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voyage would lut forever. Ha had A Foetie Wldew, , HOWE A5TJ T AKJsV Fvmiisi-tuawimjir T la only fact an people at la ahonld know GET,THE5ESX! MMMB tdltk WUMla had nut IMC P . i j ! o i . 1 ... nwr ecri -triilm ihiIaso yejsi Broah wltB "Wtmmf emctmrntnt, eacB alfht, E apecs of Tartar will yield Utt power, ? . ', R amove tnitastly all anbaumcM aonr; 3 . -SSaX-nAk VoarMlrill si itrtit iTtHof tie KeTe4Mtt B.H. TOCE TABU-Ia ggaot Jam. 1, 1883 fTTz . tv. wTlr' 1 I worldly. Hd incidentally became It seemed to Dr. Harrisse? about thia :.v .v. nru i.nri..u tlvetbfceeu work op close "Id tie talks. JT. T. Herald. n eauy roa n ana it a tjm. tDaT. 1 rf Jnhm nlwam trklnfma I . . . .,... n. IT iwlheth. -Gitt. . -Almond cultures quite STAf Terr Rreat treasure, I a?BiW VlfiU.'WV T ea-U prora by iu aae -vj it lelaare. !PXvV lot iii4$KIai Na. S f 4 li&fcb . A taseo in Raelf auburna, i naannii r-. Xl tales -I take ros a aiai dot, - I To lauMM.t bettor Jor. I f 8USaCi75Si- - And "note bright hour only- " nerVfi'no pinni eeurta'8 broad eh AHJio(rtJ w nay no kr tt; arrow U opprntint. Ti'nitiaiiiK lii ini iiiw i mi tirtns; Th weary sort s Hnwlnf. j; WaMd th toroas momenta 1 Ana Tifti ror( wtr tanari . We tmk V rap of Ufa, aad tut KoponaoabattkaMttar. j ' Bowa aaoala aao om aaartt ia Its awaataa drova tka atroaaraaa. AM piaaaant aoaua aaoana Xo linear wtta as onaaa. I , n darkaat (hadows of the Arsjoat bafora tM BortUnf Ikaiitiaiitttkaalittitt pr4 All hndinv nhutoM asarnlnA ' All TAantoma aoamlnak ' And wtuia n n paastear oa Ua Uda Of Tlraa'i fact aboinar rtrar, f - Lafa af a pluck Aadbaaaa aria que " bill taa sxaoaooa Cflrar. I'lSbacTpaf IUCZLES LOTS IFF. Dr. Hsrrisse. like most fond of a pretty face, and eantrht a rlimpM of Ladle wind blew her tsO aside on ward trip of the Malta, he was her cousin, or the stout si eeon who dared offer his arm a promenade. There was somdthis't al most familiar in the face, tooJ t W t$fe had he met herr at what German or - reoepUonf in the salons of thtebestso- ciciy, or in we warns ox a stosfair Or was it only a trick of fosaHnauenP Had he waltaed wita ner at soi side hop, or taken her out at stniSB dinner or weaauur DreakiaMr Harrissewas a bold man inthiswat; the few days on the Malta like lead on his hands, there a handful of cabin passe: many .of those without their Be was a man quick to think. wnat lorgeoui. . his eyes metuAumtrs; -ir.0kss3iWcTwmenMQim aiUvmiaatedjher '4tx-HMMd bond deafly, pand aad- Tanoed towara ner. i am aapj-y to . meet you again." he said, unbi ishiL-ly. MlrsDTQa find it as dull o a 9tfi M A UUC " II "if you are at your wits jenfflor amusement, as I anw Tm sprrr for ka-V5APor funt-has tnver Ueadiraxn her pillow." i -5a Who in the deuce do I knew fwith the appendaeMf anauntr' iiaJTsaaal mentallT -eonsideEed. "Howerer, it domxt&igiti&cit&n. is only Amusing, and the aunt is not an ogre," ( i fcts The ship's surzeon. Dr. Johbs, Men- suited hia watch. " I shall bej oMgad to deliTer yoa vthe tender meroka-of Dr. HanaMt Undsy." us Wd, as he hurried away. i " Ton see I am lame still," bhesaid. as if be were groping In the dalle Cllsd "TO. rJen.wma J i -Uie tpe hwtve irjshed ..iie p1 kor her for 4rr'kOativhiioMiad aaa4vhi3 emoryP Jii,hrtorjk'tt-for grtinted .that hi wm fa miliar with the circumstance.' ( Aws step here might expose hint "tJiut 5&r0a iatime,he naxarued. I . " I fear not. Too don't resJisertkat the accident happened six years agalj narjf5raiDjh(3'f; must tide; you know, at that time, or die. It was weak, and I got another fall and broke it, again." I I am sincerely sorry to bear it," said Dr. Harrisse. Was it posfble that . Iia tint Hum II HiU lUisillflllll'inY a!r wear. ansVrhad Bra writed to enlA TatBjherTfl Hevefl 1 woolilesis .hy- "T-rmaynnTTirBT mill inmanr - asked, a day or two later. Yea; aye Wotaeaaat five years. I cAl),Ku&r ar achooloemi I didn' knew anything A-wben-I left tAraerit exMPtDSDS. reulkn.wa l wasa ' a .AT-'J Ci . .1 .W feJt-DafAwtdWthe8tsl languages. lean speak and sing to you in five tongues." orrlt lOt S ftiij JS " With the tongues of men and angels inaoaHiH. -w-fT r r r r.Y rlrvwiZtYapP plrjrirfeiHrtal twfli r cot' tw nsii -ba. ztavesiT r used my i.t eo ' ' rt ih id. nearsn I had ised mine as - - "I had thought oi going upon the atasfiwL op." Surely you -savrTroCoirePof "those .who are. prejudiced against the drama f.' lOI iWiaiilyjeAt) But ilAavjAan conquerable prejudice against having the women of my acquaintanoe ermm llv hnforw the foot-lichta." bersetf m the cause of art, or the drama would depjutenM- T i ft P:? y. J. x ear ana so mere must oe nautcn p-irls. and tifhtrope perfocsneieiend bare-back riders, I suppose." but we-f doo-'.ieseso henv-foe . ousi wlyee and a eosriowwai are'okmt lectto' havetmr Miaa Tjirila had withdrawn her hand 5om:'&e'drxtOT'jrYrm Jer . cvi. 2iv' jk.t iv.' Jxtf UUI, tUIb UUtJ, UUUCi rTpVltWhmUas.4-usad. I Vr But y woTjW,b'k 7wr ter to Write the great 'i,A sneriean UflValA' she L , -. ; . k--nyaf thlkn WTnsitat work ,V? njfcfc&Ifl: -,her;oWB sWtlAStOSaav.ila. the r.shadowiof, tlcwp.rccb:Jro6Beted ''-s trim the pafaiie!gas."a'ji( -- y ':I,,:.