If BRwtnmu i Aunt Diana i The Sunshine of the Family CIIAITKK XIX. (Continued.) It was a lovely evening, a Mlseie iM one of Hiose rare Seitember evenings that eowe when summer and autumn seem bleeding fnto each other. Alison stood for a nwincnt In tlic ball, debating wheth er she was too tlml to seek lloger In the timber yard, or whether she sIiohM In dulge in solitary muting under the lime tree. A free hair hour wan a delicious boon, anil use mint employ It to the best advantage-. Site decided after a Moment tint she vii too dull for even Roger's cotuiny to eli lir for she wa In on of those mood that the taaculine mind find no dltncult to understand and she was Jut taking down her garden hat from the peg when a (leu re came lelweeu her and the evening light, a familiar voice poke her name, and the next moment All Mil was In Aunt Diana' arm. MIm Carrlngton' kleii were very grno and tender. They spoke volumes, but C le seemed to hare no word at the moment. Jlut Alison'. "Oh. Aunt 1)1!" was more than eloquent the quiver of ber voice meant ecstasy. Hut the next tnonwnt Miss Carrlngton put ber at arm length, and. Mill holding her, scrutlnlicd her face almost pitifully. "Allie. my poor, dear ehtUl, wbat have they done to jotiT Ok, dear, what thin cheek, whit heavy eyes!" And sud denly dosing her face'between her bands, he. kitted her again awl again, ami Mb Carrlngton was not a deeaoastratlve wom anher caresses meant something oat of the common. They brougkt Alison's seft color back, ami the happy tear cant Into her eye. "I am gd I dW not tell you." re turned, unsteadily: "I sball I juhe well and rested now I bare seen jour dear fere again. Ob, Aunt 1)1. Imw I bare wanted you," her vote sinking still lower. "Vra. I knew," replied Miss Carrlng ton. almost abruptly all the more be cause her feelings were not so well un der control as usual. "Allie. what must yoa have thought of my silence? Come, let us sit down somewhere where I ran talk to you without interruption. I don't want to ee any other face but youra for the present not even Hoger." "I think my non will be best," re turned Alison, heidtating a little. "Miss l!gh l In the drawing room and Itudel In the dining room, and Itoger generally alta in the study when he come In of an evening. Walt a moment. Aunt 1)1, please: I must ask Ha rah to make some tea for you-r-aupper will not be ready for an hour. Oh," smiling archly, "I know your taaie Aunt 1)1 eau not go without her tea." Mln Carrlngton offered no remon strance; perhaps she waa In need of re freshment. 8he waited to see the cab man deposit her luggage In the hall, and then abe followed Alison upstairs. "My dear." she observed, looking round her aa she entered, "tbU is not your W room; I thought this waa MUsle's!" "Yes, but Missle bad mine, and I did not Hke to turn ber oat It would only bare mused u4eaantaM. 1'lraae do not look so grieved. Aunt DI: I have got used to it. and da not mind the eraet so much as I did at first at laast, it doe not make mj bead aebe." "And you never toM me. I could not have borne to have thought of you in this room. Allie. 