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BY CLARA AUSOTAj
C1IAPTBH VI -'Cowmen
Th governor's hoyden daughter had
u viira heart under alt bar carols
XnVv and lbs soon had Agnes fed,
ttawMtl In h suit of her own elothes.
m smugly tucHtd up In bed In bar
TkM wwnry girl toM asleep, and when
h woke she found It was past sunset
its Helen Knltoo wii slttlHff hy her
Taps tin come." she mW: "e
n aim! brush your bslr. and let e
this cluster of rosebuds In your
ntrls-pspft la not ao old that he ha
lost nil tails for beauty."
Akhom aubmltted nulelly, nnd waa lei,
dem to the library by bar young boat-
Tho governor waa a UH. wall-pre-rorvnd
man of 18, with a pleasing ad
dress, a bean gray era. and ft face
rather handsome than otherwise. Helen
14 Annas up before him.
Taat. thla la Miss Agnes Trenholmo
T PrUa. lb haa come hera with a
aeeehd errand to you."
Tim tasvamor greeted bar court
rtmsly. -I am pleased to see Mlaa Trenholme.
t hnow Mr. Ualph vary wall. To what
xm 1 Indebted for thla agreeable eur
Agnes swallowed down tbo sobs that
wo rlaliiK In bar throat by ft brava
flert. Sim had wondarad what aha
should aay to thla man whan at laat (the
jhuidd Rat an audlanca, and now that
Uh time had coma aha had forgotten
wrythlHg aha had Intandad to urge,
liar roursge, ao brave and strong, had
MiilMlilml to notttive waaknaaa. Sha
wflnped down to bar hnaaa on the rug
tutor him. and hunt Into tear.
-My rhlld." ha aald, kindly laying
Iila hnnd on Iter bead, "whnt manna thla
wollon? Speak out Surely you ara not
ufrahl of ma."
"No. but I feel ao tlrad, and so naarly
hopeless! And I dread that you will re
ftte me Hut you mint notl lndead you
must no., for I will take no denial! I
vJll atay bare at your faat until you
jtrani my requaai!"
"Ton forget that you hare not made
I came to aak ao much of you! I
hare trnvelod nesr'y 200 mllaa alone.
braving tho illp!aut of my friends.
Mail tli' Rorn of the world--! have
ram l' ask you to apare hla Ufa tho
Ufa of l.ynde (Irahatn."
The governor brow grew dark.
"Ulii Tronholme, he la a murderer!"
"I tell you he la not! Never rail him
tbua! You wrong him. He la Innocent.
I tell you. before Uod. that If you tat
him go to the gallows, some time you
will repent In dual and ashea the wor
dier you youraalf haveFcnmmltted! Ha
Hrrr4ld that dreadful deed. Ha would
nBl hue harmed a single feather ef
the lowu ti'rd In the woods, 1 do not
Mk you to pardon him -O no, I am
cHHteni with asking hU l!fc a little
raapltc from death until (lod sees fit
In brlna the real assssln to Justice!"
"My poor girl." he aald. aorrowfully,
"1 rajrrt that thla haa happened. 1 pHy
tow. fr I suppose you love thla UMfor-tiiHHt-
Minng man: but I cannot grant
your i.'in''"' From my aoul 1 believe
I.ynd'1 Urnhnm guilty!"
"Do not any mo. You crush out hope
In y hrart' O. I cannot, rannot go
Mirk oor that wear road without the
paper t want' look at me. Governor
fAiln. few lltt'e wfka ago I waa
lappy mid 'ar- fr'- Sow th
hariR' terrible jctir tiai rought.
Your ilniiabier ltl-i iik. her Inuocen
brart !'') fur mr! ; l not know to
wbnr iltiilt eli1 m 't ! rwlured
lie n r'-iful to mi' .m ou would want
mero hun to her'"
ll-iiu irit Into lir father's armn,
aad laid her eoft rhk agalnat hla.
"I'apa. It will not hurt you to let thli
nan live, and It will make bar ao
happy I'll ') without a new bonnet
tbla winter, If you II do bat abe
,VMU." And ahe plnhd hla rhaek.
"alalrap! Mean, how ran you trlfl
fnV naked 'he governor, trying to
frown. "Thla la too i mn a thing to
I "lain. If vnn ilnn'i let liar have the
paper ba wanta, I'll never, no, novar,
klaa you nor pull your whlokara ngaln
M long aa I lire! I iwser It by the
tfifilhly hl alarn faea eofleneil.
