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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1885)
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L S& 2Kftfe-fc
Bical region on
.'reek known as
the Italian seav-
Kue lminenional de-
its of their carls, and
and decaying masses
is 01 oiu iron aim other
commerce, as well as the
imvs 01 piate nenevoienuy dropped
iilo the ash-barrel bv careless servants.
lis.s'on (.'reek, at high tide, is
for a considerable distance a navigable
stream, and il was generally conceded
ll,Mt Itr.nvcO.r c hrouli -ir.1 a'.i .
shrewd venture, ami would toon 'turn
the tide of trallie from the crowded thor
oughfare of St euarl street. The Prince
of lied wood himself had felt all the
glow of a prudent man's eomplaccncv
over this evidence of his own sagaeitv.
but a Mcrmy interview in the under-
the serenity will! wlreh heJiad hitherto i
viewed liis new acquisition. Meeting
omce 111:11 noon
comrades, meu of his own
regiment, who had fought side by side i
wiiu niiu uiiougu me lum vcars oi me
Civil war. ho cast aside the perplexities
of the day and plunged with eager zcM
.into the animated discussion of past
.campaigns, iu the course of which he
made the inquiry that heads tlrs chap
ter. The question was repeated by an
Lenoir?" The speaker who volun
teered a reply was a member ot that
very agreeable and highly entertaining
class of individuals who are commonly
accredited with the possession of uni
versal knowledge, and whose informa
tion is about as diffuse and inexact as
the average encyclopaedia of biography.
Lenoir's wlfo died just before he was
mustered out in '65. llrokc him all up
for awhile, but he rallied and went
down to Florida, invested in an orauge
grove, and lived on the fat of the land."
He was an odd fellow Lenoir,"
remarked a gray-bearded veteran
who endeavored to 'reconcile his predi
lection for powder and cold steel by
.keeping a gun shop in Dush street
Odd! there wasn' t a nobler fellow 1
- - . - , .
in the service. He was a hero, if ever . abov tuera- J'011 kow
one existed." Brewster spoke with This stammering communication
such unwonted energy that the others ' amused Brewster. A queer notion en
looked at him in surprise, for he was tered his head. He would confront the
generally regarded as phlegmatic in usurper himself aud see what manner
society and cold-blooded in his business of ereature he was. II called to the
relations. He cooled down a little as otlice-boy who was walking down
he observed the sensation his remark ' the road, bidding him drive up
hail created, and exchanged his ent.iu
.siasm for a dry, argumentative tone. ,
'You know I was a mere boy when I
enlisted. Some of our folks knew
lenoir; my mother spoke to him the
-day we marched, and well, I could tell
you a thing or two about the Colonel
that none of vou ever knew. I'm not
to gush over the man, but xou .
1 J. , r ,...,-.
mav ue mierestea to near ot a little in
cident that happened in Eastern Ten
nessee. lou remember .in v. 18h-
iirhen we marched through the mount-
ams and camped m a uarrow delile
liev called Kattlesnake f:iss? By .
corge, I shall never iorget the place
the day of mv death: shut in bv
. rocKV walls, loose sand under- ' with the rest. Did lie venture to ques
not a green leaf or blade of grass tion 3-our authority, or my right to con-
seen, outside of a scant green
bordering the starveling brook
Jckled along one side. 1 noticed '
sucn ings and cared more about them
Pan e older men. When I joined j
thi) oi . a. 1 -i... I
nC arv I wis inst. tnrn.-d rorrhfoen.
mSUX ChoV.fiill nf lvitrint-in lirp rsvinff
. V "" jwr ..Uv.. v-....v.v, ,
over thestjce of our cause, ambitious
5V? 'nct:on, greedv for carnage
5Joded. One year had cooled
ma down i:t wonderful wav, and the
CaWSC might tiitv. mmn to thunder for
-. I.-... f-V..W .W . W..MV -
into any re-
rue score or more oi
was soon d riving at a
up Market street, and out
For the first few blocks t he well-
!aved street was lined with hnnd-ouic
buildings and presented the appearance
of an important thoroughfare; but. as
he progressed, the buildings dwindled
in Mature and were occasionally al
ternated with a handsome, comfortable
residence, and the pavement grow un
even. Half a mile further the street
abandoned all pretense at smartness,
trailed humbly between one-storied
warehouses, leaped a railroad track,
lost itself in a maze of switches, and
resumed existence in the guise of a
wagon road, terminating with a dismal
wooden structure, standing in a deso
late region and Hanked on one side by
tall lumber piles. The clerks and d.iv
I laborers were tiling away, and the
1 night-watchman, a quiet-mannered
man. with an unlit lantern in his hand,
bl00t.0!! th? s!?Iy
'Well, Martin, what sueees-?"
"1 gave them warning, sir, to clear
out, early this morning, ami kicked
",l ,r , , , ,
lciev d be :
",. , , 1S'
their hou-es over after thev left, for
ick again to-night, like
"Great guns, man! Don't you know
"s :u ,):d
" lsir ! II1S
a- a dozen? I can t get a
nrinei oti tlin -:t.w"L- wiMi-
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"1. ,:i-T' uuul1, I: u Ul l ,c"
sausiv me coiupauv uiai uie wnoie
tribe is gone."
The tribe referred to by lirewstcr
consisted of a floating population of
disreputable vagabonds, allied in
character to the hoodlums and
criminals commonly known as "wharf--rats'
aud hay-bunkers, "' who
had squatted on the "dump,"
and utilized the cans plenti
fully scattered over the ground in the
construction of a miniature village. The
members of this peculiar sub-stratum
of society were fabled to eke out their
sustenance by diligent grubbing in the
heaps by w Inch they were surrounded.
They were looked "upon by the police
and the public as a dangerous class of
citizens, and the underwriters very
wisely refused to insure property in
their proximity at the ordinary rates.
Martin, meanwhile, advanced "a lame
It was early, and he hadn't shown
himself, sir. I didn't (mite like to knock
this house down about his care. You.
see, Mr. Brewster, he's different like
lrom tnc rest -mute carries
to the house and inform
he would be detained
The two men. left alone, stool at the
window and looked in the direction of
the raed village, to detect some sign of
life: but they saw only a stray uogWho
wandered disconsolately amid the rums.
snifliug the heaps of garbage with a
! 1 r..1 .- MM. . l:.l.. " , 1
disdainful a:r. Ihe light waned and
the serried ranks of mist that had been
If ". -! .&
iving in wait am:a me western lulls
and aeross the stmits. closetl in upou
the cicy. l lie merchant grew impatient
uud-ir lhe long delav
'I can't uuders'and, Martin, why
vou ilsun t getnd ot the man along
trol niy property?" ,
'Whv, vou see, sir. I didn't like to
speak rough to tb old chap. I'd
venture to say he ktsn't alwavs been
what he is now. Fpt iV I didn't sneak
,- ,- . T . . . . .
to him direct,
ught he'd take the
hint and leave..
man shrank from
it Hkornst exnressed
in his employ-!
