't greatly diminifhel.
WaiUr C. Smtih. I. If., tn (wf Munis
FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Bonos should le saved for fnrti lif
ers, - It is said that acrows dipped In A
mixture of oil and black lend will
neither rnt norbooomrtoo rigidly flxM.
Sun bine Cake: Yelks of eleven
orgs, two cupfuls of sugar, one cupful
of Ihii tor. one cupful of milk, throe cup
fuls of flour, one tcaspoonfnt of creim
of tartar, one-half toaspoonful of soda.
A (lertnan medical Journal assorta
that loilci milk is more easily and rap
idly digested than iinltoilod milk and
that tho cimla are ioftor. Fotf
If. tt'fh Mttfhtft.
Marl is not only an excellent nh-
nrlx nt In tho stable, tint ndds to th
fertility of tlw r-til. Mixing it with
manure tvndei-s it bettor adapted for
In washing pocket hanilkerenteia,
throw a handful of salt into the water
in which tboy are Mng soaked. Yon
trill In? surprised at the ease with wliien
thev are cleaned. iri, Ficl'l nmt
The onlinary farmer. Kast or West,
pan not nflord to kwn sheep for the
wool. The account for the year must
show more balance than this. The
lamb must Im a yearly factor, which
can lo turned Into profit. Exchanqe.
God implements nave lalmr. The
no of an inferior plow during tho busy
reason not only delay operations to a
certain extent, hut tho efforts of the
poor work done extend to the time
when tho cmp fs harvesteii.
I ho following recipe n.is neon seni
ns. sav tlio j 'jiit try Mon'my. ror caiiK
r. paint twice daily with porchloride
of inn the Inside of tho mouth and
tomh the sores outside with lunar
caustic. Givetwieeoiifh week as much
pom salts as will lie on a quarter of a
Omitalks have much less sweet
ness in them before they blossom or
tael, as it is nu:i11r called; analysis
shows this, and the cow, given her
ehoire of the two, usually confirms the
verdict of chemical science. The stalks
mprnve until the oars are fully formed
and b'gin to harden.
A new and hanlv variety of apricot
s now attrarting tho attention of fruit-
It is aaid to have heen
brought to this countrv several years
since bv the Kuvsi.m Mcnnoiittcs, and
planted throughout Kansas w Ne
braska, whrre it has proved cifUrclt
harly and hea'tby. quite productive.
bearing a hanas-mi", golden yello1
fruit, of milium size, swe-rt and of
done! F. P Curt is issautiot that
hite com i b.-u.r fv f-'ding pip
than veil w fitit. Tn grxin light,
cuntaining b s f it farming material.
ciinwiin lv it is not o he.iting. It
makes i hal hy growth of Hdy. (bne
aid miK tgv-thr with the fr.t),
hile tlio harl-T. richer vllow Hint
mak' a pri'Tn bTain-e tif f it.
Never nng a fowl from another
yard and place it in your fl-n k until ;he',iule of
you have kept it in quarantine Tru- (n trimniin- thl
vide a coop for that puqiose, and place they will.
II Hi "sijiii- uim.iiiit; i "iu io .
keeping tho new bints cotilincil long
enough to know if they are healthy. The
striete-t pncautions are necessary, or
vu will 'nng ronpor cholera mto your
anU before you ate aware of it. And,
rhat isniore.oren if there be no disease.
quarantine for f'ar of lice- Always be
on the wath againt lite. for should
a lou-y binl come into the yanl. it
I awn stock the whole. Jroy
A Crop TtiM Can IW Matvrlallj Bacflt4
hy Comnrrciai tertiiuers.
A fairly rich loaniv soil, thoroughly
firepaml, is the best forthi orop. The
roots reach down rather deep into the
soil, and the plants require coii-ideraMe
moistnre. For this roaspii the soil should
be plowed dwp and thonmghly. As ft
rather rieh iii is necessary to secure
tho bet resiihs, the soil should bo made
tine, so that a Urge an amount of
vailable plant forxl as potslble will lw
plat-tl in a conditin to be used by the
Applying iresn coa manure is very
much inclined to cause a knotty, rough
growth, and for this reason fresh m
nitre should not b appliel. If stale
manure is used, care shoiiM be taken
to have it well iott.-d, and thn to thor
oughly iuooriNrute with the soil. Hav-
AMUSE THE CHILDREN.
