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THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JtESE 9, 1885.
BED ALIA BAZOO aD rr ?i N- M" an.d in Publishers J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ; Dally, inclnding Sunday, per year. .S10 00 Sunday edition, per year... - 2 50 "Weekly, 52 numbers, per year.... Vftiiy, delivered, per week .... NEWS DEALERS Cgrularly stippled at 2 cents per copy. 1 00 25 the Gila neighborhood many others have been mutilated, and the trouble dor a not fieera to be yet over. The military authorities should order the instant pursuit of these fiends, and es pecially those of them who eBcape in- cguiaiiy tuuiJii'u u.t -J, ceiiis per Copy. r . , l .. r aii subscriptions pavabio in .dnm. n to Mexico, even though the chase pcoauxiuea at me end or time paid lor. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittances may be made bv draft, mnnnr can military encamnment. If. as re fder or registered letter, nt nnr r?ct- rcu-n I pbstoffice address in lull, including stato and ported, some of OUr trOOPS frot Out of County, and address jr. west goodwix, the way, and thus permitted these an should hf r.onrf-mflrrinlAd and shof. nShEKhx JdAZIIII The beat way to quell the outbreak is to be decisive, and for blool. exact large creation of new first class seen rities. A war, for example, involving several European countries, would lead to large loans that is, to the cre ation of new stock exchange securi ties of the first class- and would thus tend to lower prices; while the de struction of wealth bv ihe war would BOOTS ROMANCE. vou mip-ht letch ud on Florida nroner. I This would be the hazy country which A Mental "Wreck Made So by Unrequited 1 1", r . Vu r. .th eqmteo ; little boys read about on their maps, To see "Boots" Tan Stcenbur-, ?E?llin,? !! ontt. 'J Eyerf lades," the . . , " , , . "Ever" describing capitally the con he is called, with unkempt hair Hying stant appearance of a great deal of in the wind and hi3 unshaven face water, occasionally hummocks, the decked in a suit of red, white and blue, true home of the alligator, a God-for-with long streamers of all colors at- saken region, where the saw-grass ini tached to his clothing and a weather- P?des VZres3.-Barnet Phillips, in lessen ihe growth of wealth and would beaten straw hat decked with ribbons. aaTr s a9m- also have a tendency o lower prices and asking a penny of each one he SIGHTS IN THE SIERRAS meets, as he wanders from place to GO UP, THOU BALDHEAD. place in the Hudson Valley, one would . Tie Great Slsqooc Falls, the Thunder f Which Rarely Strikes Man's Ear. The Causes That Produce Baldaesa In the " . , . 1UU u,rCt aviDS ueartl SO many COnUlCtmg Average Man. tnnned ins rough breast, a maiden's reports about the wonderful scenerv at i i i i . i i i i .. . . Baldness is produced by a failure of Siauwi uu ever opened ms sign-vaives, tno Headwaters of tlie Sisquoc creek, SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JUNE 9; 1885. To Secreta jy B tyard : In no selfith party spirit, tLe Bazoo invites you to Sedalia, ere you return to the east. normal nutrition in the papillte at the or drew forth ouc impassioned utter- j we, in company with Messrs. Wheat base of each hair follicle. Imperfect f Ce f Io' nd !ctu j-fc wa? nof loss a and Forrester, concluded to make a ii.- j . j.xxjclxu perSonage than the nihtinjrale of sono:, 4 fl,. T r . work being done m the capillaries. Jenny L?nd, who for a while listened to t.roiuSh exploration of that section, which are here richlv distributed, the the man's avowals 6f nndvino-affeetion which has, until lately, been almost a fr T?oci,flr ii,?0 f corps snail not appear m uniform as uu uuu "p"j- m- but he wants it dutiudy understood of the State department -officials ZliTZol tuat ixic utj was an intelligent one xcituci Ja mcic uy rtrasuu enfeebled that rapid baldn r i i i I 1 ? a i ? ill . I . irom wmcn ne sprarg. less ensues. Kansas City is the best place for a branch penitentiary. Will the in spectors heed the voice of the people and locate it in the confines of the giant to vn of the northwest ? . 