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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The hew Phiiip Delphi times. Samuel Moore proper new Philadelphia Ohio. The Linden tree. My neighbor Helm the Carpenter who lives across the Way. Went out to fell the Linden tree before his door to Day. 1 cried astonished a neighbor Helm what have you in your mind this tree protects your Little Homo from weather and from he paused a moment from the work and fixed his eyes on me gazed Long intent and lovingly up to the dear a old tree then vesting both hands on the axe to bowed a his aged head and leaning against the Linden a thank you neighbor a softly said. A this tree my father planted on the Day Whon i was born it has Greene and blossomed yearly until past its Seventieth morn my Young Bride on our marriage Day in girlish Pride and glee adorned my hat with leaflets plucked from this same Linden tree. For All our guests this Little House was far too Low and Small so underneath the Linden was the banquet spread for All and when to bless our Happy Homo Ere Long a dear Sou came. In Pride and Joy 1 grave upon the Linden a bark his name. The Linden grew and flourished the boy became a Many a Soldier and on s Plain stood in the army a Van a hat All decked Avith Linden to the Battlefield he wore. He fell by Leipsic a ramparts and we never saw him More. There a a Tablet in our Church Wall and of it these words staud Toung Francis Helm who nobly died for King and my wife and i am d our tears thank god no More she grieves wove round the sad memorial a Wreath of Liu Deu leaves. Our life so it est Days were ended our Hope and Joy had fled. What could life give of gladness now our Noble boy was dead too deeply on the old wife s Hoart grief for her Darling Prest. And god to Day hath freed her from Earth s sorrow und unrest. So. Neighbor this is Why i now Cut Down the Linden tree its Wood will make a coffin for my life s Ono love and to. Hearts linked boo ours in Joy and woo death will not Long Divide. So Lay me in that dreamless Sloop close by Tho old wife a a after the Herman in Boston transcript. They nearly parted. Tho narrow escape of a lovers Quartetti. A Well if you can to get your own consent mrs. Deery i suppose you can to said or. Perrin his reproachful gaze fixed upon the pro menacing the widow s plump wrist. A i had hoped on reflection you d come to consider my proposal favourably but it seems you think you could t be Happy with �?o1 be Happy with Rox Anna a responded the lady impetuously then checking herself she hushed like the Woodbine at the window and in her turn gazed Down upon the Itin rating . A ooh if you refuse me on account of sister mis. Deery i really can to take a no for an answer a cried her suitor looking up with an encouraged air. The widow s gaze never swerved from the insect now chaffing its still on de Little e legs upon her thumb. A you d have no trouble in getting on with sister i la Wager a pursued the eager wooer. A you rarely see an evener tempered a yes that s just it or. Perrin Rox annals too perfect a broke Forth the lady brushing away the with startling Energy. A it would fidget me to death to live with her. She s a chosen vessel and in a Only common the widow Deery common Clay indeed or. Perrin would have divined the contrary unaided by the Olli Cious Sunbeam which darted in at that instant to Point out her manifold attractions. Being deeply in love he took advantage of his Opportunity to pay a handsome compliment and to renew his suit. For one intoxicating moment his fair listener wavered but the moment passed. A hush please or. Perrin Don t Isay any More about it a cried she with a wilful toss of her bewitching Brown curls. �?o1 might care for you a a the timor in her voice was very nearly his undoing might care for you i but i could t breath with Roxanna. Think How my Little boy would worry flier she speak an unkind word but every time he left stick Finger prints on a door i should feel that she was wishing that he and his i Mot her had staid away.�?�. A i might a or. Perrin paused shocked at his base impulse. Had he a actually been about to remark that he might provide sister with another Jhoma a sister who but for Devotion Ito his interests might now be Matronik ing a household of her own dear faithful Roxanna could be Ever re a piste her for those weary years of watching beside the Couch of his helpless dying wife the full measure of her self sacrifice he had not known at the time but he now had no doubt that for Climena a Sake and his she Hail discarded Joel Kirby. No no sister should never be requested to vacate the dwelling Over which she had ruled so Long and so Well and to or. Perrin s credit be it stated that in the ardor of his passion for the Little widow lie closed his lips upon the disloyal words that perchance might have won her and strode Forth from her cottage a rejected Lover. A if Kirby should want Roxanna now As much As according to accounts he wanted her before he went to California Why it might straighten things a mused he plodding Despo Dently along the path through the Fields a but they say he Lias an Eye Oil his Cousin Martha. Naturally he would be looking for somebody younger than sister she has faded. There s an Odds in and the Lover s thoughts reverted to the buxom widow Little younger than Roxanna yet no More faded that a morning glory at Sunrise. Or. Perrin s feet had traversed Tho the Meadow and ascended the slope of the pasture adjoining the Highway Ere his mind caught up with them. Then he murmured half audibly wonder whether Kirby did Call this afternoon when 1 saw his team coming Over the Bridge it struck me i might As Well steal of through the Orchard. Considering he a in the neighbourhood looking u his old friends he can to civilly pass by Roxanna and i would t be a hindrance in Case a his Soliloquy merged in a Low Whis a file f satisfaction. He had reached the bars opposite his own Gate his for feet in a hollow pawed by their impatience stood or. Kirby a Gray sorrel. At the spectacle or. Perrin Siivart bounded within him and he clutched the Topmost rail for support. Should he Lead the forgotten horse away to the stable or should he by so cd oing appear to take too much or granted lie desired to be Hospit Able he desired to be exceedingly hospitable but he must not convey the impression that he was