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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1891)
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wan ' ,,n",n
moral of brick.
coming to "
ri. A Ohio railroad will ee,
Ferry, on the right of th.
of MM 30 yard.,
1 brick bolldlnc, about 20 feat
TLtwId. and . witb
TT u, t '" ''
.. t utder elrcomateneee to b.
i l,rtb on In toll oair.tive,
cL i, oi- ,or brif
fearful odde, ai br.T.
i'lre.' lncarcereWd In bum. a
'"teb.BrowB-mede fnmoo. by lb.
It. ki.iorl.B and tbe po.l-.ong-r
rtr. in lb. q " familiar
ro l txnlT !! mouldering In tu
n.rcnimK' &1 a etrenge m.n
2 Is Ch.mber.oufe:, Franklin
rjyt .d eelabll.bed bl. heed
Sat, a' frame houae aeriy oppo
Zmntol l umbal land Valley de
w"Ll... It mar eeem. Ibl. houae
jlDi.flratlon in Jnly, It,
ar" . a. ....taM nl a
gJT,aabttrw by lh rb.t, under
SUn from 0o. JubJ A. Eirly,
27Vaiodlt. Jobn Brown hd 10
ilk Inbitxd an Intanaa dl.lik for
m ibsuiw" - - -
7aarlntiouly opoxieed to Ilia .f .
I j! it not atr.nge, tb.refore, that
2-ttki trials of Kanee, In thede).
Sjar rcfflmiim. Ie abould bave
V .k. ...... it Lha f r.a atata lur.r.
Q LOB V " r" J I
...II. feana, (,,..
JOB PUCWK (UVJ)
fi Mttei bit Mbe-ju 'or the over-
be ol Henry In lb United fj'.ate,
l-w UU to Ctneda, during toe month
Mij.liU, convention which formed
It lie r'otclM and oppreteeJ people
lUtVuiui Hisln. TbU convention,
I May I, ae.td Jabs Browa eom-
rait-la-cale? of 'h forcaa tbal abould
rataaf todar tha conatitntion. ill.
lolmtitt J. 11. Kal, aerrrtary
tar; KJrtri1 Rlf, t-ii-mry of atau;
hnj.lt. Uill, aaoraiary ot ireaaarT;
Erticn, tr.a.urer, and Alfred M.
awart. ud Uaborn Aod.raon, mem
ajataMfma. MllOTftl from May, 1S&S, to Juno,
Xiajoccopled largaly In developing
mmi collecting fnnda for the jjhil
nait liioufb ml.fulded ichtma.
atMntalUted and Brown, under tba
Bai time rt Htnltb, whn three of
Mm, d0( MTeral Tlalta to Virginia,
awn time, to .lamina the flald.
SI P.rry wa. fln.lly lelected a.
leu to Ibe alt nation. Chamber.
VM Bad the baa from which to
few operation!. Hence, In July.
Almrn and kin three .one appeared
Nraeta of Cbamber.bara, end
M a boarding (.lace Orat at
Mud than at tha private boaae
ei aMDiioaaa. UU real miaaion
eakaown to U people, bl. u
Darooea balna thai of a uroe
lor mln.ral. la tba moantal n of
4je and Virginia, atlrtlog tha
lit paid au Doara regniariy
It. trld aa mmw MRlf well-be
Matranger wo Id be), tba people of
"J never aoapacUag that In their
- TOmpiracy waa ptouing. noi
""dlngthta lgaoranoaof bl. plan.,
fjaa waa - - " IkaM ratnnn.
kaff .rnnlaMMiaiia In Kta uhimi. and
fad la Jaly, ISM, wllb a loea of
B ABB AOA
Jkm laUr la tba aaaeon, boxr.
?I pacaao ana naraa..il to
, warn reaal rod through the
wwa boaae of Oak at (Jaofman
2J provided by Health, they were
weiy Kin in tao Talley ana
2po.iU4 oa Uo Keenedy farm
we pnrpooa la Manrlana.aoru
Un from Harpar'a Parry. The
f ihaaa aoxaa war earofuliy
eaadl nr miuiiumi a all
made rort kola..
lag wai kM
the .treat, or
. a . -
15. nil.lii. Monday.
trader ck. bJuZ T l0cllt,,r
th. ui.u,,..,: ;,"'u"r c,e:u" f t
i-teut. h uirt
er C Of lira nr
Aiier iraulMt tfln,i. i..