111. I I AAA I to 4. UllU UUU )UUl IU ULlU wny private cinzenssuouia not appear The papilla?, however, still retain their her. He was smitten with her charms, in knee breeches and carters, provid- vitality, and, as thesvstom regains its nought an introduction, fell madlv in cd thev see fit to do so. At the imp scren n, uiev quicK y recover tneir no- ive, ami n p t auer mgnc sac in ironi - i.M.;,i;i... J -1 - I r I r t lAliii.i . nl.t(.l frl. n n time, if the only fear of wearing a perhaps thicker than before. In the stress. He poured costly presents into plain evening dress, is because the same manner certain cutaneous afiec- her lap, and the story goes that thirty wearers may be taken for waitrs, action on the naoillas which is " but cost of them. There is no doubt that why not uniform the waiters and allow temporary; in such cases recovery, per- Jiis suit was encouraged; but she dis n T.., f : a naps witn assistance, pernaps witnouc uaiueu mm. ru; lonowua uie son- , J U iL is nnssihio. in tlm rrrpnt m.iinntv stress from nlace to Dlace.m a vain en ,. I -i . - a -i l I J . I . . x ' covereu- nimseir witn glory, last week, coraance witn rgooa common sense. 0f instances, however, where the head leavor to renew his suit, until his rea His is a master mind, and one the What dees' it matter that the court is bald the failure of nutrition of each son was partially destroyed. Since . .... . '. . I nnnilln has pnnii mi sn irmdiinllv. -nd I .then he has lived the life of a wild man youth ot the slate will look to for costumes ot the foreigners aie ablaze continued so lonir tTiat the papilla in the woods, near Kingston, occasion- mucn aid, ana they will not look in witn gilt ana precious stones, our no longer exists; :t has passed away by any inaKing a trip up tnenuuson to col- min . I A Tirwmnnn titir.nin n. I o i r tin In.irtum I uiiuuui IU v lllliil 1 tl.irvi UVTVilUC I - w w .v . , , . , x oouieraieu, ana even tne ioincie no tiuus m ;m incae vears nave ueen iare, cue semi-oaroanc oenma tnem, ann oncrCr constitutes a degression in the but what he does with the monev no- delpbia, from its "outing" at the New Orleans exposition, and now, if the TT 11 T n T- i iionoraoie denerson ijavis can De se- -cured as an escort, the bell will prob- .ably make the journey in safety. Secretary Bayard will go east on Tuesday next Let representatives of the Sedalia board of trade telegraph Senator Vest, inviting the disting misbed secretary to go by the Pacific and stop at Sedalia long enough to porgeous nuea it nas ceasea to exist, ana tne ulu me great siurm ut appiauso nau countless remedies which are so freely subsided. I was jealous, because she advertised as beinsr able to reiuvenate seemed to desire evervone to have the wealth aud population of the world -see our town and people. Will tne nave been steadily increasing. In the O)oard of trade act ? umlea otales aua 10 a iess exieni in the principal couuiies in. Europe, cisco millionaire, who is in attendance at the races in St. Louis, told a re porter that it wa3 not always pleasant : , j wealth must have been invested mailer can trump up a story against him, and get some characterless law yer to work it for a contingent fee. "Lucky" is undoubtedly right, but no blackmailer on earth can face the light of an investigation, when a rich man conducts himself in a proper manner upon all occasions. blood. Mexico's frontier was not ex- sp.tlv mnrkpd for thp hpnpfif. nf pnw- cells which constitute a hair-shaft are only to tell him in the end that he loved terra incognita to even the oldest set- J w I . . ..... I - - - 3 1 l. L 1 1 i.1 ...11 . . ardlv murderers not lormecl m their due proportion, the vs.uu uim mMW 11,111 a men uu wrecK, ueis, owing to tne dense cnapamu oiu suaic tnus ieeoiy sustained uecorae4 . , ; . . . -wi inu muummus ou an loose and drops awar. leavinff nothinn AS1U, ?(Sa!L!r,;?,,?J?" 1f.MlV: i and made it almost inaccessible lnere does not eeem to beanv par- m its nlace. This failura of nnfritinn ps .fn. n i. f until an extensive lire swept over sev- X I X - I J. I ISO X u WUL Iwl XJ UWlr. (IO 1IU 12 I , . ticular reason whv the diplomatic rnay have a sudden cause, of which the called, was an attractive vouna: man. I eral hundred square miles about three the idolized son ot Lister Uomitv par- .