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TII(HHAV. MAY I'l. I".
WAS IT FATi:?
I hnvp (wo-lliinl f ml ml In run
fttrnv." Mill Mult- ItalticM Whm
mivv. hhp nn ft vuU'mji hninrttc. '
tiwhtnl c with lit! If willful thorn."
whom rviry on ft'ltr'i in nti of
i't." plcmlftl hrrnjotlitr: " ni n
F' -' tti will forpivn yon ulni'wt nnv
ti .I-. Inil hn wiil l r -rim-lv ofTeml
t. il 'ii nrr riutf to Mr. CitrU lo.''
A in! it linrrnl to x rrpsnlwl
t, i Iv ft Inv-tipin. lo win h Mi
lt ,1 'm lle mii'v lliiow liit haiulkur-t-i
f." itittitfil Mmlire.
Mitl". lii. von know you ftrr
nii'-ci c.i;ilio. 1'oUftn Simon only
an ' i i i rt i Ins nmst o:inn"t wih wrmWl
1h t-tMtiii.'it if tin- lnv ami L'irl ho
1t cl m tlfii h c.iilil In vi Pitch Oilier,"
HiL'-'tl ' ov t lam pi-ntlv.
H it M:nl''. nn'.v Iom1 htT wnvj
ili- . Ii"i't inctv, ltiltni-.lv, tw. prral
tr dimmed her imii plV-lil;rk flvt .
ftini sup i'oiitiiiupl to fon4ilt:i' brrm-lf
a h irhh-fti'Hptt ffirl.
Marine wa i wayward lull winninp
little witch of tPti w'ien tin 'onin
hminn in nnntitn, a tiiMnnl relative
of hpr mottifi Itiu! tftkrn great
laitrr to m-r.
Hp arnwlv bachelor of t'wty,
twit thp rlitwlnnl ft omul honrt ,
tipalh it M ieklv init-tU. ftud o batl
llm liLiiii for Mailir htcrpaM-d as
Hie tears went on. mitt hr nnTPl Imp
art ol ft provide wo to lier. paying
or her tuition at a tir1-vla honnlitiir
achool. and letting hi pold pild her
lifp in s hundreil ilinVreiit wa.
A coitp'.p of WPi k Itefiiro Mndire'
OUtimrftt at llif breakfast tiihle, lie had
written nkinjr them, r fnvor to
himself, to pntertMin ft younj; f i icna
lor ft few days who wanted to look
lifter some coal lands of bis in thv Ti
cm it v.
(ipirT i jnt recovering fivm am
Bttaek of fever, i traveling partly f u
hif health," Mr. Wimlnw wr.'te, "and
1 don't like to triit h'nn to the tender
mercies of jour town hotels,
This wa ail well enough. n
Redtield turned willinjr nt-nt u the
request. Iut the iuiehi-f wac mad?
m lien, in the dcM letter, Couip Siiuou
Hv the way. CJeorpe ilniirr oat
little MaMire already. He haa stolen a
photo of her, whii hhc deelare rej
renents the sweetest tid mot spai k
llnir face ho ha ever seen. The dear-t-st
wish of my heart would hepratinVd
if the bov nd prl I love to much
could niaVe up lueir mindi Jo iove
(straightforward Simon Min!ow had
To idea that the very way to make a
sjwiled beauty dihke a man M in
timate misU tliai he should do oth
Crwiae. No one laA n preater faculty than
Impetuous Mudpe for maklnir ruoun
tftius out of iikiIu hills and sue had
nursed fior smoulderinjr indipnattnn
nt what she chooMj to consider I'mwn
8imon' summary disposal nf herself,
nntil on the morning of (ienrne Car
lvle's expected ftrrival il burst into
She broke out npatn s she an1
Clara were watering tlie geranium in
the hay window.
It's a shame that dear old Couin
Mm. n has turned match-maker Hut
I ha n't humor him by falling in love
ith his parapon,'1 she snapped,
-itvhed a fine piuk blossom off ft get
'You're nerrou dear,1 soothed
("tai a, laying a firm white hand on the
1 11) d 'in pled one
.) it at this point ft rnnph sandy
I ead. Ix.'intiping to neighbor's little
boy was thrtHt into the room, and a
voice, choked by a huue bite from a
gre it red apple, mumbled i
"Miss Fannie don't want to ue her
rm.v t is morning, and aim says if
. titer of you w ould like to ride, you re
welcome to it."
Malge'a cheeks flushel eaperly, and
she loitked up wistfully at C'iai a.
'Yes, vou had better go; 'twill do
you good. Hut be sure to get back
for dinner," said l lara, answering the
silent appeal of Madge's lovely eyes.
"You're an angel, and I iu a wicked
Dulky girl!" said Madge, hugging her
A rather cloudy day, dear. jut at
present," returned L'iara; "hut J hope
the crifep October breezes will blow
the clouds away, and thut you will be
your own sunshiny self again wheu
you return from your ride."
Clara's wish was realized. Madge
was as radiant as the dav itself w hen.
utter a brisk canter, sue decided it
was time to return
But Firefly had evidently not ret
reached the same conclusion, for she
shook her shag try little head impa
tiently, whirled around, and cantered
Why, Firefly, we must go homer
coaxed Madge, apaiu heading the
pony in the direction of tne village,
mnd tapping its glossy side sharply
with her riding whip.
But the demon of obstinacy seemed
to have entered the little beat. She
spun around again, and rusiied at a
group of scrub oaks by the road side,
with the evident intention of brushing
Jier rider ofl against the rough, low-set
Madge thwarted this design, nd
then thp liual struggle began.
She tirst tried t coax the pony into
pood humor with some clover-hay
that had fallen from ft farmer's w agon.
Firefly ate the tempting wi-p with rel
ish, then calmly persisted in going
forward; ai.d when Madge had her
tairlv turned again, she began lo leap
and kick, &s though she had lost her
much-tried patience upon discovering
that tirin but quiet persistence w as not
going to enable her to have ner own
way, and Madge gavo up the battle.