W.nn tknn liiitenpn
to smooth awavbl'fv,.. ;ri;rna.
tiou with a nPFfcfitethourhL
n hi3 own land, not forty rods aw
dead man was lying, who had per-T
:ips perched from lack ot proper iojU
nd care: I hen a uetter sentime
irred his heart. He ws a narrow
niled man, but not hard-hearted
"Take your lan'ern and come ahea
.lartin; no morgue on my promises, il
I can help it-"
They stepped out into the chill anu
darkness, carefully locking the door be-.
hind them as a precaution against law J
they lett oehmd
malaria! poisons tilled the air, and a
host of unsavory otiors assailed them
Keeking vajiors seemed to arise from
the putrid heaps and clutch at their I
throats with phantom linger--. Their
Ium mtruuers. ,va uie iwt oei urn nrew-ter and p.it to t iht hi-absurd :i!most a much a mvsterv :u- ever i:
them uie laii iiimoei-iiiie uu i.-ieir , ntncies. i ,0re was noth ng lr king or u.liS. The cudit.on under whirh eleo-.-weet
scent of the wood, and ap-j uncommon in the spare iigure. or the lr:C parfc-. large or small, are di
nroached the border of -MiSsioii Creek, old face with it-bno. ot .-.r.. .....i n;.. .i. i :-..: i i ..i i....
lectsuppeu anu saiiK inw uie ma.-ses , to look, at the left temple and -of
festering decay. It was Brewster's Bah! Back to those old memories of
first visit to this choice portion ot his . the war again! So much for th per
recently acquired possessions, and the) niciou- effect of the afternoon'- as-oeia-thought
came to his mind that it was a j lions. Well, wha' wa- it. after nil J
poor .-tick of a man who would deny a Only a young fel-ow. his blue -nit in
fellow-creature the hospitality of such tatters, crazed with fever, crawling pa-i
an accursed snot, on any other grounds the dead line, a strong hand slrek bed
than that of ita total uiilittie.-s tor out to -ave him, a dulfieport. a bullet
human occupancy. Suddenly Martin . leaving a bloody tra.-k a. n-s the tem
brought up with a short step, swinging , pic and along the -rain of the rescuer.
nis iauieru arouiui to uiumiiiaie me
spot for his employer's inspection.
Here we are, sir. I
wrewsier leaned lorwnrd and descried
a low. irregular structure, not four feet i
.above the ground at its highest point. '
ilis preconceived notions of the slvlc of
milding operations jiursued
in ine-e i
imilive dwellings were completely
Instead of neat and shin-'
rows oi uu cans, rising ner upon
iinio a pretentious and tanciliil
Uure, he beheld a rude framework
iii.-u ooanis, niiieneciij covered
iter hesitated an instant l.;fore
He could not announce him-,
It friend, for his mi-.-ion was far
icndly. He resolved to jiresent
ion strictly neutral grounds
not to give you a more lining
7jii, mine ho-t, but as I m iiardly
ripe to rec 'ive company if you 11
Ind enough to slip oiir bill under
I'.rew-ter's dignity was offended. It
Ivas all erv well for him, tiie man of
property and position, to coude.scem
to address a joke to the vagabond who
ty strips o tin .an humble de-, old -cirecn.w? Brev,-,er ,t.,.,ed mi- pomts and disappear a-t.ey divide into ,,,v..r ,, U a7,d atew u,d im.U ?. ."rTl iZTli
a.nst wind and weather; li.e pul-.vcly foruard. naelnng over for a ,:UIlU.r and faint-r tiber- in the dark .kl, o!l . llw M.im, an , .,, H MMnrt , j," "XTirtTrkJlh ibT
ipology tor a covering He had . ehun 1; ot iirewo.d aw .wardiv b:u-h- ,ky. ,:t.jlirilill!r to the high cloud ma-s of green pea-, add.ag tmr- wai!-r U i lbu ulW I l.,wlK .J 4t
aU but a cur,ory glance at nig t he s rangers he l u,t, his arm . lf 5U1V ,,,.,,, lullooni-t ,ur a- ; llw;.Brv !,, th(. ,w.a. ,w t..,,.,. t. w II aaic iJT 2E
kails, when a weak voice Horn and knocking oil the .-lou.-h hat. . .-end through the rag.ng vortex to its .,.-,soii w'dh in-pper and but far iAlti ! i i ! , L XT1 -vL
ior hailed the visitors. He he-itaed ju-t long enough to ob- lll.,ivi. SIIIirmil hl. u?1Id !,.,. oppor- j 'TJJZhTLT I SCl.-V'r
8 there? seneawh.tetr.uk acro-s the temple ;,.- t. tr.,v.. ., .1 .nmtv th.. mi.i.i,i. .... . . i-.' ' ' "
trespas-cd on Ins domain; to.- tne ra guest an-en troin Ins cnair and con
cal to presume to as-unie a .ocular tone ttoiiling liim wi'.li a white fa-'e.
toward him. in turn, was inloleiable! '
He thought of the. underwriter- and
the increased premium, aud interrupted '
l he fellow angrily:
"Come now, this won't do! Clet out
of here, and aw:iv with vnii!"
Sorry to be unable to comply with
...".l:. . : i ... i .i. . . .
---m ----'-' --W --.- t i . .
oui iioiue icmicM, Ml, oiil 1 mm 1 ;
think I could walk very far to-night."
Humbug: I want you to under
stand that you are on my ground, sir.
Iv.ery moment ou stay endangers my
propel tv. 'hit of this place in two
minutes, or I'll have vou under arrest!"
Brewster had worked him-c!f into a
line rage, and felt that he was acquit
ting him-elf with credit. His self con
gratulatory meditations were inter-
rupted bv a movement within the I
tramp's domicile. The highest -ection I
e .1 111 .1
of the root was pushed away by a thin I
nauu, ami a inn erect pgure ro-e
tbiomrh the anertiire like . a i:iek-in-tlie-
a r t i
it left its impression.
lonarv plans ot
ly planned by hungry men m
Mich extremities, to be earned out in
case of release, he had taKen one sol
emn oath. He had vowed that if ever
he escaped from that wretched hole, so
loug as he lived and had it in his power
he would never fail to feed a hungry
human being. Through all the tluctua
tions of his business career and the
manifold duties of his busy life he had
kept this pledge inviolate, as many a
drunken loafer and disreputable bum
mer in Steuart street could attest, lie
solve had grown into a principle of ac
tion, and principle into habit. He re
called this custom now.