'Veil, you bare spared me many a heartaehe. I should bare wanted my child bark In her little nest, nd bare been unhappy became I could not get her." And MIm Carrlngton jo Itlvety shuddered as she looked at the grim lines of tbe crane, and round the dark, bnavlly furnished room. "I am glad I did not tell jou," re turned AUaon, gently, aa she unfastened Mln Carrington'a mantle and waited on tier. I'erbap Aunt Diana loved to feel tbe soft little bands busy about ber, for he offered no resistance as Alison smoothed ber balr. and brought her a footstool, of which she took possession herself. "That ia right." olsserved MU Car rlngton, stroking tbe brown bead that laid Itself In child fashion on her lap. Albion was m rrf tired there was utter aban don In ber attitude, and yet abe was so happy, too. ".Sow we will bare one of our coxy talksdon't look At the door, Allie I am In no hurry for my tea. My dear, I am longing to tell you how It 1 your letters have miscarried; I rrad them all for the first time last night." "Aunt DI, do 'you mean that you have flown to u only telegraph wire could have done It," laughing incredulously. "You may be. wire that I should have flown to you If I bad the power," return ctl Miss Curriagtou. seriously. "Allie, I was not In Switzerland, us you thought. I waa recalled suddenly, a fortnight ago by Mr. Moore's audden Hint. Orevllle telegraphed for me, and I came borne at onee." "Mr. Moore ill!" exclaimed Alison, with a fast paling fare. "Yes, very 111, but, thank Cod, my dear Old friend la better now. It lias been an anxious time for us, darling. (irevllle Is cnt down and unhappy you need not look at tue so reproachfully, I would not write to you It would have given you useless pain, and I waa so engrossed with nursing that letter were Irapossl Ida luxuries. Utile did I think In tnj night nl"lniig that Allie was anvloua and unhappy, too." "Aunt 1)1, that I why you look tired." Tired! Nonsense, child. It Is - bless- el thtng to wear out one's self for one' friends. I love that sort of fatigue. I could not he left my patient until he waa cut of danger, but now I enn safely trust htm In (Ircvlllo'a charge, lie Is a capital nurse. In spite of bis ho) tidiness, nil tie hs. tturimt l, )ieli Ittm. llv lite bye, Mr. Mixire sent his love to Suiny, j Stay, I umst try and rememlwr his mes. sage; he Mile his little sinlieani remem ber ber ail'wton, aad not to be afraid of rioud.v iWijs.' "Did Mr. tlrevllle send me a message, toiV askerl Alison, a little timidly. MUs Carrlngton hesitated. "Well. 1 think he sent his love, too In fact, he sent a great many messages, but I told him I could twit bo a carrier of nonsense, and should only deliver one That he bad kept his promtse, and bad been working famously." Ob, I am i glad, relumed Alison, brightening nt this. "Aunt -DI It was not good of jou to keen Mr. Moore's Ill ness from me; I should have liked to have shared your anxiety. Dear old man, I am so thankful he Is spared." "Ills character seemed lovelier than ever In his hours of suffering," obiervod Miss Carrlngton, thoughtfully; "he wns so patient, so grateful to us all for our rare of him. I understood then what being Ilka a little child meant it seemed as though It were we who were bllad, not he lie seemed so steeped in the light of heavrn." "Io you think he wanted to dleV ask ed Alison, In an awestruck voice. "How strange It seems that he should be so willing to go." "Why not?" replied her aunt. "Death has no terrors for him. Wliy should he fear the summons from the Master whom he loved and tried to serve here, and who died on tbe cross for his redemption! And yet he was resigned to stay, for (Ire- vllle's sake. The lad wants me a little longer.' be said once. 