-- wi v nrown . .ur-
br lb. marine. uLder,
r r riar
i. "noi Pi.c. mad.
U'n. nd ail th. i.. . .
iL.h.A a U lie""ant, one In
lb. be.d at.d one in th, , boulter n'?
'"ibl 't,lcl1 00 ""A
.V. Br"D h" ,hr" 01"'
St vena" l KeDi A"" I
uvtrn. tJwin .nd h.re.ay Codoic At
I:;1 wr,ett- tha K-
A.t"nM' W"""n Thomp.
, lio.ph fbompeon, John Haorl
K..I tbarle.. i,dd, oi,r.r Ander
WbHM M ,ADd"". Uw,fl.ld
Inn I ', 'ldGreene Jobn -'opeiand
and Lswi. La.ry. lb. l.,t four war.
nearoea. U lha nu-nbr, William
Ibompaon, Ibm.n, Oliver and Wal
ton Brown, Ttylor, K.gl, Stvbv
,u , one Pl lhe Anderson were
K.. . . .
nad uVroou ."h" ht"a " l
0"ly treat w ft " ,"te: "
afi.r.'' ' " dot I", hire-
F.'ra,tr"ltai,"'! de"" to be noted
predict"" the ?, rr!,'d,r- Jota Br0n
P"'a Kr ' 'lrtion of H.r-
bronbe:."!. S,." f.'y . Thi.
1 found, on on
ft, t Irli m . .
byfoa W.: 0Wl,' wrillen
Here lies to, (own
" "y John Brown.
It stone, very Due.
nut not tine 18.
tZZZXlTlOr'S D,ed ln ""tlng.nd
mnlt ' 1 bn B,own "baequentli con
milted a greater crime egaln.t the eov
rntnent of th. United bu by lolS'oa
lntb,gre.t rebellion. ThK-Ul "loa?
The age. will oontlnu. tn.i.
Johnrown-a bod, u. moalderlng In th.
But bit soui is marching on."
J. Fbaisb Richard.
HE PHOTOGRAPH KD A BEAR.
But II. Probably Omitted the "Smile Uent
Henry II. Hasan in his travels in
alert to all opportunities tocatch etrik
illf lihototrranha fni. n t,t
Anc.r.on. .r.,d and vrcr. never rai - rnu,-r00l rusky business o photo-
tur.d; John Brown w.t Impn.-vnM .U "'ng a wild bear.
Cb.rietiown. V... nd executed Dtc. 2. I , 110 ""-urned from tho hotel clerk that
iieentMl L former, VJgb.r "lib E l- 1 reel;V 'r nu huntinff is allowed in Yel
win C'om', Oreene aiM Coptland on ! ,. park- -Mr- Igan accom
I c. 10, l'SJij the latter Marcn 10, 18&3 ; Vanl('d oy the clerk, went with his
vriin .Kibcni, who hud nceived nine
TVPE Or MAX LI H EACTT.
F wd to ambraca agrieoltural
, laipiaaMaia. -ran ae
Vwad, however, tbal tbay eon
aworiU, pike bead, and tbr e-
"unltlon. Taoae weapo : ha
Wr ulaoad la tba band, i tba
aaad of mea wboa ba bad collecl-
5 J bambar, aad with them be
y wear, poa.aaaloa of tba areenal
a. eraaajg aaM kaauai g- ".w
w the aprtalag negroee la the
5 raaae kt bad atpoaaed.
Tr"ortwat amade oa Hund.y
0. U, U5t, Before leaving
roaa oa the farm, thla latrepld
aareaaad kle Mlowata, elating
J, Pwagraphi Now, gentle-
a, ,, raa l.l.l wai
Ypo all kaow bow dear life It
Zi bow dear yoar Urea are to
lfi ud la reaveasbenng that,
aTJt't tao llroa of otaert are a
fa" ta yemrt are to yon. Io
;?lrt. take tba lite ol eayoae If
v. aoeaiMW hdm it , hut ir it ii
tSJ la order lo tar
i.thea Bvaka tare work of It. '
I waa aw
i were cap
a k .4 It .11
S..a) rani avaai Iraa tat
.A. wbaa farther latarroMlod
oni for tboaa aou. no
l1 aaoa tba gaarda m
JT" Baaapeetod that It ati
J I. the TUlage. Maa wan
a,? tK at pritoatrt ol
eVtwa waa uhaat what I
ai' , uaawaa aad algbt wi
proralld .rerywhtre, Oa
igbt bowertr, tba nooplt
IT" fad tarroaadlag eoanUy,
SS' tbaaitilrta latooom
J vllaaa aa all alaaa of the
ZL.M aa. aa. darlag Ike
S"r 'lit apwa tao rider..