Here, sir; this will get you a round
meal down yonder," nodding in the di
rection of the cheap entuig-hou.-es in
Fourth street, as he nftended a quarter
he had extracted from his trousers'
pocket, earefuily weighing it in his
hand to make sure that he was in no
danger of giving away a gold piece by
Do vou think that if I wanted char-
ltv I would be occupying inu- paiauai
. . . -1 . 1 1 f
man.-io.i and fa-ting until reluse gar- ;
bage seems a mess lor a King?
box. Something more than Uie une- j in" explanation of the new tor will, woum i-known oy me urem-iiing run
pected nature of the apparition cau-ed ilWi'ver take off the ed-'e of thi- tri- ' recorded bv ob-.rver-there, theang-tlar and of inferior uualitv. the unrrlfivd
Brewst-r to fall back with a tart. as if! .,, ...J.,," ti. r.,-o?..,s oF.1... s",- , 'lti:,,,!,, of ,tH vvni?' cloud-top-, could be ! strain teud.iig to and vtabiuinug bieu-
he had jen a "-host. He wa- not '" . .. . ., . i e-tiinated bv observer- in other towns i ..1..1 fnil,ia
f-inciful man but the uncanny locality. - J'. om.un. iiiik, .11 1 1- ( .u.e 1 ,, j eertain hour s v- . .. , , -, 5 , ,. ,
1.1111.1111101.01, uui tnu iiiiLaiiu 10V..01H. , s jt(.ri:imj where il was invented.! , , , . ., , ow. h.- tru fruit 1- 01 redneiti val-
the noisome smells the curliti"" wreaths 1 o . . 1 o mi . , . a-is provided for 111 the plan 1 n- I
tnc noisome sun us, uiu nu w u. uns jie .i:l,el,e..Marche." I he watch 1- ..,,' ,,..,,, T1.fniir,ifl,rl..,i Wl.(,'i',aii( aimo-t worthh-n a. a market
of vapor, the moon struggling to pierce -.. 1 ; ,f , p..-e( i, un .Meteorological Societv
the thick veil of mist overhead, eouided. . an I then it would be ea-y ciioug!, I fruit why not exmm-nt a littlo. (
. , , , . . inner- 110111 nn- oiiuii.ov .uuii ;i 10
peniaus. with the afternoons reun-I ...... .. 1,". ..-.,.......
... , .. 1 iiitni- iioiii iiu- oiioii.ov li.uuii ;i- 10
with the afternoon s remi- I ......;.,- appearance lis --works" are ,
niscences. earned him back tw,,,ly ' )rol(.c.tl.(i hv a sou ire ct-e iu-teul of -i mum in.u tie ep an.-uioii part id tln-tree, which I certamlv no J landlord Inraa'r It vnt big
years, and he was in the pens of Ander- j j. , 0 , -foV : rea-ont.iat wi 1 appear ''f I,,IW tnTln' i-'" 'f t-'"" "''d ,i.n.'t t:i.u. taking but n few ui note. ia.Hey U, lnn a prprtT bK- thi- Ur
.-onville. waking from a troubled sleep ' (lu.,. tJlL. 'olu.r f,..inin of the watch " ;' k'eneralIvaet-.-pted. ar.d it i- with of ltIm? Hul M t,. u.,t . nirnml J twice what it trth. bat mr mty
to see the thin form of Lenoir stealing jaVe btvn ,i,.sl.r,i,Bli n di tail. The , VC'V Earning more re. t- iy f.ir ,.uun;,h u pil lhl. ,u !.He'it, which ; tj apar n fn0 - t4mUijm
to his side at midnight, to thrust into . nc fl.nturi! of lhp W:lU.u : tllf. au,. uI,at the fact of the ea-e are that the . r,. f.H . r,.MlotB ul irum ,tt,t nU full
the lad's pocket a cru.-t of brea. I aved n.uk. Mvindiii" lnechatii-m wn cl ';,n"" Jf rcfwil to arc in h. j ,0 lm. .()llrtll, ()f , ffB , if t .. ilb- H-aW "lo to tblafc !ki
from his own scanty rations. He put 1lta n lu objt.ct7n ,ie.,v , prrfei;ion ' "ml;rf-k,n "" '"l a' points of the j a pru,,K. u.ar,.r. 'iw ,i.jiniltv ivanl- j Koh..f prnUT. Mr Hl.rtbTr JiU
the i collection of that wretched ex- Qn the side of the watch that the arlxit ,,,,0,1 ; fl "'""' select on of a , lv in ,o: r,.movlll: ,.ougr" WI.. u i vv-rtbr trrriiitf tbittB o-wi-peneuce
resolutely from his mind, but of ,i. wm,i;n- barrel is ex 110 ml an "ner of sinijde j.kenomena Mich a.s u:1om.!v K,.u lrt nol ,,. thjlIJ n, ,rfla,,raianr -W.!!. b ba-a vrrr m.
..... . r t'i:ui .ii.itv ii ..iiv; i-- , oi s o ii i . ?....., i
lirewsier iecaiieu u;t .0.0 .o o..v.
saal. and drew back his well-meant of-
1. .... .. ... ... .... t . rh ......
fering with a sense ot personal muin. ,
i.. ...t i:-.. ., ....1 1
u:i, come now. ie u. ur- .1 -um.
fel'ow, and make no more trouble, '
The lumberman was impatient to
bring the interview to a close, tie still
lingered the silver ph.ee with an uneasy
1 k . 1- ti-to !.& a-k-
sense thai u wouiu oe u -uei m mt- ov
-ession of a vaualoud. The man rai--ul 1
1 1 ?l aa.-w.T C - lv.-ll f
n.s lauereu nai. wiui a wim". "--"'
and e-s veil to step over the walls of
his abode: but his legs proved too un
steady for the succes-ful accomrdish
m -nt" of his purpose- He stumbled,
rce'ed and sat down on his own roof
top, wn ch rasped and clashed iu a dis-
H-ewster knew the meaning of the
action. How many times had he seen
some poor fellow, reduced to the last
limits of inanition, falter and fall by the
way on a forced march. His reflections
exploded in two words, each possessed
of three syllables, and followed by an
exclamation point. The first was
starvation:" the second differed only
in the first syllable, and represented a
vetv essential article of faith in the
orthodox creed. He supplemented the
remarks with an imperative order to the
watchman, who forthwith seized one oi
r- ... . .r. ,l.
vagrant's arm. Half I;-a ling, half
njrt.ng him. ignoring his faint pro-
s. they took him up the i-th to tin
ce. and placed him on a clia.r tefure
As they progressed on their slimv
th. Brewster incon-e MH-nt'v recalled
e battle of hil h. wh.-n Lenoir, badly
oun led and thrown from tie .-a.idk-
f a dviug hor-e. had lxen lel to the
JBTiir, protestiug and lighting ev rv step
fof the wav. As he came into the 1 "ht
',,,,. r.;, ... i, , ,-.