Firefly tossed her head joyfully, and
cantered on up the lung, winding, yel
The silver peal of Inuirhter that rang
out as Mudge realized, the- coiiii ul side
of the situation startled a rabbit that
was crouching by the roadside, and it
scuttled away througU the yellowing
"What will they think of meat home
w 'nil J duu t cuiue bu k?' she won
4 "1, her dark e dancing as she
I mi ed their perplexity. " J hey wil
I i. iiiv decide that I have executed
ii , ! .re.it and run away. They little
tv. that Firefly is running away
n h 'im- - w here I have no idea."
. 1 itefly evidently had h definite
gi ..1 in (( w. Suddenly l!ie golden
sen uf wdd utitlowi'r Woke against
the iii'i stone wall of an orehard,
and ti l;tte further on an open gate
suii' half m ross the narrow lane.
V ietl cantered gaily into the fariu
yaiit, aid enniiiig io a standstill, gave
a .Il wlnniiey of hatinf actmn.
"1 be; ou to uietise tile. .My pony
brought me here. 1 as-uie I had noth
ing whatever to do with the mutter."
Mudge laughingly apologised, an they
were confronted by a boy of aoout
sixteen, in blue-jean overalls, with
err light hair, which contrasted
oddly with his tawny skin and m:ill
liglit eves, whieli expreMicd all the
ftrnftituicnt of which they were caps-
The youth eyed the pony sharply,
then burst into ft gufla oi amue
ment. "It s our old pony that pap sold to
Mr. Graham, down hiveri;e mv. a
while back. Il gets homesick "and
rome bark here when it get a chance.
If you ell il sia au hour or two, it'll
go back to tow n like a lamb."
"But what el. ail 1 dur said Madge
Jiev aotnp diiincrwith n-,M prompt
ly returned the boy. Were guin to
her coujp ny dunier-''
Mad-o thanked hitn. and said site
Wouid tlay Wt.ejeupoii she was led to
the kdeiit-n und mti .xiin t d to "inarui.'1
ft large Wumaii Witti tpauh e ci tui
OU t huekft.
I iu vt-rv glad to yon. drar," said
"nmriu. ' eaiuiiig eflaive welcome,
"and ruu kin go right iutu the setuu'
ro-n and viit witii Mr. (iwtrgn.
Mat! ire rpipnp! herself tocircum
stancw, nml allowed hprelf to be
whtsknd tnto the sitting-room. I
A very handsome young nun lay 1
ntuing a sprattiptt ankle on a cre-tcntip-4'ovpred
lounge, w hich was gay
with vellow shppherdee, on their
way to bine pagodas, bearing baskets
of pink roses, and after a brief intro
duction, the hotess hurried away.
A lrmor of surprise cpniet to pass
over Mr. (ieorge's expressive fefttures
as he caught Madges name and
sea nurd her bright face; but he said
nothing which any ordinary acquaint
ance might not hare don.
They talked of hooka, travel, ennn
trv life, and a dotpn other things,
w hile the tt'imites rolled by on Utile
Then came dinner, and then another
long conversation on the porch, where
Mr. (icorpe was settled to enjoy the
mellow Oe tnlier sunshine..
At lat, w hen Firefly was judged to
have fully satisfied her yearning for ft
sight of her old haunts. Mad ire started
f.r homo, after cordial good-bye from
all and ft request from Mr. tiMrge
that he might be permitted to renew
the acquaintance a son ft his
sprained snkls allowed him 4goto
Slip renched home Jus t. th edge
oft he purple dusk and found Clara
awaitrng her -with Kissese ftiri) rfr
When she tiftfi rmurned tTie on ami
dianned the other by ft brief explana
tion, she enquired mischievously:
"And What did Mr. 4advle Kiwi' rt
'"You wretch! vrrilv Wliev chat
Ton are enjoying Mr. Carlvle s fancied
mort ilication! eeaiuiel Clara,." giving
her a gentle suterlr shaking. "But
as it happens," she CoMinuiix. "Mr.
Carlyle wasn't here Either. A boy
brought ft note rroin him. in which he
said that h bad takes an earlier train
so as Ur stop over Might with his old
nurse, who is vhe w ife of ft farmer
about twelve mile from town, and
that he sprained his ankle by a stone
turning under bis i't in the dark, so
that be will n-i be able in come here
J.r S few dayn Bui what; are you
laughing at ?" she demanded, as Madge
turned scarlet, then lfttiched till she
J showed surn ol imminent ehokinjr,
As sm-p as she could "peak. sh de-
l,.,r k.lianlura mt l.ni irl U
Mr. George Carlyle." si.e Mid. "He
lulu t mention wiiv ne was staving at I
the larm. but F suposed he wa slay
ing there fur some reaon. r
Hint you w ui we ouu, fw your
pleaded t irfl.
Til X' P wiiiiie, r miina m win, r
pecially as i like Mr. t'arlyle bettt
than any other man have ve met."
aid Madge. fter pretty, simuiatetf
dt-liberation o nearly tw tninutes,
during Jihuli eriod t'lars- ss nir
alpd on the ihrone of anxiety.
And Mie kept l er promise to ihe let
ter, when ilr. -t'arli le made his a p.
jienranee in his own projn-r character.
'ot a cloud of ierveiity obscured
tie sw eef bright w ayi haA were
fia:ternl tolher as its hos vMr4of
parailie; nd ere long the bud of
mere likiny, so aupiciouly d
velo)ed Ihaa da at the ram. had
opened into tbo fojal-purple biosom
"Whydulo't you tell me who you
really were at first?'' Madge demand
ed one day for the fiftieth time; George
Carlyle had teasingiv refused to grati
fy ner curiositjf on tne torty-avae ktaes
"Because Mr. Winb had told me
of his letter to tour mother; and as I
hive ft sister who is the dearest little
flirt in the world, I fancied 1 was well
enough acquainted with the ways of
girls to know that it was the "very
thing to prejudice jou against me.
So when my old nure, who has prob
ably nearly forgotten that I hare any
other name, introduced me simply as
'Mr. George.' I was glad of the op
portunity of gaining your acquaint
oce. with my idenity unsupected."