-aKaou maK'S IC possioie co et in ents. wno never stinted inni with LUC1U- "cujmcu uureies witn a money. He chanced to be in New t accessary outfit, mainly blankets, Win- York when JennvLind created a furore Hester ntle and salt, mounted thehur- ncane deck of our favorite caballo and the first day reached Mr. Wheat's ranch, thirty-live miles from Santa Maria. After passing the narrows wo had to cut a trail for miles until reach ing the burned country above the main forks of the river, Ascending the southeast fork about twelve miles from the river we came to Ventura Fall as we named it from the great number of them about there. The gorge at tha foot of the fall was wild and pictur esque in the extreme. Huge boulders and fallen trees, with occasionally a cascade varying in height from ten to one hundred feet to climb around. Grizzly bear tracks were quite plenty, but no grizzlies came in sight on the top, nor were we hunting any. We climbed above and measured the main fall and found it to be 480 feet in height a sheer descent, with about 30 miners' inches of water flowing over it. The stream falls about 2?000 feet in two miles and a half, making a great number of beautiful cascades. The pool below the fall is 80 feet long, 40 feet wide and upwards of thirty feet in depth, ciear and cold as ice, and so sheltered by the overhanging bluffs that the sun rarely shines in it. Climbing the mountain above the fall we found to be terrific work: the dense chaparral, partly burned and partly grofcn up again, was impossible to get through without chopping for miles. The slope is so steep that we could find no place level enough to spread our blankets without shoveling, except at the extreme summi0 of the mountain. There we had a magnificent view of the whole surrounding country. To the south and west lay the Santa Bar bara Islands. Far out across the Mo have desert, upwards of two hundred miles distant, the Providence Moun tains were plainly seen. To the north west the wide sweep of the San Joaquin Valley, on the further side the Sierra Nevadas, the snow-capped summit of Mt. Whitney and other lesser peaks, while in the northwest lay the coast range, a succession of sharp ridges and deep canons, covered with dense chaparral for hundreds of miles, with here and there a beautiful valley nest ling below. The day was exceptionally .clear and the prospect well repaid us for all the trouble of getting there. The following day we tried to ascend the main south fork of the creek, which is even a rougher and wider gorge than the other, if possible. After climbing a mile and a-half we came in sight of another fall from two hundred and fifty to three hundred feet high, consider able water flowing over it. We had to give it up as a bad job that day, and wjb advise any one undertaking the trip to take along a sheet-iron suit of clothes. Those falls are about sixty five miles from Santa Maria, and the timber belt spoken of about seventy miles. On coming back to camp we found one of the party, Mr. Roberts, 4n chasing a wounded deer had broken a bone in his foot, compelling us to start out as soon as possible. Santa Maria Times. lows: Kinglets are most; iavorea ror babies. Little boys have curls in tho back and bangs in front. Little girls have their hair waved and falling down the back, with a colored ribbon to keep it in place. Some young girls have revived the fashion of light hair nets, with large meshes, in which the hair falls loose and as low down as the middle of the back. This style shows the hair to great advantage, and will probably meet with general ap proval. From sixteen to seventeen years of age the hair is worn high and twisted on' the top of the head. With this method of arranging the hair round hats have no elastics, so as not to con ceal any part of the pretty v. aves which the hair forms when thus raised from the nape of the neck. The hat is fas tened to the hair by a steel pin with a shell or jet head. English Hairdresser. MALTESE AND ANGORA. i, i i ..a i x lAiuuaua "ve uueru iv Lrana- , , rtrttf;Ma WQcbr, oc cutis, and thescalnhas tha smooth and bodv knows or can ascertain. Some , , 1 1- .1 lilt I , l-k, -1 I OLlVyU Mf JlbLkU WUigUiUllUlb 11 bOmiWOw UC I - ' f 1 Till ... . port the Liberty bell back lo Phila- . , , . . shining appearance which we so weli years ago I called at his place and ite "nntinp-" qt t pp Npw am& LUB uresa Ui auLU AureiMUKn5 recognize. It is easv, therefore, to see found an old diary, and in it were degrading. 