times the It Tsa Timm Pothjmmo Commit. auu rito, COALVILLE, r. a. - Th ud autiv. UTAIL May brick case baa now broken Into Congress. V It Is about time for some aspiring genius to announce that the peach crop la ruined. , While a man la only partially responsible lor his looks, he it. wholly. so lac his mannere.f - There are no reporte to the effct that old msn Dooth had any objection to American money, either paper, silver or gold. The eager candidate for office does noi differ much from a small boy crawling into a clrcua tent They both push the canvass. 'The main delight of politics to the ordinary mind Is that it affords so many opportunities to get even with somebody. When Mr. Li Hung Chang comes to America It la to be hoped that he will be euitably Impressed by the merits of steam laundries. - - - Naturally there wae great excitement in a Chicago hotel when a thief tried to usurp the privileges of the landlord and rob the guests. After the Booth family la weary ef family aquabblee we shall be pleased to hear that it has settled down to the work of salvation again. If many more people killed In Cuba get up to aay that they are not dead we shall have to begin to distrust them. Their assertions are calculated to discredit tbs news we are receiving from Cuba. Lorrllard Kip, who poses (backed up by certain newspapers) as tbs best dressed msn In New York, was the recipient of a severe thrashing at the n hands of Nat Goodwin, the comedian. Aa usual In such matters a woman was at the bottom of the case, and the encounter has been anticipated for some time. It took place In the Hoffman house cafe and Kip was thoroughly whipped. Thera Is sorrow and gnashing of teeth among the swells In consequence. well-know- The Berlin authorities have seized the body of Prof. L&ngenhaus child, which died from an application of diphtheria serum administered by the father him eVt. U wilt be dissected by the xrvat-e- st authorities of the Imperial capital. It Is believed that the needle of the syringe penetrated a vein which carried the poison of the serum directly to tha heart Tba object of the official Investigation is to decide whether the use of his "remedy is to be permitted In future. The young unmarried men of the congregation of one of New York's churches are most said to have banded together In a Bachelor's club to jnake It easier for snares them to escape the leap-yeand pltfalla which surround them on every side. It Is claimed, owing to the vigor with which some of the girls of the congregation are pursuing them. This sounds doubtful, but It should be remembered that almost anythlhg Is possible in New York. le ar The faculty of Yale University has knocked In the bead Dr. William Lyon Phelps rourse in modern novels, decreeing that this new study shall be abandoned at the close of the present college year. It appears that the professor of ancient English literature and of Creek and Latin have been playing to empty benches since Dr. Phelps Inaugurated his specialty of fiction. Homer and Plato, Virgil and Pliny, Chaucer and Spenser had no' ohow at all when brought Into competition with Robert Louis Stevenson and Rudyard Kipling. Tolstoi and Howells, Hall Caine and Marlon Crawford. And so, to save the poor ancients, the have been summarily . squelched. The Ohio law directed against the wearing of high haUby women in thea-ter- e has led to agitation In other quarters.. The Women Healths Protective Association of Brooklyn, N. Y., has appointed a committee to ask theater Itt&nagera "to post up notices asking women to remove their hats during the performance, and to provide a place for the safe keeping of the hats. So long as men alone were concerned in the crusade against the high hat there was little hope of mitigation of the the probability of euch mitigation Increased by the, accession of a ccrpa of women to the force of the crusaders? Who can tell? Aa the elder Mr, r Weller observed, "Women are rum afflic-tion.