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Job. IY. Seott,
m' Df President
rtle-gbu.cv. ybf St.
will soon be
with his per
* seeed battle of
-*Ye heard of
in the middle of
neel t b ardht of
S i; ;r;
-.)UndmI In t~ d"ke ( mey
or beantiful imon had not been
ilei t. that whidering terr. hi
Mausi doubhtless looked sOh ehel t
sand the shootLg stars, but Ti
i~ty dn peiron s E~lwrtLd to p
have Seem the irormwe, andllt few. a
the latter wireebuevsd. .The ti
ulouda spoieaU.. i,
rJow . att we are safe,. let do th
'iibeatremserýcis say? They prapb- be
a ctled dila`t smahiunsg terrihi es
hltat to happen, ut it did'at be
ultthlwy'u tl5t this comet isuow st
rviing .away tkr us. It munat ti
Shee enooa blagging to it- a
mse howI.,~twnesUd seed s tb'yis d
t the s~ed of one tl
fg taken the
;he the durchardoft
and that the Hon
defeated Harrison. 2
tt* perhaps an exnagge
nt the matter, it cannot
h, that it hurt the President.
Sto the a t wages had not
bt. n increased, but on the con
he trary reduced, and it more or less|
iq4 antagonized union workingmon,
ak, end lost the Repubbean many
a.. votes In the towns.
at, The htrike had other important
Sefects. It was a very expensive
one to the State of Penn.vlvasnia
of and the county of Alleghany, as
'ie it compelled the calling out of ai
oft large dulitia force to preserve the
of peace. It proved that the Pink
of erton system of meeting and at
of tempting to supprelm strikes with
armed "detectives" was. a bad
one im every way; and it sounded
,,: the death knell of Pinkertouism
nd ,n this country.
hat How thoroughly opposed this
11 system is to American institutions
ad was never better illustrated than
at Homestead, and it called down
such vigorous denunciations from
d- all portions of the country and
t from tis er.ke of anil jarties, that
1 Ie il wnllprobably never again hear
mey of armies of tlsese iaiissarnes being
the semt into a State to overcome and
t kill the people. And the linme
stead strike showed, at the enme
d time, the necessity for Qeach State
,- possessing an emcientlnihtin forea
o t only for protection, from for
Seign ivason, but foq the preser.
iration of peace at home.
(kov. Psttieon's motion Ino dae
iga the militlte to Homestead, at
oeee mippressed what threatened
Sto become a great rebellion and
e stred order. It proved the
aeeesmlty of a good milith foree,
mudtlhe wisdom of alling it out
d mu early da. Gov. Flower
4doiped this oofre,, both it Buf-.
Ta ste and Fire Island, with great
summese Ctd Gov. Foter here at
New Orisem found the militia of
It wa be s,m, therefore, that
u Mln e strine hlad its ef
a, uot es* in Peausylvamin,
trbmhab thes Usmn, and
ehk these were gsnely ased
ta -lseseetione f a
.l by !
St4oer or on
r aslly at Wtaea cute
s lith of ar °
amen a dtrong com
2 this kind to h hiLh intruding
I general. The . .
I buring saga em V4
r struek through' .a estees
t they had no cause --te
- aIs were threaten 'oon as ri
g dactile of wages. .arm th ,,
Sthy" atake a lo tono
r, eI tablishmuats o
allowsd the run of
d tea" days orw twd
weaning dry feeding
meal, hopped oats fr
is kind shbild be corn
;a -easonaall full ration.
thei should have good
tloa trith the dry
,. done, separate
be dl aof
beseto lota days
Sthiree tiies weven more
sato sahut it 'With
with the e o8tit the
we, the better pan I tb'osteo
esant feed for two derse
i.wil adid materially i drying
ilik Wyit wes . .iaret it
hopt to eaxamine he aaddg
ilk out if necessary; some
to allowing the okrpring to
are takes awng to
with the orpb to
to pthem giv 2I s
eti ry. :
pays t o e the young stock ee
. c. at hls "time ia ocder" to
S a steady growth. The change
uald ads that tlt ill be felt
x_ a ismajory of
diltl-b, to wean mreiows
,whileth eIs plenty of Mr' a.
young stock rs feel the sage
w hen they tdepen lae
feed.-N' . Shepherd, in
ield ad .
FACTS FOR F RS.