"Was it fate or Firefly that brought
me lo you, and made me love you,
when I had made up my mind to be so
very hateful?' mued" Madge, as she
dreamily fingered the knot of flowers
which she had just tucked into George's
We will give the credit lo both,"
said George, looking as if he envied
every tender touch the Parm violets
When Cousin Simon was informed
how nearly he hid wrecked his cher
ished plan by revealing it prematurely,
he pushed his silver-bowed spectacles
ba k on his grizzled hair, opened his
honest gray eyes wide in astonishment,
and uttered this novel remark:
"Well, women are strange!''
Has Wait1 Ten Ysars.
A c'liitryman who was in waiting
at the Third street deot the other day
t'ok a stroll around the square, and
when ht returned he said to the police
man at the door.
"1 met a feller up here who says Lt
knew me twenty years ago, and tlftt
he had been waiting ten years to lick
''Wsil. ke?p away from him.'"
"Hut he is tuiiiaken: I never knew
"Let him go. What is it to you?'
'Why. 1 don't want a man to be mis
taken. I don't want ft man aching to
lick me when I'm not the right man.''
lie waa advised to sit down and wait
for his train, but pretty soon theoflicer
iiw a crowd up the street, and hasten
ed to the pot to find ft man lying on
his back on the w alk, evidently uncon
scions, wbile the countryman was at
band to explain:
"You see I told him he was mistaken
but he insisted, and when he took me
oy the goatee what could I do? Ltear
me, but how it does embarrass me to
ei.'U-r a strange town and knock a
strange man head over heels. Some
one pour water on him or blow in his
ear. (Detroit free Press.
Great rcjuicinx li over tbs worM or.
ftccount of the dixverT of South Arur
ican Ntrvine which it ftrk.uowleJd
all ft ihe moiit raluabla roe (Lea! 1 ,a-
oorery of this century. It poiitebhb
prupurtu'i which quickly cure tbs Stotn
ftch and N'en-ei aud jfive sweet nd re-
freshing health where Uisease, uervuus
ness and paiu hve tx?ea the rule South
Aincrieaa Nervioe has do equal as a
cure fur a weak Stomach, weak Nerve
weak Lun?, weakly females, waknei
of old a-e ftnd all forms of (a. ling
ucauu. a intu Duttie wiu con v: nc
you. Trice 15 ct. Sold by W. W. Mot-
by & Sun,Drugit'.s Kichinood,Mo. tf.
' U'te vo ir tow crinpe and curl
skithe w Knlfttid Farmer, "and
pH.ar iierroiu and fidgety when you
sit down tu milk her?' Well, not mur:b
che d(ii'u She in't tliat kiud of I
ow. Sb i-'nt one of your tbv. timid.
baohful row. 5he juit fixe her ey
ou the vranry with ft plare that will
rait a blister on an oak knot, sticks
I hr tail utraigbt up in the air. htifl'
j a poker plants tbrp feet firmly on the
ground, and than feeln around with the
other for the milk-pail, niiJk-alool
mi.k-niiil, Im-U them, lirt s them ui
; auuifu Kere into the blue einjrean,
and reiimrkin. 'liu. ha," amid tbs
slioutiiit'. jumps oer a six rail rail
fence, uud tramps down au acre of
yourg garden. lu,u'i talk about cring.
in und turlinu' to a cow that has lo
'Ik- willed with a pipe lineanda pump
inr Btatiun. liunteite.
Children Cr for Pitcher1! Castorla.
Unelt 1st 1 Vsnpsoff.
I'ncle Ji 1 one of the most ingen
ious darkeys in Washington. The oth
er dar he conlrived to make n rude
whpplliftrrow for himself. The morn
ins; aftpr it was completed ho went out
lo try it, but was dismayed lo find it
"I 'clah to gracious!"' he exclaimed,
"1 knowed dat wan ft mighty nice
wheelbarrow, hut 1 didn't pce" it gwinc
to run off by its own Mlf."
He presently found it in ue in Jake
"Jake, what you dom' wid mv tiw
wheelliarrow. I'd like to know?"
"W'y, I'ncle Jo 'laiut none, tn
yourn. Hit belong to dc community.
Keryon to keep it would be a monopoly.
"Haint 1 done made it?" cried I nele
Joe, "An haint it mine?"
"No, it haint,' said Jake. ''Twas
yourn afo' the wheel was put ou't it.
kilt when you put the whoel on yon
done lose It.
"What a th wheel i w do wid it?'
W'y, you, ? Joiip hcarCul'n Beck,
the Kaintucky senafr, sa dat when a
man writ a took Mwux nis'n, but if he
print H wu?u Siis). An ptinting
i makes a book gi. and fr wheel make
wheelbarrow go. Vunl Weclr jnld
tli at Vt wtik a monopoly to gip i man
the book h writ arler it was printed
o l sen it's ft monopoly Cncle dm-
tc Jave is wh-clbar?oir wlu-s- the
oii g'lntift, said I'ncle Joe going
off with ihe ftheelbarrow : - done
made itt and it'e mine, w heeK 3r no
wheel. What goods a wheelbarrow
'thoiit ft wheel?'
"Well, what good n book that you
ean't prinv Cul'o Meet, -b-v hid
"O. ywi het wp ake. Smut niir- r
gahs gits so amart it uiake fools.
an' svt r Cun'l Beck. I dont rant t
be disrespectful, but ef he -er- ul mm
sect stutl K da n-ekon he meant it
Any way this aiu-t Kainti.ey. nml ei
1 barrow n-;n'?
Vli 4ae ton ti. up. uii henb now? 1
r 7 i
tapt Cotf titravsgaec.
fioi of tuc u. :tpu t o'i uiiii.t
who iuit we
in tiudin g l"rnt?.J
on the street in llu-Wii ha;
th "listetieiT' Stiother -lot y
'iV- lv, wha uiut have be
if a Cap
n a rcla-
iivofthat one. !ite happened to U
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wisiting m oio, aw mie on tin
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tourii oulv, Mia' wens out ota tin
. ... .
coniniai -e the Mi-ht.s. its return-J
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"Whaahat hsppfTie.i J
, ... , , , -
al, ou know that juart r of a
du!!ai yon gave me -hir. morning.-'" r
a vj. ft vii:
slapdaah. frrBiulases caa- s."- A
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,.n i. i. To witfi J
ui i'i". '"tif if so
ternbte coita l,
ffctneily ft vnu.