-;'I3atr.ho oftea eke is arge4hef are -'ptJW -4rwW-Hiri- an' -tt- mi wV " Tttm w ; -vl,' penny-aJirsBT snakee hoc the subyact of .iioiim.-rarAgrsphs' her hecsehold gods are ci tnvtMtciiea,' her. profits; asflinatea, her wosrnessss ohronieled. and her features J7 - ! obs se muck a . rtj if' ButMjrsoually a ji public chAxaoter. .She r has rtTesei'f ss. ""' And after that the subjert ; dropped. Bait LsMnle and-Dr. -Harrisse had toDnsAnd otber.thiags to .discuss. - He i.-r, delighted in1 v woman who' dared .to dlsaeree wiUaAim- -. They found that they had Just missed each, other at In tBrlaohen: that he had only been pre? ' 'ekted by a chsnce from -joSaing the Ut: sxtr wfth which the had made the fcs p aa'MwriaR1an thew had mutual frUnds AbWjnt stin'the-gwAt enlg ma, where he had knewh her in Ameri ca, remained unsolved. But he troubled himself very little about It Just now; he - was uruueg wiu us uucj ua was ynny f lng"throuf a a new phAse of eexistenee. JlA-hAd heuieved hizuaAifiAviaciDle, and behold! he had Jea. conquereo- oy . wnli nt Viand tnrn nf riaji. ' It was ahanwi. TjearhsDsi fnr A mast of hit years to be so- sesfly' ernehaated he rather longed for the end of ths voyage, in or ' der to discover if it was only the giam- .ur. of a-prettrfaaenaard s-famtinsi; Pf BerithAw Wtriated. lii. H4 kssxired ess sjnL9eii tnas rr wouior not issc, du bo seriously hoped it would. , Such moon- r UiXAepvJignia.t- wara'saTW- asaws- fore as thoser whioh he, pent with etle)-such starlight "never Shone upon paJAoe-jrardens -or -mpmta&, streams. W.a ( fn.. rAA wrnrld. dp had ha been trsBfllaedf I She laAng Um,ini. XMn-i7TMit hwajmvmyvuuS all1 Uva sfj-ancra fbreiirn tonaniae ahe knew; sometimes his tenor voice Joined Jxers-tia itaseeanedaeif they warewrjteoxes of em ere BWpoed te ut united AwtWtMin- lisaegaA4mconaates every year, oesarg aao- mo w mm .n that he had never been so hap- r. wv In all his life: he began to wish' the thktoif bOwrtneltwa. 4 TMm.)r.i.i. . - . - , i uud Dr. Johns on .one of these occa-1 irke, tAlkhssLasaniehow -"vn. certainly." S Obi be ntr;" said Harri9L wlsV in r Captain HmnMrtod and Dr. Johns ,., iftmtifcha . ni ahnianr i l or somebody, cnr l or somebody, ehr "Wall, vou know, lie leTITEloxe wT I think I must fro below." said- JJn- 4≤ '1e sun Is wltEenng." riaiuraOy Enough, Lucile was tired of the aur tfeon reminiscences; naturally she had So interest in the rulgar lores of circus' sjside, detaining her. "Dr. Johns will ae rone presenuy. xet us see tM eTen- sve9meV.V?Tfcfntw igUJAe. P r xl i 'And I suDDOse he married her and red happily forever after," said Har- nann earned. ms point, ana "No; she wouldn't marry him; but hen he died he left her a fortune, and ie lerc we- prtHeeajon, M - , "And the Uamertans were Mayflower tfock." irr. j enns lert presetitiy.ana tne sun set ed utneMSfsnqnwnessdToppea oyer the wide ronelyBea, and one softly trembled into view; and far a sau. like a white wing, shone ) na sea saa its pearls. J H mnn u, hi nui. rrfst myMaaVW aatW ia ioya.' he sang, beneath his breath. "Do you know, can you guess, .Lucile can you b 3M3aW fiiiW lift te distantly. "Dr. Harrisse, do you tfamember wfeen you first met mef" ; I "I thought you remembered when 1 4rst saw you here. I'm afraid you did Could I eyer forget you,. LoaHaT-' , .. It seems so," she said, smiling ntly; "but I have a confession to ike.' "So have L" 'Ton will believe that I have deceived If this is deception, let me be de lved forever." And then Dr. Johns joined them again. VJhen they parted text morning, he said: "I shall see you, i I may, at the first available moment i i the week; if anything prevents; I s isU write." j Sitting down to dine the following 6 tv with his bnanm-friend, "Tom." he tf red, "yea know everything and eacrybody; can you tell rss where I h sve met a Miss Lucile Lindsay?" , i i "She was the person Captain Hamer t n wanted to marry. You remember old Hamertonf Forty years her senior. Horn an tio story. Ha tempted her with jsvels, as Faust tempted Marguerite; with kindness and luxury; but although ke was only a poor utue circus-rider, e wouldn t marry him. When-he died 9 ien ner nui ms esuiies. a nearu sn ent abroad. She broke a bone, falling her horse, at one time, in the I suppose you must have set ItJ ne, ehP Been on the ragged edge of flirtation on the voyager Fancy m marrying a circus rider! How aeon street would howl!" Dr. Harrisse was perhaps thankful his natienta demanded his atten- n, and gave him no time to think or lit at once, and that a case of special Hid serious importance importuned him, atid made it utterly impossible, as he tkii tv himnilf, ts in nlhrr than s-firrt ono Miss Lindsay. After All. (had he I SSeylgey IthtKBiynspWas sacsieea"aJidennuiSKouldEe not go to see henAuraU like any other ltfes)d-tHiJjp.jjeI& i4-vhtn op port u fcityyrwered, and ' Is . affairs adjust feeisejreHTd After a ; nofcthy reflection mtt-wwtfv'a F" t"nrfl- iigeemea to him that Lucile was a trifle paler than irevbi ahe made up for this defect -'-eeafasr vivacity. Pesently ihe found that when he called for an hour hiVwasVApt M rejsAiA. two- ,AfteJ his first vidua never refterrad to thevoy ase. One day he met Dr. Johns coru- fri fTyfcpmJier.prejh