Brfltmt Ways T KeeplaV the LH
tie OMi Quiet and Cheerful.
Giro the children something to d
and Uiey wilt not torment you by med
dling with things with which they have
no right It la only when most chil
dren are tired of their plaything and
are restless and unquiet that they axe
apt to transgress the laws of obedience.
A healthy chill will very rarely sit still
for any length of time. It Isn't natural
that he should, and it should not be ex
pected of him. It Is cruel and unnat
ural to say to a child whose principal
fault. If fault It can be called, la rest
lessness, "lo and alt down on thai
eh air, and don't move until I tell you.'1
Yot often mother say thi and pci-nist
In haviup it strictly olioyod. I have
seen little children so treated, with
grave face, go slowly to tho chair,
take their place on It, fold their hands,
and like lilllo martyr sit quietly, with
the exception of a long-drawn sigh
that would escape from thorn now antl
Ihon, no matter how nam they tried to
suppress iu This must surely lie wrong,
to punish a child for no offense what
ever hut his natural activity. Had he
wilfully disobeyed, he might have been
punished In a different way, but cer
tainly no chastisement that could le
given would bo more trying to hi dis
position and nerve than that of sitting
How much belter It would bo to pro
vide something for tho restless little
hands and brains to da Have some
toys placed away to lie hnmght out at
pist such a time. hen they are tired j
of their cvery-day playthings, a sur- !
prise nt pelting something new will
cheer them wonderfully, and their de-
ight and interest in their fresh possea-
sions will allay for a time, at least.
their fever of restlessness. Iet them .
have some hannlcss liquid pi no and
tvach them to repair their bmken toys.
rhev will be delighted to do this, for all
healthy, active children love to work,
and toil will be astonished to watch the
puzzling and planning the little heads
will do ore they complete their work to
their own satisfaction. The articles
at not be put together just right; a
dilapidated horse, that had loth head
and tall bmken off. may be fixed with
head where the tail ought to be and
vice versa, and a dolt with broken feet
may have tho appearance of walking
both ways at -on co. But what of that?
the little mechanics are satisfied with
their work, and who else has a right to
omplain? N-t we older people, surely.
for we make graver mistakes every day
in our labr.
A scrap book is an excellent tiling fot
the little ones to puixlo their brains
over. Give them a pair of scissor with
out any points snch as are usually used
at dry goods stores, an old book with
brown pa)er leaves, some paste and any
kind of picture eanls, papers, etc, and
let them cut and paste to their heart'
content. They will occupy hours in this
kind of work. HV some of you may
sav, "they will make such a mess wltb
patter that they cut
the pictures." Very
but they can be
easily taught to pick them all up
when they arc through. If there is a
baby in the family the mother can
make a nice, stout picture book of
silesia by covering two pieces of paste
board of the size desired for covers.
and sewing or pitting between, tightly,
leaves of silesia of any color liked. Lei
the children tilt it by pasting on the
leaves any kinds of pictures they wish.
This will furnish a great deal of amuse
ment for them, aud be a serviceable,
never-ending book of wonders to baby.
ing it 'fine before applying will aid con- quit popular.
Bints to LadlM Dlros off Completing
Tbelp Spring and Sum mar OutOU,
Rough straws are prominent in spring
tiurahs with white pin-head dots are
now American pood.
Combs for the hair are worn narrow
and high like large pins.
It is expected that white contnrot
will be much nsed the coming season.
Handkerchiefs lor nse with evening
dresses are small and of the finest
Some spring dress materials are pat
enough in color to tatisly the most
Mender silver necklace to be worn
over black velvet bands promise to b
CenTtrulisfi Atari Tosseca.'
"Mother, how much tobacco doe It
take to make a sermon r
What do yon mean my son ?"
"Why, I mean, how much tobacco
does father chew, and hnw many cigars
does he smoke, while he Is making a
Well, the tobacco and the cigars
don't make the sermons, do they y"
"I dont know but they do they help
along, at any rate; for I heard father
tell Mr, Morris, the minister who
preached for blra last tfundny, that he
could never write well without a pood
cigar. So I thought the tobacco makes
the sermons, or the best part of them.