'Well, 1 siiplxwe 1 ran spare my boy a year or two out of eternity: I mean to bate no will of my own about it. When tbe Master calls I ball Im ready, but perhaps for who kaows ills graciousne? lie may l tblnkiag of my boy. ''" "How I should hive to see blm again!" exeiaisaed Alison with a sigh. "So you will by ami by, I hope. He missed you dreadfully, Alison." "Ami you. Annt Dir "I am not going to tell you about that." Then, aa AHson'a eye looked ideadlng, she continued earnestly: "Child. I believe we are a sort of necessity to each other nt leant. I find my life will not shape Itself properly wlthouj, you. I am always thloklng bow Allie will like this or that. Your absence quite took away the pleas ure of my trip. You naughty child, you look delighted: but there come my tea please pour me a cup, and then tell me all about your poor father." Alison was soon narrating the story of the last fortnight. MJss Carrlngton had received hers and Itoger'a letters late the previous night, and Mr. Moore's had put her In iwswudon of the latest news: still there was mueb that she wished to bear. She listened attentively, and with out interruption, as the girl poured out the history of ber hopes and fears. Her grave. Interested face, and now ami then a tightened grasp of Alison' hand, spoke la mute sympathy, but otherwise she said little. "It hat. been a dreadful time," SnMxd Alison. "Itoger and I were so afraid of papa, ami thee Mlssie was so nnbapw and ill. That is Itvger'a whistle. Aunt DI 4 is wondering what has become of we. Khali I call blm lr And Mis Catrington nodded. Itoger's look of Intense surprise amtiud them excessively, but be wekumed his auut with evident satisfaction. "Now Allie will be all right again," be observed, with a smile at her; "she has been sick for months, Aunt Diana. You are not going to take her away from us Jst at present, are youV" "No. not Just now." returned Miss Carrlngton. quietly. "I am golHg to stop until you are tired of me, and then Allie and I must say good-by to each other for a little longer. What should yon say to bringing ber for a few weeks In the spring. If your father get better? You look In want of a change, Itoger: they are working you too hard, my boy." "You tstttt not tempt me, Aunt Diana," be returned, rather gravely. "There, will b no holiday for me next year. The whole coHcorn rest on my abouldtra at prwent, and our manager I a defaulter. Alison shall go with you, and welcome." "Well, well, we must see about It; winter come before spring. There Is plenty of time, and 1 don't mean to glv up my plan of having you and Allie to gether. Now I must e your father; will you take me to hlmV" And Itoger consented with alacrity. In the Msage she stopped and laid ber hand upon hi arm. Thank you for taking care of Allie: I know how good you liave been to her." "It Is iie wbo has been good to us," he returned, with a sudden flush. "Aunt Diana, you do -not know tbe blessing she ha been to us; we have to thank ou for that. Alison would never have bn tbe girl she I If you bad not taken so much pain with hex." "Don't moke roe tain, linger." "MII and I have proposed buying ber a little red mo'rooeo book and pre senting It to her," continued Itoger, with dry humor; "the title will be 'Aunt Di ana' Hayings,' for Allie bring out a fresh one every day. Missis aya she I lnventlc, and coins tliem herself; but I have an Idea that tbey or genuine." Mis Carrlngton hook her bead at blm, and only bade him lead the way to hi father' room. Alison had already prepared him for hi slstvr-In-law' vllt, and be held out bla hand with a pleased smile. 