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eAt ves. or at m at the cook.
wero , or i the moradg.
It be la the evenin
When te work o the day is done,
Aw oE have tlmeto lt i the twilight
AM woah the staking san,
AM w the ea grows quiet and holy
W thoughts of me;
While You hear the vlagse ahldren
omning along the street,
Ame. those thrngag iotteps
nay e the sound of my feet
lot your door be on the latch
la ye hores.
For It may be through the gloamlno
I will some.
It may be when the midnight
Is heavy wha the ld,
And the blok waves lying dumbly
Along the sad;
"Then the moonLes nlght draw close.
And the lights an out in the house,
When the irs burns low and red,
AnM the wato is tioking loudly
Though you leep, tired out, on your
Still your heart mst wake ad watbch
In the dark room,
Por It may be at midnight
I will ome.
It may be at the eookcarow,
When the aigh. dying slowly
Wl the siy,
Aad the sea looks ailm and holy,
Of the goMea mon.
Whlde draweth nigh; [gIn
When the miets ae on the valley, shad
Over the dll;
DehodI I y You-Watohl
Let the dea be oathe latsh
In y bhome.
In tlth llE beee the dawag,
setsa the n snd moring.
I mayo. m.
It ma be in the morning
Whena the u bright and strong,
AdM the dow b gllterlng sharply
Over the aIwn;
When the waves ma laughing lody
Wbih al ang aes workbies r e
Youa he up wI the ma,
AMd the ansighbrs sne I to talk a little
Of a thgt mut be doe; -
Dat eemsmber tat I may be the next
T5 ome in at yeur dor.,
b enD you mm aywm r.work
As yeo week yeor heart mst watoh.
Prlithe dear b o the lah
In year rm,
And t ma bea t mornng.
ai u cips r i :)Ie rr smLe
A an w a tu e m. u n
my otlwr ienet. The averr acre of
salm etemmei apinr t - eas
S w i eiasmlys Jaei a int
w Bob sendddC a e _ pahom .
hee semid m tedi, in o
wmIr Wea7se henae61dm,
omi es a'fguaLoe r o w ltailmot
seeb y e.s she pmeih
AS h Ami wiely Mh that
b.e !mi S eag d i mm ba Ia Itmod
, so..*..* i mr ,e;.4 .n- a
pe sm ea~i e bema odd da, how
do n, m agere .,
As the Ametmam a(Wmats, nuega,
mmmth~kr b red thoin w,.,
Ian wme MEe1naLd ib tomesag sIp
sheew m dr Khem
4 Sea thethroe B.. I
*knbm i· hwy
· ,aii am¶3rn a nddn'n .*
+rww u i~gdn
~u+ _~_tra~l~4 sl
learned that open ditches are an expen
sive nuisance. They must be scraped
. out once a year to be of any use to us,
and then they do not dry the ground
like tile, which seems to dran the water
from the land like a hose, or suction
pump. Those who have done the most
tile-draining my they would never have
been able to get out of debt if they had
not improved their farms by this means.
oatom seed Oi.
ProL Meyers, of the Mississippi Agri
cultural and Mechanical College, recent
ly stated to the National Cotton Planters'
Asmoction, held at Vicksburr, that it
makes very, little difference whether you
buy cotton seed oil as butter, lard, lubri
ating or or olive oil, whether you apply it
as a salve, as a pomade, or a sop-it is
oodand good everywhere. Der Pro
mou wonw't yo except its use as butter
and olive oil
eoa Tea.,.., ser.
Soeme one tersely says that now is a
good time to dean, repair and oil old
tools. Do not wait until the busy sea- I
son; when you will lookaroundand won
* der where you left that hoe hangingand I
raur in what tree, last year. Get your plow
harness In good condition. Fix every
thirg about your carts and wagons.
And now ftr earnest work!
Rabbite are often a great nuisance.
ins Ventilate the cellars on pleasant days. I
Yes, grow more small fruits this year.
S Quite a Quaker colony at Archer, Fla. i
Be sure and e good em, for hatch.
It is costly econoumy to starve the soil. a
Fiction -that March is a spring month.