-'-- dg j c.eeturs," - George Sample of Reck Island, 111., la a flu de alecle burglar whose specialty la the holding up of euchre parties and capturing the stakes. He did this once too often and now the sample reposes In the Rock Island Jail as a warning that the entire stock Is unsatisfactory. A young girl GARDEN. In Arlington, N. J., com- mitted suicide because her mother would not stop drinking While It Is true that this terrible lesson may Cure the mother. It le doubtful, and the sac- rifice was a terrible, and probably a ! hysterical one. vantage, be plowed under or cured tot ba- y- - VETERANS CORNER. The expense for seed Is not great Oats may he bought In the market at GOOD SHORT SKETCHES FOR MATTERS - Off INTEREST prices varying from 15 to 25 cents per "THE OLD SOLDIERS. AGRICULTURISTS. bushel, according to location. The pea seed purchased by this station this The Cap-tal- a' Hint Abl CultivaThey M.t at Chlrkamauga Ism ( spring cost 90 cents a bushel laid down Averted a Thrrwol Premooltloo VUIU Tragedy Soil sad at the home depot In buying, be sure tion of tbs sad Ftorl-valtDamon and rythlaa Oatdoaa la a ra and get Canada field pea seed. Green Bwtlnllsrs oats and peat are eaten with a relish War Story Soma laeldaatm. y by horses, cattle, sheep and swine, C. 8. Plumb, Director. E met at ChlcKa-maug, R. J. A. BAXTER I hadn't of Waveland.Shaw-qe- e Aprieoto la tba South weet. seen him since county, KanThe of the bulletin on apWe looked across sas, who raised as ricots summary Issued recently by the agriculthe trenches and 104 bushels high as tural station at Tucson is as follows:' Ms bullet made of shelled corn per 1. Our cultivated aprlcoU are deme wince; acre In 1005, rived from three species, but one (Pru-nu- s Hut we both shook 'the State Americana) furnishes all that are hands In friendBoard of Agricul-tur- e valuable for fruit In this region. ship, as hearty as the following 2. The fruit takes a large quantity could he. account of It. of potash and phosphoric acid from the had Va he some soil. ' Though gethcr . , v marched with Sherman, and I Dad methods In general: 3. In the fruit an average of 4 of his per marched with lc. "The portion of my crop giving a cent Is flesh and per cent Is Kal-h- a pit well yield of 104 bushels of husked, has the smallest proportion of pit We walked across the battlefield where dried (56 pounds, shelled) corn per acre and Breda the largest on"e the bullets flew, was live acres of 57 I planted last year. 4. There Is 87 per And the green and bending grasses telt My land Is slightly rolling prairie and 13 per cent of fiber the fall of crimson dew; about a fair average of Kansas soil, apricot The juice And we talked the whole thing over, wlth a hard, impervious subsoil. The cent of sugar, the where the flag was waving free: five seres mentioned were at one end whole fruit, lncludl How he had marched with Sherman, of a Held, part of which bad Of albuminoids (cr and 1 bad served with Lee. been In potatoes for two years, and the Is 1.2 per cent last crop dug with a listing plow late 5. The mean weight of fruits of all in October, which was about equivalent varieties was 1 ounce each.. The Breda The drums had ceased their beating, we saw no sabres shine; to a deep fait plowing. bore the amalleat fruit, averaging "In spring the ground was much Ilka about 22 1o9 the pound. The largest The hair about his forehead fell as snowy white as mine. a bed of ashes. It was then deeply fruit was 12 to the pound, home by the And voices seemed to call us oer the plowed made line and smooth with a HKafsha and Moorpark, far, eternal sea, 6. The soft not being a typical one plank drag and drilled the first week In Where the men who marched with May with a planter of medium width, for either apricot, or peach plum Sherman are In camp with those of with a yellow Dent corn ; stock, the growth of trees upon the Lee about the same quantity of seed was different kinds of stock was practically used as would have been If from three the same. to somewhat lose than four grains had 7. This season upon this soil fruit We parted; eyes grew misty, for we knew that nevermore been placed in hills the ordinary dis- from trees of several varieties Is tance apart This was cultivated four larger, of better Wed meet until the roll call on the earlier and quality other peaceful shore; times with common gang cultivators when upon apricot stock than upon and hoed three times the last hoeing Myrobolan. Other varieties show no But both shook hands In frlendsh'p, as after It had been finished with the cul- differences due to stock. hearty as could be, tivators. 