-My son, 1 am shocked to hear you
"Well, mother, 1 was only telling
what father said and what it made me
think. He aaid a prime cigar was a
solace (whateter that is) ; and be said,
besides, It drove away the blursput
blm In s happy frame of mind, and
stimulates his brain, so he could work
better. It'e been thinking, If I had
something to stimulate my brain 1
oould study better, and the next time
I hate one of those knotty questions
Id Arithmetic to work out, 1 will get a
cigar and see if It won't help me along.
You know yon often toll me if 1 follow
my father's example I will not go very
far astray; and now I would like a few
cigars to make my brain work well, so
that I can stand at the bead of the
"1 hope I shall never see my son with
a cigar In bis mouth; it would be the
first step to ruin."
"You doot think father is ruined, do
you? And be has taken a good many
steps since he took the first cigar,
1 thiuk my son your father would be
better without cigars or tobacco in any
shape; but he formed the habit when
was young, aud now it is bard to
break It off."
ilut father says," we are to blame
for forming bad habits, aud It is a sin
to contiuue in them. I heard him say
that not long ago. There is old Tom
Jenkins who drinks haid. I suppose
rould Qud It rather hard to leave
off driuking whisky. 13ut father, says,
It is no excuse for a man when be gets
drunk, to say he la lu the habit of get-
ng drunk." He says, "People should
exercise resolution and moral courage
to break bad habit
liut my son, smoking tobacco is not
quite like drinking whisky and getting
Ho I know that mother, but I was
going on to say that, if smoking was a
bad habit, father would have given
up long aga. If be could write as
well, and do as much good without
using tobacco, be would not speak so
much for it- When I want to buy a
Utile candy, or a bit of spruce gum,
father tells me 1 had better practice the
grace of self-denial, and save my money
for the missionary-box. I heard Dea
con To mk iiia say his cigars coat hini
three hundred dollars a year; for he
uses none but the tery best, and they
are imported. He told father so the
other day, when they were smoking to
gether lu the study after dinner, aud 1
was trying to get my arithmetic lesson.
Now, mother, do you think my father
and the deacon; and a whole host ot
ministers and elders, aud temperance 1
lecturers, and lota of good people would
spend so much money to keep them
selves in badhabibsY Why, just the
sum that Deacon Tomkins spends on
cigars would support a missioary in
the West for a whole year, rlease,
mother, give me a litUa money to get
"My sou you may talk the matter
otex to tour lather. Asa turn ir be
thinks it will improve your health and
jour habits to smoke. I thiuk he will
tell you that it will only do you harm,
sideraMy Jn this. lite potato crop is
one that very ottAu can Im, materially
benefited by an application of unleashed
o-lics. One of tho best wsvs to apply
the is to mark out the rows, running
the plow rather deep and tlwn line the
It well ,ri tl' bottom off the furrows.
Apply the a-hes and woik vre.il into the
1 licfore planting the seel. jins will
place them where the feeding root of
the plants will le able to rva h them.
As it requite but a short time for the
root t roach out a coiimdefahie dis
tance, nnles the ashes are thoroughly
incorporated with the soil, they will
stjon extend far beyond it, andtluy will
fail to derive thv Uuent they thouhL
If commercial fertilizer are used, tnu
i also the bet plan of apphing.
Takinz the average crop raid on
he tarn, a a Pile, it can not be con
sidered profitable to purchase commer
cial fertiliser and apply. The greater
A alight faxe trimming of fine flowers
JtHt inside the top of the brim appears
on some o! the new bonuots.
Underskirts of dresses will probably
be little trimmed, but theovenlrnperie
will be long and voluminous.
The camel s-hair fabrics of the season
are soft and pliable and come in all de
sirable colors, both light and dark.
Plaited silk chemisettes and lace plas
trons give a tery dressy effect to an
otherwise plain corsage and are quite
Linen c'iars and cuffs continue to be
worn with street drusaes, but ruchings
and lace frills represent the favorite
fashion for bouse wear.