Agnaa wjb wntehlng him elotoly. She
mw the eltnnge, nnd her heart leaped
Into bar threat She caught hla hand
and preaaed It to her lip.
"You w make mo happy!" aha erlod.
"Oh, air, (led in heaven bleaa you; nnd
owe time you will thnnk Him that ho
taught you mercy In the cauac of Jua
The governor roao, put Helen ftwny
from him, and draw toward Ills writ
ing mntarlala. Ho wrote rapidly a fow
momenta, algnod hla nnmo nt tho bot
tom of the aheet In hold chnrnetera, nnd
alllxeil the groat aonl of tho elate.
Ho then folded tho dooumant nnd
gave it into the waiting hands of Ag
naa. "There," he anld, "If I hnvo dono
wrong. I hope heaven will pardon mo,
hut no mnn In hla aensoa could resist
two atich women. I hnvo roprlaved
Iyndo (Irnhntn for eighteen months,
and If In that tlmo nothing turns up In
hla faror, he ahnll ho ojcoctitod! Tnko
It nnd lose no tlmo. llemember If you
do not roach Portion by 10 o'clock on
Christmas morning, this nanor for
, MATTERS OP INTItflUdT
Intnn t)H ttntliil Hint Alton! Onltlrn
(Inn of ilia Hall nnd VlfliU Tlicrnnl
llnrilruiiurn, VUliultiiro unit l'iirl-tiitturck
rope wni nlready ndjtiitod, tho oarpsn. P A mf AND GARDEN
Ur stood ready, waiting tho ahorlff'a L Lai 1J UillUll.
ward to let tho drop fall, nnd the alg- "
nnl would havo been given In nnotner
Tho voice of Agnes rang out, over nnd
nbove nil the confused noises of tho
"A reprieve! A reprierol'
She held aloft tho paper they eaw
tho great seal of tho atnto.
"A reprieve from tho governor," he
aald, and fell senseless, oven na she m tj A VINO to depend
apoke, Into the nrms of old Dr. Hudson, II ontlroly In ngrleul-
who rushed forward to reeetve her. ..( ?- lura on the success
The sheriff rend tho roprlovo nloud, yek(?J ot VlM In tho
nnd then removing tho ropo, ho led tho yStrsi ""'d" lo furnish
prlaonar down the steps of tho scaffold. human food and
In all his enptlvlty no one had over r3Rvv nnln'nl fodder, tho
heard lynde nsk a nlnglo favor, but O'ii J7 former should un
nnw he sntd lo tho nrtlolnl: vV y 4 doratnnd how
"Urant me this. Miss Tronhplmo hna ') J plnnta grow. The
aaveil me n llltlo longer to llfo allow ,1, n n tarornhlo
me to pass near enough to her to touoli condition ot the
her clothes." B0, put He root downward, to
Tho sheriff slarod, but Indulgod tho frUlt upward Inter on. Tho
wish. Orahnm went up to whoro eho'i,Ml condition demand humus to
lay, n grand crowd around her, nnd Dr. mi0 ,,Bnt flotJli minora! mat
Hudson and n brother physlolan np- J trr, t0 furnish fibre, glazing nnd
plying restorntlve. Ho atoopod down tubing to rotnln aollda In solution, nnd
nnd looked Into hor fneo. Oh, how very carry In wnter nil particles that aro
white and donthly sho lookodl Oratum J rcrjulslto and necoseary to tholr own
llfletl the soiled mnutle sho woro, and places In tho plant structures, drawn
touched tho hem reverently with his by tho rays of tho sun. Hcnco the first
lips. Then bo turned away, nnd wont law nlvon to mnn by '.doses, In Oonosls:
back to his dreary prison house. "Let tho earth bring forth grass, hirb-
Agnoa waa tnken to tho resldonoo of , bearing eeod (weeds), treos bearing
nr. Hudson, and cared for as well na , fruit, whoso seed Is In Itsolf." It waa so,
could bo. Hut she had endured ao much, I and (lod nnw it waa good. "Nature
both mentally nnd physically, that life ' absorbs a vacuum." Animals hnto bnro
hung upon n thread, nnd for dnys sho ground. Mnny farmers believe that
Iny In a stupor so closely resembling , plants broalho. They cannot without
death that at tlmos thoso who watched j lungs. To rosplro, to Inhnlo nnd oxhnlo
her could not toll whothor or not tho air, honco to live. Tho notion of sun
bronth still lingered. Rhlno on tho loaves of planta Is to drnw
nut tnero had nlwaya been about hlilpFTDt? rnMCTHUTTmitf
plneo Borne brushwood or trees for VUK1 'LUiliOUiVll I lUiN,
Mrs. Trenholmo braved tho dlsplons-
tiro ot her eon ,nnd camo down nt onco
to nurso her, and when, nftor ten days
of stupor, her dlsoaso culmlnntod In
which you have dared no much will be hraln fevor of tho most violent typo,
ft dead letter!"