Where has all thegenune buttergone. I
Trite bt true -breed from the best. t
Not too early to secure good seed corn. a
Now is a good time for outside paint- }
Have yoa secured a snppy of good fuel?
Order ismplements and fettidrs
rs eaty. t
About time fbr menebuilding and re- a
Aaall w 8w0,000,000 bushels of
'ies are 1,090,000 sheep ownesin the
Polryarevery fond of milk and but- t
termilk and they promote laying.
The new, " an q is not .with,
out deliaay, dnt it -ao rstriking · a.
Oterb 100 ds have died in Windha t I
coonty CL,t a sort of feline epioo- a
el a pa.med the bill r the s
Look o6ti sheep tade this month,
be rP rI wethersets them to breed
now. .Do not put themin aroom too
of eaf iy n sIn the stock yard at a
nd i ie.
. m sd gina , either o[o , rhs
eater bckwhat, should be fed tofowls
l bestows its largest rewards
e 41h sase to generous food and .
eM .useas comaplain that thee n
in- ma I I r o e Tiyfg apitallste away s
om that easlo.
lid. ; tl a which reaYods r oas
a likke h o n the eow.
S .Slwell A ., of Troy.Ohio, rae
a putealeofHuateia stock in one week
=I Ao athala heeeiOf. a
,i.n New_ d Yorork 6
Snpemi. eern c me hat ow yIn
ad ead 1 inelbe deep. U
n ee rath aes -show that yearing ty
stees aruo commading $m and to
yea.oIb and dry, cows P
so edb f q ply a hw adtle of el on it
the over the .,
St rThe ms ap ofa tmh ot am
slhtd hap $gaggeti glkEar. begg m
r e 4 eatr8m dell Ito tmelvae
h pues~Lbaslowee press.
i* iM.Y IcloUdh, madc O , mon
. A e f10taemecioom that ldta
plastdkep o ia e as n wo horser the
met tweaty hoped .segod ne
*Phi bm lrgely , ato d ve a
s~irt be e the iens talU
Th eseml er a thees. tha ad ofi
<tewe ss s e n ewa te r in m iek alk as0
kemt sr t an d ead
s oib as stos k eb o ae '
seedSIla, head eat S
il -ia batter raete a thane
shakeseinrw ye bmus
Pr 1 ~'- 11 T
Ud~SN~sCmeesr tm Ar
a- An experoencedpoultry grower advises
kee ain liberal suppy ofeorn wherethe
S henscan have access to it at any
o' time during cold weather.
r Colts, pigs and calves, not beingrequir
n ed for use either work or the botcher,
et should be fed but little corn, as fat in ex
ve ces is not necessary with them.
ad The sheep returns for 1888 show an in
'* crease more than sufficient to ofbet the
lose in 1882 in England, and a satisfact
ory gin in Scotland and Wles also.
An old farmer who has been quite suc
ri- cesful always adheres to the rule that
it- whenever an animal is fat then is the
, time to sell it, as it willnever be so good
S THE LIZARD OF THE ILA.
iA Reptle Wlheh i Leeked Upon With
Terrnr by ariaems Maers.
er Sat Fes or. Cleveland Leader.
The izsard family attains great perfec
tion in the Southwest, climami g in the
horrible creature called the Gila monster
is of Arizona. Thisisa big black lizard,
Id from a foot to four feet in length. He
a- has a pair of villainous, bead-like, black
n- eyes in his head, beneath a couple of
Ld horny eyebrows that give his face an
uncommonly ferocious expreselon. I
Around his neck is a broad band of
beautiful yellow, and I am convinced
that should a recently imported Irish- 1
men run afoul of one of these vermin he
would consider himielf in the presence 4
of the devil himself, wearing the colors
of the Prince of Orange.
The Arisona prospecers tell of the wild
2a eat tales about the poisonous qualities of
the Gila monsters, some even claiming
that the reptile kills itsprey by breath
. in on it. Its poison as contained in
- minute cells at the base of a number of
saw-like teeth. Though naturally a
slulgish brute, it at times exhibits the
i1. most frightful quickness, dartn like a
h. ash upon its prey, and seling the i
game between its haws, which it shuts
e. and keeps closed with the strength and
tenacity ofa snapping-turtle.