overzealous for a brother in Law and thus annoy Roxanna. Sister was so fastidious. In unprecedented excitement the habitually easy going Man debated with himself regarding the course of conduct befitting this exceptional occasion and finally judged it Best to interfere with the probable wooing in 110 particular. Accordingly he crept quietly around to the porch door with a surreptitious at the sitting room window in passing. A brisk fire of chips revealed to him his rather Prim Blond sister seated in a Low Rocker before the Hearth and Joel Kirby leaning against the mantel near her voluble discoursing. A a they be opened the Ball without to i guess a mused the skulking Host facetiously As lie hitched his chair along to the Kitchen stove to warm his feet in the oven. A seeing that its the first visit i must say Joel Sticks it out Well. Unquestionably he Means business. What a to prevent he a a first rate fellow and �?T11 make a kind husband. If i Wasny to sure of that i consent to his having Roxanna. 1 should hate to have him take her out to California. I Hope it is True that he has bought Back the old Homestead. Well Well i like to be a Little mouse in the sitting room Wall about this time a could he have had his wish a most astounded Little mouse would the worthy Man have Persona Ted. A you Are the most morbidly conscientious person Roxy that i know of a or. Kirby was saying with a frown that scored his forehead with horizontal wrinkles like the staff in written music. A if i could Only convince you that it was your duty to be my wife i should stand some Chance of getting you but unluckily for me you be cherished this notion that you ought to keep House for your brother till you a a brother needs me a murmured miss Roxanna tears swelling in her eyes of a baby a and Don t i need you Haven to i some rights during your stricken Sisters illness i consented to waive these but now she is gone and i want a a done to Joel Don to Iell you 1 do and i can to help it a cried or. Kirby with grim humor. A when 1 could t move you by letter 1 resolved id come and speak for myself. You used to say you loved me Roxy. Can to you a a you know plenty of other ladies Joel younger and More pleasing a faltered miss Roxanna nervously smoothing the Pale gilding of hair that framed her temples in a gothic Arch. A a they Are nothing to me a replied the gentleman Curtly almost As if lie esteemed the fact a matter of regret. Assured of the favor of More than one pretty girl of his acquaintance was it not a Little hard that the full current of his being must needs set toward this unresponsive woman of thirty it had been Ever thus with Joel Kirby from his perverse childhood when if he wanted cake no human Power could induce him to nibble Gingerbread. A no Roxy there a Only one woman in the world for me a he continued in a softer tone. A your brother is of a different temperament. Has it Nevei occurred to you that he May marry a second time a a brother marry of no indeed hell never marry never a cried miss Roxanna rooted and grounded in the belief that her brother a heart was entombed with the dead Climena. A no he could not take another wife Joel and you see he has Only me. I could t be so cruel As to leave to All or. Kirby s subsequent pleadings she made this same reply but it soothed his chafing spirit not a Little that she made it with faltering and that she parted from himself with tears. As the sound of his rapid wheels died in the distance she hastily dried her eyes and hurried into the Kitchen to see about the belated supper. Or. Perrin still gloating Over castles in Spain looked up with the roguish purpose of greeting her As a mrs. Kirby a but dismayed at her troubled countenance remarked instead that a the Days were getting Shorter a a fact that she had observed before. To Felt As if he had received a blow. For him there was there could be but one interpretation of his Sisters unwonted emotion. A she loved Kirby and Kirby no longer cared for her. Poor girl she had dreamed that a Many a affections were like Granite boulders incapable of change and she was awake ring with a Shock. Hapless Roxanna she too had her trials. Keenly sympathetic the magnanimous brother concealed his own disappointment As Best he could and lavished upon his sorrowful sister an excess of tenderness. A you have the Knack of spoiling me for other folks cooking Little woman that a the truth a a said he at Tea time ostentatiously heaping his plate with Toast. A i now should i Ever get along without you a a unit 11 make her feel that i appreciate her if Joel does no to he mused benevolently while she on her Side of the table was thinking a it s just As i suspected it would kill brother to lose a ooh you a manage some How. May be you a marry a she ventured timidly almost hearing the fluttering of the lost Climena swings. A poll Poh sister nothing seems less Likely Quot answered her brother in a voice so sad that miss Roxanna chided herself for having opened his old wound afresh. But she had done it for Joel a Sake. She owed it to Joel to make sure that there could be no Misander standing. The october Days with their Noonday patches of Sunshine and their heavy Borders of Twilight came and went. In a spasm of Hope that the charming widow might yet consent to share the Domestic scepter with his sister or. Perrin made a second proposal Only to receive a second decided though flattering refusal. Or. Kirby o of v repeated his Call upon miss Roxanna and departed cursing Fate and by no Means Loving or. Perrin whom he supposed perfectly acquainted with the relations Between himself and Roxanna. Overtaking or. Perrin one Day walking Home from the Post office or. Kirby with inward reluctance asked him to ride. With equal reluctance or. Perrin accepted the invitation reflecting a if 1 ainu to civil hell take it that in a mad because he does no to renew his offer to Roxanna and i won t humor a heavy Frost last night a growled or. Kirby. A very a assented the other conscious of an inward chill. A Winter is upon us. Shall you spend it in Maine a a my plans Are Uncertain a snarled or. Kirby adding mentally a thanks to you a of course you can choose your own climate. There s the advantage of having plenty of Money and no family a no family ties whose fault was it that he had no family ties a mused the irate Bachelor making rapid passes Over his Long