Uoyble-brearttud covert coats of dark
green or blue cloth, with a turn-down
collar of velvet, and bono buttons.
furnih a pleasing style of spring
A Parisian Is reported to hare in
portion of the fertilizers used on the vented a corset that is comfortable, cool
farm huuld be niato a ml saved uy I nun nurauie. u is or cioseiy-woven
feeding stoek. If good thrifty sfH.k is stockinette, cut to fit the form and
ke.it and all the feed secured upon the! having buncsutted into ouUlde casings.
farm i fe-d cut so as to secure the largest I In place of the hidoous water-proofi
rain at tho low fit expense, and the ma-1 of the past come silk ones of dark blue,
nure made, saved and applied, aided by wun natr lines oi garnet or dark red
a good system of rotation, the fertility
of the farm can be kept up without pur-
More, Hrhaps, titan with any other
crop, commercial terttuzers can be ihiiv
chafed and Used with potato-. And
where there U an tiiMillk-ieut supply o
ones, with fine stripes of black; also
pretty checks and changeable effects.
The very latest thing in ladies1 an-
dei-garment are tine cambric suits of
one bright color, trimmed with imita
tion Valenciennes and marked in white
with the owner's monogram. The color
manure, we may be able to trie farm is chosen to match the drea, and may
A paper published In G otland i
say: "Th day will come whvu the
iwnt mode of protecting th f.w.t of
tue hot'im will bo discovered to be
miMakH. ita horny ubtance wa:
never intended to be picrued by nail,
No wouder that so many bue fall
lame aud are p-riktualty ruined, V
ere revuily howa a hor-e hod iu
leather. It struck us a an excellent
idea aud worthy of adoption. We
should not he u priced to learn that
leather shoe had suprcdud hoc of
Iron. If, however, irou Im a nercity,
let it b nailed ou the leather bus.
In bring a welt mat fma Grove,
EslUej-ald Comity, NuV., SteS'U of a
temperature hot enough to cook pota
to was struck at a depth ol aii feet
manure to a better advantage, and
commercial feitilizersbe purchased and
used on ii potato crop. Farm, f'uldi
Tb Rvuult of Various HrlntlAe fciprfc
at liu In (riuany.
EeriiU' Uti made In Ocriuany on the
IhM method of cleaning woolein have
1m1 to the following conclusions: Find,
the liquid u-ed for washing mut be a
hot a possible; ccotid, for the renioy
of gn-a-y din, mvt at, etc., Uirux is ol
o little valueth.it its application would
be mere waste, and, though o.kp he ii
better, the preference UHitt be given to
oap lye along with ammonia, a mixture
which w')rks woiid-r hy uuii Jtly di
fcolving dirt in pat tit uUr part which
are ham to clear-n-, rai-ing and reviv
ing even bright colors third, that on
the other hand, for ch-aniug whit
woolen goods there i nothing which
even approut-ien binix o.ip he
bolus applied ! tiling ht give to white
woob-n a loooenf-ta and a dnzling
whitene which they itfu-it do ut p-i-S
sst when they are new; fourth, if
hrinkiiig i to be entirely avoided the
drying imift le aoevleruted by repeat
cdlv piv--i:ig tho wmU'U between oft
i-l"tu. lu uu cast. blioald the wooh-n
Im in,"t iu i im mn, a muy income ury
aud U.tl.U they being best dried
motlei ile cui ivnt of air, aud in cold
weather iu a warm place, but not too
pear the source uf heat. In the alove
cxperimeuu all the various degree of
bct wen tiled, from the lwtu-l to the
coolest temeratuiu; all the favorite
cleaning material were also employed
soap, bora i, ammonia, benaiusf and
Bfiaiutcs of UiusihsY. ,
be pink, blue, ecru or the like.
Horseback riding, rowing, walking.
swimming, exercising in gymnasium
and similar method of trenptheniu,
the muscles and developing the form
were never in higher favor than at
present with young women who want
to be healthy and pretty and have plenty
High novelties in spring gloves just
from Paris" Include black glove with
heavy stitching in nil or yellow on the
back, and a binding of the name color
at the wrist. Colored plows emhroid-
den-d with black, Ixuuid with bl
aud having strips of black kid betweei
the hugcr and running their length.
are aaerilx'd to rn-ucli ingenuity. The
triN make the lingers appear lung
and .lender. .V. I . WorUL
"That's mighty tine freM-oing," r
marked a traveling mail who with
companion wa visiting the Capind i
V Arlington, "irtt wonder h
they gt it up there. l, it's prob-
lly put on with ceiling wax, wa tin
reply, which wven d a life-long feiend
ship. Merchant Trmykr.