Meanwhile the poison slowly exudes
n. and penetrates the wounds made by the
teeth, and if the victim be an imal of
I lemaer ee than a man faintne and
death will speedily ensue. The poison
It differs from that of every known venom
ous snake in being a alkali, while that
of serpents is add. It ast directly on
the heart and brain without local effect
e- of a serious nature.
lew aetd.. One's Wesgt. e
e A woman weighing 200 pounds called
on a physicia for advice. He gave her
the following instructions
1. For beakfast eat a piece of beef or
, mton as large as our hand. witha
Sslice of white bread twte as large. For I
diner the same amount o .meat, or, if I
h psarsed.sh or poualty, with the same
)- amount of fMlnceous or regetable food '
n the form of bread or potato. For
S2. Drink only when greatly annoyed
with thirt; then a mouthful oflemonade
8. Take three times a week some form
of bath in which there shall be immense a
o piration. The Turkish bath is best.
Yon mt work, either in walking or C
some other way, several hours a day. t
a 4. You m rse early in the morning
t and retr late at night. Much sleep t- 1
& ''terrble corset you have , I
which compresses the eba olthe body t
msnsyulook a great deal ftter than
you rea y , mst be taken of and
Syou must have a coset which any dress
Smaker can At to you-- coret lr the 1
lowert of the abdomen-which will
ra i great masa ad support it.
SShe followed theadvice or six monthas,
V and trained herself down to 152 pounds. b
. AL aNSBT9
with the Mexican government to dlnt
two mlion trs in the aney o exi
ao within the next far years. d
dThe Heald says Alot of hairsad
bread rebIa aFearthctJuly pian h
te* r ightning isbelnpb
ldhed in thep5'ovial pa u m sapa p
- trait of Tennyson.
A vretmn British deer stalker, Mr.
Horatio ame, Lmt year, at the aga of 88,
r yearswentout at three lntheaornir n
Sad brought down eighty three birds at
eighty three shots. He has spent seven
ty seasao on the more.
Jor Euaha ·roventhe(4
- hud, taprode thre
hindred or moe eOmnus pertrse adnd
it is ated that seen the whole coast
lia at COl atfy wllbec vamrt
Amou the ,lasblemementon etog
Meore,. 9. W. (labd. has the semsi
.U eamU and decorated withr a
Imr tanee ba Mi and Mere. w C
Ha I'in, t t Old seom. ae.
ilD. wentano a Jstheo th editr oae
She has, less ( eldn O Maeca)tow
ts thepadi sagare towhaenman be p
boom to hea hignhayag ah hadp M O
ad c . oe asy tomend
bto mesmtl e ioh t hrsot.
mar as t ah ae one.
"wnh," 3sad .eesby ao s a.
the M atnati.' "
ame , is hearo seetlhkeae . Me
daythie aswintoaprm d test
sad taJ meaG orgka , and b aoolp h
iole bet nta a seate i ctag bc .
at Them owersJpg tsp o, M., p
rardssu aread. Mrs Edwards aed nat
even seem the he ha M gld itse
bpY4 UIh and 1 tll ndswthe e
c~r m·h- aL
Irises SCIRNTIFIC NOT88.
t any -
Manganese is the most effective deesi
r cating agent for "accelerating the oxyda
e, tion" of drying oils in paint. That is to
say, it makes paint dry quickly.
n in- Chlorophyl in a pure state is obtained
at the by Herr. A. Techurch by the action of
s/ct- zinc-dust on chlorophylan. Its spee
trum is the same as that given by living
e su- leaves.
rthat The sum of $200,000 is granted annu
Sthe ally by the French government in aid of
astronomical and meteorological re
searches. The total amount devoted to
the Ministry of Public Instruction this
year is thirty million dollars.
waih The Sanitary Engineer is of opinion
that there is no method of removing
snow from city streets that is worth talk
fec- ing about except by cartlang it away bod
ily The authorities of our cities would
o th well to make a note of his opinion.
iard, A spectroscopi study of the Pons
Brooks comet has been made with the
black reflector of 0.50 metres at the Observa
torp of Algiers by M. Ch. Trepid. The
f results show that in its visible parts the
Cean spectrum of the comet is identical with
san. t6at ofs flame of alcohoL
d of. Wolgemuth, the conductor of the Aus
inced trian polar expedition, has told some of
[rlab- the results of his work at a late meeting
n he oftheViennaGeographical Society. He
sence observed 124 auroras, about ten of which
olors were crown-shaped. Among the old
lava streams and in the crevices of the
old craters of the island of Jan Maven
wild- he discovered traces of volcanic actiity,
es of and three times observed well-marked
I in PBISONAL.