Beard As if he would mesmerize the pain in his breast. A might not Roxanna have been his wife years ago but for the necessities of this selfish brother a a though i be lately heard it hinted Joel that you Are thinking of marrying a or. Perrin blundered on in his embarrassment saying the very thing he had resolved not to say. Or. Kirby snapped his whip and transfixed his companion with a glance so frigid that Noor or. Perrin shivered As if he was impaled on an icicle. A your Cousin is a Fine girl Joel an uncommonly line girl. In i congratulate you a he stammered wishing it would do to get out and walk. A you Are too kind Perrin too kind by half a sneered or. Kirby letting go the reins of his anger. A you be robbed me of one Bride sir and now you want to make amends do you by choosing me another a a Why Kirby what Are raving about when have i Ever interfered with your concerns matrimonial or otherwise a cried or. Perrin in a tone of injured innocence. A a you re Labouring under some strange a do you pretend its a delusion of mine that but for you Roxanna would be my wife a a ooh he s twisting me on old scores a mused or. Perrin aggrieved. A lie blames me for letting sister give up her prospects in life for Climena a Sake. Sister would do it and she never told me there was any thing Between her and a when a Man is in a tight place Joel he s Apt to realize his own needs better than the needs of his Brethren i suppose a he said aloud after a moments pause. A but in a sorry if you Bear me a a tight place do you Call yourself in a tight place Perrin a Strong Hearty fellow like you a Quot of ought to be Independent of your sister. You ought to hire a housekeeper and let Roxanna go. A a let Roxanna go where a interrogated the be fogged or. Perrin. A wherever she prefers to live. I should let her decide that after we were married a replied or. Kirby impatiently. A the main Point is to get her away from you. She says you say 3011 live without a yes i did say it i did say it but i take it All Back a cried or. Perrin fairly blinking in the Light that Sud Deuly illuminated his darkened mind. A i see things clearer than i did Joel. I wont stand any longer Between you and a your hand on it a a my hand of it Joel. I shall to glad proud that is to give sister to you and if you Are going on up to the House you can Tell her i said a thank 3011, Perrin thank you. And if in be spoken sharply i beg your Pardon a cried or. Kirby smiling like a Santa Claus. A ooh its All right. Every thing is All right a replied or. Perrin too Happy to keep it to himself. A drop me Here i Virv please i have an engagement to make. And make it today i shall and i will god willing a a he added beneath his breath As lie dismounted before the door of the widow Dee la a Harper s Bazar. Good farming. The silent influence for Good exerted by a Well kept farm property. It behoves every Man in every Pursuit to do what he has to do to the Best of his a trility. For his own Sake not because it pays him better and wins for him More of what is desirable in the world but also for the Sake of the influence and moral effect. A Man does not live to himself. Tied together by All Bonds which bind in its aggregate what we Call a society a a Man May feel that As an unimportant integer in the great mass of figures lie has 110 influence but no Man can safely act on this Assumption. Even the Farmer whose life is always quiet and generally comparatively isolated has influence for Good or evil if not in his personal associations then 111 the exhibit he makes to the world in his work. If one sees a botched Job of carpentry a poor piece of blacksmithing or any other specimen of defective handicraft the thing most prominently suggested in his mind is the worthlessness of the Mechanic who did the work. So if is in farming. A Man Riding along a country Road and looking at the farms that lie along 011 each Side will involuntarily draw conclusions As to the characters of their owners from the appearance that each presents. If a farm is Well fenced and looks trim and clean cleared of Briers and weeds Well drained and Well tilled it takes no Effort to picture a Man bustling Active and shrewd and energetic Square in his dealings methodical and systematic in his work with his farm paid for and Money in Bank. Nor is that All it is easy to go 011 with the picture one will expect to find the household of such a Man As Well ordered As his farm a wife who is a Thrifty Busy housekeeper and children who Are obedient intelligent and industrious who stand at the Heads of their classes and who when they arrive at the years of maturity will not be found loafing in disreputable places but following the footsteps of their father. The silent influence for Good of such a Man can hardly be estimated. The contemplation of a Good example has an influence extending beyond the limits of its own line of life. A act Well your part there All the Honor lies a applies As forcibly to farming As to and other calling and the Mere fact of doing Well what Falls to one s lot is a standing rebuke to the slovenly and careless braces up the weak to renewed efforts. For it is a up Eakins illustration of what May be done by grit and determination and invincible proof of How much better it is to make use of our Means than to abuse them. The Farmer whose farm not Only thrives but presents the outward evidences of it which bears the sign manual of his Thrift and Prosperity always commands the respect of his fellow men. If some one is wanted for a responsible position he is the Man selected. If he should want to borrow Money he can always get it. He is naturally ranged by All who see his farm with the honest the upright the sober and the patriotic. Oil the contrary the Man whose farm presents a shiftless look will naturally be set Down As a shiftless character. Vice and crime and intemperance Are the concomitants of Slove Liness and an a Thrifty appearance. To a stranger such an appearance of any Farmer s Home i Prima Facie evidence against the character of the Man. Lie May ii a Good Man but he is not Likely to by one and he certainly will not be take to be such. The moral of this is keep up your fences keep Down your weeds clean out your Fence Corners run your farm systematically be prosperous a d be hones and you will be respected and have influence for Good beyond what you May of agriculture. Full of fun. A the title of a new song is a my neighbors catching what in the world is he scratching hens for if he will Only let them alone they will scratch for Post. A a scientist says that the red Tail it Little Bird will catch nine Hundred flies in an hour. That is nothing to brag of. The boarding House milk Pitcher will break that record and not half try. A Boston Post. A Mother a Johnny take your feel from the table or ill Send you away without your Johnny recently elected a a a ainu to of going to allow no privileges to a president of a baseball nine a a Texas sittings. A a Young miss of sixteen asks what is the proper thing for her to do when she is serenaded by a party of gentlemen at a late hour. We Are glad to be Able to answer this question. Steal softly Down stairs and untie the do1.