Mrs. Ilrimincr "I think, if I were
Ura. A., I would stay at home from
reception if I hail uch a humor on my
neck: Mr. H.-"W Itu naid he had
buiuoron her neck?'' Mr. 1. "The
paiis. 1 heyday she bad a ktriug
larhuucle arouud her nevk. Jivttun
A mau near toeeley. Col., hd
thirty acre uf laud which he could
teither nor mortgage, and
lepair he went out and struck a coal
ruin thirteen feet thick and sold the
ssnd for y. 0. lxmDmo
(THE NEW QUININE 1
HQ BAD EITECT
A Powerful Tonlo
that Uie most dctloats stomach will hear.
4 siwH-ine for malaria, rhiimntttm. tifrvnii
mstnlloii, kikI nil itcrin dlscusfs.
Kr ooltls KicAklne lias lnn fuuiid tn be Slmont
a siHt'lttc. Piiiicrlur Ui ii'itnine.
lu-liiue UuttpiuU. M, V., "LulrersallysiicceRS-
trfti'rt with Krs
kin ka been tll-
K'-v. Jhiih-s 1 If nit. Chaplain Athhtty PenlU n
niter twt-ifi) yeani diiitiTlng fnwn m.ilarla anJ
ui-rviHM l-'inl. Write lilmlor pHrtlenlan.
St. H Hospital. Ti. V.: "I' lis,. cott-
it-rvi iniiMiH'iKii'ie. ii ncin penerny,"
Vnt. W. V. Ilolnnnhe, M. i.. m Knst Jfith
N. Y.. (lute Prut. Met), fnlltw) wrltwi: ' Kh-
klne I. siiH-rir to uiiilne In Its siieeltle powiT
mm rifter pnxiiMv uie UKus injury HI lite
heart nil or mnftLHiitlon.
'ItHnisiimls iiHn tluitisaiids write that Kasklnp
tma cured litem niter all ntlier meUU'lnen bad
iMileil. M rile ler Iknk of tent iihhiim .
h:i"klne can Im Uiktri uiueiui Htiy KH'lal
r seat by mull on receipt nl prln1 .
KAK1NK U..M Warren Hi , N. Y.
A SPECiriO FOR
Palnfnl STC npprM4 TP
rfnn SsuVrawtaad JS
Tf tftkon rtnHnit tho THANOR OP I.TTB, en-si
Wfl.-rlnc iuh danger nIH hcnroidM. rnd I
buuk " Mimaui To Woaia," mulled frc.
BaADruos BseuuToa Cfk, AUanU, 0.
MONEY TO LOA !
On Improved Forms,
For Ixng lime,
At Low Kate of Interest.
Lavklock & Lavklouk. 32
ft tntm hrtmr, !nn)iMlthTTly
And K.vto tlx tfU
JBFrom cri D Of hMMIIO Ml.
- "-All Cur'. Hi. POM, Mopm
j t0.f Pi'MtM It too, n
, Win famnMs IkmtkMt
et TAUUAKTfC nLTttlMHMlut
Honest help For men-
Pay n Hon ! to
wilt will vmiAiii'wiwIf-ciwi.rtliiMwrwlArtw
Ti'iirH pxlnTUu'lilllilt, Wliien iwvrr iimiii nn
onutu vii .l.-wilntHvmilmnKmiilinirfMi. jinnm
1 1 K H 1 ni ILAUi w. m, niLwun, ni
0. T. OHM.
J, W. IIAkRC.
QAltMKU A HON,
Attorney at Law,
Will nrncHc In th 8tt snd Federal
OourtA. Oollevtlons prouiptly sttemled
to. Olllre went aiile ol square, nrst aoor
oortn oi t-iarnniu I siora.
C. T. QAENEF, Jr.,
llitvlinr etinrwn of the well known tleo. S. Me-
(ipe Al'irm t "f ll Itecunlii ot Itay county, la
iin-imn d to funilNli correct Anatrarln or tillen
lo nil InuiN in ti iiiiinly, pmmntly nnil for rrna
ri iHlil(M'tinrn's, and prfpiin nil kinds n( Oetla
tint ftum-ynucea; Jw limn Mttey at low rate
or r h k with C. T. (lamer thai, on Mnln st.