Is you have a sdallap Lhine
It to spray the hen ho ker
r birds are ded4 ed e
killed it. nest and on te
by family eats than from say
o liLT r`esa " s a
lot plied to the trunks rt
). shiutoftf tb work of boers
sow that when bores
isitvh.d into heap: and sub
a to -4 , n of the elements it
iy y six mopths
S In the.,ro, f a barn
ii y allow-water to come
Int bt it will8brfcloenut to
e the ba or stable to be continu
;a may nio be known that when a
as pee ie filthy P. makes an ex
f br g place for fleas, but
he s fasct A clean pig pea
ik. to all classes "'do
lockouts', h ';..
etockoutll , whi is the most i-,np,
Sequally. The men during the growing
Homestead, ak fodder cutter is the main
ad hlter. The farmer who will
ledt there igh for his stock will effect a
le if the matter A
dicussed an.$r thrown over a cow about
without an edto keep o flegi, is said to
h itout wonderful improvement by
and shotgitneeping her tail still. Washing
San infusion of tansy is said
ws insecticides, and per
Ausncr.- At Iis tbensive, however, is
m Franeisville, La. on uao gallon of kero
aid ember tat.; 1895, at ho -hsal P5a1(ds
at e. r., Joux Dawsox AMssrawTowderj t is
Philadelphia. Penn., aged a51 apsara-·
ear 6 months and 4 days
aog at. Louis papers will please there they
lVla At Alrs -T d par
ne- N r ad their finest
nie ng gathere while yet
at, awayintfe house for a
is a valuable crop, al
or- much of it being .l
II the flelds An acere
i ti ontalins twice as mus
they Mbe ilater asOq acre of blover
l ee- r *,sld i1 w1. give excellet
at wo kept in a bright and elsea
sad Kin eggs of the ox-pot are attacbed
ahd aeimm, -perstelarl to the fanks
e ia legs ar tkhe beela The3
taken Into thse stomach by the
, Reese they lic5 e selvess and
at 8sra, are pey liptuo Isr' or
wtLeb slrwah n ielves to the
e5 Claos.t. of tbe-tomscL
I Digg.I P. ULT*W OamOKt.
of '","f * ,,*,.,
,l P.. a.ese P..,
ef- T. e paol s-t Pj4 feet
blu s& M tlk Idah is s
lsar rr( 'cý+rs' iLa.f s 4
a teede •
.D foq Il rgl r.-lped r
Wi (Te the sne of her be,
so welthow Iisd en owi
I .jiu n s deariirtdon't ,phrAak
were, and how easy you made is
for sst' afterall.- .yp.-KIs
u is my name, isn't it?"
'"'Yes, my boy. Wh * .
°t *E w Johnfne Per s to-day' s
a e . ta de . o ue" - = i f e
Se the sdn'tneof hcr been
U"Ha 1 wae pretti close ll
SI my name n't it?"
e Larin (to his wfe)--Did you heaof
rYDe nomy- hat hasoy.
a '.Havl-Ie has fallea pety to, o,00. .
.. t Why H. Growled.
Mrs. Hicks - You blow about my
Sdrtesmaker, but I never sa word
Sabout your tilorl. " .
A x.ipke-Geod heavens,, madam, you
Sdn't seen to realize that dressmakers
have to be paid.-N. Y. Hera-ld.
e . IWhat Shed Objeeted To.
Wife-You are altogether too nice
e about everything.
. Huslband-I thought 3 ou liked fastid
Wife--I do it's the fusstidous ttyind
object to.-Detroit Free Press.
Wealet Do Safe, You Know.
"I suppo(t when you marry the dauke
you will goat once to his home in Eng
land with Bhim?"
"Dear me, not I wouldn't trust myself
t over t with an man I know s
a r icks-abou t"-Limfe.
I lw Thee (lrl Love One Another.
Now,, rhe. -t1, ,.. a .'-,- - b
sinrg, I never say: "Oh, I cant!" but I
s always sit right down at the piano
"i*Mamle-And let the audience find it
it out fyor themselves? Yes?-Truth.
n *,.-"oHard on the Poor day.
S 'teP -i drank some champagne, you
know, and after awhile it went to my
She-YoThat was the only empty place
a left bo suppose.-Jrythinry.
I Ate a jealous man" she sai duked:
And whill h leart onced to trea ho. in tead,
e er tolled with indulgent air.
S Der me, no! arry Romaine, t yck
Pu line half swake)-L. g Ligel
Wake up! Yo's snorin' loudi nough tc
wake de neighbors, so yo' ist-'Truth.
SBetter Apptte Loe Os.a anothr.
unt F ,ntkn-I feel quite rovokedto
awyo think thtr you and your mother
were an towie--And let ther day and went to
Srtaura instead of coming to our.
house todinner. Why dehampadn'teyou ome
hittle Nephew-ad.e was hungry
tS-hat ayou sed t he o nly empty placen
Old ISwgwell-us that the troubleld
Then Ih1 spenld less time hrefter ind
-atrng.---an a TriPune.
wlne halt ke )-il lged.
IWakettp DYoe-I ·sariw Un'lo Toby ht
wake de nDghbors, so yo' h -Trth.