�? a. Ledger. A a Brooklyn Bard finds a a usual an unusually useful word. In a recent Spring poem he makes it rhyme with a full a a a Dull and constant travel Over the Brooklyn Bridge has a queer effect upon metrical Chicago liter Ocean. A a teacher was endeavouring to explain a question in arithmetic to a Dull scholar a suppose you had one Hundred sovereigns and were to give away eighty How would you ascertain How much you had remaining a a Why i d count it a drawled the hopeful. A Augustus Softie to a Young lady 011 the Balcony of a summer hotel a Pliay Mith Julia do you mind if i to top Heah and talk for awhile a miss Julia a certainly not stay and talk As Long As you please. But you wont mind my not staying to listen Vivily our a precocious Little girl jumping into visitors Lap a a a you re air. Noodle by Ain you a Noodle by a yes dear that s my precocious Little girls a Well i want to hear you talk. A Noodle by a and Why my pretty dear a precocious Little girls a a a cause a says you talk like a jackass and i never heard a a gentleman entered a Telegraph office �?o1 beg Pardon but As i was coming along this afternoon i saw myriads of lies settled 011 your wires. Can you suggest any explanation of the phenomenon a a about what Tim was it sir a a about four a nah that accounts for it that s the time i Send the sugar and Honey . Y. Post. A a air. Featherly a said Bobby at the dinner table a How do you pronounced of a do Bobby a said air. Featherly indulgently. A i now do you pronounced cd a a a d-11-u-e-w,�?� said air. Featherly. A a Well then How would you pronounce the second Day of the week a a a a Tew Day 1 a a you re a Wron a o o How would you pronounce the second Day of the week Bobby a a Philadelphia Call. Summer millinery. Items or interest. A onions from Egypt Are being sold in the streets of journal. A a it is a quite common expression with the Public speaker honestly we do not remember Ever hearing anybody say �?o1 dishonestly a stealing cattle is such a profitable business in Texas that one Man who started with Only two cows and a branding Iron Twenty years ago is now Worth $100,000. A a seven year old lawsuit has just been decided at los Angeles. One Man sued another for the value of a Bale of Hay eaten by a Donkey and after seven years lie gets judgment for �?��?T>.10. A san Francisco chronicle. A a lady in London ont., has a marshal Neil Rose tree 011 one Side of which the roses Are Crimson and on the other Lily White. Some of those on the Center stalk Are divided in color being half Crimson and half who is a an interesting sight was one Day recently at Monterey Cal. Large school of porpoises probably i a mile Long crossed and re crossed on Bay several times each fish jump Aca Clear of the water every Little while dropping Back in a volume of apr in the noise occasioned by their sports a sem bled that of a storm. A one of to get newly invented detective cameras exhibited at the american photographers convention in St. Louis was the a Satchel it looks exactly like an Alligator it Kin handbag is carried by a shoulder strap at the Side of the operator and pictures Are taken without attracting attention and without focussing the object. �?a1 Ritter of Wenas we. T., was showing his wife a new Breech loading Rifle when it was accidentally discharged. Neither was Hurt but the fact that their two year old boy who had dec sleeping 011 the bed did not Wake led them to hurry to the bedside. They found the child dead. The Ball had entered the left Groin came out at the Chest entered again at the Chin and lodged in the top of the head. A talking about hydrophobia the latest cure is Odd and rather unprepossessing. A Spanish physician announces it. It consists in following up the bite of a mad dog with the bite of a sane Snake Viper Rattler cobra or what not so Long As he is poisonous. To get any Good out of this cure one would have to go about with his pockets full of serpents during the dog Days and then he might be bitten by a Snake when there was no mad dog Handy to counteract the virus. On the whole most people will probably prefer to take their chances. High crowned hat Black bonnets and picturesque Gainsborough. So numerous and so varied Are the shapes of both bonnets and round hats that one can hardly go astray in selecting while every woman must be Able to find something becoming and suited to her own particular style. High crowns however Are a fixed fact and the fashionable Garn iture massed High in front increases the tall effect. Bonnets Are rather Small and have High slender bows and Many loops of Feather edged ribbon set 011 top in the midst of which is nestled a Posy of t to or three kinds of Flowers with Long stems. The ribbon loops Are Short near the front of the Bonnet and two sets Are flattened against each other while those further Back Are Long and extend Over the Crown. The on a other trimming is the ribbon crossed at the Back which comes Down to the ears and forms the strings. Another style is to set two rosettes of narrow ribbon or velvet a fourth of an Inch wide on the top in place of the High Bow. These rosettes May be of two colors As Pink and Green a fashionable combination this season and Are made to extend from the brim to the top of the Crown. They Are much longer than they Are wide and formed of very thickly clustered loops. For Dressy bonnets of Fine Straw tulle or Crape coronets Are largely used. These Are sometimes of Flowers but More often of Small beads either Jet Pearl or Crystal Strung on line wire in the shape of leaves and arranged