'Till I kind, Diana. I said the al ienee was not like you; my poor girl here baa been fretting herself about It; but of course you never got tbe letters." "No, Indeed; Alison will tell you about It rntly. It Is too late for dm t prviong my uu now. nivalin inouui be quiet nt this hour. You see 1 under stand nil about It, Alnsllc; but I am griev ed to the heart to see you like this." "You must not make yourself unhappy about It; It Is only n case of v.itlcnct and 1 have good, attentive children, t wish their mother could see tbemj she was nlnoj so prowl of them." "Yes. indeed! l'oar Florence, you must mlM her. Alnslle." And Mis Car rlngtim'n lip quitered slightly, for her slater had been the object of her dearest affection, she bad neer felt so drawn to Florence's buhatid as she dhl now . her Cray eye rested upon him pityingly. "Children, you Hunt take care of your aunt; ahe must be tired with her Jour ney. To-morrow you most come and alt with me. Dmna." MIm Carrlngton felt herself gently dismissed. but eh did not misimdcntaud dim, and. prelng bis banil Madly, she hdlewed the othets from tlit room. CHAlTKIt XX. Mlstte reMvnl the acus of Aunt Di ana's arrlinl with an exclamation of dls may, ami a hot llusli came to her face. "Ob. AINon. It will I dreadful to see Iter! 1 alwajs was afrnhl of her, you know: she la one of the painfully good people w!w make one feel smalt and hor rid. I'lense don't let her conn? In to night" And MUsle sat llt upright In a ivinlc. Now, MIm Camuglon bad quick .ears, and she caught tko wwt of this speech and laughed to herself softly; for It Is those who try hard to I good who are the most conscious of ell within, and Mtsa Carrlngton was one who had often cried with St. IMul, "The good tMt I would I do not." I lee heart felt very soft toward the willful little girl who bad brought such relsry on herself ami oth ers, eien before she entered sfce room, Uit btr first sight of Mlsete gave Iter a feel ing of surprise. She sahl afterward she ceased to wonder at Alnslle's Infatuation , for tbe child, for she was certaluly a be witching little creature. The pink ribtxHts in MUsle's ibilnty dressing gown were not pinker than Iter rheeks, her blue eyes shone with un easy light, ami tbe soft, fair hair lay Ik delicate ring above the pretty, chlklUh face; Iter rlgbteaed, apteallng hk would have touched a colder heart than MUs Carrlngtan's. and It was wlah real affec tion that site bent over her. Ilut Mlssle'a tender conscience made her aaritik from her aunt's kisses. "l'lease don't be so kind to me, Aunt Diana every one is, and It Is not right." "My dear little girl, we none of in want to set) our poor little butterfly brok en on tbe wheel; we are far too sorry for you. Of course, you have been a naugluj child: you hare been setting your small world on fire, ami have got your pretty w Ings singed. Well, now you have lenrn eil wisdom through painful experience, . ,,.,.... . .1 - I - ami ""'",' ip Ju '"-'mimbcr of piano boxc. Two emmy MLt'lk any one was eter so M lrlJllon. may la put III tlu-eo wicked as I, Aunt Diana," sighed Missle. . nl ' "" w" ni-comtmslnto "Well, my dear." returned her aunt, M-veral hundred sum 1 1 chicken. I'lfly briskly, "It Is not my concern to go about I small chick I the largest numlKT weighing my nelgbUir's lresases lu a tlmt can nfely l housed logetlinr. balance; I don't fancy human scales Mot overcrowding I found In hrooit would be nicely adjusted; but I am quite ,., nnd tho most rummon mtstnko sure of one thing that I was a ery ',,!,, not to consider tlio rapidity naughty efclM miH-lf -tbe red-cbeeke.1 a;- w whk,h ft c,,ck ,u,T(nn)l nm ICI1W ,dJ stole gaic me moral Indlgertlon (m Ilwvtr ,,f , H,eolw ,,,. It was l-po-lble to look trrave over 'j 'H.C wrrl I. to aerate lb Ma: Alb-m's merry Uugk was Infectious. !'" "" w" n,H' mrvr '" ,1B Miss Carriitgton ntaye.1 a few more wis- :lm pllo tt. Owrvrowdlmr rnaulU In ale. queiiofiiac Mlie about her arm. lack of exercise, food nml drink, ami talking kindly to her. until tbe poor ! which tnetins txiwtd trntihlu ami oilier