Ly a -
ke a (Congresman Cox is getta gray. He
the is 59 yearn old.
Representative Hewitt, of New York,
is unable to sleep more than one night
:de in three.
the Lord Dufferin's picture is almost as
1i of common in Canada as that of George
and Washington in this country.
)eon Miss Kate Greenaway is to have a
house built after her own design on a
on piecof land she has bought at Hamp
Dr. Cullimore, of the Northwest Lon
don Hospital, has written a public letter
strongly condemning the practice of
children's parties in winter.
ailed Dr. Cloeston, of Edinburgh, has re
enr an advised all students to abstain
com y trom al alcohic etimulants
during the four years of college life.
f or When Fits-John Porter was at Exeter
ith a Academy, he was a good cholar, and
For the best rower, swlmner, wrestler, and
r, if general athlete in the school.
Hse The works of the youngest son of the
food artist David Neal are plyed by Stras'
orchestra in Munich. The boy is but
afteena years old, and flal of promise.
Mr. John DuboLs, of Clearueld county,
ed Pennsylvania, is worth fourteen million
ude dolari, made in hislumber mills, where
he now emplogs six hundred men.
form Mr. . T. Aubmt , of New York, has
er scent sixty thoand dollars in estab
f ishhing schools In that city where boys
can learn the rudiments of var:ous
Ming Mrs. James Babwn Potter, of New
ft- York, has been reciting for the benefit
of the nesby 8he often goes to the
, Home of the Blind ad reads to the pa
Geor Washington was born on the
1th of February, 1731. In 17fl the
SGr alendar, or "new style," as
the it called, according to which we were
will obliged to ump forward eleven davs,
was do : and so we celebrate Wash
tLas, i y on the 22d in place of
n *s. the 11th of February.
Canada manaufetauas wish to adopt
the Aiaperlan patent laws.
lat The Tan s-eamer r ase Waau.
e.- The spec arspodent of the In
di (Ind.) Jurnal, embodied in a
ad ct oommuoiatien the following
pi faom Hom. Daniel W. Voorhes: I coa
a ader 8t. Jacobs Oil a splendid runed.
poe I soAred fhaimsa aflection of thea
ad kidWs rith ome rheumjtism-in
M. it was rbheumatism of the beck. I
e e L Jacoes O. and found it very
eficaldei. It gave me insantaneious I
relie and Anally cumed ame completely.
Ta- moe re an ae will produce the lakr
ger the prot, and better yoa cultivate
al mas acre the more it will proeduce.
Pluto_'s Cum Oonsumpm is net only
pesaid oltak but - i esoeore.
s Th best hand to hold in athe am of
life iPe thatof your blut girl.-Waterloo
asil An laaeh an a. mses.. An ardt olellse D'
ae n 3i, hai ar bende dand
Oft- e,5, r reaso S as b ase hm wI reD i
o lrn-h ( *d a t a i ed eii o (iss Stes.)
SJultan Hawthore is l weki i
MAlmst evr arrived at New
r For aa diaslsses, and sick head
1 oe. Ir Sa LIver
no equal ior r a
-. -I" inplem eats, __li.rsm , stc.
weat abrai nm so h m me at
Pt flm the aekuswvugvag gy,
in ( riiu.ut~
If these ever was a spedfic fbor any one
eomplaint then Carter's Littl- Liver Pills
re a specifie for Sick Headache, and
every woman should know this. They
are not only a positive cure, but a saro
preventive if taken when the appreach
islt. Carter'sLittle Liver Pl st di
reetly mon the liver and bile, nd in this
way remove the cams edise with
asMt making you ick by a
Southern Manitoba farmers are unable
to sell their grain and talk rebellion.