High in the Center and narrow 011 the sides. Black bonnets have the edges bordered with Bright Jet Rosary or dead mourning beads. Young ladies Wear Small pokes without strings also dark Straw bonnets with Flower fronts. The brims of the latter Are composed of Pink or yellow Rose petals massed together and failed with tulle or else of Small blossoms such As daisies lilacs and forget me not the same Flower being repeated in the Bow of ribbon that forms the trimming. Tho crowns Are rough and ready Blue blown or Black Straw. In round hats a decided preference is shown for turbans and toques the latter being what was formerly known As the a pork pie a and Are now trimmed with cords and stiff military pompous. The turbans Are High and narrow and very eccentric in style sometimes coming with depressed crowns sometimes with a slash through the Center and again Vith Tho front higher on one Side than the other. In trimming these at Home care should be taken to follow and carry out the design of the hat. Those with a turned up brim Are most generally becoming particularly if they Are faced with velvet. Like the bonnets these Are trimmed with High bows in front either with or without a Floral Spray. For these bows Gros Grain ribbon with a Picot Edge is most in Vogue and either number twelve or sixteen the proper Width. Two Yards and g half Are required if a Spray is added three Yards if without. High loops Are set directly in front and Are sometimes wired to make them stand a More upright and Short fringed ends fall backward Over the Crown. A Nar a now band or twist of velvet extends a around the hat. The new French hats however reverse All this. They Are quite Large with broader brims and the trimming of ribbon is placed 011 the Back leaving the fronts of the High crowns Bare or with merely a narrow band around them Llali Long Ostrich plumes extend from the Back or Side and nod a aesthetically toward the front. Among a these Large hats the picturesque Gainsborough shapes Are also shown again trimmed with masses of creamy lace and of course Long feathers and Curling tips for what would the wide brimmed hats be without Graceful waving plumes a am. Agriculturist. Dangerous vanity. Sacrificing health and food for Gaudy jewelry and stylish dress. Choate replied a take two chairs.n� _ Iii Imi the time May come when pc will mean All that is Noble and when a Small boy will break an a in two and give his Little sister the,1,a in the mountains. In his preference. A. Promising youths deliberate Choice Between two evils. Arkansaw Backwoods school teacher to boy a did you want to come to school boy a want hurting Ter come. Teachers but you thought it better to get education he boy did t think Eornuff us it Ter Hurt me. Teachers then Why did you come boy Wall dad he said i had Ter plow ther new groan with or Bull Tongue or go Ter school it did no to matter or blame which so i come Ter school thinking i d try it or few Falls. Teachers How do you like it As far As you be got boy a Ain t dead in love with it. Teachers Here take this Book now and let me teach you your letters. Boy Ain t got no letters. Sis is ther Only one on ther place that gits aug letters. Teachers i mean that you must learn the alphabet. Boy contemptuously a what All them Marks. Teachers yes. Boy taking up his hat a Waller Good Bye. I d Ruther Rassle with ther Bull traveler Ger half when a tramp will work a stray dog wont bite but thq4ay a a a . A a a. A. Two somewhat stylishly dressed girls were lately overheard in animated conversation on a horse car. Their remarks were As follows m going to have one of those elegant tailor made suits this Spring with gloves and hat to match. A Are you a a yes and it will take nearly All of my wages for the summer to pay for it but i m determined to have it a Don t blame you a a what Are you going to have a a ooh a Lovely silk suit with a Bonnet of the same. 1 got the idea of it from seeing miss b a wealthy merchants daughter with one 011. And in be got me the loveliest new Bracelet on payments Only fifty cents a week just think a a Why i la get me one i can skimp some Way to save that i can go without my dinner two or three Days in a week and save that a a that a so. Why i often make 1110 a cup of Tea on my spirit lamp and Only eat a Roll for my breakfast. And a do you know it a its a fact that i go three or four Days without meat or vegetables. It s the Only Way to save for my clothes Ai d 1 will dress Well a a so will i but one has to skimp awfully on seven dollars a week to do it a yes but i d rather do it than dress As some girls a so had i.�?�. So they doubtless did at the Cost of health and they will be fortunate if this is the Only Folly into which their vanity leads them. Simple clothing and Little ornament becomes one of simple Means and Best commands Tho respect of those whom it is Well to know. Good taste and neatness and simple adornments indicate character and character is More than outward youth s companion. A a High medical authorities record the successful treatment of car Burcul Ous diseases by the injection of the official solution of ammonia. Or. Aren Dine claims that it destroys the Bacil larvae in All malignant pustules and is a specific in this class of diseases. Physicians have found the Carbuncle always dangerous and almost beyond the reach of remedies. A once More Robins Are becoming numerous in the old Bay state. Several years ago a Robin was a rare sight o in a Massachusetts but through the Aid of state Laws they have lived unmolested and consequently Are rapidly multiplying. The Meadow Lark has seen its Day and is now disappearing from the groups of Birds that yearly visit the Herald. The primitive Way in which Tost offices Are conducted in the Rockies. A gentleman who spent a summer travelling in the Rocky mountains gives the following account of a Little Gray haired old lady he found living alone in a log Cabin of two rooms far up the slope of a most desolate Mountain. The Cabin was a mile from any other House and the nearest town was ten Miles Distant. On shelves Back of a Little Pine counter in a Corner of the room were cans of tomatoes peas and Corn a few bars of soap boxes of matches and cans of condensed milk. A i keep a Little grocery store and thread and Needles and pins and such things beings in a pos mistress a said the old lady in the cheesiest of voices. A