,01 the ofiice u.n-lo'.vs. he n vouir.e I :r
Ifce sensation b. the di-cnerv tha" the
an wow a cheap overcoat of milda-r
loth and cut. of the -t.nrun u.n.itlv
oth and cut. of the -tarn
ueceu u. uie "itay-bunKr-.
. -- .... w.iv. ,,,v,
lire anu ne sat there a imitin.n- vm-
f live, his fell hat with it battered br.m
drawn dowti over his eve- and parliailv
.-hailing his face. Tlw lir-t glance a":
the stranger in the horn .-t li-ht of the
ollice lamp had in a inen-ure rea-ured
very ordinary face, an emi-
nently prosa'c face, he a ur.tl hims.-lf;
of the same tvpe as ten thoustnd otiiers
in the city, but he could not ie- st a
cray de-ire to see the forehead bare I.
And why had he lost -.ght of the gal
hint old soul all the-e vears? oii-
found it! Lenoir mi iust the on
sneak oil from hi-- friend
u-ed him ill
i... in uie in a uugoui .i.li
... . i
1 es, ami to -est and ila-,h out with
1" v V"
uaunue-,--.pir.t m a moment ot humil-
lution and shame ttiat held uor-e terror
to a prmid soul than the brave-t -oi-
uier ever laeeu on the P.illie-neKl.
ould poverty, and de-mrr. and ill-l
health, relu c the high so il d gentle- '
man anu somici to uie iik
and through the -t.ar-e grty hair, then
with his bra n in a whiil. secured the
stick of wood, laid it c.irefulh upon tin
blaze, took out pencil and note book j
ami scnuoie.i a lew i.ee, io in- wne. . i ,i,ul j. U(.uld ri-o .-lowlv at tir-t.
cIom-carriage, a lire iu the bed loom. fr it i, thought that the falling ra.n
a warm dinner: his p. neil cher Led o.l iro. (..UIM. a downward current of air
the item- at lightning
spee.l. He '
called t'.e v.atehinaii ami di-patche p
him with the note, i ting tin- iuan" I
wondering look lh oie ot tein ! -
ci-ion. As the door closed behind the !
me. enger. ami in- tnnri.tig ioo:.-icp-
I I echoed lainter and fainter in the di
tauce, he turned to iind hi- comnul-ory
The alms diou-e? I'll die lir-t!"
"A'i ' r whilr I lm 1'uloin-l Lnir!"
Having uttered this hi. nit a iirance. j
Brewster sat staring at hi- old friend
through a mi-t of tears. The old man i
an-wered with a .-t.irlled look. He
- . .,.--
drew the s'om-h hat over his eye-. Hi-;
j'lim ioi'Liil I'liiivnl.i v.dr I
Old and tiiin ami
,. w"x ...i. ..
irriv iivitrf'i L ..11
rever-e-, cru-hed bv mi-fortune
I lie I
Colonel wa-, found out. ban Francis c.
A NOVEL TIMEPIECE.
An Inanition That .M.ila- :i W.ilrli WInil ',
lirlf :u tlif Vc4rT V:ilh. j
A watch that winds it-elf by the mo-
limi nf tlu viv.ir.-r i, tiie la'ist wnmlur '
()f .'ro,. 'he motieved touri-;-
. '.., , '. . ,', . .''
abroatl wil probably come Lome in the
.... .... ,. , , . ,
t 1 iiiiihiiia-ii kitii iiii-iii :iiiiiiiif
their st.n-at-hoilie frit nd-. The fo.low-
arm. s-cured at the end and with :i
hammer-like attachment at the other,
moves downward whenever disturbed
from a po-ition of ab-olr.te rest. 'I he
force of a spnng adjusted und-r the
arm furnis.ies the reaction, and the
oscillation is repeated with every -K'r
taken bv the wearer. J his i-. tran-
for th- lir.-l t.me is wound with
U-t .tiooo.ftil ontmn tf fri .) f-i' mitinir
apparatus; forhe rea-on that il im, .
....L.i w;,..miir- n,,.i o o-n ...,:,- i !
...1 . .. i. i".... .,..- ..1 ..:. .. i
-. ... - 1 - C I
in the iioeket-
.. 11. . .111- ,v..Li.i. ,..&.. .111 .iiri Til. iru.it.ij 1
L'pou the face of the watch :- ihf.
small dial of manometer, winch con
stantly indicates tiie ten-ion to which
the spring is wound, and bv a glan-e
t, wl..irt.P of ;iie vvat h inav Ml for
JlQW m.iuv hotiri lhe watch 1- wound
Ti.e running capacity of the "Marche
.. ... .
jiari.i,Ct" wnen lullv wound. 1- -ixl.
hottKm : indicated bv the mauom--
Jor whvn 5. j,ami ,)t,in to t,. nt,nib-r
. 1 .. 1 i M-i .
at the top of the dial. The amouat of
e.xerci-c re. u red to wind it full u- rep-
re.-entetl bv :x mdes' walking The !
advantage urgd in the autonintcw-.n-:
- a -.
iue- mechanize is th absence o; tt.e
hazard in m: sing tniins and -owing
ioe,i, 0f d:.en-"on in the familv bv
late arrival a: d.nner beau-- of 'org.l
fulness or ne-! -ence m the matter t
winding the watch. The ab-eacv of a.-
.?tv for anv contact of human hand i
w.th th .nterlor of the waVh 1- nrgel j
as an additional argumen loreursoi
iiv. and it- shape, wh ch at nr-t -eeau
odd. i- better adapted to r ch and aru
t c decora: on. The "Marcne-Marche"
is entirely a hand-made watch, and ii
consequently a model of erfec-tion ir.
the cbronometric an. the expense ol
which is the chief barrier to its spwiy
introdnction 10 general use. A. 1.