'INyloi ftwinjr. I
A Wllnitor frU LbPt, Ttn!Crn plts Wer Shet CU. ftJltf V
of Shiloh's Catarrh U-raedy. Mce fit
centa. lavluraod twinir 4
If hy ars'ertra Think Vhey srs Herop
'WLat lovely jacqtiemiutitH, Mr.
Soft.ipot. Are they f-r the pulpit?
tlear. no. I'm pnvtp to tuke
them to pour Ur. fctippenkiuer, in the
'What, that norrii man ttiat sold o
bonse that Jbe didn't know whs mort
U, dear, no. Some one palmed, oil'
on Sir. Kijipenkl-j'ier s-ome adulterated
beverage ol some kind, and lie became
so exasperated that he kicked hid wife
out of a thin! story window. Kjor
mr.n! tie does fee! so ilepre-e J at
beins; put Into jail tor It." yrin-
This is tne toat which the mode!
Irishman drank ttj the llnli-hmao
Here's to juu as iw jou are and
here's to me as bad &s ! am. lint ic-
good as you are. and as bai iw I am.
I'm aa goo I as you are, us bad aal am.
Bhlloh'a Catarih Heuuedy a positive
:ure for Catarrh. liptbena and Catker
Jtoulii. Xayior and ttwiLa.
For lame back, side or cbe-t, ue hl-
lob'i Porous blaster. Price 2- cut.
Wow Taylor A fcwh,
A young lady iu Chillicotbe who a
afflicted with pimplei sought W purih
her blooJ with arsenic instead of aban
doning buckwheat cakes. In lees than
a mouth mourning friends were com
menting on the lifelike appearance of
the corpse. Times,
For .Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed ruaratitt! on ever
bottle ol billion s iuuizer. it never
tails to cure. Taylor and Kwing.
A worn out society belle U like old
maple sugar. It has a certain kind oi
sweetness, but Iiha lo bu laid on the
shelf when the new crop comes out.
New Orleans l'icavui.e.
AU women look attractive when
their color and complexion Is clear. Il
your skin is tallow, eyes dull, yon are
bilious, oecure m box of Williams Aus
tralian Herb pills, take aa directed.
and tne feeling of languor will levt
you, your eyes brighten, and you are
another woman. Try them. Trice 25
oenta, bold by Smith i'atton, 37-i
Emperor William's Phtiomerul Luck
A characteristic trait of the hue Km
peror William w;is hi genuine :-
joke. At a hunt the l.inii-m. n l:t:
twenty-sight head of game U fore him
which tltey i-aid he had killed. Mini
iug'y he rpiot.-d the u.ld- of Shrike-
pear. "There are more thing in he;i. r,
-ifil farth tliu are dreaint of hi ir
phllOhOphV. He a-bled, ' J-.r w it not
a miracle that ! should li;tw killed
twenty-eight bend while 1 h:ul nh
twenty-live eaitiidge.i Jioston
Peter J. Keid i x- .
ouuty. Mo., h il. i.
a count with the Male
Mil tut nt Mi ox
lioi I in l,
and h;i- b it lor
The farmers in the section of Mi
Vernon.Ill, art very near di our.ii d
over the prospects of a crop this -eaon
C ut-worms are cutting even thing oft
as boon as it corner upoui of tlie jrouii'l
Army-worms are taking the m.-a fn-A,
and bid fair to cut the p.i.t me- rm-1 j
crop short. hinchougi are ther in
greater ipiantiiiei tlntn i r hi f..iv.
1'tie air U think w ith tic in in -nine
jilaci-H, and tlit:
are ery yxtr.
liio-.i--u lor the 4 r.n
tStiUok't (Jure wiil uiu4:ilati ly rtlit-v
Croup. WboonlDjr Couli, anj bruutliU
til. 'lay lor an U twin ,
tlrrp or Shallow Caltor for Com. '
Many of the advocates of rfcep cul
ture for corn any that the soil must be
Ice-ply stirred and loosened so that the
heat of ih-s sun can more readily
penetrate and warm the earth in which
(hu roots arc supposed to feed. His
true Unit a certain degree of heat Is nee-,
esnry for the development of vegeta-
tum, d i lie rent plants varvlnc rerv
w idely aa to the amount of heat requir
ed. f our more Important agricultu
ral plants, corn, being ft semi-tropical
plant, probably requires the highost
rango of temperature. This fact Is
generally understood but, fts Is fre
quently the case, when the semttillc
kuoledgeof a fact Is limited to a vauge
idea many erroneous notions atm hftsed
upon it. We say In ft general way that
corn liko hot weather; we know thnt
when the ground is cold And wet the
seed will not germinate well and we
know that corn roM are apt to grow
near the surface if allowed tn,
hence it is quite ft natural conclusion
that thea grow there because the soil
is warmer neat the suiface than il is
deeper down, ks tha conclusion fight ?
Ir. . V' Stnrtcvant, whose study of
the corn plant 1ms urubably been more
extender! than that at any on else.
made some experiments last season at
the Mew York experiment station to
determine flnswoitt. Th-J. uestioF e
asked a :
"I 4he location o' roots in t hi 4m
governed AHa loy .cmpcrature orfer
tility ?" j
The following if ate account of thej
oxprriniepu inat -so answer the ques ,
4,tn the spring of 1M7 four iVcwere
due each three feet ifl dtnmctep. Two
iof thene were filled to the Unp withtnr-
'ih' soil, mixed nrith compost, the ither
! two Here tillerf. with the same io the
j depth of two levt, ti finished to the
jtp with rh that had been taken from
j the bottom uf the pits, Hie center
rf two of, ilicsc pits on ts which as
"Hed with clav, two foiu-inca sole tiles
w-r' placej rcct, una ousting on ue
ouier, so inn iuo aim fnrnicv o me
depth nf twenty -eight Inches, la each
.ii. . M t
... . ,
teen inches deep. The Ailes 'Wer Vhen
tiib to the lop with Senile soil, iamp-
i , b . " . . v .