pos mistress a queried the traveler. A ooh yes a was the reply. A where Are the letters and the office a a there a As she smilingly took a Cigar Box Down from a shelf and opening it showed the Man a dozen or More letters bearing evidence of having been handled Many times. A the mail comes two times a week wednesdays and saturdays but most of the boys come a round a the boys Quot asked Tho stranger. A yes the prospectors and miners scattered All around Over the Hills. There a a Good Many of Mem but they Don t write much nor get Many letters. Still the Post office is company for me. It brings All the boys to see me once in a while. Are you going up by the Lone Star mine a a no 1 think not 1 said the traveler. A no Well if you was there a a postal Here for Jack Downing. It says 011 it that he is to come to Denver right Oft and id like to Send it to him soon As i can. I always read the postal. The boys done to care and i get real lonesome just then a Miner came along and asked a is Bill Heffler a weekly Republican come yet from Denver a a yes a was the reply a but you Tell Bill i la Send it up to Morrer by the stage Driver i ainu to done Reading it myself yet. Bill wont care he never reads it until sunday no How. If you see Silas Sharpe you Tell him there a a postal Here from his wife and the baby s got the whooping cough but it ainu to a whooping yet and his wife done to think it la have it a any letters for any of the b Guys up our Way a a no but there a one Here for somebody named j. B. Ryder. Know any such Man a a neither do i. It s in a thin envelope and i can see by Bolding it up to the Light that it s signed your own Sarah a so i guess he a married or about to be. If he Don t come a round soon 1 Dono but ill open it and get the address and Send it Back to a his own Sarah a and Tell her he Alt when the Man had gone the old lady said to the traveler a yes the Post office is a sight of company a Pesely when there slots of papers and postal Corning and Goin. Then sometimes i write and read letters for some that can t write. Now Here a a letter for John Brice just come in. He ought to have it right a but it has been opened a a said the traveler. A ooh la yes i opened it myself. I wrote the letter its in answer to and ill have to read this to John Brice anyhow lie can to read writing. And 1 Felt real anxious to know if hi3 letter got to his wife it had a ten Dollar Bill in it. Here comes Bob Haight. Poor Feller 1 declare if i was alone id shut up the Post office and hide some place for it just makes my heart ache to Tell that poor Creteur that there ainu to 110 letter Yit for in. Lies been a coming for weeks looking for a letter from Home and 110110 comes. I m mighty afraid there a trouble there. Well Well. I la just have to Tell him they Ain t 110 letter and then Chirk him up Best i can. Poor Feller a a Philadelphia Call. Turkish brides. A in England a militia officer is never recognized by his military Lilie in \ in uniform and on 1 uly. The luxury with which they enter the state of earthly Bliss. The writer being of the Ruder sex. Has never been admitted As yet to Admire any Bride in Turkey but his own. He is unable to say How the turkish Bride looks and acts in her elegant but 011 veracious hearsay he undertakes to reproduce something of the graphic and vivacious Hilari ties and scenes of the a Home coming of the wedded in this Oriental land. Let the Reader therefore enter in fancy into the Harelik where the writer can not go. The room to which the Bride is taken is decorated with Flowers Hung on the Walls and 011 the ceiling. Try o these Are intermingled with silk stuffs of Bright and variegated color. The divan is covered with a richly embroidered cloth. In one Corner there is a special scat for the Bride. It lui3 the appearance of a throne. Why not is not the Bride to be the Queen Here until dethroned next to this room is the bridal chamber. It is shown to the visitors. The bed is magnificently made up with embroidered silk hangings and velvet coverlets that would make the old Home made quilts of our grandmothers in America every convenience to begin comfortable housekeeping appears. On one Side of the Couch a e the a night gowns of the Bride and bridegroom. On the divan is the morning gown of each. On the table there Are two Small vases. They contain Oriental perfumes. These Are the usual objects in the Oriental bridal chamber. As to the general furnishing of the bed room it depends 011 the pecuniary and social position of families. There is a third room shown to visitors where every convenience and Comfort which belong to a House Are provided. Here arc elegant dresses and toilets table scr cd vices Linen tables chairs Etc Down to the most menial Kitchen utensil. The turks do not make much use of stoves but there Are Braziers for warmth by charcoal called manuals. They Are of Metal Silver Bronze or Copper. They give a shining Beauty to the room. A s. S. Cox in n. A. It evict. A Ferdinand Fonda jr., sixteen years old has reached Albany after walking from St. Augustine ., a distance of thirteen Hundred Miles lie started from St. Augustine accompanied Only by a Young bloodhound. They were on the Road fifty four Days took the Railroad track the entire distance and slept out of doors every night. The dog was completely played out when they reached Albany and the boy was pretty , in. Sun. A Sorre people Are born to ill Luck. An old woman who has pasted nearly five thousand medical recipes in a Book during the last forty years has not it had an Opportunity to use one of them because she has never been ill a Day in her life and she is growing x. Y. Telegram. Facts for Farmers. A the Western new yorker thinks it better to have East and West windows in poultry houses than South windows. A a Maine Man says the Way to Start an obstinate horse is to take him out of the shafts and Lead him around until he is Giddy. Rapid milking is an advantage if it is done without hurting 01 irritating the cow and she is milked Chicago journal. A mow the thistles when the stalks Are hollow and just before a rain. The stalks filling with water cause the roots to decay. This has been found to be a sure witness. A or. Sturtevant at the new York Experiment station found that mulching the soil lightly Between the rows of peas with Straw retards the attack of mildew very perceptibly. It is the lace