Sha stooped ovor him ami touched her
Hps to hla forehead In utter silence.
Only Clod knowa how much at that tlmo
ahe reverod Archibald Fulton.
The groom brought her horso, fod
and refreshed, to tho door, nnd assisted
her to the eaddlo. Holon wont out nnd
took her hnnd. Thoro waa a suspicions
moisture In tho oyoa of this wild girl
that the damp fogs of night did not
"I lovo you. Mlaa Trenholmo," she
aald gently. "I ndmlro ao much your
courage, and your faith In tho mnn you
lovo. I do hope you will bo In tlmo. And
some day I moan to know you hotter.
The groom loosed tho roln nnd
through tho gloom rldor and horse
mulshed from tho sight of Helen Fulton.
alio wroto thus lo her son
"Itnlph, Agnos Is sick unto death. If
you could sit beside bar as I do, and
listen to her unconscious ravings, and
through them loarn how terribly she
had suffered, you would forglvo her.
Oh, Ralph, by tho momory of your dead
father, 1 Implore you to como to list
Hut Italph, still hntighty and unro-
! lentlng In his cruel pride, nnsworod:
I ''Mother, It Is usolcss to plead for hor.
She has brought our honored namo to
disgrace by the courso alio haa takou.
I cannot forglvo ber! Halph."
Hut that night, when ho retired to
real, no slcop on mo to Ralph Tronholmo.
He saw the pnlo face of Agnos as ho had
last seen It. Sho laid a little cold hnnd
on his arm and with n owcut, sad volco
nskod him to pardon nnd lovo hor. He
started up, his brow wet with n chill
perspiration, his hoart heating loudly.
Hut at last ho slept, and, sleeping, n
vision camo to him. He stood In tho
molsturo out of thorn, through tho
plnnfa Btruoturo, directly from tho
During tho past summer, hundreds
of trcca on our farms, In shallow soils,
dried up, nnd died for lack ot molsturo
In tho earth, within tho roach of their
In tho dry countries ot Iowa the
meadawa and pastures nonr are very
bnro ground. Honco halt tho number
of oattlo for tho noxt summer pasture
will bo tho wlsost policy for prontnblo
results, "dross onough for two cows,
but one cow on." In ovorgreon and
dccldtinna trees, tho loaves that lack
sunshine soon din. A plckot fenoo will
destroy plant leaves nnd bronchos in
Its Rhndow. During tho past summer
In sutiHhlno with molsturo tho plant
growths wuro prolific. On tho lawn, all
trcos ovorslmdowod in part, all day
long, tho shaded part died, while thoso
porta ahouo on nt aonio tlmo in tho
day lived nnd mndo rt healthy growth.
Tho huh can draw molsturo out of
planta, but uovcr drive It Into thorn.
od not to have urg
oil Agnoa to use ex
pedition; sha ro-
I hnvo aovcrnl poatttros ot flvo aoros
to 200 ncrea. I koop no oertnln number
In each pasturo, hut change aocordlng
to Reason and tho amount or stool: jm
, hand. Usually try to beep each lifnd
py. KUl.TON need- ,. ll0g0 nl tho foot of tho gar
den. Tho time woa Juno, for thoro woro
roses In bloom nt tho mouth of tho nr-
Itir UtrAnttv (hnrn flnnfMl ttnntl llin
i ... te haven . lr rw,(,ftte nlr "V Mnr,"a- ,0 T V "self, nnil- ahaugo about
own t r lb tl,e ",ue r'' nn'1 Mt 1,10 tMtt 0t th0 to give a variety of feed. Sonic
iv ti, J i m I BOl,,e" lm,r "8 U wo,,t nBalD,t 1,18 , tlmos havo to hoop horses, sheep and
gentleman be- ! ..U'p, he aald, "dear Ralph, put'
thought blmsa f of , HfW, T(mMnCe. u belonga nnio (lod
w"nl 01 .lone, and he will hrlnir It to twss! Also
ry III permitting ,.. onliln wrath, nnd no tn vnnr slatnr.