THE QUESTION OF THE DAY ! '
Wtiot ivmedr must I seek from the Man Prices asked bv some so-callcil
merchants lu tuis section I The sure remedy u to call at
D. F. COMER & CO.'S HEADQUARTERS,
Anv day during; the Tear 1X7. Our new stock la alt In and w . ill tn.w n..
lowest rHoes ever offered by any man or Hrm.l This Is the opportunity for the
people of Eastern Kay to provide tbemselyes with
LOW PRICED MERCHANDISE.
Mote the place, and tradejwlth us. Come, see aud get prices.
33- IT". GGLUXFL cfo CO.,
19-3m RUSSELL VILLE, MO.
RICE & SONS,
Hi in nl i-I-A-rnf iit
USED BY THE BEST PENMEN
rifcrmitr. sn imfMlitr.
M BampUs for trial, poet-paid,, 10 CanU
mix ns mo for
AREUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS.
Groceries and Hardware,
Keep constantly on hand a largo and well selected Stock
of theso Goods, and the can oflr BARGAINS, in that lino
that cannot be obtained elsewhere in Hay couny Call aud
they will convince you, by giving their
250 00 M
For full particular and directions see Circa
lnr in every pound of Ajuntiaxaa Corras,
HOW IS YOUR COLD?
FAST MAIL ROUTE
LMk Osl Fsr Hin.
A druuiurr was heie the other day
assuting in making arraugeoieuta for
the approaching convention of the
angels of commerce, as bain Jones calls
the class. He told me he was going to
Kansas from here aud expected to
nave some orders there, ills habits
seemed to be slightly convivial and
1 took him to be oue of those "jolly
good fellows" they sing about at ban
quets, after the nineteenth toast. Up
on venturing to suggest that Kansas
was dry just now and that he might
suffer from tonics, he luvmglv palled
what seemed to be an ordinary walk
ing cane, and said ne was pioviueu.
Then be told to me that the cane was
hollow and Invited me to sample its
contents. It held at least four large
dose of the ardent. 1 had once or
twice In uy lifetime been btguilded
into taking dring with a stick iu it,
but never saw the order reversed by
having a slick with a drink in iu Jiui
this is au age of invention, and
equipped with such a stick I could do
the dry est county la Kansas.
AL SK1TTKMK.ST S UTlL.K-N.illc. U
X.IjT K.VIB W ! CtVUltwr. Ud OlUtF U,
JOHN B HINE-I.
n-rrmitd. Uui iac uuicr.itocti ailmlnutrfttur
Ti cwunly. Su., tu b isua uu lM.ia ul lh
.....irt bUM ,a city oi HicbiuuDa, ui ia
VTllNAL HKTT1.KMKNT SOI U'E-N.iUl-o Is
I bvrvtiv Mitru Ul A.1 tf tailor ud uUicr. lu-
Icrawi ui uw maw ut
MiiUH1i I TKTltt,
Dmauil. tlial tlie utnlrniiirl siliiiMilitmtor
Jl aluelM. Iutrlit4 Ui iniuM im.u M-ltt. iuetit
ll.tirrful l Uiu IK'il ltlil t.1 lliv l'rulf:ilt-a ruuft uf
Kit, CHIIltt. Slit., hi l .tin MiO ll.'i,l l Im
lIHlrt llOUMT 1U 111 tUy UlUlltllUUUU, Ul MtiU
cmuuiv. UUUUUVlll 111U JWJ 1. 1..