t?d ae AUkCsLSapisraiSdea exaBiei, Anoui nini. it was a year since mey naa paneu ,oe the MaltA.i r ",The , f eUo.a? 5 is almost nansiscpie wiougns josrrisse, 7110 ne is in love with Lucile.' Miss Lindsay was engaged with a headache, and begged Dr. Harrisse would excuse her. SChs wordy soared, -atrArigcljHt0 him; h felt naied and miserable, and angry with Dr Johns, a if his Tisit lad some-. r to do wlth'iC 'AH at once the fact thAtXncJla, lbpgnn, JifeAs-A circus rhieT ieettrocf tririal-And -trf no impor anee eomnarnd, with the cr-pater fad nhatW imlXei aAoeelaugb-Vho win. What did it signify to him. ttrt o oeAooA-.street and all creation disapproved f - . CaHai aJrove home, and went to his' li brary. It seemed as if there was .no time to lose. lie never remembered haytn? been in such a hull r before, in his life." ' Why hedrhe postponed happi ness so Jpngr M was lap in me 10 Row ing day when -he - recelveLucile'a re pryV - V4 I "Your Ju nd words, "-she wrote, "I ave carried me back to those halcyon days on the Malta, when X believed mrself as desperately ia lori as you believe yourself to be bxlay.; I confesse( all tnisto xr. jona s evnen ne proposeu to me yesterday morning, And ne was wil ling to absolve me : - i " Dr. Iiarrisse tossed the letter into the grate, and went oat to bis patients, . - It was, perhaps half a dosen Tear later when, .. looking over 'some- old pepers, he happened upon the charred remnant of Ladle's letter, whicbj his servant had resouedirom the" re and folded away.,; He opeaedjt ourlopsly, and Ungated over it, faacinated. J .-: "s coiixessea aii-uua e- xrr. -upnns when he proposed-to me yesterday taaming, and he was willing to absolve me." he read; "but if you love toe poor Dr. - Johns) I should like te jpun ish voai. 1 should like to Quote, to you. f-There mast be- Uauteh girls and eircus- J rider perhp,brt-wsdo, not choose L-lMr( w t rOt an u. sin aoitiaA. j.wua auauizsj them,' and refuse your gift but 1 love YOU. : "AyOCttn." . . . , , r i, v-J AS UUS aaie, nowever, uocua sau long - been Mrs, Dr. JobvmMary Ni A young lady of Chicago has -taken to -nsiung Uiei worsi .-docauuee ot uw city at "all times of the day, and labor- , in with, the degraded people there in the interests of morality, and attending wnojtksaek snd desuse. The pretty little-woinfcB, .'dreaded; sHalnlj ia black, 1a known to the crimin'classes of the lowest and .vilest slums, and. has their; respect te such An- extent that she has Bever .o-see eeen raoiesiea or uuuueu in any manner. Detroit FotL- ;i' ... lr. -- a a r -r about Malaga should be interesting te Amsrioaas, f or a million and a quarter tire , crop . produced, ia the- district. i " Y - f... "TTi ; t. i f v - """"ft. pwetry, or, ma Bug eaurBssra m nuiuu L - .v,,: - ..., . rnraJ. t.,d KW-r-: 5 ltew!jlr. rk'Siaikfor: ti widow the other evening, puckering her mouth down to the size of A shirt but- tars-able, as it were, "you hare lived I I - . . . . . . . - . ... i r:j .knii i Ah. yes," Mnr McWinzie, you bet. Cah we'-Hitty, dearr Siy uaVne is Mehitable, and -those most -endeared to me always ealt me Hilty." - - ' K 1 ;..Allrigbmpefev.,7.-, .. : .: -;r,VrWjftU,-M 1 was about -remarking, trrv natnra ' Was - aboriplnsJlv Doetio: Arsy ap Among th embanused clouds tifeWi sublimated artillery, . My firhuaiand was' " a .deir gonial spTrit, attuned to 'pbetio faarmony.iut i could rhyme with, his : name. . r It was rhyme with, Ws Tuikwtin. j. used- Tulkinfiton. I used to weave it Into pOUefse bj ahlrttrvistisgittorrulky. bureveu then It never would make a smooth rhyme with any other word. Two short- rrHTx kVed and lan guished, and then sank to eternal rest as softly as though tne' springs" of ' his couch had been the Springs of Famas- auM.n' r " ' '- " ' ' ' Beautiful! ."oesutifuir' .exclaimed ! -Spytwj. r whAt' A xatOing . goodjobito- ary yon must nave wrioea ror nimi :.:'?Afl,":'me.'i;ste ' H tried over a year to write seven verses- suitable, and perhaps ' might hays ; sue-: ceeded nad 1 not Deen wooea, ano, won, by. Jason BAbcock. My ' new married ltfe was bright and .hopeful until. I tried tomerge.it into- poesy. .-The culmina tion eamAwhenv I-wnposed twenty: seven" Verses'r wsn ne--rhyming his name," the best of which were tnaidn, basin, , face-on. ' Then he closed the' doors j'of his , heAfti" took Jiis .,;oyerojat ,'shpod yallse, (and Dade ' us ..farewell for ever. ' L never saw or nesxa or &im more.., . . ....... . , "What a miserable, narrow gnage. irtapprocTatlye wretch he mnst'.have bon.7.',.j'.v.: "". -. ' --!-. :. i '". .