S"otumn. ? hus prt-parcfl weft.id ftbund-l
t , ... J
! ant -rtile aoil at the ottoi f all the?
2 , ., . , .. I
! pits, wliile il wo nu surface soil vas
. . ., ,
I a very infer tile clay. f
"In ach ih two itc containing i
the single length ot tile, a few kernels
lof Wihakuta com were planted in khei
soil within h tile, while itt the ftiles
of the othe pit seeds oi' ihe Student j
Jinusnip were planted. Ths plants
i were cho-eft becu"e ihecorn is knon
f , J1
1 t(i toot sholuiw, tm ihe parsnip deep.
I . . . 1 . r
' , . ' t J . .
nd eacfr produced several
I -itiilks. The cora ta th pit topped out
with clay jtilded three flterchuntablft
ears hh(1 iire nubbins. Th parsnip
plants were a fair frrowtfc.
H)u September K4th.thft roots o the
W1n' iU m nue
tfie sunace wan ferine son, florin tn
one topped out with clay did the roots
incline upward to any eatsnt The sW
pearance was the same as il the bet-
om of the soil CorrefDonded to the stir.
'ace of the soil, ihe roots ware very 1
J URE9 Nervoui roitratiea, Narvai Heiaeha, Bcwtaniwl' by iT'"'' u'""
wcunifia, wtrvoui wuimh,
and Liver DlwaMi. Khucntifn, Dy- ' ' -' ' '
ao4 ail adacdoaa of tba Kidatys. WELLS, RICHARDSON h CO. Prop's
W. 11. K'TOjf. H'w Halnan.
A-5't aattMmaa and &olicitH
t.ij. T K'.tu.v, Cauk aaiMtaan.
W. C. ECTON Sl CO.
TELEPHONE 2136. ROOM 3 EXCHANCE BU1LDINC,
GITX BTOCS TA2S3?S.
MiTiiviLLE, liHK, ftmltliTllle, Mo. KlABNEY BANK.Kearnejr, Mo
Kansas City 8to:k Ya bos Bask
''hicago t'orrespondeuta, Jacob btrader & bon.
fieo. W. Woodlmrn & Co.
547 MAIN ST.
We would Respectfully invite your attention
to our .S1MIIXG STYLES in Overcoate, ileua
Youth's. By' and Children's Suits. Kilt Suits
f.,r the littln ones &e. and all
OUH WIT RflAKE.
'esh;ill be pleaed to how Our Stock at any tiino
whuthiT you wish to purchase or not, feeling miro
will pious.- you and our pi ice seem reasonable for
CLOTHING WELL MADE.
Our Sprint; Styles of Huts are in and a full stock
of l-'ui nifshint; UnoiU at all times ready for your in
Hpectiun. Every .-irinent marked in plain liyurf s
and ONE PHICE ONLY,
Ucu. W Wootlliurn & o.
547 Main Street,
KVISTSS CITY, MISSOTJ1U.
much as In their natural position, ex
tending In every direction except up
ward. On September 2Wh. thn roots of Ihe
parsnip plants were examined in the
same manner. Very few roots had
penetrated to the bottom of the second
tile, and these grow outward, inclining
town. Hut tn both plants, roois ha I
grown out al thn junction of the two
tile. In thn pit tilled to the Mirfan
with rich soil, these roots uuptetion-
sblv inclined upward, some td the
liter reaching almost to the surface
In the other pit, where the junction id
the tiles ws ft bout ftt the union of the
fertile soil and clay, one large root
canto ont and turned at once down
ward Into the rich soP: another in
clined downward, but descended grad
ually ; a third grew stright outward,
and some of Its fibrous bram-ho de
scended, while as many more ascended
That the roots of the parsnip. a plant
thftt thrives in cool dim at, and nnt
very deeply, should have inclined up
ward mors than, tho-e of corn, a shal
low rooting, tropical plant, as hsnlh
tube expected. The parsnip plant-,
however, did not make full develop
ment; w hile those of the com iade an
unusually strong growth, 3.cviugi
nut the parsnip cmj. which is perplex-f
ing, the fact that tdie aor roots made
their full dvyelopiuvttt more shau n j
fitot below the surf aee. while the greatei
part are isually founrf with '.lie ir-t
four inches of seil,nd while Jiere wa-
nothing to prevmit them tr ji mining
to the warmer soil bo, is eideiu-eR
that abundant foodi ftnd Aiiwisturc uvi
more essential w ihe development vii
corn than a high soil emperat inn. r
In order to inak sure Wiat the root-1
of corn plants. growing under ordinan I
conditions, Jay no deepo' hi the !oiil
than usual (die oc:ion, the 7PdP
tif plants Wftre washed out una cain-j
ined. They were ifcuikr ho V. a in
forme seasons, chieily withiit w to
live inches of the surfact." K
ju vnuld stM-m, theo, tha cura .'00U1
develop ffiainly ifr the upper Tour incbc .
sdf soil.bccauitv they find there the larg-1
est supily of uilabi foorf.aud a reason t
why thers i the most there ic Wcaii-t-i
the sun and the ?Umieutr har? a better j
chance act oi he sil ingredient.-
aut prepare Uiviu tur f luni fuoI.
Whan Itatiy .. - hrr PvtM1- j
Wba satt'iM aChild. sa rnM f t snoris ,
Wfttai tbftbaram iluahlanc to'fwunifw '
mm ft C alldraa, tftftea Mftona.
tronp, l.uu'lnK cu ,',, ,'r'"11 '""f
. fjuer siglii Cittf be M''n lit t.if
tioni t.t iTsuii oie.
from i.d. Aral with t- l'tt-T of
sin.ll kittens was givi-5 f toiili' oi
yonuj? .tuirrels some titni' nro. an!
inrttaa si" Siillins tliem .lit .l.iti-l
IhexOt cackling thim witJi h. T itt "-
nd the.v m Bow Half grown. h'
follow the a around ami are iiult.
lama but ifusc lu t tht d.'ail min
their I'.ster-mothi-r Hint:, lo lhi-ni.
something the old cat cauuot nu ll r
'lll you.ufli will, dj-i-pi a''
Hvef complaint fcblloli' V.ul.i r I
iruarDted U curl jna.