a teal laTtllalt aaaf woaadad
t J rawa't party waa altl
BarW at Joba IftWl'l
Coo waa captured near Mont Alio,
P.., while endeavoring to eacape with
vrtl other along South mountain.
Coming down to the ae.tiem.nt to get '
lood tor bi. hungry parly, h. w.. be- i
triyed and .pprehended under th. algo
nl lhe lUkonio order bv a alaro catcher
named Dniil Login, aided by accom
p.lre. nurried to Cbainbertbnrg jail,
and given a trial before a Juttlce ol the
,eace. i'ubllc.ympaiby wan atrongly In
b ftvor; bat In bl pocketbook w
found a coiumiiilou a captain,
igned by Jobn Brown, wblch proved
to be damaging testimony agalnaihlm.
11 waa taken to Virginia for trial,
being a brother-in-law ol Uov. WllUrd,
of Indiana, tverv effort m made to
clear him, Hon, Daniel W. Voorbeea, at
fireaant aenator from that elate, appear
ng a. counnel for Ibe defense. All avail
ed nothing, however, and the brlUiant
joung man paid the death penalty. 1 1 In
captor, Logan, received the fl.OJO oCer
cd for hi .rre.t, and divided il among
bla emoclatert. 1 he draft wa received by
tbe caahier of tbe bank in Cbamberaburg,
a couiin of MoUl Keeper Meateriniltb, of
Hbaron , and wa endoraed In red Ink,
Brown't Imprisonment ln the Cbafrla
town Jail wa. full of thrilling Inleraat.
Me received letter from friend, all ever
tbe land, containing word of cheer and
money lor bi. dependent family.
Notwithstanding tbe atrong effjrt of
th. counael for lb. prosecution to In
due, blm to confess tbe co-opr.tlon ol
leading northern Abolltlonlsta. h. stood
firm, assuming all reeponsibilliy for his
ecu, and meeting bla fate heroically.
HI conduct waa etlinilted, even by hla
most Inveterate enemies, to be brave in
the cxreme. Even Uov. Wise pro
nouncid hlin "honest, brave and truth
ful." Tbe lettera written by Brown to
bis wife during thla lime ware full of af
fection, and contained aentiment. of
practical value, educationally considered-
An .xtract will .how this:
"Now let me aay a word," ue wriira
nnder data of Nov. 16, "about the ef
roris to educate our rtuh!ers. Iam no
inger able lo pruVuo mean to help to
ward thai ooieci, ana it luereiore
come, ma not to diotale In tbe matter. I
.ball gralefullyeubmit tbe direction oi
the whole thing to those who.e gener
osity ma lead them to unaeriaae in
their beball, wnuei give anew a nine
rinreeeion of niv choice reepeoting It.
You, my wile, periecuy weu enow iu
1 have alway. expreed a decided pref
erence for a veiy plain, but perfectly
practical education lor bom .on ana
d.ugbler.. 1 do not mean an education
ao very miserable aa inav you aim i go
ln early Hie, nor as eome oi uur cunuicu
have enjoyed. When 1 y plain, but
practical, 1 mean enough of tbe learning
of tbe tcbool. to enable tbm to tran.act
tba common bu.ine. comfortably and
respectably, together wltn tnai morougu
training to good builn.ss h.blt. which
beat pr.p.re. both men and women to ba
useful though poor, and to meet tha
tern r..lllie. ol life with a good grace.