chlbl was quite happy ami at ber ease. jilos-a. Mrk of pure nlr weaken "I iloii't know wt It K" she J iliclr ayatwnj It I Iwtotr to etill out that nlgit. wka Alison gave ber tlihnf of yotlr flock nnd rnlm tlio ro-goo-l-nlght ki.s: "you all seem trying lainlndor In health nnd vigor than to rk...r..,rrrs..rir'.,ovcreroii.l them nnd uffer tin. lo naughty at all. and that there is nothing to forglv." "I thought forgiveness meant that. ' re turned Alison, slwjdy; "ywi know how I be Illble steak of U ldotte.1 mit tlmt means the page I wWle again one ran write freshly acrttss the blank." There never was a merrier supper table tihin the one at The Holm Ibat night; lain as It was. Topple sat up for It. and no one relinked her for her chatter. Itudel kept up tbe character of a tashful school Iwy; but een be relaxed his wide-eyed gravity wn Otter was admired and kind Iti'iuh-ie made after Sulky. Aunt Diana knew tbe way to a boy' heart; though she never had a boy of her own; but there are some unmarried women whose large natures can embrace a whole world of tittle ones, and such a one wo Aunt Diana. ... Hut aa she talked ond laughed with the others, ber keen gray eye followed All son' every nwtement. It seemed to Mia Carrlngton that her darling waa' dmngeil somehow some of the brlghtnes that bad alwaya lighted her young face had faded a little ; she waa graver and mor In earnest. "Alll" b 1M aside her leading string, and ha learned to walk alone," she said to herself; "though heJove me a much a eT, she needs ,ne lam. I ought to be glad to know this, for I nn not ex pect to llv forever." (To be continued.) A Question nt Honor. Mother Willie, you wicked boy, ymi linvci't kept your word. You jironv lwtl you would never utenl Jam, nnd here I tlnd you nt It ngnln. Willie Well, It' no worse tlmn you. You ald you were going out fill oven inc. nnd If you had kept your word you wouldn't Imvo found mo Mealing Jam. Her Hero. "Wlm'a your Ideal of brnvery?" queried the old bachelor. Ia It General Kurokl7 "No," anwcred tho njdnatcr dejei otcly, "lt' a. Monnon." The Tatler, Jifr 1& Cmttlgis sflafr MffllLMMfe ErM 1 t'laT " L -IP -J 2 eVf-Micji!r-r 1SgSlSSe'v I'nriu .Machinery, In what kind of u abcll tm your farm ttmrlilticry mid tools? nsks the ChtrnRii Weekly Itilcr Oohiii. Many fnnucra Imvo it big nuii'lilno stuit mIIIi th ky for n roof. This I n nnitny holt.', but It IM lilt) illendtniltago of Mug lonky when It ruins, and wntcr Is not the beat thing for wood mid lnn. So ninny mini'luln Hint net proills of fit ruling it tv atiHtll. No woihIit, when tbey nr timiimlliil to tmrvlwso n now binder or enlllvntnr nostrly every Niiiiitner. Tbeso machine ought to ntnl will Inst for many istr If iiru'wrly enrol for. Now Is the time. If It l nol nl rondy lxen ilotie. In get all tool nnd Implements, cnrofitlty uttt nwy In n dry bulldliiBn. On relny iny r nt odd tlnira nil tbe wood niMt tnttt work slHiuld Im coattxl with nil or nxle grense to iiTHtent rtt nml ileeny. Till will not only make litem last imiger. but will livp tliem brlirht ninl imhiihI for Immediate nml nallsfnctory tso when tbey are takwi Mit tmxt nprltis Itusty wluvls ami lrtni Mill tmt run sitHMtli. ami Hh rttsty jdcnv U n vexation when the new seeiNtn ojetis for nish work. A ronCa worth of ll nnd n mltiiite'H wirk now will nave nn botir'a work of aeonrliiK ami awunrlng next spring. Men who get rich nml luire money to lend make It n point to probing tlio life of their farm Implement by shel tering them nnd keeping them well died nnd Ktlhtd. Why not you? OterrrtittUlnir t'lilrbens. The gnitt losa oiteti jear from over crowdltix runs up Into thousand of dollar. This can eiislty Ikj remedied by HndliiB a few cent enclt for a I 'J i-m-miini, , ef your whole tlwk. Keep the quar ter clenti to rid them of mite nnd llt-o which ttp the life out of them In n short time. Never allow Hut yotitiR Mock to lm confined In house nnd yard tlmt nre coupled by old bird, n limy tramp nnd rut, over them, and tint Ktiint their growth. Stunted clilekou nro like Muntcd pig no good nt nil ; they tuny pull through to mntttrlty. but tbey can't develop Into healthy bird. 