-The widow rave' a' reBpeMfyeToll ,of" her dark jrrsV etes i toward; the! sympa thetic Spy kens, and She continued: , "Yes. the rythmaUo. music ol poetxy did not hbound In his worldly soul, and my own longing Heart almost perished before I " orocured " A divorce - on the I gniuna PiAQrHoo-i.j)UjAiaxripu i my old mena ana scnooimaie, ximotny McWiaxie, He. had a soul fall ef syin pathy, and when- he realised how my noptfn aouT was 'crushed by 'the Terv jlniaih rhymes. of. his name, lor ' any part oi rt, ne rumnmiT, yea ran my. attempted .it himself. For -days apd weeks. hA .wrote".hd went about the 1u)s--muttertTig-to himself binzle. criMis,' drazle.: nnzle, " gfafcle, hlnile, and his Test words as he' died ia' the In- BAae eeylom. Were nunale, ptnxle, stir. slekinae.'" - ,; - 1 "' : ' j "How dramatically "ad, moacied Spykens -'as he': reflacUd upon the rhyming possiMllties, and .calamities of. hii . ''Did you ever read ?Xhsd Jeus of Washoe? asked she, beaming "her lov ing eyes, full of literary ' inteTllgenpe, full upon, him, as -, she gently laid hei hand an his post sleeve. . .1 er i Spykens' owned -tip that he bairi't, andf tore himself ws r'fromr ber sweet preeBnoe, p-iuauin prouoijag wniirwe yu- sracements. - Tno widow had money in bank, and a whole pile or Mocks', and is looked upon as a deslrable'matrimonial investment, but When SpykeA. reflects, muiungly, upon the sad lal, of those three husbands, two" Icilled "Land 'one' driven away by her infernal poetryf las-' sisted .materislly, no doubt, .by : her- large, cold,'clAmmy feet, he concludes io.remsln aingle. Vtryt'iiMt (Xcv.) terpris. - DL wasclirs; Her Life Away. - The quiet fidelity with which a wom an will dish wash Xerlife away for her husband and 'chihlrm is a marvel of endurance. Here is the servitude) of woman heaviest ho sooner is her work done than' It requires Jo be done again. Men take jobs, work, oa them, finish them, and they are over for good smd All. The prospect of ending them And drawing pay for.the .labor is alluring, but no such allurements are held. Out . for; the wife." She washes Monday after -Monday the same garments, until there Is nothing more of them to "wash; then J they , are replaced by. others of new ma terial jiwt like.them, and the rubbing and , wringing goes on forever. She mends the stockings with tireless fidel ity, the '.same holes meeting her gaze week after week, for if there Is a darted place in a sock "he invariably puts his irrepressible -toe-' through it. Every morning the- rooms are put in order,. only to bt in the wildest .disorder; by the time night falls.- There are no jobs, each one dine rent, no terms, no pay day. - The same .socks, the ; same wash- : ingvthe ssupexwoaL every time. - There Is too little brightness in the lives : of ( women in . the country. They nave too liulo help Jn their dorhestidpccupAtions. The. "nurse" in a aouae where there' Is a 'fiafcy; to care ' foriought to be set down as one of the xeguUr expenses, as much as the potatoes for the family. , A, mother's health. : both, of ..body and mind, is worth - more than additional acres of land or finer live, stock. . lhe heart sbouldnot be allowed, to grow old. Life should not have lost its charm, the heart iu spirit, and the body iu elastic ity at forty years. And yet how. many women are faded and wan, and shat tered in mind and healthy long before they are forty. All the toy of life is not in youth's morning. If we so will it, we can to the last moment of life be at least negatively happy. Exchange. Queer Effects ef a Ustnln Belt, - U The fierce! ilizhtnlnjr' and jtitunde atormf Thursday nlglitplayaditrange freaks in the residence of Mrs. C. W. Jennings, of Greenville. The bolt, struck in the roof, making a hole large: enough for a man to crawl through,-, shattering' one of the oak 1 rafters and : shaking up the .'chimney so that it will - . need extensive repairs. .. rom ine aiuo it made its way down between the plastering and clapboards without dl turbine a lath until it reached the sink-1 nine, when it burst, through the clap- ! beards near tie ground.- It followedli the waterpipe under ; jrrouna, unci it reached the main in the street and shat tered it. The occupants ' bf the room directly under .' the. .roof .where the first entrance was made were unaware that the bolt had. struck the house until the : .rain, which, entered through the hole admonished , them, that something 1 wrong.. New London (Conn.) Day. The proposed bridge across Niagara . . River, at Niagara Falls, for the Canada. Southern, is a decided . fact. The con tract has been given to a Buffalo bridge: company to build a double-track steely truss bridge, with stone piers on each side of the river from the water a edge. Work will be .finished by December U Men have been cutting trees from the: : water4 a edge to the top of the river bank on, both sides. The site is about four hundred feet to the falls side of the railway suspension bridge. iV.' Yl Ber- A man recently died in . San Fran cisco from over indulgence in mince pie. Beware of the deadly piesV cakes.