W-eow 1'i.jrlor iiiiTi?.
wbirb W'i.f i'(,nt:i. :i-oir ' cW' e I
M.-4 It .a ( I - . !!. -i-
uu Rht-nnjatiim . '! ttti i.- !
Um truu rnudr for Jm-uiual.-ii'.
P 41 )'( tITT(V'MKrir"ri: iiVr- ' ' '
cuTkU t- r, con.b tn N .
t-Tic. rr;iH it U Uwl XUtii' i' X a
kidney citii.1 mm.
Pinrt't C11 rTrVuipnt-v tr-,.ir;'
'inrar-i. iw ! -r y u turta
1 01 ui,:.
FnI' -n RT 'M"t-M- wi n rs'.iir
tl-:. tlllH!'V IIV.M.IIMI.UI
i-Tlti tf tht IkiW'U. l.n(u.nt mr .y i i
tuva IU um.
8tunch J '
Ikf. C. Ciikktham, Onice
1 kiiowu tj llittc umrKeil ppmllnrlllf!
1, A r-fm; id wvurinvwaud plm In the
j, ! i i hM-nfh. hnA tiists In the mouth,
0 ' I'M M il fell;!!!.'.
f. . tisMi .it. m, wilh octiulonal attack
ft, Ih tt 1.I. IH-. lii thP rront of tltrt ial :
ii ui-tt A, UUtuc, aui jcUonovM vt
tl. ilr'lhnrn. loorrtnTwtltP."''iv',
tt. I'M. nti.m ot ibuttuuiuvnand bowfls
J, li (retiin nf sr-trtu, and tpM mrinn
rh.iiy, unit he Mtii'P' and a Ul-postlluu,
loieitve cvi'ryiuintf for to-iuui row.
A ftntiirnl dun of ItltP from the l.tror
a rMrnlml In g-xil hriilth, V iuU llllS
UOLHIIUVUU It rthUlUlU .. .r,yy-y,
. " BiLiousirESs,"? "u
fM'ti, I lire (prtM. soon trnds tosrlont
ui ie-.'. Soiotioie f.1v'rltt'culnttrrxtri
m Hu ! e l n itiius lelln. iii-(Mi er everr klml
of . ti. rrtr- llio Mver tti
rrot r nrh nip ordi-r, recti lle -. ttio ni'i-nw
,n oi (.)!, tin.t ii it Id,, fii,- tn mill
in Bin h vejih'1tiTi Hint Itnyr.t do Ihi'tr
h-i W'.rk. AHt-r dtkinir t Ids iuvdK'lu UO
ouv Will ay. "1 am Ipilioua. ,-;v,Ai
1Kiv tw n-t' I jwiT rf rn.
St t n i f the Livrt, atxl li.iva b-. n lit Hi- 1atit tif
tjk'i-i ffm I to o ft 4ini of rslijincl win. h grn
nl y 1-iut me up for Ihiir tit Imir d.iyi. L.tit-iy 4
he ttren l.tk.iM Sn.itlioiti Liver Rrgnl.itor,
(uh s tvp mi f 1if witli nt miy tt-lrri upttua tO
Svimci." t, llutw, Middlfi-'iit, Ciiio.
ft5" -'-T Ifl t:mip 'a re 1 on friint nf Wraffr1
0. II. ZftUoito., iruiladclphla, Ta ,
H U t1 PHREYS'
---::'-U Clolh Cold Bindint;
1'Miinfi I t' fanta.
on A.hiHn . ...
; h-li. .nt L'ullO....
pi.fiin rv. lini"
I fi..1fr f.irlxe
... .1 n I'rtltirnl IN rtotla-
l.....fli: f .mul
-n. i'. l Ulit
F I CS
I. ID lailaa HI. H.t.
7! V I
1 drlr!y fi
rVlt'. fr.-v.- ; an c-.fii.. Tluoot
IIU HHI l Ft.1 iLK'i nNH- 'urliiftiyk
tr.-u'.'tVi et.-iy i..--.v.;rv. It aIM. natur-to
IifriT l.i'v' tl.- r'n'.. l tl.aoiie rr..(nrlrlti'-.ilto
v r.in'.. t. i' ii.'.--.at.tt-. i;..-taic'.'l mS .
ia.a t:ni.- nt. pi-rfn-t jf-ty. rrtc. ea
l- K !-I.K Y ALL I'HI -..MT. . -A
l8.MEIiia.lX Li l.LU CO. bo.cl'rup. ,ar.LOtjS
THIS f reparation, without
cui. 10 Liver-Moles. Pim
ples, Black-Hoads, Cunburn end
Tan A ft-w appliratinni -iU rcntlrr Uie
moAt oluliKoml nil nkio no ft, amooih and
whit p. Viola Croam Is fint n paint or
p 'w.icr toenrer defect , but a n-mciTy to cure.
It it Btiperior to U otln-r prcparaiions, and
U guaranteed to eitc Mils faction. At drne
ct maili-d f.r fiO ffrtw. Frrnarwl b
ti. liITTM :it & COm
Sold bv W. W. Mc-by Son
HIDES AND PELTS.
f wnnr to buv a'1 tl;e trnrki'tsiMf HVool
!n Kav CuiintVj di.i) will py tli wry
hl(rhif nittrki-t rrfrt- In cih (or the
ime, Brina In Y ur Wool and jfi-t tbe
cah tor lr.
OPVa at tije WnsHi.n IIouhp, Kicti
m ti'l Mi'.
- U i I n i t h i it 1 1 1: n
nu-ri.i - of il. . fculf, t'lltimtc. Fro!!!!1-
1nii,ilni-ttiriiiK I fi'tiiof rlci ;ti rt
MiiHTHi mihiiu ui viriciiiiat ai.u ullivr
'! II! UKll.l,, Urn i anm arilt.
i. )A MiKK VA..
Tho Original V.'ins.
t l- sin.tti...!.. ht. L-u,s, l-r,,,,'r
l. . S L..lirt 1'K.t fcAIS 1.
.r 11, : it' r. l.-tl I v cum i -.