I ettle appt- te haid: "Ame ."--Go
4 cultnestn-l ieel qit ppr roetr. oked
to think that you anti your mother
re In to th r lether day and went to
a restar ba~h, instead o coming to or
SBoalter lu --e. ton e
t a you smp tom inda, i r"
a tspend too mbedch time itn eating
" ~-~ k~wrl L~i4
1 it Umanan u i ols, 1
S ýecnd tler ,*,n:far t'5'mn t d
tI had i _las
Saond fldoe I for' dr
She-l don't think so. When I he" a
hlut this as h Come ou wer
tear whiler, Trut
Mrs Neeton-Wo is the little sa
Mrs iterly-It is Mrs. Honeydew.
She .aa t never recovere w ea tshool
of her husbanda death two -ears ago
Ms Nettleton oot darli I know
how to sympathise. I was a widow
mwayself for three months.-Chicgo te
" Tin Peddler (who has met with sa
aceident)-Whma will I do new? Effery
a whqel off my wagon i~ broke. .
d rLimmier lJbarder : (eonaolagly)
h Tave the tins in the wagon Just as i
is and perhaps you can sell it to -y e of
the boarding house keepers for a pino.
N. Y. Weekly.
how toymp Chill Atm was a widows.
"Wmy e might as well consider our -nter
a "I don't see why Your father saier
' IPostponed until you arrived at years
of discretion. And in your ase, t to qeg og
thdear you know what that mepiano."
WhAT W ARM COMING To.
- . ,
Jt may yet be-necessary to deliver
coal under polmighte protectlonde.-Chr our icago
Deylng by Wnolene.
cheaper if I tke a quantity?" skedld."
Mrs. Chestnut of the stamp clerk at the
Philadelphia post ofiostponedce."
"IPostp can let you have a dozen for a
quarter," replied the clerk..
"Very well. I'll take them."---Jury.
As Umlailiag Test. ,
Foreign Visitor-wIs that college a
really fine educational institution?
American (proudly)-Is it? I should
say it was. They've got the most idi
otic college be heard in the
whole country, sir-yes, ctsir.- . Y.
't I get Abost Giants.
Mr. De Talk.
Gurs. Chest-I don't know much about
gilantdelphia my boy. ie.
"Little Dick-That's queer. Papa said
he heard yoter" repliedn' isome tal storieth clerk..
ary d r I' taken sed.
Poet (timidly)-Do you pay anything
Editor (enouragingly) - Oh, yes,
when we tine it.
Pore (gn Vidently)-Do you use any?
Editor (calmly)-No.-Texas tings
twis from each other until they fell in
love with the same girl."
"And then?ge yell to be hed n the
"Oh, Ahen there was a serious differ
cwhole between them."-Jury.
A Popular oung ants.
Nellie-Mr. Hamphat, the million
e's son. Is en't ngaged to n.
Ada-That's nothing. He is engaged
to Jennie Smith and me, too.-Chicage
ews Reord. New
Not to care for tbe wili of tbe father
Is the way with wild chlidren. 'tie said;
And yet tIeres oens tur they would ratats
um"der wWl-whes he's dead.
WatPtnUg for tihe Test.
"Did he give you adiamomd ring when
you aeepted him?"
t* don't know whether he did or not
I show it to lth Jeweler."-Trth.
Kraby Stone-Do you write whe tels
A &IJrIIo when my
Ced O- VfIs d4t. .[
ehartltelated byer s
wte w ol . . ..i Im.l o e ' " ' lei
oae b bees seat .t Ialy :to b
dons r asrbe. A ie b s
4 the Ini h wrl ' gs befesp
Tas grreatest nber of me,,, e,.,ll
tfrom the thirteen states of Ame
during the revotienary war wes r,
t la i 7 h rato t
ehaatrnrahed he on
Mae.Cu RAPrt4 the el
too, h-as beewas s,8 m
the furntwo pe ath Bethlehe, P, w
torti keeps in the pek a
They bare, enormous horu, 4
onsoonidered rem convertrkab e beau
plTa for nument to As dles e I . It.
the be then h nearles doplte t a
t of one sy other a d ay fee
SLnter[o rpplld in~ pS a eolss:
r statue oI the eapof the glories
soldier's ife, the uthoritt s ol
this way to induce many
- Tia greatest nunmber of men enlisted
frt o the thirteen tates of America
Sduring the revoluti taryo twa rhe was -
1 761. in 1776. The aggregate of troope
furnihed the ounion a csy e In the wa.of
l f 150145 was 9.890,379.
0 Tuus Is en eIghty-fos,.ton Ingot In
the fuostrnace at Bethleh s, Pa.. which
neill eoon besn conerted a int o physar
plate for the battle ship 't dfinaa it
stamina, be the heaviest plate et overoe n
by this or any otmprehercontry.