She la catling you, and r, your guard-
ftf I Inn anlrlt Mil vnn nlim- MlH annimnnot"
JuV upon. I believe that death about J aaaaw.
iter to leave alone on
dangerous n Journey, aeon
tar ahe departm!, and he Immediately
I iltaniilalml nun nt thn urmltli nn linius.
boek to aaeort her. The man wna well
mouulml and ho overtook her n few
miles nn her way and they rode to
gether until tho ovenlng of the Slth,
whan she dlnmlaeed htm. Sha pr afar rail
to go on nlnnoj She hatted until nftor
midnight to root hor horse, and (lieu
at forth. She had seventy-five milts to
rlda before ton In the morning,
lltttween tho hours of ton and two)
Tha fearful words of the sentence
rang cenatnnlly In her eara. What It
aha were not In time? O, whrt If ahe
were not? Tho thought waa agony. She
unveil on her Jaded horse by every
ma.ua In her power. Ten miles from
Portlea. It teemed .8 If the animal waa
about spent . Ha trembled, uggered 1
and waa about to fall, but Agnes sprang
on and saetbed and encouraged him
with voice and baud, and then by-nnd-1
by mounted again and went oh. 0. bow
heavy ber heart waa! Despair bad al
most seised her. It Java gave out. than !
.it! was oer. Sha Beamed, even than,
to bear tha J ears of the cruel crowd, .
the mocking about., tha heartless
Ht ill her horae staggared on, but bla
lirath rame hot and thick, and tho
f am atood upon hla Hanks Ilka newLy
i (a ten snow.
I Sbe looked at her watch, Half past
; 10! If sha should be too late! Tha world
whirled round before bar. There was a
great roar In bar ears. Ilka tha rush of
the aa. upon the rocky coast. It grew
so dark aha could not see. Sba grouped
the naek Of bar horse for support, bar
ronfuaad bead (ailing on tha put at the
cnttlo In eflino paaturos, but think
hnrsoa nnd sheep do hast, nnd cnttlo
with hogs If neoaaanry tn mix them.
Cattle do not do well with sheep, nor
hnrsen with hogs. I'nrt of my pastures
are wild grass, part are toil Into Juno
nnd blue-grass, nnd part aro old tim
othy inoadnws run Into Jtine grass.
Tame pasture are blaok loam nnd
sandy with clny subsoil. Wild pantures
are mucky loam. Often feed, cows fod
der, straw nnd damaged liny on pas
turea near Iku-ub. Soinotlmoa njt bam
yard manure on paature U no other
(TO MK COXTINUBI) I
Irfiliniirhirh' I.I 1 1 tn .Inkit.
Notice- Several Inlluentlal dowagers
have combined together to charter tha
steamship Frisco, 0,000 tons, fur tha
mirtioee of convevlliK a annus nt ilksan-
pelnted Urltlsh girls to America, with' place In available. Like both trees and
a view ot disposing of them ndvnntng- shoda In pasture and barim for winter,
miusly In the states. Attention, la earu- Havo no wnda, hut ruunliiR stream In
oatly requested to the circumstance opon ditches nnd windmills with tanks.
that presentation at court Im desirable, Am cumpellad to hnvo both tile and
since Importance Is attached te thla , open ditches. Prefer tile, would bow
social formality across tha Atlantic, J several kinds of those adapted to soil
and Indies who hnvo nttoudud a draw-! nnd climate. Havo boiiiu rail, wine
tug room may, therefore, tie expected ( live board, aonio barh-wlro and aomo
to obtain moro aaustnciory terms man i woven wire, i-reier wovon wire nvo
them lo work on. Tho scattering rt
aomo kind of grain on tho ground
would serve to keep them away from
Mr. AiiHUstlnn sueaeatod that thero
must be different varieties of wf Id rab
bit., for the kind that lived In his vloln.
ity began to gnaw the trees aa early na
Mr. nilbort protects his treoa by Using
only common wrapping paper, buoii na
Kcnn lio obtained In any groeery or dry
goods Rtoro. Hi. t ars those papers Into
strips eight Inehaa wide. These ho
wraps nround tho ireo on tho bins, be
ginning nonr tho ground, and stopping
twenty Inehea above It, where be ties
A dlseusslon nroso on tho valuo ot
tho yellow transparent for commercial
orehnrda. Some believed It n mistake
to plant largely of this vnrlety on no
on tint of Its poor keeping qualities.