General Kobert Toombs, who ia
now totally blind, is living at hi home
ra Washington Couatv. Ga.. from
whence he is fond of sending out to h
friends occasional religious tracts wh:cr
happen to suit hii fane.
nutted to the lock of the mainspring 1 , 1 1 Fpomlm t tiie pniport on rrrnon-o ii it wa 4iilr half pa; t wbn tranSc
barrel bv the wheel, the circumference J ll,nru ,!""n u 'MM ,,d- no -p- ia. Wh aI.o ,. founi, lhal u. wo k nol Mi JaU ma " '.rarMlawv --Jam.
of which is adapted to the clutch of a "-'' r tuan near so arijflH n, wa upp d l vour grnadm baW-l to 1-r awV
do-that "holds fast all it gets." and n our lrgh.. chew., are abundantly pre-, a i.onw.air!ll Urfd-r. ami ihin oat by i IW. Jmak aV InnrU,. a dla't
the most ordinary walking exert i-e ' PaTVU "''?. e-",,' uor " ,uc" a , hnm! rernov-ng the m-erior ijHuien-i J .j,., jar htta ay -Now. Hara. )u
upon the par: of the wearer serve, to ; no'1 a ltu - wonu. nn a ttmn , T)u ro.(l.r ,,. w j0 tja, t. when thf , or. nntl 4Un'l tb clok -t.-.k-wmm-wind
it up full. The watch when u-ed ' T"0"" api-ar-' jn -iglu or bur.tm ; , f fa at:jun a!0llt lho .. (I a uimi..,T.- , A44..,. Tr.r
. - - - :ioi .ii iii-n w m k kTiiiii 11 aii ia. 1101 , k a a
but never after is a key lequ.red if the . , '"" 'r of iirVren" o'n - ' ymU ot,",n " U .,r . "u .""I ! ".kt. A. u. .Mr, (rtabmir
watch i-worn regt.larl.bv any one ol , J STfcno -- V' r-rK,ml. the htj
the most moderate hab ts of peregr ;.na. J ? t. nsRX L v ccrtfn i7 I u" ' l' ,,aM jrrAn' V'", " 1. -Wr-d. "Ami b.m di roa ka ft
lion. The s.juare ca.-c 1- .s-ntiai tc ! fr :- ., . . , . :t . !" '1 , Sent to tain oot. but for fair fc: it f, , rood'" WIL 1 o-fc air..
J'om'-thir.-Ai.out t,.ir ctin .mni
from ISalltxtp Iiiv-:icti-.
Tlie form of theiuud-:na- a w ee ' Hiey t uy their egei.I -it
from the gr-uao no; well shown; ! ?"" or lu . w5l"V lh '
bat as descnbi"! or tc the . rnaut.
from h baJi -n
n .sgo :mvio uunr or
igo. it has som-whal thf
forty years ago
shape of a grn: hoor gifts . lh d.irl;-
i-hailowed clouds catenas: 5t r- thr
. .t i i
form at the ba-e. and pr-ti
, . , , '
tlmn,h h central cuii-tn:
p'.v l,c white,
it tiia.. th i? i tn:l.
in" out at tiip t.t wilh the mtnenrancu
nf .-. vn-t -.-i of
f' v,... ..f -nnu- l-kdir,' ..!...,
" .. . ; ' " .. 1. " . " T :" vTI
iii-iiviii" uiil: .iituiiiui iiiuunu. ii-
,.. ri...k,; i..-. ., , J.
..- . ..4.k..... ...... " " .-
ma-.- to another, or bLtze out in thu
L-lomti hf'wrn the cloud- anI erlh
or eveu tla-h frm the cloiaU into th
k; but I e orgin of
" ... ,.-.. -.-. --- - - ,
tiiese violent elect r.cal man.tetatitti.- i-
origin of atmo-pherie
el-.-tr.citv i- :t fjiie-t.on on whiHi phy-
tf,cia. Hre lot u-t ii"r .'.1 When' a
liirhtnin"-:!a-li i- viewed at n.-h:
throu--h"i uarr-iw radial -lit in a rai-
idly-revolving dr-k.it i- tosmd to con-i-t
of .ver.tl ihselisiri'e- M'nursiii! lv m-
tenal- too -horttobe not.ced tv tne a .M ; uuira oxen hi; -ou. aatuBoiu-a ,. Wu, Vnrk umnmiu. WOUnim iL
unaided eye. but di-eoverable in' this j w,tn "'" vrnp.Bojr (Wr. ! uKUm Va.JwagtHi Imae. Un- Ume-
eper meni b the fact that the -lit j It u-el to Ihi though i that oah aal j,iak,, 'l"hom.i Duaa Kairlik. Jnm i-
i-, commonly -eeu in -eend tLfl'er- a suitable tor garden pitrpu-- For ' ;,imor nad Ceorjff It (inikaai OU
ent att. tude- when ilium u-tled by j ? e.nriWorc.gsnr mtturf oi al ctyi Hrraltl
" f- i -
an appareniiv single. m-i.imane- , """- w imuq-so n,snrn
ous lla-h. The atparatus ma le J t'a. ar.' good h-a well ilra:n-l. and
easily con-iructe I and u-cl by anv high ! hy -otiie pr.wi.enl j;anlewer- an- re
-chool boy or girl, and the f-u-t that it ! tcritnl for Uie bulk of their later p.a:.l
discovcrs i- a remarkable one in the ) big.-. A. 1. HtraUl
phy-io of thunder--tor:n- that need-, j Tne U-t way to kill Canada thiI
more explanation than it ha- vet re J i to -mother them. TImI i- al To
ceived. 1'hotoirr inhiii ' liirhtuin'- i low them t. oiv. Plow them nn
n, i t
nv.jR., at night l, anoth.-r interest ng
rlieuiiieii nun in i oe u ,eu to iiu ;iu-
I ..!..l.. . ..1. I . ..