J. ML UAM1L.1U9I. rub. AUU1 r.
1.1INAL HrrrTl.KMKST No! K K -N..I1. I:
X brrrby KUrti lu Mil ciiulUirs 4t.d ullivlB lu-
VMC41 IU Llx- nuu ui
Unerased. Ilut lite uintiTkilH'il, Ailu.lni5lni(.rr
Ul M1J rtlv, hiW'llU. Ul lliake lllll . lll.-llia ul
tliiri-ul ill Luf lwl unit m me rr.il.au- I mirt
IW, CUUllty. Slu., IU U wrUU aiiu tirlU Ul lltu
L-.Kirl buue lu 0m cil) ui 111. uiuuimi. ui saiu
CUUUtJF, iMUUUt-U' llltt Jlllt 5. I;
U- J. a UAU1L1UN. I'ub. Ad lu.
a mn , .ir rmi'in-n lij
ti'in DR. HiDTtD'6
run- nil di-nov- ..r iliil'Ttiood, vi)0h a Colit,ZH'
rrAm, Flu Cholrm Iryfaninm, iSnmrnfr Com
plaint, Mr. Tliry ittfely tule lliechitel throiifrh
the drrmtrfl trtthlnn urrinl. ami nt-rwInrM
iml inih't.iryu.HUici.iHu'i inviguratetl an4
Eiuimeut and Hpeed unsurpassed.
3 DAILY T AINS 3
Si. Louis. Kansas Clly and Ihs Weil.
5 DAILY TRAINS 5
And choice of Two Routes lKtw.cii Ht. !M)is
(htl TV! ihiIiiIh. Krtti nt'li in uu Cliair tan
aau t'uiuiievu uuuei bit pi i an on au inuus
II. C. TOWNSKND,
Geu. fa, a TU-ket Am-nt.
t Hi iMiis, Ho.
ORDER CF PUBLICAT.ON
lulMi vi. I In tli t- I r.iliaU-
t'uurt l f tin- c-xiwl) t Uy Slid lJe id liuu
ri, April Ir i Ul, Api.ll l...
II eii r jr tU-utru, Kwouuir, lit li.iri; iA tlit fil.tle
ol t IkATlva Aiifciu, lftrvv4i.M.a -UlUir wt l ui-
Sow t I M dry cm-H'iify ltt-nin. Krwut'tr
o 11m ttiit' ui I li.u n- AIo'IImo, ilm am t. (tm
will. U lltf otiil hi I-llti"o, jwaVlu Im jtt
04 Wf tH IIM- tlr Ul W UllK ll Vl (III l ,U t -lj.1-' .il
Mid linvawtl Aa Mill tf Uil hIi V tin- rtiii,n ii
lui uX'L Otis' t said Uls-. it nil -! ui.j-.ini .r
suit ul Mill. . ul muiuiuinnj im- -
CoiAi.ta. sumI llitt-ut'XK n "('im il li Li xr lu
IM'll CaWMT. till t-A.stllllU!lOJI MlltlVUl It Ikt.nllT
t?d, llUil all prrs III Illlrlt-hUU III lite I l.tld ul
Ulli UXfAM d, lit l(tllllvi tlisVl ttppJii-'AllMII Ha
AinrrMid Iim ut-wil lisaslsi, 4ltd uult Uu- ninlial
T) u tiuiii uii or l-lurv Um.- rtr l .Ia) ul (li-1 1
u-ni ol Ut euari. U U- bi-ld on 1 u-vU Uw "-iu
ul Jji), Im;, Ui kl, ail urd'r MtU bt unwc l"( tl.e
ut Liif hj',i, ur u uitn-ti ol tliv r- .il -Miif
ul aid dvJUMal a Will be unn itnl lor il:r j
Ditul ul "Mi utbii, aod it uiuiiut-r out-mi i:. i
tllia UUiKt it piiU.labtl U ktlW UrAii.l-r u
lli .a tlM.f, lor (our MtMaV twil Lh.aV(C Utv ilCAt
Irrui uf UU ouuil.
S1ATK tF Mlr4IL'li. I
Cuuuly ul lUy, f I.Ji-lmT. Uailr,
Jodie liie fr iOl tunrl uf ald oiiiuiy,
twn ky crrtily lUM. lliv lorn.-lii( Uilric toj
ol lu ur.ciiiad dcr uf rv.i. tliert'iu r-i rrvu lo,
aa Uie iiimi appera uf muni lit ui oitt v.
Vi i ii mi my Laud a JuUk uid iiif t.al u our
ld C-ourt. UuU at oUkv lu Hi- Ii
n.oiid. tu aid iuuuiy, Uu mu iU ul
Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted
Luclbar rrauj. atosetss.
tUnmftlizm. E'.raiiia, KraptionSa
Burn. ttitrlni. Hoof Aol.