However, wlion In good ahape, KtboIIs
readily, and mon from Southern Illi
nois expressed great faith In Its com
Much tlmo wan devotod to tho discus
sion of tha efficiency of spraying, nnd
BUGcofutM nnd falluros woro reported.
Tho prevailing opinion wna Hint tho
failures woro due to Ignorance In do
ing tha work.
Question. How muny hnvo experi
mented with tprnylni: mixtures?
Twcnty-sovon replied nirirmntlvely.
(locution, How mnny recommend
Thlrty-fivo votes were oast for it, and
nono against It.
Tho growing of small (rults wna dls
cushed, and tho growing ot slrnwhorrlos
In hills came up. Whllo bill aulturo
glvea large, flno borrlos, yot growora
on a largo sonlo do not follow It, na
It doos not pay for tho extra trouble.
Tbo Question ot fertilizers was dls
ousted at length. Tho most Impor
tant point developed waa that tho ox-
tensive use ot barnyard mauuro mndo
It posslhla for the soil to use n groator
mats ot chomloal fertilizers than It
It were not used at all. Thus In tho
neighborhood of large altloalbe market
gardonorH nro onnblod to uso Immense
nun n till os ot commercial fertilizers be
can so thoy also uso tmmenso auantltlco
of barnyard mnnuro,
Mr. Morrill, at Mlohlgnn, spoiio on tno
marketing ot fruit. Tbo llrst requisite
la to hnvo something doslrable to mnr
hot Ho could not toll a- mnn how to
market undoslrnhlo fruit Tbo great
nocosslty with formers Is to hiaru how
to co-operate In tho solo ot goods. Tho
co-oporntlvo organizations havo largoly
fnllod for the reason that thoro ueemcd
a Jenlousy ngalnst nny man being paid
to look after tho work. Uo bollovcil
tho tlmo lo ho approaching: wlmn farm-
erti would uso moro uusineso-iiKe
Tho superintendent of; the Innanonsy
lum at Kanknkoo spoko an tho groat
succoBA of Irrigation nt that plucn. The
water for tho Irrigation, works Is
pumped by steam ouginen thai nan sup
ply from 100,000 to 200,000 gallons per
day. Tho cost for this pumping Is only
throo-tontliH of n oont per thousand
gallons. During JLho Inst nontton they
had raised vcgolaulea worth owr c,000,
Hv a vote of tho aooloty tlia !lto mem.
borahlp feo waa reduced from $20 to
Tho election of oitloera raaiilttHl In tbo
following choice: Provident,. Mr. Good
rich; vice-president, Lorn Small; sec
retnry. H. Al. Dunlaju troaaurer, Ar
Tho noxt minimi. mooting wlll be hem
William uotild apalte on the otiltl
vntlon of grape. Ho plnutti 8x3 or
7x9, which clvoa about 700 vinos to the
T. A,KI(tiiin( SI, V (irrr In Nnnit I'rra
Two IlnttUs of Hit llriiiot)- l Uurn
Cvntnniptlnti, uml nil r.ung Tronhlti,
OTIIINOcould bo fairer
or moro philanthropic
than tho olfor of T. A.
ing Chemist, of ij
I'enrl street, NofJ
Perfectly confident that lie lias an nb-
soluto remedy for tho Curo of Consump
tion and all Pulmonary Affections (and to
Increase its usofutness, and mako its
crcnt merits known), will stud m V
frtt to nnrcader who istMiredsa;
from Throat, Chest, nnd Lung Troubles
Already tills scientific treatment, by it)
tlmoly uso, has permanently cured thou
sands of oases.
Knowing his remedy as ho docs, ami
being so proof-positive of its beneficent
results, he considers It his religious duty,
n duty which ho owos to humanity, to
donnto his Infallible specific remedy.
Offered freely, is enough to oommend
It and moro m Is tho perfect confidence
of tha groat chemist making tha offer.
Thoro will bo no mlstako in sending
tha mlstako wilt bo in overlooking tho
goncrous invltntton ; thoonlyoxponsoto
tho sufferer bolng slight oxpross chnrgos
on delivery of tho remedy.
Mnll your express and pnstofFlco ad
dress to T. A. Slocum, M.C., 1S3 Poart
street, Now York, ami mention reading
'ills article- In this paper.
An occasional drubbing will do most
tny man good.
It the llaliy Is outtlng Teeth.