1 hey might as well Jet that in such a condition as this no re- words something like these: "Jennv a newed growth of the hair is to be ex- may not be called beautiful, but I 7t m 8 ' 7 .r pected, for the anatomical structure loved to look upon her face, and when of the Turk, as to dress in unform which caused its development and con- she appeared upon the stage I stood . j 1 . 1 1 1.1 . . i. M 1 A- 1 1 because foreign era wear I o i t'arri nii .if? rnn cv iltlrk 4--k i.iifTrAnnf n bald heads are utterlv of no avail, pleasure of seeing her. But then I Despite of the fact that there is They served only to illustrate the greed suppose she thought the people had alwavs the crv of want heard aud aud tne impudence of the inventors, as paid to see ner, and didn t want any- i .i ,1 1 , i-i. c i .veil lis liic uieuumv ui uie purcinuser.-j. euunii u Bufc sucn js the desire to escape the has alert tlio forf fhaf fircf. pIqso utuvs vuuv ui-uv .-.wv wi inr cn11 io t tin t n.'irn rr n?iioiA been steadilv decreasing the appearance of "growing old" that no uouoc ruev win noiu .tneir ground ior all time to come. But now arises the question, can not the application of the various agents to the scalp, at the time when the hair is beginning to lose its hold, be of ser- The suici le of Prof. W. H. Kim- wealth has been growing during the vice in stimulating the follicles and one to be cheated. Her turning her head first to the left and then to the right was but the artless manifestation of a simple and beautiful character." On another leaf of the diarv were these words: "And that song-bird sang of a summer coming night. Was it true?" Beneath these words were: "Diamond ornaments and a point lace fan com- -u u nc v,n Qniinn. a I papillai into renewed and permanent has always been perfectly harmless, uxuuuttucvat .auau.cjr, at lcucxuuuu a, aU uupccucu- - - ? T ... ones:on it fs noC D03. and the bovs in Kingston and other Madisonville, Tennessee, was caused tedly rapid rate. It is estimated by sible, on theoretical "Tounds, to say no, places never jeer him as he makes his by the refusal of no less than four high authorities that between 1865 absolutely; but m practical fact that is rounds. y 1 I fha nnlr trim oncii-ar t n rnvi in f li r iroof I I hl5 mi POT Tllftrfn TT1C1TC thp MfT 11. 1 1 ll.l , .1 , 1 1.1 ,t I --4V. VUXI llUly llUJIILl IU ilUVi 1 IX lUb ttUU I -" ..u.w wuwr v young laaies wnom ne naa asKea to ana 16 o tne growth oi weaitn in cue majoritvof cases. The cause of the twice a year to deliver patriotic marry him. Certainly such a desper united kingdom was at the rate of failing of the hair has been already speeches and collect money. His a. lxi -innn nnn nnn a i i i u StatCU, and saie reasoning tCllS US uiaC uauai ftueaKiu piaees are uie euuro ate case was enough to make any man 200 000,000 a year, and probably tbe our 0y hope can bp ,n wUofc hou3e sep3 and t'he opera house step. despondent, but what kind of girls rate in the United States was not restore the failing vitality, and we well piog block. His stereotvped speech, could thev have been? Some muse- much less. Even if we assume that Know tnat we snouid not expect to se- man3 goe omctmng iiko " . . . . a. ... . cure tins on anv otner nart or tne sKin M-ui. -xuree eueera mr ueorge vvasu- um should at once seek them out and the rate ot growth since loo has bv filthv 0ji5 and washes. Proper ington and the great American eagle, give them a place among the freaks, slackened, there can be no doubt a cleansing of the scalp is as important and the goose hangs hih! He invuri ii n. nn,,in;nn f ft0iti, as it is of all o Lher parts: nothing else ably closes his speech with a song sc T.W RflMff;n fka fiQ-p.o alltnat tbe accumulatlon of wealth should be Kcd 0 it'bnt COmmon disconnected that the words cannoi o not he col- n au the more ad- Ine continued ciose covering 01 tne umcuu uuuvauuiuiy uuuua I 1- 1 Z il. 1 a. 1 ' I rn Vi i loot- T-li Itnrn "NTn fit"? tli -- il m n . i iiead wiiii uaia auu eaps is uue un i -v.. iuumihouuuiu Ol the WOrld. -AnfJ I nnnctonf nnncn rf U11nn " I hlS Tl n!sPn;ip:l! t:llt Sllld HTIintpl l?fHhlp. m WONDERFUL has continued at a rapid ral not only sense. There can be little Question but be caught. It is stated that Br- l j here at home, but vanced countries snmfi nnrtinn nf this annually saved Women, in our own communities songs he is always warmly greeted bv r j Ii. . . i . . I i-i. i t r. i r seldom lose tneir nair. excepttrom suu- Mvatjawjiztc cco-rrcss. I den causes: and amon- those