-; N. F.' Qraphie . JF- ow.wupce. about half of'Which was usM t to suppn the home trade and the balance ship pea halt X-&ri's FbdstvUrs of pound ot bresr, three-fourths 'of ' a- pound of suet, taree-fourtns oz a pouna of apples, three-fourths of a pound of currants, four ectrs and the peel of a fii 1 1 1 Bnra mnr u un ann uifl tmmi nr m lemon ged. into shape and boil mrw nonra. serve wrui sauce. iMca- 'Medinra wisad xnims cot In quar- terstnake good addition to "a slender stock of cucumber pickles; pour -the vinegar off the pioklcs. heat tt, and after mixing the onions and cucumbers, tor the hot vinegar over them. . ' Put a couple of bushels of well rotted stable manure aVint the trunk of each tree, wuitter a Bttle grain upon it and turn la the- pektltry. ' 'Tkey'- will scrateh """"ly the naaaore. rtiaHng-fine sa4 mixlaA U with the soil. And wul de stroy multitudes of destructlTe InsacU. Exbhange. .' When the .blossoms' fall ' from ' cmr rant 'bushes ft may be suspected" "that -the borer Is at wort In the stems."' To discover this, cut oft the' branch, and if the borers are. in it a slender hollow will be found where the pith has been eaten out. All this infested wood must be out out and burned,' and new shoots grown to succeed ft 'fcbwrtfiertfa Maaaxite. When a horse," for example, wishes to Bstea to a Sound suptweed to be In front the ears 'are thro am forward to catch te sound more easily, . If a noise is Jieard from behind the ears are thrown back, while, if there Is any . doubt about the sound, whether in" front- or tathe rear; on '-ear is directed forward, the ether backward.: -that thsr aonad may be heard at.Any.rata.--: ; Time. . :- I . rTop-dreseing, unless with very fine manure, says a writer,, is of doubtful advantaee with the clover plant. ' The cloverls easilysmothered by anything botermg tt leaves. ' 1 1t my, : however.. pay If ; the clover is t W tamed ander early for ft Corn er potato crop this sea son. , The . bestTtime to manure bj he fore the seed Is sown. " A very light tbpdresplng then will ' secure' A heayy growth. A delicate tjfflelette is made thas Beat the yelk: nf-lour eggs, and while beating mix with ahem a teaspoonful of nour, two raaietTOooaguis or puivenxed mnr. a ninrh. eJ aalt. and- anw flarAr. ing extract that yoi at rS.'ou chdose: this, of course; tan be decided wth. reference to the other dlahes Which make up tbe dinner.'. Beat the whites of the four eggs to froth and mix with the other.. Beke this .en a .trattered dUh; .a deep plate will answer; Jtwill rise very light ..and crown nicely in a very lew minutes. Send to the table hot. If you please you may sift" powdered sugar over it before sending- H to ihe table. N. T. Pom. -:b -. ijTriBrsksn,Appse Trees. v ' .Experience is the' mother of "wisdom. inere' are' different . opinions among farmers about therproper time Tor trim ming' Apple trees. The main object ought to be to trim- fn that season bf the yearwhen the wound will -entirely heal over,' or the tree la ruined, sooner 'or later.. :lf : Uat :ebieot is not aooom plished tha-WSJerfenters and a hols' is rotted into the trunk; it becomes hollow and-is. destroyed. : '... l ...5ome.trim,ia arly. spring;rlbe sap foreBA Udelteut aae .wealatf in: abun dance, runs down on body or larger limbs; the bark turns back and often dies, and the trees are permanently In jnred. -. Another "foirijws the opposite extreme and bruries m Aligns V or eVen tn wrriy' winter, - whea -the sap' has turned Jnto the wood; the wofaod .'does not turn black,, as in the .other-case,-but heals slowly, if at alL and a tree 'with holes In it is S final result If the bark is entirely ' beeled off the tree from' the roots to the limbs, in the longest ' days of midsummer, ; Which are -somewhere from the 16th to the 26th of June. Anew" bark is formed and - the tree is not In jured, and an old tree Is said to be bene fited by the operation. If apple trees are pruned at this tiaV, If any bark; is accidentally taken off where the-limb pas been removed,: . tt will entirely tieal oyer if the limb removed is not too large and the growth is. sufficient Tor that purpose. The sap of the tree Is not too tain to run out and blacken the tree, as in early spring, nor too thick and already formed into the wood, and the wound comparatively dry; both wood and bark as in later pruning are not stopped In farther growth Over the wound. - Many -farmers, ; as a general thing, prune an orchard without discre tion, sawing ..off too. Jarge limbs.- that can nevet heal over,, 'oftentimes cutting them Off some inches from the trunk of the tree Or the larger limbs from which mey are removea; tne stud 01 tne limn will die to the body and the farther de cay of the tree is sure. '. - In pruning off too 1 much the natural equllibrhim between the roots and the top is destroyed and the body of the tree will come ' vut. In ""suckers ' or sprouts. :' Such Ignorant '.farmers had better cut their trees '.down and trim -"them afterward,''1 which is easier. done, ' and with , more profit' to themselves, as the ground could be em ployed for some better purpose. If a limb IS' dead there is no Option; it must be xsut oft close to the tree: the only liv ing limbs that should be cut off are the small ones' that will heal : over, coming from the larger branches in. the inside of the top (and those that cross and gall each other), thereby letting in more sun to the apples to give them A better oolor "and give : the picker a1 better chance in the tree. ' : Everything beyond this is 'superfluous, and pruning had better be dispensed with ' altotrether. Many fine orchards receive their death warrants from such ill pruning' every year. zt. xr- x mi aot. t Wanted. ftokwr'jro,'0at fn an sjavertiaement : in a imorjjfUff baper irnlSS South, 10 ; tae ant itAeoi art for dw mesrie xMe on a rini anrin In rii:mn in- the Hoi IheSoulh: An. I :VtiSlSSkSSJ. IpOrtyof llaoon. ,. At Jaybreek the river Jtrpnt was vocal wiUr-cammwrhlrhg' an bicker- ajsd injprorapUi fighta-of one hun- !d""gaHitus, wliu fliKilmd frVBI every rr. of'.dptr in' the fanwenr' sywelt-aryut pf it. The. officers of the UMtfaJEtjim their iodrning 'e ammoj ut ail 01 canine yeips and ooys veils, rushed on deck to find Jthe-deck a congWimerAte. ms ;'f -iiuni. an4 street tr&5,LA.few inquiries were made and a brief counsel . waa iielA to. determine measures' oi. relief. 