8. Pringle was the first to ripen, Though be bad marched with Sherrenn. and I had fought with Lee. "I am a strong believer In deep and but the fruit Is not of si good quality Frank L. Stanton thorough cultivation, and long since as most others. learned that a good crop of corn and 9. St Ambrolse bora the finest apa rank growth of cockle-bur- s, crab pearing fruit Tha Captain's rramonttlon. grass and similar weeds cannot occupy 10. Royal was ths most prolific. At 10 o'clock In the forenoon the valthe same ground at the same time. I ley suddenly narrowed until we had no have not subsoiled for previous crops, choice but to take the path leading beWork. I'slvtnilf EiImIi but last fall Invested in a tween two a ridges. We had of movement recent years During and used It on 15 acres. I Inthe Indians the day before, hut been has lighted significance agitating great, tend planting 100 acres In corn this the educational centers of the English-speakin- g the night had passed without an alarm season and aim to have It aft world. It Is known as univer- snd the- morning had slipped along Am subaoillng my fields the Had the without sight of a warrior. narrow way first (they are from 40 to sity extension, or, better, as educationout that the fifty ot it al savages resulted figured the extension. from It has 80 rods wide and 120 rods long) as deepas guarding the ten wagon of clothing of ths fact that comparaly aa four horses can do the work, at recognition and provisions were too strong for can or to few go tively people college distances of two and one-ha- lf feet Will In and consists them, and that our keeping so well essentially of university; then throw up the ridges cross-wls- o to those who cannot closed up and on the alert made the the college taking a this with listing plow, following It in each furrow with a subsotler as deep corns to the college; In offering to capture of stragglers Impossible? "Halt! came the word from the head aa three horses can pull It, and drill everyone everywhere the opportunity the seed Immediately In the track of of a college education. It seeks to solve tt the column, and two men were sent problem of the education of the ahead to spy out the lay of the land. the subsotler. This will leave the land the masses by widening the scops of ex They found the path only wide enough aubeolled In both directions. tstlng Institutions. Its history shows (or the wagons leading downwards And "My whole crop for 1895 averaged that tt ta in until it croMed a creek and waa peculiar harmony with the acre, yet would sentiments and only II bushels Not a bird Systems of the Ameri- lost In the gloom beyond. have made 75 bushels but for an unfor can and tt haa weft been called Sang from the branches not a rabbit tunate Invasion just at the critical time "the people, most significant educational kurrled away In alarm. There was by aa army of chinch huge from an movement In the nineteenth century." the silence of death along the path. field of oats. With adjacent Foot by foot with ears bent forward proper treatment of our toll and thor Education and Agriculture. The and nostrils dilating, the horses of the ough cultivation, I am of the opinion agriculturists of India find scouts moved on, and their riders had that In all favorable seasons such at leading ask of building up the agricul- the vigilance of men whose lives might last we should raise from 76 tp 100 their bushel of corn per sere tuatead of the tural Interests a difficult one, on ac- he snuffed out at any moment No danger along the path no danger more common 25 to 50 bushel. I am count of the dense Ignorance of ths masses, who withstand some of thi lurking at the crossing ot the creek. avoid to carefuL cultivating always when the land Is very wet. and think most necessary movements W caa So the scouts reported as they returned form some Idea of what they have to to the column, and the captain had just many farmers make a serious mistake contend with when we know that in all corn when his Ups to give the order to the soil their worktng by opened cleaves from the shovels in chunks. India, with a population In excess of march when a wolf came running up the The sun Is likely to then bake the 200,000,009 there are only about 600 path and dashed through the column. of all kinds, and some of these There was fire In his eyes, but yet his ground, and the growth lose Ita bright, journals ore to religion. A native Hindevoted tall was down. healthy green, and turns a sickly yel- doo makes tha comparison with the low. F. D. Coburn. "Sheered' whispered an old veteran, United States, where, with a population "and by at that! That wolf has of one-thir-d that of India, there are bln turnedInjuns out of his lair by the reds! Oats u4 rM far tiraaa Podden more than 20,000 publications. Yet in "An ambush down thar to wipe us Purdue University Agricultural Ex- this America there are multitudes of out! whispered a second. 