Voa well know th.t i aiway. ciaimm
Ib.lthe muio ot tha broom, naabtub,
needle, aplndle, loom, x, acyiue,
Ball, etc., abould first be learned at ll
events, end th.t ol l ne piano
t -.., i h.m in mat oraer. aa muai wuuw-
cive to health of body and mind, and for
......,,,,,,. r.. .on that after a life ol
camera to the ulace frwiiipnti-ri h th
Ix'ar, dropiied apiece of meat and ad
justed his camera with focus on the
meat about forty-five feet away.
L'pon the sudden disappearance of the
clerk Mr. lUgan for the first time re
flected that, though a cauera is an ef
fective i weapon In some respects, it is
not a first class means of self-defense in
an encounter withabear atshort range.
Besides his camera he had a pocket
knife. However, he overcame a feeling
of growing discomfort and waited. The
clerk sxjn reappeared with another
man, and they were stationed behind
some busl.es near by.
The bear was not long in making its
entrance. As he saw Mr. Jtagan he
broke from a walk into a trot toward
him. Mr. Hagan, trne to the pleasure
of future audiences, stood firm. When
about sixty feet away the bear arose on
ins lnnu legs to make a study of Mr.
Hitgan and his queer apparatus. The
lecturer quickly readjusted the camera,
and caught Bruin in this reflective at
titude. The bear then discovered the
meatjand immediately became more in
terested in it, as evidenced by trotting in
The camera's focus was again changed
and the bear was again pictorially cap
ttired as he rose on his hind logs, the
iri'atdHngHng from his mouth, and gave
a delimit look at the photographer, The
bear and tho lecturer then parted, botb
FEYIALK 8UKKKA0E OPPOSED.
Lord Salisbury's Proposition Creates a
A recent dispatch from London says;
"Nothing '.tas of late excited the Inner
conservative circle so much as the
Marquis of Salisbury's declaration that
female suffrage ought to form a part
of the oomirie electoral reforms. The
conservatives are demanding to know
if this is an essential part of the gov
ernment plan, and a host of members
have warned the government that a fe
male vote plank would not be accepted
by an Influential section of the party
The premier has long been known to
be inclined to concede the right of suf
frage to women as a probable counter
poise to the democratic tendency of the
principle of manhood suffrage, but for
the first time he has tried to commit the
party to this momentous change of
The council of the conservative asso
ciation at an informal meeting recently
w!thout passing a resolution to that ef
fect decided to intimate to Lord Salis
bury that the party was so divided on
tho question that it would bo unwise to
recognize it as a conservative measure.
The Highwayman at Work.
some expc'1"10 nd lnueb obrTtlon,
1 bsve found 10 women well a 10 mtn
who b.v. m.d their mark In life right,
whose early iralnlng was o. "-"
practical kind, to one who had a mor.
Lpular and fa.bton.bl. early training.
Tt baa b.n remarked that tha period o
Brown', confinement In J.il wa. one of
.xciument and Intereat. Abolition ore
for. and paper, denounced tbe outr.g.
aa'lJ.t hrowit In moat bitter term..
November of that ye.r. niddlna-a
"110 M lleward-Joahu. R. Olddlng.
hvfn openly decl.red hlmaelf a
.u"r In a apeech In Philadelphia,
L Oct .nutber. being no pro
aVeani. tosay, by which ha can D.
him to death.
",or aatl.factory reaton. I w""0
' ""Vr .orbl C't Klc'hmo'nl
H-Ato' TbJE-W difficulty, I am
Whig. l " .. jprj opon a raa-
tore, In '''D,tb? ue .aid Old-
onabla proapeot ol gelling me aa
dings to tbU city.
uTsW, oidV.n8,?-w.. not -
..at for burial occurred
lag tba oration. A w'n;l,tnJx,cllon. of
.how how VOVMM W! f, ta, .boll.bad
tba ntrapld man! Dl,
;..r.r, In Virgi; Vo m.yy
I. too muob. Oar '"" (B , , are
man w. know. Tha boon ' "l,Mad
Botton tuMi.wbn,f;;;;B , ,
. urn, tod PwVw.y
Foolish ' "", ieint btt
Wby did-' t k. - bndlBf oolo.
lerr Now wtttt J
Ml on that bb;,LB,!h Kmind Botton
fn. th.t day th. Ua wblch bo
loUreal ''w1n-Ni"l;,lknd. Ht
. . viraioia ..