M. A. .V 1. M. Ii.ia l.r i7 ve.ira
I II I.!-." lilt Ml f l
il'l i'llA.Ml K IlKAI).( T
in n t, Sol it hi dm i ii , Lie.
in'. 1' 11. Kchiib. l'.isn M . K.
JCI. -in h. Ad.imv'lVnn., ,n,s; "l
( n,,!,7 "'lVU l".t'.n "ut
monk Livir Me.iutiiie, I h:iv
ini 1 inn- hn.i to tul'Slilulo
't:li:i'fi Mtf" for your Mcll
tine, but it duu'i itiuwcr Uia
' .ifi.it, .Munch!-, I cnn. t..si
'- m d A IM. :iiie ol vi.ur I.iU'f
r. ,:i. iiiL-, and hac i.seJ lull ol .(.
ftCllU a I'Otla tiTl H'oiiL'H t"
J. n. HIOHBI K.
13 JnKnHlrt w Vorlt.
IlK ilH'l KH Kit Hilt
While 11 ii mi ivii ry uiul 1 Inirhurun
(.III J.Jkc CiulilloHc r S i d. t
II. is jiitl ri'C")Yt-(l n new und decant
fynrtiiient of pni'ir M i 'li u-i-y, i iu-luil-iil'
all the hitc-t hprln fhiotiM in
liutj.'i 1 1 if-4, '(. i' i aril riuni' fl.
JOUVIN KID ; LOVES
Junt riwivi'd, Th' ne aro th bt mu le
t'uil .ki.it me MISS FOKD'S (imMH.
f! tlllllS WMilE All tlal I AILS.
a I l.tt'r l.licr lU'lTt. r 7,'i''tt
U-i.ly au tunic of Zl.hu k uiixiui
9 for 4'oiihiiin ntl'in aavoil H
mv lily. A. II. Ikiwki.L, H
B tuu, N. -., April 'IS, lbo7. 0
j Th P -T .iii:h M-H- N
cii..: i'i l'1-.o .1 ( I KE I "li I,
i -, K i-t miM. i hiMn-u L
A li. I' V. i'li. .ill l, ;t linll. f
4 J.y .ill iIiiiKh'inlrt. iJt, 7
Groceries and Hardware,
Keep constantly on hand a largn and well "selected Stock
of theso Oooda. and the can ofl. r A PC. A lS. in that line
that cannot bo obtained elsewhere in lityiitiiv Call and
they will convince you, by giving their
Corner of Canulen Avenuo nnJ Maia Street,
PS W S W
Woul.l respecrully Bay that I
abovclinos of goods. I, will
wishing to buy to call and
SEE ItfE AND
'Thanking my many friends
coniinuanee of tho same.
Salt $l.aO Prr liarrrl. tlaib II V rr I i.'2and I - r
I vVjiv, Tur:Y Don't Know How. Lk 3-011 suppose a man
';rau Ml you the truth, about soim?thini; whirU ho knowa
i nothing. To ollbr ou that a.s Hfi-urlty i t I'li in -f us. In
(soiling, WaoiiSj Huggics, nntl Spring wagns Vtc, to the
j Kny county people, tor 0 yonrs, we h;iv' learnetl tlie roquirc
ment- ol ihQ tratle and are able w tell you, 1 K L 111
about tliem, we are eculling botttT good, t'or los money, thu
an)botly io towa and we eballengo a corupurisou of goods
Repairing and XZcPantin v compctuTit wortuiciu
POWELL & SONS.
A Ml- load of tho famous
BINDERS. MOWERS and TW NE.
Maniifactunraod leaier la
FIME BOOTS and SSIOZ3
rt make tptcMtj of Ladies Fine ami Coarse Mines and Slippen. V
ftake tha beat Uoot or tfbo, for Oentlemen orctugive them a iKHitorihoe
I JUtern make that will give aatijfactloo. We do all kioda of
to order and on the Shortes Possible notice. Thanking the Cllizfiit of
Blcbmond and the people of Kay count; for their patrona? heretofore, we
teapectlulli' reiueat continuation,
eNEW FURNITUR E
A. J. BOTTS CO.
llavo opened out
Furniture, Mattresses, Bed Springs
ITI Stairs over Marshall Shoe Store,
They have an entire New
for cash, b they want trade.
to lit out young couples or new coiners with complete outfits
for housekeeping an d will offer Special inducements.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
Tho Leading -Druggist in the City.
Stock al ways full. Drugs al ways Fresh.
Prices always the Lowest.
Come in and See for Yourself.
"Yre keep on hand a large stock of pure
liquors, purchased and shipped direct from
United States ware houses; w hich weare pre
print to sell and ship to order in bottles jugs
Uasks lcgs or barrels at prices to suit. It is
our aim to supply tlie demand with pure liq
uors for medicine and culinary purposes,
Weare sole agent for the celebrated
AMILI SLU 1USC1I Dottle Deer.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
Deer, Wine and Liquors,
I ke Oldest Wagon
Sucooaaora to II. C. UL'EGK-SS.
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS.
BUGGIES. HARROWS, PL0W fcC
SPrXJIAl. ATTENTION paiJ to I'.iiitiiiK B i'ios, WagoiiH, &o.
Given to tlO IIS I'.S HO I'. lA 11, ill fat-t pvcrv tl.ii g Jono in tlie
liBt I'usbiljle manlier, by bubnr and Exit.rie!icnJ Voikn.in.
(Jivo us a Cull and Examiuo Our Stock ami Trices
before iiiiriliaslns? lHCWli.-r.
BURGESS. & HATFIELD.
keep a general stock, inj the
not enumerate, but ak j those
for past rmtrofnee, I ask a
WALTI'U A WOOD
Tiie Vtiy Best anil Clieap.
ilAIU ALL St bUSA.
a full and complete
Stock, bought at bottom Prices
They arc especially prepared
Factory in iLc City.
Arc pnpurd t wit anll tlmci to ncromodat
the ioji mtti
kip, Siii'.s E;:::;, P.i.