23 No. bulletin says: farmers that take no paper. What periment station The captain shaded his eyes with his Feeders are coming to recognise more must be the state of Ignorance of In- hand and peered down the path for a of we consider that even these and more the necessity plenty of dia when Then he quietly said; moment green food for stock when grass is get 600 papers are pooriy supplied with "Turn the wagons about and keep to Owners' of in patrons. dairy cattle ting short the east till we strike another path! particular feel this necessity. Don't Corporal hurry dont shout! We n Pork Is Popular. heard a gentle-maFor two years at the Indiana ExperiFrench, strike up Dtxle Land' and you was that be say recently prejument station we have planted Canada diced chords ! against pork, but that neverthe- hoys aft join In the field pesa and oats for this purpose. less he we were out of the flvo minutes In a deal of It for his bought great The first year of planting, we scattered home use. His reason for this was that mouth of the gorge and marching away pea seed at the rate of a bushel and be nearly always got pork that was to the east on the level plain again, and one-ha- lf an acre over the ground, and tender, and If U was too fat be could a we marched every trooper sang the plowed this In three or four Inches deep. And it out before buying It When he chorus ot the lively song at the top of A bushel and one-haof oat seed per bought beet he often found It not what his voice. acre was then scattered over this he had expected. Sometimes It was "What is It? What did the cap'aln plowed land, which was then thoroughlender and sometimes It had no flavor, see down there?" was asked from man ly harrowed. and the worst was that he had to buy to man. In 1595, the above practice was not It on faith. But with hog meat It was He was The captain saw nothing. .followed. The land was plowed about not so. This points s moral: Produce obeying an instinct one of those preseven Inches deep, and then harrowed the quality In any kind of meat and monitions which sometimes stop a to a fine tilth. A mixture of oats and have that meat uniformly good and It man In time to prevent a terrible tragsill find a ready and extensive market. edy. The men jested and sang, but peas, st the rate of one and one-ha- lf bushels of each per acre, waa then now and then one looked hack over his The Future Potato. What kind of drilled In, to the depth of about two shoulder and gave the lie to the jest on Inches, The plants thrived with great a potato will we have In the future? h No on bad seen anything. vigor, until severe drouth checked their We seem as' yer only on the shore of No - one had heard anything. In line. this In England Miles away growth. In common with all other farm great things found a safer if longer they are progress they of by systemmaking method will Either crops planting and the fort waa reached at last no doubt be satisfactory. atically fertilising the blossoms. A- road, Around without sight of an Indian. In planting oata and peas, the first ttempts have been made to get new the mess table they Joked the captain the ey from ont seeding should be gotten In at the earli- varieties by taking, for hacking out of the gorge and adding est date possible, when the land may be potato and inserting 1ttln the tuber tt miles to his journey. result did not show a satisfactorily worked. On or two more another, but thecross. "AH on account of a scared wolf! intervals, will gain or eveh s plantings, at ten-da- y laughed one. give a good tuocesslon Of crops, cover"And scared at his own shadow at Browned Turnips. Pare and slice ing' about six weeks. added a second. that! In a saucepan; cover Nhlle cutting the green crop may turnips, put add had no reply, but to himThe captain a little water; nd let salt if he hnd not been begin aa early aa wished, after some boiling wondered he self boil take until tender; up and drain. was months later length of stalk has been secured. It la It advisable to wait until the oat head be- Put two tablespoonfuls of pork' drip- when a captive squaw told him a tale. In and set a pan. over fry ing pings the wagoa-guar-d gins td expand, and when the peas are fire lay to heat; add the turnips; stir snd AU night long, as the were compassing from the bloom. The best plan turn until hostile Indians the