U Tlrfibw ""- 7- 1, .till
Harper'.."- VliP-. .!
there. . gresn
.... .ar Bill.,
iau rt u
A Much Keglarted Subject Treated Waw
uiauly lovellneu Hae Been Sum
For some time eastern journals hare
been publishing columns of pictures,
pen and chalk plate, descrintng the
feminine beauties of Boston. New York
and Washington. Twenty-five or thir
ty of these brilliant butterflies have
been described for the benefit of the
rest of the sixty-five millions of Ameri
cans, and, perhaps also for a considera
tton. But the beautiful men, or beau
ties who happen to wear bifurcate I.
garments and mustaches have been Ba- -ly
neglected. Not a column has ap
peared about them.
It is for the purpose of supplying this
long felt want that the present article
is written. It is a venture, and if it
pays it may be continued.
Among youn? men who attract at
tention upon the broad and smooth
boulevards of this city when the oven
ing air is filled witn balm and the
aroma that is borne on tho
wandering winds from gas work,
flats, is Mr. Carlos Bumphard
of Calamus Alley. Mr. Bumphard is
at that period of his manhood when the
form is just rounding up and the iraces
of boyishness have completely, but
recently, disappeared. His beauty is
ofarare and striking character, the
latter quality being inherited from hi9
lather who was a rausplitter in central
Indiana in his youth. He is a little
below the medium heisrht, but would
be at least two inches taller were it not
for the fact that he is somewhat hame-
legged. This defect is no fault ot his.
but result) from his having been taught
to walk al too tender an age, before the
ostein of his lower limbs had been pro
perly stiffened by a sufficient deposit of
phosphate ol lime. Unfortunately, too,
this malformation is not concealed by
the style of clothing the tyrant fashion
prescribas for male wear as it would be
Mr. Bumphard's face It an exceed
ingly attractive one that is, it is ex
ceedingly likely to attract attention. It is
almost perfectly round, and the dimple
ln the clan is neatly accentuated by
large and smooth mole skilfully placed
just beside it by the artist, nature. His
eyes are of that splendid greenish gray
ho admired by Spanish ladies, and have
the line fishy stare so affected by a cer
tain social school which follows the
English, you know.
His hair is of that deliciously uncer
tain hue which approaches nearest to
auburn, and is trained in ravishing
bangs over his low, receding brow, Indi
cating the intelligence and sentiment
which the followers of Ward-McAllister
esteem so necessary qualifications to
admission to the inner temple of the
His nose Is a very catching compro
mise between several recognized orders
of nasal architecture. Hts mouth, too,
is a study, and is slightly overshadow
edrbv a budding mustache which the la
dies sneak of as being "soft as eider
down and never tickles."
Mr. Bumphad's gait Is
the particular envy of the
smaller bovs who may be seen, half
dozen at a time frequently, following
him down the alley and imitating his
peculiar method of putting down his
feet, ills nanus are nneiy inouiueu.
or. as some who dislike him sav, "mil
dewed," this uncomplimentary epithet
bains? su?2ested by several large and
fashionable looking freckles on tnem,
But It would perhaps weary others
who aspire to a place in the gallery of
celebrated beauties to further descant
upon his merits as an attractive young
man who may as yet probably be classed
as only an amateur beauty. Mr. Bum
phard certainly has a brilliant future
before him and will ere long be known
far beyond Calamus Alley as a young
gentleman of great promise, and it is to
be hoped of equal performance.
This is, as has been said, the first
American attept to write up a masculine
beauty, and the effort is given to the
world on its merits, which, if equal to
those of the subject of the description,
will certainly cause it to be adjudged a
success by thoselwho appreciate enter
prise and truthfulness in a new writer.
World's Fair Note.
Virginia's building at the Exposition
ill be of the old colonial type, measur
ing 33x76 feet, two slorif s high and sur
aounded by a piazza 15 feet wide. Its
ooat wiU be 120,000.
Mrs. Paul, Lady Manager for Vir
ginia, has written an interesting letter
to Mrs. Logan touching the colored
woman's exhibit at the Exposition. The
As a Lady Manager for the State of
Virginia, I shall chaerf ully do all in my
power to promote the interests of tbe
colored women of my State. I consider
that they have tbe same rights and are
subject to the same regulations as white
"I shall take pleasure in giving to the
colored women of my State all the in
formation and assistance possible, by
sending them the publication of our j
Board, and in every way striving to
promote their interests. I have already
distributed a good deal of literature
given me for that purpose by tbe Colum
bian Association of Colored Women ot
Chicago, and I shall be glad to co-operate
with any one ot the colored people
ot this State may appoint to represent
Quaritcb, the noted London book-
dealer, intends to send to the Exposi
tion ao autograph letter of Christopher
Columbus, for which he paid 83,000.