nations stock exchange securities. The larger where the head is habitually left bare or part no doubt went to extend business, b.ut slightly covered, baldness is prac- j . .11 xl ir'va.ii uuAiiuti li rvu liio oaiuu unit; to improve laud, to build houses, to the beardt which is of the same clai:s of construct public works, and so on ; hair as that of the scalp, but whieh is always uncovered, does not tail witn age. A reform in our style of head gear is very desirable, but it is not at all likely to be accomplished. The suggestion was some time ago made that bald heads might perhaps be cov- REGION. South- but some portion of it was invested in stock exchange secuiities. Aun the steady investment of new wealt'i year after year has had a great effect According to the Omaha Bee, the upon the prices of securities. While, ered anew with hairby "skin grafting." fnrpicrn Pnfflp mon nf thof ctof aa tro Tiot-p noon olvwo fWo ha hoon O doilbt SUCh bits might be attached. j i v,,.f fUn rrrnniP mfitfpr i mprplv n wild successfully fooling the government, a great diminution in the debts of the fancy, without practical value. Wo They have fenced in 40,000 acres of United States and of the united king-1 ?a.n make "skin grafts'; take hold, but Tkltnlll lanri in I : tlD fn nnnnln J I J J-l U n U. ... 11. I . J J f uu,iu .I wu-jhw owuijir. auu i uum, lucic uaa uecu iu uuutner way a driven off settlers by violence, and diminution in the securities held in now that their title is questioned in the richer countries, owing to the ac- the courfs, they have succeeded in cumulation of wealth in the poorer staving off trial long enough to per- ones. For example, until lately the mit the army of cowTboys and others whom they have hired to file claims on the lmda under the homestead, pre-emption and timber-culture acts. The London Press is not compli mentary to England's "grand old man.'f With the single exception of the Gladstone organ, the Daily News, they all express a feeling that the rev elations in regard to the Afghan fron tier negotiations made by the Russian blue book, are humiliating to British patriotism and an unfavorable reflec tion upon British diplomacy. Point by point, Russia has succeeded in pro curing the consent of the British for eign office to her arrogant demands, and the peace that results -will have been purchased at a price which is dishonoring to the position of Great Britain among the nations of the earth, More than a hundred people have ton killed by the blood-thirsty In- bonds representing the debt of Italy were chiefly abroad, and more partic ularly in France. It is said, however that the growth of wealth in Italy of late years has beea able to buy from foreigners a large portion of the Ital ian bonds held abroad. This ha3 had the necessary effect of diminishing the supply of securities in England, France, and Holland, where the Italian bonds were chiefly held. And in a legs degress, the growth of wealth in other backward counties has been acting in the same way. Each country invests by preferences in its own secu rities, and as the wealth of each country increases, the supply of for eign bonds in the more advanced countries diminishes. Thus the per manent tendency is toward a rise in the prices of stock'exchange securities. This tendency must naturally con tinue to gain force, though it may be checked every now and then, until, from some cause or other, .there is a and the surface raw and exposed, com monly rendered so by disease. Assuming that some person would consent to have his scalp peeled away in preparation for the operation, and then assuming that some other person could be found who would consent to appropriate hi3 own scalp to cutting out the proper bits for the work, yet then the very best possible success musfc be extremely imperfect The denuded surface would heal so rapidly between the "grafts" that no extension on their part cotdd take place, and a head with small specks of hair here and there would be the only attainable result. "Crazy patchwork" is fashionable, but perhaps not many would care to wear it in that way. The result of all seems to be that when baldness has come slowly and naturally, it has come to The Thousands of Island On the ern Coast of Florida. In the St. Lawrence there are ths Thousand Islands. Whether they fail by one or two that complete roundness of