.)- !ulliteM will tried TmtT, H
WutLOWiBMiuiM Srnvr (erOlilklrtitTtetliUg.
When a woman glvaa n jwi'tj. abo
nlo gives tho neighbors an ap0f tunlty
to bilk nlwut liar.
(,'olorniln (Inlil Mlnre.
If you aro Inturestoil In 110W mining
or wish to keop jiostod regarding tho
womlnrftil strldoti bolng muuu in Colo
rado, it will pity you to send Ilfty
cents for n yonr'a suimirlptlon to Tho
Hold Minor, nn illustrated monthly pa-
pur published nt Donvor.
Homo lonelier liato tho children and
some clilldrun unto tlio toaouar.
Fomo iwnplo nro o Influenced by tho olretrlo
rorri'nts ot tlio ntinmphcro tli.it they can fore
tell tlio coming of n lliioiilerlorm with ior fee t
icuriicy, nnd otliors there aro with nerve mi
nonsltlfu that they are sura ot tmvtnif neural
gia from o low nnd fretful itnte of ttte nor-
ViMlt HTH0I1I. -ovr WI17 rnu i hid iniior m
WHrntn! In Hum sml know Hint 11 11 oil"" ot
r'-vtnllou In wiulb a ouiuHt etirS. In bia
81. JneolmOll promptly Hill wardnlt nn nltaok,
or Jf MtnoUwl, will promptly cure. 8oh po-
plrrstido ror tliemioivoH wiint miiers 110 ironi
weetlicr preplirrliM, licetl Iliu signals and save
the wreck and dlnulor.
If you want to bo n man llrst retolvo
to pay j our dobU.
thrjsa who have not. Tho ateamshlp
Frlaeo, accardlrfg to present nrrango
manu, wilt anil from Southampton for
New York on October 111 next All In
quiries aa to terms, etc.. should be ad
dressed to the secret try, 38 Ilolgrnvo
artuare. S. W. Olllew hours. 10 n. m. to
6 p. m. upon weak days; Saturdaya,
close at t p. w. London Truth.
IllMnU lliirllMiltnntl (!nurntlfiii.
(From Farntara' ltavlew.)
The fourteenth annual aanventlou of
tho Illinois Hortlauluirni society was
held nl Kankakeo recently.
In reviewing the (suit Hits for
Illinois n dlacuaaton aroaa on, the pro-
Hwrn Tiirrn. taction or fruit trees irom rouenia. va
When Col, Ingaraoll wna In Hngland rloua inathoils ware a4vatad, nmonr
tliam baiug nan oil anal nxie grease,
There wna, however, danger of using
thaae too much, eapaaielly on young
ha visited St. IHiub cathedral for the
first time. As ha waa osntatuplatlng the
tomb ot Walllngtou tha guide aald:
"That, sir, Is Um torn ot the great
est military 'era Ituaepe or the 'ale
1-orld lievar know I-ard AValllngton's.
'ihla marble sarchMpbugos weighs 43
tone, lllnsldtt ttmt Is a steal raoaplacla
traaa. Instances wat given where
Hiieh treatment bail raaulted In tha
death ot the trees. Tire, ten years old
would not ba hartnad by tha traa.
ment An apple ajrwwer aald he knew
walgh ug H taws, ast htnatda that la a1 f w-w? f?0"? lr.lb!k1l
n . .... . . kail un Mlla.1 W naliiv inn ranch nil.
ba th- fate of all murderers."
Tbc face of Agnoa grew stern as hi'
.wit 'It voice had a iti.'1-like ring.
-And so do 1. with my whole aoul! If
I thought him guilty, I wouM sot
Mk a word to aave him I laved tha
Onl for a moment. The anxiety
within brought bar te her salt. Sha
looked around hor. Sba waa vary near
Portlea. There wara many pmhIo mov
ing to aad If. A great erewd ftiled tha
streets. Sha teak a road to the Jail yerd.