i i:iiM- in iiii'-t- iiioiiriii o:i oi :iin:ii-iii
rV,oroTJt hv and ni-tnntiiieou- n ate
.,,,.. v.. r Jit..-...ini i..-c ,..vi. lu...n
t:lK,., houin' a comj-.-it. ila-h to
...,, ,Ut ..f --..v..r-i -....on:.- H..- of h.'hi
.,,. on.. !,. irr..,r!.,r for
., ,rl"jiel to one another; ti
'ons that have been made a- to the '
'iirehau -in of the storm. Suppo-mg
Mm bold enough to begin hi-a-eent tin
j,.r tjK. renter of the -t rm, it i- proba
f.rt. wnieh would retard hii upward
tli;r,t: hs (.,ir,.,.t, chllod bv the rain,
, nio-t bk.dv .ihe on'in of the cool gust
-,f umil th:it nree.de- anil
,,j, heal v ra.nf.ill
il the .-.to nu
enter. .Mounting well into the
.'Joild-, iunl.er a-i ent would thept
X' aided by the upward current, to
which the format on of the cloud ami
dorm is thought to be due. Only the
arger drop- oi rain can fall through
-11--I1 an a-i ending cm rent; the liner
.vater art.ch-s may be earned higher
mt il tuey are troen into minute Jia I-
mo-t of which melt before re.w'i-
..,...-., ,.i ... ,.... .-. n ... ...... ,.i.. !
ll-IIir- IIWIIIIII-I-V 111! I 1.111 kl I Mill mi- I
jttj. ".! :if: but i"t il happen- that '
.1. '... -i 1.1.. . ... 1 '
ine "lov.ioa foii-iiicraiiie -ie uy ;n-.
,'f.M,. I. f II..I' MI'll ..ll til .f ..IKhltfMl til
r."iili 11. onto. .It... I (l..'iTiir l.i.rli..! fiil
j:heva;or that is coudenvd at the-o '
greater bititude--. where the tempera- I
' ture even iu mid-uniiner i- blov fr.--z-
.... .. ... x. , .... .-...., .
1 tig. form- Miow iiake-. and of the-eliiu ,
ho bug .-Ullllllil Ilia-e of the -to! Ill .ire 1
.i;pp,i to I'mhi-t. The height to
"hieh the-e Mtperb clouds ascend .s ;
""l uo11 det.-rinin-d. but it
is vi-rv I
l,ro,,:i"'y ov-r live miles, ami maj u
. v r ten: a little observation will settle
..). ,,,,,.,., ... ,.,i... lir.,i ...,i ,..,.
; "ll ,ltl'r- u,r lo Liko a pii t . .il i a-.
r 1 10111 oir . to wm 11 101 . . .u .jaT !
' --i',, j,..--,-- v uii.i o
Allington. Medford and Maiden, as
ti calculate the height. But it 11111
t.ie tune when ihe ran In-gin-. the din- - (
lion of the w.nd and -o on. wm. h c in
ie oJ.-erve' by any nite'l.gent p.-r-on. '
m s n iu.ii iLi lir-iticn.'- ;ir." '.viii oil :il .llll.T.-ni ...,t .....i i. ...,.. ... ... l
..... -..-..-... .-.--.-.....-- .- -..-..--.... , iiiii iv iiiii riiiiiivii ii Jiti'i a.11 ii n fr as i a . . . . . ., .! .a. . a. .
. . . . ' . ; mi'- uir iv oil
t.i t .i -1 1 ... ' ti irfifr it! ltii friiif I rtiiifa avti.rtll
pv.-n without meteorological it.-'ru- ; MUI(. alMWlnt t InJjt ,f Mt uatbin-Hint-;
the iiiidertakmg :s thus brougi.t , nml KO ul,,rolw ., Mi Mna nn
w.thui the rea h of that large cl:t, ..I , othl.r ,orl Ia flavor xnd oual.tv. a w.-!l
our n- population wno are inter- --..'d .
mill w ilhnf enoii"h to civn .onn. n-.i.1 I
-. 7 . ;--
ance .n Mien work, provzuoii 11 ijof-, rioi
it is imiKir'ant tn know the cimditu.n !
r ...t 1 . 1 .i
r ..... .
...U. ..(l.. T. ,. 4. ..lit. ...I
" "n? l ot.h"r lsm-4 -id m gre.t.-t s
,?a than here mentionel will b-.- ol .
va tie. but these -iiiii.le on- are thv
- - -
most es-ential 10 aecou.ph-n t:i-d-
-ind n-Milt volunteer or.-erver nrr tr
I ,' V- ,- V .
be appointed m the N.- Lngland
towns, the earl er. well-re, omm. nded .
in-ti i-iiiir voiiiTi74"r fir..irri'r ir ir
a pucants teing given the preterm f
when a number apply from one piaee
All Right, Thank You.
A g-'ri about fiurt'-en yenrs of ag
wa- jav--ing through tiie Central mat
feet the other day wb-o oae of ta
.,.i t-.,..- Mn'ui t. t, .! -,tr!...l
k.lillla,fl t:i t; - llAa. t a ! a- v-l
. tbins. wb lo V
console you a bit. o your mother I
marrvd aganT' j
" e- in. ' i
" eat and mnrriCsl a man. 1 up-
i as m.
Ah -urn! And it's a :ep-fathryou
have, eh? lAar. dear, bat bcrr I jaKy .
v riat tor. ma am.
-For the vay 0t1T! Le truatetl. eee: ,
chil L" j
"I guA not not thi eve! The first (
thing"! did rith him was to gut ap a $
ro and ' reak one of his fmger with a ,
ciuh. Ma'am et in agin me and I
.... . . - 1
burned np the deed to taeiarm aaa lei
o:tv bog mu lhe later-neio. ,
' And von don't have tn put
C-hlt. ma'am. I'm all right,
jp with anv
"ot a wi
thauk vou. It the step-father you
ant to wrep o cr as soon a. h can
imp so town' Vtlml Free tras.
1 m iiiii aiit auiriii i- 1 ji fin r-i rruHr ?.... . - w - . - T -,.
HOME, FARM AND
i nit u-w Mirar Wc
tn t arm.
fc "HMt .' ' .-
A ...K t . . ... A,,,-wr
Un .;th v !el V,,, Un th-T
, nre aackiJ bv cb.ler. and : a fvr
d.i- thy bocoiM 4rk act! fat.
! - In too ru!::flioa oi vrrlaMe
' gardca- by th Mrm fararr It w:J
u i;h our oj -um ji.opaatic fcrti!iar.
i . j. j ..
. ." .
- i-w.wr m.r;- WW..W.J
:'""'"."' "- "J irW,,--fc
i ........... v .w. ..... t. ....k. ..-
uamatrii graa tor tneir lowia. 'n
L.,iir-.'. w .hn ; r..j iK2. .. ,,?,.
' v. . i . t
. ,.!lw vrw Farmer
mi n- ivrtt.KJtxi9 ritnEin.
.... . .