sleeping, brown; dredge, salt sugar is to secure the green fodder es dose scores and going ing up by dosens sndthe to the maturity stage at possible, con- snd pepper. creek. ambush along They Into sistent with about three weeks of use they had piled up n had dug rifle-pi- ts Tha for soiling, such as our grandmothers made, Jogs and stones they were hidden unOats and peas make highly nutritious are now the fashion - for- der the cedar until over 300 of them and palatable food. They also give the Those which were woven In portiere blue and lay waiting with bated breath for the earliest green fodder to be secured from white are the for a delft train to enter the trap. thing just plantings of the same season, and fol- room. Though they may look a bit When the last wagon and the last low nicely after winter rye tor soiling. faded this will not detract from their trooper should hva passed a certain This crop is coming more snd more into artistle value. Besides being useful Spot ths signs! was to be given to open favor. Oats and peas should only be for e these fire. Three hundred Jets of flame 300 bedportieres j planted early in spring, as these plants spreads make admirable couch covert bullets seeking living targets! There as a rule will not thrive from May or not have been twenty troopers Green tea will revive rusty black lacs bould after that first volley. At the end summer seeding. If not all fed green, Mix ( the balance of the crop may, with ad- - aad render It aa good as new.- of five minutes every man would have been dead and the red demons scream- TO ur VlU-ulta- Ten people acquire experience where one gains knowldge. !- FARM - AND a. fur-nlsh- to-wl-th corn-raisi- re deep-grain- sub-soll- er stfb-aolle- d. m; pr 30-ac- re lf -- over-cautio- hand-wove- s, Ing with glee as they twisted off beir A frightened wolf betrayed scalps. R3eirvo(fls tbetr ambush. The train took another route and was saved. For an hour or more the Indians watched and wattd, People find just the help they so much none daring to move for fear of be- need, in Hoods Sarsaparilla. It furAt last all jr'al-ized nishes the desired strength by puri-tyatraying his presence. that their game had escaped from vitalizing and enrichiug ths the trap, and sullenly snd noiselessly, and thus builds up the nerves, blood, the 300 moved down the path, up the the riae, into the cedars where their ponies tones the stomach and regulates Uds: Head were herded, and without shout or whole system. curse or sound to be heard ten yards I want to praise Blood's Sarsaparilla. away they mounted and rode away and My health run down, and I bad the grip. the ridges hid them from view. After that, my heart and nervous system were badly affected, so that I could not do - my own work. Our physician gave me HJ LI f tar triend. some help, but did not cure. I decided President Homer T. Fuller, of Drury to try Hoods Sarsaparilla. Boon I could Mo. .announces that colkge, Springfield, I have taken do all my own housework. he has received a singular proposition from a wealthy Massachusetts man, whose Identity he would not disclose. The man offers Diury a large sum of money If It will verify the truth of a war Incident which is alleged to have taken place in Missouri, and equals the Hoods Pills with Hood's Sarsaparilla, The snd they htve done me much good. I story of Damon and Pythias. will not be without them. I have taken 13 president announces that the college will accept the offer, and requests the bottles o( Hood's Sarsaparilla, and through students to help him secure evidence If the blessing of God, It his cured me. I worked as hard as ever the put earn-me- r, such a thing really did occur. and I am thankful to aay I am of The story is tuai In the early part Hoods Pills when 'taken with well. the war a detachment of Confederate Hoods Oarsaparllla help very much. 400 Union about Missouri took troops In Mu. M. M. Mesbenoee, Freehold, Penn. Twelve of these prisoners prisoners. This snd many other cures prove that were lined up and shot without provoUpofficers. cation by the Confederate on hearing of this act the commander of the Federal regiment drafted twelve prisoners to be Bhot in retaliation. 