11: A poolras made And onA'bx the officers appointed to buy np atne : paox -Xa tmi laaaama-Jeryaar to A cpnunittee- of, destrukuvM Sales were brisk at prices reri '"fag- from Ste cents to Afquartef LAndJiw- rspfiBy .sftr sales were ronsnrnmsiea xne -miseTrwe curs wertPUcked Tout mtofMawara arrenue. TJi&'ietninr until It was discovered that tne demand in Creased faster than lr diminished, and as" both fhe pool tvnd -destruction com mittees 'Were about exhausted the meas ure of last Tesort -was determined on and the police were'ealied te the rescue. A squad of blue-coats fnaliy Sneceeded in clearfpghe dock." peace was restored ana the joier was proDSDiy sstisned. tTuioatspMa rrcsA wsica Tuus ie Tuuuwa. . 1 . . . . . . 11 TV Mara.cf varlnai aae and Baaia aiixt be"lcrt"lltrnt. Au ll rrrs 7w-js. " ill Oa - JbAaT all ry 1 BMaraBaHl I ' It n eo n-SAsAHy. It la so certain -and eaay in Its action. It tavljrprates tea nerve, brain and mnacle, Zopeaa ' does tbeae tfalnira ahnDlr by srlvroar ' setirei dicaataon. sad regulating the stomsco sna.xaver. ask 4. w. Houghton. FB0X THE SOUTH. A Ierfaet Comllnitloa Wrtth two Salleat AaTintifii way la Cainnarna Taw. There ia do mistake about It" remarked "BKNSON8iAJ;int puholb plasters are one of the neatest eombinaUoni ever pro. daeed. They nave two kinds of advantages over all others, which we stay call the minor and the major. First, they rre clean and pleasant to use. never sollins the hands nor the 'linen of the wearer. Second, they act quickly slid powerfully. ' I have tried the Cs peine Plaster on myself for pneumonia. and on my patients for various diseasi such u; Neuralgia, Muscular Sheumauam, ago. Kidney trouble, etc., and In all etc.. sod In 1 rwllef has followed In from inrae to fortv-ele-ht honra." lr. r lower mere voices tne written or oral onlnlon of --thousands In ' his profession. the nerfect extarnal SDDllcatlon. The anraraeliays the word CAPCINE ent In the eeatre. Ptlee.Sft eaaia, Seabury fc Johnson, vaenusts, iew zorc . Excited Thousands. All ewer the land - are - going Into 1 ecstasy over Dr. .King's New DUoovery tor -Consumption, i netr nniooKea.ior recovery by the timely use of this great life-saving remedy, causes them to go nearlv'Wild in lta braise.. : It la cruaran- teed to positively cure Severe Coup-hs. Coldt, Asthma, llay Fever, Bronchitis, uosrseness, ixss or voice, or any aueo- 1 tlon of the Throat and Lungs. Trial bottles free at J. H. Houghton s Drug Store. : Large sice $1.U0. . soy I A Blessing to all Mankind. 1 to these times when our Newspapers are- flooded with: patent medicine ad vertisements, it ts tzrAtifMng to know what to procure that will certainly cure ; you. If you Are Bilious, blood out of oraer, Liver inactive, or generally ae bllitated. there is nothing in tne world thst will cure you so quickly as Electric Bitters. Tbev are a Diessmz to ail mankind, and can be bsd for only fifty ateots a-bottle of J. w. Houg-ncon, 8171 1 Consult Tour Own Interest.' Itecollect we ' guarantee relief with one spplicstion of Hilton's Great Eng lish -File Ointment, and a- cure if di rections 1 are t followed. 1,. Wooster t Adaao8Drug,j8ts, Wellington, are our agenu for the sale or these goods, snd wo only asx you 10 consult mem oeiore trying any other, : One application will convince yen that wnat we sav you can rely on.- Try iU::ooe.: use vr. Vjuinn s Irish JUlniment. . ... iuyc '.iua Bnoklen'B Arnica Salve. The weatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedily core Burns, . Bruises. Cuts, Ulcers, salt r i. ... . . w . w -n 11 ph.. Chilbrains, Corns. ' Tetter. Chapped Hands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to our- in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box. For sale by J. W. Houghton. ' 29yl : . ACABD. 'To all who are suffferlnr from the errors snd lndlacrettons -of voatb. -Berrons weas- will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHASOB. 1 This (Treat remedy was dis covered by a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelop to the Ksv. TosspaT. IssLiA, Station D, Mew York City. If voo have a Cold or Cough of any kind, buy a bottle of Hill's Peerless Couch Syrup, use it all. if not satis fled return the empty bottle and we will re fund your money.