SEngl thd cheap tob have o IaPOW
w. often wrapped n pemocrat e on
oh graphic illustratlons of the glories a
Peopl odierlifeok the authorities hop
ow this way to Induce many ambi
w nitly be and cocney er to join the
Swith nien eEr e ow ress.
malatil aelment, whi ic heriache, b. lous
Hess, nervousnesa and a lack of physical
staminua, reamong the aeenta oeromem.
I by thirlacomr doesonve reoedy.
o.i Tnx leson that rch sen have so . mmy
frenrrhds i becaue they e capital fellows
-rch Cuter Denmocrit
1s Olden Tims
. J. eople overlookd theo.portce oleo, er
Smsnentl beue motl my pndeae tof mlad.
"id led with transient. acYoe butsuow that it
Is generally in kTmewn thes Nineyrup of Figs wll
o peney o Horehond habd itarl oontption,
well-informed people will not buyo ether
A1 laxatives, which act foraf ime, but Salyl
Injure the system.
caterrh that cannot he crred wlth all'
CaI rrb Core. Taken internally.
P. J. .oaa . & Co, ropra, toledo, 0.
LAOIO]/O-g.-- "okl "es.;
*WUAT I value moat Is my peace of mitd."
"That. strange tarn You've such a small
A Doss in Time Saves Nine of Hale's
Honey of Horehiound sad Tar for Cougha.
Pike's Toothache Drop, Cure In one minute.
l1 ii, ei ask a satu 4ve how he `comes Q".'.
Ask hIm how he 1 1i ang oý£ i=alk
Ltcnixo Paorosa- "Cook i" "Yes."
"Plaot"" "5.4' Hine "-Flegende Blat
law Toax. Nov.t. 1802.
CFLOUR -Winter 0·....... tooS ( 48p
WHEAT--No. .I R .. . 7'0 71a
CORN--o. . ......... . 1%,
OAkTS-Weitern I. ........: ab 86's
PORK--New Me..:. ....... 14 2 0 14 73
rBEEVES-ChoIoe Seer....40 0 10
Medium'....... .. 80 4 0
HOGS-Falr to Seilct.......... s 5
SHEEP-FairtoClloico.... .. 7 4 75
PLOUR-Patents ........... 40 80
Fancy tao Extra Do., 60 8
WHEAT-No.o 2 Red Winter... .. s
CORN-No. 2 ilxed ........... 40. 40'
OATS-No.!2 ...... . 0 81
RYE-No. ....... ........... 47$ 4
TOBACCO-Lugs ............ 1 10 510
LartBurley . 4... 4 10
HAY--Clear Timotbhy. 90 '011 10
BUTTER-Choice Dsiry....... OS
ROGS-Freash ................... 1
PORK-Standad Me(n.3w) 8 6 4 14 00
LARD-Primer Steam......... 0 0
; OOL-Choke Tub........... 88 .
CATTLE--bhppong ........... 57 ,"
HOGS-Fair t.to Choice......... 9
SHIEEP-Flir to ChboOe........ 3 s a1 615
FLOUR-WLnte-Patente...... ) 8 59
Suprlng Patents....... 875 410
WHEAT--No. S prin..... 72
COR1N--o. ............ 0
OATS--No. s " • rt
PORK-M.es (h ow)...... is9
P~aP-sr iC;~j0 1000
CATTLE-Shipping Steers.... 3 310 4 3
HOGS0-All Grad. .............4.e 57
WHEAT-No. 3 Red........... g'
OATS-No. 2 ................... 8 " 's
CORN-No.! .t. Us Ri
FLOUR--High Grade...... 40 O80
COtN-No •..... . .
OATS--Weeter ................... h
IAY-Chboie................... 15 00 100
POR--New Mes ............. e. 5
BACON-Sides ....... .. '
tGOTTON-Middlnil......g.... U4 s
WHAT-No. SRed..... .... 71
"OHN-No s Mied........... e44 .
OATS-No. MIxed ............ ..
PORK--New Mss ............ 5....
BA(:ON--Clear Rib............... 4
COT'lON-Mlddling .......... .... 9
SUNSHINYdo Z r~rbw
down by wmarn's toubIu
hw L Dr. PIwc.' Jhv.
F7 I. rpio Ib
/ ~ ams Pumedpma. r b
cats demdmenmua, and
M 0 s *~ at.
040 a cmed. It do%
is sm asLT·o
/ vum-d-~~·rbowa *S hm
NaNý aaro i
o t $ "sU m - ad ab.
y amsil aue missbmi si
SDisease- and. coo
Eight doctora a
but did me no go'
speak aloud. Everyth
into the Stomrch
could not sleep. L
. kinds of medicines.
a neighbor I got one-of
I procured a bottle ofG
ust Flower and took it. I
stt, hearty and
ae t of health.
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