'rv Tnis of Horseshoe. If horse Imil mean of oxpreliis their tlmnk they would probably imlto nml tend n rewiltitlun of grntltude to the Pennsylvania man who I ti von tod Hid '.iiiiM.Vv horseshoe itliowii In the iketcli. Ami hit man who Imvo nccii llie pnllent Ih-iihI fIIiI Iiik nbout on llpiHry Ntreet In (U'HiM'ruto noojtToitouHi. nmi often vnln effort to keep their feet will Iioxj Hint Hie Inveiillon I ii flimiielal Hittveiut, Tlio liorsodioo ha u erle of pnrullel ridge on It heel nml too portions Tim ridge nn tho too iMirtlmi run p'trullul to the longltudliinl iixl of the shoo nml I host nn tho heel jMirtlon run trnimversely. Tlieno ridge form n erle of roci-HMe nditpteil to reecho nnd retnln niiuw or dirt, tliu forming " Ixfirlng nurfnce for tlio kIioo mid innklm; tho horiwi Hiirer of hi footing. Ittimilng In nppo. lto dlretllon, n they do, tho corrugn Hon uet a n ort of brake In which ever wny Hie ntilnml' feet mny linppeit to Nllp, imil the whole effect I to pre vent nnw or dirt "caking" on tlio Hat if tho bIioo. I,onifl)llre funnling, A city mini want to run a big farm by mean of a foreman who will cze ciito order ent film from tho city oflloe. Ho nsks porslHlentlyi "Why !i"jL. I'll Vn I'll I'll v Wl M Mf- e-x 1 .rVi --r-""- liilllud Ihl ll,l I lAiiniit tlila lx dond" Ttlu liskllilt tif i... ......t.... I., ... l.l..ii.t llml ,mr frtimil IIIK.IIII-I.IHMI .-m-.i-.M .- ibx'rt not tmderstiind futmlng nnd emtiii "" ; "" not dlnvt the work to N.t n.Unntnge " r,ll..g to tl.u ns.e.. t.IM even If Nig distance fanning were u."""' feasible thing The pntetlcul fnrmerj While the llrltlslt send on nn nver know Hie aiittfiiltloN. lie know bl,nte two telegnim n bend e. Ii j.str. plnti elmiige eniitliumlly n wmHifr.ncwinllni; to government atnlUtlr. w elmnge nml n plnul itinj nulmnl de-Anierlenii eud only one nisi ouetentli M'loli llo I wnlrliliig, tliltiking ntnl modifying Ills plan uetiinlltig lo etinngol ouullllims. He mnke prog res by lutvlng some thing forced uhiii bl nltetilloii tlirotigli dolly contact. He gitlnt exin-rtnes by dally exerl eiiet". No man lu it city oillee enn farm HtmvMifiilly Miilt be guo to Hie fnrtit nlmost dnlly or else hits a foreman who Is eomH'letit to do more limn exevole oriler The man who actually man nge must Ih on the ground. A hit Agre. lu Nnlletml Mto'kiiutii nml I'ttriner. 1te Mill 'llieiirr. After n erle of uilntitUnc etHrl metil, fur whlrlt lie I noleil, I'rnfe. sor lliK-eker of Hie Mlnnesotu stntlun nltiriiiiil Hint there I a misapprehen sion among the sllolsl nlNiut the qtuil lly nml feeding vnlne of silage by the ftresenee or nbsetere of em tui lb .i.tk. Th iiwral ,uiiniti is that tho II.k. utile more valuable bv devel. mum; the uraln. That I, n stalk with. out nn tr will imiI store up a ntiy units ef feed imlrtt-Mt a It will by I Dr William S lllgelnw, wlei I re fcrnilug nn ear Tut total, of course, 'ttponslldo for the cutting of Ibe tew iHdudfs the ear. Tims the effort I I'titled State gokl odn In Itilagllo made everywhere to iHtrtHtun. a largo j Instead of In relief, a new departure In growing rum ami Imlncti earing.. The eoliMge. I