-- We also- sell the Peerless Worm Specific on the same terms no cure no pay. - Cobb's Little Podophyllln Pills will cure headache, blUloueness, constipation, etc.,- or no pay. One pill h dose: 4-1 y ' tl J U. BTABA CO. Vww ;Hasicai.' JBasuiptas. Compound Baraa paralra with Iedld of Fotssaium, for impurity of the blood; Liver Wort Kidney Cure; Genuine Bedllts Fowders; Compound Essence of Pepsin, tor dyipepala and indlirea- Uont Bsntonlne Losenges; Chlorate of Pot ask globes and troches: Bronchial Losengjes, Just ths thing tor hoarseness and tor throat; Houghton Cough Syrup, a standard remedy for coughs ' and colds, at J. W. Houghton's Book and Drug store West ski Public Square WenisctoeObJo. ' SMBBBmssAaaai .1 ., ...a Dr. Bltrelow's Life Oil is on sale At Houghton's Drug Store. A pamphlet, giving a brief but clear description of tne many disease tne xare uu so ef fectually cures goes with every bottle. i. w. Hougnton, aoie Agent. f.. - Use Wilson's MockinsBlrd Food. Use Wilson's Canary-BIrd Seed. Use wiison'8 insect rowaer. use wnson's new book on birds, chickens, dogs, rab bits, squirrels, parrots pigeons, gold nan xc. -r or sale Dy J. vr . tiouguton. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quick ly cured by rhiloh's Cure. We gaurantee it cor aaie oy 4. rv. nouanion. "W1IX YOU BUFFER with Dyspepsia and Uver Complaint? etulon's Vltaliaer is guar anteed to cure you. For sale by J. W. Hough ton. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Snitch's Cure Is remedy ror you. ror sale by J. w. uougnton. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath 1 secured by Shlloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price I 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by J. w. Houghton. FOR LAME BACK Ids or Chest use Shlloh'a rwron fleeter. race so cents, ror sale oy a. W. Uougbton. - . SHILOHTJ COUGH snd Consumption Cure la sold by us on a-sraarsnlee. it cures con sumption. For sale bf J. W. Houghton. SUILOH'S VITALIZE R i what vou need for Consumption, Lossyot Appetite, Dislnea and alliSVniDtoms of DvaDeDsia. Price 10 75 cents per -bottle.1 For sale by I. W. Houghton. -- . CROUP. WHOOPING COUCH and Bron- ehltls immediately relieved by Shlloh's Cure. lor sale by J. w. rlougnton. ' Established 1853. . Incorporated 1882. The Sturtevant Lumber Co. - dawoLamd. Oklo. Manufacturers and dealers in Gang sawed Pine Lumber. Doors. Windows, Blinds. Mouldings, etc. We have the largest fac tory in tne state, ca&n psid lor xiara- wobd Lumber. Bend for Catalogue and Prices. -83m ii Clyde Bnzhu LEAD ALL OTHERS! FvDniQtuloXrPrinfl n, , t,vr-fanA 'TTnamialM) ' fc iwi m .i. w tob OPERATION, ECOnOMY, DURAOILITY and WORKMAWSHIP. Isiprawsmants aaa Ceavairl eeoes, ftwtad la mootaars. - Always Reliable, POPULAR EVERY WHERK. fmr Sale tm Evwry CSty aad Ti la tke TJaltwsl Stataab And by J. W. WiLBXJB, Wellinarton, Ohio. Tl 1 furniture ATT 17 n fl I -HTf a will be found a! full . line of . Furniture, consisting of . t Chairs of .every .description, Beds from $3.50 to $25. The best stock of upholstered Lounges ever in ' Wellington We also keep a full line of i i m i aw m au 1 COFFINS . & CASKETS both wood and cloth covered, Shrouds, etc We guarantee to keep bodies intrusted to our care any length of time, and will stake our reputation as undertakers, on mis asueriiuii. : . IIOYT & W001LEY Bit, yon seen the Mew Trasses raeaatfy pot oa tas market by the Uumois A Uju Roaaaa Tasaa to., or new l era viiyr iuvj iwini, b.wwj tbey srs tns moat aeaalbte, as well aaa he Sswst sppU aooestortBa . ... Relief and Core of Hernia yet Uveatad. Kothtag esa eqaal them tor Usbtasas : For 8ale by J. W. HOUGHTON, IS i aniiiinniya vuv AGENTS WAtlTED To sell our Household . Articles. One Agent made $105.00 in one week. ' One made 11U.UU, another liv.oo, arrorner 50 in one day. Bell on sight- Boxing and Freight Charges Free. One County given toeach Agent. Address for circular, etc, VIENNAMANUFG CO. ' star an. a-f I a.X af aepwi . . ; a. VOXBG MUICAL UBEl OF lU.CTBr01TT. K aU Hrf eeam aad 1 Sbwjtkamfor .-. tbatr are er tb BlaearMaa JaHiif HiH. . ELEC -KO-FARADIO BEIT ??. 8114 OlrSeSWWt Ataa Llt awwa '- -. . -J 11 1. . .' its iB-E:1'"- if ; '; pj' fig -,) ..... .-i - ja g T R TJ a s 2a s ' fill H"0"" III r. rlVaa-.Vf Fremont t 10 6 SS 104 7 Bellevaa t S7 5 40 tMoaroeTUle, t 44 J SOOj) T SS 7 45 Merwalk Ctta-ksfle)' taneia, bta-.v.W. in 8 SS 8 87 f ss- v. WaUlaitaa M S io as n l? n ss IS 06 ra 1 ss 1 50 8 58 J t 08 -i n, S45 V 10 SO 11 00 Nat Iff 18 a Spencer Lodi Creatoa Orrrllla ataaaUtoB VleyJonctlon.. Mo. 1 T SO AX 8 90 Ho. 11 hr. Creatoa 7 15an ar. Valley Je 1110 am Ma. IS " Voted t 80pm ' " Horwalk ' M 00pm Mo. 15 MorWalk S 80am ' Valley Je. 4 45pm No. 17 " Valley Je5 80am" " Akroa 8w. 18 t6pm Ho.33 " Valley JcSOOam " Kaxietta.. S 00pm Haras fWamea Mo. St Mo. SS . Morwalk..,..,Lv 700asi 515pm Hmoa..'..;Ar 8 05. 08 . . . 1 I - . . ,- . I . T 1 WlttTWABP MiV' '"Mo."'' Mo.' Marietta."..'. .. Lv f SO aw -k SOW Masaflloa S OS 8 85 OnrUle S 48 J5 Crrataa 8 15 8 48 tool...........;. 8 88 .S107 Spencer 8 58 10 87 WalUaftaa ... -4 10 :'. -1048 Brighton. 4 S3 Mo. 10 54 Clsrkafleld ...... 4 88 1108 Norwalk 8 00 . T SO am 11 85 . ItotavevUIe..... SO ' ':7S0 1155 BelleTae.. ...... 6 40 7 47 . IS 18 PM Clyde 8-58 - 8 04- - IS SO - Fremont S 17 - - 8 SS . IS 48 Toledo 760 10 00 895 Mo. lSrr:'VaHey Jc 8 SOpaa sr. Creatoa - T 80pm No. 19 " Norwalk S 46am u -Toledo 1 4fipm No, 14 ""TaJley Je. 7 OOsm H Norwalk 8 00pm NclS" AkroaBw. 