mwrdrrnd girl as fondly as I could have 1 Tha crowd waa terribly denea. but Ag
levad - "wn sister end I wswa give
iiaU my -fe to ha-' the real igftrderer
mitt for hla rrloir Hut tn tfU ease
tlio law haa fastaoad on the wrong pr
bh. and a rurhraal) : jii chain of
s4reuiuataniln1 evldan ha ao tosely
vand Itself aboui him. that It was tm-
Bible for the Jury to do otherwn-)
convict him Ho' for all that n I
jtajtlt'ai- fh ir -i .e mn a r-priev- it
SWtr fer "" ' ''' !J"n'
IMy tx , 'I. I In
Jt l ! 11,1
'Only for one esr' air, I wl l not
let you ir. in',' von rl'M"' She look-I
up 'nij l fi'c ! r rye strejmlni
ll-'.i ' dc r.r. srm around his uci U
aa aaw nothlHg snvo timi Hornaia
frame work ot timber, raised high
above tha stone walls ot the Jail, and
leaden casket 'ermatleally arlad,
weighing ertr two tans. 1 1 Ins Ids that
la a mattgHfty eatiifl. 'oldlng tba ashai
ef tha grant 'ere."
"WatL" aald the eatanel, after think
ing a while. "I guess you've got him.
If baevar gets out ef that, sable me at
had been killed ha- walng too much oil.
Mr. Williams had bean ualng fer
twelve years a uslut made ot soap, tar,
sulphur and Hum. He put It on Hie
trees with a aemmon paint brush. It
makes n thotuugh glaze and will destroy
every Insect He bo I levee also that this.
1 paint baa tba teudency to protect trout
Hin-soald. The little lime In It, whan
the dry weather comas, turns the mass
to a grayish eolor that throws oft the
The NnlUnM TrnHhlre.
If llm Hllllatf'a mm nf lilt tartinsjl
were net full to overflowing, with tho1 rays of the aun nnd thus keeps the bark
of the treo from erneklng.
One man that had tried tarred paper
snlrlt ot revolt stalking through Ar-
nnil MflPMlBlllll. nnd nviin In llin
.t.n.inv nr hi. naiuM at rtanst.ntinnnin I thought there waa great dnhivH: from
.unilw an the platform, a very prlnao 1 new oowas a petition from Crete ro- j M. " nl nh."
among them all. tha la . ereot farm or questing me powers 10 iniarveno in tno "'"",- ": "' ,ni7i..
Lynde Orh.Mt I affairs of the Island and put an end to " Ur from he Us lta the
l . .... . . ...iti ux, ......miuiniwi hv itmni.P mwi ' tree. He liftil triad paiuir made out
mam wm um: nor sn i.iw. ' " " 1 ,i ,i ,,.i ti.i.
rniilne. ef wbloii iMeuraunaara the vie- u " """ "" ' "
Utlg. In a little while it may no to work very wall. I It were but taken
err etviy enougu in me aen. no uuw
uses strong muslin, putting It en every
Sulphur for'Shoep Tho American
Sheep Breeder says: Whllo Riilphur Is
Indlspeiiaablo for nhoep, ns furnlsblng
ono ot tho Important olomonta ot the
flaeoe, It must he given In auoii a way
ns to bo nvnllublo for thla purpose. It
must be In tho food. It cannot bo given
In the crmlo form, In which it la not a
food, but nn notlvo medlolno, producing
n laxative notion on tbo bowuls and an
oxoesslvo excretion through the skin.
It is this whleh makes It useful as an
nntldoto to all kinds of pnsHsltes, tho
sulphur thus passing through the akin
being extremely onanaive to an in-
seeta. Hut Us action on the akin Is to
open tha poraa and thus make the ani
mal more subject to changes at tbo
weather, and especially to Injury by
rains. It In thus not desirable to glvo
sulphur na fond or nutriment oxeept
In the food, such as wiuia muatarti or
nny other plant st the turnip and cab
TranaplantlngIargB Trees. (Inrden
lug give this method, ami wo pan oer-
tlfy tn Its tielng a good one: wo prefer
doing tbbt U the spring, Md would pre-
pHB tor It bow. If you, want to move
a medecntsly la'ge tree, nay four, live
oc mn six Inches In diameter ot trunk,
usU spring, head In lia top now nil
ywu thluk ought te be done at planting
ttaae. then mark a rlag on tba groom!
Meucd nnd four, fire, six or more feet
away from the stem, the dlstanee away
depending on tho size of tho tree. Now,
along, but outside ef thla ring mark,
dig a narrow trench Bay three
feet deep, tho object being to out away
all roots projecting beyond It, nnd till
up tho treueh at once with the en tno ooil
that on me out ot It Ily spring tho tree
will have fairly recovered from the
shock eaused by cutting In root and top,
and may be dug up and transplanted
with fair chances of sueeess.