.... iW.- . j,., o. v, w..
vry deep m nh ! fMl It tUry o
"UVJF UIV ,l , 9t.O llHU U M W l'l'
diu-e tod i- iarrea-l. ami th brt
mpthtHl for -ertnag tht rnwih I tw
drain the land thoroughly and puJwtrUc
the .-od u !!. hieham.
' BKe.l Apple- Curr ami y
' a,i,'u" I'ut thrm ia a .halliw
' ,hh- "U h- o.vuir with -jfnj
Core wad par ur
with grw-d U ittott run!: addunixr u
i coer the lioUotn of thr 4sh Bak- iu
.. . ..: i .i, , . . .
f -.. , -.j
, early m the pnng aud rep.-nr iho plow-
Mil; us tn-i ll- inev -nM JH'IU-m
-.t... I . I, ' f
, ;iou-.tr 'rnimi iioi niitiiv nv a .tni.i
r- ' "r - -
-hoot to M.i-r A
, .r....rK.. ,-.itw...i i-,,,.
Mewed Ijtmb- TaJto the naek r j IKkj,j bv ., smaller majria-a tW a-brea-i.
i-ui into smnll premm and i-ut ia j imil is' c10 u tboiwal hotUm hjr tau
a tep.tii w.tu Mtn thr.ly -herd aalt Imu,..r moathlv miblu niona lb th At
tage- wh.ch larnirn have ia m.rk. t
Tardea a. 1 1 bine t-heaprr aa.l. J aleir ,jer-i..ul. tbia iuiH vt
win htheyesn ninu.no ia large prt j, i.,.,.,1,,.. , Aiarnraa Vonagla.lv
from their own -table and ardx IW , ft, u iurrifn i,, ,'h tf ""Jiba win
veeond 1-thnt tf ner enough lo e tv or , nlr .,,... Utit ,w iw -rw-v.bage-.hev
can sell dim Uy to ,..,,. .,,;" to. t..hl awU rva-i .aiwaaal srf
suiuer-ami thu-ge I.. t.N-r pra.Htl.au! ,-ft,,,,, whi h thl. ftw t .
can the comi.iervtn! gnrdeth-r. w .o .. ,Jin (tr krf fUrt, Bu,,.aft,lf ,,1 ,1
olbge.l largely to .ell hi- piodo..- to , . n , m tIMt of thl, 4vtW9m
middlemen at a very amnl! marg.a oi f-w, , a, xh Mlto, tf( Aiarrk-a. .tv
pro t. I.unil Atu JorA.r. ( j.pp,,,,! t m M.ia.-tim-. ot ouwraa I,
Farmer-' 1-Vu.t uke. Xk thr.ap i gn.d. At Iat h. aakl aiatarr l
cup- oi dried uppV- overnight ia warm ; I did im; thiak aho nrtild writ a ba.
w.ter. chop -bghtly in t:n morning j ntv! I u.1.1 lu-r !. m th nmm i
and then -utiiner two h nr. or n.of, , toiaat irrl I i ver itwt' lot I uoh ran
ill two clip- of ino!.n.e- until lh- an
pie- ie-citlbie c.troii Makr a i ak oi
two I'Xi:. mil' cup 'tignr. onerito awert
it. ilk. three-fourth-cup butter. rw and
oiie-h.ilf tea-pooii- ftoda. tiowr U iuak
a rather thick batter, ,-p in ph'tity.
the tipt'I-. and bike ui n iiutrk
oV,," lms "'" nt'.
l he lhtt$&-
THINNING OUT FHUIT.
A I'rorr Tllllt .Mll.t Itr- Itr..rt.'.l to II
ll.l I'r.xllli'l IIr - t ..lirlf.r. .
Tin- operation in of e pi J importance
with pruning or attent.oti U the oil;
v-t how fi-vv are avtute tl it. aud b-w.-i
sMll dlspti-e I to pii'ft.ci it! Il U
t them to - the fruit cut doun, ami
j tin tank .euH out of profMirtaoi to th
,.n t to j. derived ir.m it. if twin d
i lh(,n- u any rMt; ,,.,, Xtirr miM.j,
tree ura idlowd U
i.tllv with ri inrli
tie, or evett
fourth i-5 remov.nl. leaving the rt-ma-n
irjl, fnut ,Nll.tiiv di-trdmted thtoiub
,j lr,.(. -,,. r,:,lU Wj u aUmt :j.
, ,iu, whjch wljl u. Urf.0 or ,w
t tlio & large a i: ien uniii:nue. cor- .
ni';i 1 1
ti? .oinad growing
should be don ear'v
A i well known.
th-ro ia a f"ftt
difference in tin- t-.-vnng tal t) 4
tre.-: and we iind thi Unlnri -that
the -by b-nrer havr u-oally la.-C XruiU
. . t. 1 , s.i
d the proliar iinaii. 11 t iwr "
for t,r ja:l.r u, yro-.r tbotr uume
mn, ;,, larjfM t, (ru.t ol
It r iHrw ale
?p-imn- J larjr- - inn. t
Jormer I'ul if taaaol ooi a 10 ;
f-wal the other ia l:tnbutoa. vbr j
will be morh ! djfl'faro .a the t ,
of thf fmi
1,.- .w j i. .i..? fn. rr,v .'
in,,.: -j b- earn.! u. rt. - .
-...nt of mau-.nai.T raaanar ia
rbaraci'rr of la- frwi. rak;a vt pow i
var.etr a eoiapara.Uely g"vu osnt. aot j
-T l??.tX?' !T5 .??
l9ctm bot obi BrgltrJ . bicb tt ,
i- sot gaaera.'iT 4io io r;rv.iaiok
aai sh-.i a arv bra- of itl. wtib lluo
iratt lmperrl far ttmM taat A?
fmu htprord far fc'yol - aat Uie f
fonorr n.uaUr "cawi w-atnv at aikanlL
Su hblr arolflc tr b. alfcciu ,
So hirbr mroiac triw fc wRowit .
r,"r lo 2rw ih- Jnm lane. Jb . ;
tnttml t umplj Voo reU ad lb Uxt
i i- aortlal lo Ue. trte. . oa- . aaaiair I
ul toe txcw eaort l grv' aat Biatart-
i:, e-t TT- l di d or fad- Asl
tbb coac-aation apoo tbe -ri i ki ;
the eipcov of ib nrmaiadcr oi the
fruiu ffcct.ng t ir aai -jtsalUT Th-
rfv wdl r-nia.n tench th ame- If ,
th d-maod here ,1 lreaej. wmch it !