P Iis. w PI zbMas d Lt e
Syears' ad . No ear m ed aubr fv
aautes after Willam's Indian Pile
Olatmeat. It abserbsa maes, allay Itech
g, acts as po c lves I ates rolief.
¶,_ndate . Maned felod .
S. T. C& w, Agents, St. Lout, Mo.
The prohibitory pork regulations of
France and Germany do not apply to
Is your hair failing out or your scalp disea
ed? Carboline, a deodorized extrat of petro.
leum, as now Improved and perfected. Is Just
the article you need. Buy a bottle, and you
will value t as the choicest of all toilet prepa
The Threat. "rowa'r BroacIdi ocAes" act
directly on the organs of the voles. They have
an extraordinary effect In all dorders of the
ROAD Tms.-The Army and Navy Liniment
will positively take the soreness out of Spavln.
R Splin t or Curband stops their
8 MEs *weanw Health 3maewer" rers.
S 1es ares Dppelm, Impoteep. «.
Pero Cd-Lver Oi made frama soaeeted nlis.
York. It sabsolutely er and steet. Past
who have esm lake It weer t to aD aches
Pys asmhave deriedt mpedert to any of the
Skinra T or
"Rogh N 'Ieskt Ache." Ask for it. Isat
rite(, juiek cur.. lie. Druggist.
DR. JAQLU GERMAN WORN CAKE8 never
foil to destroy worms and remove them from the
RH 1UMATISM, NKURAIGIA SPRAINS and I
iS are permanently rel svo d by Uncle t
a's Nerve and Bnen Iiaimeut SIdi by all
ea Bowse , bing m and d ing but
pblaS Thei is the beo ael ever made hr leath
er. Sold by all hernas kash.
the medibas ier mothers to have in t house
r' thee rneh . It will m tcure cou s.aollmre
wit t alleplassd with l harm
WHEN HOsm AND CATTILE are qprltlem,
cmI Ind (mld Iebex aeed t witn
bldD tove the appelrt cure sa whand
keep the animal in a healthy., haadme omdi
8WOP FTAT TERRIBLE OOUGL-eery mes
tan -scae son Work l ray mb the sir
pasge sad then to the lag, i nut checked by
me sach vaeubleough remedy as NILEI YS i
A O TAR ANDWFOR PAIN.C
Sa r all dise the thrat a
edicine In mea Ask your DuapeIt hbr it
RIllEU! ATISd ,
_ Seiatics, Lmbsigo, a
EHMADilD, Y T00 :
n 6 Idnea , noW
tneme ess a nor
• t gof a
__o ,m e g ii i ]
. ....tt ter's
. t-,udm aN enar - 4 e ef the
II IllIII.I I I
eUmems~ em has easeba
"neMher·swa's Wei ··r ,ai.silWy eerlaem I.
restlessess, worms, oeotiMsion. iedtel. Nc.
when applied by the
LSer InIto the DmO.
e t IAeys
S the aesalý ip g
sres and restores
tssteadsamell: At w
A thnrough reattýeent
w uel r to use. bend
r renlar. Pricote t
cents by mail or at Pr
drunast. ly Brothers. Owege. N. V.
OmCav Nmeedad .liamtpati.N, is -.
Pme ,i ad sl eues Csplas4
IL DRUGGISTS. PRICE S CEITS A O.
. IPE E'r, Aomen.
31 Pearl Streat N.Y.
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DR.I N ar m TONIC a safe and speedy
ear. it ivees a clear and heatlth cemplexe
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saw ther Adveetlsesttu t&b Pahetr.
Vinea l ar ft, Cattlhae e
I#8MfO FARMERS AN STOCIMEM
lauia tLhein to gve Unele Sam's Coditie Pow.
stok to aý oo,, u say to all; be
It pa sis oo blood, asis digl.stlo, t imlata s the
=.,. hadis..to helt rerloa, and thus pru
groth. and gives a smooth, hoiy coat of hair
NILCE CODl are much henaeied by the acs.
seral m of Uncle lam's Condition Powder Ia step or
MOB Attea faster when it givenm thre er four
days In samesio every month or two.