Kvory poor singer doubtless oneo led
a church ohnlr.
llto's Cure for Cnniumntlon I the best of
til Kirti eures. Oaorae U'. IaHi. Fabueher.
U Aoguit 40, m.
No man is smnrt ouougli to Iw funny
when ho I drunk.
sruKidd only In txixe. They are wonderfully
Hctile (or Cougli und Throat Troublo.
All mui rlml men uro bettor ott tlutu
Mid old Uiuholoi'H.
Thn Sloil'lll tvr
Commends Itself lo tho well-informed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
wns formerly dono lit the orUdest irmU
nor nnd disagreeable as well. To olennao
inn MVttlAtn 111111 lirnnic uii utlliip limit"
uc)iM. nnd fevers without utipjensnnt
laxative remedy, flyrun of Figs. Mnnu
almost to bnratlng.
"Yet a little more. Java, and It Is
dona!" aha cried; bat tho par boast
roo d do no more be reeled awl sahk
on hla knees, with aesnetblHg that
un l' l llkn tba sigh at a Unman be
ing In despair.
Asm epraag from tha saddle and
.!.. !ud !'ini0.h Ihe ix'-ltel crowd.
1 1.. - i-r ! I.efore hir. and he reach -
I t: 1 t .. foot o Die fcirfolJ Tlio
UIHS. Hi a iiie wune it may
b)Hgr ba nacaos.ry to partltlen Tur
kafi tha empire at tha Ottomans will
fall asunder through sheer rotlenueas.
At a Ha to llklannr.
riarn All the girls are taking box
ing lessons Aren't you scared?
Young Itai'belor No, I always kou
away from bircetR counters.
fall and taking it off every spring. He
bad tried this now for three years.
Mr. Ilurnhanlt expressed himself as
certain that the rabbits would let the
I trees alone If they only had enough or
'other thlnga to est. He had been set
1 ting out treea for twenty-five ars and
! tad never had spy trouble (real rabbits.
Armour Buying Corn. P. D. Armour,
the mlnlonalro packer, is making or
rangemtuta to criu an onormoits
amount pt corn In Iowa this year. Ho
Is bullil'ng cribs all along the Chi
cane. Milwaukee & 8t Paul road and
lias arranged with the Dae Moines,
Northern and Western railway eom
pany te construct along their line ot
mod orfbs which will hold 789,000
bushels ef corn. The road already bus
cribs with a capacity ot 1 ,000,0 W
nfter effects, uso the delightful Itnuta
inxntive remetiy. nyrup or ins. .-inu-fuetureil
by Cnllfornla Vlg Syrup Com
After all nn nelilng liania does uotf
hurt like 1111 nulling tootli.
Them la more Catarrh In tills section
of tba cnuntry than all other disease
put togntliar, and until the last tew
years was supposed 10 be Incurable.
Tor n great many years doctors pro
imiinnail it it o,-al dlsena. and pre-
serlbed local nniedles, and by constant
ly fulling lo cure Willi local iriiniMii,
Itroiiouiiceti 11 iiioiirni. ovwii"' n
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by I. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, Is the only eonsillti-
tlonal cur on me ronrKn. u mnvu
Internally. In doans from ten drops to a.
teaspovnfUl. It acia oiracur on uie
blood and mucous surfac. ot tht ays.
tern. They offer una iiunurau imuars
anv i-au it (alia lo cure. Sand fer
circulars and tesihnpnliil. Address
v. j. ciirari" nHfue. u,
Hold by druggists; ?e.
flail's ramify I'ltls, nt.
One way to become dlaboiwat Is H
hjioml other iieopla's nionoy.
Till'. WOItl,l'K K.Itr.lItHT I'OTATO,
'Jliut's Bulxar- P.arllast. lit for use In
38 days. SuUer's new lute tomato,
Champion of tha World, Is praaouneed
tho Heaviest viewer in me worm, uiw
wo ohallongu you to produoe lu equal!
10 uoros to Saliar's KnrllMt Pqtntoei
yield tOUi) bushels, sold In June at si ou
a bushel -$1000. That pay. A word
to the wlen, otO.
Now If )m will cut Hits r.nt end lend
It wllh 1th- postage you will gt. free,
10 lmeknMos grains and grasses, In
cluding Taorflite, Iuthyrus, Sand
Veteh.OiautSiiurry. (llnnt Clover, ate.,
mid our mammoth seed eutuloguo. w.n
(July throe out of ev.iry bumli ed meu
engaged In biulneas ewupu failure at
tome tlmo during their career.