sown crop that suffers. A permanent pasture lands Are the main Anchor of agriculture and Tho Farmers of this country will find this out after a while As they already have in England and will commence seeding their land with permanent grasses. In. Y. Telegram. A farms arc schools the Best of All in which to learn much that concerns farming. They Are the Only schools Worth naming so far As acquiring practical knowledge in farming is concerned. Teaching by object lessons is effective. The things we see the things we do Are better remembered and better understood than the things we hear or read about. Learn the practice of farming 011 a Good he rat. A some Farmers who think they have conquered quack grass Rush into print to boast of the ease with which they have accomplished this result Lonnino cases out of ten getting rid of quack Only Means repressing it so that it is not immediately very troublesome. A few roots Are left in the soil and after live or six years the pest is As bad As Ever. Those who have had most experience with quack grass never speak of it except with due solemnity and Awe. A Prairie Farmer. A Dwarf pears should be planted on a spot that has a moist subsoil either natural or made so by sub soiling or mixing some material with the soil that will give out moisture in dry weather. Trees already planted 011 a dry gravely subsoil should have a Circle dug out two feet deep and two or three feet from the tree. This should be filled up with Well enriched soil. If the Dwarf Pear does not grow freely it is a sign that something is wrong. It should be severely pruned so As to Aid in producing a vigorous Boston budget. Vegetable seeds. Tiow to keep them in Good condition for sowing at a future time. In gathering seeds from the Garden for sowing another year select the most healthy plants and those which Are the earliest with respect to the season. A Good plan is to stake around these to Mark them from the others or better to Root out some of the plants around them so As to give them space and Opportunity for All the vigorous growth possible to them. Some plants will Bear transplanting and can thus be insulated from others so that there will be no danger of their becoming Fec undated with the pollen from weaker plants. A Little scrupulous care in thus securing a a the survival of the fittest Quot in your Garden will in a few years Supply you with such line specimens that they will be the Marvel and admiration of your neighbors. Ith squashes cucumbers melons Etc., Only the earliest and finest specimens should be preserved. The seed should be allowed to Ripen thoroughly before taking it from the fruit tomatoes and cucumbers should be put in the Sun to Complete the ripening process Melon seeds May be taken directly from Tho fruit when it is eaten. Put Melon Squash or Cucumber seeds in a vessel of water for a Day when the pulp enclosing the seed will be easily washed off then spread the seed in the Sun to dry. As to keeping seed none should a be allowed to freeze but All kinds should be stored in a dry and warm but not a hot place. A closet near a Chimney is a Good place and As rats and mice Are very fond of some kinds of seeds it is Well to keep them in a tin Box or Hung in a Box from the ceiling. When saving seeds of beets cabbages turnips and similar plants Only take what has been grown 011 the leading Stem. Beet seed should be sifted and Well picked Over after threshing to get out. All the Sticks in order that they May be sown evenly with the Drill. Cabbage and turnip seed should to thrashed and passed through the Seive. Seeds differ much As to the permanency of their germinating principle. Thin seeds As carrots parsnips lettuce,Etc., can not be depended upon after Tho first year. Onion seed is very inferior after the first year and worthless after the second. The common White bean too will Seldom do Well after the first year but peas and English Beans will germinate at seven years and older. Cucumbers melons and squashes improve with age the older seeds producing plants that run less to Vine than the younger ones. After nine or ten years however the germ is very dry and needs thorough soaking before planting. But when old seed is to to used it should be tested by sowing in a hot bed first. Old seed can often be aided in fermentation by being soaked in oxygenated Muri Atic acid and water. Persons with Small gardens Are often perplexed As to How much seed to sow. The following rules Are furn used by a Market Gardener asparagus bed of 15 Square Yards 1 pint beet Row 50 feet 2 ounces cabbage bed of 8 Square Yards 1 ounce carrots Drill of 120 feet 2 ounces carrots bed of 12 Square Yards 2 ounces celery 1 Square Yards 1 ounce endive 4 Square Yards 1 ounce Bush Beans Row 80 feet 1 pint Leek 2 Square Yards 1 once lettuce 4 Square Yards 1 ounce onions j Square Yards 2 ounces Parsley Row 80 feet 11 ounces parsnips Drill of 20 it feet 2 ounces peas Early Row go feet ii pints peas Large late Row 80 feet 1� pints potatoes Roxy 80 feet i Peck radishes 4 s Juare Yarls 11 ounces spinach 10 Square yard2 ounces spinach Drill of 120 feet 2 ounces turnip 4 Square Yards 1 ounce. A Chicago inter j Ean. A a writer in the fruit Reco Der pours a pint of kerosene upon a barrel of Coal ashes mixes and uses it the same As he would Lime or plaster. The smell of kerosene keeps a insects away from squashes melons Etc. A a news boy fell in the streets of new Haven the oth Ltd Day and remained insensible of several hours. It was ascertained it was 1. Case of nicotine Poison from cigarette Tosu a Small Dakota Cyclone. Eccentric As these storms Are to maintain that when it comes Down to a genuine accommodating Hurricane Dakota again takes the Lead. A Good example of this occurred in this county. John eckers had Preemption and Homestead claims adjoining and about the time of the following remarkable occurrence he had just proved up on the former. A Day after his proof had been made he was eating his evening meal in his log shanty with a neighbor. A a say Pard a he remarked a now i be got my Preemption i la have to move this House onto the Homestead claim As it win be cheaper than putting up another. Hardly were the words out of his Mouth when one of these sudden Small cyclones struck the shanty and strange As it May seem lifted the House off the Preemption and set it Down on the Homestead without breaking anything except a Wahpeton Dak Mercury. A a when men break their hearts a remarks a cynical female writer a it is the same As when a lobster Breaks one of its claws another sprouting immediately and growing in its a attached couple that Are always separating a pair of shears. Is it really consumption Many a Caso supposed to be Radical lung disease is really one of liver complaint and indigestion but unless that diseased liver can be restored to healthy action it will so clog the lungs with corrupting matter As to bring on their speedy decay and then indeed to have consumption which is scr Fula of the lungs in its worst form. Nothing can be More happily calculated to nip this danger in the Bud than is or. Pierces a a Golden medical by druggists. At the japanese tillage visitors a is Laud dear in Japan a japanese a no but the ground rents Are visitor a a a what a the cause of that a japanese a a a earthquakes.