FdRRP.-AS diseases common to sheep, such as
esaugh ia, wols, sa, etc., are rAieved by this powder.
W We esseues mas aecWA deree eissei usei..
belseuns orlte is be sere s'sd on i aob bsUe
Amm's ENmdIU em oeier, sad .oee ' aohor
orers ailib s.o a
PMIPAREO ONLY BY THE
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Eleren Years Praetlol Uso in the Field.
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IO he the lead with the I e'krs and the mrarmer,
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is he bdr (hCIe Ro., r m-de.
Tim miret s se rt'a lb. mOcrAte4u /nswore
SGL,J_ WEAR -A A'D .TL4A v o&v-TT
*NIS. and friction Cu the pulleys, and makings
wire that tow at cras the machans oeats-sr new
rei wares that d cross.
Mi , RIinS. lU ., Eaelase Mmel.ctreers. DECATUR. ILLS.
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.,U~ ew o andtUr-e
Easy to tse. A certalin ure. N'.t xpz·niive.. Three
Smonthl' treal'il nit ili ,l'e package. 4a1, l nfr ('old
in the Head, ieaIache, Dizz,;-n s. flay Fever, &c.
Flftycena. r y all lirlui. ,r by mall.
1E. T IlAI.''rIf F:. Warrn, Pa
$2500. REWARD I
We will pay the aboe reward for any ease of Rheums.
tism orl lmrlgia we annotcure. It will relIeve any
oeaof Dtphtheriaor Croup instantly. Army and Navy
Liniment will relieve pin and soreness aril remove any
unaatural growthb of one or maule on man or ben.
Priceaper botl large, 0.ill ,mall Me. Will refund the
mone foray ,ilure. ABMBY AND NAVY LIN.
ElNir (O .l Watihah Ave.. Chcaqgo. Richardon &
Co., WholIi ruggi. St. Louie. Me.. Western Agie.
11t-Ald~ , Telcgrlphy A Book-keeping
Staught at Bryant & Stratton's College, St.
Lonls. (raduates meseted to pooition. Send tor etrcular.
OANC8 ! 8CROPULA dLTRWLU ERY
aaU SIPELA, IREUIA TISY. and Adl
Blood diseases, cured by Loose's Ext. Ced Cl
Ver. Send for eioular. Tesalmonals. J. M.
LOO1 A COD., Monroe, Mich.
Iaf ni ay requled eao tafe mntresnt. and then olp nal
bet loans re flie Lor re foar cs.rut rs. a oe
V. 5ebL Maaesmlu.I W. i . I Me 0I~tId
Srsemedy ur toe bo l e da
me t uasdas oo &:ie if r t k letd d o
la have beern encrd. l deed.eno trua Ien l.jlWll
fIEa DSat. I wIlot asc r TWO POWrT E
wotrltr wIth aVALrAL3 TIIwATI8s e thIs mlaaeat n
iraeatre Olrd Re prmre andY. O. e adree.
DR. T. A. OIACUM. uII ?WIuCSt.N.JTak.
AlM eelove for ritle nd blasting use, Mpower
more sntisiaetory than dypamite and MI and al aafe
ls ti old standard powers, as It an eplodted onaly
by tri. Can be ahlpped In two parts, (neither ol which
can I. epo-.tli ioy a red hot iron). at merchandaieo rate
and mixed at the placeofue in Istrength desired for ape
rie pirlone. A seaing of IW per ceit to ueran ol powder.
A little stock of the Company still for naie on ternms La
orabcl to iuvmtors, iend orders, or for circulars, to
a mI ntmlwu ge o ever Invented. Will
alnt i -tr olfoehmLa with gof and Tee ecplets
in O Llmnutia. It wiln alob knit a great variety ottlnc
work I..r which thebre I always a trade market. Bend
:nr circular alld Irm to She TheIbII KnIttiu
WaletIke Co.. 16 Tremoat Street. Biea. MBas.
64tatmn; $760 far o , -.tlow
F 170. 1.00. 11.00 a .
lo e to tnakr pookey praittahle. Blti·o
an 1tlh o)il II , he ' thl ea 5 o lo
l buic l-eap puy ionse. -Ot
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