ten times one hundred I do not know. On the southern end of the Gulf State there ma be seen on the map a stretch called the Ten Thousand Islands. He was a very unimaginative person, niggardly having a dread ol exaggeration, who named these wonder ful islands. He skimped his nomencla ture. There are not ten thousand islands, there must be a million ol them, and more to spare, almost all of ngroves. To de scribe them were a difficult task. I may succeed, perhaps, in giving a faint idea of their number by asking the reader to think of one of those old mosaic floors the Romans delighted in. The infinite countless little bits of stone are the islands, the cement the water. Island after island- appears emerging out of these blue bays, borne are but a few acres in size, then there are others with an rea of several square miles. Now the channel between them is so narrow that a boat can not pass, and then it expands to a mile wide. Beautiful silent harbors are entered with peninsulas jutting into them, and behind comes labyrinth. It is an endless archipelago, all green and ii: i :f?.i. t vi i stay and our only wisdom is to be con- TB tent. 'ngfiJd (Mass.) Beaubli- here, providing he could only live, and J remain nncaught forever: tracking W" l 111 il y-kll . mm would ne impossiDie. uniy nero JTor do Saratoga monument, ax and there on some of the islands is Schuylerville the Government has ap-. there the aDnearance of land. nerceDt- propriated $70,000, the State Legisla-i ible by a thin ridge. You can tell it rare 2o,WX), and SdO.OOO has been; by the land wood growing on it. Cen raised by private subscription. A plat turies ago this island might have been of four acres within the line ofBur-5 on the sea-front, and some storm goyne's mtrenchmenthaa been bought, threw up the sea-bottom. Stretching and a granite shaft of one hundred and then out in every direction, these in- fifty-five feet there erected, on a blufll tricate islands block the way. There overlooking tne iamous nem oi surren-j may be eight, ten, or twenty miles to der. It remaias to place in the out- cross before the main-land would be side niches the statues of Gates, Schuyj reached, that is, if you had the wings ler and Morgan, leaving Arnold's nicha 0f a man-of-war bird, and could fly. In 1 A. 3 A. 1 ... . i expressly vacant, auu to record witnin. boat, working in and out througn the shaft, on bronze and terra cotta this maze, you would have to row tablets, the leading incidents of th mavbe ont hundred mile, then finally Revolution. Trot Times. -- ABOUT THE HAIR. Hott to Dress It and How to Care For It Valuable 4 Hints. To have beautiful hair and keep it in health requires as much care as the teeth, nails or face. So many twist the hair up in some becoming fashion the year round, and wonder that it gets streaked, thin in spots and seems harsh and dry. The hair should be loosened every night before retiring, combed free from tangles with a bone comb (rubber combs have done much to split and break the hair nearly all have too much electricity to use rubber) ; then use a stiff brush for a long time, brushing from the top to the very ends. It is well for the lady who has a maid for it is impossible to properly brush one's hair if very long. Then braid and fasten the ends with soft silk braid for the night. The scalp should be kept clean and healthy; wash occasionally, and have it thoroughly shampooed two or three times a year as well. To wash, braid the hair loosely in several braids, take a raw egg and rub thoroughly into the scalp (if beaten first it rubs in better), then rinse in cold water with a little ammonia incorporated in it, wring the braids in a coarse towel, sit by a fire or in the sun until dry, then comb out the braids. The braiding prevents much snarling. Where one's hair is thin a quinine lotion will prevent its falling out and give I life to the roots. The rarisian fashions for dressing children's hair art as fol-1 Someth!ij About a Sort of rets That Many Ladles Prefer to Small Dogs. "Is it possible." asked a reporter, "that Maltese and other fancy cats are taking the place of dogs as ladies' pets? It is said that in Washington ladies go out shopping taking with them Maltese eats fastened with gilt chains to their girdles." "Well, I don't know whether cats will ever supplant dogs in the affections of the ladies." laughingly