�? Texas sittings. Five Hundred dollars is the sum or. Pierce offers for the detection of any Calomel or other Mineral Poison or injurious drug in his justly celebrated a pleasant purgative they Are about the size of a Mustard seed therefore easily taken while their operation is unattended by any griping pain. Bilious Ness sick headache bad taste in the Mouth and jaundice yield at once before these a a Little of your druggist a the fall River news says a new yarn Mill is to be started there. Wonder what they want another newspaper there for any How a Lowell citizen. hair renewed is Cooling to the Scalp and cures All itching eruptions. For ague bilious intermittent break Bone and swamp fevers use Ayers ague cure. At Vita so eng on a dentists sign a Teeth extracted without pain a remarked �?o1 never could get and Teeth extracted without payin�?T.�?x. Y. Ledger. The a favorite prescription of or. Pierce cures a female weakness und Kindred affections. By druggists. A Exchange says that a a race of Hor less americans is please give place and Date also excursion Burlington free press. Siun ointments and lotions for skin diseases cuts sprains bruises &c., and use Glenn a Supunt 8o.w\ Hilis hah and Iii seek Dye Black or Brown 50c. A up get their works be shall know them._ watches. Tiie Best cough Medicine is fists cure for consumption. Wold everywhere. 25c. Afteu All this world is a dangerous place very few got out of it alive. If afflicted with sore eyes Tisz or. Isaac Thompsons Eye water. Druggists sell it. �?o5c. A fall the world s a stage a but the fare does not suit every body. Ovy a Psia is a dangerous As Well of distressing complaint. If Ner acted. It tends by impairing nutrition and a. Dressing tha tone of Ika system to prepare the Wax for rapid decline. The a fast tonic quickly and completely c Virea dyspepsia in All its forms. Heartburn belching i Ustina Tfaye t nod Etc. It enriches and purities the the appetite and aids the assimilation of food. Or. Nicholas Ruschil. Pomeroy Ohio Saya a Tfir five years 1 suffered with dyspepsia in its to raft form. Could oat Noth is without vomiting Goon Aber could sleep but Little Lictor did not help me. Was persuaded to try Browne a Iron bitters and with most wonderful results. 1 am completely or. Chas. Thomas editor of Urrato Chambers Burg. Pa., says a used Browne a Iron bitter f dyspepsia. It increased my appetite and rat Nedved the genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red line on wrapper. Take no Wilder. Made Only by Brown Chi Milf Rico. Baltimore might Ely scream Balm i was cured he for e second bottle o ply scream Balm Catarrh Sfer Usa. May fever me second bottle. Of was exhausted. I was troubled with chronic Catarrh gathering in head difficulty in breathing and discharges from my . J. Corbin 923 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. A particle in applied info each nostril and Sagre Caolo to ii e. Trice so cts. By mail or at druggists. Send of circular. Ely brio in Ulells druggists Owego , 3,000 agents wanted forthe new Hook Gladstone Paenell a new great Irish struggle by the eminent author Hon. P. O Connor m for Liverpool and ii.>1. Howardk est. And endorsed by Hong c. F. Paenell. A thrilling history of Irish oppression and Tho mighty struggle for Home Pule thu i nine rocking the lir Ilish Empire to its Centre also biographies of the leaders. A work from High authority of Oil absorbing interest richly Illus rated und in immense demo my. A by quickly to Iii it Liard ljrois., lut>�., Cinci Iwato o. No rope to Cut off horses Manes. Celebrated a a eclipse 1iai.t-Eit and bis1iii.e combined can not be slipped by any horse. Sample Halter to any part or the . 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Its rolling Stock is perfect As human skill can Mako it it has All the safety appliances that mechanical Genius has invented and experience proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and methodical its discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger accommodations is unequalled in the West unsurpassed in the world. Alli express trains Between Chicago and the Missouri River consist 5f comfortable Day coaches magnificent Pullman Palace parlor and sleeping cars elegant dining cars providing excellent meal3, and a Between Chicago St. Joseph Atchison and Kansas City restful reclining chair cars. The famous Albert Lea route is Tho direct favorite line Between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul. Over this route solid fast express trains run daily to the summer resorts picturesque localities and Hunting and fishing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. Tho Rich wheat Fields and grazing lands of Interior Dakota Are reached via Watertown a Short desirable route via Seneca and Kankakee offers Superior inducements to travellers Between Cincinnati Indianapolis Lafayette and Council Bluff St. Joseph Atchison Leavenworth Kansas City Minneapolis St. Paul and intermediate Points. All classes of patrons especially families ladies and children receive Frore officials and employees of Rock Island trains Protection respectful Courtesy Aud kindly attention. Por tickets maps folders obtainable at All principal ticket offices in the United states and Canada or any desired information address e. St. John r. R. Cable president and general Mana Eri Chicago general ticket and a Idonger agent Chicago

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