Scald, SuJomta, tcrsv
Sung, Biekacaa, Worms,
Bit, dill. Bwiuaeji
BruiMS. Soresi, laddi Ualls.
Buuiuiii, Bjjavin Pilt
THI3 COOO OLD STAND-BY
mrannin i!r.i f-T -M'jbsl7 rxarllj what Us-loiinod
lor It Uii.--( liif r. atii f'T tbe iirwl jmiHitjj-Uj ut
Ifio Hiiii ii l.iitiMcui h riiuud lulls MMlTerMl
prtlrnl'lllty. IvvorylHHJr nw.il mh a iuJklu,
The I.MajlK-rwnaneH U H iBoinuf ntfMBiif,
Th HtiMstfwMe iMds ti for Kfoeral family uk
Thr Cufulrr hacdt II for hltpHiiaatl ltl ma.
Tito sUhIiuhU aM.o ll alwaj. ua lila work
The fill iter wvU It IbajwoI tiMrfH-r.
The ISHrcr o'llt-aii't-al.a..ur wlihoattl.
The lafHrr nd II U hi. Itvut, hU ataul.
aud lil ki'-tk i urd.
Th fricauiboai wan rlh Haattaaa aaads
llln UUri .tii.i.ly e.H -atttBdaaJiofa.
T0 llar.i -.fairlrr tweda U-lt at bl bat
fr-Lrnd sUi 1 MJt rt-.lka.Rs.
Tha Hiack-t rower tuwls It -It will a
tk uAaila U 'luuu and a wort.l of untitda.
Th Hal Iraad Mas ndJ I and will need 11 9
tuna abultf Ua rottudotaecldsfauaad aawra.
Tha HHckwaoJBMiaa acadsll, ThN h -u
In Ilk H aa an Muldola Cur tft dangsf to UX,
Umli and eomfgt wbscfa uirutuid Ibu (.loaaar.
Tba 41 ere bant ad- U about fat ifamimoti
bla uspioyia. AawMeBla wlU bapprw, and wtum
ibtweouio Uuf atuatau Lluiauai la w iuiIsmI a aaea.
Kwas a ilwuie la lta UHait ai tb bi
HhBiiUUibi Vcirrs lulBtawsiai
la cat of aoetuatil aa path aad ksat of Waawa,
Kaap Mat 1 1 A.WSFS U Us Siablf Uf
tss wsis rsts4
v .car....,-,,,, .,.
r.j -a. -. misM., I
The BAD COLD of tn-rinrnin'
mulct eloit Into SORETHRQAl
KONCHlf IS, LUNO FKVKR.or
Into SORE THROAT,
oftD lormtnHtr la CVN-
PLEURISY, Ui of whk h. If
it'i-iru, oiicd wrmtniitm
I SUMPTION snil DEATH,
. XlALM, ucvvs.fullj, fur ovur u
Thi, Mafitsiae portravs AaierU
eaa tkonihi and lire fro at aeeaa
oeran, to filled wllk para aica-clan
Iiteratarc. and eaa be safely wek.
(anted in anv family circle. 4
ma aso. ei 13 tui ir aiu
ttmptt Cop, of mrrtm whW milt m ia.
fin of 3t tu.i mm mmmn. ,
' Pmilaai LIM wllk Mcker. 'n
B. T. B?u3 k S51T. PullliW
130 133 Pearl 81., !f. Y.
SCRUBS AND HORNS MUST CO I
Buy tho Hornless. Hardy, Boefy.G AL L0 WAYS from
Importer and Breeder,
JttiL,L,'iriJr, RAY COVATTY, .7IISSO tit I.
J. P. QUESENBKilRY,
Corner of Camden Avenue and Main Street,
It F ALE Ml IV
Hardware I Groceries,
Would respectfully eay that I keep a general stock in tho
aboveli nes of goods. I will not enumerate, but ask those
wishing to buy to call and
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.
Thanking my many friends for past patronage, I ask a
continuance of the same.
Sa U $l.."iO Ftr Itarrel. Barb Wire 4 I -'i and 3 1 -3c
CHEAPEST EATING ON EARTH I
.ax vnuR GROCER FOR THEMI
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HOUSE PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
Have your house painted and papered and get Ridgell
Bros, to dothe work.
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
The Great Specialists,
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