neither n enilptor ler a pmfoesor h fwtml that the stalk tlmt tmioKstimltst. but llie atitlmr i.f the re lw tuner slmwn n ear -If left until wt j. ,H, "Umldblsni and Itn'o-r ntatttn I the mm a aiitMher similar rtalk supis.rtliig the itr. Ihl I teit ... anjamn io w, sk " m'"" ,,,r,r v,,j? '. v.. :::.r:. ; '"" " ""' " "" '""! maturity of the dant are eettrs lv fore soiling. The fact wa also found that tbe "cxiwnso." of digestion wns iiui'i. iin in iiiv nullum nurn' in" . , ,, . . .. . . , ., fissl solids were In he strtlrtupi nf the ..i plant tlmn wtietv lu Hie grain, though the latter wn "asstiil" by Hie nitnll ton of tho smrtilciKv n contrnstiHl with grain dried, 'llie dlsctivery oh-h tip new line of culture. Shall we plant thlck.-r to cet more fodder t culllvnte ft little ileejier to nrrrst lisi rapid growtli nml nsslst In promoting earlier nnd lT' feet ttmlurlty, wbldi InHude, of coitr the maximum amount of nutrition? 4 'nni m err In I Yxtue nt tTornslalh, After numerou experluients Hi cbt-mlsi of the lltircau nf forestry nnd Plant Industry ns.rt Ihnt paK-r can Ui made from eortistnlk by very nearly Hie same process isuployisl lu making It from whmI milp. Moreover, ""v. "" " " "7 . ",,v", "" "'" ery lia been perfiH'tinl the cost of look - log iwiHtr front eoriestalk. (nt present ll.i. hsii a ffl.li.ss t ili.l .. !.ss ana ftlilti. I urli jieMir com nlwut n dollar n ton re to make limn wood pulp nwr) will be n little oer half wlmt It I nmr. Two grade of oornatalk paper Iihvc -en made, n white mtr nmde from the outside shell nf tbe uirnslnlk. nnd n yellow from ibe tilth. It hn taken fifty icnr to develop the present nielli - ml of nuking MtMr from wimm! pulp. Dr. II. S. Ilrtstol, the Jiend of the tat reeit, Udlitti- Hint when prowr ma chinery I built nnd the fanner r onl ine Hint it good rcu-uuo tuny bo derived from the nle of eornliilk, HiHr will bo manufactured from the new urn - terlnl nt half tlio present wood pulp pa hi r. With wooil nt ?.H n cord, pner I inndo from wood pulp nt n cost of fin n ton. Cornslitlk enn Ik iHuight for I.T'of Mag,i(.iurg. mnilu ono which wI n ton nmi tue ;hit mnuu wiin mo. . a .a .. s.s .!'-" preNiint primitive machinery for 111 n ton. The Predion t lions, A dog should not be fed on inent nlono under tiny consldcrntlon, lle lde making lilm it nuisance It inakea htm naturally coriilvoroun nnd often savage. If he I nlwit) fill nt thu conclusion of u ivrtnlu meal dinner, for Instance he will wait patiently until the prciu'rlbcd lime. It I a good plan In feed after one' mlddny men!, giving plenty of green vegeta ble, broad mid potnloe, with n very few Hemp of finely cut meat, the whole well mixed nnd winm grnvy poured over It. If two incnl nre glv en, one tilioiild be nt breakfast time nnd ono lu the evening. One hlioiilil coiiHlst of only n little tmtmciil nml milk or n piece of dry dog hleult. At nn time nlmitld Hie dog Imvu uiorii Hint) lie will eat, nnd If he leave nny thing hi nllownneu nhoiild be reduced or n menl omlttetl. Journnl of Agri culture. lunar from Heels, Heel now miptily one-lmlf of the to tal production of mignr, wlillo twenty OMhVtlZi,,,I!,,flb0Ut0ne-,h,ri,ifa' "own nml plck.,1 1 of tho total product SOMETHING FOR EVEHY110DY llerllil linn ndopteil liinilnoiis (riTt sluns, 'llm Norwegian nrmy Inelnde a ttirH on sit ales. The my roll of Amerlenn ritllromU nmmml to n blllbiu dollnm n jer If eneli Imlltldiinl In New York illy owned en tspint irllon of It real es , . ,.,. .. .,..,,. ,,,,. ,. nmi ine iiernmu utne-ienin. Money I nivtimulntlng In New York City more rapidly tlmn nt any tliuo lu the Inst two jenr. Hanks are re telvlug