Seventy-four cases ot relics of tbe In
dians and Mound Builders have been re
ceived by the Department of Ethoool
ogy of tbe Exposition from Chillicothe,
Ohio. They contain a great variety of
prehistoric implements and utensils,
such as axes, arrow-heads, pipes, bowls,
jare, etc. They were exhumed by a
party acting under the direction of
One pcre of ground within tbe Horti
cultural building has been reserved for
an orange crove from Florida and the
same amount for a grove from Cali
fornia. These trees will be brought to
Chicago next year and planted, so that
they will bear fruit while the Exposi
tion is open. These two acres consti
tute two interior courts of the building.
Mrs. Potter Palmer is to drive the
last nail in the Woman's building. The
ladv managers of Montana, at the sug
gestion of Mrs. J. J. Richards, are hav
ing the nail made of gold, silver and
copper. It will be forwarded to Chicago
as soon as completed.
Here is an incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. " I am a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss, .where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soou after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottles of German Syrup. I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
Pethr J. Brials, Jr. , Cayuga, Hines
Co., Miss. -
.. . ii
"8ay. ml.ur, wberao- ya.
"Raffled it blcT p. .
"Nawl Yerjag. 1 mesa; ytr ban I
gotnotbln' butejeg. ,.inrk.rl"
' -WbaMer miiur wli t tu-torktyi
Raund the Earth by Steam.
This little planet is about 24,000 miles
in circumference, and within a score of
years, we shall probable be able to
make over 20, 000 miles of the journey
in a palace car. We shall start, say
from Boston, and follow the sun to San
Francisco. Thre we shall be switehed
nff nn the line which will run through
British Columbia to some port In Alaska
Bronchitis For hoarseness and
sore throat, Brown's Bronchial Troches
are a specilic.
The frosty appearance of glass which
we so often use when it is desirable to
keep out the sun or for a protection
against inquisitive eyes is brought
about by using a paint composed as
Sugar of lead, well ground in oil, ap.
plied as other paint then pounded
while fresh with a wad of batting, held
hetween the thumb and finger, after
which it is allowed t- partially dry.
Then with a stiaight edge laid upon the
sash you run along by the side of it
with a stick sharpened to the width of
the line you wish to appear between
the diamonds, figures or squares into
which vou choose to lay off. Detroit
No Antmali in the Dry Parts of
No animals whatever are found ln
the dry parts of caves. Dampness or a
certain degree of moisture seems to be
escential to their existence, under the
stones one finds white eyeless worms
and in the damp soil around about are
to be discovered blitid beetle in little
holes which they exacavate and bugs
of the thousand-leg sort. These
thousand-leg bugs which in the upper
world devour fragments of dead leaves
and other vegetable debris sustain life
in the caverns by feeding upon decayed
a linn which even so conservative a
mllrnad man as Charles Francis Adams
prophesies will be in operation before j wood, fungus growths and bats' dung.
aWDhltl WOR ACOOlf rU.BD.
v . f - from Portland, Me,, barn
bolt that lircu ' lth , Wgtrmain
t hn hahv who is now cutting his first
tooth celebrates his 21th birthday. At
Alaska we shall take a short trip by
water and reach the eastern terminus of
the Siberian railway in a few hours.
From that point we shall skirt the
northern boundaries of China and India,
just graze Afghanistan, and entering
Russia in Europe stop over at St. Peters
burg Ifor a night srest. Then will come
Berlin, Paris and London. The czar
is pushing the Siberian railway with
great vigor. Half the distance to the
pacific has already been covered. When
paying mines are developed In Alaska,
as they will be, we shall connect that
territory to the states by the contin
uous whistle of locomotives. With
these two lines in operation we can do
the 21,000 miles with ease and comfort
and the other 3,000 across the Atlan
tic by steamer in five days, or possibly
That is something to look forward
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