Will rontfy paincprt tn nrir f'i'( tletrf fl ft
ft monieti'. ir.li.f M'm ! ir.iru by fj.ijr
mrea or tiionui, on n'swfii.:- ihh.
i UAi'Miirr inn)- rt-iy .hi jTotnpTr:. prmd dim
GEO. I. WASSON, Proprietor.
rnnv.Til.nit tn nil l.r ...I na
of businesn aouthearit of court hnuH.
Itoouis lare and airjr mid wrll-tur-niahed.
Htat attention riven to trawl
ing public. Oiiod nuipln riHun for
Comimrcial men. J,ililes w:Miied
with the beH the mtrket Hlbirdn.
I In.-It to and from all Uatna. Cbuigea
C. A. r.-arson. .oti.rv rubhe. R. .v.
L Juuctiuii, will altcud to all Imaim na
entruated to liitu with chik uud irt inpt
qrm. Charrw rPHflonublH. IMI
A L E S Tl E
Tosoll.'lt ord.'P foroup rfll;i''li iirH,r SIik l.
(ioiKl .Ury aii.l Kih'ii-h -. i-r (oiiuiiihiii(i li r
IllHiirilt eiii.t..mt-iil i;ii;ir.iiiH. A.i,lrpt t
od c utiiiK t. ai.'iLi a n;wiii"5. Hi ttTTcja,
will ii. Lzi:i. k;.
john a. Mcdonald,
IMM.K A;T KK WI KKN TKCItlTHUV OF
WKSKJI sat ha:;;::,
a.i crswiiiK Mini'i.i;
709 i Iff W. Hinth St. KANSAS CITY, MO.
Zh ("ity SpteialiMt tn tft fify no it a vrra.'jr
6daiMl I Jfr-tirtir (her .'" yat'lTuiut
Id yart li t hicugo.
THE OLDEST IN AGE, IfiD LOSGEST LOCATES.
taftX Aiil'i'.rirttl I v i lie i-i.iif i. ir. it
WJA lniLh . N.-rv, I -... .:,!
r- -ffA j";- Nft i.-..;i:i.i-...- i
IK HI.MMl.l C. ,1 .!-..-f..4, Tf
' AJ aiiiia.rniitry ln-. iv. un.i li, fm i.
rf&U il Ir.iilhlt-S) .r tli-a- III iihuT
mule or f. inriic- i nr fii,rni.'i.,i
or may rcfunjl. liartr.-n low. TliuutinU ..f
cafJ rurM. Ktorrtehrf l IIU'm ,rtAiit. .Mlinnli
rioe rt fiifcramci J in mr. nml i-fH. a. i
bmf ronipuiiiitl..) in my ii.rf. ciiy uri"int. .1
Urftlury, kinl uri furniHln.l rt n.t fur ii-i. No
mining to tlriiK Horn l. timr unr-.-nMn nnw
crlp'.l'Hi Illlert. Nk iiicrr-nrv .r Ipij -irlmiK n .l
rlnci ufc-rf. N(ntftntinii ff..m lnsU,..mi. tni,.nn
ftt a itmtattrv trvattfl by i-tn r atnl fi.t,h- n,. .11
rinn '!!( tvr lie tt frf frmu ur t.n-.ik.
fiti- your raJif nn.1 Mtn for i.-rms. ( i.n-
Iftior. r '
tlt.wirai.Ml HJJJX , (,lulll .... v
fttrhr in RtafupH. v.vt-ry n aif, from tlt ut
V lott, MivUld rfy tliln tnn,k.
THE 6REAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
rHiKlTUK ft RI tor MHKI MTI.-M
ewr or brlp. di.td-i
i f-irr uJ IA1D lii io.
4 Iu b tu T lai. BrTi.l !
Hkatb tor LlraulMt
THE tLUKIDGE h
1p 4t of ail. Rnl miMrpiti..
at'lf Us piti'ji-tvi. rt'i'i.' ii ri
lr.irM It. llm ether. U n.Ti
nut r,'pr.cr.e-liit,, It , . u a : I jf, t
irr;it iiHrn-mn. A n su.ut r m -i
dttiers rieat I.Url .).-! .rii n
natnuer rtrfumr- ; ! mm. -n.n.
J. I'. UKITl. ISI7 utitl ltllB S.irtli Mm k
Mnwt, Ml. Ly, Mo U, -ral Wwivrn A-i
Administrator's Sale of Land
OTTRI h.Ti-tiy (rlvfn t--at the u !iTi-ii-I
t-il, Aitiiimlsuiiti'i wf tin. iM u r of ii.tviil
ltf'i;;ir.leu, il.-witwii. Will til J'utiMfi S;ili-.
b virtiu nt an onier of Ihn rrih,av Court uf
Ka county, Missouri, lu;nlt; at lli.j July t. r i,
iit;, ati' t toutli liixir ol l lie Luuri llt.uao in liiu
city ol Itlctifuoinl, uu
Tl KMUY, JI NE , IsSS
betwtMn the Jioum of 10 o'cIik It. . m. itii.l 4
oVUick' p. in., ol thitt dav, iiimI ilnrlni; 1 !) Mt
ti Dfi oi tin Circuit Cnr1 of 1U cuinij-, ;MHiinr
r 1, all t ne liarlit, tit l and Inurt nt. oi in- nanl
vul lH.Ktr.lcn. df-d In Hii l ( tin' foll.mlux
.frribi r-jil MUilo, tuiutti-d lu liay county
Mis-uurl, to wit; '
The north end of soutbpmt qu.-irti r of the foiitli
fftt .iuirtr otstc)u!i six. l.Mibln. iiiiy-
tlirvf, LW raiiK" twenty ewlil. ri, laumiK
15 teres, ntorv ur Ies. ur so inn. Ii tli-r.-ol ui
may b nrearjr (or tin payment ol the debu
dur hy aald Ut.
Tkhus or isauc! Cah In hand.
JAMKMM. . VI. Ailm'r.
Vltapatliic System or Lifo
Tho extraordimirr curn wlii. h l his
tysitni Nu tUTlvd, have attracted ipuu
Dr. Acl linn will cli.ixn"o yonr dicas
without charvu or wKhuut wt-iuir you,
md lock of hair and threu i-ccut .tuuiiia
ilatiujr and iscx.
All hi. medicine are lv. n In l.mmno
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