1 loom " Valley Je. 1 85pm No. 18 " Marietta 8 00am Valley Je. 95pm Baraa Braset Mo. SS ' Mo. SS " Baroa . Lt IOOu - 7 06pm Srwalk..;...Arl f 45 810 Bally. S Stop oa Sigaal. - ; .' OOMMPXItaJtS. .... Toledo With all Uses entering the city. .... Preiwot--wTth L. K. W. B. R. . ' Clyde WHS I.. A. A W. R. H. . Bellerne-Wlth N. T. C.JSt. L. H.H. , hooaoeTilJa Whk: B. A O. H. X Welllngtoa With C, C, C. A I. By. rM-.A uri.i w ar o rk o - ' Orrrllle With Ci aT C. R. H. and' P, Ft. W. AC.B.BL : ' 1 .?: --. I -i!J Masell-WItA P, FU,Wf A C.B, B, and Valley Jaaction With valley H. K. r- -CansIDoTer With C. P. R. R. snd C- T. V. A W.aL St.. ... 1 y. . V Nswcomarstown With P-C. A 8t. L. B. R. rCampridga With B. a Oi IU R. . ir . ""Point Flesssnt-WIth W. C.'t. R. B. 1 Marietta WltAM-A C. R. R- M. Dl WOODFORD. . .. JAS. M. HALL. Gea. 8npt- .' Oen. Pass. Agt. Cleveland. - Columbus, Cincinnati and " Indianapolis Hallway: 1 miiL 1. ten- eajbt fluyao .yvrjamrv Through' car with ' connections in . Union Depots, pajy-jirect line via l)Dlwy:ejAnd,)ir -.v-b: - ; !i; -i n BtoJWIo nd .i? t 1 . . .. i.. . tliigarti.yAlla ITEW TORKASrp. KEW ENGLAND " Direct connectiona for all Southern South westeraend-Weatere oointa. eUber bt way ef Clnciaaatl, Indian spoil or St.- Lord-: Di rect connection in Union .Depot at Bt. Louis for all railway towns tat' Missouri. Arkansas, I Texas,, KapsasrT Nebraska, Colorado, Mew Mexico. 171a mexico. ana uie racmc coast. . Feat Time. Jiew Bonipansn- Saanlng through the most popalou part of the coun try; possessing ever appliance Tor 1 frd I and ooaafort Ajmw to bo-arrcable. The Best Boadbed And the Safest :j -...'.lie Bead xn thsx 'West. Tickets by this popular sopts for .sale at aU,resar. Ticket Offlcea. .,, Trains of this ComnanT Dass Welliiurton as iouows: ' oozmi wast; - No,U ClevalandAlBd'pali Ex... 8.45 am. No. 8 Bpecl. Cln. ft Bt. lXJula r-x. 3 8Ua.m. No. 1 4raUon Accommodation...-5.40p.m. No, frr-NlgMExpreBa..:..itb..v. AM p.m. Mo. 51 ioc F reiacht . , ,.8.45 a.m. , 1 QOUIQ AAST. . . . No. S NUzht Exprass... 5.42a.m. No. ' 8 Cleveland Accommodation- 8.45 in. I No. 18-rSt. LobIs ok New Terk Ex i. U8p.m. 1 No. 6 ClnclnnaU&NewIorkEx.19J)5p.m. No: SOLocallreight..... sVSSp m. No a No. 7 runs to Gallon only.' No- 8 runs to Coituabas, Oacinnan and Louis . E. B. THOMAS, O. B. SKINNER, uen. Manager. - - inmc nsnagpr. - t' A. J. SMTXH.flen.ParA.t, . CLETEIJLND, OHIO. .-' - A Common-sense Remedy. ' SALICYLIC A. 7Xo more HheTi tti ati irrn Oout or If euralela. laaidiotiEaHsfWiwsiUd. ' FITS TSAASS8TAAUSBSS AJrp SBVBS NOWBT tO FAIL TJf A SIS OLA CABB,i.'coiai 0B CfiEOSTC Hxran to ALL-noarnrxHT mrstciAjrA aid dauooists roxnii svAjmrxe or iauotlica THE ONLTDiaOLVEROF THE POISON OUS UBIC ACID WHICH E333T8 IN THJ : BLOOD OF RHEUMATIC AND SOUTT PA TLENTS. i '.n: ." -.-rir -i - -:i -' , 8ALICTLICA Is known as a common-sen s- i remedy.- bocsma it,-strikes airactly at the tw Ox... nJ XT.n 1 I. white so many so-called specific and sup posed paaaoaaa easy west locally in enacts. u naa noao, eooceafts ay eauneat scumiiata that ontward s-aaXcstloris. snch as rubbing with OliA alatsaeaiU, ttiumeuta. And soothing louonswoi Botsradk-aAaUieseoaacasea wnico ar the result ot ths poisoning of the blood wua unc &cia. . BAXJCTLiCA works with marvelous enact 1711 'rl r n tit i i i - A calAeademy of Paris repot t 96 per cent cure in throe days. lat BAXJCTLICA U a certain cure for Rheu- matiam, Gout and Neuralgia. The most in tense osins are. subdued almost Instantly, uiveiiatnai.- ttoueirosranieea or money refunded. Thoasand of testimonials sent on applies Hon. - -- tt a Sax. S Bazas for $A Bent free by malt on receipt of money. -. . . ABK TOUR DRUGGIST FOB IU Bat do not b deluded Into taking Imitations or substitutea.or something recommended as "juat as goed!" Insist on the gen urns wltn the name of WABHBUKais o CO on box, which Is guaranteed chemically pure un der our signature, an lndlapeastbl requisite to insure suoeom-aa tn treatment. Take no otner,or senato.UA , -. . , 18-iy ; ' WASHBURNE & CO., Proprietors, 887 Broadway, cor. Read 8t- Nsw Toak. For Bale Vr H. Q, STARR at. Co. (fljRjlrtl(0)() A lector oa the rTatsr Traatmeat aad Radical earef aemlasl Weakneaa. or Sennstornoss, In- dooed by aeir-aboae, 1bt iToiaatary amiaaioqa. unpo- tencr. Nerrooa oewircr. spa impedimenta ro aiar paoo, EpUasay .snd Fits; rlsae aeoersUys Mental and FbTi irilcal Incapacity, etc by Kobest J. 1 "ni ii m p Tba worM-reaowned author, m thla admirable Lec tor clearly proves from his own sxperleaca itbat U swfaicoaaeo.aenceao(aeli-sbaae may be effectually remoTed wltoout daas-eroaa aurcleal oparsOoaa, Boa rtea. lnatramenta. rlns or cordials; pointing wt a mode oi can at onoa oeruun. aaa. effectual, br which ererr sollerer, no mauer what bia condition M, u.,.aataorot uii Oreea IKwk. amy sBWaraaamaatraaeaiHy,BriTai7.aiMiaa tarbia Lectors win sror s . .i k, . i.f Mwalaaia. te uTsddreaa. on receipt of alx cenu ar twa poaiags atsmpa, A drtrsaa TBI CQlVtAWEU slIDICAt CO., : 41 Aaa SUlrsw York; kuT.t Poat OSle Box. 450. . . - m Beat Doalneae now oeior ut pmoiic T M gO Caaltal aot aeartart We wlU atart yoa. -W ff Mn women, bora and eiria wanted eTerr wtMrsaa work for us. . Now UtSettme.. To esa wo7ilnanre Umaor yoar whole tuna to the InialiaisarTiT otbar baalaeae will pay voa aaarly as wail . Ko one can rau w mass eaormons nv. or n aiast eteac. Coatll SSeOCe, yw.i. wi. wii txwn. i aariij... Aaaraas. tsca ;. i ' :!P. B - . .