replied Sur geon B. G. Dovey, ns he sat in his office at 26 West Fourth Street, in front of a door marked, "Private," where both dogs and eats were for sale and under medical and surgical treatment; "but there is no doubt that the Maltese and Angora cats have become favorites. Still, there is no greater demand for the former than there was three years ago. The Angora cat has probably in creased in popular favor, and now on any line day one may see ladies driving in Central" Park with the beautiful creatures in their laps. The Maltese, too, argf often taken for a drive, and both they and the Angora seem to en joy the fresh air fully as much as their mistresses do. No, cats are not often taken out walking. A cat is not fond of long walks where there are no fences to climb, and dogs may be en countered, but the lazy luxury of a car riage seems to suit them. The Maltese and Angora cats are very docile and affectionate. The Maltese, probably, can be more easily and thoroughly do mesticated than any other of the feline tribe. They are less expensive than the peerless Angora, but still they come pretty high. I can sell a full-grown male for about twelve dollars, and male kittens for from eight dollars to ten dollars each. The females are cheaper, being worth about live dollars each. A well-grown Maltese cat should weigh about twelve pounds. They are long lived, and, if properly treated, should attain a score of years. A perfect Mal tese cat should be altogether slate colored, without a particle of white. Most of them have six toes, and very large feet, but they may be pure-bred and have small feet and only five toes. They came originally from the island of Malta, but to-day America, or even New York State, produces more Mal tese cafe -than Malta does. "The Maltese cats, as a rule, are hardy, but they are usually lept so closely confined to the house, and often fed so injudiciously, that they are liable to get indigestion, torpid liver, and have fits. When the fits appear death is likely to be near. They are brought to me often when there is no time to treat tliem. Sometimes I am called upon to attend a cat afflicted with what the owner thinks is an absess, or a tumor, but which frequently proves to be a cancer. Nothing then can help them except an opeiation, but if the disease has not made very great progress I can generally operate successfully. With (logs cancer is much more common, and I often hav to remove it. Some times I use ether, sometimes not, as the circumstances require; but I can save life far more frequently than surgeons who treat human patients. "A litter of Maltese kittens numbers from three to seven. They grow quickly, and are very playful and in teresting. The Angora cat is as dif ferent as possible from the Maltese. My wife takes exclusive charge of our stock, and is as devoted to them as though they were children. The An- " gora came, and comes yet, from Per sia, but we raise a good many in thi3 country. They are of various colors pure white, black, white and black, yellow and white, gray aud white steel and white, and mottled but all are alike beautiful. Their hair is very abundant, long, and fine, and soft as silk. Their tads are bushy as- those of foxes. Their ears are small and far apart, and their eyes are large, sagaci ous, and of a light olive color. They live from twenty-five to thirty years. In price they average, for male kittens, forty dollars, and for full-grown males, one hundred and twenty-five dollars; for female kittens, twenty-five, and for full-grown females one hundred dollars. The Angora cat is, I think, J the handsomest small animal that lives." IT. Y. Sun. !4 Chicken Pie: Stew chicken tflj tender, season with one-quarter of a pound of butter, salt and pepper; line the sides of a pie-dish with a rich crust, pour in the stewed chicken, and cover loosly with a crust, first cutting a hole in the center. Have ready a can of oysters; heat the liquor, thicken with a little flour and water, and season with salt, pepper and butter the size of an egg. When it come3 to a boil, pour it over the oysters and about twenty minutes before the pie is done lift the top crust and put them in. The House told. Turnips f or feedmgpurposes should! be used at the rate of a peck a day toA each full-grown cow or. to each teal sheep, Cincinnati Time Sabccribe for the Sunday Baxoo.