4s the line was being formed a young man Btepped forward named William and asked permission to take the place One True Blood Purifier. All drugs'sts L of one of the condemned men. who was It the only by C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The request was granted Prepared his friend. act easily, promptly and and Lear was given the place of his a. cents. riOOQ S PillS effectively friend. (Sured Sarsaparilla ar More Roar of tha Cannon. than twenty years ago we heard a preacher In a sermon declare that since the opening of this century the cannon had never ceased to roar. That Is. there had never been a time during the century when there had, not been war somewhere. He said it was a wrong Idea to call this the century of peace. We have watched events since that time and have never seen a time when there was universal peace. War rages somewhere, and when one war Is brought to a close another flames out. These are not 'always great wars, but they y are wars aft the same. there Is war In Abyssinia, Central America, and what may be designated as wars In Central Asia and Farmosa. the panorama will change: some of the old scenes will disappear and new ones will burst on the vision. In this way history is made. It is doubtful If there ever was a time when the changes were so rapid as at the present time. The Increased facilities for Intercourse and the perfect means of transportation accelerate both thought and action. Aa an illustration of this we point to the Invasion of the Transvaal. The scene passed quickly. A few days only elapsed between its beginning and end. No such thing could have taken place fifty years ago. We have no way of judging of the future but by the past, was tne saying oi an American orator, but In the light of modern events the judgment must be by the very recent past Judging by that past there Is little probability that the time is near when the roar of the cannon will cease to be heard. To-da- Southern War Incident. At one of the engagements In Tennessee a Confederate captain was detailed to support a battery. The' Federal troops made a fierce assault and carried off one of the guns. The officer was furious over the loss of the gun and pwore that his men should charge and recapture it. One of the privates, who now lives near this place, said: "Look here, captain. If the confederate government must have a gun, I propose we chip In and buy one. A hungry Confederate by the name of Johnston walked Into a farmhouse while the family were seated at the sfpper table. The farmer had been so much troubled with soldiers that he concluded not to invite the man to partake of the meaUwitb him, but to make conversation said to the Confederate: What is your name! Take-a-bit- e ," replied the soldier. "What, repeated the farmer, "Take-a-blte- ? Thanks," said the soldier, "as you Insist, I believe I will eat something. and Bdt down at the table. A slim specimen of North Carolina left the ranks of his regiment while passing through Front Royal and approaching a lady standing on her porch made the following comprehensive request' "Miss, will you pleasegive ma drink of water? I am so hungry I don't know where I am- to sleep tonight ' Warrenton Virginian. The Greatest Hedical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDYS MEDICAIDISGOVERY. 00NA10 UKKEDf, CF dOXSJSr, MASS, Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. 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All the buildings will be moved in the usual way to the new location. There Is not an adequate supply of water where the town now stands, and in addition the citizens are incensed at the avarice ot the owners of the present town site, who have fixed the price of property at a very high figure. f SMOKING f ! Town BUGGIES JD. C iS variety f and Carrl ! Wagon oa Ncbodj cIom r mitrein. oa carrtaor iwrmosd Ittfc iumI fiatiMy Mi, vmaha Good oond-han- d Patents. Trade-Mark- s. tod Adrie aa to Patentability of Bred tor Inemtera' Outde, ov How te OeS tiZBZt OTASEJU, WASHISSTOX, A 0. Biamlnattoa a fei7-ue- 898 high Credo BICYCLES estpred any i. hew c1 li ke We ml ta e 9 fr CkiMnr - A Dwr In Town. H. BAK&X 03., St., Oca faiua walked deer leisurely up the main street of West Bristle, Maine, one day Thompson' Ey Watsr last week. Its walk would mot have W.X. U., OMAHA 18 1890 been a long one a few weeks ago, but t Maine's game laws ar very and When writing to advertisers, kindly It. being now close time the dear mention this paper. ambled through the town In 'perfect be A au-ib- safety,- - - old-tim- A torpedo boat was successfully transferred by rail from St Petersburg to Sebastopol a little while ago. and a number of other will now be sent In the same way to the Black sea Beet TtrWatretrh? 1 .