tiuieli faster than they nre pay ing, a I'd good Intosimcnt Htt Ulng dtllgetilly sought In every dlrctbm 'Hie new ealnloiue of Cotumbln I nl vers lly rhow the total number of citl ter of the administration nnd In Mrilrlnr to l tll);the lolnl lililiiW ef rvsldent sliidonls ft.tlHJi. nN against i.IMi Inst year. Hlmv Hie Inst tain I'htue wn ptlbllslieil right serlal funds have iH'en erented by ierlnl gift or bequest. Ilrlipiette nmsiset of ealitiuu car bide Iihvc Is-en prepnrett by II IC Knf- fer ef Vienna, nnd nre claimed to ht imil li)dnHKiple, keeping Indefinitely. and do net cnuttuu to give off ga ''Her wlllidrawal of water Titer are 1 1""'! lntlmalely liiUlng finely gran "Ied rnrldite with a IdtMlllig mall rUI "inl cwpreesltig In imdd. taUty." He lia given year of study , ulf) uicratHre of Hie I'nr Hast Ulsetisslon nr.. nt n mMliiK "f th "")- tmi, A.r.m. ini ? ItnnntliinM mi - !..lle fnuil the lur-fll guvernmeut lrd asking what order the guardian bad made on n fortie-r letter from thu IsMtril reiuetliig that ,, , ... , , ....iis ..in. the imtiiMir shiiuld 1st uilleil wltn '" ' , ,. ',.,,,,, frk nt meat. It w ileelile.1 to In- form the l(snl gorrrnmeut Umrd that the guardians did not consider forkt inoi-ssary. Nindon (Holm 'IV o Iliisstan sailors, wishing to tie- wrt from their ship lying In the TH Itiiglnml, Hs.k n UniI and rowed f..f tbe ojk'H sen. tiiey iimk wiiu hum fi.Ml nml clothing and Asi In rasti. The IIinnI tide iu-t tliem nshore ngnlu and they tried to btlsl. but the sea wn running t high. I'or ninny li-un they drifted hWplnwly ntxHil. and final ly their tiny croft wn pllihnl upm , ,H(H( ((f MMlmrrll( ,1(r H....tti Shield Here tbey lisik refuge In a ee. where they llveil fmir drt) nisi nights, until their food UsHtiie et Imuatetl. lltmger drt.xe tlmn Info the 1" . " , 'I1?'. BlM mlmn "" w"r" "r i r"m'- I '" ,,IHW, l""'1 ft"!"" mstnl. with ' modHlwIloii, for cnr Mm-b the same fashion coiitlnunl HiMtigti lt ''"'K reign of Iuls XIV. nnd mi"ther ! thniugli that of IamiU XV.. while the . btdle of the middle age never II KM "f varying tliwlr isistutue A fir in ."reek uml the Komiiu. geoerii'iiMi iliveciletl geuerutlou with little i haute In femitle dre; nml jet nil (low la dle of the wst were more nrtltliiliy dreuoeil than those of lo-day Mntiy, no ilutibt. sim-iiI more tlintl tbey ivtild nlford, but when they lind n r-sti; jilres - s they kept It, mid did not throw It nwity to replnee It with niiollicr Truth. Some curious thermometer wciti iipide. Otto tie Htterlcke, hurgomnslrra twenty feet time nnd gorgeou will blue paint mm gilt Nliir. It conisteAf nf n large gloW fastened to n tulj Isdli of copcr. The tul) wn Ik-hIJ uimiii Itself Into the form of n wr; narrow II, lu which wn placed the requisite nmoiiut of alcolas. One run of tho U wu shorter Hutu tlio uthrr nnd icn at the top. On Hie Ibpild m it lloat, to which wiih nttnclied n eif pithslng over it pulley. At the othf end of till cord wiih hung n gl't no gel, II linger imlnllng to n ile e which the degree were painted I'lweldou, the ueet Australlnn gol4 Held, I producing ome reinnrkiibH nugget. t)ne, hIuiiniI extielly like cricket Imil, wn nwutly found ther lying on tho mirfttiv, the Under nt fir! iiilNtnklng It for u mushroom An' now, from tho name plnce, come new of n nugget of KKI ounce aemblliig ii nnutllii hIicII found by an lrlhmnn, nml on the ml Joining cinlui n Seotchmnn nnmed lf Kcnzlu nlmoHt aliuultniieoiisly 1 tniuxlci n thlrty-elglit-ounce nugget on the pom of hi pick. Furthermore, n boy driv ing n bnkor'a curt over the Potu'ldon I field aw tho glenm of piM ,,( a ulco llttlo uuggut of four ounce.