i)il Ur by the reaction ot Uc auratcr j
ctrfe or pcjaica of fnut. thf h6- '
jtraci f0rc of the tree vd c cm-
I plotrd. anions other imag. ra growing j
j tbe"tlch and improving Vic flavor aod j
qua. :y cf t .t frai Ie .ng the trco si l
isc same i-ffif xa a bcaithy coodit:o-
. G., iu Country Gcallcvutx.
nmcbi tar mt 4 rr 0iMt mpi.
iUaJK-ba K. lnw, 9-nmfvCmr a
;h Trraarr. ialra4 to we h m tmtmta
zi hw oU bom in M.tfpL
Ttfr4an Ttok Uw tuI.-1IL ht nsXy
cgbt"J yaar ol-L aal U Mlar a !
xr rvaacrt ottfoMai at d6,V u
I'Wwinnal cinulatmo i jwrlo
m putl.hMl la la4a to 1.017.
iJM ip. ia I'arv l.l.iaO0
covm". in York aad !lnAiiiK
I ilX"i Hut ?v' v rk aad Itrooa-
l mtttl. Oo ..
rwUiir-K . -mt rvr- . much ftf Mt9-
lr a Ua.foa d
0h at Kag'nad or Vts
i f Krmitk.
I m "
' ay urrtnL
AttW Kotn Uray W wywr ay
Ll-r Anw l-l. da4rlr uf IB
Itfth hnsl oi llalcarr. ar vt kcttw
. voTrtl,brr js. i;; aod at Sft mtw
lWBlrwomi p,!ttc. Ul laarf
ka Sr Wnltrr av 'is wtf Mi
all tlio luiMfrM (orka m PhUa
' t .1. J - a. - - -
wave aati loffruwr irHn uw -
TheocnUM d.mawani " Ciif Amr
utiL TK-xt sprrinl jal;thv. r otitinl
to lhf -w-m d mania- fc nhoan
hy th inti lh hr nimh of Uj
ni-ii who f.nilil to mt th rjiri
tnrnt- include-, fhailt F. HofiWaa.
Mr. Irr. Wl u'.ty--xn
rnr. t ttl! InintT nt I'Jwwrs, N. Y.
Wltra sh and teubl i thai vinatty?
ta t-cmatT rmtlawl cmlf H fanmirew
and aaiiualt iwdr,oi' to thai part (
the rn:I NnJr. wire faad tnrr lit
roiiath anttibrr-. Mrv lrr tv
rrmarkabh nomso fr hr p. Ilt5'
j ,r. frvW Um,v n llilral ftfcHj rahd,
U-r ..t,., t.. n voia!rftel ilpcnH
Anirriraa tnnsraala 1T iOT
j calr- nf praf fr -hort uri Tav
uni .- lil or !' lor a romobrhr Mtrv.
j .. !-P, iati;la.ui. th ililinraAaWd
,.,, ,.!,.-.. -l Utorarv aaaaw
j to ar m in urh a wny tJaatt abu
1 (MniUln't mtad it "
I- lanrr.agu di-ellaiair aaM ajii
echnage No. it h jr?urai?r au
iajf. HttrlittijUm t'rr V.
A lTc4it aior in irroiaMnar la baMi
of a UUr -rhoi.I iprl "Viuai'r!," abo
iHrtl. "i idarai "Wb -
j aoa i: tnke two uaiik uot " X K
j --Ma." aanl lltth Tatatajr. Hl tthe.
l iajttux own thr raJlrMa "N. aay
; oa." -W-ll. tbr m cu4 aoaaHJaia
j lo do W.lb Ihrnt e .a on aava b hoajrbl
nifl icuei 01 m acijMr 1 twrr-tum.
A wihl Tetaa r rrtf hl a $
York man aj;aint a tuqim wail tbo
other day. I h- mm aaid brtwtani
gaij thai bo ar tiairr3iaj iba
workiugot a Kidlo k prM hmtur. X,
Hnaband I oklagU) "0 I'aa tb
iuniaat ol ike tml Wua Yav
aiol the ) li otn. and Lbu aa4 tbo
Small fY ir'm " pa.nr-
"And the apaaer. V4. ainaasa.
Mowv ao bi o. Krvoirt raat
ft'i laridkrd of a oow rMMrt boal)
U hat ar "Ut prrnuU"a amnt ai'
tdlrnuai (new iJ,aa Bi4l "Oh, tut.
Mr Hot worthy what a coii,Siat i,
to jm a ainj; lad"" Hotwar<y
(). I w.Hibla't it ot yoa, ytHi
know " -lfarrmt lstuji't
(ramluta " Inm. do too thak rJir
h M w nfa
i' .... 9
.,,, t ut' ' lara "W&
t U Urm;; m boi a anurk?;r"l a v.k
airo. aad Jht hroatrbt rt htmw taxiny.
So- a aaaa ait aa a jrttr ipM
wfnK u, rtfMamlK,r Hufl taiaBVo
thtU ,' h . . .. ,.,.
- A acwminr wrlwr n UkU to eHf.
rojr bow no iawt !-. "tatav
ar. a Thp or a uorna-J." H aar
aa-iia wll. bat w4 bs,fl cmh ik
a w, or a biijat. 'I"a j-rraea w.
""-' W"P r aoraxn m aji.
. . . - . r" -
wnsa'oi; immti vukw a?
lar i" itb Ua iavc xtm. rttvr im
aa laaini ittni ekxr.o t -.to4.-s.Ur tba law
niaat earrjiax rtsucrnm&ml vn
To Ht fc
or a Cent.
Two of '.fee larga& si:.? fas t
Yea. bT k'va bsruatr mat "
. L . 'I!'
jlt haw Tfc
' -j-. . mi- jBo
prkst tmAdr lauatJlMi a:i atf ibu
bows? rt rilbag baii ai - carat a
w" wmt ba4 ruavi !.- - a.
. . .. " - .w w.-
i luc a rt-. TWj lka ,& uV irtn
foor iJ'j". a bMf&. ' Is a ntJfi that
fco ajric ctator eoald puraba. aaom
tbaa a 4aglu r:at' worth of bat, batt
vmo barp op-iri, j oato tbi
rc.rt and ot lhjr iMirs couita
ad &mu a to imr while ta. jtxatktri.
""a ctovra. Aa a result tht-v hud In
OOiif a tock. which ther art now w4H-
tr. otarr girl a: x haadomo protH to
W couxvr tla for a ewet bat
broke ap the competition a short order.
acd taat a.unag prtt did not rezaaia
loaz ya tojju. .V. T. UtroJUL
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